A Grand Design Made to Order (Part I: King of the Mountain)
By: Guest Authors
By: Debra Rae
In our age of constant crisis, world citizens yearn for â€œglobal security,â€ peace, and harmony that transnational federal government alone is said to offer. But the one-world agenda is by no means new. Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, and Rome all gave it a whirl under the likes of Nimrod, Nebuchadnezzar, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, and Napoleon (among others).
Throughout history, each tyrant touted his own designer brand of global governance; each fell short of the prize. In less than a year, for example, Hitler and his henchmen effectively enslaved and dominated most of Europe, but in the end failed to accomplish the thousand-year Third Reich.
A presently emerging New World Order inspires endless speculation as to its source, nature, timeline, and ultimate fate. Though dubious conspiracy theories abound in the tradition of long-debunked Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, naysayers agree nonetheless that globalism defines twenty-first century reality. Activists call for local action on behalf of the global community.
While illuminists herald a planetary shift to a new age of elevated consciousness, and bio-regionalists advance the cause of â€œplanethood,â€ internationalists labor to birth a Novus Ordo Seclorum (â€œNew Secular World Order of the Agesâ€). The Bible prophesies yet another future world rule distinguished by an universal religion, economic dominance, and some sort of self-ruling republic known popularly as â€œdemocratic trans-nationalismâ€ or globalism.
The true â€œMother of all Dictators,â€ known as the Antichrist (one who stands against and in place of the Messiah), will assume its headship, but thankfully not for long. Once the time is up for this would-be â€œking of the mountain,â€ Christians anticipate (and can expect) a millennial rule and reign under Jesus Christ Himself. Theirs promises to be a theocratic world order reflective of the Garden of Eden.
In contrast, Wahabi Muslims seek one-world dominance under Shariah Islamic law. Osama bin Laden is a self-proclaimed adherent of Wahabism, representing a sort of revivalist mega-fundamentalism on steroids, if you will.Â¹
Globalism by Definition
In brief, globalism is a collectivist, one-world state that supplants biblical belief with alleged enlightenment, pluralism, and world law. Globalists peddle their wares with undeliverable promise of an emerging egalitarian utopia that John Lennon himself could â€œonly imagine.â€
Cosmic citizens join dreamers, as Lennon, in visualizing a brotherhood of man living as one and therefore finding nothing to kill and die for (especially not religion).Â² Smitten by the bug of â€œpolitical cosmopolitanism,â€ global citizens willingly pledge allegiance, not to their nation-state of origin or residence, but rather to the world community at large and the euphonious vision it represents.
In the name of justice, globalization speaks specifically to redistribution of the worldâ€™s wealth but, then, concentrates that wealthâ€”and powerâ€”into the hands of few. Head honchos are strategically postured to manage the worldâ€™s huddled massesâ€”all â€œyearning to breathe free,â€ but instead destined to burdensome constraints of international law.
At stake for all are national sovereignty (exchanged for â€œharmonizationâ€), personal liberties (exchanged for Earth servitude), and freedom to self-govern (exchanged for global law).
Those destined to steer the movement are identified by some as the Eastern Liberal Establishment of Insiders. The Bible alludes to them as veritable â€œkings without kingdoms.â€Â³ Globalismâ€™s proverbial brain resides within the elitist ranks of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), offshoots from which wield three arms of powerâ€”namely, economic, spiritual, and political. Change agents who â€œhelp makeâ€ foreign policy compatible with global goals are CFR media members undergirded by inner-circle academia.ï€‰
Order out of Chaos
In 1776 Grand Patriot of the Jacobin Society Adam Weishaupt founded the clandestine Order of the Illuminati. His Law of Fives was a dandy scheme to grasp control by fomenting crisis (whether natural or engineered) and, then, to offer a viable â€œfix.â€
In implementing this Machiavellian agenda, any crisis sufficesâ€”environmental catastrophe, water shortages, genetically altered foods, new diseases, nuclear attack, terrorism, biological warfare, an imploding social system, a failing education system, even aliens from outer space if need be!
It goes like this: Introducing chaos spawns discord for which new laws are required. In the midst of confusion, a dictatorial figure conveniently emergesâ€”first, to explain the problem; then, to micromanage it. Ensuing frustration and alienation induce many to escape into fantasy and addiction, and emotionally detached dupes are easier to control. The result? Order out of chaosâ€”simple as that.ï€Š
The Grand Design of Islamists
By way of example, the Wahabist movement and chaos go hand-in-hand. Begun by an East Saudi Arabian Muslim scholar of the seventh century, the revivalist Wahabi movement is extremist in its orthodoxy and decidedly militant in action.
By uniting Muslim nations under the leadership of a Wahabist coalition, the faithful purpose to forcibly expel the West from the Middle East and, thus, â€œliberateâ€ Palestine from America, the Great Satan, and the Lesser Satan Israel. Next, in order to elevate to the status of divine mandate both the spirituality and culture of seventh-century Arabia, Islamic Law must dwarf and eventually supplant the dominant biblical world order and ethic.
Forged by intimidation and, at times, violence, this Grand Design for world dominance lends itself handily to the Law of Fives. Accordingly, those committed to Weishauptâ€™s plan have lassoed this effort for their own opportunistic use. Once having served the one-world agenda, Wahabists eventually will be hog-tied and defanged by Weishauptâ€™s ilk; but for now their efforts create sufficient chaos to demand draconian control.
The Wahabi Goal
In short, the Wahabistâ€™s goal is to establish a global community of all those who affirm Islam (an ummah). A successor to Muhammadâ€™s temporal (not spiritual) authority (a single Caliph) is slated to govern the expected one-world theocracy.
To this end, a key strategy is â€œpresence,â€ as understood by the so-called camel story: While on a journey, a camel convinces his master to allow his head to enter the warm tent in order for him to rest better. The master concedes and gradually allows the camelâ€™s neck and two feetâ€”finally, his entire bodyâ€”to find refuge in the tent. Once having assumed full occupancy, the camel then evicts his master from out of whatâ€™s now become the camelâ€™s tent.
Complete dominance is secured merely by entering, overcoming, and occupying a targeted place of refuge. With this strategy in mind, increasing numbers of elaborate, expensive mosques are being built all over the worldâ€”even if they remain unattended. By 2004, there were over 1,200 mosques and seven million Muslims in the United States alone; and (to borrow a phrase from Frazier) the camel has not left the building! 6
Jihad by Design
In a statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 1950, James Warburg (CFR) insisted: â€œWe shall have world government, whether or not you like it, by conquest or consent.â€ï€‹ Muslim sentiments exactly.
By definition jihad is the word for struggle. The â€œgreater jihadâ€ refers to warfare against sin and contending for the faith; the â€œlesser jihadâ€ references holy war by intimidation, threat and/or physical damage. The latter applies today.
Daâ€™wah is a â€œcallâ€ or â€œinvitationâ€ to embrace Islam. Despite Muslim missions and physical presence, infidels may still refuse to bow the knee to Allah. In the absence of consent, conquest follows. For a reason, since 1983 four key Islamic nations (Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Libya, and Egypt) have been numbered among the nine largest purchasers of arms.ï€Œ Communities of non-Muslims or unbelievers (dar-al-kuffer) fear terrorismâ€”again, for a reasonâ€”and thereby can be coerced into the ranks of â€œthe faithful.â€
A Study in Fear
Moroccan scholar Fatema Mernissi explains the centrality of fear within Islam. Modern Muslims fear Allah and his Imams, the foreign West, democracy, freedom of thought, and individualism. They also fear the past, present, and future.
Whatâ€™s not to fear? After all, the fire of Hell is said to be seventy degrees hotter than earthly fire; and escaping it depends on the whim of Allah. Unfortunately, Allah himself is by nature more relative than absolute. In fact, he is outright arbitrary with respect to salvation of his creation. In the words of Caesar Farah, â€œAllah may vary his ordinances at pleasure, prescribing one set of laws for the Jews, another for the Christians, and still another for Muslims.â€ 9
Keep in mind, too, that Islam is a religion that labels one an apostate merely for turning pages of the Qurâ€™an with licked fingers. (It follows that the late Colonel Sanderâ€™s chances of being greeted at the portal of heaven by seventy-two virgins were far from finger-licking good!)
1. Dr. William Wagner, How Islam Plans to Change the World (Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 2004), 36.
3. Revelation 17:12-13.
4. Tom Horn, How to Overcome the Most Frightening Issues You will Face This Century (Crane, Missouri: Defender Books, 2009), 79-110.
5. Ted Flynn. Hope of the Wicked: The Master Plan to Rule the World (Herndon, VA: MaxKol Communications, Inc., 2000), 256.
6. Wagner, How Islam Plans to Change the World, 39-59.
8. Fatema Mernissi, Islam and Democracy (Cambridge, Mass.â€ Perseus, 2002), 44.
9. Wagner, How Islam Plans to Change the World, 123.
A researcher, master educator and writer, Debra Rae holds two undergraduate degrees (in education and theology) and two graduate degrees (masters of education and ministries). She has traveled Asia, Africa, the Middle East, North and South America, Europe and Australia. Co-host of WOMANTalk Radio, Debra has been a guest on hundreds of other programs; and she is a contributing columnist/editor to online news magazines, including WOMANTalk.us. Having written a chapter for collected works of How to Overcome the Most Frightening Issues You will Face This Century, Debra has authored two books, ABCs of Globalism and ABCs of Cultural -Isms.