|Sarkozy calls for EU to rebuild harmonious world order|
|Written by Chris Perver|
|Monday, 27 August 2007 05:57|
French President Nicolas Sarkozy made his first foreign policy speech today since his election in May of this year. In his speech, he called for a strong European Union to rebuild a more "harmonious world order". Sarkozy said a committee of 10 experts should be set up to decide where Europe's geographical borders end, and what the bloc's mission should be in the future. He called for the EU to develop strong defence, immigration and environmental policies, and promised that France would undertake strong initiatives to build European defences in co-operation with NATO. Regarding the Middle East, he stated that France would work to prevent Iran acquiring nuclear weapons, and that this was "undoubtedly the most serious crisis before us today". He also rebuked President Putin over Russia's belligerence in using its oil and gas wealth to bully other nations.
Quote: ""The emergence of a strong Europe as a major player on the international scene can contribute in a decisive way to rebuilding a more efficient, fair and harmonious world order," Sarkozy told foreign ambassadors in Paris. "I count myself among those who believe that friendship between the United States and France is as important today as it was during the past two centuries," he added.
This information from my friend Jim Clint, on French President Nicolas Sarkozy...
Sarkozy is a man to be watched. He has some Jewish blood in him also. His family name is Hungarian, as his family was from there. I have always felt something strange about this man. In John 5:43 Yeshua told His disciples "I have come in my Fathers name and you received me not, "another" shall come in "his own name" and "him" you "will" receive.....Could a Gentile catholic "sarkozy" with some Jewish blood be the one that will talk Israel into receiving him??? watch this space.
His vision of a new harmonious world order reads a lot like that of Gordon Brown, the newly appointed British Prime Minister. Gordon Brown outlined his own globalist foreign policy in June, in which he stated the 21st century would witness the creation of a new global economic order, bringing a period of greater economic stability and wealth.
Quote: "Today with Asia already out-producing Europe, India and China are becoming part of this new order, principally because of their economic strength and potential. And while military and political power retain their status, future strength will depend much more on economic strength. Indeed success will flow to, and the next stage of globalization will be driven by those countries: which are open and not closed, stable, pro-competition and flexible, able to adjust quickly to change, and can as a result find - through their social and political cultures - the best means of developing and creating wealth through the scientific, creative, and entrepreneurial talent of their people, not least through being world class in education and skills.
But what is the "next stage of globalization"? Why do we need to become part of a global community? Who has voted to become part of a global community? And who will head up this new "harmonious world order"? Has anybody asked these questions, or do people just blindly accept that the politicians must know what they are doing? Technological change does play a part, but political change is driven by individuals, not technology. The Bible states that globalization will continue, until such a time that all earthly authorities come under one man. Today, nations of the earth are willingly offering up their sovereignty to regional power blocs in return for economic and political stability. During the tribulation period, the Antichrist will appear to have all the solutions to this world's problems, and it seems that these regional power blocs will again willingly offer up their sovereignty to the Antichrist for a short period of time. We can't stop globalization from happening, but it is a sign that the events foretold in Scripture must shortly come to pass.