The Third Way

The Third Way

The third way

NZ Prime Minister Helen Clarke
NZ Prime Minister Helen Clarke

I find it great fun in my particular line of business,
working out and retranslating all the catch phrases that have been given to us
in the years leading up to the year 2000. Such words as restructuring,
corporatisation, privatisation, level playing fields, light at the end of the
tunnel – and then, whilst on a trip to Great Britain at the end of 1999, we
heard Tony Blair utter the latest catch phrase that obviously was not his own,
but given to him by an enthusiastic world government planner.

The phrase was, The Third Way.

Now why would a man, apparently in his right mind and in such
a powerful position, use such a strange phrase, knowing perfectly well that it
doesn’t make sense to anybody, even those who have a good knowledge of the
English language.

We read in the Dominion newspaper, 15 May 2000, the following
Clark to join elite to puzzle over which way is the third way.

“In roughly a fortnight, Prime Minister Helen Clark will be
rubbing shoulders with a select group of world leaders at a Berlin summit on “third

But even such smooth talkers as Mr Clinton and Mr Blair,
leading practitioners of the third way, are at a loss to explain exactly what it

In fact, the third way is such a loose concept that
right-wing French President Jacques Chirac is claiming, in his two-year campaign
for a second term in the face of a challenge from Mr Jospin, to pursue Blairist
policies. (Authors note: this author has a struggle in expressing herself using
simple English so we will try to retranslate that for you – French President
Jacques Chirac is saying that he will follow the same lines as Tony Blair which
he hopes will head off the challenge from his opponent Mr Jospin.)….

By contrast, Mr Jospin, whose coalition includes communists
and greens, keeps his options open on the third way. “If the third way is
between communism and ultra-liberalism, I’m in favour of it,” he once said.
“If it’s between liberalism and social democracy, I’m against it.” For
all his reservations about market policies, however, Mr Jospin has privatised
more state entities than his right-wing predecessor.

But nothing about the third way is black and white….

The (New Zealand) Government is pursuing…the ambitious
proposal of a mega-deal linking New Zealand and Australia with the 10-country
Association of Southeast Asian Nations….

The Government, in his view (Bill English – National
finance spokesman), is pushing its free trade credentials abroad but taking a
protectionist line at home. “Why don’t senior members of the Government make
their free trade speeches in New Zealand? The answer is because they want to
give one message to New Zealand people and one message to everyone else, which
is not uncommon for this Government,” he said in Parliament last week….

Miss Clark sees such policies as entirely consistent with her
view that, though globalisation is here to stay, governments should pay more
attention to social issues. Her opponents may accuse her of taking a more
left-wing approach that Mr Clinton and Mr Blair to the third way, but she
can only gain by tapping into their influential network….” End Quote

We now turn our attention to one Bill Clinton who is using
the mystical phrase “Reinventing Government”. Put both of these phrases
together, the third way and reinventing government, and what they intend to do
is set up a one world government which will not have two major parties any
longer attacking one another, but will have stolen by stealth the sovereignty
from each country in the world, left those governments with very few assets to
work with having sold them out to big business, who will then become dominating
partners in running the whole world system.

The whole plan sounds so outrageous that it is hard to credit
that it has succeeded as far as it has without somebody smelling a rat and
putting a stop to it.

In other words big business, even now in such countries as
New Zealand and Australia, are dictating their policies to the governments of
those countries. Having gained a commanding position, they can subtly pressure
the politicians into performing their will and giving them the advantage in the
leasing of contracts, golden handshakes and so on, and leaving the average
citizen out in the cold as they pursue their nefarious and evil plans for a
world take-over.

Based on the Hegalian dialectic or philosophy, these people
who are setting up the world government will no longer listen to the advice of
politicians but only to those who are in the realms of big money and big
business who can make a buck at the expense of the poor labourers who no longer
have any say whatsoever.

I regret to announce that the plan was initiated in my
country New Zealand, and has now spread its poison world-wide. The Word of God
calls the system the Mystery of Iniquity, and is simply a Satanic take-over of
the world system just prior to the return of our Lord Jesus Christ, who Himself
has said, “If I go away I will come again.”

Unfortunately, politicians such as the Prime Minister of New
Zealand and others very rarely have opportunities such as reading articles like
this one and therefore don’t really know what they are doing.

We are instructed to pray for them in 1 Timothy 2:1-4, “I
exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and
giving of thanks, be made for all men; for kings, and for all that are in
authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and
honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; who
will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.”

Our prayers should be along the line that these politicians
are so confused and easily led in the wrong way by their advisors that they need
to come to know Christ, who is the Way, the Truth and the Life, and then base
their decisions from that point on, on the wisdom given to them by Almighty God.

Please continue to pray that God will also allow us to live a
quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty even in these last
difficult days of this generation.