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Globalism and the New World Order

Author: Russ Wise
Date: 6/11/2003 3:08:40 PM

The Earth Summit was sponsored by the United Nations and attended by the leadership of the member nations, including then-President George Bush. He met with the architects of the New World Order. The question that each American citizen must ask himself is this: is the New World Order in my country's best interest? Will this new order of things strengthen or weaken the United States? These questions are difficult to answer because of the lack of information available to the general public. However, there is great concern regarding the viability of the U.S.A. when such a shift is made.

Environmentalism has become the current issue that will unite the nations of the earth and allow them to link their forces and make a difference in global affairs. However, concerns for the environment are simply an opportunity to further entrench the need for a "One World" government.

This "One World" order will be brought about by a shift in the political, economic, environmental, and education arenas. The political arena is crucial because of its ability to engage whole nations with the stroke of a pen. Government leaders play significant roles in making internal changes that will ultimately affect their national sovereignty. In bringing about such a new age of international cooperation, national sovereignty will have to be surrendered. Therefore, it is not surprising that President Bush went to the United Nations first in order to obtain approval for using force against Saddam Hussein. Many wonder if he now sees the U.N. Charter as more important than the U. S. Constitution. There are those who are presently calling for a constitutional convention to bring about a change in our nationís way of governing itself.

On the economic front we have already seen the European Common Market develop a common currency to be used throughout
Europe. A unified currency is needed to establish a worldwide market for goods without the current problems of national insolvency. The globalists say that each nation needs to be working from the same ledger to ensure parity among nations. However, if such a scheme is put into place the losers will be individuals and the international bankers will be the ones who profit.

The environment continues to be a strong issue for those who espouse a "One World" system. Environmentalists are, in most cases, in one of three groups. They are first of all concerned about the environment. These individuals or groups attempt to make a difference by being involved in environmental causes. Secondly, there are those who are more radical in their approach. They are the activists who go to great lengths to stop the rape of the earth. Thirdly, there are those who see the earth as a living, evolving ecosystem.

These individuals are aligned with what has become known asthe New Age movement. They see the earth as an evolving being no different than ourselves. Recently, I spoke at the University of Texas in Austin on the topic of the "Gaia" hypothesis. There were several pagans in attendance who see the earth, or nature, as being spiritual and that man needs to become one with it. The day before, which was Earth Day, Dave Foreman (the co-founder of Earth First) spoke at UT. He called for a renewed understanding "that the entire Earth functions as one integrated, giant living community." Foreman continued by saying "I'm an animal; I'm a living thing, the oceans run through my veins." He is developing a conscious awareness that he and the Earth are "one" entity.

The last arena that the globalists have used to bring about their "One World" order is education. They are fully aware that if they are successful in capturing the minds of this generation they will be able to usher in a new global agenda that will change the world as we know it forever.

To accomplish their objectives the globalists must re-educate not only the individual but also society in general. Beyond Nationalism, they see two other threats to their agenda: the traditional family and the Christian Church. To effectively establish their goals, the globalists must radically modify the family or destroy it.

The traditional family poses a threat to globalism for two reasons. First, it is still the primary socializing unit in our society. Parents pass on social, cultural, and spiritual values to their children. Often, the values of the traditional family are not in harmony with the goals of globalism. Goals such as tolerance for a one-world religion are not acceptable to the Christian.

Second, parental authority in a traditional family clearly supercedes international authority. Children are taught to obey their parents in such families. Parents and not the state have authority over their children. Globalists, therefore, see the traditional family as an enemy and not an ally in meeting their agenda.

Ashley Montagu, a humanist and a globalist, told a group of educators that "the American family structure produces mentally ill children." From his perspective, the traditional family which teaches such things as loyalty to God and loyalty to country is not producing mentally fit children for the next century.

Globalist educators seek to educate children at an earlier and earlier age in order for them to indoctrinate the young minds of the future. The earlier they can reach children with global ideas the more likely they can break the influence held by the family.

The Christian family represents even more of a threat to the globalist agenda. The Christian's belief in the authority of the Bible is especially a concern for the internationalist. Christians who believe in God, in sin, in salvation through faith in Jesus Christ alone, stand in the way of the globalist plan for a one-world religion, whereas liberal Christianity does not pose such a threat.

The coming world religion or what I refer to as "cosmic humanism," will bring all faiths together into one central belief system. It will be tolerant of all faiths with the exception of those that absolutize. All the religions of the world will be able to sign off on its basic tenets; however, orthodox Christianity, Judaism, and Islam will not allow absorption.

Jesus taught that "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through Me" (John 14:6). Globalists, therefore, see Christianity as narrow, exclusive, and intolerant. Paul Brandwein said that, "any child who believes in God is mentally ill." The idea of a personal God cannot remain a basis for spirituality if the globalists are to achieve their goals.

This one-world order under the direction of the internationalists is one that will bring significant change to the
United States as we know it. The globalists are making fundamental shifts in the way we view the family and the Christian church. Their desire to alter our political, economic, and education systems will continue into this decade until their goals are ultimately met in a new age of reason.

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