CNN Comes Out of the NWO Closet

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The forces engineering and agitating for a New World Order are no longer coy. They are now in-your-face blatant.
CNN — Commie News Network — titles its news panel on Obama’s War in Libya “The New World Order.”

H/t beloved fellow Sagebrush.

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0 responses to “CNN Comes Out of the NWO Closet

  1. As the old English adage puts it, “Better the Devil you know than the Devil you don’t!” And beside that, it creates a far better target!

    • Yo, Dave! Hey, your words were great, just what I needed after a day of dumb, especially when you wrote “…we pretty much have proven we suck at self-rule”, which is too, too true and made me belly laugh, likely to keep from crying!
      When I studied Biblical Hebrew and N T Greek in the late Eighties, I found the passage translated by K J et al., as “dominion over the earth” was actually quite different. The Hebrew says we’re put in a “bondage relationship” [No, NOT that kind!] and are to carefully steward the Creation. In turn it would care for us [God’s unfailing Love]. As you so rightly point out, we’ve done a piss poor job of it, and as Dr Weaver reminds us, this proves both our lack of piety and our refusal to stand in awe and take our rightful, but only our RIGHTFUL place, not His! That’s what Lucifer did, and ditto the MSM airheads, one and all.

  2. Actually, there are two New World Orders on the horizon.
    The first will be man’s, which will last seven years to the day, then God will end man’s rule, as after 6,000 years of recorded history, we pretty much have proven we suck at self-rule.
    The next World Order will be God’s, which will last 1000 years on this rock, and then there will be a new rock.
    And the best part is, the Commie News Network crowd, as well as the rest of their wretched ilk, will not be around after man’s rule has ended.

    • Hang in there, Sage Brush! He also said that we should “Look! For the Kingdom is within /amongst you.” Is there a Christian community near you, kindred spirits to help when, as John Denver wrote, “some days are diamond, some days are stone.”


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