The leaders of some 20 countries are meeting in Washington, D.C. at the invite of President George W. Bush. They will discuss how your money is going to be used to bail out a global economy. This meeting, the first of its kind in recent history, is convened to determine a global response to the worldwide economic crisis. Hundreds of billions of dollars will be on the table as these world leaders divvy up how they will spend that money to ward off what they say will be a global recession. The real intention of the meeting, however, is to establish a one world order financial system and to begin laying the groundwork for a worldwide government.
Leading up to the meeting, Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, "My message is that we must be: internationalist not protectionist; interventionist not neutral; progressive not reactive; and forward looking not frozen by events. We can seize the moment and in doing so build a truly global society." Brown wants to bring economic decisions into alignment with social needs around the world. French President Nicolas Sarkozy, after meeting with European leaders in Paris on October 4th, called for the global summit to implement "a real and complete reform of the international financial system." Sarkozy said, "We want a new world to come out of this."
In announcing the summit in early October, Bush said, "We live in a globalized world. We want to make sure that we're effective at what we do. Once we made the decision that there is a role for the federal government to move to stabilize the markets we want to make sure that all of us move in the best coordinated way as possible." The President of the European Union agreed with Bush during an October 18th meeting at Camp David. Jose Manuel Barroso said, The international financial system -- its basic principles and regulations and its institutions need reform. We need a new global financial order." These leaders all have been very careful to emphasize that the new world order must be built on democracy and capitalism.
World leaders are relying on tax money from Europe and the United States to redistribute wealth and to recapitalize worldwide banks that have been making bad loans for decades-this is a lot of democracy, but hardly any capitalism. Suggested solutions center around using tax money to increase the coffers of large international banks, global governmental ownership of banks, and as Sarkozy puts it, an "end to the American rule" over the global financial system. Ultimately, this means that to utilize global money, one must be a global citizen. As Revelation 13:17 says, "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." You are watching prophecy unfold.