International organizations

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The following organizations are or will be problems:

  1. John Birch Society

    2 vote(s)
    18.2%
  2. International Money Fund

    5 vote(s)
    45.5%
  3. NATO

    2 vote(s)
    18.2%
  4. New World Order

    7 vote(s)
    63.6%
  5. Tri-lateral Commission

    5 vote(s)
    45.5%
  6. United Nations

    8 vote(s)
    72.7%
  7. None of the above

    1 vote(s)
    9.1%
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  1. Salty

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    Do you have a problem with any of the organizations in the poll?

    If so, why; if not, why not
     
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    I don't enough about most of them to be properly informed, really, but NATO and some of the others are downright scary according to what I do know.
     
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    John Birch- Crack Pots
    United Nations- Satanic
     
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    What is this? The only actual New World Order "organisation" I could find was the WWE wrestling sub-brand.

    I think NATO is rapidly becoming irrelevant and should soon become a historical organisation.

    The UN will continue to have a larger role in international politics which I think is necessary to give smaller countries a voice amongst the economic and military powers of the world. Their decisions will generally be unpopular to those of us living in those economic and military powers.

    I'm surprised the EU is not listed here which is often the target of Christian conspiracy theorists.

    The IMF definitely has a controversial and powerful role in international politics. I need to read more about their activities to form a solid opinion on them.

    Don't know much at all about the others.
     
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    ...which I think is necessary to give smaller countries a voice amongst the economic and military powers of the world. Their decisions will generally be unpopular to those of us living in those economic and military powers.

    Are you serious? The United Nations is a joke when countries like Iran serve on panels concerning the rights of women or on fighting terrorism. Consider the massive corruption scandals that continually plague the UN. Yep, what a great organization for third world countries to have represent their voice.
     
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    All these various organizations (except the John Birch Society) are cut from the same world-dominating cloth. They are a cadre of powerful men who desire to be emperors of the entire world. They use people like pawns in a huge game to gain more power for their own purposes. They are driven by the enemy of God, who we know is working to form a united world front against God and God's people, which will culminate in the battles of the last days.
     
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    There are obviously problems in every bureaucracy, especially something as large as the UN. But yes, it is the best platform we have currently for third world countries to have a voice on the international stage. Take away the UN and what voice do they have?
     
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    I might have a problem with some or all of them if I knew enough to have an opinion, but I know very little about some and absolutely nothing about most of them.
     
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    Lots of victims in this group? Exactly how might the John Birch Society, for example, cause anyone a problem? They have been around for 50 years, ignored by most all except their members.

    Off hand, I can't think of any problem I have had that wasn't caused by my own bad decision.
     
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    I should have - but by the time I thought of it, the poll had been completed and it was too late to add
     
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    Any new thoughts - or groups we should add....
     
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    The UN is not just about giving smaller countries a voice. It is about forcing a set of values on the world contrary to the US. We should have nothing to do with it to include any funding. Their agenda such as taking away parental control, socialism, the mythological global warming, population control and a number of other things should be avoided at all costs. The UN does not just have bureaucratic problems. It is the problem.
     
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    If the OP means: "Do any of these international organisations espouse any beliefs that are contrary to Scripture, or contrary to your own beliefs?" then I would probably have to answer "All of them", because they are not, nor do they claim to be, Christian organisations, so their values as bodies are not going to be exclusively bible-based.

    But then, the same could be said of national governments and organisations.
     
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    not answering this thread by the end of this year will cause it to self destruct....
     

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