Solana wins prize for promoting EU's voicePDFPrintE-mail
Written by Chris Perver  
Saturday, 09 December 2006 17:00
Javier Solana, the High Representative for the European Common, Foreign and Security Policy, has been awarded with the Charlemagne prize. The prestigious award has been given to individuals or organizations for the last 56 years, who make significant advances in promoting European Unity. Solana was awarded the Charlemagne prize for doing more than anyone else in promoting the EU's voice on the world stage. This of course reminds us of the Scripture in Revelation, that the Antichrist will be given a mouth (a voice) speaking great things, and blasphemies against God (Revelation 13:5).

Quote: "Solana has become "a carrier of hope for the deepening of Europe's political dimension, the Euro-Atlantic partnership and the union's claim ... to make a substantial contribution to peace in the world," it said. The Charlemagne award, which is endowed with a symbolic €5,000 (US$6,600), has been presented each year since 1950 to people or institutions credited with advancing European unity. The Holy Roman emperor Charlemagne once ruled a large swath of western Europe from Aachen, close to the Belgian and Dutch borders.

Quote: "The 64-year-old Spaniard was hailed as "one of the hardest-working men" in the service of Europe by Juergen Linden, the prize jury spokesman and mayor of the northwest German city of Aachen, where the prize was announced. Solana was honored for his work in the enlargement of the EU and for his diplomatic activity in the Balkans and the Middle East. He will be presented with the award on May 27.

I find this news particularly incredible, for Charlemagne was one of the most powerful kings in Europe in Medieval times. Many world leaders, including many US Presidents and the British Royal family, claim descendance from king Charlemagne. The British heir to the throne Prince Charles had submitted a request to the European Commission to be crowned king of all Europe based on this ancestry, for he has more connections to Charlemagne and other kings and queens of Europe that any other person today. He was of course turned down. Charlemagne is also believed to be the patron of Freemasonry. Bloodlines are very important in the occult, and some speculate that the reason Charles married Diana was because she was also of this bloodline, and they would produce a good candidate to be the heir to the throne of England. 

In any case, to receive the Charlemagne prize, I believe you would have to be high up in the New World Order, which Javier Solana is - attending Bilderberg meetings and speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations. Former prize-winners include President Bill Clinton - who had ambitions for the UN but now runs his own NWO gathering, Queen Beatrice of the Netherlands - whose father started the Bilderberg conventions, freemason and author of the EU Constitution Giscard d'Estaing, King Juan Carlos 1st of Spain and of course Pope John Paul II - who did more for the ecumenical movement that anyone else.

John 15:19 
If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.

Me? My bloodline comes through the King of Kings, Jesus Christ, and He says my reward is with Him.

Revelation 22:12 
And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.

Source International Herald Tribune, Yahoo, Aachen