Friday, January 25, 2008

The New World Religion

The New World Religion

Rockefeller and the New World Religion
by Daniel Taylor, Dec 02, 2007

Internationalism must first be a state of mind, an ideal, a
chivalry, a religion, before it can be a reality and a system."
Samuel Zane Batten, 1919

The Rockefeller family, while they are by no means the only
major players in world affairs, have contributed large amounts
of resources to the creation of a world government. Utilizing
vast monetary resources which were initially amassed by the
oil empire of John D. Rockefeller Sr., their efforts have gone
into nearly every area of significance. From politics, media,
to education, the Rockefellers are a force to be reckoned
with. One vitally important and often overlooked method
of influence that the Rockefellers have enjoyed is in the realm
of the church and religion.

It comes as little surprise, given their long term goal of world
government, that the Rockefeller family would approve of
and support a societal outlook favorable to globalism. The
use of religion is one method that, in Rockefeller's eyes,
looked to be a promising means of accomplishing this
goal. Early programs such as the Interchurch World Movement
focused on the maintenance of harmonious relations between
people in America's growing industrial society. Later endeavors
such as the World Council of Churches would trend towards
being global in nature with goals moving beyond that of simply
maintaining class stability in America to elimination of national
sovereignty and world governance. While some methods have
been changed over time, and names of organizations have
been altered, the overarching agenda of Rockefeller has
remained the same.

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