Storm over Cyprus: Prelude to Armageddon

 
9781477490532: Storm over Cyprus: Prelude to Armageddon

In 1974, a Greek takeover of Cyprus looked possible. Turkish armed forces responded by invading. Since then, the Mediterranean island has been a house divided. The line that separates Greek from Turk on Cyprus has been Europe's insoluble problem. In this thought-provoking assessment of current events, the author makes the case that another devastating Eurasian war--- World War III---is in mankind's future. A Turkish attack on Greek Cyprus will unleash it. Nostradamus foresaw it. But the public and policy-makers remain unaware. Storm over Cyprus is a new insight into an old prophecy. If you want to know where events are headed, it is must reading. Forewarned is forearmed. After the Arab Spring, Turkey is helping to steer the Islamic world on a course that will bring it into the Western fold. The West approves, because the move looks like it may expand the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But NATO can go only so far. The crisis within the alliance that remains unsolved will destroy it. Then the gates of Armageddon will open.

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Richard Elliott Gonzalez
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012)
ISBN 10: 1477490531 ISBN 13: 9781477490532
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