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a conspiracy theory referring to the emergence of
a totalitarian one world government
This logo of the NWO contains various symbols of organizations including the Masons, the illuminati Eye from the
US one dollar bill and an Image of North America
The Illuminati's goal of worldwide domination begins with the New World Order, intended to be a one-world government with strict limitations on society, such as the control of the number of children per household. (China) Their goal is to eliminate the middle class so that only the higher and lower class remain as the rulers and the servants.
With the uprising and establishment of the New World Order, the Illuminati are believed to envision a global monetary system, (IMS) where the leaders stake their control over the financial system worldwide.
It doesn't fit into reality
but a movement of people seeking
Knowledge, Justice and Freedom
to resist this awful conspiracy
Their goal is to "destroy God" and promote hatred.
but question everything
Only 4% of Millennials Have a Biblical Worldview
A few troubling statistics about Millennials from the latest research shine a light on the issue, and portray an alarming crisis among this demographic:
• 33% or one out of every three older adults is a born again Christian, believing they will be in Heaven with God after death. They have accepted Jesus as Lord, confessed their sins and are among the righteous. Only 20% of Millennials have the same belief system.
• Only 2% of adults over 30 claim to be agnostic or atheist, but 28% of Millennials claim to be atheist, agnostic, or have no faith at all.
• 43% of adults over thirty support same sex marriage, but this controversial issue is supported by 65% of the Millennial population.
The American Culture and Faith Institute created the study; their leader, George Barna had this to say about Millennials and faith: “Remember, a person’s worldview is typically developed between the ages of about 18 months and 13 years…
When asking friends about their kids and going to church they would tell us that the kids would have to make up their own minds?
There is usually very little movement in a worldview after that point. You could say with confidence that the worldview a person possesses at age 13 is probably the worldview they will die with. Unless pre-existing patterns radically change, we are not likely to ever see the Millennial generation reach even ten percent who have a biblical worldview…”
The study goes on to state that parents are the primary influences on the overall worldview of their kids – so the dearth of Millennials with a Biblical worldview could have dire consequences for the next generation. Since these young people do not have or embrace a Biblical approach, their own children are unlikely to do so either.
“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. “(Proverbs 22:6)
If you’re a parent, intentionally incorporating faith into your child’s worldview from an early age can help them avoid becoming part of the majority – and ensure they have access and support to the materials and teaching they need to grow into moral adults.
Children as young as 5 are indoctrinated in the classroom today about everything from gay marriage to gender choice, so starting early and offering support at home is key to a good outcome for your own family.
~ 1776 Christian
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China ends one-child policy after 35 yearsGovernment to allow all couples to have two children as ‘response to an ageing population’ and amid concerns over economy
Thursday 29 October 2015 14.37 GMTFirst published on Thursday 29 October 2015 10.55 GMT
China has scrapped its one-child policy, allowing all couples to have two children for the first time since draconian family planning rules were introduced more than three decades ago.
The announcement followed a four-day Communist party summit in Beijing where China’s top leaders debated financial reforms and how to maintain growth at a time of heightened concerns about the economy.
China will “fully implement a policy of allowing each couple to have two children as an active response to an ageing population”, the party said in a statementpublished by Xinhua, the official news agency. “The change of policy is intended to balance population development and address the challenge of an ageing population,”
Some celebrated the move as a positive step towards greater personal freedom in China. But human rights activists and critics said the loosening – which means the Communist party continues to control the size of Chinese families – did not go far enough.
“The state has no business regulating how many children people have,” said William Nee, a Hong Kong-based activist for Amnesty International.
China may bring in 'two-child policy' to tackle demographic timebomb
The IMF, World Bank and the UN
seem to be working together
(for the Illuminati?)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and what is now known as the World Bank, were set up to manage the post-World War II global economy.
They were conceived in 1944 at a conference in Bretton Woods, in the US state of New Hampshire.
By fostering economic cooperation and helping countries with balance of payments problems the founders hoped to avoid a repeat of the 1930s Great Depression.
The IMF aims to preserve economic stability and to tackle - or ideally prevent - financial crises. Over time, its focus has switched to the developing world.
The World Bank's predecessor - the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - was set up to drive post-war recovery.
Now, it is the world's leading development organisation, working for growth and poverty reduction.
Owned by the governments of its 187 member states, the Bank channels loans and grants and advises low and middle-income countries.
The IMF is funded by a charge - known as a "quota" - paid by member nations. The quota is based on a country's wealth and it determines voting power within the organisation; those making higher contributions have greater voting rights.
The IMF acts as a lender of last resort, disbursing its foreign exchange reserves for short periods to any member in difficulties.
Since they were conceived, the IMF has been run by a European and the World Bank by a US national.
The IMF and the Bank have served as a rallying point for disparate causes - from environmentalists to anarchists - and meetings have occasionally been accompanied by violent street protests.
Protesters and critics cite the exploitation of the poor and the environment and argue that freer trade threatens the livelihoods of millions of people.
The IMF has admitted that forcing developing countries to open their markets to foreign investors can increase the risk of financial crises.
Its former managing director Horst Koehler said in 2002 that the benefits of globalisation had not been equally shared. But he added that "the objective should not be less globalisation but more and better globalisation."
The answer, resisting change by acquiring
Knowledge, Justice and Freedom