Remember that I told you that they will rebuild Babylon to be a major international business municipality, just like the Bible said they will?
This was published February 7, 2017 at a British web site by Ashley Goodall. It is a major promotional to get British businesses to invest in Iraq now that ISIS is being driven out.
The headline says, "This is the time for a new Babylon". The subtitle says, "Now is the time for British businesses to invest in Iraq"
It also says, "Let's not bet against this working out well. The country is at the nexus of world routes, has the largest oil and gas supplies in the world, is positioned between economically resurgent Iran and Turkey, is about to plug into the Chinese Silk road railway, is unlikely to be invaded again, is in the throes of establishing a secure and peaceful country, once Daesh are driven out of Mosul, and has just received $14bn in development loans to rebuild infrastructure and power systems."
That is right, they just found out that Iraq has the largest oil and gas reserves in the world, even larger than Saudi Arabia's, and China is building a new railway from China to Europe through Iraq (probably to buy some of that oil and gas from Iraq) making Iraq one of the most promising nations in the world.
Gee, who would have figured that Iraq/Babylon would soon become the most oil and gas rich nation/city in the world?
And it also says, "But as British we have unique skills that can contribute to the restoration of Iraq. Not only do out two major oil companies (Shell and BP) generate most of Iraq's oil wealth, but our builders, architects and master-planners (including Zaha Hadid Architects, Mott MacDonald, and Perkins+Will) are the toast of the world. And, to support the rule of law, professional services and the hallmarks of civilised society, our lawyers and accountants (e.g. EY, PWC, and Eversheds) are positioned to provide stabilisers and professionalism to the emergent economy. Finally, Let us not forget that Iraq has 30 million moderately wealthy citizens, keen for better consumer retail, technology, education and tourism services the likes of which we are well placed to provide.
Of course there are obstacles, including war-driven economic corruption, ethnic and religious tensions, and a battered infrastructure, but given the right leadership and support, they can be overcome. For British companies operating south of Baghdad, business is relatively safe and predictable, and large projects are starting to emerge. GE has won a $1.4bn contract to build gas fired electricity stations, adding substantial capacity to the grid, while Eversheds are seeing their commercial business grow 25% a year, and Zain Telco are expecting 7% growth in the economy, and building a tech innovation centre to realise tech's potential in the region. To cap it all, despite the wars, the Iraqis like the British and have a strong sense of loyalty to our way of life and value our education."
That is right, major international corporations like Shell, BP, and GE are right now helping build Iraq into a major commercial power. There will be a major international business meeting in Britain, "If you would like to find out more, the Investment Conference for Iraq will be held on April 3rd at Mansion House, with the Iraq Britain Business Council."
Yes, they actually have a business council or organization for Britain and Iraq to work together in economically building Iraq into a major international business center, you know, just like the Bible said they would. If you click on that link, it will take you to their site.
I would love to be a fly on the wall of that meeting this coming April 3, 2017.
They are still excavating the site of Ancient Babylon before construction begins. They plan to rebuild Ancient Babylon and then build New Babylon near or around it. I have seen several architectural drawings for the proposed New Babylon and they are pretty spectacular.
Keep an eye on this because this is Bible prophesy being fulfilled.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.