The changing face of New Zealand
During the course of our lectures we have made it clear that
the world government advocates have divided the world into three regions i.e.
Europe, with their own standing army and their own currency
which would of course be the Euro dollar.
Region number two is the Americas from the tip of Alaska in
the north to the tip of South America in the south, where every country in that
region will ultimately give up their own currency and use the American dollar.
The third region is the Asia-Pacific region of which here in
New Zealand are a part, and we will have our standing army and our own currency
yet to be decided upon.
To prove our point, we now turn to the Weekend Herald,
2-3 March 2002, where read the headline: "Changing face of New Zealand...
- There are now more people of Asian than Pacific Islander ethnicity.
- Almost 240,000 or 1 in 15 were of Asian ethnicity. There
were 231,801 of Pacific Islander ethnicity.
- In Auckland, 1 in 8 people are of Asian ethnicity and 1
in 8 of Pacific Islander ethnicity...
New Zealand's culture is much more diverse now than 10
years ago, and a strong Eastern influx is partly responsible.
One in 15 people are of Asian ethnicity -– more than double
the 1991 figure, according to last year's census. And, although nearly one in
six of our 3.7 million-plus population is multilingual, one in 50 people do not
Not counting children under five years of age, the majority
of immigrants who have not mastered New Zealand's predominant tongue speak
Samoan, Cantonese and Korean...
Auckland is the most cosmopolitan city. Two-thirds of Asian
and Pacific Island settlers live there.
One in eight Asians lives in the Wellington region, which
also has a strong Indian community.
Christchurch seems to be favoured by the Japanese...
Non-Christian religions are becoming more prevalent...
More than 2 million people said they were Christian, but
there was a big increase in other religions. Islam disciples leaped 74 per cent
in five years to 23,631, Hindu 56 per cent to 39,798, Buddhist 48 percent to
41,634 and Spiritualism 64 per cent to 16,062.
The biggest Christian denominations were Anglican (584,793),
Catholic (486,012) and Presbyterian (417,453)..." (emphases added).
It is important to realise that prophetically speaking, the
stage is now being set for the centralisation of power and people in each region
will be thoroughly checked on until finally those three regions will be combined
into a global village where one man called Anti Christ will take complete
control of everybody's lives from the cradle to the grave.
In the book of Daniel 7:20-22, we read of the ten nations from
the inner core of the European Union being controlled by another one who comes
into prominence, and that man we know to be Anti Christ.
"And of the ten horns that were in his head, and of
the other which came up, and before whom three fell; even of that horn
that had eyes, and a mouth that spake very great things, whose look was
more stout than his fellows."
Verse 21: "I beheld, and the same horn made war with the
saints, and prevailed against them;"
Verse 22: "Until the Ancient of days came..."
It is important to recognise that this Anti Christ being will
control people's lives for a period until Almighty God called the Ancient of
days brings things to a close and rules over the affairs of this world in
justice and righteousness.
We quote now from Daniel 7:13-14: "I saw in the night
visions, and, behold, one like the Son of man came with the clouds of
heaven, and came to the Ancient of days, and they brought him near before him.
And there was given him dominion, and glory, and a kingdom, that all people,
nations, and languages, should serve him: his dominion is an everlasting
dominion, which shall not pass away, and his kingdom that which shall not
Thus man in their arrogance seek to set up a global system in
opposition to Almighty God who made it clear through his destruction of the
Tower of Babel that he was not in favour of this type of thing, yet the God
that we serve will conquer -– of this be very sure.
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