Passport to Big Brother

Passport to Big Brother Passport to Big Brother We at this office receive articles and information day by day, from many parts of the world. As we move on towards the mark of the beast system, we were delighted with this latest piece of information to be taken from the […] Read more »

Free trade – EU & Gulf States

Free trade - EU & Gulf States Free trade - EU & Gulf States An article sent to us on 1 January 2002, headlined: "GCC agrees on customs union, single currency.... Leaders of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) yesterday took a major step toward economic union and signed an […] Read more »

New York to sell bridges?

New York to sell bridges? New York to sell bridges? Readers of our newspaper will be aware of this fact, that we have spoken of a worldwide monetary collapse, which will take place shortly as a necessary precursor to the setting up of a one world government. The Japanese economy […] Read more »

2001’s Top Ten

2001's Top Ten 2001's Top Ten On a recent trip to Singapore from Malaysia, we picked up a copy of the New Straits Times, 27 December 2001, and saw listed there the top stories for last year. We list them for your interest: "Sept 11 attacks on the United States […] Read more »

Out of control

Out of control Out of control A recent trip to Malaysia led me to read the New Straits Times, 12 December 2001. The headline was "Motorist loses earlobe in assault by road bully.... A motorist lost his right earlobe after he was bitten by a motorcyclist following an argument over […] Read more »

Thank goodness for Roger!

Thank goodness for Roger! Thank goodness for Roger! Sir Roger Douglas The Dominion newspaper, 9 January 2002, had this headline along with these words: "The Argentine crisis could have happened here, but for Roger Douglas's decision to float the dollar, Michael Basset writes. On Saturday, March 2, 1985, New Zealand […] Read more »

AIDS marches on

AIDS marches on AIDS marches on An article taken from The Dominion, 1 December 2001, reads: "60 million dead or infected... Twenty years after it was first identified, acquired immune deficiency syndrome has killed more than 20 million people and another 40 million are infected with the Aids virus.... Since […] Read more »

To the editor

To the editor To the editor Dear Ed Subject: Re: Renewed Testament (January OT) The King James version from my understanding is a TRANSLATION and thus can only hope to bring the word of God to those who are not able to read the original language the Bible was written […] Read more »

Did you know?

Did you know? Did you know? that Satellite monitoring of cars and monthly bills for road use are among proposals aimed at reducing Britain's traffic congestion. The Commission for Integrated Transport suggested all vehicles be fitted with global positioning devices linked to a satellite covering the nation's road network with […] Read more »

From the Editor

From the Editor From the Editor Dear Friends March 2002 is here already - how are you? We at the Omega Times are well and surprised at how quickly another edition of this paper is due to go to print. We trust that you will receive encouragement as you read...Maranatha. […] Read more »