World Government

World Government

World Government - Part 1

We live in
a very sophisticated society. So sophisticated we
coin new phraseology to conceal old agendas. One such is the term
"governance". It simply is a discarded title meaning world
government, having been replaced by a softer, more subtle
intellectual term entitled "Unilateral Governance." It is the
same demonic, totalitarian garbage disguised in more modern, but
less understood intellectualism.

Stained Glass Window at Beatrice Webb House.
Coloured area depicts George Bernard Shaw and
Sydney Webb reshaping the earth. (Colours are
not indicative of actual colours in window.)

George Bernard Shaw one of our great minds of yesteryear,
coined another phrase which has totally destroyed our society as
we Christians played on within our four walls. We were too simple
to understand it and much too naïve and trusting to think
anything sinister was disguised within it. But here we are now
suffering the consequences of our folly in not recognising
it.

You perhaps have never heard of the philosophical doctrine of
GRADUALISM. It was Shaw’s creation. The full context of the
doctrine that has shaped our world is "BY THE PROCESS OF GRADUAL
NORMALITY WE ARE CONVINCED OF ACCEPTABILITY." Note the nice
intellectual communication of flowery words.

What actually is he saying? Let me explain. Do you remember
the story of the frog being boiled in a pot? The heat was raised
so slowly the frog didn’t realise the danger until it was
too late. Well this is what G B Shaw is saying. There is a method
that can be used to bring about major change in a society and it
will be so successful it cannot fail. That process is to
introduce change so slowly in a systematic way that people who
are not aware of the agenda will not recognise it. The change
will be so normal as to look obvious as the wisest alternative,
and it will be introduced so gradually that no one will resent or
disagree with it. But the masses will not be aware of the fact
that the changes are related and are just a small part of many
others leading to ultimate totalitarianism.

Andrew Carnegie

Shaw was a Fabian Socialist. So was Cecil Rhodes and Andrew
Carnegie. These men were esteemed in Christian society yet they
were nothing but traitors to God-fearing humanity. If you look at
the shield or coat of arms depicting the Fabian Socialist Society
you will instantly and obviously recognise it as none other than
a wolf in sheep’s clothing. They are very up front about it
and not the least bit ashamed of the message sent. Also
illustrated elsewhere is the famous stained glass window picture
in Beatrice Webb House, Surrey, England, where the society
headquarters is based. It depicts George Bernard Shaw and Sydney
Webb reshaping the earth over an anvil with both these men
beating the earth with hammers. Above the picture the words are
written in stained glass, "Remould it nearer to the hearts
desire."

Cecil Rhodes

Their intention is to reshape the international order of the
nations. In fact, one of the publications put out by the U.N. is
entitled R.I.O., short for Reshaping International Order. Here is
something you should know. The foundation floor of the U.N.
building was built by the Rockefellers in New York and the land
was donated by the Rothschild’s. That is cause for alarm
for starters, but read on. This floor houses a publishing company
called the LUCIS PUBLISHING HOUSE which prints all U.N. material.
Lucis changed their name from THE LUCIFERIAN SOCIETY around mid
20th century!

Do you remember Henry Kissinger? He is still around and still
very powerful in forging policy for world domination. Before
quoting to you a statement he made in relation to the Rodney King
riots in 1991, let me first quote a historical document so that
you might plainly see the agenda taking shape.

"Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip
the citizenry into a patriotic fervour, for patriotism is indeed
a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it
narrows the mind. And when the drums of war have reached a fever
pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the
leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry.
Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by
patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and
gladly so. How do I know? For this is what I have done. And I am
Caesar."

Henry Kissinger

And now for Kissinger’s statement - "Today, Americans
would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore
order. Tomorrow, they will be grateful. This is especially true,
if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond –
whether real or promulgated – that threatened our very
existence. It is then that all the peoples of the world will
pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one
thing that every man fears is the unknown. When presented with
this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished
with the guarantee of their well-being, granted to them by their
world government." — Henry Kissinger, at the Bilderberg
Conference in France, 1991

This Jewish Fabian socialist is no longer travelling beyond
the safety of his own nation in USA now, as there are warrants
out for his arrest for crimes against humanity in the
International Criminal Law Court . Why do you think it was that
George W Bush fought so hard to get USA exempted as a nation from
prosecution by the International Criminal Law Court from crimes
committed against humanity? He was granted that exemption in his
first four year term of office but when the Abu Graib and
Guantanimo Bay atrocities surfaced, he was not given an extension
in his second term, and neither did he request it as he knew it
would not granted .

So what did he do? Accept the international criminal law court
ruling? No! What he did was appalling. He went to about sixty
five Third World countries that they supported with aid, and
threatened to withdraw US aid from them, offering monetary bribes
so long as they refrained from voting at the UN in favour of the
trial of any American soldier or citizen accused of atrocities or
crimes against humanity. America is the only nation that has this
exemption and it was given just before they went into Iraq in
2003. I am not anti-American but I am anti-injustice and am very
much against political palm greasing and back scratching. When I
see wrong and manipulation, I will speak out about it, no matter
who it is, and I will never accept it even from a so-called
Christian president. Where is the voice of the Kingdom of Christ?
Where is the conscience of the nations? "NO MAN CRIES RESTORE,
RESTORE!"

I am convinced of this. The one thing we as the Church and
God’s ambassadors on this earth have been lulled into
silence over, is our lack of concern for truth and justice. Both
truth and justice are integral parts of God’s own nature,
which guarantee our trust to His safe keeping and His
sovereignty. Should these ever be compromised by God then I am
afraid our faith is in vain. How can we as Christians justify
resorting to the same methods of dishonesty, dishonour and
manipulation? THE END NEVER JUSTIFIES THE MEANS. The same laws of
decency and mutual respect that God gave us, apply to all, not
just some.

I am aware that I may be treading on corns here, so again I
say, I am not anti-West, anti-USA, anti-Democracy. But I am
pro-Bible, pro-justice, pro-truth and pro-God and if that puts me
in opposition to any liberal thinking or any political power
broker, then so be it - that is where I take my stand. Either we
have to accept the so-called Christian conservative right in the
West is none other than a leftist socialist agenda clothed in
plausible rhetoric to win favour and herd us into the pen of
universal totalitarianism, or they are so blind and uniformed as
to what is happening that they are of very little consequence. I
believe there is now little hope of turning this around. For it
is one thing to have a problem but it is entirely another thing
to recognise it as a problem before even deciding upon a course
to remedy it.

Either way we are now on a slippery slope of the destruction
of all that is good and decent because of our unwillingness to
speak up and cry out against injustice. One thing I do know is
this (for which I may be held to account some day as a
revolutionary), that when the Reverend Ian Paisley spoke out so
readily and adamantly for what he believed, his outspokenness
earned him a reputation and respect. Whether they loved him or
hated him mattered not, but when it came to negotiating a
settlement for Northern Ireland, they would never consider having
a meeting without him being present.

Because sentence is not executed speedily against an evil
matter, therefore the heart of the succeeding generation is set
in its ways to do evil.

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