The Satanic New World Order
A great place to start this topic is one of George Washington’s statements:
“Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are ‘indispensable’ supports.” [Farewell Address, September, 1796].
In short, Washington’s principle of government was that it is impossible to govern the world without God and then the Bible! Regardless of the context or what he intended to say in this statement it is both true and right. However, this hasn’t stopped a cabal of writers, leaders and advisors from direct attempts to overturn this truth. H. G. Wells, Winston Churchill, Jimmy Carter, Robert Kennedy, Richard Nixon, David Rockefeller, Mikhail Gorbachev, George Bush, George W. Bush, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and a great many more in a great many different ways have pleaded the case for a “New World Order” or in a way more understanding the masses, “World Government”. Henry Kissinger made the case that, “There is a need for a new world order”. The biblical prophecy states clearly that as we near the end of the age and judgement looms that we will indeed be under the sway of a deception that has placed the man of perdition in the seat of God and as righteous instead of with an intent to murder the world. The bible tells us that rather than turning to God and his promise of salvation and moral codes, men will turn to a leader (Psalm 2.2).
The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and his anointedPsalm 2.2
To understand the end time world government one’ need only to look at biblical prophetic man. The prophet Daniel saw a vision of a great statue (Dan 2.31-35) and was told its interpretation (Dan 2.36-43). The statue symbolised four great empires that would reign over Israel. The vision is not concerned with most of the nations (or empires) of history, but only with those nations that had, or will have, a direct impact upon Israel. Historically these were the Babylonian, Medo-Persian, Greek and Roman empires, the Roman Empire being symbolised by the statue’s legs of iron. Some see the iron legs symbolising the eastern and western empires of ancient Rome.
Note that the vision sees only four great empires, and these decrease in ‘quality’ with time (symbolised by gold, silver, brass and iron). Again, only four great empires are seen in Daniel’s second vision:
“And four great beasts came up from the sea, each different from the other.” (Dan 7.3)
Daniel sees four great beasts arising from the ‘sea’ of humanity (Dan 7.1-8), and again these can be identifed as the Babylonian, Medo-Persian, Greek and Roman Empires. But now there is a hint that the fourth beast maybe something else besides historic Rome. It was different from the other beasts; it had ten horns and it devoured the whole earth (Dan 7.7,23). The vision here appears to extend to the end of the present age.