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South America's own "EU" is about to go online

UNASUR, the Union of South American Nations, which has been in limbo since 2008, is now about to go online. UNASUR's constitution, which was signed in 2008 by all 12 nations of South America, stipulates that 9 of the 12 signatory nations must ratify the constitution via the legislatures before the constitution can go into effect.

As of today the number of ratified countries stands at 8.

The EU is online, the AU is online, and UNASUR should go online by the end of the year. Throw in the United States, Russia, China, and India and there are already 7 unions. ASEAN will soon form a union in Southeast Asia and the Middle East is on its way to a "Gulf Union". These two, plus a union in Oceania, will form 10--likely the 10 horns of Daniel/Revelation, which will be part of the final kingdom of man that will "devour the whole earth".



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