Love Not the New World Order  - A Study

To Honor Jesus Christ, Glorify God, Encourage Believers, & Warn All
Est 03-16-2003 Changed 06-12-2005

This information is offered with the hope that YOU can come to KNOW the Lord personally.

Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world.  If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.        - 1 John 2:15
The question before us today - what is the object of our love?  Where is our hope placed?  Is it in our jobs?  Is our hope in our possessions?  Is our hope in our retirement? Is our hope in our comfortable life?  Is our hope in our businesses?  Is our hope in our houses?  Is our hope in our cars?  Is our hope in our church?  Is our hope in our democratic government?  Is our hope in our economy?  Is our hope in a peaceful and prosperous world?  Is our hope in the freedoms we enjoy?  Is our hope in our past times, entertainment, and pleasure?

Do we believe that all the world's problems will be fixed by MEN and that the world will continue to progress toward a utopian state of prosperity and freedom for all?
 The question here is - do we believe in God (and God's view of men ) or do we believe in men and the works of men?

Remember, obey the Bible, obey the law, give honor to whom honor is due, esteem others above self, pray, if possible live peaceably with all men, be content with what you have, be thankful, do not expect the world to be reformed-improved-blessed or made "christian" and let the Lord guide you into the patient waiting for His soon return.  Always remember that except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it. Remember that all of us are sinners and we are all in need of a savior.  Man, apart from faith in the work of Jesus Christ on the cross, is - by nature - the enemy of God.  It is trusting in man, and not the Lord, that has brought man to this point in history.  All of us will bow the knee to confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.  Will we do this freely now or will we do it when it is too late? 

This study is dedicated to the LORD JESUS CHRIST, the coming King.  It is written with the hope that believers will be edified by the evidence herein of His soon return and the amazing truth, accuracy, and complete reliability of the King James Bible, the Word of God. If the Lord is willing, perhaps He will bring some who read this to be saved.  For all it is my hope that some will return to the Bible and be awakened to the sobering reality of God's IMMINENT unfolding of the AWESOME events in the Book of REVELATION.  Even so, come Lord Jesus.

Before you proceed, you may need to read about antichrist-type thinking , a thing which all of us should be careful to avoid.

              Can the Intellectual Elite Be Counted on to Justify World Order Policies?

There are two examples on this webpage, Zbigniew Brezinski's 1997 book and Huntington's 1996 book.  These are just two examples.

It is impossible to tell if Brezinski's book is a justification for the Iraq war and its aftermath or if it is an explanation of it (written in advance).  But, regardless, to those in the East, his book must take arrogancy to a new level.  Even its title is threatening to nations in the East..

Mr Brezinski says we are to have "American Primacy" and he provides justification for eastward expansion.  In fact, he says we have a "Geostrategic Imperative" to do so.  

THE GRAND CHESSBOARD - American Primacy And It's Geostrategic Imperatives, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Basic Books, 1997

"The public supported America's engagement in World War II largely because of the shock effect of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. "

"But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public's sense of domestic well-being"

"Moreover, as America becomes an increasingly multicultural society, it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstances of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat. ... In the absence of a comparable external challenge, American society may find it much more difficult to reach agreement regarding foreign policies ... that still require an enduring and sometimes costly imperial engagement."

"The last decade of the 20th century has witnessed a tectonic shift in world affairs. For the first time ever, a non-Eurasian power has emerged, not only as the key arbiter of Eurasian power relations, but also as the world's paramount power. The defeat and collapse of the Soviet Union was the final step in the rapid ascendance of a Western Hemisphere power, the United States, as the sole--indeed, the first truly global power.

"Whether it represents the emergence of a dominant and antagonistic Eurasian power, remains central to America's capacity to exercise global primacy. Eurasia is thus the chessboard on which the struggle for global primacy continues to be played, and that struggle involves geostrategy, the strategic management of geopolitical interests."

According to his resume Brzezinski, holding a 1953 Ph.D. from Harvard, lists the following achievements:
Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies Professor of American Foreign  Policy, Johns Hopkins University National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter (1977-81)
Trustee and founder of the Trilateral Commission
International advisor of several major US/Global corporations
Associate of Henry Kissinger
Under Ronald Reagan - member of NSC-
Defense Department Commission on Integrated Long-Term Strategy Under Ronald Reagan -
member of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
Past member, Board of Directors, The Council on Foreign Relations
1988 - Co-chairman of the Bush National Security Advisory Task Force.
Brzezinski is also a past attendee and presenter at several conferences of the Bilderberger group

Eurasia is the area surrounding Iraq and includes all the "stans".  Pakistan, Khazakstan, Turkey, Iran, etc.

From the website we find-

          Nurturing this " stable peace" [from the fall of the Soviet Union] and expanding it eastward represent but one move in Brzezinski’s  geostrategic chess match. The prize is global primacy, and the playing field is Eurasia.  

 "A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world’s three most advanced and economically
     productive regions.

  However, Brzezinski is quick to point out that US domination of Eurasia is not only in America’s best interests, but is, in fact, in the interest of the international community. Brzezinski quotes Samuel P. Huntington’s assertion that,

"A world without US primacy will be a world with more violence and disorder and less democracy and
economic growth than a world where the United States continues to have more influence than any other country in shaping global affairs.

     For Brzezinski, engagement is the only choice:

     "Short of a deliberate or unintentional American abdication, the only real alternative to American
     global leadership in the foreseeable future is international anarchy.

          The subject of NATO expansion inevitably leads to the question of Russia. Straddling the
     Eurasian continent, deprived of nearly all its former superpower glory, economically devastated,
     politically adrift—Russia today poses a unique challenge to American geostrategy. According to
     Brzezinski, the question for the US remains, "How to encourage Russian democratic transformation
     and economic recovery while avoiding the reemergence of a Eurasian empire that could obstruct
     the American geostrategic goal of shaping a larger Euro-Atlantic (sic) system." Enlarging that
     system will quickly encroach on territory historically within the Soviet or Russian sphere of influence, the so-called "near         abroad." As has already been noted, with the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, "the
     former satellite states of Central Europe…(are) rapidly gravitating toward NATO and the European
     Union." Although, given the difficulties associated with qualifying for NATO or EU membership,
     rapid expansion is unlikely, in the interim nations will find themselves "left in an ambiguous status for
     a period of years." How then will NATO or the EU bring these states into the fold without alienating
     Russia? Christopher Jones, in an article in Problems of Post-Communism, points out one common
     fear: "What the Russians will see on their borders is not NATO civil-military relations but NATO
     military forces." Brzezinski agrees that many Russians, particularly former "cold-warriors" in the
     military, view "NATO expansion not as an integral part of Europe’s own growth but rather as the
    advance toward Russia of an American-led and still hostile alliance." Other Russians worry that
     Russia will be "left outside of Europe, ostracized politically, and considered unworthy of
     membership in the institutional framework of European civilization."

Brzezinski’s worst-case scenario of an "antihegemonic" coalition pits Russia, Iran, and China
    against US-led transatlantic Europe. But while such a coalition could indeed disrupt US
     geostrategic goals, it is unlikely to develop unless "the United States is shortsighted enough to
     antagonize China and Iran simultaneously."

The last paragraph (the worst-case scenario) sounds exactly like Bible prophecies.

The Magog invasion (by Russia or the Central Asian Islamic coalition) of the Middle east as described in Ezekiel 38-39.
The 200,000,000 man army of the "kings of the east" described in the Book of Revelation.

That a consortium of nations may soon emerge to compete with the United States is apparent.
from the website-
we read how that the "kings of the east" may emerge-

Russian President Putin planning to glue together the most powerful superpower coalition in the world - India, China, Russia and Brazil
Sudhir Chadda, Special Correspondent
November 10, 2004

Russian President Putin is taking a lead role in putting together the most powerful coalition of regional and superpowers in the world. The coalition consists of India, China, Russia and Brazil. This will challenge the superpower supremacy of America as well as the European Union. The Chinese are concerned about American and European influence over the world. So is India, Brazil and Russia. Russians need Brazil badly. Brazil is in South America in the American corridor. According to Startfor, a strategic think tank, when Russian President Vladimir Putin visits Brazil Nov. 21-23, he likely will talk economic issues with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva. However, Putin has bigger ambitions: He wants to establish a long-term Russian footprint in Latin America in order to expand Moscow's geopolitical influence in the region. Brazil is very open to the coalition concept where these large countries support each other in term of trade, economics, international politics and defense.

According other think tanks, this coalition will have an overwhelming influence over the United Nations. Russia and China are permanent members of the security council. India and Brazil are in the process of becoming the same. In terms of population, the coalition will have three quarters of the world population, largest amount of natural resources and largest pool of technical and scientific talent.

end 11-21-2004


from the website-
we read of the emerging threat of China.

China is threat U.S. must take very seriously

America is `main enemy,' being targeted militarily, economically

Tribune Media Services

America's understandable preoccupation with terrorism and Iraq may have obscured the gathering threat of China as a formidable adversary.

At an Asian security conference in Singapore, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld last week delivered what some called an unusually blunt critique of China. Rumsfeld said Beijing's military spending threatens Asia's delicate security balance. Instead of spending so much on weapons, Rumsfeld said, China should emphasize political freedom and open markets.

"Since no nation threatens China," said Rumsfeld, "one wonders why this growing (military) investment?" The answer is that rather than feeling threatened, China intends to threaten others.

In a brilliant new book by the late Constantine Menges, Ph.D., titled "China: The Gathering Threat," the former special assistant for national security affairs to President Reagan and national intelligence officer at the CIA soberly outlines the threat China has become and persuasively argues how America can use its economic and moral weapons to stop the world's biggest nation without a shot being fired.

Menges writes that China has defined America as its "main enemy" and can now launch nuclear weapons at the United States that are capable of killing 100 million of us. China's effective espionage operation in the U.S. has managed to steal the designs of nearly all nuclear warheads and other military secrets, he says.

China has threatened to destroy entire American cities if the U.S. helps Taiwan defend itself against a military assault or invasion, Menges writes. China also buys weapons from Russia that are designed to sink U.S. aircraft carriers. It controls more than $200 billion in U.S. debt and sells more than 40 percent of its exports to America, using the profits to strengthen its economy and advanced weapons systems aimed at the U.S.

Until recently, U.S. policy has been to give China access to U.S. markets in hopes that might reduce tensions and hasten democratic reform. It has done no such thing. Menges argues it is time to try another approach.

[advocates a missile defense systm]

Without a working missile defense system, he writes, the increased number of warheads and missiles now available and under construction will make the Chinese threat substantial -- he estimates by 2008, China will have more than 400 warheads capable of reaching U.S. territory.

Menges believes in "the importance of forthrightly informing the world about U.S. interests and actions. Truth is indeed the best policy." He thinks the U.S. often fails to respond to charges by China and Russia that America seeks world domination.

He says we should be telling the world it is China and Russia that are spreading weapons of mass destruction and China's actions "demonstrate that while pursuing active commercial diplomacy to enhance its economic development and mostly avoiding visible conflict, China is also an expansionist, coercive, manipulative dictatorship."

As anyone who has bought anything can attest, the United States is fulfilling one of Lenin's doctrines by purchasing the rope with which the communists plan to hang us. Too many things sold in America are made in China and too many corporations have moved their plants and operations to China, undermining the U.S. domestic economy. [duh-huh, and the Republican party is leading the way.  Is there really a pro-American in the Senate who is not bought and paid for by business interests?  It seems that transferring the productive capacity of the US to China is our policy.  No wonder the "merchants" weep when all this comes crashing down in Revelation chapter 18.]

One of many countermeasures Menges recommended is the expulsion of all companies that function as fronts for the Chinese People's Liberation Army or other military or intelligence-related entities in China, Russia or any other nonallied state. Hundreds of such front companies in Southern California alone are estimated to exist.

Rumsfeld's remarks and Menges' book reveal China's commitment to expanding its empire by intimidation and force, and how the U.S. had better take China's seriousness seriously if we are to repel it.

Rev 9:16 And the number of  the army of the horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand:

Rev 16:12 And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.

End 06-12-2005

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