The Emerging New World Order
by Berit Kjos
“We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis…” :”(David Rockefeller speaking at the UN, Sept. 14, 1994. ‚ 109. )”: David Rockefeller
“I see a world of open borders, open trade and, most importantly, open minds; a world that celebrates the common heritage that belongs to all the world’s people…. I see a world building on the emerging new model of European unity. … [T]he United Nations is the place to build international support and consensus for meeting the other challenges we face…. the threats to the environment, terrorism… international drug trafficking… refugees…. [W]e must join together in a new compact — all of us — to bring the United Nations into the 21st century.” :”(George Bush, Address Before the 45th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York. October 1st, 1990, at www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=18883)”: Former President George H. W. Bush
“Globalization is not a random-walk process. It moves forward according to a tangible, coherent and well-planned strategy.” Patrick Wood, The Globalization Strategy
Why won’t our leaders enforce a simple, straight-forward immigration policy? Why doesn’t our government pull out of the United Nations? Why not abandon the ‚ planned US merger with Mexico and Canada? Why not…? ‚ In light of our American heritage, the questions all make sense!
But ‚ logical answers often ignore the grandiose dreams of the elite revolutionaries who drive the UN agenda. To them, it makes more sense to open our borders, invite illegal immigration, and risk rising lawlessness and terrorism. In fact, each such crisis becomes a potential instrument for change — a stepping stone toward Lord Tennyson’s envisioned “Federation of the world.”
“All we need is the right major crisis,”said David Rockefeller — one of the most powerful change agents behind the scenes, “and the nations will accept the New World Order.”
Former President George H. W. Bush echoed that assurance. “Out of these troubled times… a new world order can emerge,” :”(President H. W. Bush addressing Congress, September 11, 1990. A Critique and Chronology by Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.)”: he told Congress in a 1990 message aptly titled “Toward a New World Order.” Back then, the opportune crisis was the Gulf War. It helped build public acceptance for the global management system, which had already begun to replace American ” rights” with global rules.
The pace of change has quickened since then. As you saw in Part 1, our current president (like his two predecessors) has willingly surrendered Americans to a spreading web of UN declarations, treaties and policies that undermine our constitution. And America’s “human resources” are now molded, measured and monitored according to global standards for educational outcomes, “mental health,” “service learning,” and training for a global workforce. :”(www.crossroad.to/Books/BraveNewSchools/2-International.htm | www.crossroad.to/text/articles/MentalHealth2-99.html |www.crossroad.to/Books/BraveNewSchools/6-Service.html | www.crossroad.to/text/articles/HumanResources.html
Legal or not, migration is vital to this transformational process! Let’s look at some of its goals:
1. Replace national boundaries with open borders in a unified world.
Ancient monarchs understood the transformational power of mass migration. When the mighty Assyrians conquered Israel back in 722 BC, they resettled the land with people who had never heard the truths of God. Soon the blend of new settlers and local residents shifted the people’s collective loyalties to new gods and rulers.
This strategy still works! It may explain why globalist politician John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State in the Eisenhower administration) called for free, worldwide immigration in 1942. As chairman of a national conference held by the liberal Federal Council of Churches (precursor to the World Council of Churches), he introduced these goals:
- a world government of delegated powers
- immediate limitations on national sovereignty
- international control of all armies and navies
- a universal system of money [Revelation 13:17]
- worldwide freedom of immigration
- even distribution of the world’s natural wealth.” :”(Edgar C. Bundy, Collectivism in the Church (,1958), page 196-197, referring to the World Council of Churches’ 1954 Biannual Report, page to page 165.)”:
Even Time magazine seemed shocked by this blatant one-world socialism: “Some of the conference’s economic opinions were almost as sensational as the extreme internationalism of its political program. It held that a ” ˜new order of economic life is both imminent and imperative…. ‚ [T]he church must demand economic arrangements measured by human welfare.'” :”(Time, March 16, 1942. See Conforming the Church to the New Millennium at www.crossroad.to/text/articles/ConformingChurch1-00.html)”:
Alger Hiss , the most infamous leader within the Federal Council, was an active Communist and the publisher of the socialist magazine International Conciliation. That didn’t keep him from serving President Roosevelt in the State Department. Nor did it hinder his assignments as the first Secretary General of the United Nations (1945) — or as president of the multimillion dollar Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
2. ‚ Replace individual thinking with collective thinking
Western individualism has been thoroughly mocked and maligned by today’s leading change agents. No wonder, since free, factual thinking would slow their revolution. They can’t win their war unless they modify our minds. John Dewey, father of progressive education in America, described this psycho-social battle in his book, Democracy and Education.
“There is always a danger that increased personal independence will decrease the social capacity of an individual…. It often makes an individual so insensitive in his relations to others as to develop an illusion of being really able to stand and act alone — an unnamed form of insanity which is responsible for a large part of the remedial suffering of the world.” :”(John Dewey, Democracy and Education (The Macmillan Company, 1916), chapter 4. Referenced by Dennis Laurence Cuddy, Ph.D., in Chronology of Education With Quotable Quotes.)”:
Equating independent thinking with insanity, Dewey’s fighting words illustrate the heartless tactics of his totalitarian contemporaries. Stalin, Hitler and Mao didn’t hesitate to remediate ‚ or incarcerate resisters as mentally ill . And with the rise of the UN, these views were legitimized among the ruling elite. ‚ For example, Canadian psychiatrist Brock Chisholm became the first head of the World Health Organization (WHO). Notice how he presented “mental health” as a useful crisis in the following message, which would later be published by Alger Hiss:
“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.”
“For many generations we have bowed our necks to the yoke of the conviction of sin. We have swallowed all manner of poisonous certainties fed us by our parents….
“There is something to be said… for gently putting aside the mistaken old ways of our elders if that is possible. If it cannot be done gently, it may have to be done roughly or even violently.” :”(G. Brock Chisholm, “The Re-Establishment of Peacetime Society,” Psychiatry, February 1946. Later published by Alger Hiss. )”:
Half a century later, the same ideology was cloaked in less threatening language. In 1995, UNESCO issued a ‚ report titled, Our Creative Diversity. I read this book on my flight back from the 1996 UN Conference on Human Settlements in Istanbul. It stated:
“The challenge to humanity is to adopt new ways of thinking, new ways of acting, new ways of organizing itself in society, in short, new ways of living.” :”(UNESCO, Our Creative Diversity, UNESCO’s Commission on Culture and [human] Development, page 11. )”:
This message is staggering. Everything must be changed! Students must learn to embrace the “systems” view of reality. Our new “family” would be seen as the entire human race! And the key to success would be countless small groups around the world — all following occultist Georg Hegel‘s dialectic process.
Migration — especially from non-Western nations would be encouraged, for the dialectic process required social and spiritual diversity. ‚ Led by trained facilitators toward a pre-planned consensus, the group members must agree to seek “common ground” — an evolving “unity in diversity”. They must share their feelings, listen respectfully, respect all contrary views, and bend their own views to group opinion. Offensive facts and the Bible’s “poisonous certainties” would be banned, for these hinder group manipulation. [See Three kinds of group relationships]
Notice that diversity itself is not the problem. Andy and I tramped around the world in our younger days — paddling up the Nile on the mail boat, trucking through parts of Africa, sleeping on 4th class trains rumbling through India at night. Sometimes we were invited into homes — Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist or Christian. We shared our beliefs, and they shared theirs, but no one tried to merge the two.
That’s not UNESCO’s style. Its ways are best described by Peter Senge, an MIT guru to corporate managers and church leaders around the world. In his celebrated book, The Fifth Discipline, Dr. Senge writes, “…it should come as no surprise that the unhealthiness of our world today is in direct proportion to our inability to see it as a whole.” With that revealing introduction, he goes on to define “systems thinking.” Notice the reference to the psycho-social strategies needed for change:
“Systems thinking is a discipline for seeing wholes. It is a framework for seeing interrelationship rather than things.’… It is also a set of specific tools and techniques…. [T]hese tools have been applied to understand a wide range of corporate, urban, regional, economic, political, ecological and even psychological systems. :”(Peter M. Senge, The Fifth Discipline (Doubleday, 1994), pages 68-69. )”:
Dr. Senge also co-authored the report, “Communities of Commitment: The Heart of Learning Organizations.” It highlights the crisis of “fragmentation” that keeps people from trading “divisive” Biblical views for a more systemic or holistic perspective.:
“Fragmentation, competition, and reactiveness are not problems to be solved — they are frozen patterns of thought to be dissolved. The solvent we propose is a new way of thinking, feeling, and being…. ‚ In the new systems worldview, we move from the primacy of pieces to the primacy of the whole, from absolute truths to coherent interpretations, from self to community.” :”(Kofman, Fred Senge, Peter M., “Communities of Commitment: The Heart of Learning Organizations” at http://deming.eng.clemson.edu/pub/tqmbbs/prin-pract/comcom.txt)”:
From absolute truth” to what? A global community that bans God’s Word?
3. ‚ Replace “divisive” Biblical absolutes with “helpful” universal values.
When applied to religion, the “new ways of thinking” means setting aside our old “narrow” beliefs for the sake of unity. ‚ For this to happen, Christianity must either bend or break, yet even church leaders are imposing these psycho-social strategies on their unsuspecting followers. In fact, many Christians now believe this new “systems thinking” fits God’s purpose for humanity. Echoing the message of UNESCO and Dr. Senge, ” America’s pastor” Pastor Rick Warren tells us,
“It’s all about the global glory of God! We intend to leverage the attention that the Purpose Driven Life has garnered to bring about a whole new way of thinking and acting in the church about our responsibility in the world.” :”(Rick Warren, www.saddleback.com/home/todaystory.asp?id=6213. See also Creating Community: 40 Days of Change through a New Way of Thinking )”:
This “responsibility in the world” must focus on humanitarian service, which we will discuss in Part 3. But first, ponder Rick Warren’s tone and suggestion in the recent article, “What to do when your church hits a plateau?” Apparently, he was asked how to handle obstacles to change. In his answer, he points to the new way of thinking and acting:
“…some people are going to have to die or leave. Moses had to wander around the desert for 40 years while God killed off a million people before he let them go into the Promised Land. That may be brutally blunt, but it’s true. There may be people in your church who love God sincerely, but who will never, ever change…. [Does Pastor Warren believe that he, as if like God, can simply dispose of people who question his clever marketing strategies?]
“People ask, ‘Is it easier to start new churches, or is it easier to take existing churches and turn them around?’ My answer is this: ‘It’s always easier to have babies than to raise the dead.’…
“…pray for an extra amount of patience. People change very slowly. They are resistant to change because they recognize that life as they’ve known it will cease to exist….
“…move with the movers…. Find out who the legitimizers are; the ones who are willing to go for change…. Build your vision in them.” :”(Rick Warren, “What to do when your church hits a plateau” at www.pastors.com/RWMT/default.asp?id=263&artid=4533&expand=1)”:
Did you notice that the purpose-driven change agents are on the “good” side? ‚ People like us who question the new marketing strategies are the ones who must “die or leave.” [ See Spirit-Led or Purpose-Driven: Dealing with Resisters ]
Keep in mind, this mind-changing system has no tolerance for God’s divisive Truth. Unless Christianity blends with other religions through diversity, dialogue and deconstruction (compromising or tearing down old beliefs) our globalist leaders will continue to face resistance. That’s why Federico Mayor, former head of UNESCO used yet another crisis to fuel revolutionary fervor:
“The mission of UNESCO… is that of advancing… international peace and the common welfare…. We have witnessed… the resurgence of nationalism, the growth of fundamentalism and of religious and ethnic intolerance. The roots of exclusion and hatred have shown themselves even deeper and more tenacious than we had feared… Peace… requires, in the words of the [UN] Constitution, ‘the intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind.’… We must prevent, anticipate, be in a watchtower” ¦ apply the treatment timely.” :”(Federico Mayor, former Director-General of UNESCO, “Education and Human Development,” UNESCO, 1993. Quoting Edgar Faure, president, The International Commission on the Development of Education, in its 1972 report, “Learning to be.” This information was available at ‚ UNESCO’s Education and Human Development website seven years ago: www.unesco.org/education/educprog/brochure/002.html)”:
As hostility toward Biblical Christianity grows in America, these words of Jesus are becoming increasingly relevant:
“If you were of the world,the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you…. ‚ If they persecuted Me they will persecute you… for they do not know the One who sent Me.” ‚ John 15:19-21
“…the time is coming that whoever kills you will think that he offers God service. And these things they will do to you because they have not known the Father nor Me.” John 16:2-3