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Donald Trump’s Election and the many Prophecies

It is no longer news that Donald Trump pulled a Leicester City on the world following his victory against Hillary Clinton in the US presidential elections.

Trump’s victory left many observers stunned and most of the media had to swallow their earlier stance as the dream for America’s first female president fizzled away like a dying fire.

What is, however, not surprising is that Trump seems to be the prophesied president of America.

Matt Barber in his article ‘The Great Prophecy of Donald Trump 2016’  made mention of Guillaume Groen van Prinsterer’s  (1801-1876) unlikely prophecy that “Pent-up anger and long-held frustration due to economic stagnation, moral decay, spiritual impotency, and political corruption,” he opined, “invariably pave the way for the rise of crass manipulators. Instead of a mastery of truth, such revolutionary opportunists tap into fear and rage, ignorance and prejudice, staging great public spectacles of narcissism.”

Citing the economic problems of Barack Obama’s regime and the moral impact of legalizing gay marriage in the US, Barber highlighted the possibility of Trump’s presidency, a Republican whose campaign showed high ‘spectacles of narcissism’ and also fed into the ‘fear and rage’ of the American public.

Fast forward to a week before the elections, Trump attended a Sunday morning service at the International Church of Las Vegas in Nevada. There, with Trump on stage and musicians playing softly in the background, church pastors prayed and spoke over Trump.

“The Lord is saying I’m your father and I have prepared you for such a time as this,” said Denise Goulet, an associate pastor, as Charisma reported. “You have been grown and prepared for this kind of battle.”

Back home in Nigeria, before Prophet T. B. Joshua’s prophesy that Clinton will emerge winner, General Overseer of Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministry International, Abuja, Prophet Dr. Emmanuel Omale had said far back in May, “I see confusion all over the world. I see Donald Trump winning the election. We need to pray. He won and there was war everywhere.

“We were being forced to use 666 number. There was war everywhere, we need to pray,” he repeated.

“If we don’t pray, I saw him winning because it is the devil that is bringing him to bring war to the whole world. We shall not see war.

“I saw fire, fire burning. I see blood coming out. We need to pray against fights, burning…”

This is not so far fetched from what followers of the famous medieval French prophet Nostradamus claim. Nostradamus’ followers also warn, ominously, that his victory heralds the end of the world in a catastrophic nuclear holocaust.

Trump’s victory over Clinton is prophesied in Century III, Quatrain 81 of Nostradamus’ prophecies. It is written, “The great shameless, audacious bawler. He will be elected governor of the army: The boldness of his contention. The bridge broken, the city faint from fear.”

Trump here being referred to as the “great shameless, audacious bawler” especially in connection with his infamous “locker room” conversation about women.

And that brings us to the most twisted and funny of them all, the prediction of in cartoon series The Simpsons. In one of its episodes, ‘Bart to the Future’, Bart is shown how Trump destroyed the US economy after his tenure as President.

With all these prophecies and predictions, it is no longer much of a surprise as to how Trump emerged president, but what many fear now is the aftermath of his victory, which many of these prophecies have warned is going to be catastrophic.

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David Masifon is a Associate at Meets Media, a digital journalist who reports on Feature and some other section of our website.

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