At Sharm El-Sheikh on the Red Sea coast in Egypt, the heads of state from over fifty developing nations in the world have called for a 'new world' order to tackle fallout from the global economic meltdown and to prevent a repeat of such a crisis.
The leaders of nations like Cuba, Pakistan, Iran, the 58 member states of the African Union including the host country, Egypt, and all 118 member states of the non-align movement developing nations in this world say a new monetary and economic world order and the restructuring of the world financial system must be in place to take into consideration the needs of the developing countries.
Libya's Colonel Khaddafi, who heads up the African Union, also called for the restructuring of the UN Security Council which he branded as a form of terrorism monopolized by a few countries that are permanent members.
Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
The call by over fifty world leaders for a new economic and political world order is a precursor to the prophetic scenario that can be found in Bible prophecy for the End Times.
The non-aligned nations of our world meeting on the Red Sea coast in Egypt have made a demand of the rest of the world to set in place an economic structure to deal with the global financial crisis and they have called it a new world order.
Two ancient Jewish prophets, Daniel and John the writer of Revelation, layout this type of prophetic scenario in their writings. Daniel reveals the rise to power of a world leader to head up this new world order. His name, most familiar to you, one of twenty-seven names in Scripture, the Antichrist is identified in Daniel 7:8, 24 and 11:36-39. John, in the book of Revelation, refers to Daniel's prophecies as recorded in Revelation 13 and gives additional information about the global economic structure in Revelation 13:16, 17 and Revelation 18.
The leaders of over fifty developing nations of this world calling for a new world order have set the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.
Non-aligned leaders urge financial system reform - Financial Times
Call for new financial system - Witness
NAM summit closes after reaching consensus, approving documents - Xinhua News Agency
Calls for ‘new world order’ at NAM summit - Daily Times