EU defence forming

EU defence forming EU defence forming As we have already pointed out elsewhere in this month's newspaper, the world is to be divided into three regions of the Tri-lateral Commission with their own monetary systems and their own standing army. A further proof that this is taking place today was […] Read more »

I rest my weary soul in thee

I rest my weary soul in thee I rest my weary soul in thee The Hansen family, some friends of ours from Rangiora, New Zealand, have been faithful over the years to supply me with tapes and videos of a speaker that they introduced me to some years ago -– […] Read more »

Tony Blair mandate for reform

Tony Blair mandate for reform Tony Blair mandate for reform Prime Minister Tony Blair Four years ago, we were in Great Britain on one of our tours when Tony Blair was elected. We can never forget the people shouting, cheering, waving British flags and so on. Now four years later, […] Read more »

Ashamed to be a teacher

Ashamed to be a teacher Ashamed to be a teacher As an old time schoolteacher how I enjoy the book of Proverbs which tells us very clearly the secret of child training. We turn to Proverbs 22:6, where we read: "Train up a child in the way he should go: […] Read more »

The ultimate agenda

The ultimate agenda The ultimate agenda If one doesn't get you, the other one will. For many years we have watched the takeover of the countries of the world, starting with New Zealand in the year 1987, through a clever trap laid by the International Monetary Fund, where money is […] Read more »

Don’t bank that Franc

Don't bank that Franc Don't bank that Franc For many years we have waited for this to appear in our media and behold in the year 2001, here it is. In an article taken from The Sunday Telegraph, Great Britain, 20 May 2001, we read: "Vite...empty the mattress -– For […] Read more »

The unlikely president

The unlikely president The unlikely president During the year 1990, I was stuck at Phoenix Airport, Arizona, while the nosewheel on my plane was being repaired. I sat in front of the television set and watched the United States news during which time an announcement was made that George W. […] Read more »

Did you know?

Did you know? that China plans to issue new high-tech identification cards to its 1.26 billion people. The plastic cards will be embedded with a microchip and will be more difficult for counterfeiters to produce. The existing plastic-coated paper ID cards, containing an ID number, the holder's photograph, name, sex […] Read more »

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor Dear Ed Re/. Benny Hinn April: I was saddened and disappointed that you did nothing to defend the reputation of Benny Hinn. When I showed the letter to Christian friends they were appalled. Had you taken the time to do a little […] Read more »

From the Editor

From the Editor From the Editor Dear Friends I must make mention of winter -– it's here again in NZ, with its characteristic chilly conditions and dampness. It is a season I'm not particularly fond of, although I do enjoy coming inside, leaving the bitter cold and sitting next to […] Read more »