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MAY 3, 2016, 5:50 AM   

Putin continues to show that he intends to rule for lifeRussian President Vladimir Putin has just carried out a major reshuffling of the country’s law enforcement in attempts to take an even stronger grasp of the country, the Financial Times reports.

In a sudden reshuffle, Putin has dismissed eight senior law enforcement officials while promoting 12 others who are viewed as Putin loyalists.

The reshuffle was first announced on the presidential website on Saturday as an official decree.

Among those promoted in the reshuffle, the FT notes, are Alexei Kudrin, who has been a longtime Putin confidant, as well as Igor Krasnov, an investigator into the death of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.

The sudden law enforcement reshuffle comes less than a month after Putin similarly made a surprise announcement of the creation of a National Guard. That decision effectively created a new military force within Russia that would report directly to the government. The National Guard will function, according to NYU Global Affairs professor Mark Galeotti, as a sort of maximally loyalist Praetorian guard.

The new National Guard will act as both a force to provide security for Putin and his loyalists, as well as serving as a new power lever that would allow Putin to intimidate and keep other Russian elites in line.

And the sudden moves to both create a new National Guard as well as reshuffling Russian law enforcement could demonstrate a move by Putin to secure his own power in Russia as much as possible as Moscow continues to grapple with such systemic issues facing the country as a crashing economy, low oil prices, and military entanglements as far afield as Ukraine and Syria.

Still, Putin’s attempts to take ever greater control of the country may end up being too little too late. According to Nikolay Petrov, a visiting fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, Russia is likely to go through periods of extreme turmoil within the following year.

And, there is a good chance that Putin’s regime may not truly be able to make its way through such upheavals without actual concrete reforms — not just reforms that benefit Putin and his inner circle.

According to Bible Prophecy the Leader of Russia at the time of the End is called “Gog” ie. a chief one a strong and authoratarian ruler just like this article highlights.

Putin is very much fitting this description as all news articles today paint him as a leader to be feared, an Authoratarian Leader not to be messed with.  Gog will develop a close relationship with the EU whereby Gog will become a “guard” unto the EU. 

Gog is also spoken of militarily as the “King of the North”.  Together the Bible says that Gog and the EU will invade the Middle East in the Last Days.

Yet again we see in Todays News Headlines words that show how the Nations are fulfilling the latter day alignment of Nations as Prophesied by the Bible. 

See this article below to learn more about this and the latter day prophecies of the Bible. 

Bible Prophecy about the alignment of Nations in the Latter Days

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