Cannes 2011: Embarrassing Sarkozy biopic

Nicolas Sarkozy was elected French President in 2007. His election was a sign of France moving away from socialism, and moving closer to America. Prophet TV was in France at the time of the election interceding for the nation. Before Prophet TV was in the region, the opinion polls in France suggested the socialist party would secure power, however, with the intercessory presence ushering in the Presence of God the atmosphere changed and France choose a pro-American President.

Following Sarkozy’s historic lead in the recent Libyan crisis and the burqa veil legislation in France, the International Cannes Film Festival 2011, to take place in May, has decided to choose the controversial film, La Conquête, as one of this year’s short-listed films to be premiere at the festival. The movie charts the French President’s rise to power, the break down of his first marriage, and the victory in the 2007 elections.

The La Conquête (The Conquest) may turn the French President into a national laughingstock. Sarkozy is already suffering in the French polls, due to the decisions he has taken in his Presidency to try and halt the nations addiction to socialism.

Sarkozy was due to attend the Cannes Film Festival this year, with his second wife Carla Bruni, who is appearing in the Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris. The viewing of La Conquête now poses a dilemma for Sarkozy on whether or not to attend.

The Cannes Film Festival is an event that shapes world perceptions via the media. In 2006 Prophet TV was interceding at the Festival during the long awaited premiere of the Da Vinci Code. By bring in the Presence of God, the demonic seeking to influence people through that movie was blocked and the movie failed the gain the praise of the Cannes critics, there were even some in the premiere who laughed jeeringly at the movie. The Da Vinci Code went on to be a box office flop worldwide.


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  1. , they were “fruitful and increased in nbumer” and it goes without saying that is the only reason any of us exist! Q2A prophet is not just someone who prophesies, since as mentioned, we all are called to prophesy. The prophet is one who is specially called by God to be a gift to the church, one anointed to equip, empower, direct, correct, and govern others. The function of prophecy is available to all. One who is functioning in prophecy has asked for and received this gift from the Holy Spirit and the gift is shared with others when they prophesy, but this does not necessarily make them a prophet. It may not be their identity, but something they do. Kristina pointed out that the most prophetic person in the church may not be a prophet. They have a strong gifting, but not necessarily a calling. Sometimes these people are stronger at functioning in prophecy even than those actually called and put in place by God to be a prophet.The office of the Prophet is the governmental position and responsibility of the Prophet. It is a life calling. One thing that Kristina wrote in the handout that I’m not quite clear on yet is: “This dimension is where the Prophet receives his/her mantle. The anointing stays with the Prophet, but the mantle stays with the mission.” I guess I’m not completely sure what a mantle vs. an anointing is…As far as a Prophet being in relationship and submission to an Apostle and prophetic community, this definitely sounds like a very wise idea, as accountability and connection with others is very important to help to stay grounded and in line with the Holy Spirit. However, I’m not sure I understand the biblical example given in the handout: Aaron and Moses (Exodus 4:16). I’m wondering if the context of this verse implies this arrangement may have been a compromise on God’s part:Exodus 4:13-16But Moses said, “Pardon your servant, Lord. Please send someone else.” Then the LORD’s anger burned against Moses and he said, “What about your brother, Aaron the Levite? I know he can speak well. He is already on his way to meet you, and he will be glad to see you. 15 You shall speak to him and put words in his mouth; I will help both of you speak and will teach you what to do. 16 He will speak to the people for you, and it will be as if he were your mouth and as if you were God to him. Also, Aaron was a spokesperson alongside Moses, but was not an Apostle over him, right? Anyway, I just wondered if there were other biblical examples of this principle.

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