From Karl Marx To Jesus Christ A Threat To The New World Order
By Al Cronkrite The Covenant News ~ July 25, 2008
The authority of God is passed over in silence, just as if there were no God; or as if He cared nothing for human society; or as if men, whether in their individual capacity or bound together in social relations, owed nothing to God; or as if there could be a government of which the whole origin and power and authority did not reside in God Himself. Thus, as is evident, a State becomes nothing but a multitude which is its own master and ruler. And since the people is declared to contain within itself the spring-head of all rights and of all power, it follows that the State does not consider itself bound by any kind of duty toward God. Moreover, it believes that it is not obliged to make public profession of any religion; or to inquire which of the very many religions is the only one true; or to prefer one religion to all the rest; or to show to any form of religion special favour; but, on the contrary, is bound to grant equal rights to every creed, so that public order may not be disturbed by any particular form of religious belief.”
“And it is a part of this theory that all questions that concern religion are to be referred to private judgment; that every one is to be free to follow whatever religion he prefers, or none at all if he disapprove of all. From this the following consequences logically flow: that the judgment of each one's conscience is independent of all law; that the most unrestrained opinions may be openly expressed as to the practice or omission of divine worship; and that every one has unbounded license to think whatever he chooses and to publish abroad whatever he thinks.” From An Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII
On The Christian Constitution of States, November, 1885
Religious freedom is a cherished concept in the United States. It is clearly incorporated in the First Amendment to our Constitution. It is also fondly appreciated by non-believers who understand that when a state fails to endorse a particular religion it provides de facto support to secularism. Unexposed to reliable theology, Christians are unaware of the importance of exclusivity. Once the validity of a foreign religion is endorsed God’s jealously is kindled and His blessing is removed.
All world leaders are religious. Secular leaders worship at the altar of human potential while Christian leaders are enjoined to worship at the feet of the King of Kings. When Christian leaders use God as a tool in the accomplishment of their works or when they participate in or acknowledge heretical faiths, they destroy the essence of Christianity and join hands with secular humanists. The pagan zealots who control our world make up an amoral cabal who are quite happy to dwell with Christians as long as freedom of religion lends their humanistic decisions legitimacy.
The collapse of the Soviet Union and the election of Boris Yeltsin as President was hailed as a great victory for the free market which Russia was to join under Yeltsin. It turned out that the division of the Russian Empire had been planned by Zbigniew Brzezinski, championed by Rockefeller elitists, and accomplished according to plan. Russia’s free market was hardly in place before the nation’s wealth was being bought up at bargain basement prices.
Now, Russia has fallen into disrepute and most of what has appeared in the Western press has been negative. In sharp contrast to the coverage given Bois Yeltsin, his successor, Vladimir Putin, was either ignored or vilified. Yeltsin selected Putin as his successor and Putin selected Dimtry Medvedev who is now President.
NATO has its own Air Force and military personnel. It acts as the enforcement arm of the United Nations. Brzezinski’s recommendation to divide the Soviet Union is being enforced by NATO which is recognizing and making members of former Soviet states and protectorates and using them to build bases around Russia. In response, Russia is threatening to put bombers in Cuba.
When Bois Yeltsin brought a free market philosophy into Russia, big chunks of Russia’s massive natural wealth got into the marketplace and a group of enterprising Russian elitists later called oligarchs bought it up at bargain basement prices. See a list of the oligarchs here. In one transaction Mikhail Khodorkovsky purchased a controlling stake in Russia’s oil reserves and formed a company called Yukos. The purchase price was $309 million and the ultimate value is estimated at $45 billion. It turned out that Khodorkovsy was a close friend of Jacob Rothschild and when Putin went after the oligarchs with legal indictments Rothschild and Henry Kissinger appeared and attempted to claim his holdings.
In 2006 Putin, in an effort to prevent Mother Russia from being sacked, arranged for the assets of Yukos to be transferred to a state owned corporation called Rosneft. This thwarted the efforts of the Rothschild, Kissinger cabal to gain control of a $40 billion dollar oil conglomerate and garnered the ire of some of the world’s most powerful people. If Putin had not been so popular with the Russian people his fate would have been quickly sealed. However, his pro-Russian policies were popular and in spite of propaganda and calls from high places he lasted for several months and though forced to resign was able to slide Medvedev into the Presidents spot while installing himself as Prime Minister and retaining a large measure of power. Medvedev hardly had time to sit down at his desk before Kissinger entered the door to his office. Read about that visit here.
Aggressive United States foreign policies have resulted in concern among Russian leaders and talks about a Russian alliance with China and India have been held. China has no love for the United States but since it is still a major market for both China and India they have no desire to bite the hand that feeds them.
One wonders what elements in Vladimir Putin’s personality might push him into actions that allowed his homeland to come before personal gain. When Putin was born in 1952 in Leningrad his mother secretly had him baptized in the Orthodox Christian Church. In 2000 ”Christianity Today” ran an article questioning whether Russia would continue its policy of religious freedom. During the same period the “Wall Street Journal” contended in an Editorial entitled “Red Alert” that Putin might be returning Russia to Communist tyranny. This charge was refuted by Letters to the Editor from Bob Djurdjevic, Founder of Truth in Media. Both letters contended that Putin is a born again Christian. Djurdjevic wrote “A man who ‘has a moral basis in life’ has become the head of the only country in the world with the means to confront the world where ‘money rules everything’. No wonder the Journal is calling Putin a communist and is sounding a “Red Alert.” For, the Wall Street-centered New World Order based on a “might is right” principle may be starting to unravel. And that’s something America’s Main Street should cheer.”
In 2004 several additional articles appeared and an incident involving the courts in Russia added fuel to the fire. The Harriman Institute ran an article entitled “Exploring the Religious Profile of Vladimir Putin”. They concluded that Putin might be open to religious freedom but that he was thought to be a believer in “’Christian Economic Thought’, a philosophy of social and economic responsibility for the less fortunate”.
In a startling development a Russian court supported the Orthodox Church. The State Duma decided for the Church in a case involving an exhibit at the Andrei Sakharov Museum and Public Center. “Most of the artworks at the exhibition faulted the church for attempting to establish itself in ‘a leading ideological and political role in the country’ -- a position that had formerly been occupied by the Communist Party.” A Coca Cola display showed Christ’s face juxtaposed against the words, “This is My Blood”, there was an icon in which a person’s head could be inserted, and a triptych showing three men crucified, a red star, and a swastika.
Following the trial the prosecutor said, "The freedom of expression ends where the rights of other people begin. If you draw sexual acts or pornography, then you will also be condemned because there are norms of morality. Any freedom of expression should be regulated by law." The organizers face up to five years in prison. Read a detailed account of the trial here.
The rise of Christian morality creates great consternation in the New World Order cabal. Christianity can handcuff human decision to the anchor of God’s commandments and the Biblical passages on the Tower of Babel clearly vie against centralization of power. The Russian Orthodox church claimed to know Medvedev as a “believer” and endorsed him in the election. In February 2008 Dimtry Medvedev acknowledge that he was baptized into the Russian Orthodox Church at a “mature age”.
Authenticity is difficult to determine in a world controlled by mendacity. Rivalries are set up by governments to centralize power and alliances are made and broken. Often impressions are maintained by propaganda and reality is quite different than the information available to citizens. However, it appears there has been a major shift in the core values of Russian leaders who seem to be seeking advice from the Orthodox Church. This change may be significant since it seems to have spilled over into the court system and as Bob Djurdjevic wrote, could be a major stumbling block to the New World Order cabal.