"In the economic-technological field, some international cooperation has already been achieved, but further progress will require greater American sacrifices. More intensive efforts to shape a new world monetary structure will have to be undertaken, with some consequent risk to the present relatively favorable American position." --Zbigniew Brzezinski, CFR member and founding member of the Trilateral Commission, and National Security Advisor to five presidents
"There must be a thoroughgoing reform of the world monetary system ... For its part, I can assure you, the United States will continue to rise to its world responsibilities, joining with other nations to create and participate in a modern world economic order." --President Richard Nixon, CFR member, 1972
In my last post, we looked at how we came into this economic collapse, and the players who made it happen. In this post, I want to get to what is happening and possibly going to happen in the economy. Does it, and other issues have anything to do with the Bible, and how we are headed towards the One World Government, which will usher in the person the Bible calls the Antichrist.
I had a few people point out that there is greed on both sides of the political isle, and I wholly agree. Both parties of our government have had their own agendas that they want to pass off onto the rest of us. Although the latest economic mess has in large part been brought about by liberal democrats, and now their solution is to fix it with socialist measures, there are many on both sides who want to see this develop into a new world wide economic program where there are no more individual countries or country rights. This will be the new multicultural, global system that many people have dreamed about for decades. Am I the only one who finds it ironic that many secular people who have no professed faith in any religious system, or even those who profess to be Christian, who don't believe in the end time prophecies of the Bible, are the ones who are bringing about these prophecies? People like myself who believe the Bible as the Literal Word of God, and who believe the prophecies written in the Bible are literal events which have, are or will happen have been labeled by some liberal christians, other religious people, secular and atheists as fanatics, dangerous and delusional for our beliefs. It's amazing to me that they refuse to read the prophecies to see that these days are practically ripped from the Bible, yet mock those of us who believe in the Words written as they are.
So, how exactly is this all leading to the One World Government? Sure things are happening that no one would have ever believed could happen, but it's just a coincidence right? It's just stuff going on, but it will get fixed and things will return to normal right? WRONG.
Let's look at some scenarios in our economics that could possibly happen within the next couple of years first, and then we'll see how these things could set us up perfectly for a small elite group to take things over for the "betterment" of all mankind.
Paul Mladjenovic, who wrote an article called "America's Coming Financial Vortex” last November 26, 2008, predicts that the current conditions (which we looked at in the last post) will help lay the groundwork for this financial vortex. He predicts an inflationary depression that will be evident by 2010. Because of the latest socialist stimulus package, the feds will have to control the finances by increasing taxes and "create" money, in other words, print more money. He predicts that soon we will be seeing trillions of new dollars flooding the economy in the coming months which will probably cause the stock market and some economic indicators to rise and give the illusion of economic health during early 2009. This will make many people assume that our economic situation is getting better. People will think that government intervention worked. In reality, the government, in an attempt to revive consumption and job creation will increase the money supply by an order of magnitude never seen before in this country. Seeing the inflation rate soar to 20% and beyond during 2010 (or 2011) is a solid bet.
He also sees unemployment in the private sector soar into double-digits by 2010, saying " As the recession morphs into a depression and as the government grows partly as a “solution” to economic difficulties, the increased burdens of government (taxes, controls, spending, etc.) will grow to burdensome levels for both consumers and businesses. Government spending on unemployment benefits and “make work” projects will soar to address the large job losses in the private sector. Right now you should re-assess your job, your company and your industry to see if you are at risk."We are already seeing more state and municipal governments asking for bailouts. Mladjenovic sees much more of this, saying " During 1995-2008, many state and local governments over-extended themselves. Because they thought that good times (and housing booms) would last indefinitely, they took on more spending and more borrowing. Many of these jurisdictions will be forced into either spending cuts, higher taxes or both. Some will be forced into bankruptcy. Because of these events, there will be some areas that will experience social unrest due to difficult financial conditions."
He talks about commodities being in the next leg of their long-term bull market starting in 2009. "Commodities such as oil, grains, precious metals, etc. had a great upleg in early 2008 and then had a brutal correction during the second half. Although much of it is attributed to deflation and “demand destruction”, these conditions are short-lived. Why? Two basic reasons; shortages (supply destruction) and rising inflation. Since government policy makers will make every effort to avert an economic contraction, they will flood the economy with inflation and renewed government spending. The bottom line is that conditions are ripe for commodities to resume their bull market and reach new highs during 2009-2010. As an offshoot of this, you will also see conflicts across the globe tied to natural resources as countries with growing populations need more food, water, etc."
We will see oil hit $200 as Peak oil becomes obvious to all during 2009-2012. Don’t be fooled by the recent drop in oil from $147 in the summer of 2008 to $50 during November 2008. We've already seen the prices go up and down, but OPEC talks about cutting supplies, and with Russia playing a new role in gas and oil, also as governments across the globe seek to address the wants needs of their growing populations, there will be aggressive competition for the world’s limited resources. Natural resources will be seen as strategic as well as economic. America needs to go full-bore toward energy independence since we will have no choice. This energy crisis will be very difficult to get through and will cause tremendous social and economic difficulty.
If he is right, or even if some of these don't come about, I still see much of it as highly possible due to the "quick" fixes the government seems to think will work- all the while ignoring what will happen a few years down the road. While they may seem to be avoiding thinking about what effects their stimulus plan and attempts to grow government, I believe they are fully aware of the consequences and are putting things into place to where people will have no choice as to accept a new "union" either of North American countries or along with the European union. Think about it. It's not much of a stretch. The main population of this country had no control over the mess that we're in now. Most people were busily working, saving, planning ahead etc. All of a sudden, for reasons beyond our control, financial big wigs and politicians allow greed and politics to bring down the housing, banking, state and industrial markets! Now how much say to we the people have about this stimulus package? None. So, when things get worse in the next few years- when inflation hits because the feds had to find a way to make money to pay for this, when they raise taxes on corporations, large, medium and eventually small businesses to afford this, when OPEC nations decide to cut oil production, and any other scenario which is possible, how much will we the people have a say in when Obama or the next president (of either party) decides to join with a North American Union? Nada. We'll be saying Au revoir and Adios to The United States of America and saying Bonjour and Buenos Dios to the North American State, which will be subject to the globalist bureaucrats in groups such as the UN and others.
Next post we'll look into the calls for nationalizing banks and financial institutions, the forming of global markets, global governance, global media and the one world order. It's going to be a wild ride the next few years. Until then- keep your eyes and ears open for more talk about the so called fairness doctrine which is coming soon, and return of the hate (thoughts) crime bill.