‘Prophetic’ Image Captured Over Trump’s Shoulder During Meeting With Polish President
While visiting Europe, U.S. President Donald Trump held a private meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda. However, viewers were far more intrigued when they noticed what some might call a “prophetic” image just above Trump’s right shoulder.
It’s no secret that since Trump’s election, Muslims and their useful liberal dhimmis have striven tirelessly to thwart his every move. Understandably, Muslims vehemently oppose the American President because of his unwillingness to appease their religious demands and blunt criticism of their religion’s dangerous fundamentals. Of course, Trump isn’t the first world leader to combat the Islamization of his nation. However, according to what viewers just spotted symbolically positioned just above him, he may very well be a more significant weapon against Islamization than we anticipated.
During Trump’s trip to Poland, which harbors widespread adoration for the U.S. President, he was seated before a portrait that holds incredible significance when it comes to Islam and the West. Breitbart reports that, either by phenomenal coincidence or by the Polish President’s own doing, Trump was seated directly under a painting of King Jan (John) III Sobieski, who is accredited with driving out Islam from Central Europe.
Known as “The Hammer of the Turks,” King Jan is especially famous for leading an army to retake Vienna from the Ottoman Turkish Empire’s forces which exacted cruel Sharia law on their captives. Although the Muslim invaders vastly outnumbered King Jan’s troops, he managed to complete one of the greatest cavalry charges in the history of warfare, subsequently defeating the Ottoman occupancy.
Rafe Heydel-Mankoo, an Anglo-Polish expert on royalty and European history, immediately spotted the uncanny similarities and told Breitbart London that Trump’s position next to King Jan was more symbolic than some might think.
“Having routed the Ottomans and saved Christendom, King Jan III Sobieski took the captured green standard of the Prophet and sent it to the Pope, along with the words ‘Veni, Vidi, Deus Vicit’ (I came, I saw, God conquered). I suspect the president would be more likely to declare: ‘Trump came, Trump saw, Trump Conquered.’”
Although Heydel-Mankoo did agree that the seating position may be too perfect to be serendipity, he still slammed Trump, suggesting that the American leader can’t expect to cooperate with NATO and Turkey while still opposing Muslim migration.
“If President Trump now believes in NATO and seeks Turkey’s cooperation in the region, he might want to downplay association with a king nicknamed ‘The Hammer of the Turks.’”
King Jan is attributed with saving Central Europe in 1683 from the expanding Ottoman Empire, which resulted in the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of non-Muslim civilians. He is not only renowned for combatting what could’ve resulted in much of the world’s Islamic conquest but also for restoring religious freedom.
Because of King Jan’s proactive response, Poland has continued his legacy of resisting Islamic invasion and subjugation to this day. In fact, Poland has been harassed by the EU to take in their “fair share” of Muslim migrants. Instead of caving to the EU demands, Poland refused to open its border to the influx of Islamic invaders once again.
A recent survey found that 57 percent of Poles would rather forego EU development funds than be flooded with asylum seekers. Despite being the seventh-poorest in the Eastern bloc and the largest beneficiary of EU financial support, Poland’s citizens have opted to forfeit the aid in order to preserve their culture, heritage, and freedom from migrants who refuse to assimilate.
“It is utterly wrong to say Poland is anti-European,” Polish columnist Konrad Kołodziejski writes. “The liberal elite is possessed with the Bolshevik mission of building a new society, and to do so they are lighting the fuse to set fire to, and destroy European civilisation. We do not want to take part in this suicide.”
Whether Duda sees the commonalities between Trump and the historical infidel king or this was simply an eerie coincidence, Trump has perhaps resisted Islam more than any U.S. president since Thomas Jefferson. Hopefully, he continues to stand firm against the political jihad taking place in our country.
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