|| "Our way of life as individuals and as
citizens of the nations; our families and our jobs; our trade and
commerce and money; our educational systems and our religions and
our cultures; even the badges of our national identity, which most
of us have always taken for granted - all will have been powerfully
and radically altered forever. No one can be exempted from its effects.
No sector of our lives will remain untouched." -Malachi Martin,
The Keys Of This Blood, page 15, © 1990
U.N. Summit Ready For New World Order
UNITED NATIONS - Leaders of the Security Council nations were in New
York today for their first summit, ready to place the United Nations
at the center of a new world order and forge a common policy on peacemaking
and arms control....
The gathering of leaders of the 15 Security Council nations marks
the first time since the founding of the world organization in 1945
that the council, the most powerful U.N. body, has convened at the
-The Birmingham News, January 31, 1992
Religion And Politics
(Pope John Paul II) "insists that men have no reliable hope of creating
a viable geopolitical system unless it is on the basis of Roman Catholic
-Malachi Martin, The Keys Of This Blood, page 492, © 1990
A WORD TO THE READER
More wars have been fought and more blood has been
shed in the name of religion than any other cause, perhaps all other
causes. Countless millions have been slaughtered in the name of
God, Allah, Buddha, Mohammed, Christ-for thousands of years, Christian
killing Jew, Jew hating Mt~slim, the Muslim against Hindu, Christian
fighting Christian, Shuite versus Sunni, Sikh against Hindu, endless
rivers of blood, supposedly shed to rid the world of evil men and
make way for peace.
Is it possible for people of varied faiths and cultures
to live at peace in this world? When one considers the fragmentation
and division even among Christians or the never ending conflict
between Palestinian and Jew, prospects for peace seem dim indeed.
Some, aware of the dark record of history, would abolish all religion-some
would combine all religion!
Today something unmatched in history is taking place.
Leading statesmen and religious leaders are proposing a New World
Order, a plan that many sincerely believe can bring peace on earth.
A unity is envisioned that will transcend instinctive barriers that
have long separated cultures and religions.
Significant progress toward a New World Order is
seen in the spirit of ecumenism or togetherness now being urged
by prominent religious leaders. In the ecumenical plan, basic theological
or ideological differences are set aside while emphasis is instead
placed upon those elements common to most religions.
Could the long-desired universal peace be just around
the corner? Is it actually possible for men to forge a lasting peace
on the anvil of compromise? Or, could it be that we are naively
forging, not a New World Order, but rather the One World Order of
While controversial, it is not the purpose of this
publication to disparage or attack the honest convictions of sincere
persons whatever their politic or faith. Its purpose, rather, is
to bring out facts and principles which have a bearing upon coming
events. It reveals the hidden agenda behind the New World Order
and the Ecumenical Movement that almost no one dares to discuss.
But these issues must be freely discussed, for those who know history,
know "history repeats." As Winston Churchill once observed, "The
farther backward you can look, the farther forward you can see."