Sunday, December 15, 2013
Mike Butler: The UN and the new totalitarians
If you ever wondered about a link between climate change propaganda and the growing influence of the United Nations, Totalitaria by Ian Wishart links government surveillance, Agenda 21, the Earth Charter, national education standards, and church corruption with Satanism in high places.
Wishart is a New Zealand journalist, author and publisher, and the editor of Investigate magazine. He established his credentials as a leading investigative reporter when he uncovered the two key fraudulent transactions in the so-called Winebox affair of the early 1990s.
The title of “Totalitaria”, conveys the grim prognosis of a political system in which a worldwide state holds total authority over society.
Sweeping surveillance laws imposed throughout the world to deal with the threat of terrorism are helping to put in place the infrastructure being can be used by future governments to quell dissent, Wishart writes, with current technology able to be used to build a dossier on who you are, what you believe, and all the secret things you do.
Upcoming laws and proposals for carbon accounts and computerized control of vehicles via GPS tracking will create an infrastructure capable of controlling your movements, according to Wishart.
Global multinationals are backing a global governance framework based on treaties and tree trade agreements because they could make massive fortunes and entrench their power. Chemical and pharmaceutical giants have been regularly lying and using false scientific data about the safety of their products, he writes.
Wishart, a self-described conservative Christian, boldly says an occult group dedicated to the return of their deity that they privately call Satan/Lucifer and publicly refer to as Gaia/Mother Earth has, for 150 years and through a number of front organizations, been evangelizing just as hard as the Christian Church.
The Theosophical Society, a group established by Russian occultist Helena Blavatsky in 1875, re-ignited the almost extinct religion of Buddhism as a façade for western esotericism/Satanism that has since then spread the Luciferian doctrine through universities, movies, music and literature, he wrote.
Most interesting is Wishart’s account of how the Luciferians captured the United Nations as it was set up to achieve lasting peace and cooperation between nations after the 1939-45 global war, with Belgian-born New Age lawyer Robert Muller in the driving seat as the philosopher of that new body.
Wishart points to a meditation room directly below the general assembly room in the United Nations building in New York that contains a 6500kg block of iron ore bathed in a single bean of light -- an altar to the “God of All” or perhaps what Muller described as the “Absolute Supreme”.
Muller, as architect of the new world order, was deeply influenced by the writings of the British-born theosophist writer Alice A. Bailey who claimed to channel a 2000-year-old spirit named Djwhal Khul. Bailey set up the Lucifer Publishing Company in 1922 to publish her esoteric books. The company was re-named the Lucis Publishing Company in 1925, and later became the Lucis Trust, which has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
There is no Christian chapel in the United Nations building but there is an altar to Lucifer, Wishart writes.
Pope Paul VI as the head of the Roman Catholic Church, on October 4, 1965, prayed at that altar of Lucifer then symbolically swore the church’s allegiance to the United Nations and its general secretary. Some of the biggest Pentecostal and liberal Christian churches are preaching the same occult doctrine as the Luciferian group.
Lucis Trust followers obtained high office in the United Nations, World Bank, and other transnational agencies enabling them to manipulate international policy, Wishart wrote.
These Theosophists oversaw the design of a global education policy designed to “raise consciousness” of nature worship and the spiritual relationships between humanity and nature, and to cause hostility to Judeo-Christian theology among young people.
The purpose of raising consciousness was really to hasten the return of the Coming One/Satan through an increase in planetary vibrations, Wishart wrote.
Those education policies are now largely in place as national education standards in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, and shortly, the United States.
That Agenda 21, a non-binding, voluntary action plan of the United Nations for sustainable development produced at the UN Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, and the Earth Charter, an international declaration of fundamental values and principles that originated in 1987, when the UN World Commission on Environment and Development called for a new charter to guide the transition to sustainable development, are to become the guiding documents for national and local governments and bureaucracies in preparation for a global governance structure to be introduced.
The issue of climate change has been used as the primary evangelization tool to prepare the way for the acceptance of global government, which is why the actual science on the issue is secondary to maintaining momentum for a new structure, Wishart wrote.
We are being socially engineered to accept a “new world order” unquestioningly, even longingly, Wishart wrote. If you think the return-of-Satan aspect is over the top, strip away the supernatural overlay and the whole thing looks like a naked grab for power by followers of a particular religious belief – paganism.
Fast-paced, intriguing, and easy to read, this is not a work of fiction like Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Those skeptical of Wishart’s investigation can check out the sources detailed.
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