From the Piscean Age, Mankind entered the Aquarian Age, which, according to Levi H. Dowling (1844-1911), is “pre-eminently a spiritual age ,and the spiritual side of the great lessons that JESUS gave to the world may now be comprehended by multitudes of people, for the many are now coming into an advance stage of spiritual consciousness.”
Empires and hegemonies rise and collapse each time the Universal Wheel turns. From the fall of
When the Lord brought
Back the captivity of
We were like those who Dream
Then our mouth was filled with laughter
And our tongue with singing
Then they said among the nations
The Lord has done great things for them
The Lord has done great things for us.
And we are glad.
Bring back our captivity O Lord
As the streams in the South
Those who sow in tears
Shall reap in joy
He who continually goes forth weeping
Bearing seed for sowing
Shall doubtless come again
Bringing his sheaves with him. (Psalm 126 v 1-6)
No matter how seemingly powerful an empire is, it would come to an end, when GOD ALMIGHTY wishes to assert HIS AUTHORITY, as JEHOVAH ADONAI.
When President Ahmadinejad spoke last September at the United Nations, in
“Change has come to
I cannot but ask “if
The children of Abraham will not listen to the United Nations or to reason because they did not listen to the CHRIST EMMANUEL. The Bible says that they (Palestinians and Israelis) are “impudent and hard-hearted.” They are a rebellious house.
Behold I have made your face against their faces and your forehead strong against their foreheads (Ezekiel 3v8).
For centuries, through wars, colonial rule, imperialism and other vicious forms of oppression, suppression and other well-documented acts of cruelties and reactionary-minded tendencies, Man has suffered throughout history. Must Man continue to suffer?
On January 20, 2009, President Barack Obama, an African, will start to govern
This would be a wonderful testimony. As GOD has overturned politics in
President Barack Obama will sit in the Oval Office, on President Franklyn Roosevelt’s six cane backed chair. Occasionally, he would look out to the
Obviously, there will be swirling tides. There are still cynics, racists and xenophobes in high and low places, who are hard at mischievous work against Obama. They will fail because the HAND of the TRIUNE GOD is steering the Era of the Gentiles, Atonement and the Brotherhood of Man.
It is true that Barack Obama said many things during his campaign. According to Hugh Sidey,” History bears good witness to the fact that successful Presidents gained their stature not so much by doing what they promised, but by improvising wisely when they are faced by inevitable surprises.”
We see that there are mischief-making journalists and pundits, who would want to hold Obama strictly to all he said during the harrowing presidential campaign, as if they were words of prophecy. They are prepared to judge him harshly and contemptuously in order to feel good. They failed woefully to hold George Bush to account. The cowards among American journalists only started to jibber in the last month of Bush’s presidency.
Many American journalists, Congressmen, Senators, academics looked on as Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld, Kofi Annan, misadvised, mislead or gave tacit approval to Bush’s gregarious blunder in the invasion of Iraq.
I made my views known in my book published in 2003. I wrote that the reasons, justifications and rationale provided for the destruction of
Those journalists/assassins, who will make it their sworn duty to criticize Barack Obama, as game, will cut no ice when they start their anti-Obama campaigns! Our ultimate question to these iconoclast/ journalists is, “Why did you not contest the presidential elections in order to re-shape the
After the chill winds of winter abate, Obama may wish to start his diplomatic forays into the world with a fresh spring soiree at the
I will be waiting at the Arch de Triumph, wearing an African Kaftans, with a cap to match, chanting, Praise the LORD!!!
President Nicholas Sarkozy, enamoured of foreign affairs, will provide a cozy atmosphere and mount a memorable Bien Vienu.
The New American diplomacy must be essentially different from George Bush’s, which was ill-informed, belligerent, bullying, evocative and ill-advised.
A lot of analysts have shied away, tongue in cheek, to call a spade a spade. The truth shall set the economists free.
New American diplomacy in the Era of the Gentiles, Atonement and the Brotherhood of Man, ought to distance itself from verbal arrogance, denigration of dissenting views and belligerency.
The urgent task for the new
There is more ferment in the
Only delicate negotiations and respectful accommodation can make international relations helpful in the new era. Of course, there will be explosions of political nature and other distractions, which would be orchestrated by political mal-contents and evil-minded people.
Such political infestations must be confronted with unequivocal and unbridled superior challenge by the United Nations. The UN Secretary-General may wish to play a more active role in the affairs of the United Nations and not succumb to influences.
Mr. Banki Moon may wish to engage world leaders in personal diplomatic contacts document their grievances and present these to a community of scholars to proffer solutions, which should then be discussed by leaders during their September meetings. This is more constructive than giving leaders a forum for mudslinging as we have witnessed in recent years.
I condemn scientists, who gave mankind the weapons of man’s destruction at Satan’s promptings. One of these scientists instituted the Nobel Prize, as a detergent to help sanitize his conscience. So, what is the joy about in receiving such a prize?
The United Nations should engage more in preventive diplomacy and the institution must be seen to be independent. As of now, honestly, it is not.
Waiting for mayhem to take place before resorting to “condemnations”, expressing concern and sending condolences is bad diplomacy. “A stitch in time saves nine.”
For example, UN Secretary-General, Dag Hammarskjold, personally went to
The Obama administration must ignore the voices of the political hawks in his team and open dialogues with real or imagined enemies of the
In so doing,