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W. B. Howard, Editor of Dispatch magazine, Endtime Ministries (Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia), a sister in Christ, was accidentally invited to attend a special meeting of elites from around the world, where at least one of it's main purposes was to bash "fundamentalist" Christianity. The affair took place in Australia, a land known for strong anti-Creationist, anti-Bible secularism, but in this case, the elites were religious. The name of the meeting was, "The First Religion and Cultural Diversity Conference"(July 1997). Our sister, Ms. Howard, has brought to our attention much of everything which was said against us at one of this conference's workshops, and is making it openly known on the internet through a series of reports. Main segments of the first report will be the bulk of this chapter, giving you verification for what we always knew, that top-level anti-Christian conspiracies have been taking place inside the secret doors of certain opposition. However, by "anti-Christian," I do not mean the conspiracy is opposed to all forms of Christianity, for the Vatican and other Christian bodies had representation, including, to my great surprise, World Vision. We are not talking small-potatoes priests and pastors here, but of Cardinals who may soon run for the office of the pope.

Here, then, with my entries in black text and square brackets, is the report of our sister, who first includes some background information on the affair before launching into the insidious remarks made against those of us who will not compromise our faith.


The three day conference which I attended in Melbourne, [Australia] as a delegate, this July, 28-30, was an experience of a life-time for me! The sheer shock of that gathering is with me day and night - it will take time to come back to "normal." In our own country, political and religious leaders from across the globe, and Australia, gathered to confer on the global intentions of the New Age - the dignitaries in Australia this July were truly remarkable.

MAURICE STRONG, New Age leader who headed the [New World Order] Earth Summit, was in Australia; the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. George Carey, was in Melbourne to open the Multicultural Conference; Cardinal Francis Arinze, tipped by many to be the next Pope of the Catholic Church, was at the Religious Conference in Melbourne; The Governor General of Australia, Sir William Deane, was in attendance at The Religion and Cultural Diversity Conference in Melbourne.

Many political big names gathered there also. A profusion of religious leaders came together, Anglican and Catholic Archbishops in purple and scarlet, Buddhists in saffron robes, Islamic leaders, Greek Orthodox priests, Jewish Rabbis, Quaker leaders, World Vision representatives, Salvation Army officers, United Church ministers, the Church of Christ was represented - many others. (A list can be sent of presenters and delegates for those interested...will be On-line soon)

The Australian Multicultural Foundation, executive director, Mr. Hass Dellal, the President/Moderator of the World Council on Religion and Peace, took a lead role in the three day and two night conference. We were given a glamorous cocktail reception at Parliament House on the Monday night!

The actual program planning committee comprised:

The Hon. Sir James Gobbo AC, the Governor of Victoria (Then Chairman of the Australian Multicultural Foundation 1988 - April 1997); Mr. B.(Hass) Dellal OAM, Australian Multicultural Foundation; Dr. John Bodycomb OAM, World Conference on Religion and Peace Australia; Professor Desmond Cahill, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Dr. Fiona Hill, World Conference on Religion and Peace Australia; Rev. John Baldock (1996), World Conference on Religion and Peace.

Supporting sponsors were:

Victorian Multicultural Commission, the National Australian Bank, The University of Melbourne and the State Government of Victoria.

Members and Signatories of the Australian Multicultural Foundation include:

The Hon. Mr John Howard MP (Prime Minister of Australia) and the Hon. Mr. Kim Beazley MP (leader of the Opposition).

NEW AGE. The New Age international organizations "Conflict Resolution Network" and "Unity and Diversity Council" took center stage during proceedings. The conference finished on the recommendation that we should all listen to one another, those in other religions, and we should all listen to the NEW AGE! Perhaps the strange spiritual darkness of that conference can be grasped in the "Prayer of Togetherness" at the Religion and Cultural Diversity Conference Dinner. The lights were dimmed, there was only the illumination of one candle at each table, approximately 250 dignitaries and delegates bowed together, to the words of this "prayer":

"Let us focus on the candle, the small quivering fire, the light in the darkness, the call to evening prayer, the call to thanksgiving.....for our togetherness, for our unity, as sons and daughters of the earth in this vast and ancient land, this sacred soil of the Dreamtime.

In the presence of the ineffable Other, the Holy Being of Infinity, the Numinous Beyond, the One and the Ultimate, the Alpha and the Omega, the Unknown and the Unknowable, Lord of the Cosmos, Center of Creation God, the God of power and righteousness. We pray to you in the immensity and grandeur of the world (et al)."

The prayer above shows how far away Australia is, in the 1990s, to the reality of the Lord Jesus Christ as the Only Son of God, who came to die for the sin of the world on Calvary's Cross. God is now no longer even knowable, He is just the impersonal energy of the earth, Lord of the Cosmos, Cosmic "Christ," the Rainbow Serpent of the aboriginal Dreamtime.


The conference saw the one cardinal sin of any religion as being ABSOLUTISM. There was general consensus that all religions tended to believe that they held absolute Truth, and that all others were relative to them. This was decried as pride, refusal to embrace others, separatism which tended towards war-like aggression, bigotry and spiritual blindness. The religious leaders of Islam, Baha'i, the Quakers, Catholic and Anglican priests, Buddhists and all the rest of the eclectic crew sat passively, showing veneer accord at any rate. The atmosphere was "loving", "harmonious", people mixed together with overt graciousness and intention to sink their differences. Sadly, the New Age globalists have sinister plans for them all, just over the horizon.


At Parliament House in Melbourne, I spoke with two high level priests of the Anglican church, Archbishop Peter Hollingworth, who is a committee member of the New World Order's Commission for the Future, and the Assist. Bishop of Perth, David Murray - both are avid followers of the New Age ex-Dominican Matthew Fox. Fox who teaches that there was no Fall, no Redemption, and celebrates earth worship, adores "Mother Nature," embraces occultism and believes in mass murder by the "shrinking" of the population of the earth! Fox who is a friend of the Luciferian David Spangler who advocates that all people on earth should undergo the "Luciferian initiation"!


[Here begins our sister's launch into the message we all need to hear. Notice how the slander against us is committed before such "illustrious" men, listed below, including the Governor of Victoria. Surely one does not come out and speak maliciously before men representing such high offices unless there is confidence that they too are in agreement. And, as we all know, the intention of the remarks was to instill in these leaders a more furious attitude against us that would result in further suppression of our people. We are seeing this everywhere from individuals in the media, but here is an important conference--the first of its kind--where propaganda tactics similar to those employed by Hitler were used before some very influential men in a non-public setting. This is called "conspiracy," is it not?]

I attended a workshop titled "Religious Fundamentalisms and Social Cohesion", address by John Bodycomb. Dr. John Bodycomb OAM is an ordained "Christian" minister. "He was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the promotion of religious freedom and fostering ecumenism." He was, until recently, the full-time Chaplain with the University of Melbourne.

Bodycomb's address was before approximately 20 illustrious religious and governmental leaders, which included the Governor of Victoria, Sir James Gobbo, Chairman of the Council of Multicultural Affairs; the Hon. Dame Roma Mitchell, former Governor of South Australia, and former judge of the Supreme Court of S.A.; Reverend Peter Hollingworth, Anglican Archbishop of Brisbane; His Eminence Cardinal Francis Arinze, born in Nigeria, The President of Secretariat for non-Christians and President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian unity, he has worked with UNESCO; and Dr. Adamou Ndam Mjoya, President/Moderator of the World Council on Religion and Peace/International, involved with the United Nations, UNESCO, and the World Center of Research and Action for the New Ethics, he has held senior positions in the Government of Cameroon and is presently Minister.

John Bodycomb centered his address on a quite vicious attack, it appeared to me, on Christian Fundamentalism, because he stated that he was after all a Christian himself, and understood this form of religious fundamentalism better than others. Some of the remarks were "acted" out in a most offense manner, to myself as a Bible-based, Christ-honoring Christian. Why was I there, you might ask? How did I come to be in this amazing conference? It was by invitation only, only 350 people in Australia were invited. I was invited! Possibly because we, as an investigative organization, had written for material to WCRP a number of times, they obviously thought we were of the inner-circle, on their team.

The following quotes come from the address by John Bodycomb, a number of other offensive remarks were made, but they are not on the notes, they were ad lib:

"I have four main points. The first is that religion per se is not inherently bad or good. Archbishop Hollingworth, in the foreword to Professor Ian Plimer's book, "Telling Lie for God" (which is about so-called 'creation science') says 'Just as there is good and bad science, so there is good and bad religion.'

"This is why I cannot allow that religious freedom is an 'absolute' right. I am a passionate supporter of religious freedom, but boundaries are drawn where what is believed and/or practiced has demonstrably adverse effects on the well-being of individuals or on the good order of society....Bad religion can sanctify the worst in us; justify what is miserable and dehumanizing and utterly unworthy of us...Good religion fosters inclusiveness, justice, equity and well-being for all.

"So, what do we mean by this word 'fundamentalism'? As commonly used today, it is a pejorative (derogatory) term, as is the word 'cult'...Anyone we regard as blindly dogmatic becomes a 'fundamentalist'. That has not always been the case. The original 'fundamentalism' was a movement early this century among Protestant Christians in the USA. It was in essence a reaction to what was labeled and denounced as 'modernism'. Modernism accepted scientific modes of explanation, including the great age of the cosmos and the theory of evolution.

"It is that all Fundamentalisms reflect a fear that something precious is about to be lost...Mary Jo Weaver, (professor of religious studies and women's studies at Indiana University) says, 'Fundamentals all over the world FIGHT...they fight BACK in a reactive way; for the victory of a particular world view; fight AGAINST enemies within the group or outside it; fight WITH a chosen repertoire of sources (usually located in the past); and fight UNDER God or some other transcendent reference.

"Common to all is fear, and this fear is motivation for the 'fight'. ...fundamentals resist modernity, they do not fear technology; they use modern technology unashamedly and effectively. Nor do they fear politics...'they use public forum, improve their rhetoric, and line up political forces - or even resort to militancy - to gain their ends.' They (the fundamental Christians) are not afraid of science. The creationist movement in Christianity embraces science like the ANACONDA, squeezes it to fit with the preconceptions of fundamentalism - even if this means selectively ignoring some data and falsifying other data. (Here Dr. Bodycomb twisted himself into the form of a snake, to make his point visual).

"...fundamentalists do not fear scorn. As Marty puts it, 'they do not see themselves as being misfits or out of step, agents of a rearguard. Instead, they wish to be regarded as advancing alternatives which, if unpopular, only reveal the corruption of an unaccepting world.'"

Dr. Bodycomb went on to list his observations on Christian fundamentalism. He called those who believe the fundamentals of the Bible, and embrace creationism, "mean-spirited," those who ignore "parts of scripture which are not easily reconcilable with their doctrinal position," "authoritarian, dictatorial and sometimes quite terrifyingly powerful," "discourages independent thinking," "brandishing their floppy bibles like weapons," "careful study, especially of scripture can lead people away from fundamentalist positions." Off the cuff, Bodycomb called Bible-based Christians, "violent," "aggressive," "pathological," "dangerous," similar to those who have caused the religious wars in Ireland and Bosnia. A threat to world peace, fundamentalist, creationist, these "separationists" were denounced in every way possible! Remember, this was before the illustrious political and religious leaders of the globe and Australia who were present. (Yes, Pauline Hanson was given many mentions during the conference as well).

The attack from Bodycomb finished with these words of derision:

" is characteristic of Christian fundamentalism to adopt an isolated and socially divisive position. Texts in scripture like 'come ye apart' and 'be not unequally yoked with unbelievers' are beloved of fundamentalists; these define the true believer's position not only vis-ý-vis the world, but vis-ý-vis other churches and religions. Most fundamentalism is an expression of what we call 'tribalism.'

"...Christian fundamentalism tends to provide support for those tendencies in the larger society to be authoritarian, punitive and exclusivist ---in contradistinction to the values of openness, graciousness and conviviality. Those who would bring back corporal punishment to our schools, restore the death penalty for certain offenses, and marginalise those who are not like 'us', often draw a subtle support from fundamentalism, and sometimes it is not so subtle..."

Also present at Bodycomb's work group was a previous presenter, Professor Des Cahill, Professor of Intercultural Studies, RMIT, who had addressed us on Education for Understanding in his own work group. A Catholic (there was a large Catholic delegation) Cahill had also blasted "fundamental" Bible-based Christians, and Christian, Bible-based schooling. He had previously called such church and school leaders "anti-Semitic", "anti-Catholic" and "child-abusers". Present at most addresses were Jewish Rabbis, including Senior Rabbi John Levi AM, Temple Beth Israel, Victoria.

When John Bodycomb ended his tirade, comments from the small gathering were called for. As a delegate, I rose and spoke these words (as close as I can recall):

"I charge this conference with vilification against Bible-based Christians; hatred, lack of understanding of this group's position; bigotry; no grace; aggression towards others; militancy and violent behaviour; persecution of a religious group; refusal to allow religious freedom, and intolerance.

"I charge Archbishop Hollingworth with unsuitable behaviour, in this land which claims to want religious peace and harmony, with disgraceful conduct in supporting Professor Plimer in his seeking to prosecute a religion by taking Creation Science to court, in a public forum, because they believe and teach the Creation Story of their own Sacred Book, the Bible. I charge Archbishop Hollingworth with seeking to vilify the Creation Story of a religion, not another religion, but one he claims to be his own.

"There is more bigotry and religious persecution against Bible-believing Christians in Australia than there is against the Jews or the Islamic people. Yet you say you want "peace and harmony" amongst the religions."

Archbishop Hollingworth replied at length, declaring that the Bible did not teach Creationism as Creation Science, a Bible-based group in Australia, teaches. This was denied by myself, and it was pointed out that the Bible does teach that God created the heavens and the earth, and nowhere did it teach evolution, which all present seemed to have accepted as "scientific". Cardinal Francis Arinze came to the microphone and supported the rights of all religions to believe and teach their own creation stories, and to stand by the fundamentals of their own Sacred Books - including Bible-based Christians! He declared that the word "fundamental" was meaningless and less than useful. It was decided (mainly by Arinze) that the word should not be used to vilify others. This was declared in the Conference Summary before the whole gathering.

[It appears, then, that the dirty word, "fundamentalist" will be replaced, officially, with some other word to call up our "evil," Bible-based Christianity. Look for new terms to bring about the same malice.]

Archbishop Hollingworth apologized for the offense he had given to others in regard to his creationist beliefs; and John Bodycomb also apologized for his words which were seen as militant, aggressive and intolerant by myself.

[Yes, but we know that, while they left the stage with their tails between their legs, they went home more infuriated against us than when they came in, for they had been defeated in their purpose by a W.B Howard. Thank you, Ms. Howard, for a courageous display of nobility and faithfulness in the Name of our leader, Jesus Christ.]

There was much talk at the conference about the "sacred books" of religions as precious resources and "beautiful words." The myths of the aboriginal Dreamtime, as a creation story, was regarded as spiritually alive, wise beyond science etc. Publications on the book tables spoke of the Dreamtime myths as being analogous to Genesis chapter one. The fact is, if these Interfaith 'scholars' attack one creation "story" they attack the others! Strange outcome this. And if other religions are declared to have "freedom," then these people cannot show their own inconsistency by vilifying ANY religion. (In public at any rate).


There were many attacks on "fundamentalists" at the conference. The Governor General of Australia even came into battle against these "separationists". Cardinal Arinze, who has links with the Moslems, Jordan, the World Moslem League and Turkey, also had severe criticism of those who demand that their religion is "superior" to others, and want their countries to have "one religion". We live in a "global village" Arinze insisted, we should have "Unity and Diversity".

[Good luck. First the secularists, because atheism was not pervasive enough, gave license to many other religions in western society in an effort to drown out the traditional position of Christianity with Pluralism. Now that the other religions have sunk in their teeth to become entrenched in our culture (not what I think the social-engineering secularists were expecting for a Secular New World Order), these engineers are trying to "unify the diversity" in an effort to keep control, but while they are at it, they are trying to unify it against us. We know this is Satan verses God, but the other religions are being told differently, that the secularists are concerned for a peaceful, prosperous world. This is all smoke in their faces, where, in fact, the United Nations and similar political powers are gunning for a politically United Earth through the extra powers of these United Religions. In short, the religions are being used.]


A quote here from Cornelius R.Ferreira will enlighten the reader [remember, this is not one of us speaking even though he now verifies what we have been saying about Masonry for a long time]:

"One of the long-standing goals of the Masonic New World Order seems finally within grasp: its one-world church, in the making for over 150 years, is about to become institutionalized as the United Religions Organization - the UR. Collaborating on the details are Bishop William Swing of the Episcopal (USA for Anglican) Diocese of California; the Communist Gorbachev Foundation/USA; and certain leaders of the Catholic Church, working through the Interreligious organization known as the World Conference of Religion and Peace.

"Plans for the formation of the UR were first revealed by Bishop Swing at the syncretic service held to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the United Nations Charter. Attending the service in San Francisco's Grace Episcopal Cathedral on June 25, 1995, were representatives of all religions as well as political and spiritual luminaries like Princess Margaret of Britain, Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa, the president Lech Walesa of Poland and UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros Ghali."

"One might ask why a religious service was held to mark the founding of a political group. The answer is that INTERFAITH religiosity is now a must for important social and cultural events, especially those involving world figures, as this gives credibility and form to the concept of a ONE-WORLD religion and community."

[You do see that the United Religions has been deemed necessary by the United Nations? Why, because the UN cares about religions? Because it cares about the teachings of Buddha, Mohammed, or the crystal-ball gazing New Agers? The UN claims to care for world peace, while reminding us that religions are the cause for world violence, but here they are uniting with all the religions which have spilled blood in the name of "God," uniting against a religious group that has no nation of its own, has never started or carried out one offensive war in order to protect the Kingdom of God, and has not been prone to violence--the Christian fundamentalists. From the first century until today, the Christians who held the Bible to its literal values have been provoked and murdered by all other religions, including Catholicism, and have as late been relegated to the smallest corner of society by Secular Humanism. We have every right to fight back, and when we fight back for God's cause, we fight with the weapons of the Spirit, to convince men to turn to God and to obey His laws. Yes, we fight using the political means open and available to all, with technology, with printed matter, with our wits, with our zeal, our courage...and with our grandmothers if we must, knowing they will be only too glad to help. Why do we do this? What are we to gain from obeying God? God's blessings upon our world, of course. For this we are vilified, just because we do not wish to drop the commands of our God, commands to honor him, commands which provide unstoppable blessings. And the UN is not in the least concerned about the peace and prosperity that can come from this God of ours, who, in His great power, is ultimately the governor of historical events, including famines, wars, and natural disasters, as well as peace, safety, security, and prosperity. In fact, the UN appears to be poised in partaking with the world's plight towards Armageddon. Indeed, the UN is concerned for peace because it sees the world headed towards Armageddon, but instead of leading the world to pray to the God of fundamentalist Christianity, they have taken sides against Him. The Bible, in more than one place, foretells how Armageddon warriors will fight, brother against brother. That will be the final result of this "unity in diversity!" In other words, and we can anticipate it, the attempt to try and unite the world's religions will lead to heightened fury and aggression among them, as none want to be subordinate to the others, and all want to be chief.

The UN does not so much as make an official statement of thanks to God for the daily pleasantries of mere sunshine, and now, as if they truly cared for religious unity, they are assembling a global, United Religions?? This is smoke, and a blanket over your head. The leaders in the UN and similar parties are only men, and rich ones at that. Do you really think they are after something for you? What the leaders of this world fear today is destruction on a global scale, for when the world goes down, down go their corporations, their pedestals, and their monuments. Therefore, they are trying to stave off the disaster seen by all on the horizon, as if trying to change the set time for Armageddon. But there would be no Armageddon if all would unite to serve the Creator of the Judeo-Christian Bible. Alas, they want to eradicate Him, and His sons.]


The event held in Melbourne this July, 1997, under the umbrella of WCRP and the Multicultural Foundation, is not an isolated religious happening, which only wants "peace" "harmony" and "tolerance." It is an internationally planned event, under the headship of the New World Order for the forming of a One-World Church. Behind the scenes lurks Henry Kissinger, the Bilderbergers, The Committee of Three Hundred, the Rockefeller brothers - and let us not forget Maurice Strong, who just "happened" to be in Sydney at the same time as the conference! Did the Archbishop of Canterbury meet with Strong when he just "happened" to be in Sydney when he left Melbourne? I should think it impossible to believe otherwise!

Who is Strong?

He is the New Age international leader who has an 10,000 acres Interfaith/political CENTRE in Baca Grande, USA, where all the religions meet with the New World Order elitists. Henry Kissinger, the Rockefellers, Madeleine Allbright, Bill Clinton, Al Gore - and all the others meet there.


According to UR literature, the United Religions Organization (UR) had the launching of its written charter this June, 1997. The institution should be fully in place by June 2000, and globally operational by June, 2005. The headquarters will be at the Presidio, the former military base in San Francisco, USA. Ferreira informs us that the UR is patterned after the UN, it has a General Assembly, a Security Council and a Secretary-General, "the UR is meant to be for religions what the UN is for nations."

THE GLOBAL ETHIC. The intent to get into Australian society the GLOBAL ETHIC was evident at the Melbourne WCRP gathering. All the way along, through the conference, the naive delegates were confronted with the responsibility of making judgments, contributing ideas and spiritual inspiration for an Australian Ethic. However, it was clear to this observer that HANSKUNG'S and LEONARD SWINDLER'S GLOBAL ETHIC would be trotted out eventually. I was not disappointed. Towards the end of the proceedings, the Global Ethic was cited as a wonderful example of a unified ethical tenet which could be followed in Australia. When I challenged about the lack of even the mention of God in the Global Ethic, it was gratifying to find that others there were grateful to have this pointed out to them. However, what "god" would this represent anyway, if a "god" was added to an Australian Ethic? There were a least a dozen "deities" represented at WCRP. There was much talk of a "global theology" being compiled, said as though it was a spontaneous thought that had arisen during discussions. Not so -- the New World Order has already decided what that "global theology" will be - worship of Gaia Mother Earth included!

In October 1996, the second State of the World Forum, at which the UR was presented to the globe, the Global Ethic was basically decided upon. Hans Kung, a Catholic theologian, is the chief compiler of that Ethic. He said to the UN in 1991: "religions with world outlooks that are not religious but that propose views on the deep meaning of life and ethics for living." The global ethic "must center on both man and universe so that HUMANISTIC and religious precepts are included."

[There you go. The attempt to unify the religions is to undress them of their religious garments and to re-dress them with UN, socio-political attire. We can clearly see that the United Nations is in charge of the United Religions, with the religions being outfitted with a subservient role. This is why you can expect the anti-Christ not to be a part of the religious attaché, but, rather, part of the predominant political drive. Indeed, according to Daniel 11:21-45, the anti-Christ will be a politico-military figure, and, according to verses 36-38, a fully anti-religious (atheistic) one at that. I fully expect the coming Roman empire -- representative of Globalism -- to despise the religions which latch on to the Cause, though this will not always be apparent because of strict efforts to disguise the fact for the sake of "unity in diversity." I found an interesting quote: "Shortly after September 11, 2001, the founder of the U.N.-affiliated United Religions Initiative, Episcopal Bishop William E. Swing, announced that members of any religion who hold to the fundamentals of their particular "scriptures" should be classified as "terrorists" (]

His Eminence Cardinal Francis Arinze said in his opening address:

"What are we going to do with the people in the world who are willing to die for their faith?"

[If they kill us, what does that make them? ]


Let us finish on a sober note, from the investigative writing of Cornellius Ferreira:

"The importance of the World Conference on Religion and Peace was ... underscored when the Vatican hosted the first session of its sixth general assembly in November, 1994. The conference theme was "Healing the World: Religions for Peace." This was the first time an official interfaith conference had been convened at the Holy See. In his opening address, the Pope told the 900 representatives of the world's religions assembled in the Synod Hall that "religious leaders must clearly show that they are pledged to the promotion of peace" and religions must "engage in a promotion of peace" and religions must "engage in a dialogue of mutual understanding and peace on the basis of the values they share." He ended by remarking, "The Vatican is open to you. I hope you all return soon."

[Here is the pope's spokesman, no doubt, embracing as chicks all the little religions of the world, religions that God Himself opposes. The pope does not seem to understand that God will not tolerate peace on this earth so long as most people are involved with religions which point away from Him. While I say this as a matter of fact, as would the God of the Bible himself, without malice, yet such statements will be twisted to appear anti-peaceful, bigoted, and, basically, the root of all evils in society. Because we know who our future persecutors are--these fellows--there is an argument to be made in favor of biting our tongues before them, because the more that we speak out against their hypocrisy, the more relentlessly they will seek to be rid of us via that hypocrisy. We will not be given a choice as to whether or not to join them in their world view, meaning that the entire "religious" affair will be an instrument of persecution against us, deliberately devised, and deliberately utilized. Therefore, season your anti-ecumenical statements accordingly, and likewise your anti-UN statements. Be truthful because the Bible says that we will be a testimony against the nations, but don't be flagrant.]

Besides the many non-Christian speakers, the conference featured Fr. Gustavo Gutierrez, one of the founders of Liberation Theology (Christianized Marxism); the President of the ROCKEFELLER Foundation (WHICH PROVIDED FINANCING); Hans Kung, a WCRP international president, discredited by the Pope as a Catholic theologian, but called to present his global ethic (the Assembly sub-theme was "Isolation and Indifference: Searching for a Global Ethic"); and Cardinal Martini of Milan, who is friendly towards Masonry, who wants another Vatican Council to reconsider women's ordination... and who is promoting himself as the next Pope.

Also speaking were Roger Cardinal Etchegaray, President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, and Francis Cardinal ARINZE, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious DIALOGUE. CARDINAL ETCHEGARAY, AIDED by the WCRP, was the chief organizer of the first Assisi Interreligious prayer meeting in 1986.

Who was this "Cardinal Arinze" who "graced" our shores in Australia this July, 1997? He is a World Adviser to the United Nations', New World Order's syncretic WORLD THANKSGIVING SQUARE in Dallas, Texas. He also is considered by many, many people to be the front-runner in the race to succeed Pope John Paul II.


These will deal with the conference's official papers and recommendations on:

Finding Sacred Ground: Spiritual Solutions to Aboriginal Disadvantage; Global Challenges and Local Responsibilities; Multiculturalism and Vilification Laws; Human Rights, living in a Pluralistic World.

Send for further reports under Report Two, and Report Three. Cost .... or access them on-line or by email. Christian Resource CENTER. P.O. Box, 238, Landsborough, Qld. 4550.


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