A Proposal for a One-world “Democratic” Government

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The New American: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders,” said Hillary Clinton in a paid 2013 speech. But while we only learned of these comments courtesy of WikiLeaks, some dream bigger and more openly — such as Peter Schurman, founder of One Global Democracy. Interviewed on the December 6 edition of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, he boldly laid out his vision: a world without countries, where every adult gets a vote to determine how you will live.

That means the voting age population among 1.4 billion Chinese, 1.3 billion Indians, 1.2 billion Africans and 1.8 billion Muslims (yes, there’s some overlap there) — the vast majority of the world — would largely determine policies governing 330 million people living in the former United States. Of course, though, eliminating borders would mean we’d perhaps end up with one billion living in the former United States.

But never fear. When Carlson mentioned that “global democracy” may not work because people are very different and asked if Schurman wanted Chinese, with whom he had “nothing in common,” making decisions for him, the utopian replied “You’d be surprised, actually. If you look at international polling data, it is really surprising how much in common we have with people all over the world” (video below). Perhaps. But as ex-intelligence officer Ralph Peters put it, “It’s the differences that kill you, though.”

Opinion: A survey, carried out by ComRes on behalf of the Stockholm based group Global Challenges Foundation found that on average, close to three quarters (71%) of the general public wish to see the creation of a new “supranational organisation to make enforceable global decisions” about major threats to humanity.

In every single country, over 60% of respondents said they wished to see a global government to tackle such issues as climate change, disease pandemics, artificial intelligence turning against humanity, weapons of mass destruction, natural disaster, and asteroids. source…

The US voted 67% for globalism.

From Babylon to Rome global government always turns wicked. From the Tower of Babel to the early church selling indulgences, religious domination turned wicked as well. God always frustrates men’s plans for global domination.

But one day, possibly very soon, a new and different leader will emerge who will provide a new plan for government that will amaze the world. He will appeal to both Jew and Gentile and since the church of Jesus Christ will have vanished, only a few will know that evil has arrived.

That is not fiction, it is in your Bible:

  • Rev. 6:1-2: A leader carrying a bow with no arrows with a message of peace …
  • Dan. 7:20 –  A fourth kingdom on earth, which shall be different from all others …
  • Dan. 9:27 –  he shall confirm a covenant (peace) with many for one week (7 years) …
  • 2 Thess. 4:16-18 – We who are alive shall be caught in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.

This empire will dominate globally with unmatched political and religious power that God will allow for 7 years. In the middle of the 7 years the political leader will demand worship.

The world could be one shake up away of getting what it wants.

“For thus says the Lord of hosts: ‘Once more (it is a little while) I will shake heaven and earth, the sea and dry land.” Haggai 2:6