Postmodern Deconstruction on a Global Scale

During the past two decades postmodern reforms among virtually all nations worldwide have rapidly increased. Considerable tension is caused in society as the old order yields under pressure and starts conforming to the demands of the emerging new world order. The tension arises from the fact that many people remain committed to the principles and beliefs of the old order, and for that reason regard the sweeping reforms of postmodern society as unacceptable and resist them. The main objection against the emerging new order is that it is humanistic and antichristian, without clearly defined objectives, and without fixed moral anchors. Nevertheless, the majority of people support the reforms which have already become an unstoppable force for change.

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The End-time Satanic World Order

It is evident that the history of humanity has progressed full-circle and now ends where it all began. We are once again faced with a well planned and satanically driven rebellion against God and His kingdom in a bid to usurp all power on earth. It was always Satan’s objective to corrupt humanity spiritually and morally by offering them an alternative kingdom in which they can give free reign to their sinful lusts. Throughout the ages he made various attempts to destroy God’s kingdom on earth in order to establish his own kingdom in its place without any further resistance.

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The War Between Two Kingdoms

The two great spiritual realities which face all of us are God’s kingdom and Satan’s kingdom. The Triune God has supreme authority over the universe, and He is served by a large number of angels and humans. The devil’s counterfeit kingdom arose from a prehistoric rebellion against God’s kingdom, and in its composition it shows clear signs of imitating the kingdom of God. The following is a comparative table of the two kingdoms:

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International Intervention in Libya, and the NWO

The UN supported military action against Libya is typical of the emerging New World Order (NWO). A very conspicuous aspect of the present situation is that the joint action against Libya has been requested by a combination of Western and Arab countries – a first of its kind. A news reader of the Qatar based Aljazeera even rudely corrected one of their reporters when she said that the military action was a Western response to Gaddafi’s violence against his own people. He reminded her that the Arab nations as represented by the Arab League have fully endorsed the UN resolution against Gaddafi, regardless of who physically executes the decision.

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A New World Order for a World Empire

Since 1989 when the former Soviet Union disintegrated into 15 independent republics, thereby greatly decreasing the threat of communist revolutions, the cold war between the capitalist West and the communist East made room for a common ideology – the new world order. This development not only brought the First and Second Worlds closer together, but the struggling Third World (particularly Africa) is rapidly uniting itself while asking for bigger aid packages from the international community and inclusion in a new world order.

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Canada and the New World Order

The following review of reforms towards a New World Order from a Canadian perspective is derived from articles written by Carl Teichrib. Much of his material has been included in Gary Kah’s’ book, The New World Religion, 1999. The last part of this review, “The Dangers of Globalisation”, was compiled by Johan Malan.

Maurice Strong is a Canadian-based United Nations Reformer who chairs a special task force which is devoted to this cause. He said that the post-cold war period, since 1990, has become nothing less than “a global experiment in international development.” Strong added that Canada is in a position to make a unique contribution to fulfilling the promise of sustained development made on the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. For this purpose, Canadians should adopt a new vision of their own future within the emerging context of international leadership. All the planetary citizens should be united under one world government to share the common vision of saving our planet and its natural resources from over-exploitation and extinction.

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Education for the New World Order

The United Nation’s Global Education Project is founded on Robert Muller’s Core Curriculum for the World. He was a former Assistant Secretary-general of the UN. This generic core curriculum for the world was compiled in 1982 when Dr. Muller was still attached to the UN. He was subsequently appointed chancellor of the University for Peace where he continued to promote his idea of a global education programme.

On an international, UN sponsored education conference in 1989, Muller said: “We need a new education system for the world. Global education, which is the education of learners in the universal home of the global village, is making good progress. But we should proceed beyond this point. We also need cosmic education, which is advocated by religious leaders such as Mary Montessori. We need a holistic educational system in which the relationship between our planet and the universe is taught.”

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Empowerment and Relocation of the UN

The United Nations (UN) is an inefficient and powerless body. Of its 191 member states, more than 20 are involved in wars which the UN is unable to end. The unilateral action of the US to attack Iraq without a UN mandate is the most recent evidence of the UN’s inability to handle world affairs. Influential leaders and opinion-formers in the world have now decided to reorganise and empower the UN. The organisation should not only be an observer but have control over a world peacekeeping force that will enable it to maintain peace by military means, if necessary.

In the international community there is a Quartet of world powers composed of the US, the UN, the EU and Russia, who regularly discuss world affairs by means of high-level representatives who are seeking solutions to global crises. According to information published on the US State Department’s website, the present focus of the Quartet’s discussions is on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and the dividing of Israel’s territory to provide for a Palestinian state, and also on the peaceful transition to a civil government in Iraq. High priority is given to these two matters with a view to solving them in the near future.

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