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Are Leading Right Wing Evangelists
Working For The NWO?
By Eric Jewell
Jan 14, 2003
For those who avoid religious articles, let me assure you I avoid most of them, too and this is not a religious or doctrinal writing. This article offers facts and begs the question, "Is the religious right being duped into accepting the NWO and luring millions in turn to "getting chipped"?
The story begins about a year ago when I began to uncover and expose the relationship between Tim Lahaye, co-author with Jerry Jenkins of the 'Left Behind' Christian fiction series, the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, and U.S. Intelligence agencies. What resulted from this was the 4 part series "Christianity and NWO - An Unholy Alliance".
During this time, Mr. Jenkins frequented Tyndale publishing's official 'Left Behind' message board. For various reasons I had several debates with him in his "author's forum". There was the discussion of Lahaye's relationship with Rev. Moon and intelligence personnel, which was at first denied until I began to publicly produce the evidence of these relationships, and then little by little individual facts were acknowledged while still denying the relationship.
This was only part of the story however, and as Paul Harvey would say, and now for... the rest of the story.
While in the process of discussing and debating the merits of Lahaye's relationship with US intelligence and the cult leader Rev. Moon, a second debate arose. This second debate could very well shed more light on the agenda of the authors and many conservative/Christian religious leaders of the right wing and their strange relationships with a man claiming to be messiah and their involvement in the intelligence community.
The Chang Scenario
Introduced into the series of books by Lahaye and Jenkins we see a character by the name of Chang. According to the authors, Chang associates with the hated Christians. At the same time however, he is living in a society, which is administering the Mark of the Beast and imprisoning, torturing, and killing those who have confessed Christ. He rides the fence and though he had not as yet received the mark, neither had he confessed Christ. The reason he gives for not receiving the mark is that it looks "painful". His father takes him to a medical facility where he is given the mark. Feeling doomed, he then finds his Christian friends who inform him that since he had been marked first by God, (???) the mark of God overcame the mark of the beast and he was now bearing both marks. Being familiar with the basic teachings of evangelical christianity, this certainly struck me as a strange scenario coming from 2 men who assume the roles of Christian teachers.
The same Bible that Lahaye and Jenkins claim to be teaching is very clear concerning the mark of the beast and the fate of those receiving the mark. It is the book of Revelation, chapter 13 that warns:
 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
 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.
 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six. (666)
It is this very passage to which even non-Christians refer concerning VeriChip and Digital Angel, warning that this will indeed progress until it becomes mandatory, thereby becoming the mark of the beast.
Though Lahaye is closely associated with Rev Moon and US intelligence through the organizations he founded such as the CNP, he is also a political activist and helped co-found the Pre-Trib Research Center (PTRC). He is hailed by many Christians as a scholar of prophecy, so ignorance of the scriptures cannot be an excuse for leading the Christian right into such justification for taking the mark or "getting Chipped". Could it be that the Bible he claims to believe is vague concerning this issue? Again -- and this is why so many are raising their voices about VeriChip -- His Bible and mine are very clear concerning the fate of those who will be "chipped".
 And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:
 And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name.
There are several other passages as well which are just as descriptive.
Has this premise effected the church?
Five years ago, if anyone in the church had been asked if they could bear both the mark of the beast and the mark of God, I would have felt confident that no one in the church who knew anything about the book of Revelation would have endorsed such an idea. The sad truth is however that there are now many on Tyndale's 'Left Behind' message board who have began to accept the idea that if they or someone "left behind" (ie, not taken by Christ in the 'rapture' as the belief goes) are chipped they will be just fine because they were marked by God first. Given the popularity of the series in the western world, it could be conjectured that the Church is indeed being primed to accept that they can be "chipped" and still be spiritually safe because they were marked by God first. As strange as it may sound coming from such men Jenkins has actually stated this. (Email me for a portion of the actual discussion.)
The questions I am raising here are not theological. Even many people of other religions are warning about VeriChip. The questions I am raising are more of the conspiratorial nature. Let's examine a few points that few will argue against.
#1 There are people of many differing belief systems who would agree that we are living in what is commonly called "the last days".
#2 There are many who believe that the worlds leaders, including and especially our own, have sold out constituency and have been knowingly leading us into a New World Order.
#3 In order to usher in a one world government it is absolutely necessary to bring in as many individuals as possible from every segment of society.
For instance, if only Republicans were bringing in the N.W.O., the Democrats would rebel against it and there would be quite a scrap and too much time, effort and expense would make it a fruitless effort that in the end, even many N.W.O. pundits would condemn. It is necessary for republicans, democrats, and independents to back entering into the N.W.O. If it only included the non-religious, then the religious would rebel on a large scale and likely prolong its ushering in, if not completely defeating it. So yes, especially taking into account that much of the western world calls itself Christian, it is an absolute necessity to bring in the Bible believer, as well as a majority from every religion possible for the smoothest of transitions.
Bearing these common sense facts in mind the next logical conclusion is that it is necessary to infiltrate the leadership of the church. From pulpits to seminaries, to councils, to religious writings. The church attendee has for 2000 years been commonly called "sheep" because they follow the teachers of the scriptures. It is necessary to the agenda of the N.W.O. that they be given leaders who practice the art of "appearing" to expound on the teachings of Christianity, while in reality they are leading them into acceptance of a one world government and the acceptance of "getting chipped". What is the reward to those who take these leadership positions? Reverend Moon gives gold watches, all expense paid trips, and most formidably hard cash. The left behind series has netted the authors well over 10 million dollars apiece, and this figure was a few books ago. Since then Lahaye and Jenkins have renegotiated their contract with Tyndale, and you can be assured it wasn't because they felt they were receiving too much money.
A fresh look at members of Lahaye's CNP will reveal more strange bed fellows.
Sen. Jesse Helms
Endorses the Moon owned Washington Times, closely associated with the CIA, and a member of the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR). Member of Tim LaHaye's CNP Board of Governors, Member of the Religious Roundtable, also chaired by LaHaye and several other leading evangelicals. Sen. Helms was also an attendee of several of Rev. Moon's World Anti-Communist League (WACL) conventions; Member of Moon funded 'Heritage Foundation', and American Conservative Union.
Lt. General Daniel Graham
Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Deputy Director CIA, Military advisor to President Reagan, was with the American Security Council and publicly endorses the Moon owned Washington Times. Also a member of the Moon organization World Anti-Communist League, and board of Directors for Rev. Moon's CAUSA. He founded the U.S. Council of World Freedom, which is a breeding ground for the leadership of Moon's World Anti-Communist League. He was Also associated with the group "Western Goals," a domestic intelligence gathering organization, which was also associated with Ollie North and the Iran/Contra debacle. Graham is a member of the American Freedom Coalition, which was also a Moon Funded group with many evangelicals such as Don Sills and Tim LaHaye. General Graham was Vice Chairman for the U.S. Council for World Freedom, which also is closely related to Moon's CAUSA. A member of the Council of 56, Religious Roundtable, and Board Member to Tim LaHaye's Council of National Policy.
Board Member of Moon's front group, the American Freedom Coalition. In 1983 the Moon group CAUSA, founded by Bo Hi Pak, former Korean CIA and liaison to the American CIA, and Moon's #1 man, granted Gottleib an all expense paid trip to Jamaica for a CAUSA conference, and he was thereafter associated with CAUSA. Gottlieb was also with the American Conservative Union, and was a CNP Member, and LaHaye/evangelical crony.
J. Peter Grace
Council of Foreign Relations (a breeding ground for the Bilderbergers, actively seeking to bring in the NWO), Knights of Malta, and worked with the CIA to remove classified info concerning former Nazi scientists so that they could immigrate into the U.S., in order to carry on their work (including mind control projects) in the United States.
Ashbrook was on the Advisory Board of the Western Goals (U.S. domestic intelligence gathering group), Also a member of Moon's front group "Christian Voice", founded by Bo Hi Pak. He was a member of the American Conservative Union and CNP Board of Governors.
(CNP Member) Former special assistant CIA Deputy Director for Administration, and Deputy Director for Operations.
Gen Richard Stillwell
Associated with AmeriCares, Chief of Far East Office of Policy Coordination, and was the head of Pentagon Intelligence during Reagan's Administration. Served as undersecretary of Defense for policy, helped to form the Intelligence Support Activity, which was a top secret army espionage unit that operated in El Salvador when that government was toppled and restructured. He was the CIA's contact man in the office of Secretary of Defense.
Former Attorney General, former Chief of Staff for the Reagan Administration, and was closely tied with the Bush family.
U.S. Diplomatic Rep. to the United Nations. Kirkpatrick was a chairman for Moon's Nicaraguan Freedom Fund. She has been a director of the Council of Foreign Relations, (a force pushing the world into its New Order, many of which are Bilderbergers), and has been an honored speaker for Lahaye's CNP.
Maj. General John K. Singlaub
Formerly of the OSS (forerunner of the CIA), Former Deputy Chief CIA in Korea (Moon's homeland), and also at the Chinese desk of the CIA(2), Head of the Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force, and was with the American Security council. Singlaub denies association with Operation Phoenix, though his Task Force was in charge of it. Operation Phoenix was an assassination organization that was responsible for the death of many thousands of Vietnamese civilians. Chief of Staff of the U.N. Command in Korea, forced to retire under Jimmy Carter. He founded the U.S. Council of World Freedom, which is very tightly associated with Rev. Moon's World Anti-Communist League.
His Council has been a breeding ground for Moon's WACL organization. He met repeatedly with William Casey of the CIA, Elliot Abrams of the State Department, and Oliver North of the NSC between 1980 and 1986, all of which were involved in the "drugs for guns" debacle in Honduras and Nicaragua. He was head of the USCWF, Chairman of Moon's WACL (World Anti-Communist League), Refugee Relief International, board member of Tim Lahaye's Council of National Policy (Singlaub raised at least $100,000 for Moon's WACL from Tim Lahaye's CNP group during just 1 fundraiser. Singlaub has been with Western Goals (a group dedicated to surveillance of American "subversives"), and the British arm of Western Goals.
In an interview for CBS's "60 Minutes" Mike Wallace asked him, "Singlaub has become Ronald Reagan's secret weapon to sidestep a congress that will not permit him to act in the areas where he believes that our (national) security interests are at stake· True?" Singlaub responded "True". His associations with these groups were to effect the toppling and restructuring of governments. He did this largely through LaHaye's CNP and the Council of 56 Religious Roundtable. He has admitted that the Defense Department organized the private aid, which largely included Moon's NFF, WACL, Heritage Foundation, And Tim LaHaye's CNP and The Religious Roundtable.
These men were behind the scenes planning and carrying out the dirty work since the Nixon administration, and their efforts have been untiring. If it can be said that the agenda of the United States is the bringing in of the N.W.O. then it can certainly be said that these men have all been instrumental in it's shaping. Just 1 decade from the time Lahaye formed the ACTV (another conservative religious activist organization) and much less than a decade from the time he helped found the CNP, he teamed with Jenkins to begin the left behind series.
Could this be the reason that when Jenkins was faced with this statement, "It is not my assertion that one with the mark would be lost, it is God's", his reply was "I disagree"?
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