November 20, 2010
Man with the Plan
In the field of medicine, an ultrasound diagnostic image exhibits shadowy, computer-generated movements of a developing fetus. Globalists likewise monitor in utero movement—but on the grander screen of geopolitics. Their one-world love child is spawned by what many call the “shadow government.” According to Nelson Rockefeller in The Future of Federalism, this new order of one-world government is “struggling to be born.”
A foretaste of full-term globalism, the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics showcased selected features of “one world” at its best. At the Bird’s Nest in Beijing, the planet’s best athletes bedazzled an ecstatic audience of ninety-one thousand onlookers, not to mention some four billion at-home viewers.
Sober reverence and a-biblical religious metaphors attending Olympic events echo ancient times when even the sweat of competitors was decreed sacred. This declaration alone warrants close scrutiny; moreover, too many among us are surprised to learn that the torch lighting and bearing were instituted by Nazi propagandists in the Berlin Olympics (1936).
Though Hitler’s hope was to prove Aryan superiority, none dare challenge the custom. To speak against Pierre de Coubertin’s Olympian dream for global solidarity, peace, and friendship is ridiculed as ignorant and intolerant.
This we’ve heard before. Prior to passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913, the means by which globalists seized control of American finances, President Woodrow Wilson described the burgeoning, one-world phenomenon as “power so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive” that no one dares to speak out against it.
Candidates for Prime Minister of the Planet
As capsulated in the 1994 UN Report on Human Development, the one-world premise is simple enough: Given that mankind’s problems no longer can be solved by national governments, world government is deemed necessary.
In 1928, former Fabian Socialist H.G. Wells published The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution. In Wells’ view, before the shadowy new order’s character is “plainly displayed,” existing governments first must be “weakened, effaced, incorporated, and superseded.”
Democratic Socialists of America insists that “now is the time to press for the subordination of national sovereignty.”  Yet eliminating an effective global system of checks and balances based on nation-states begs the question, “If not sovereign nations, then who’s to be in charge?”
Consider this: Wells further distinguished “plain display” of the face of globalism as “a world religion.” You read it right—“a world religion.” That said, could God himself emerge as the globalists’ candidate of choice as Prime Minister of the planet?
Not a chance. Signatories of the third Humanist Manifesto (2003) included twenty-one Nobel laureates who joined predecessors in supplanting traditional religion with decidedly incompatible albeit grandiose ideals of Darwinism, ethical naturalism, and empiricism—in a word, secularism.
The same three manifestos (1933, 1973, 2003) that expressly deplore division of humankind on nationalistic grounds likewise demean religion as sentimental, wishful thinking and, therefore, devoid of power. No deity will save us; we must save ourselves.
Plainly, a theocracy is not what globalists have in mind. Therefore, our question remains: If not nation-states, if not God, then who’s to be in charge of a border-free new world order?
Follow the Clues
The Bible provides needed clues to this pressing question. About six hundred years before Christ, Daniel’s apocalyptic visions accurately prophesied and characterized major world governments to follow the Babylonian Empire—specifically, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, and Rome revived.
Once revived, a new Rome will resemble the ancient counterpart with respect to its universal belief system, global impact, and destined collapse. Although Charlemagne, Mussolini, and Hitler tried to resuscitate ancient Rome, none could accomplish what the Antichrist alone can at his given hour.
Scripturally, the joint work of Antichrist and his false prophet is called “the mystery of iniquity." Furthermore, the work of Satan through the Antichrist is clearly rooted in the prophecies of Daniel. Indeed, Daniel’s account of the “little horn” references this last-day visionary and mother of all dictators who, while at the helm of end-time world government, will oppose Christ all the while pretending to be Christ (“the anointed one”).
In prophetic imagery, this conquering counterfeit of Christ, a powerful “free-world supra-national political being,” sits on the white horse of a godless, one-world system. With a deceptively silent weapon of war in hand (a bow), Antichrist demonstrates shrewdness; that the bow lacks arrows signifies his empty promise of peace. In this picture, Antichrist imitates the infinitely greater white horseman called “Faithful and True.” However, instead of delivering peace, plenty, and abundant life as offered by Christ, Antichrist releases the red horse of warfare, the black horse of famine, and the pale horse of death.
Globalism: One Size Fits All
“Shadow government” is an oft-used euphemism for the developing one-world system also known as global restructuring (perestroika), the global village, the new paradigm, sustainable society and, yes, even “glo-bologna” (compliments of Clare Boothe Luce).
It’s not just the new world order anymore. Any one (or combination) of the following characterize globalism’s many facets: global transformation, world religion of Open/ Aquarian Conspiracy, vision for world peace, enlightened eco-socialism, economic integration, multinational institution building, collaborative partnerships, global democracy, interdependence, collective security, federalized world government, transnational federal government, and more.
In testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (1950), international financier James P. Warburg insisted we shall have a world government—either by consent or conquest. To this end, globalism extends a hook to everyone—you name it: the bleeding-heart liberal, the pacifist, the activist, the idealist, the spiritually enlightened, the atheist, the underdog, and the uninformed.
It’s as if globalism were a chameleon whose unique body language enables it to change color when attracting potential mates. This metaphor suggests that globalists quickly and opportunistically adjust their values so as to win others to a one-world point of view.
Case in point: In a speech delivered at the Institute for the Study of International Affairs at Copenhagen, historian Arnold Toynbee documented high-level “discreet workings” to wrest sovereignty out of the clutches of local nation-states, all the while denying with one’s lips what is being done with one’s hands.
To carry the global agenda minus sovereignty of nation-states to its zenith, international treaties, conventions, and environmental regulations are detailed in Our Global Neighborhood, written by the United Nation’s Commission on Global Governance.
Correspondingly, in 1992 the United States ratified a UN International Covenant on Civil and Religious Rights. In reality, the covenant is yet another con intended to swap U.S. sovereignty for international courts, taxes, and military.
The “utopian” dream of globalism (global governance) sports all the trappings of the so-called Olympian spirit. Given its honorable—even “sacred”—principles of global unity, harmony, alignment, and excellence, few dare speak against it.
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By design globalism’s inner workings escape the public eye all the while proponents tightly weave together geo-politics with economic and religious components. Its political strand is decidedly socialist; the economic strand, Marxist; the religious strand, varied versions of Cosmic Humanism.
Make no mistake. Fingered enemies of globalism are sovereign nation-states, free enterprise capitalism, and the God of the Bible. For apparent reason, godly patriots of our nation do well to wake up and sound the alarm before the tsunami of global governance crashes its borders.
Dennis Laurence Cuddy, Ph.D., Secret Records Revealed: The Men, Money
& the Methods Behind the New World Order (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:
Hearthstone Publishing, Ltd., 1999), 101.
2- James Rizzuti, “The Gods of Olympus” (Midnight Call: April, May, June, July, 1998), 16-33.
3- Ibid., 33.
4- Ted Flynn, Hope of the Wicked (Sterling, Virginia: MaxKol Communications, 2000), 2.
5- United Nations, Report on Human Development (Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University, 1994), 81.
6- H.G. Wells, The Open Conspiracy: Blue Prints for a World Revolution (London, England: Book Tree, 1928), XVIII.
8- These quotes come from a lecture at Harvard University given by Nelson Rockefeller in 1962. See also: Nelson Rockefeller, The Future of Federalism (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, 1964).
9- Darwinism is the systematic, codified view of today’s prevailing and politically correct theory of evolution. It explains the macro-evolutionary process through principles of natural and sexual selection.
10- Ethical naturalism contends that religious verities are illusionary, and everything is explicable only by means chance and natural law.
11- Empiricism is the philosophical belief that all knowledge is ultimately derived from sense experience.
12- Written primarily by Raymond Bragg, the first Humanist Manifesto with 34 signers was published in 1933. Unlike later manifestos, Humanist Manifesto I refers to humanism as a religious movement meant to transcend and replace previous, deity-based systems. With 120 signatories, The Humanist Manifesto II first appeared in The Humanist (September/ October, 1973) when Paul Kurtz and Edwin H. Wilson were editor and editor emeritus, respectively. Humanism and Its Aspirations (subtitled Humanist Manifesto III), is the most recent manifesto published by the American Humanist Association (AHA). The newest one is considerably shorter and lists these six primary beliefs:
Knowledge of the world is derived by observation, experimentation, and
b. Humans are an integral part of nature, the result of unguided evolutionary change.
c. Ethical values are derived from human need and interest as tested by experience.
d. Life’s fulfillment emerges from individual participation in the service of humane ideals.
e. Humans are social by nature and find meaning in relationships.
f. Working to benefit society maximizes individual happiness.
A theocracy is a form of government in which a god or deity is recognized
as the supreme civil ruler.
14- The Book of Daniel is a prophetic book that includes four apocalyptic visions predicting the course of world history (Chapters 7-12 with Revelation 13:2, 17:15).
15- A latter day visionary, antichrist eventually will become the greatest dictator the world has ever known. He will rule but for “a short space” of time; and though his message will be one of peace, he will war mercilessly. The most fearful punishment found anywhere in Scripture is related to the “Mark of the Beast.” Enforced by antichrist’s false prophet, this mark is a brand required by all in order to buy or sell in the world community this dictatorial administration forges (Daniel 7:25 with Revelation 12:14; 17:10; Daniel 8:25; Revelation 14:9-10).
16- 2 Thessalonians 2:7.
17- Daniel 7:8. In Scripture, the horn depicts power.
18- Antichrist can be interpreted “in place of Christ,” or “a substitute for” Him. In general, the term “antichrist” refers to one who stands in opposition to all that Jesus Christ represents. He will not regard the God of his fathers, nor any god, for he’ll magnify himself above all others (1 John 2:18, 22; 4:3; 2 John 7; Daniel 11:37).
19- Nelson Rockefeller referenced a powerful “free-world supra-national political being” (also, a single, benevolent world “Administrator”) while lecturing at Harvard University in 1962. See also: Nelson Rockefeller, The Future of Federalism (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, 1964).
20- Revelation 6: 2-8.
21- Revelation 19:11.
22- The term, “Aquarian Conspiracy,” was popularized in 1980 See: Marilyn Ferguson, The Aquarian Conspiracy (Los Angeles, California: Penguin Group, 1980).
23- Gary Allen, The Rockefeller File (Seal Beach, California: ’76 Press, 1976), 77.
24- Arnold Toynbee, “The Trend of International Affairs Since the War” (Copenhagen, Denmark: The Institute for the Study of International Affairs, November 1931). See also: Dennis Laurence Cuddy, Ph.D., Secret Records Revealed: The Men, Money & the Methods behind the New World Order (Oklahoma City Oklahoma: Hearthstone Publishing, Ltd., 1999), 50-51.
25- United Nations Development Program, Our Global Neighborhood: The Report of the Commission on Global Governance (Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University, 1995), 35.