The Bible prophesies the establishment of a world government just before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. That very system has been meticulously constructed for decades. We are currently watching it enslave the citizens of the globe economically, politically, and in all aspects of life, including what each human produces and consumes.
Though the last several presidential administrations have advocated a world government and yielded much of our sovereignty to the United Nations, all hope is not lost. The Bible tells us the United States will NOT be part of the world governing system in the end time.
Is President Donald Trump the person to terminate all ties to the United Nations and stand with Israel all the way to the end? The answer is that he very well could be.
Every Nation Answering to One Single Global Governing Authority
Bible prophecy provides us with a clear view of future events in the end time. One of the most recognizable prophecies is the establishment of a world government, which will be ruled by the Antichrist just prior to the Battle of Armageddon and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
In many ways, this system is already fully functioning. Ever hear of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank (WB), World Health Organization (WHO), World Trade Organization (WTO), International Criminal Court (ICC) or United Nations (UN)? These entities are specifically designed to govern the world.
Globalists and Liberal Internationalists are individuals who believe this global governing structure is the answer to all of the major political, religious, environmental, economic, and discriminatory conflicts and catastrophe’s plaguing the earth.
This explains current efforts to manage the globe, including the (1) International governance of the oceans, (2) China’s call for “cyberspace sovereignty” or global governance of the Internet, (3) G20 summits discussing global economic governance, (4) Global governance of the climate through the Paris Climate Agreement, (5) Global governance of migration, (6) Global governance of trade through international Free Trade Agreements such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, among others, and (7) The ongoing efforts to implement the Sustainable Development Goals to globally govern health, education, gender equality, clean water and all aspects of human production and consumption to name just a few.
The process of eliminating the nation-state and the creation of a global community that answers to this one global governing body is called globalization. It requires the removal of all borders to allow the free movement of money, people, and goods throughout the world in an effort to redistribute the wealth and level the playing field of every nation.
Globalization is the goal of all globalists and Liberal Internationalists—every nation answering to one single global governing authority.
Until recently, the globalization of the world was progressing smoothly.
Consider the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals adopted by every single nation, including the United States of America, in September of 2015. This obligated each country to implement the United Nation’s socialistic global governing program, “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, to govern all aspects of every citizen on earth.
As an American, you might be asking yourself, “Why did former Former U.S.A President Barack Obama agree to this when our forefathers signed a Declaration of Independence, not interdependence?” Because Obama is a globalist. He believes that a one-world government is the answer to everything. Just listen to this statement from his last speech to the United Nations:
“And we can only realize the promise of this institution’s (UN) founding—to replace the ravages of war with cooperation—if powerful nations like my own accept constraints,” he said. “Sometimes I’m criticized in my own country for professing a belief in international norms and multilateral institutions, but I am convinced that in the long run, giving up some freedom of action—not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests, but binding ourselves to international rules over the long term—enhances our security.”
This is globalization! This is what the one-world government agenda looks like, and with the President of the United States in full cooperation, what can stop it? Well, electing an anti-globalization president might do the trick!
On July 21, 2016, during his acceptance speech for the presidential nomination of the United States, Donald Trump, now the President of the United States, made this statement, “The most important difference between our plan and that of our opponents is that our plan will put America first. Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo.” This statement is the proverbial “slap in the face” to the world government.
Is this the beginning of the separation of the United States from the New World Order? Many would contend that globalization without the U.S. is absurd! Every world leader knows that the United States will have to be involved in their global governing system for it to be successful. It was always generally accepted that the United States will always be part of the world government.
Not according to Bible prophecy
America will NOT be a part of the World Government.
In Daniel 7, Daniel is given a vision of 4 beasts depicting nations that would be on the earth at the time of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Battle of Armageddon.
The first is a lion with eagle’s wings; the second is a bear, the third is a four-headed leopard, and the fourth beast is an animal, unlike anything Daniel had ever seen. However, its main characteristic is that it had ten horns (ten-horned beast).
The lion is Great Britain; the eagle’s wings growing out of the lion were plucked and made to stand on the feet as a man, and a man’s heart was given to it. The eagle is the United States, Russia is the bear, and the four-headed leopard is Germany. The ten-horned beast symbolizes the reborn Holy Roman Empire or the current European Union. The ten horns represent ten nations that will come out of the European Union and form an alliance with the Antichrist in the last days. A key point to remember is that in Daniel 7, these four beasts are separate beasts.
Now jump forward 650 years to the time when John wrote the Book of Revelation. These same beasts are mentioned in Revelation 13. However, something is different. All of the beasts are combined into one big beast with the body of a leopard, the feet of a bear, the mouth of a lion, and the ten horns of the ten-horned beast.
This combined beast represents the world government that will be established and in control just before the Battle of Armageddon. All of the beasts from Daniel 7 are included in the world government combo beast except one—the eagle’s wings are missing. Who is the eagle back in Daniel 7? It’s the United States! This tells us that America will not be involved in the world government system during the end time.
What Happens to the United States?
A brief synopsis of Revelation 12
Revelation 12:1-5 describes a woman with twelve stars around her head. The woman gave birth to a child who would rule the entire earth in the future. This woman is the nation of Israel, and the child is Jesus Christ.
Revelation 12:7-13 describes a war in Heaven that would occur three and one-half years before the Second Coming of Jesus. This war will result in Satan being cast out of Heaven and banished to the earth. It is at this time when Satan will persecute the woman, which is Israel.
Revelation 12:14 describes the protection of Israel, “And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.” This woman is Israel, and remember, the eagle’s wings represent the United States. Time, times and half a time is the three and one-half years of the Great Tribulation.
This scripture tells us that the United States will protect Israel against the Antichrist and Satan’s world governmental system, all the way until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the Battle of Armageddon. If President Donald Trump keeps his campaign promises, the above events described in scripture are precisely what will happen during his presidency.
Consider his statement during his AIPAC speech, “Which brings me to my next point, the utter weakness and incompetence of the United Nations. The United Nations is not a friend of democracy, it’s not a friend to freedom, and it’s not a friend even to the United States of America where, as you know, it has its home. And it surely is not a friend to Israel. When I become president, the days of treating Israel like a second-class citizen will end on day one.”
However, those advocates of world government are not favorable at all to this statement and many others that President Donald Trump has made. Make no mistake, President Trump is seen as a threat to the International Community, and all it stands for.
International Community Reacts to President Trump
If you could sum up President Donald Trump’s campaign in one sentence, it would be this. President Trump is pro-America, pro-Israel, and anti-world government. It is the anti-globalization part that has globalists shocked and bewildered that President Trump could be elected the 45th president of the United States.
Many advocates of this world government, including global leaders, politicians, educators, and the media worldwide, have loudly voiced their collective disdain for President Donald Trump’s anti-globalization stance.
President Trump’s opposing view on topics such as global warming or climate change, global governance, open borders, and trade are seen as a direct threat to the international political order that many of these individuals have devoted their lives to establish.
You have heard the saying, “When you throw a stone among a pack of dogs, the one who yelps loudest is the one who got hit.” Just listen to the fear, confusion, and hatred in the voices of the global governance advocates around the world, as they respond to President Trump’s ideologies on these issues during the presidential campaign and after his election victory.
Global Warming/Climate Change
“If Mr. Trump makes good on his campaign promises and pulls out of the Paris Treaty, it is difficult to see a path forward to keeping warming below dangerous levels,” Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University.
On June 1, 2017, United States President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. would cease all participation in the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change mitigation. Trump stated that “The Paris accord will undermine (the U.S.) economy,” and “puts (the U.S.) at a permanent disadvantage.” During the presidential campaign, Trump had pledged to withdraw from the pact, saying a withdrawal would help American businesses and workers. Trump stated that the withdrawal would be in accordance with his America First policy.
In accordance with Article 28 of the Paris Agreement, a country cannot give notice of withdrawal from the agreement before three years of its start date in the relevant country, which was on November 4, 2016, in the case of the United States. On November 4, 2019, the administration gave a formal notice of intention to withdraw, which takes 12 months to take effect. So, the earliest possible effective withdrawal date by the United States cannot be before November 4, 2020, four years after the Agreement came into effect in the United States and one day after the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The White House later clarified that the U.S. would abide by the four-year exit process. Until the withdrawal takes effect, the United States may be obligated to maintain its commitments under the Agreement, such as the requirement to continue reporting its emissions to the United Nations.
“Pessimists will find abundant support for despair this morning… with President Trump in the Oval Office and Republican majorities in both houses,” Sterman wrote, “there is little hope that the Clean Power Plan will survive in the Supreme Court or for federal action to meet the U.S. commitment under the Paris accord. Worse, other key emitter nations — especially India — now have little reason to follow through on their Paris pledges: If the U.S. won’t, why should developing nations cut their emissions?” John Sterman, a professor of system dynamics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, mourned after the historic victory of President Donald J. Trump.
“The consequences of opting out of the global community would be severe and long-lasting—for our planet’s climate and the international credibility of the United States.” Nearly 400 scientists, including 30 Nobel laureates, wrote an open letter, criticizing President Trump’s proposed plans to abandon global climate deals.
“The world’s going to spend a lot of time looking to you, prime minister, as we see more and more challenges to the liberal international order since the end of World War II—you and Angela Merkel.” Joe Biden to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. President Donald Trump has threatened to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement, ban Muslim refugees from entering the United States, and has generally promoted an isolationist platform. No wonder…” the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon stated and continued: “The United Nations will count on the new Administration to strengthen the bonds of international cooperation as we strive together to uphold shared ideals, combat climate change, advance human rights, promote mutual understanding and implement the Sustainable Development Goals to achieve lives of peace, prosperity, and dignity for all.”
“If Donald Trump is elected on the basis of what he has said already—and unless that changes—I think it is without any doubt that he would be dangerous from an international point of view.” United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein.
“Among its many implications, Donald Trump’s election as president calls into question the open, liberal international order; this country has championed and defended for more than seven decades. The edges of that order were already fraying, thanks to disenchantment with the global economy and the return of geopolitical competition, particularly with Russia and China. Trump’s triumph will accelerate its disintegration, by undermining the network of rules, institutions, and alliances that twelve presidents, Republican and Democratic alike, have nurtured since 1945. The results of the election suggest that the main threats to the liberal world order are no longer foreign but domestic.” Stewart M. Patrick, Writer for The Internationalists.
“It could be that he (President Trump) puts a nail in the coffin of the North Atlantic Alliance. He’s already said, in his view, if a state is not paying its dues to the NATO budget, then Article 5 will be suspended. That is truly a nail in the coffin of the post-Second World War international order.” Sir Christopher Meyer, former British Ambassador to the U.S.
“This was a victory for the forces which oppose globalization, are fighting illegal migration and are in favor of clean ethnic states,” Declared by a spokesperson for Golden Dawn, Greece’s Far-Right Party.
“The political revolution of 2016 is that in two massive campaigns, the underdogs beat the establishment. We did it in Brexit, and Trump did it last night in the USA.” Nigel Farage, head of Britain’s Anti-EU UKIP Party.
“We are at the moment in a situation in the European Union, in our country and worldwide where there is an argument about how we want to shape globalization,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel made this statement during a meeting of Germany’s BDA employers association after the election of President Donald Trump.
“We will judge him on his actions. Trump made statements that were at odds with how we like to see our society and world order.” Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bert Koenders.
“I also think that Donald Trump knows that this wasn’t an election for him, but against Washington, against the establishment.” Ursula von der Leyen, Germany’s Defense Minister.
“There are at times movements from both the left and the right to put a stop to integration, and to push back against technology, and to try to bring back jobs and industries that have been disappearing for decades…So this impulse to pull back from a globalized world is understandable. If people feel that they’re losing control of their future, they will push back.” Former U.S.A. President Barack Obama.
“To consider Donald Trump, a political clown would be a severe misconception…(Trump’s election) would bring major dangers for the U.S.A. and the world…basically a nationalist-chauvinist policy that would make America not great but ugly, and risk the stability of the international order.” Austrian News Daily Salzburger Nachrichten.
“Everything is at stake. What does it (Trump’s election) mean for NATO? For trade? For our bilateral relations? For geopolitics? (Trump’s victory) is a big boost for populists all over the world.” Former Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel.
“Donald Trump? This is the nationalist and racist response to the challenge of globalization. It’s Trump in the United States, it’s (National Front leader) Marine Le Pen in France. It is found in Hungary and Poland. It is an appeal to get involved, to take part in every primary and every election, in order not to give in. We wanted to promote the ideas of the so-called radical left. Well, here we are, stuck with the nationalist and populist right.” French economist Thomas Piketty.
“In Europe, we are concerned about the U.S., possibly turning toward a more isolationist orientation. That would not be good for the United States, good for Europe, or good for the world. We need the U.S. engaged in global affairs in a constructive, positive way.” Minister of Economic Affairs Olli Rehn, Finland.
“The world is more interconnected than ever before, and it’s becoming more connected every day…Building walls won’t change that. If the past two decades have taught us anything, it’s that the biggest challenges we face cannot be solved in isolation.” Former U.S.A. President Barack Obama.
“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the gospel.” Pope Francis.
“We won’t pay any single cent for such a stupid wall.” He also called Trump a “not very well-informed man. If this guy pretends that closing the borders to anywhere either for trade [or] for people is going to provide prosperity to the United States, he is completely crazy.” Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón.
“Now somebody else who has never shown any regard for workers, who has never fought on behalf of social justice issues, they don’t suddenly become a populist because they say something controversial in order to win votes. That’s not the measure of populism. That’s nativism or xenophobia or worse. Or it’s just cynicism. It is my firm belief that shaping (globalism) in accordance with the values that our three countries care deeply about is going to be good for us, and us trying to abandon the field and pull up the drawbridge around us is going to be bad for us.” Former U.S.A. President Barack Obama.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto repeated his comparison of (Donald Trump’s) anti-global ideologies with that of a 20th-century dictator. He urged peoples not to “choose the road toward isolationism and destruction.”
“Today, a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself…The world is too small for us to simply be able to build a wall and prevent it from affecting our own societies.” Former U.S.A. President Barack Obama.
“We are going to have to guard against a rise in a crude sort of nationalism or ethnic identity or tribalism that is built around an ‘us and a them.” Former U.S.A. President Barack Obama.
Echoing Obama’s recent remarks, Tsipras warned that it would be difficult for Trump to “radically change the foreign policy of a country such as the United States.” He urged his fellow European leaders to work with the new president, by building “bridges, not walls.”
“Trump’s isolationist policy will certainly harm Americans because, in the era of globalization, no country can live alone.” Noted Islamic scholar Komaruddin Hidayat
President Trump made the free trade debate one of the central topics of his campaign after criticizing China, Mexico, and Japan. He suggested putting a 45% tariff on Chinese imports, and said he would declare China, a currency manipulator on his first day in office, proposed taxing imports from Mexico, argued in favor of “ripping up” trade deals, and called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, “a rape of our country.”
If Trump were to pursue these policies, Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citi, wrote in a note to clients that it might spark a global trade war, “which could easily trigger a global recession. We stress the potential multipliers of changes in the U.S. position on international trade: the U.S. has been the champion of free trade and open borders for decades. A retreat from globalization by the U.S. would likely lead to reciprocal actions from other countries and reinforce the latest shift towards de-globalization. It could be another nail in the coffin of the liberal global economic world order that has supported prosperity since 1948.”
The perception is the same amongst all the elites, globalists and internationalists—we have a system established to govern the world, and President Donald Trump, as President of the mightiest nation on earth, is the most severe threat.
John Rennie Short summed it up perfectly by making this statement in his PBS column, “Globalization is under attack. The electoral victory of Donald Trump, the Brexit vote, and the rise of an aggressive nationalism in mainland Europe and around the world are all part of a backlash to globalization.”
There is one thing we know for sure. The United States will not participate in the one-world government ruled by the Antichrist. We also know that the United States will stand with Israel all the way to the Second Coming of Jesus and the Battle of Armageddon.
How can we be so sure? Because the Bible prophesies that this is the destiny of the United States, and the prophecies always come to pass!
Also Read –
The name Donald is of Scottish origin.
The meaning of Donald is “world ruler”.
It is also of English origin, where its meaning is “world leader”.
Donald is generally used as a boy’s name.
It consists of 6 letters and 2 syllables and is pronounced Do-nald.
The name John is of Hebrew origin.
The meaning of John is “God is gracious”.
John is generally used as a boy’s name.
It consists of 4 letters and 1 syllable and is pronounced John.
Trump Name Meaning
English (Devon): metonymic occupational name for a trumpeter, from Middle English trumpe ‘trumpet’. German (Bavaria): metonymic occupational name for a drummer, from Middle High German trumpe ‘drum’.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press