Mormons - biggest land owners in Britain
Under the New World Order plan, each plan must yield up its
sovereignty and therefore the stage has been set by the undercover agents for
the One World Government, for this to take place.
The original plan was for groups like the IMF, World Bank and
other money lenders, to lend money to each country, causing them also at the
same time to sign conditions called Conditionalities Policies. These conditions
involve the gradual selling up of national assets so that each country on earth
would lose its sovereignty and its independence and become interdependent upon
every other country in the Global Village.
We now quote from The Independent newspaper, 15 July
2001: "Britain for sale: Mormons spend STG30m on farms -– The Mormon church
has become the biggest foreign landowner in Britain, using the income from its
vast holdings of prime farmland to support its work in the Third World.
The latest purchase is the 2,000-acre Stubton Estate near
Grantham, Lincolnshire, which it bought last month for around STG5m. The deal
has brought the amount of agricultural land the Mormons own to 15,000 acres -–
an amount so large that the church ranks alongside the Crown Estate, the Duchy
of Lancaster, and Railtrack as a major land holder. Estate agents estimate the
church has spent at least STH30m on prime British farmland in the past six years....
Although mainly based in the United States, it now has
180,000 members in Britain, based in 40 regional centres or 'stakes'. It
first began buying land in Britain in 1995, and has since snapped up some of the
most productive farmland in East Anglia....
Chris Jolliffe, general manager of the church's farming
company, Agreserves, said that the crops it grows such as wheat, provide food
for the Third World....
'Our interest in farming is a very practical one,' said
Mr Jolliffe. 'Food is a necessity, a hedge against adversity. When there are
natural disasters, we help our own first as a priority, but we do try and care
for others as well.'....
Among the British landholdings the Mormons own, are farms
near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Sleaford, Lincolnshire and Wiggenhall, Norfolk.
Five church members help run the holdings, with the help of lay staff....
However, its farming methods have been criticised by
organisations such as Friends of the Earth, which attacked the Mormon church for
not choosing organic farming methods. Mr Jolliffe said that organic farming is
too costly, and its chief concern is growing as much corn and wheat as possible
for needy countries."
We at this office predict that as times become more
difficult, food will be more difficult to obtain, and yet we believers in the
Lord Jesus Christ have His specific promise taken from Philippians 4:19: "But
my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ
Our God is a miracle-working God. Fear not!!