''Galloping Globalism''

[More occult nonsense from a would-be Christian cult leader.]

									Galloping Globalism

								  by Rev. N.W. Hutchings

     Globalism,  by definition,  is the envisioned  utopian  state  of 
mankind   whereby   all  national  and  international  barriers,   now 
separating the human race into various nations,  are eliminated.  When 
these  barriers  are eventually liquidated,  all peoples on earth will 
subscribe to one religion,  one system of  economics,  and  will  give 
allegiance  to  one  world  government.   As  long  as  present  world 
economic,   religious,   and  governmental   barriers   remain,   this 
globalistic estate cannot be achieved.

     According  to the Prophetic Word of God,  Satan,  during the last 
seven years of this present age,  will make a supreme attempt to bring 
about  a  global  world  so  he can forever add this planet to his own 
kingdom (government) and prevent the return of Jesus  Christ:  And  it 
was given unto him to make war with the saints,  and to overcome them: 
and power was given him over all kindreds,  and tongues,  and nations. 
And  all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him,  whose names are 
not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the  foundation 
of  the  world...  And he had power to give life unto the image of the 
beast,  that the image of the beast should both speak,  and cause that 
as  many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. 
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bon, 
to recieve a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that 
no man might buy or sell,  save he that had the mark,  or the name  of 
the beast, or the number of his name (Rev. 13:7,8 15-17).

     In  the Bible it is prophesied that in the last days one man will 
be given governmental power over  all  nations,  regardless  of  race, 
religion,  or language.  This man will also enforce a common system of 
economics;  no individual will work,  buy,  or sell  except  by  state 
permission.  There will also be one religion - everyone will worship a 
new god, the Antichrist, or be killed.

     Regardless of the utopian promises of the internationalists, one-
worlders  and  globalists,  there  is  no  way  to  tear down existing 
national,  economic and religious barriers except through a process of 
universal  execution.  For  example,  there  is  no  way  to  attain a 
marriage between communism and capitalism;  no way leaders of the free 
world and the communist world will agree on a common govenment; no way 
Moslems,  Jews,  Buddhists  and  Christians  will  meet  in communion, 
brotherhood and assemble except under penalty of death.  In  order  to 
attain  a globalist society,  Satan will offer a new age,  a new world 
not tied to political systems, economics,  or gods of religions rooted 
in ages past.  Even so,  how many still will refuse, under sentence of 
death,  to deny  their  country  or  their  god?  The  Prophetic  Word 
indicates hundreds of millions, and possibly billions, will die in war 
or  by  state  execution  for  the  witness of Jesus...  (beheading in 

     In considering the evolution of the global concept  for  mankind, 
we  begin with God's blessing upon Noah and the patriarch's seed after 
the Flood.  God then divided the human race into nations, according to 
the seventy grandsons of  Noah.  According  to  Genesis  9,  Acts  17, 
Romans 13, 1 Timothy 2, and many other Scriptures, God established the 
nations according to race,  colorc language and then set the bounds of 
these nations.  These different peoples, according to God's will, were 
to   appoint   rulers   to   establish   governments.    The   primary 
responsibility  of  government is to maintain social order through the 
administration  of  justice;   to  wit,  protection  the  innocent  by 
diligently  prosecuting  the guilty - the ultimate penalty being death 
for murder.  The secondary responsibility of government  is  to  grant 
every citizen freedom of religious expression, whereby each individual 
is  given  the opportunity to know the truth that Jesus Christ is both 
Lord and Saviour of all who believe in Him.  The purpose for  dividing 
the  world  into nations was to prevent the spiritual contamination of 
all mankind as had occurred before the Flood.

     From about 2450 B.C.  until 1945 A.D.  (a period of approximately 
4400  years)  the  world,  for  the  most  part,  operated  within the 
political framework outlined in God's ordinance for human  government.  
It  is  true  some  nations rose and fell;  some became aggressors and 
consumed other nations.  But in the course of time, these empires fell 
and national boundaries were restored.  However,  at the beginning  of 
the  20th  century.  a  prophecy of Daniel had a pivotal effect on the 
future course of history:  But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words,  and 
seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, 
and  knowledge shall be increased (Daniel 12:4).  Steamships,  trains, 
telegraph, radio, television, etc... the world suddenly became smaller 
and smaller.  Through increased knowledge,  along with development  of 
rapid communications and faster methods of travel, nations thoughts of 
miles  apart  suddenly  became  next  door  neighbors!  An undesirable 
consequence of the fulfillment of Daniel's prophecy is wars  increased 
in size and intensity.

     After   World   War   I,   many  of  the  world's  most  profound 
intellectuals and politicians concluded  nations  must  resolve  their 
problems  and  differences  without war or mankind eventually would be 

     Thus,  the  League  of  Nations,   and  international  forum  for 
representation  from  all  nations,  was formed to meet and peacefully 
settle national conflicts without ware.  The  United  States  did  not 
join  the  League  of Nations,  because at that people did not want to 
relinquish any degree  of  national  sovereignty.  Most  nations  that 
became  members only gave "lip service" to the organization,  much for 
the same reason.

     Nevertheless,  the  seeds  for  the  international  community  of 
nations   was   planted.   These   seed  were  carefully  nurtured  by 
individuals like John Dewey in the American educational system.

     Just two decades after World  War  I,  came  World  War  II.  The 
second  world war exceeded the first world war many-fold in both scope 
and casualties.  Even though the framework  for  a  new  international 
forum of nations had been laid.  World War II ended with the explosion 
of  two  atomic bombs over Japan.  This dramatic and awesome ending to 
the most destructive war waged on planet  earth  served  as  proof  to 
internationalism  advocates  that  international  institutions must be 
established,  or man surely would destroy himself and all other living 

     Presto,  the League of Nations was reborn under a new  name  -The 
United  Nations.  Birthed  with the United Nations was a host of other 
international social,  political,  and economic entities which were to 
help   bring   UN   membership   into   a  trusting,   interdependent, 
international relationship.  Just a few of  these  organizations  are: 
International   City  Managers'  Association;   International  Control 
Commission;  International Court of  Justice;  International  Monetary 
Fund;   International   Peace  Corps;   and  the  International  Trade 

     Since 1945 there have been a series of major  wars  (Korean  War, 
South  Vietnam  War and other serious political and economic struggles 
with the Communist world) in which the United States  has  played  the 
"international   good-neighbor"   role   to  the  hilt.   Through  the 
International Monetary Fund,  the U.S.  gave gold  to  other  nations; 
through the Marshall Plan,  it built up its most deadly foes,  Germany 
and Japan, into major, industrial comepetitors;  and through retention 
of its United Nations membership, it bor the bore burden of cost while 
being  constantly  attacked  by  at  least  three-fourths  of  the  UN 

     In our schools we are allowing the disciples of  internationalism 
to  indoctrinate  our  childred with their gospel.  Dr.  C.M.  Pierce, 
Harvad University,  stated at a  convention  of  teachers  in  Denver, 
Colorado  in  1973:  Every  child in American who enters school at age 
five is mentally ill,  because he  comes  to  school  with  allegiance 
toward our elected officials,  toward our founding fathers, toward our 
institutions,  toward the preservation of this form  of  government...  
patriotism,  nationalism,  sovereighty...   All  of  that  proves  the 
children are sick,  because the truly well individual is one  who  has 
rejected  all  of  those  things  and  is  what  I would call the true 
international  child  of  the  future.   Professor  Pierce  and  other 
internationalism  advocates  did  not understand that internationalism 
would be short lived.  While the course of mankind,  in  the  economic 
and  political sense,  has been directed mainly through the channel of 
internationalism since 1945, today it is the throes of death.

     Internationalism has given way to  Globalism.  Those  who  equate 
internationalists  with  globalists  make  a  serious error.  Even the 
League of Nations - now the United Nations,  and related agencies like 
the  International Monetary Fund,  recognize the existence of nations.  
Globalism   acknowledges   no   boundaries,    either   national    or 
international.  While  modern  Paul  Reveres  have been running up and 
down the street shouting,  "The Internationalists  are  coming!",  the 
globalist wolf has entered our kitchen through the back door and eaten 
our  lunch.  For  the first time in history,  why do foreign investors 
and industrialists  own  more  property  in  the  United  States  then 
Americans  own in other countries?  Why can't President Reagan reverse 
the balance-of-trade deficit that  has  now  exceeded  $150-billion  a 
year?  Why  can't  the American auto and steel industries be protected 
against lower-price foreign  imports?  The  answer  to  all  of  these 
questions  is  galloping globalism.  To illustrate,  we quote from the 
July 8, 1985 edition of Industry Week, from an article titled "The Now 
Global Game,  One World-One Market":  The world economic order created 
and sustained by the Industrial Revolution, and brought to its keenest 
cutting edge following World War II, is fading.  Old power structures, 
alliances,  and  consumer  values  - all the old gods that underpinned 
international politics and global competition -  are  being  reshaped.  
And   the   forces   driving   these   changes  -  including  advanced 
communications system - have set in motion some far-reaching economic, 
political,  and psychological tremors.  In the accompanying  paranoia, 
nations  have  resorted  to  fingerpointing,   grumbling,  and  veiled 
threats.  And tensions are certain to grow as the  new  'global  game' 
unfolds.  Thomas Campbell,  a Stanford University law professor,  sees 
the world steadily drifting toward a paralysis of trade.  'It could be 
as  severe  as the which fueled the Great Depression,' he warns.  'The 
world is on the  verge  of  reverting  into  hostile  camps.  All  the 
efforts  that nations have made since World War II in opening up trade 
are now in peril. 'Charlies L.  Brown, chairman of AT&T Co., also sees 
the world at a crossroads.

     'We   can   follow  an  expansive  approach  and  seek  increased 
international cooperation,' he says.  'Or we can opt for a restricting 
approach  and  withdraw behind the walls of protectionism and national 

      At  stake  in  all  of  this  is  the  future  of  the  'global' 
corporation,  which  scholars  view as distinct from the multinational 

      The global corporation, they point out,  tends to view the world 
as  a  homogenous  market rather than a collection of separate markets 
with  unique  requirements.   Professor  Theodore  Levitt  at  Harvard 
Business  School,  one  of  the  most respected marketing minds in the 
country,  has long been a champion of the global corporation  and  the 
'globalization'  or  markets.  'What  we  are  dealing  with here,' he 
declares, 'is a implacable force; a tide and not a wave.'

      While we weep not at  the  grave-site  of  internationalism,  at 
least  the  internationalists professed to have a concern for the poor 
and underprivileged in all nations.  While tears of the  international 
one-worlders  for  suffering  humanity  are  mostly  of  the crocodile 
variety, the globalists do not even pretend to have a conscience.  Who 
cares if a million auto workers lose their jobs in the  United  States 
because  of lower priced imports?  Their loss will balance out against 
a gain in the Orient or Europe.  Here is how the global game works  as 
we  quote  again from the article in Industry Week:  "The only playing 
card that some countries have is their pool  of  low-cost  labor,  but 
with factory automation, this is becoming less of a bargaining chip.

      Moreover, the spread of technology has created a worldwide labor 
pool  -  one in which workers in one country actively compete for jobs 
with workers elsewhere.  A case in point: workers in Barbados now earn 
$2.50 an hour keypunching data into American Airlines computers.

      Previously, the task was done by 200 U.S.  workers in Tulsa, who 
earned $6.50 an hour."

     Because  of  expanding  global  technology,  communications,  and 
investment interests,  worker in one country can,  by the flick  of  a 
switch, take over jobs being performed by workers in another country.

     American  Airlines  saved  $6,400  a  day  by  having  workers in 
Barbados do the same job that workers in Tulsa were  doing.  This  was 
made   possible  through  a  world-wide,   computerized  communication 

     But  what  about the workers in Tulsa?  What will happen to them?  
A few may find  employment  elsewhere,  but  most  will  experience  a 
difficult period of financial adjustment.  This difficult situation in 
Tulsa is being multiplied many times over in other cities, and it will 
continue  to worsen unless American workers are willing to adjust to a 
global work scale.  The article in Industry Week points out within the 
next 15 years an additional 600 million,  trained workers  will  enter 
the  global  work  force.  Because  it will be suicidal for workers to 
strike,  unions will become a thing of the past.  Necessity will bring 
about  an  equalization  of the wage scale on a global basis under the 
global economic system,  the only recourse for industry and workers in 
the  United  States  is  a  tariff  on  imports  and foreign services.  
However,  for reasons  we  later  explain,  protectionism  will  bring 
foreign banking reprisals that could possible result in total economic 
     It  also stands to reason,  and the globalism article in Industry 
Week contends,  global economics is bringing with it serious political 
and  psychological  changes.   The  word,   psychological,   is  often 
substituted for religious.  While  global  advocates  do  not  overtly 
declare  man  lives  by  bread alone,  they do contend the food on the 
family table determines a man's political  views.  And,  according  to 
Revelation 13, men will one day be forced to worship the Antichrist as 
god in order to get it!  
     There  already is developing an alarming global control of labor, 
industry, commerce, banking and communications.  Today, we see a giant 
step taken to that point when every person will be under  the  control 
of a single authority,  and all will work, buy, and sell using numbers 
for names and code  marks  for  identification  and  exchange  values.  
According to the Bible,  the bringing on of such a global society will 
result in more deaths than claimed in all past wars  in  history.  But 
for Christians this is an even greater reason to discern the 'signs of 
the times' and be prepared for our Lord's return.  
     As we continue  discussing  "Galloping  Globalism",  a  prophetic 
overview relating to Bible projections,  keep in mind internationalism 
and  globalism  are   separate   entities.   As   previously   stated, 
internationalism   entails   the   cooperation   of   nations   on  an 
interdependent basis;  globalism recognizes  no  national  borders  or 
     The  United  States'  economic  system  traditionally is based on 
capitalism,  commonly referred  to  as  "free  enterprise."  But  when 
Americans speak of "free enterprise" on an ultimate, global scope.  
     The  chief  apostle  of  global free trade and commerce is Milton 
Friedman.  Mr.  Friedman's dissertation on economics appears in  major 
newspapers,  magazines,  and  television production.  We quote from an 
article by him titled "Protectionism Won't Cure U.S.  Trade Imbalance" 
(Human  Events,  8/17/85):  Producers  in  many industries - including 
auto,  steel,  and textile - have been telling Congress that they need 
higher  tariffs,  tighter import quotas and other trade impediments...  
they say they cannot compete with  foreign  producers.  They  cite  as 
'proof'  our  $100 billion plus-excess of imports over exports...  The 
chief sufferers would be U.S. consumers and export industries, notably 
agriculture.  Rather than raising our trade  barriers,  we  should  be 
lowering  them...  Some  jobs  are  lost  in  export  industries or in 
industries competing with imports.  Those are visible.  More jobs  are 
gained  in other parts of the economy...  What should we do?  The best 
solution would be  to  dismantle  all  trade  barriers  over  a  brief 
transition period... say five years... to give the affected industries 
a chance to adjust.  
     While  Mr.  Friedman  is  considered to be a 'purist' by economic 
conservatives,  what he actually  preaches  is  global  economics.  He 
advocates  the  abolishing of all national barriers against free trade 
and commerce throwing the world markets open to  the  best  goods  and 
services offered at the lowest price,  whether the producer is located 
in Japan,  the Common Market,  or  the  Soviet  Union.  And  what  Mr. 
Friedman  carefully  avoids  is  the  contemporary  wage scale and the 
standard of living of the average American worker.  There  is  no  way 
the U.S.  auto industry can produce and automobile with $20.00 an hour 
labor that will compete with a Japanese automobile made with $10.00 an 
hour  labor.  The  same  reality  applies  to  shoes  made  in  Italy; 
electrical household appliances made in South Korea;  or garments made 
in  Hong Kong and Singapore.  If there are to be no trade barriers and 
and a global economy, then as a globalist state, there also would be a 
global economy,  then as a globalist state,  there  also  would  be  a 
global  standard  wage,  meaning U.S.  workers in key industries would 
have to take huge cuts in wages.  
     President  Reagan  has  threatened  to  introduce   protectionist 
measures against Japan and the Common Market in December of this year.  
The question is - Can he do so without an accompanying collapse of the 
banking industry and a related political, global revolution?  We quote 
again  from  the  article  "The  New  Global  Game" (7/8/85 edition of 
Industry Week):  Other segments of the financial community are jumping 
on  the  bandwagon.  Talks  are underway to link the stock exchange of 
New York, London, and Tokyo.  Observes Harvard's Prof. Levitt: 
    One of the most powerful and yet least celebrated ways in which we 
see commerce being driven toward global standardization is through the 
monetary system  and  the  international  investment  process.'  Japan 
leaped  into  global  finance  with  both  feet.  Of  the  ten largest 
international banks,  five are Japanese,  three are American,  one  is 
British,  one is French.  But for all the power, the world finance has 
a less tangible impact on countries than the location  of  plants  and 
the  production  and  distribution  of  goods.  So  the  use of world-
shrinking technology  by  giant  manufacturing  companies...  is  more 
likely to give nations continuing migraines.  'Countries are in charge 
of territory,' points out David B.  Abernathy,  professor of political 
science at Stanford.  
    'Huge  companies  pose  a  challenge to national sovereignty.' The 
article continues to point out that possibly by 1990, global economics 
will control the political and  psychological  complexion  -  probably 
meaning  the religions,  of all nations.  It should also be noted that 
many references are made to international banking  being  an  integral 
part  of  the  new  economic and political order.  To cite a speciffic 
example of the parasitic  relationship  of  international  banking  to 
global economics, we refer to the case of Penn Square Bank of Oklahoma 
City,  located about two miles north of the offices of Southwest Radio 
Church.  Penn Square Bank  was  a  thriving  and  progressive  banking 
establishment.  Its  primary  investments were in the oil industry and 
related energy  companies.  Suddenly  there  was  a  world  oil  glut; 
thousands of drilling efforts shut down.  The mortgages and notes held 
by  Penn  Square  became  worthless;  the  bank  went  bankrupt almost 
     On May 28,  1985,  I was in San Francisco to meet our tour  group 
heading  for  the Orient.  While waiting in a hotel room,  I turned to 
Channel 9 on local television.  A  public  television  program  titled 
"Breaking  The  Bank",  a  production  of  television  station WGBH of 
Boston,  was  in  progress.  According  to  the  program,  Continental 
Illinois  of  Chicago,  the  eighth largest bank in the United States, 
backed Pen Square Bank in Oklahoma City.  When Penn Square  Bank  went 
broke  Continental  Illinois  suffered  greatly,  but  because  of its 
international connections,  it survived for a time.  But what happened 
to  this bank within the next few months serves as a warning to all of 
us.  We quote from the script of "Breaking The Bank" provided by WGBH: 
     JUDY WOODRUFF (commentator):  At the same time,  Continental  and 
other  American  banks  were  having  trouble collecting on loans from 
Latin American countries who couldn't pay their debts... By the spring 
of 1984,  Continental Illinois was a disaster waiting to happen.  Even 
more  than most banks,  Continental depended on short-term speculative 
money from around the world...  All it took was  a  gentle  push  -  a 
breeze really - too topple Continental...  That push was provided by a 
rumor in New York...  reported by a Japanese writer  working  for  the 
Commodity News Service.  
     According  to  the  story,  there was a possibility that Japanese 
investors  might  be  considering  buying   Continental...   America's 
proudest  banks were ripe for the picking...  The report went out over 
the wire at 3:50 on a Tuesday afternoon...  In Tokyo,  it was  already 
Wednesday...  And  it  was this story,  this rumor,  that panicked the 
currency traders in Tokyo.  
     This happened because of the way world  money  markets  work.  To 
lend money, Continental needed a steady flow of money coming in: about 
$8  billion  a  day  in mid-1984...  Much of this money came in quick, 
short-term loans,  for no more than  a  day.  This  is  possible  only 
through  modern  communications.  Traders  sitting  halfway around the 
world supply money to other traders.  They're not trading real  money, 
but  sending  figures on a computerized screen to people they've never 
met.  It's fast and frantic... and it's all based on trust.  
     Feeding on each others' fears...  Japanese traders withheld about 
$1  billion  they  normally  would have loaned Continental that day...  
The panic followed the  sun.  The  news  that  Japanese  traders  were 
shunning Continental was waiting for traders when they came to work on 
London,  Zurich,  Frankfurt, and the other big European money centers.  
Now they,  too,  balked at lending to Continental.  As the sun rose on 
New  York,  the  same  thing happened,  and finally on Chicago...  The 
realization grew that Continental was near collapse - just  like  Penn 
Square Bank two years earlier...  
     The  whole  banking system is based on trust...  on the belief it 
won't collapse.  If a bank as big as Continental  were  to  go  under, 
trust  in  the entire system could have vanished.  And so,  within two 
days - by Friday - the  crisis  spread  to  Washington,  to  the  U.S. 
     In that city, worried men like FDIC Chairman, William Isaac,  and 
Federal  Reserve Chairman,  Paul Volcker,  began talking of a bailout.  
Acting quickly, the Fed loaned Continental more than $2 billion.  
     It wasn't enough...  And so the nation's 16 biggest banks, led by 
Morgan Guaranty of New York, rode to the rescue.  
     Meeting secretly over the Mother's Day weekend,  the banks agreed 
to loan Continental $4 1/2 billion.  It was a  powerful  statement  of 
support  for  Continental - and it failed utterly.  Even a total of $7 
1/2 billion wasn't enough ... And so, the government took over.  
     The FDIC and  the  big  banks  pumped  another  $2  billion  into 
Continental.   More   important,   they  guaranteed  all  deposits  at 
Continental - not just those under $100,000.  
     Commentator, William Isaac, FDIC Chairman: If we hadn't done what 
we did,  we could have had a severe financial  crisis  throughout  the 
world.  It  was  as  simple as that.  I don't know where it would have 
stopped and I wasn't about to find out.  
     Geoffrey Bell, International banker: A failure of a bank the size 
of Continental Illinois  would  have  led,  without  question,  to  an 
international banking crisis. (End of quote from "Breaking The Bank".) 
     According  to no less an authority William Isaac,  FDIC Chairman, 
the failure of a bank like Continental Illinois,  a bank  with  global 
computerized  banking,  could destroy the entire international banking 
system from Moscow, to Paris, to London,  to New york,  to Tokyo.  All 
banking,  all  commerce,  all  personal checking accounts,  all saving 
accounts could be wiped out everynight.  And what  would  we  have  to 
replace the present banking system and the dollar?  I think Revelation 
13:18 spells it out in great detail!  
     Another  example  is  cited in the August,  1985,  edition of the 
Washington Letter by Jack Anderson.  We quote: The banking industry is 
the backbone of the U.S.  economy.  Unhappily, the economy has chronic 
     The nation's nine largest banks each have more than  100  percent 
of  their  shareholders' equity loaned out to just four countries with 
frighteningly  shaky  economies:   Argentina,  Brazil,   Mexico,   and 
     If  these  countries  follow  the  siren song of Fidel Castro and 
repudiate their debts,  the nine big banks would be left with negative 
net  worths,  their  shareholders  would  be  ruined,  and the federal 
government would have to nationalize the banking  system.  This  is  a 
nightmare  that  bankers  would like to believe will go away when they 
wake up.  But the slow,  inexorable penetrating power of  inconvenient 
facts is beginning to register: A sudden event could end up destroying 
the  banking  system.  What  could cause the collapse?  Nobody can say 
for sure...  Default on the billions in foreign loans, meanwhile,  has 
been prevented by a series of patchwork 'rescheduling' expedients that 
have only postponed the ultimate day of reckoning.  
     Consider  this:  The  soviet block and Third World countries have 
borrowed an incredible $700 billion  in  the  United  States  and  the 
West...  my  sources  tell  me they expect the total to soar past $900 
billion by 1990,  with interest charges alone coming  to  $55  billion 
annually.  But  let's  get back to the possible collapse of vulnerable 
Latin  American  economics.   This  could  not  only  lead   to   debt 
repudiation  also the destruction of the U.S.  banking system.  That's 
not all.  
     Our Latin American neighbors are also essential trading partners, 
buying about one-fifth of all our exports.  Also there  is  a  gnawing 
fear  among  top  officials  that  a  precipitous deterioration in the 
Mexican economy would loose a flood of  illegal  immigrants  over  the 
border.  And,  of course,  Cuba and the Soviet Union would do whatever 
they could to capitalize on the economic misery in Latin America...  A 
confidential report circulating in the Treasury Department warns  that 
the  number  of  problem banks and bank failures will rise to alarming 
levels in the next few years... catastrophe is a great teacher.  
     According  to  globalists,   the  present   national   political, 
economic,  and banking systems must give way to the wave of the future 
because there is no turning back.  A key to establishing a homogenized 
unification  of  mankind  under  one  system  is  universal,   instant 
communication  controlled by computerized economic control.  According 
to an article in the August 26,  1985 edition of  U.S.  News  &  World 
Report titled "Computer' Next Frontiers", the coming computers will be 
able to listen,  talk, see, and come close to reading a person's mind, 
and tell the individual what he needs to know.  They will even be able 
to read lips,  and operate at speeds hundreds of times  the  speed  of 
present computers.  
     The  article  concludes:  Such  developments  are  close to being 
available to anyone who wants them, said Charles lecht, who runs a New 
York City consulting firm.  Adds Jack Huehier, head of development and 
manufacturing at IBM: 'We're just at the beginning.  The technology is 
running like crazy.  If we're smart enough to know how to  package  it 
and use it, opportunites are unlimited.' Expectations have been raised 
before by computer proponents but seldom with such confidence.  
     As  technology  crosses  its  newest  frontiers  -  and computers 
acquire the sensibilities of their human user -  the  grandios  claims 
sound less like exaggeration and more like prophecy.  
     There  is  a  new breed of globalists rising to the forefront who 
manifest no conscience as far as the collaps of  the  current  banking 
and  economic  system  is concerned.  They envision a new age emerging 
within the next few years whereby all national political, and economic 
system,  and possibly religions,  will  merge  into  one  huge  global 
      Quoting  again from the article,  "The New Global Game":  As the 
global game heats up,  so much is at stake that,  in Europe and  Asia, 
thee  is  growing  sentiment  for 'Japan Inc.' arrangements - that is, 
governments and corporation joining forces to work their will  on  the 
rest of the world... Conscious strategy or not, it does seem that U.S. 
policymakers  have  awakened  to the fact that they must begin viewing 
the world in global economic terms... If this is mere political window 
dressing,  it nonetheless suggests that Japan has gotten  the  message 
that  the  global  game  will  no longer be played by its rules alone.  
Perhaps the next message to be delivered is that  there  is  only  one 
earth on which we all live;  that all people,  their environments, and 
their econonmics are interconnected;  that we  can't  afford  any  big 
loser; and that we all have to win together.  
     If, according to this global prophecy, this is to be, then who is 
to  deliver  this message?  According to the Bible,  this could be the 
message of a man who will have power over global economics,  politics, 
and  religions.  This man is identified as the Antichrist:  And he had 
power to give life unto the image of the beast,  that the image of the 
beast  should both speak,  and cause that as many as would not worship 
the image of the beast should be  killed.  And  he  causth  all,  both 
small and great,  rich and poor,  free and bond,  to receive a mark in 
their right hand,  or in their forehead;  And that no man might buy or 
sell,  save  he  that had the mark,  or the name of the beast,  or the 
number of his name (Rev. 13:15-17) 
     And who will refuse to become  world  citizens  and  worship  the 
Antichrist  as God?  The answer is given in Revelation 13:7,8,  ...and 
power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues,  and nations,  And 
all  that  dwell  upon the earth shall worship him whose names are not 
written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundations  of 
the world.  
     How  near  are  we to this day when everyone in the world will be 
ordered to worship the Antichrist as god in order to get a  code  mark 
or a number to work, buy, or sell?... We cannot say.  Current economic 
and  political  news  indicates  we  may  be  nearer than most care to 
believe.  The important question for  each  person  is,  "Is  my  name 
written  in  the Lamb's book of life?  Have I received Jesus Christ as 
my Saviour and LORD?!