False Flag Economy – The Coming Prophetic Push for Unified World Currency

October 7, 2008 by  
Filed under Politics, War and Economics

For many years the scoffers laughed at those who predicted the current economic collapse, a collapse that even the pundits can see in their headlights now. Scoffers also laugh at the push to a unified world government and currency, yet the signs are that the stage is all but set for this system to occur.

Fixing the meltdown of the dollar and consequently many other currencies will likely require a new currency – regional at first, eventual global.  The Chinese official news agency is now advocating a new currency, and this same push is coming from the official Russian News Agency RIA Novosti.   They may want their own currencies to fill the bill, but no national currency will ever be trusted again.

As the Washington Times reports, economists from around the world are urging a globalist solution to a global meltdown. The nature of the worldwide meltdown will require a worldwide system to restore control, regardless of international borders.  A new regional or North American currency for the U.S. will also mean a loss of sovereignty, just as the Euro ushered the loss of sovereignty for the individual countries in Europe.  U.S. sovereignty is further eroded by the massive funding of its growing debt.  China and Arab nations can now pull the strings of our government with simple threats to pull investment out of our heavy leveraged treasuries. 

Bottom line, the Bible predicts a global economic system controlled by a future leader, and we are seeing a movement towards this. The elimination of the United States as a economic power is a removal of a major roadblock to this plan.

And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Rev 13:17


One Comment on "False Flag Economy – The Coming Prophetic Push for Unified World Currency"

  1. Andre on Sun, 9th Oct 2011 7:40 am 

    I’m sure its coming. Implementation wont be easy but there is a subtle but definite push in word – wide media thats been going for decades now. So get ready.

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