Exposing the Great Reset: Biblical Truths

Will the Great Reset create a better world? What about America?

What does the Bible say about the Great Reset, climate change, and Satan’s rule in this world?

How will the Great Reset affect you?

Recently I sat down with Jake McCandless and Cherrilynn Bisbano of Stand Firm Ministries to expose deep truths about the Great Reset.

What Kind of World Do YOU Want?

Whew! I just returned from a whirlwind of conferences, speeches, and yes, even the Washington, DC Prayer March 2020.

In the last two weeks I heard speeches from Charlie Kirk, Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Todd Starnes, Elizabeth Johnstone (“The Activist Mommy”), Kevin and Sam Sorbo, Franklin Graham, and our Vice-President, Mike Pence.

My biggest takeaway is their messages consistently contain this theme: We’re facing an unprecedented shift away from biblical values and we need to repent as a nation.

As I mingled with the crowds, I asked why people came to these events. From all across the country, the reason I kept hearing was this: everyone is concerned about the future of our nation.

So let me ask you the same question: What kind of world do you want for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren?

Plain and simple, our freedoms could be turned upside down after the upcoming election because Democrats bought into the socialist philosophy that says take every principle previously called rational and turn it on its head.

The truth is, your UNALIENABLE, GOD-GIVEN Rights are at stake in this election. As you’re about to discover, the Left and their protectors in the media have misled you.

If this were not true, then why- on September 27, 2015- did Barack Obama sign the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development? The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a global social contract to create a new world order in which your rights are determined- not by your Creator as the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence says- but by the United Nations under Article 29, section 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

This is what you need to understand: Human rights are principles we use to establish Good and Evil in society. This election, we have the same choice Adam and Eve faced in the Garden of Eden. Who will determine Good and Evil after this election? There are only 2 sources of human rights: either our rights come from God or they come from man. And this election, we will choose whether to eat all the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil or leave it alone.

Most people know little to nothing about the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development or that it is a plan to create a global government by 2030 and no one in media is telling you about it. Very few people understand how far that plan has advanced in our society since 2015.

Let me ask you a few questions: Have you ever heard of “sustainable disarmament?” “open borders?” “GAPMIL- the Global Alliance for Partnerships in Media and Information Literacy that censors conservative news?” Did you know under “Education 2030”, which was written in 2015, there are plans to create a global online education system before 2030 for times of crisis?

If you’re as concerned about these issues as I am, then you already know you need to be informed of what’s going on.

In my upcoming book, I’m going to show you how the UN’s “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” is already impacting our world, where to find out what’s next on their agenda, and how you can take action to preserve your God-given rights for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren.

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Truth, Reality, and Sounds of Silence

The image of this well, a lonely structure standing resolute among the smokey ruins, and the sad, desperate emotions of The Sound of Silence, capture the cry of my restless heart. Truth and reality are like silent raindrops falling in a well of silence while the world around me burns.

I see what’s happening and I can’t stay silent. But who’s listening?

Where are the voices of those who dare disturb the sound of silence?

The world is burning because evil people are hell-bent on destroying biblical values and building a global kingdom. What we’re witnessing is “a tragedy of the commons,” and guess who’s responsible for it: the United Nations. Their plans aren’t hidden- but they aren’t openly discussed, either.

I’m talking about the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It’s an agenda created by heads of state around the world and held together by the values of humanism. Signed on September 27, 2015, Agenda 2030 aims to consolidate world power into a global government.

Humanism, a philosophy who’s motto is ‘Good without God,” is a lie that seduces the weak-minded. Have you ever wondered how the world eventually becomes of one mind and gives its authority and power to the beast? This is it. Humanism is no different than the same philosophical lie Satan used to seduced Eve in the Garden of Eden. The end result is mankind replaces God and determines for himself Good and Evil. Why else would UNESCO, the UN organization responsible for bringing Agenda 2030 to reality, say things like “Humanism must be globalized,” and “we must give people the values and understanding they need?”

What happens if those values aren’t your values? Knowing what you know now, if you were standing as Eve in the Garden of Eden, would you eat of the forbidden fruit? Because that’s what’s being put in front of each and everyone of us by the United Nations.

Why isn’t the media talking about this? Why is the media silent? Here’s the answer: UNESCO and their partners in its Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) are committed to building a humanist world and they recognize the power of media and information to do just that.

Censorship of conservative views will get worse.

Will you stand with me and dare disturb the sound of silence?

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Is the UN Sabotaging the US Economy?

I believe the United States economy is under a coordinated attack by the United Nations (UN).

As crazy as it may sound, there’s reason to believe the UN may be sabotaging the global economy to effect sweeping changes in how the world produces and consumes goods and services.

Covid-19 wrecked economies of the world as nations put their citizens on lock down. As businesses and governments around the world followed the UN-led World Health Organization’s recommendations to alter business practices, many people lost income or even their jobs. Small- and medium-sized business owners lost months of critical revenue. Many businesses closed their doors permanently.

Perhaps it was necessary to quarantine for a while, but while we stayed home something far worse than a pandemic happened to us:

The United Nations moved closer to their goal of establishing a global government by 2030.

If you’re not familiar with these plans, I encourage you to find out for yourself. You can read the full text version of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development here.

Despite a recent positive unemployment report, major economic damage occurred.

Lost income results in less spending, and less spending equates to less demand for production of goods and services. Less demand means more unemployment. Unless a miracle happens, the 2020 GDP will be devastating.

Why do I believe the United Nations may be sabotaging the US economy? Because Agenda 2030 calls for drastic reductions in the production and consumption of goods and services before 2030, and they have a vast, powerful network dedicated to making that happen.

Read it for yourself. Here’s what’s written on page 8 of Agenda 2030:

“We commit to making fundamental changes in the way that our societies produce and consume goods and services. Governments, international organizations, the business sector and other non-State actors and individuals must contribute to changing unsustainable consumption and production patterns . . . We encourage the implementation of the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns. All countries take action, with developed countries taking the lead . . .” (Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, 8.)

Despite violating the spirit of the Supremacy Clause in the second paragraph of Article VI of the Constitution, the United States agreed to commit our nation to the UN’s New World Order when president Obama signed Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development on September 27, 2015.

Read the White House press release announcing the signing of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development here.

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Are Democrats Secretly Advancing a Global Government?

Are Democrats secretly advancing a global government?

By now most know Democrat Rep. James Clyburn told caucus members the Coronavirus bill was “a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.”

Does anyone know what the “Democrat vision” is?

Clyburn’s comments preceded Nancy Pelosi’s controversial add-ons to the bill. Some of the add-ons include questionable funding for foreign nations. Why were non-virus-related items attached?

The Vision: Plans to Transform our World

It seems the Democrats’ vision and Pelosi’s pork-funding follow an already-established plan signed by Barack Obama, along with more than 150 other world leaders, called Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Signed on September 27, 2015, “Sustainable Development,” or simply, “Agenda 2030,” is a plan of action for all citizens to change the way we think, live, and produce and consume goods and services:

“All countries and all stakeholders,” it says, “acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan . . . we are determined to take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world on to a sustainable and resilient path. As we embark on this collective journey, we pledge that no one will be left behind.”

The Vision: The 15-year Timeline

The White House press release announcing Obama’s signing of Agenda 2030 included a narrow timeline. “The adoption of the 2030 Agenda . . . sets out a global development vision for the next 15 years.”

If these bold and transformative steps are urgent, and the target date of 2030 is now only ten years away, when are “all countries and all stakeholders” going to get started?

Perhaps we already have.

Maybe this “global development vision” is the explanation behind the radical policies which are already transforming how we live.

Climate, Population, and Resource Preservation

Sustainable development is a unique worldview based upon the relationship between climate, population, and use of the world’s resources.

The idea driving sustainable development is to create a sustainable future- one in which humanity can survive well into the future.

This, of course assumes several things:

First, sustainable development assumes unless we change how we live, the world could come to an end. Since most people don’t want to change, policies must be adopted to force us to change our beliefs and our habits.

Second, sustainable development assumes mankind’s production and consumption habits are unsustainable. Therefore, the world’s economic models must change to conform to sustainable models.

This means citizens of wealthy nations must learn to live at a much lower standard of living and take other measures to reduce their “carbon footprint.”

What better time to transform to a sustainable economic model than after a global economic collapse?

Third, sustainable development aims to create a sustainable world ethic and make everyone live by a set of common rights.

This third idea is a hurdle since America was built upon the premise “We are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights . . .”

What happens when a secular world who despises the thought of a Creator joins forces to create a sustainable set of rights?

See where this is headed? You cannot have “sustainable development” and make America- or any other nation- great again.

But it gets worse.

The Underlying Issue: Reversing Biblical Order

One of the leading figures of the Sustainable Development movement is former executive council member of the Club of Rome, Jorgen Randers. During an address before the 2012 Sustainability Conference at Cambridge University, Randers bluntly explains the real goal behind sustainable development is to reverse biblical thinking:

“If I could persuade you of one thing, it should be this: the world is small and fragile, and humanity is huge, dangerous and powerful. This is a total reversal of the biblical perspective on humanity, and the way in which man has thought during most of his presence on Earth. But this is the perspective we need to take if sustainability emerges or, at least, that the world as we know it survives for a couple of hundred more years.”[1]

It couldn’t be clearer. The vision for sustainable development is an anti-biblical approach to solving the world’s problems.

Anti-biblical thinking is anti-Christian thinking, and a world government built upon anti-Christian thinking is what will eventually bring to fulfillment this horrifying biblical prophecy:“For God has put it into their hearts to fulfill His purpose, to be of one mind, and to give their kingdom to the beast until the words of God are fulfilled.” (Revelation 17:17)

[1] Jorgen Randers, 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years, from a lecture given in the 10th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series in Sustainable Development, hosted by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership and the Centre for Sustainable Development in the Department of Engineering on March 14, 2012. https://www.cisl.cam.ac.uk/resources/publication-pdfs/jorgen-randers-2052-a-global-forecast-for-the-next.pdf (April 7, 2020).

Bernie Sanders Scorns Bible’s Population Mandate

On Wednesday, Bernie Sanders scorned the Bible’s population mandate to fill the earth. 

As progressive politicians push the boundaries of taboo after taboo in their quest to build a “Sustainable” future, mainstream Americans are left wondering where they’re headed.  How morally-low can they go and what drives their thinking? 

Sanders Declares War on Humanity

For Senator Bernie Sanders, at least, nothing is more important than saving the planet from climate change.  To do that, he once suggested declaring a World War II-like scale war on humanity.[1] In his latest attack, Sanders aimed his war against humanity on the human population.

On September 4, 2019, CNN hosted a Presidential Candidate Town Hall which included Sen. Sanders.  During the event, a member of the audience identified as Martha Readyoff, a teacher from New Hampshire, was handed a microphone. “Human population growth has more than doubled in the last fifty years,” she said. “The planet cannot sustain this growth. I realize this is a poisonous topic for politicians, but it is crucial to face.  Empowering women and educating everyone on the need to curb population growth seems a reasonable campaign to enact.[2]” 

She then asked Sen. Sanders, “Would you be courageous enough to address this issue and make it a key feature of a plan to address climate catastrophe?” 

Sanders rose to his feet in response, “Well, Martha, the answer is ‘yes.’”  “The answer has everything to do with the fact that women in the United States of America, by the way, have a right to control their own bodies, and make reproductive decisions.”

Sanders Says Americans Should Fund World Population Control

Sanders then condemned the Mexico City Agreement and suggested American taxpayer money should be used to fund abortions and population control programs around the world.  “And the Mexico City Agreement,” he said, “which denies American aid to those organizations around the world that allow women to have abortions or even get involved in birth control to me is totally absurd.  So I think, especially in poor countries around the world, where women do not necessarily want to have large numbers of babies, and where they can have the opportunity through birth control to control the number of kids they have, something I very, very strongly support.[3]

I wish I could say the conversation between Sanders and Readyoff caught me by surprise.  It didn’t.  Instead, it seemed as if their dialogue was read from a script. 

The Limits to Growth

In 1972, Jorgen Randers and Dennis and Donella Meadows were commissioned by the Club of Rome to write The Limits to Growth. Referencing their computer models to predict human impacts on climate, The Limits to Growth started what is now called the Sustainable Development movement.  Dennis Meadows explained the book’s primary premise is the belief the world is overpopulated and eventually, over-population will cause over-consumption. They offered three possible outcomes:

First, the world could just do nothing and continue to live normally.

Second, they proposed a 2% shift in the way we produce goods and services.  This would entail “modifying capitalism,” and “modifying democracy,” but, they said, we must begin immediately.  That was in 1972.  Did world leaders ever begin, or was it begun silently?

Third, they proposed reducing our production and consumption habits by downplaying today’s costs in favor of tomorrow’s future. 

I believe the second and third options hold the keys to understanding a lot of our present woes- not only our woes, but the woes of citizens in other nations throughout the world.

Obama’s Agenda 2030

On September 27, 2015, President Obama signed an agreement with world leaders to create a new path of world leadership under the direction of the United Nations.  Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development vows to leave no citizen behind in its commitment to do whatever it takes to create a sustainable world order before 2030. 

Folks, as of the time of this writing, they’ve only got eleven years to reach their goal.  The next election is critical.

Advancing Towards 2030

Since the signing of Agenda 2030, capitalism, a critical enabler of the American Dream, has come to be regarded by many as a primary enemy of the environment.  We’ve also witnessed the effects of a rogue network of fake news, social media censorship, global citizenship education, manipulated search engine algorithms, character assassinations, and other propaganda tools to modify our behavior and values.  The level of exposed government corruption is unprecedented, yet convictions appear elusive.  Meanwhile, our election process is in despicable disarray, and those who make efforts to verify voters are vilified.  We’re in the midst of a social revolution, and no one is explaining it or telling us where they intend to take us.  But Jorgen Randers offers some clues.   

Socialism for Sustainability

Curiously, Randers predicted during a 2013 television interview that America would soon be a socialist nation.  He also said the U.S. would have the fastest declining economy in the world, partly because of a declining population.[4]  I don’t think it’s a coincidence that a Sustainable Development advocate like Bernie Sanders almost secured the previous Democratic presidential nomination.  Nor do I think the growing socialist elements that burst onto the Congressional scene during the last election cycle are coincidences either. 

Reversing the Biblical Perspective on Humanity

Likewise, I don’t believe Sen. Sanders’ vision for America is far removed from Jorgen Randers’ vision.  On March 14, 2012, Randers articulated his vision for the future at the 10th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series in Sustainable Development at Cambridge University.  “If I could persuade you of one thing,” he began, “it should be this: the world is small and fragile and humanity is huge, dangerous and powerful.  This is a total reversal of the biblical perspective on humanity, and the way in which man has thought during most of his presence on Earth.  But this is the perspective we need to take if we’re to be sure that sustainability emerges, or, at least, that the world as we know it survives for a couple of hundred more years.[5]

What Randers admits, but what most people fail to realize, is the true purpose of the UN’s Sustainable Development Agenda is to replace biblical authority.

Readyoff’s question seemed destined to be asked, aged like wine, and uncorked at the right moment.  That moment is now and a new “sustainable” world order by 2030 is the goal. 

Sanders’ Population Control vs. God’s Population Mandate

Will America embrace Sen. Sanders’ population control policy to save the planet, or will we return to our Creator and Sustainer, who gave us the population mandate,

  “Be fruitful and multiply, fill the earth, and use it.” (Genesis 1:28)

Bernie Sanders has taken his stand to reverse the biblical perspective on humanity.  Where will you stand?

[1] The Club of Rome, “Towards a WW2-Scale Climate Mobilisation,” https://www.clubofrome.org/2016/04/28/club-of-rome-member-responds-to-bernie-sanders-climate-statements/ (September 5, 2019)

[2] CNN, “Presidential Town Hall with Sen. Bernie Sanders,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bksQ5szyEs8 (September 4, 2019)

[3] CNN, “Presidential Town Hall with Sen. Bernie Sanders,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bksQ5szyEs8 (September 4, 2019)

[4] Prime News 2013 06 12, “Jorgen Randers Forecast the World in 2052,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjNElUOg_Rc (September 5, 2019)

[5] The Future in Practice: The State of Sustainability Leadership, lecture by Jorgen Randers, 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years, https://www.cisl.cam.ac.uk/resources/publication-pdfs/jorgen-randers-2052-a-global-forecast-for-the-next.pdf  (January 5, 2019)