Poor Mr Koizumi

Poor Mr Koizumi

Poor Mr Koizumi

Japan's new Prime Minister is between a rock and a hard
place.

The New World Order planners have made his position quite
clear. He has to follow the New Zealand laboratory experiment. As we have
already pointed out in previous issues of our newspaper, the Asian concept is
under attack, in that they keep the business in the family for generations, and
the mere suggestion of selling shares to foreigners is outside their realm of
thought.

Time magazine, 23 July 2001, has a headline on page 34
entitled "Tough Love." We quote in part:

"'I will carry out reforms that no other parties have
dared to touch,' Koizumi shouts, the wind whipping his famous locks,
helicopters with T.V. crews whirring overhead.

'We will march onward knowing we must better our future,
though surely we will feel pain...'"

We at this office are glad that the Prime Minister used the
word "pain". News-watchers please take note of future statements from this
man, where he will be instructed to use the other one world government
catch-words:

"Pain to be endured."

"Belt tightening to be done."

"Light at the end of the tunnel."

"A level playing field."

We predict that he will ultimately go down in history as one
of the most hated Prime Ministers ever. He will be remembered along with Tony
Blair, John Howard, David Lange, President George W. Bush and many others in the
New World Order trap.

No wonder the Word of God teaches: "I exhort therefore,
that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving thanks, be
made for all men; for kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead
a quiet and peacable 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." 1 Timothy 2:1-4

Notice that the ultimate aim is to get people saved.