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By Clyde Harkins | Wake the Church | Jan. 18, 2011
Increasing it seems that individuals and nations are being subjected to one crises after another. America and Europe currently are in the beginning of a financial/monetary crises. In my lifetime, Americans have lived through many crises such as the fear of the atom bomb, the Cold War and the threat of Communism, the Cuban Missile crisis, President Kennedy's assassination, the Vietnam War, and the 1970's energy shortage. More recently, crises such have Y2K, global warming, the 9/11 terrorist strike on America, or the promotion of the false idea that man is creating too much carbon dioxide have dominated the news and thus the minds of many people.
It is true that the "wiring" of the world completed during Y2K has resulted in more awareness on the part of people of each crisis. Does this explain the constant fear that government officials promote in the media? The evidence from the statements of numerous world leaders or their agents seems to support a plan to create fear in the world population, particularly in what is considered the first world countries. When Jesus said that the true condition of a man's heart comes out of his mouth, He was telling His followers a profound truth. For example, when the Club of Rome (150 of the super wealthy and/or the powerful) in 1993 said, "in searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviors that they can be overcome. The real enemy is humanity itself."
Or as Prince Phillip said when asked about what he would want to be when he was reincarnated. His answer was that he would want to be a virus that infects humanity. He has been a supporter of a drastic reduction in the earth's population. Wow, human beings are apparently the "enemy of their agenda" and the inference is that many of us need to be killed. If this is what some prominent elites say is their agenda, should people not believe them? What do they say in private meetings that we don't know about? Their war as indicated in the above quotes is on humanity, and is fundamentally not only a war on us, but a war on God.
Or what is the real agenda when Obrien in the book "1984" tells Winston Smith, "it does not matter whether the war is real or not or whether its purpose is victory? We must have war to serve our interest." What is the agenda when David Rockefeller said, "all we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order"? The evidence from these statements and others leads many to believe that there is a much more profound agenda being promoted by the kings of the earth. This agenda has eternal repercussions for every human being. King David speaks of the rebellion of the kings of the earth (now called the ruling class or the elites) against God in Psalm 2.
The agenda of the kings of the earth is facilitated by crisis creation. They know that crises are very effective "social engineering" and cause people to accept their agenda. They are using what is called the Hegelian Dialectic in which they create a crisis or problem called the thesis, a solution called the antithesis, and the achievement of their purpose or goal(s) which is called the synthesis. The use of the dialectic is Satanic at the root. After all Satan's rebellion against God and his temptation of Adam and Eve achieved his intent which was to separate them from the eternal joy that God the Father had prepared for those who love Him. However, God the Father countered Satan by asking His Son to redeem those who responded to His offer of salvation.
The ultimate agenda of Satan and many of the the kings of the earth is to separate each individual from the purpose which God had ordained from eternity for every person, that is what the nuns and the Baltimore Catechism taught me as the answer to the following question. Why did God create me? The answer was, "God created me to love Him and be with Him in heaven for all eternity."
Jesus told His followers to not fear those who can kill the body, but to instead fear those who can kill both body and spirit. The kings of the earth and their agents in every institution have been motivated by a single purpose, that is the hatred of God. Sad as this may be, don't be fooled by the wicked one or his agents and their use of a very sophisticated, beguiling technique call the dialectic, because Hell is separation from the Creator and sustainer of the very substance of your being.