12 february 2021

Roger Kotila of Democratic World Federalists publishes a summary and excerpts revised from a lecture on psychological factors to the Annual Meeting of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, asking, “Will the 188 nations in the UN General Assembly, all denied voting rights, launch Charter Review (as required by Article 109-3) using the Earth Constitution as their model and guide for a ‘new UN’ which transforms into a democratic world federal union government? Such a new governing structure for the nations must be established if we are to end wars between nations and to permanently eliminate the ever present danger of a nuclear nightmare.”

The European Economic and Social Committee will host Civil Society Days 2021: A Sustainable Recovery for the Future of Europe’s Citizens March 1-5: “Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has proved to be an endurance test for human and social rights, democratic values, the rule of law and economic resilience in the EU. While navigating stormy waters, organised civil society is playing a key role in coping with the countless pandemic-related challenges at European, national, regional and local level. All citizens must be involved in the current recovery and reconstruction process, and the forthcoming Conference on the Future of Europe, so as to make sure that no one is left behind on our way towards a sustainable Europe in 2030 and beyond.”

A recent online essay by Evangelical Christian author Dillon Burroughs provides a summary of Biblical concerns about a one-world government: “While Scripture does predict a global leader who will seek to rule the world, his leadership will be short and his control will be disputed. … The New Testament teaches we have been in the last days since the time of the early church, but increased globalism highlights how easily the fulfillment of this prediction could take place.”

One reply on “12 february 2021”

Regarding the Dillon Burroughs article, does anyone here have any good Christian counter-arguments? Arguments from a Christian standpoint are not my strength.


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