Monday, May 3, 2010

More Calls For One World Government

One may recall that during the course of last summer, there were repeated calls for a one-world financial system and a single world currency, resulting from the emerging (at the time) financial crisis. Also recall that even Russian President Dmitry Medvedev unveiled what he called the coin of the "united future world currency" in this article: One World Government is almost here: Medvedev Shows Off Sample Coin of New 'World Currency' at G-8"

Today we see more of the same, only this time the calls for a world government is coming from the President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet:

"European Central Bank Calls For One World Government To Prevent Another Crisis"

The Jewish President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, told Forbes that global governance is extremely necessary if we want to prevent another financial crisis. In his prepared printed and spoken remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations, Trichet emphasized that politicians, economists, and financiers must work across the Atlantic and collaborate on methods to create an international set of standards.

It is his belief that through global governance, the resiliency of the global financial system can be assured, noting that ultimately it was governments’ use of taxpayer’s money, equivalent to around 25% of GDP on both sides of the Atlantic, that prevented another catastrophic great depression from occurring.

Of course, we won't suddenly wake up tomorrow to a new one-world government as a result of these comments. But in the same spirit of yesterday's post relating to the "conditioning" process in preparation for the "Mark of the Beast", we have been watching a similar conditioning process for a world governance. Like most big changes that we have been observing over the last 18 months, its all based a "crisis" - in this case, the world financial crisis.

I can recall that around 10 years ago, when presenting information on prophetic fulfillment, it was almost embarrassing to present the prophecies that dictate a world government and a world financial system - simply because such talk appeared "conspiratorial" and far-fetched. Not so in 2010. Discussions regarding a world financial system are daily news now, with articles, books and presentations made around the world on the merits of such unified global systems. My, how things have changed in 10 brief years.

There will be more and more calls for world governance over the financial system. If you have a singular, world financial system, then it is obvious that such a system would require governance. Is this how it begins?

Only time will tell.

The road continues to get paved - that road that leads to the Tribulation.

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