Global Political Agenda

This week Chuck Baldwin wrote an article titled
Christian Right Just Doesn't Get It.
Below are a few excerpts from it:

In 1980 and 1984, I joined my friends in the Christian Right in helping Ronald Reagan achieve two landslide victories. In fact, as the Executive Director for the Florida Moral Majority, I helped my friend, the late Jerry Falwell, register more than 50,000 evangelical voters during those years.

In 2000 and 2004, my wife and I could not in good conscience vote for G.W. Bush, so we cast an independent ballot those two elections. However, there is no question that, to a great extent, it was the Christian Right's almost universal support for George W. Bush that gave him two terms in the White House.

Unfortunately, it has been the Christian Right's blind support for President Bush in particular and the Republican Party in general that has precipitated a glaring and perhaps fatal defect: the Christian Right cannot, or will not, honestly face the real danger confronting these United States. The reason for this blindness is due, in part, to political partisanship or personal aggrandizement. Regardless, the Christian Right is currently devoid of genuine sagacity. On the whole, they fail to understand the issues that are critical to our nation's--and their own--survival.

Republican candidates have learned how to "talk the language." They know that Christians are basically compassionate and trusting people, and therefore prone to being gullible and easily manipulated. They know that Christians have short memories and are desperate to be accepted at the king's table (largely a result of the church-growth movement and mega-church mentality).

Republicans such as Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, Mike Huckabee, and even Rudy Giuliani are all currently receiving fractured support from the Christian Right. However, you can mark this down: the Christian Right (with few exceptions) will eventually coalesce around whoever wins the Republican nomination--no matter who it is. You see, it's all about political partisanship. Principles are only something we talk about during off-election years.

All the pro-life, pro-family, traditional-values, conservative talk is just that: talk. Republicans use conservative rhetoric the same way Democrats use liberal rhetoric. Neither party believes what they are telling their constituents. They merely say what constituents want to hear in order to get elected; after which, they set about to do what their elitist, globalist manipulators tell them to do.

Accordingly, no matter which party wields power in Washington, D.C., nothing much changes. Oh, there might be a little variance here or there, but the overall agenda of the globalists is undeterred. And the Christian Right just doesn't get it. They don't see it. They have swallowed the partisan line all the way to the gullet.

Have you wondered why Mike Huckabee is suddenly getting so much favorable attention from the mainstream media (who themselves are controlled by this gaggle of global elite)? To find the answer as to why a professing pro-life, conservative Christian would suddenly become the darling of the media, look no further than the fact that just a couple of months ago, Mr. Huckabee appeared before the globalist-minded Council on Foreign Relations. (Read his speech here.) And when he did, it became abundantly clear that Huckabee was a man globalists could trust. By the way, as you read Huckabee's speech, you will find that he is George W. Bush on steroids!

This also explains why independent-minded candidates such as Ron Paul are forever cast in terms such as "fringe," or "extremist," or "nutty." The same CFR elite that controls the Washington political establishment also controls the New York media and financial establishments. And they hate outsiders! Of course, outsiders are those who do not share the globalist, utopian, New World Order machinations of the CFR.

A vote for just about every major presidential candidate from either party is a vote for more of the same thing. Of the Presidential candidates in serious contention, Ron Paul, and Ron Paul alone, stands for change. Ron Paul, alone, would truly obey his oath to the Constitution and would work to restore freedom and liberty to the American people. Ron Paul, alone, would kick the globalist elite out of power in Washington, D.C., and restore this country to constitutional governance.

I am usually pretty skeptical about conspiracy theories around the Council on Foreign Relations or the Illuminati.. but this article has got me to thinking. It does frustrate me about how:

:little changes when Democrats or Republicans are in power

:much power lobbyists have.. especially foreign ones

:many foreign companies own once American owned corporations

:much we have given away in trade agreements

:many of our high tech jobs have, and are being, outsourced

:much money we are spending in Iraq

:our borders seem to stay open to illegal aliens

How about you? Do you embrace globalism? Have you ever thought that globalism might be just another word for Babylon the Great.. right out of the book of Revelation?


  1. "the Christian Right (with few exceptions) will eventually coalesce around whoever wins the Republican nomination--no matter who it is."

    As a Ron Paul supporter, I'm sure Chuck would have no problems with the Christian Right coalescing around his favorite Republican candidate. Sorry, but I think all this article shows is that many of Ron Paul's most fervent supporters are nutcases who believe in conspiracy theories.

  2. I have to agree that the blind partisanship is a game played successfully by both parties. It's called "wedge politics" and it works.

  3. Thanks Sarah and Casey for the feedback.

    You are probably right about Chuck and Ron. What did you think about my list of frustrations at the end of the post? Do you think that there will be a significant difference in Washington after the elections? If so, what do you think the difference will be?

  4. Hey! I'm a nutcase who believes in conspiracy theories. :) I think Ron Paul will get my vote. Don't worry though, no one I have ever voted for has won.

    Good questions, Bob. I'm on the fence with globalization. I love the concept of interacting, trading goods and wealth with the rest of the world. But the reality is that since the US and a few other countries have amassed so much of the wealth, it means we would have to give some of it up to share. Then again, there is more than "stuff" to share.

    If less Americans thought they were too good to do certain jobs, there really wouldn't be any jobs here for illegal aliens. I don't think politicians can do anything about that issue, no matter what they say - unless they can find a way to make more people simply proud to have any job.

    I hate the puppetry most politicians/lobbyists make of democracy. I would love to see a president that would stand by the principals he/she represents while campaigning. That would certainly make a voter matter, eh? Of course, if the winner does not share my principals, I would hope that he/she is as uneffective as the rest of them!

    I can see the Babylon thing, too. But that would be good, right? That would mean Jesus is coming back soon!

  5. At times you have to view the success at what you prevent rather than what is accomplished. As a Christian I shudder to even type such a statement, but it is true nonetheless.

    As for "coalescing around the Republican candidate," out of "blind partisanship", I will simply support the candidate that most closely represents my values. Usually that is a Republican.

    That said, there are some who I will not vote for. I realize a "no-vote" is still a vote for the opposition, but I can't in good conscience vote for some candidates.

    As for globalization, I am not an isolationist, but I prefer better balance in this than we are currently showing. Your statement about "many foreign companies own once American owned corporations" reminds me of being "sold into the hands of their enemies."

  6. I need to be better educated about all of this. Such good comments here - I would like to not be too suspicious of candidates and political parties, but I don't want to be stupid, either.

    The one-world order thing? Intriguing. I am ever so slightly leaning towards that being a sign of the coming end. But again, I don't want to use up all my tinfoil making hats for myself....


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