For decades I have been warning in both print and audio messages that the prophecy in Ezekiel 38-39 reveals that in our biblical “latter day” period of time an anti-Western alliance of Russia, China, Iran and other nations would form and would eventually attack the USA and the entire Western world and their allies. I think I first wrote about this prophetic inevitability in 1987 while I was attending a church which had an entirely different view of prophecy. At that time, they did not appreciate my viewpoints or message. Indeed, church leaders “invited” me to leave the church. I did leave that church and continued to warn anyone who would listen in that pre-internet time.

When the Soviet Union collapsed into many different nations in 1990 and the Berlin Wall came down, I received comments from some that those events “proved” that Ezekiel 38-39 would never be fulfilled in the latter days and that Russia, China and Iran would never be allies. Knowing that Ezekiel 38:8 and 16 very clearly foretold that Russia, China and Iran would, indeed, be allies in an anti-American, anti-Western latter-day alliance, I continued to write and speak what the prophecy said. That the Soviet Union collapsed only proved that there would be more time until the prophesied events were fulfilled. The scriptures hadn’t changed so I knew that Ezekiel 38-39 would inevitably be fulfilled. Some contrary voices also asserted that Revelation 20:7-10 paralleled Ezekiel 38-39 and that the Ezekiel prophecy would be fulfilled at the end of the thousand-year millennium. That assertion is very easily disproven.

The “latter days” is a period of prophetic time which will occur at the end of our current age before the millennium begins. Genesis 49:1, Numbers 24:14, and Daniel 10:14 are just a few of the many biblical prophecies referring to this critical time just prior to the coming of the Messiah/the return of Jesus Christ. In today’s world, the alliances prophesied by Ezekiel 38-39 have now been firmly established.  There is now no question that Ezekiel 38-39 will be fulfilled in our “latter day” period of time, just as Ezekiel 38:8 and 16 promised. This time period is also referred to as “the time of the end” in a prophecy beginning in Daniel 11:40. The prophecy in Revelation 20:7-10 clearly states that it addresses events that will occur after the millennium ends, so the events prophesied in Ezekiel 38-39 will occur at least 1,000 years prior to the events of Revelation 20:7-10. There is another key difference that should be cited if there are readers who have been told the Ezekiel and Revelation prophecies address the same period of time. The Ezekiel 38-39 attack just prior to the millennium will be fulfilled when the Gog-Magog alliance attacks the nations of “the house of Israel” (the latter-day nations of the ten tribes of Israel) who are unrighteous and do not really know God at all (Ezekiel 39:7). The attack of Gog-Magog after the end of the millennium will be directed against a single city of the righteous saints. The Ezekiel 38-39 and Revelation 20 attacks are clearly separated by 1,000 years and are directed against entirely different targets.

Let’s look at how modern events have drawn Russia, China and Iran together in a strong anti-American, anti-Western alliance. The NATO nations banded together to supply Ukraine with weaponry to fight off a Russian invasion. NATO nations also organized total or partial boycotts of Russian oil exports and many other types of commercial and financial transactions. This drove Russia and China very closely together in an anti-Western alliance. Iran also very openly joined this anti-Western alliance by sending Russia many “kamikaze drones” and other types of weaponry to use against Ukraine. The first link shows the leaders of Russia, China and Iran in a warm, three-way embrace representing the close alliance of their three nations against the USA, NATO and the West. The second link and third link also offer other perspectives on the unified Russian-Chinese alliance, cemented by a recent personal meeting between Russia’s Putin and China’s Xi. The two leaders deepened an already close relationship into one that is called a “no limits friendship” or “no limits partnership.” In other words, this is now a “no limits alliance” which united the nations militarily, economically, commercially, etc. Make no mistake about it. They are cooperating to tear down the West’s nations and China is not at all coy about asserting it intends to replace the USA as the global superpower and that it is preparing to militarily defeat the USA in the foreseeable future. The fourth link is on the subject of Russian-Chinese cooperation in the Asian/Pacific region. The fifth link is interesting as China belittled the independence of various nations which were formed when the Soviet Union broke up. This could be meant as a threat vs. the Baltic nations, but they are in NATO now so their independence is firm. However, the “-stan” nations of Central Asia are deeply inside the Sino-Russian sphere of dominance and they may again become subordinate vassals to Russia and China.

Some nations in Asia are taking steps to push back against the Russian-Chinese alliance. Taiwan recently began using a powerful commercial weapon to its advantage. The sixth link describes how Taiwan made it clear to Italy that if Italy wants to import Taiwan’s super-chips, it needs to adopt more Taiwan-friendly policies. Taiwan is known for producing the most advanced tech chips in the world. If they link access to their super-chips to nations’ adopting pro-Taiwan policies, Taiwan will make headway in its efforts to remain independent of China. While Taiwan uses this bargaining stance with other nations (whether openly or privately), South Korea is considering building “arsenal ships” which will hold ballistic missiles aimed at its enemies (seventh link). South Korea must be considering that putting powerful missiles on a mobile, maritime platform is safer that basing them on land where they are fixed targets more easily hit by an attacker. However, China has a large submarine fleet and they can attack ships but not land targets with torpedoes. It is likely better to have a mix of sea-based and land-based missiles.

There is no doubt that we are living in the biblically-prophesied “latter days,” and much evidence to support that assertion is found in my article, Are We Living in the Latter Days? All the events, alliances and outcomes prophesied in Ezekiel 38-39 regarding how a new World War III will start and end can be found in my extensive research report, What Ezekiel 38-39 Reveal about a Future World War III. The destinies of many nations are revealed in this biblical prophecy, and they are thoroughly examined in this research report. I urge you to read them both before these Divinely-prophesied events begin to unfold in front of our very eyes.