Tag : one-world-religion
Tag : one-world-religion
*A blog written by a character who appears in the novel The Wayfarers: Revised Edition. Read the book in Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, or paperback, and you’ll discover who this enterprising and beguiling man is.
The world is mine. What I say is so, because I am the leader you have waited for! I bring peace and prosperity, and a new world vision. We are one, people – I said we are one! Repeat after me: WE – ARE – ONE!
Christian bigotry will not be tolerated, and the Bible is outlawed. Beyond that, there will be no more religious intolerance because you all worship the same spirit of the same god. You might call him Allah, but that is not quite right. You might call him Buddha, but that isn’t accurate. But whatever you do, do not mention the name of Jesus in my presence, or you will meet the death kiss of my wrath! And true, we are one world, but I had better not hear of any FM stations playing that insipid former MTV staple We Are the World. That song is worse than the drivel that was played on K-LOVE before I had that “positive and encouraging” rubbish taken off the air!
I am suave, sophisticated, devilishly handsome and possessed of acute intelligence. I am an economic mastermind and a peacemaker extraordinaire. I have all the answers to the world’s problems because simply put, I am the answer! Ah, pardon my sarcasm, but do those statements smack of a lack of humility?
America is no longer a superpower, but instead a part of the North American Union; which is one of my 10 kingdoms. Yes, the world is now a better place because we are one, WE – ARE – ONE!
Now that those Jesus freaks were taken away by our friends from a distant planet – to whom we owe a debt of gratitude – we can be one government, one religion, one economy, and one world united in peace!
Repeat after me, WE – ARE – ONE!
This is far too easy. I have the world in the palm of my hand, and when I say jump you all should ask “how high?” And ah, yes, it seems like the citizens of the erstwhile U.S.A. are the most Pavlovian of all you dogs!
Bow before me, because I am the king of the world, and I am the solution to all the world’s problems.
SOPA (Stop Online Privacy Act) is a colossal, glittering jewel of flawed legislation that would greatly hamper our freedom of expression and communication on the internet. But, it could be that lawmakers are starting to hear the disjointed, cacophonous roaring of “we the people” over the rumble of the money machines run by the movie and recording industries and the clinking of the keys hung on the rings those industries’ metaphorical jail guards?
Ultimately, cyberspace itself will end up under the deceptive auspices of corporate kings and princes that seek consolidation and control in the burgeoning One World System that is soon to rule the people of planet Earth. SOPA may end up losing some teeth before biting into the meat of our internet freedom, but for how long will the internet remain free? And when this writer uses the adjective “free” it does not pertain to the fee the customer pays to his or her ISP.
The internet is an expressway to freedom. The World Wide Web allows fast and nearly effortless access to video, music, news, opinion, fact, fiction, truth, and lies. The free world can gain instant access to banking information and can shop from the privacy of its own personal space, without having to deal with live-in-the-flesh human beings in shopping malls and behind the wheels of motor vehicles.
With the freedom that the internet provides marvelous things can be done, like the spreading of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Contrarily, that very freedom allows for the satisfaction of sexual sin through pornography. And, if one is criminally-oriented, he or she can commit financial fraud and identity theft through phishing.
We can be whoever we want to be on the internet; as that very freedom allows us to blur the lines that separate fact from fiction. The internet allows us to hide behind user I.D. and passwords and enables us to write or say whatever good or evil thing we like, as there is a near zero chance that we will ever be caught up with and held accountable in the physical realm. Indeed, the internet gives us the freedom to be the ultimate best or most vial worst that we can be.
The internet provides a world-wide platform for us to speak out against injustice; whether that aforementioned injustice is legitimate or merely idealistic. In summary, the internet allows for information to flow as fast as greased lightening, and the The Powers That Be in this rapidly-developing One World System will not allow information and materials that are antithetical to their corporate machinations to flow unimpeded – if not blockaded – for long.
Yes, SOPA is just another of the efforts to curtail freedom in the names of “privacy” and “security” as the Fairness Doctrine attempted to bring “fairness” and “equal time” to radio and television.
After all is said and done, there is an attempt to eliminate the liberty of the many in an effort to consolidate the power to a few and from that few to merely one. This consolidation through elimination will happen despite the outcome of the 2012 election. When we come to grips with the fact that we can’t stave off the consolidation and loss of freedom, we can then prepare our hearts, minds, and souls for the fruition of the coming change; knowing that with faith in the Blessed Hope we won’t be here to see its full fruition.