Could ‘end modern civilization as we know it’…
Organizată ,,discret“ această întrunire a primarilor este o altă sămânță otrăvită a ,,globalismului antichristic“. Puțini au auzit despre ea, dar cine se îndoiește că în spatele ei sunt resurse nebănuite? Cine ar fi reușit altfel să adune zeci de mii se ,,specialiști“ într-o țară din lumea a treia ? Cine le-a plătit biletele de avion și cazarea ?
City mayors create ‘global parliament’ to manage urbanisation
By Paola Totaro
QUITO, Ecuador (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – More than 60 mayors from around the world have joined forces to create an alliance dubbed a ‘global parliament’ to demand a more powerful role in the management of city growth and urbanisation.
Speaking on the eve of the United Nations Habitat III conference in Quito, Ecuador, on Sunday, the mayors outlined a united vision in which local government would lead the global response to rising urbanisation.
They said collaboration rather than competition would help them address the most urgent challenges for the world’s cities, from affordable housing and transport to climate change, migration and refugees.
The mayor of Montreal, Denis Coderre, quoted U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who once said that if “you need to settle a problem, ask a mayor” and urged his colleagues to Continue reading
Are we heading towards global war?
Una din cele mai vechi țări din istorie și una din cele cu un cuvânt mare de spus în relațiile profetice cu viitorul lui Israel, Egiptul, părea că a intrat într-o perioadă de umbră. No more!
Investițiile Chinei vor ridica profilul Egiptului la nivelul marilor capitale ale lumii!
China to finance Egypt’s $45 billion capital city in the desert
Egypt’s plan to build a glittering new capital city in the desert was written off by many as nothing more than a dream for a country with a struggling economy.
That dream, however, appears headed for reality after China stepped in to bankroll much of the $45 billion project.
China Fortune Land Development announced on Sept. 25 it would invest $20 billion in the project. That announcement followed the pledge of $15 billion from China’s state-owned construction company.
Work has already begun for the as yet unnamed new capital 28 miles south of the current capital Cairo. The new city, located on a 270-square-mile slice of desert owned by the Egyptian army, would be home to some 5 million people.
City planners envision a city with skyscrapers rivaling those in Dubai, green areas comparable to New York City’s Central Park, an international airport larger than London’s Heathrow and an amusement park on the scale of Disney World.
Several hundred apartment buildings already have gone up in the new city, and construction crews are building roads and laying sewage lines.
The target for completion of the new capital is 2021.
Egyptian officials have long sought to relocate the capital away from highly-congested Cairo, in which 30 million people (a third of the country’s population) reside.
“I can say with total honesty that this project is 20 years overdue,” said Mohsen Salah El Din, chief executive of the state-owned Arab Contractors, which is involved in the project.
“We had to find an alternative location to suck this congestion out of Cairo and relocate where the government would be and where the civil servants working in these agencies would live so that they don’t have to commute long distances between home and work,” he said.
The moving of the capital would not be unprecedented. Turkey, India and Brazil all moved their capitals in the 20th century.
“Egypt’s administrative capital is not different from Ankara, New Delhi or Brasilia,” said Zeyad Elkelani, a political science professor at Cairo University.
“The new capital is an important step to make room for the private sector,” Elkelani said. “The bureaucracy has been choking business in Egypt and the residents of Cairo.”
The government of Egyptian President Abdul Fatah Sisi also announced it was speaking with the Chinese about building a university in the new city.
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Prominent theologians and scholars are saying this week that while globalism may be a buzzword this election season, too few understand the demonic forces driving this ideology.
As The New York Times reported Monday, until relatively recently it was rare to hear people referred to as “globalists” but the label is more common now. And while many globalists claim to have the interests of the entire world at heart, the irony is that they have become a tribe of sorts; and they are a wealthy, elite, and powerful tribe for whom national borders are an impediment to their agenda.
While many definitions for globalism exist, a wide chasm separates 1) necessary global exchanges in an increasingly interconnected world, like trade, legal immigration, and the cooperation and sharing of ideas across borders, and 2) globalism as a secular humanistic religion of sorts that envisons a one-world government.
For the second definition of globalism, such views are antithetical to a Christian worldview, according to some, even as the Church itself is global and the Kingdom of God is not constrained by national borders.
“A major objection to globalism from a spiritual and biblical point of view is that many of the globalists are pushing for a global value system,” said Wallace Henley, senior associate pastor of 2nd Baptist Church in Houston, Texas in a Tuesday phone interview with The Christian Post.
Henley, who has written recently on CP about national borders (see part 1 here, part 2 here, and part 3 here) further explained that there is an anti-Christ spirit at work in the world that opposes the Kingdom of Christ, which is righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.
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“The Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ is the highest form of civilization. The anti-civilization represented by anti-Christ is the opposite of that. So if the kingdom of Christ is righteousness, the anti-civilization is evil and injustice. If the kingdom of Christ is peace, the Kingdom of anti-Christ is conflict. If the Kingdom of Christ is joy in the Holy Spirit, anti-civilization is misery.”
In a September 4 American Thinker article titled, “Globalism: the Religion of Empire” theologian Fay Voshell noted similarly that “[l]ike the Christian vision of the universal Kingdom of God, the religion of secular globalism claims universality, but is an earthly minded substitute for the Church universal. The Christian vision sees the Church universal as God’s kingdom ruling the earth. The religion of globalism sees an earthly, utopian world order in which all men pay allegiance to elite priests who rule over a World City without national borders.”
That lack of borders, Henley continued, is particularly problematic, “because within borders a particular civilization can choose to uphold those Continue reading
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When Information Storage Gets Under Your Skin
Patrick Paumen doesn’t have to worry about forgetting his keys and being locked out of his apartment. That is because he doesn’t need a key anymore—he simply unlocks the door with a wave of his hand.
The 32-year-old IT expert from the Dutch city of Heerlen is one of a growing number of people with electronic implants under their skin, mostly to use as keys or for identification.
Mr. Paumen has several such implants, or tags, embedded in the fatty tissue of his hands and his lower arm. He uses separate tags to unlock not only his apartment door, but also his office and the gate to a secure parking lot at work. Another stores information he would otherwise put on a business card—name and contact details—and yet another holds similar information for nonbusiness encounters.
The implants can be activated and scanned by readers that use radio frequency identification technology, or RFID. Those include ordinary smartphones and readers already installed in office buildings to allow entrance with a common ID card.
Mr. Paumen says the tiny devices simplify his life. When nearing the secure office parking lot, he says, “I just roll down the window, stick my arm out and let the reader at the gates scan the implant, which is just below my little finger. I don’t have to worry about losing my access card.”
Done in seconds
There is no comprehensive data on how many people have RFID implants in their bodies, but Continue reading
- Summitul informal de la Bratislava, anunţat cu surle şi trâmbiţe ca „marele moment al relansării Proiectului European după Brexit”, a fost în mod evident un eşec. Nu s-a stabilit nimic concret, nu s-a întrunit spiritul de consens puternic pe care mizau organizatorii încă din vară, nu a rezultat imaginea de voinţă politică, unitate şi determinare a liderilor europeni, menită să ridice tonusul cetăţenilor pe fondul crizei prelungite a Uniunii, în fine, nu s-au conturat, decât foarte vag şi mai degrabă cu aer de principii, soluţii la problemele cunoscute;
- Colac peste pupăză, după ce că lucrurile merg tot mai greu, premierul italian Matteo Renzi suferă zgomotos că nu este acceptat la masa întâistătătorilor Uniunii, ca egal al lui Merkel şi Hollande, şi nu este invitat să participe la conferinţa de presă finală (dacă ar suferi în tăcere ar fi o problemă strict privată), criticând ulterior summitul pe motive de „inutilitate” şi de neabordare frontală a chestiunilor esenţiale. Fostul primar al Florenţei a folosit momentul creat pentru a alimenta copios presa din peninsulă cu un nou episod al campaniei sale de imagine personală, înaintea referendumului din noiembrie privind reforma constituţională din Italia, în care Renzi şi-a angajat practic mandatul de prim ministru;
- Despre ambiţiile politice ale tânărului premier italian (41 de ani) se ştie şi se vorbeşte de multă vreme, existând chiar presupunerea că acesta ar viza poziţia de preşedinte al Comisiei Europene sau de preşedinte al Consiliului European, ceea ce desigur nu este, în sine, un lucru condamnabil, atâta timp cât aspiraţiile sale de mărire nu vin să tensioneze inutil atmosfera în cadrul Uniunii, cu atât mai mult cu cât situaţia datoriilor enorme ale Italiei (133% din PIB) şi stagnarea economică de anul acesta îngrijorează pe toată lumea;
- După trilaterala din august, de pe insula Ventotene, când Renzi a avut ocazia să facă declaraţii comune cu Merkel şi Hollande despre relansarea Uniunii Europene, se crease oarecum impresia că Italia va fi acceptată de Germania şi Franţa la masa mai marilor Uniunii, ceea ce s-a dovedit repede a fi o iluzie a lui Renzi. Germania nu acceptă ca partener egal de discuţii decât Franţa (dar, şi în acest caz, cu condiţia ca rezultatul final al discuţiei să corespundă cu poziţia şi interesele strategice ale Germaniei), iar ceea ce îi este îngăduit Franţei ani la rând nu-i este îngăduit şi Italiei (de exemplu, un deficit bugetar de peste 3%), Berlinul păstrând astfel, la pupitrul UE, diferenţa de nivel politic şi economic între cele două ţări mediteraneene vorbitoare de limbi romanice;
- Nici veleitarul Grup de la Vişegrad nu şi-a văzut profilul politic prea bine conturat, premierul ungar Orbán, care declarase înainte de summit că Grupul V4 „va prezenta propria viziune şi propriul document” în cadrul întâlnirii, ieşind nemulţumit de la discuţii şi reiterând că referendumul din Ungaria, de pe 2 octombrie, va arăta „adevărul despre ce cred oamenii” cu privire la politica de deschidere faţă de imigraţie a Uniunii Europene. Punctual, adică pe chestiunea imigraţiei, trebuie totuşi spus că este foarte posibil ca majoritatea populaţiei să fie de acord cu Orbán, mai precis cu refuzul acceptării cotelor obligatorii de refugiaţi din Orientul Mijlociu şi Nordul Africii, ceea ce nu rezolvă însă problema de fond, cu cei deja intraţi pe teritoriul Uniunii;
- România pare să fi ales în cele din urmă calea de apropiere de nucleul Uniunii Europene (Germania, Franţa, Benelux), după o perioadă de relative ezitări, în care părea la un moment dat să cocheteze cu ideea apropierii de Grupul de la Vişegrad (la invitaţia Poloniei), grup despre care am spus în ultimul an, de mai multe ori, că a devenit, din formatul mult lăudat al premianţilor postcomunişti ai anilor ’90, „focarul naţionaliştilor şi euroscepticilor” din Uniune, de dreapta sau de stânga, cel puţin până la schimbarea conducerilor din aceste ţări. Din cele patru state central-europene ale V4, doar cu Polonia ar trebui să dezvolte România un parteneriat strategic, cu precădere pe dimensiunea de securitate, însă pe linie bilaterală, nu prin integrarea, cel puţin în actualul context, în Grupul de la Vişegrad;
- România a ales strategic corect, preferând să gestioneze marile teme actuale ale Uniunii (migraţia, Spaţiul Schengen, negocierea Brexitului etc.) alături de puterile care formează nucleul organizaţiei, în special alături de Germania. Această opţiune nu aduce automat garanţii de succes, dar, în eventualitatea în care lucrurile vor merge din ce în ce mai rău, este preferabil să fii în cele mai bune relaţii posibile cu cei care au resursele şi capacitatea de a refonda Uniunea Europeană, de a reformula regulile, de a proiecta noi aranjamente politice, economice şi instituţionale la nivel european. Dacă tot nu trăim într-o lume ideală, iar liderii europeni nu sunt perfecţi şi nu sunt solidari, să spunem simplu că am ajuns şi noi la concluzia că, în ceea ce priveşte perspectivele Europei, e mai sigur alături de Angela Merkel decât de Viktor Orbán.
Căci în lume au ieșit mulți antichriști …
(In a June 1993 interview with The Independent, Soros, who is an atheist,5 said he saw himself as “some kind of god, the creator of everything” from ‘The Billionaire Who Built on Chaos’ – George Soros (The Independent: June 3, 1993))
George Soros claims he is a god and “the creator of everything,” however the billionaire globalist also warns he is a “self-centred” god who believes “normal rules do not apply” to him.
“I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he wrote. “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.“ When asked by Britain’s Independent newspaper to elaborate on that statement, Soros doubled down: “It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.“
Since I began to live it out. Those unfamiliar with Soros would probably dismiss that claim as nothing more the typical blathering of an irrelevant madman. But those who have followed his career and sociopolitical endeavors realize that while he may be mad, he is a mad billionaire, and billionaires tend not to be irrelevant.
Especially not mad billionaires with self-centred agendas who believe that normal rules don’t apply to themselves.
Soros has learnt that with enormous reserves of unethically earnt money at his disposal he has the power to make the once unthinkable acceptable. His work as a self-professed “amoral” financial speculator has left millions in poverty when their national currencies were devaluated, and he channelled so much cash into moulding former Soviet republics to his liking that he has bragged that the former Soviet empire is now the “Soros Empire.”
Ominously, he has now turned his amoral eye on the internal affairs of the United States. A high-profile megabucks donor to the Clinton campaign, it was recently exposed by WikiLeaks that Soros issued directives on foreign policy to Clinton when she was Secretary of State – instructions that she followed to the letter.
His enormous donations to the American ruling class have earned him a seat in the shadow government, pulling puppet strings behind the scenes. So what does Soros think about the nation he immigrated to from his native Hungary in 1956? Today’s U.S., he writes in his latest book, “The Bubble of American Supremacy,” is a “threat to the world.” We have become a “supremacist” nation.
Despite his reputation as an international philanthropist, Soros occasionally becomes candid about his real nature. “I am sort of a deus ex machina,” Soros told the New York Times in 1994. “I am something unnatural. I’m very comfortable with my public persona because it is one I have created for myself. It represents what I like to be as distinct from what I really am. You know, in my personal capacity I’m not actually a selfless philanthropic person. I’m very much self-centered.”
Soros got to the point quicker when he explained the deepest secrets of his soul to biographer Michael Kaufman. “I am kind of a nut who wants to have an impact,” he said.
But the globalist billionaire’s mad visions don’t end there.
“Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad,” Soros said on British TV. “In fact, my grandfather was actually paranoid. I have a lot of madness in my family. So far I have escaped it.“
In his book “Soros on Soros,” he says: “I do not accept the rules imposed by others…. And in periods of regime change, the normal rules don’t apply.” Clearly, Soros considers himself to be someone who is able to determine when the “normal rules” should and shouldn’t apply.
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