Chaos was predicted under a Donald Trump presidency, and chaos has been rampant under the Trump presidency. In the face of chaos, it is difficult to discern a clear pattern. This is particularly so in relation to events related to the future of Jerusalem. Because of the difficulty of discerning a clear path to the fulfillment of Dan. 11:45, there may be a temptation to relax vigilance in watching the unfolding events concerning the City. This would be a mistake. We have already seen sudden and dramatic changes in the USA during the past year, clearly suggesting an acceleration of the final events prophesied in Rev. 13. What is about to happen in Palestine, especially in relation to Jerusalem, is difficult to see; but nevertheless requires watchfulness. Donald Trump's commitment to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem promises to provoke unimaginable chaos. It should not be ignored that the Roman Catholic Jesuit Order can be associated with chaos (Cf. Donald Trump: secret Jesuit agent for Commander-in-Chief?.) Of all powers on earth Rome is always well positioned to take advantage of chaos, whether or not generated by her agents, to advance her aims and objectives. A. T. Jones, enlightened by the prophetic Word, perceived this in the time of Leo XIII over a century ago. Now the prospect of unimaginable chaos in Palestine is recklessly disregarded by the US Congress, motivated in large degree by the ideology of the Evangelical Religious Right, a religio-political power created by the USCCB:-

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US Senate passes resolution marking Jerusalem unification

The non-binding Senate measure was introduced by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Marking 50 years since the start of the Six Day War, the US Senate on Monday passed a resolution celebrating Jerusalem as Israel’s “undivided capital” and calling on the Trump administration to move the American Embassy there.

The nonbinding measure was introduced by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the chamber’s top-ranking Democrat, and passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, 90-0.

By passing the resolution, the Senate reaffirmed its support for the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, which compels the State Department to relocate its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the capital.

US President Donald Trump waived that requirement last week, citing national security interests, as every president has done every six months for the past 22 years.

For the time being at least, Donald Trump has chosen caution over recklessness, despite pressure from the US Congress. Will this last? There is no end of Congressional pressure in sight.

Senate prods Trump to move Israeli Embassy to Jerusalem

The Senate overwhelmingly agreed on Monday night to nudge President Donald Trump to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a campaign promise that he punted on last week.

The Senate voted 90-0 on a resolution marking the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem's reunification. The measure includes language that "calls upon the president and all United States officials to abide by" a 1995 law that urged then-President Bill Clinton to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.

Interestingly, the following report suggests a linkage between the status of Jerusalem and settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis which preserves an opening for realization of the papal policy:

Senate unanimously passes bill marking 50 years since Jerusalem reunification

With a vote of 90-0, lawmakers of Capitol Hill’s upper chamber say ‘Jerusalem should remain the undivided capital of Israel’

The US Senate unanimously passed a resolution on Monday that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Co-sponsored by 17 senators, including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D), the text calls on the legislative body to recognize the half a century landmark since Israel captured the eastern part of the city during the 1967 Six Day War.

“Jerusalem should remain the undivided capital of Israel in which the rights of every ethnic and religious group are protected,” the resolution states, adding that “there has been a continuous Jewish presence in Jerusalem for 3 millennia.”

It also says that “Jerusalem is a holy city and the home for people of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian faiths.”

Furthermore, the text advocates a two-state outcome based on direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.

The bill’s passage was “applauded” by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and embraced the liberal advocacy group J Street.

J Street’s Vice President of Government Affairs Dylan Williams tweeted that the resolution affirmed “long-held US policy that Jerusalem’s status is to be decided by the parties in 2-state negotiations.”

With the possibility of unimaginable chaos being averted if Trump continues to sign the six monthly waivers of the 1995 law, the foregoing article seems to contain the suggestion of a blueprint for the fulfillment of Dan. 11:45. The question that arises is whether Rome will achieve her presence in Jerusalem through a peaceful process; or whether the fulfillment of Dan. 11:45 emerges out of chaos.