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The Band of Brothers Continues

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With the Arctic on its northern border, Canada is looking into options to protect “the longest coastline in the world” (The Canadian Press, April 10, 2024). The Canadian defense strategy that originally called for conventionally powered submarines has led to further discussions centering on nuclear-powered submarines. In his comments last month, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was considering the possibility of Canada’s participating in the next phase of AUKUS—the defense initiative begun several years ago by Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States (NewsWire, April 11, 2024), noting that he had already had “excellent conversations” with leaders of the three nations about working with the alliance. AUKUS is currently discussing the expansion of the alliance in Pillar II of the plan, which focuses on “sharing technologies to ensure regional stability.”

Today, few understand that there is more to the relationship between Australia, the UK, the U.S., and Canada than just politics. The Bible and secular history make clear that these nations are descended from two of the ancient twelve tribes of Israel—Ephraim and Manasseh. The genealogical and cultural history of these nations, descended from two literal brothers, helps explain the long history of their tendency to cooperate. Bible prophecy also records a foreboding future for these nations, because of their rejection of the Bible and of God Himself. To learn more about the history and future of the Israelite-descended nations, be sure to read or listen to The United States and Great Britain in Prophecy.