A note, and a challenge, to Barack Obama

Posted: 15/11/2008 in Uncategorized
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Will Barack Hussein Obama rule over the new world order? Or will he be satisfied with being just a puppet head of state? Will there even be a new world order? There are a lot of critics, and many more analysts bickering back and forth over the possible establishment of this new world order that is to come. Some claim that the Great B.O. isn’t strong enough politically to fend off the inevitable any longer, and the US will succumb to the pressure to come under the dominance of the United Nations. I thought I’d take a trip around the bloc and share some news highlights suggesting that the new world order is ringing our doorbell, and like a bunch of door to door preachers, refuses to go away.
Obama, world crisis and the new world order
The depth of the current economic crisis is leading many people to favour a form of governance that would place economic and political life under the trusteeship of international organisations. Barack Obama’s new cabinet, which is made up of those responsible for the crisis, will ensure the ascendancy of financial interests. In the meantime no one is calling for the people to have power in the monetary sphere. The result is that democracy is being killed by financial power.Milan (AsiaNews) – A new world order has been in the making for quite some time and is now becoming “inevitable”. Many a politician and economist are quick to say that great sacrifices are called for, and that any “reasonable” person will see that suffering and hardship are “necessary.”

G-20: Shaping a new world order
U.S. economic mettle is tested as emboldened leaders from throughout the world gather in Washington.
The role of the United States as the world’s economic leader will be tested this weekend when 20 significant world leaders meet in Washington to address the global financial crisis.
Some European leaders are hailing the summit as the next Bretton Woods – a reference to the historic talks in the latter days of WWII that, in effect, made the dollar the world’s dominant currency and laid the foundation for the economic order of the past 60 years.

A new economic club of nations
The G-20 summit this weekend will grapple with a global crisis.
A formal farewell to the American-led postwar financial system and a coming-out party for an expanded club of economic powers that will design new rules to meet the global financial crisis.
That is how this weekend’s Group of 20 summit, called by President Bush, is likely to be remembered: not so much for the action taken, as for the milestone it marked and the emerging global economic order it heralded.

G20 summit: New world order?
Some G20 nations hope the weekend summit on financial reform will be a modern Bretton Woods, but can it make big decisions without Barack Obama?
For the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, it is a “new Bretton Woods”, as important as the 1944 convention that established the modern financial world order. For Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France, it is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to remake the global financial architecture and usher in an era of “regulated capitalism”. But beware the headlines that these leaders try to manufacture when they assemble for their credit crisis summit in Washington this weekend.
Gordon Brown calls for new world order to beat recession
Prime Minister Gordon Brown will today set out a five-point plan to create a “stronger and more just” world order in the wake of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.
The Big 3: Paulson’s A HORRIBLE Trader, Volatile Markets Volatility, Fear the Financial New World Order
1. Paulson’s A HORRIBLE Trader
2. Volatile Markets Volatility
3. Fear the Financial New World Order
Toward a new world order
The European Union and more so its three biggest countries: Germany, Britain, and France will not let go the “critical” opportunity offered by the present world political and economic conjuncture to ask, and why not impose on the US, a new global order.
Time for new world order

Of all the general elections in foreign countries, 0n Monday’s US election has been the most watched locally. While the local ancestry of Democratic candidate Barack Obama has contributed largely to that the current blitz, we need to learn lessons from the behaviour of candidates and their supporters whom we closely monitored.

100 Days To Shaping A New World Economic Order
European Union leaders backed a 100-day deadline by which the world’s leading economies should decide urgent global finance reforms, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Friday.Sarkozy, who chaired a special meeting of EU nations, said the financial crisis and economic downturn required a quick deal on an overhaul at a Nov 15 summit in Washington bringing together leaders of the world’s 20 largest industrialized nations and emerging economies.
Bretton Woods II — No Way
“Laissez-faire is finished, the all-powerful market that is always right, that’s finished,” said Nicholas Sarkozy, speaking ex cathedra, last month. As a result, said the diminutive French president, it is “necessary to rebuild the entire global financial and monetary system from the bottom up, the way it was done at Bretton Woods after World War II.”
These are just a few articles making the rounds, and while they speak mainly to the economic crisis that is now admittedly felt around the world, they portend the increasing level of influence the UN backed socialist movement is enjoying. Barack Obama rose to prominence not because he is a black American, but because he rose through the ranks, nudged and prodded by those around him. Many in the left wing press refuse to pay credence to his upbringing in the Muslim religion, and he claims that he is not a Muslim, but a Christian. I see evidence that he attends a church claiming to adhere to the Christian faith, but I see no evidence that indicates that he is in fact a true believer in Christ.
But I do see evidence that he is a true believer in a socialist one world government. His actions prove that he supports bigger government, higher taxes, more control over the individual and that he has little regard for individual liberty. So here is a challenge to the Great B.O. As a born again Christian, I can say that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Saviour, that he died for my sins, and I have been redeemed by his sacrifice, and because of his sacrifice I have received the gift of everlasting life in the Kingdom of God. Mr. Obama, can you say that to this nation you have been elected to as a leader? Can you state to the world that you are have in fact been born again? Or are you going to parade around wearing a false robe of Christianity that so many religious leaders in this country like to wear, all the while leading their congregations to their deaths?
Christianity is not about which church you go to. Christianity is about who and what you are as a person. Being a Christian is not being a supporter of abortion, but realizing abortion as being the tragic thing that it really is. You, Mr. Obama, have supported and encouraged abortion during and before your time as a US Senator. You are no longer a US Senator, but the elected leader of the last remaining bastion of true freedom and liberty in the world. You claim to be a Christian, but your actions so far indicate otherwise.
You will be held accountable, Mr. President, for your actions while you hold this office. The taxpayers that elected you will hold you accountable. The Christians of this country will hold you accountable. But most importantly, God will hold you accountable for your actions, Mr. President.
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