Presidents of countries and other world leaders are called upon many times throughout their respective terms to deliver speeches ranging from a variety of subjects at various venues to diverse audiences, perhaps the most important and sometimes most memorable are the firsts and the lasts. September 20, United States President Barack Obama delivered his final speech before the United Nations General Assembly. In his final opportunity to address other world leaders at this august assembly, President Obama seemed to be delivering an speech written by the Vatican or even Pope Francis himself as he appealed for a one-world government which would include a global economy, global system of education, etc. as well as a one-world religion. This is not idle speculation or a conspiracy theory, you can read it for yourself in the transcript. Reflecting on the “progress” of the last eight years, Mr. Obama recounted the supposed successes achieved thorough unity and coordinated responses and efforts and then makes the case for global integration while condemning those who reject this idea.
In his own words: “During his speech Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, President Obama suggested ‘powerful nations’ like the U.S. should subordinate themselves to the U.N., coming just short of outright calling for a one-world government…We can choose to press forward with a better model of cooperation and integration. Or we can retreat into a world sharply divided, and ultimately in conflict, along age-old lines of nation and tribe and race and religion…After laying out four proposals for how the world’s nations can advance globalism—ending ‘wage inequality,’ combating ‘climate change,’ embracing cultural integration and ending fundamentalism, and sustaining international cooperation. To do that, he said, it was time for the whole world to ‘put its money where its mouth is…’ Sometimes I’m criticized in my own country for professing a belief in international norms and multilateral institutions, but I am convinced that in the long run, giving up some freedom of action—not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests, but binding ourselves to international rules over the long term—enhances our security. And I think that’s not just true for us.”1
In other words, each nation and each religion must surrender its individuality, distinctiveness and must, in order to have peace harmony, mutual respect and a better world, break down the barriers or walls that divide and build bridges of integration, and universalism. This means that a person’s liberty of conscience will be restricted for the sake of the “common good.” The overtones and running thread of this address are simply reiterations of the message that Pope Francis has been heralding from the very inception of his papacy, which simply means that President Obama, a representation of apostate Protestant America (Revelation 13:11-18), is advocating a one-world government and religion based upon the principles and policies of Roman Catholicism. This is simply America forming an image to the beast, the Roman Catholic hierarchy, which then leads to the other nations to do the same.
One may be thinking that President Obama’s days are numbered as President, so this should not be alarming and certainly is not prophetic. Oh but it is prophetic, and reflects the very sentiments held by the other presidential candidates, and in the face of global crises, which are oft times orchestrated by the Papacy (Jesuits) in order to impose restrictive measures that otherwise could not have been implemented, these politicians will resort to any proposed solution promising peace, security and restoration to “divine favor” and temporal prosperity. For the Papacy and her allies the formula is simple: create the problem, get the people in a panicked/desperate state, then propose the solution, which begins with martial law, continues to legislated morality and culminates with the National Sunday Law.