Sunday is going to be a historic day for the entire world to behold but this day won’t be a day of celebration, it will be a day of mourning.
It will be the day when the last vestiges of the near century-old Turkish secular republic, that was created in the aftermath of the failed Ottoman Empire who suffered a mortal wound, breathes it’s last breath.
This is the day we’ve been telling you about for a long time, a day shrouded in the lies of the false claim of a ‘presidential system’.
This is the day for which Erdogan has been clamouring for years, the day when he finally puts his own fate to a vote to become the almighty Sultan and Caliph of the New Turkey.
This is a day that will live in infamy, for as we Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday, Erdogan and his people will begin celebrating the resurrection of the Ottoman Empire, the second beast of Revelation 13 – which stands against the Cross.
The Crescent vs the Cross
Just to give you a little context of the rhetoric Erdogan has been spewing in the last few weeks in the lead up to this day:
Erdogan called the EU an ‘alliance of crusaders’ recently just because some EU leaders went to visit the Pope at the Vatican last month.
He also proclaimed that the EU had started a ‘clash between the crescent and the cross’ all because a court ruled that two women could be fired for failing to remove their hijabs.
Make no mistake, Erdogan sees this day as crucial in this ‘clash between the crescent and the cross,’ even telling his own people if they vote ‘no’ against him on Sunday they put at risk their very afterlife. His own cleric wrote yesterday that voting ‘yes’ is their Islamic duty.
Will Erdogan Win?
Of course all of this hinges on Erdogan winning the ‘yes’ vote:
REUTERS – A narrow majority of Turks will vote “Yes” in Sunday’s referendum on changing the constitution to grant President Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers, two opinion polls showed on Thursday.
Polling company Konda said the number of “yes” voters stood at 51.5 percent, but said its survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.4 percent.
“When this forecast is considered within the survey’s margin of error, a final judgement might be misleading,” Konda said in a statement.
Its survey, carried out face-to-face with 3,462 people in 30 provinces on April 7-9, showed turnout for the vote would be around 90 percent. It said the level of undecided voters had fallen to 9 percent from more than 20 percent in January and there was no evidence to indicate their preference..
The survey by pollster Gezici put support for the constitutional change at 51.3 percent, with “no” votes at 48.7 percent after the distribution of undecided voters.
The poll was carried out face-to-face with some 1,400 people in 10 provinces on April 8-9. In its previous survey a week earlier it put the “yes” vote at 53.3 percent.
Gezici said many people did not want to express their views during the poll’s fieldwork. It put the level of undecided voters at 9.9 percent.
Certainly Erdogan wouldn’t put his own fate to a vote if he didn’t believe he could win, as these polls suggest. As many of us believe, this day is likely the very reason for the ‘fake coup’ attempt last July 15th and the subsequent purges of thousands of so-called Fethullah coup plotters, to vanquish anyone that might oppose him and to bring the country around him in loyalty so that the people will give him this new power that he so desires.
Here comes the Caliph
What’s at stake in Turkey is more than just the rewriting of the Constitution to implement this so-called ‘new presidential system’. The rewriting of the constitution will give Erdogan sweeping new powers – including the ability to completely dissolve the parliament if his AKP loses their majority for some reason.
And he will use these powers to establish his new Ottoman Empire in 2023 of which he will be Caliph, a century after the former Ottoman Empire was dashed to pieces.
If for some reason Erdogan doesn’t win on Sunday don’t be fooled into thinking it’s over, that this beast will just fall back into the sea. Just look to recent history in 2015, when Erdogan used the economy and the war with the Kurds to rally his people around the AKP to a big win in November, after they had lost many seats in June. Erdogan will just do the same again.
Also if you’re confused on the Bible Prophecy elements I’ve peppered into this article, read my Bible Prophecy Primer and it will catch you up.