The seven, the ten, the one
Established in 1975, the original Group of Six (The G6) nations were: United States, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Japan. In 1976 Canada joined in, making it the Group of 7.
In 1997, after the cold war era, Russia was added, making it the Group of 8, the G8. Russia was removed from the member list in 2014 after it invaded Crimea and stole it from the Ukraine.
The significance of the current G7 will increase immeasurably now that the United Nations has proven its consistent and saturated anti-Semitic bias and that it is without hope of ever obtaining the least bit of objectivity or relevance. It has been exposed as totally worthless. Like in Macbeth, ‘full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
The G7 will replace the UN in the near future as the one world body that actually has relevance. Russia, seeing the potential immense value and power of the G7, may actually regret its treatment of the Ukraine and return the Crimea Peninsula to them in order to seek reinstatement to the Group, which will happen. The then G8, consisting of the major industrialized nations, would simply rule the world through the economics of commerce. They will be able to establish the world according to their understanding of economic prosperity for all its member states. Most likely, the G8 will eventually become the G10 with the addition of China and India, which each have tremendous industrial strength.
With the G10 in place, the New World Order (NWO) can be solidified as an entity on the world stage. With non-member states possessing no influence over the actions of the G10, the G10 will declare radical Islam illegal and will demand the Arab Nations of the Middle East sign a peace treaty with Israel, one that will have teeth and dire consequences for any breach of the treaty. Because of decades of abuse of the world oil supplies, the Arab Nations will lose their control of them and will not be able to do anything about it. The G10 will declare Jerusalem as the common capital city for all ten nations. They will welcome the Vatican to oversee all religious institutions within the Old City, including the Temple Mount, for a while. Within a short time, however, the G10 will initiate the building of the third temple. Islam will have no influence against it as the Temple Mount is located in the sovereign nation of Israel. The Islamic institutions will be simply raked aside. As all religions built on the Bible are awaiting The Messiah, the G10 will happily provide him. It will be easy to do so, since none of the Jewish sects have ever solidly identified who the Messiah will be. Since they have no clue who to look for, they will be satisfied that they have the Kosher Messiah when they see the temple standing and peace at hand. With the temple having been built and a tangible peace evident in the Middle East, the G10 will reveal the ‘Messiah’, who is already among us. A secular Jew of renown, misogynistic, not religious; but one who understands the power of commerce and of humanism.
As the twelve million-plus Jews of the diaspora begin to believe, accept and recognize that the Messiah has come, as evidenced by the tangible and durable peace, the strong and binding peace treaty, the Temple, and the Jewish leader who they reason must be The Anointed One, they will soon feel the inner calling to return to Israel to dwell in the Jewish Nation, with the Messiah. The greatest Aliyah ever will then occur and the Jews will be bringing all their wealth with them, igniting the largest construction project of all times. Israel will be building neighborhoods, villages, towns and cities to accommodate the influx. With so much financial wealth concentrated within Israel, an unexpected change will be forced upon the G10.
With a disproportionate amount of the world’s wealth concentrated in Israel, a non-member nation, Israel will be invited to join The Group, but not by simply being added. Israel will replace three of the ten nations and effectively take over the reign of the Group. The Messiah will become the leader of the world but will surprise everyone with his next action. After having enabled the building of the third temple and having allowed for the return of the Levitical priesthood, the Messiah will declare that the Bible is no longer relevant. After all, as the ending and ultimate expectation of the scriptures was to have been the arrival of the Messiah with peace, and since the Messiah is present, as are the temple and peace, the scriptures will have been fulfilled and, therefore, deemed no longer relevant.
The Messiah will declare an end to all biblical religions, indeed of all religions altogether. He will declare the age of Humanism. “We are all brothers and sisters in this world. Let us behave with kindness and good will toward all.” To bind the Humanists together, prosperity will increase in leaps and bounds. No nation on earth will be left behind. War will be immediately abolished and outlawed. No more war, anywhere. The military industrial complex will quickly suffocate and collapse. Money will instead be made by building up, not by destroying. No one will be left behind. Poverty will soon be a thing of the past. The nations and peoples that hated Israel and despised Jews will actually learn to love both as prosperity and brotherly love engulf their lives and enrich them as well.
Imagine no borders, no religions, no war. Jon Lennon would have loved it; and multitudes will embrace it. The world will finally be in order, as it should be. But then, the unexpected happens. The two men who, according to scripture, did not taste death, Enoch and Elijah, will suddenly be among us, alive and full of indignation with something holy to declare. Yet their message will seem hateful and detrimental to a society of peace. ‘This man, your beloved leader, is not the promised Messiah but an imposter! Return to the Lord our God and follow His written laws, not adding to them nor removing from them! Become holy, as He is holy! Become perfect, as He is perfect!”
It’s easy to imagine that they will be ridiculed and hated.
That’s the end of the story for now, except that it is not just a story. It’s a reality scenario that is going to confront us all soon. So, it’s a good time to pose a question that will have immense relevance soon in your own life.
Whose side do you think you will be on? The side of prosperity and humanism, or the side of holiness? You will have to make a choice someday soon. Do you want wealth or God? It will be your personal choice. Nobody can make it for you, and apathy will not be an option. You cannot worship both. You must choose. It will not be an easy choice, as you will learn as the ‘story’ continues.