The New World Order – Comment’s on President Obama’s UN Speech
If you were at church on Sunday I gave you four reasons why we should believe that Jesus Christ is going to return for His church. Three of the reasons I listed involved indications that our world is moving towards a one-world government, a one-world economic system, and a one-world religion. Some may have thought that I was being alarmist, even a bit kooky.
Well, this morning President Obama gave a speech at the United Nations; I would call it his “farewell speech” as US President. In his speech, he outlined many of his belief’s about the direction that the world should be going. He also made the case for several of my points on Sunday. Thank you, Mr President.
(the following is not a full transcript, but highlights of President Obama’s speech. The full transcript is not yet available.)
1 The Establishment of a One-World Government
Obama says globalization will continue growing rapidly, signaling the unstoppable march of progress. But he warned that nations who allow the wealthy to enjoy the benefits of globalism face challenges from their populace. Those people, he noted, were falling prey to an “alternative” narrative, propagated to fuel opposition.
“Alternative visions of the world have pressed forward, both in the wealthiest countries and in the poorest,” he said. “Religious fundamentalism. The politics of ethnicity or tribe or sect. Aggressive nationalism. A crude populism. Sometimes from the far left but more often from the far right.
What I hear: There is an ongoing, intentional movement towards globalization, I.E. a “one world government.” This includes a plan to ensure financial equality, in other words economic control (Of course, this will not apply to the elite, who will do all in their power to protect their wealth).
2 “Progress” or shall we say, “Change is Coming”
He also urged each country to evolve towards progress, describing the conflicts as part of the old world. “The world is too small. We are too packed together for us to be able to resort to those old ways of thinking,” he said.
What I hear: We must “evolve towards progress,” but what exactly is progress? Who defines the progress that we must evolve too? This is another veiled message that the world must become “one,” the what that oneness looks like is unclear.
3 The Dissolution of National Borders
Obama alluded to Donald Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall on the Southern border three times, pointing out that such an action would be futile to stop many of the threats facing the world.
“Today, a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself,” he said.
“The world is too small for us to simply be able to build a wall and prevent it from affecting our own societies,” he said afterwards. In other words, the world needs to be “one,” as in a “one-world government.”
What I hear: President Obama believes that borders are bad for the future, and that we must be prepared to dissolve borders. Couple this with what the President of Mexico, Pena Nieto, said in his address, “History shows that there are no barriers that can stop either the movement of people or the fusion of cultures,” and the message is clear: We will never reach our “goal” (whatever that is) until we agree to come together as one world population.
4 The Establishment of a One-World Religion
He referred to a “collision of cultures” that was challenging each country and called for world citizens to reject religious fundamentalism and racism.
“That’s a truism. That global integration has led to a clash of cultures. Trade, migration, the internet, all these things can challenge and unsettle our most cherished identities,” he said, alluding to France’s burkini laws and Muslim clashes with France’s offensive cartoons.
What I hear: Any religion that does not go along with the UN’s view of religion will be considered “fundamentalist.” Note: Fundamentalism is neither “good” nor “bad;” Fundamentalism means “strict adherence to the basic principles of any subject or discipline.” What determines if a religion is good or bad for society is the ideology that forms the basis of that religion.
In other words, we can cast ourselves as “co-workers with God.”
“Time and again human beings have believed they finally arrived at a period of enlightenment only to repeat cycles of conflict and suffering,” he said. “Perhaps that’s our fate.”
But he explained that young educated people gave him hope and optimism about the future, as they could shed old social and cultural norms to fight for progress.
He cited his own multi-racial and multicultural background as proof that the world could improve.
“My own family is made up of the flesh and blood and traditions and cultures and face from a lot of different parts of the world, just as America’s been built by immigrants from every shore,” he said.
Rather than oppose immigrants and refugees, Obama said, it was important for leaders to help everybody in the world with their problems.
“This is what I believe that all of us can be co-workers with God, and our leadership and our governments and this United Nations should reflect this irreducible truth,” he said.
What I hear: If the people of the world will heed the President and his ally’s in moving towards this new cultural utopia, we are doing God’s work. The Kingdom of Man is the goal – not the Kingdom of God.
What are your thoughts?