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1. Websites that share one or more of our concerns

Some of the links may have changed. Please alert us to broken links and new unwanted domains.

Faith & Encouragment and

Postmodern, Purpose-Driven or Emerging Churches

Grace Gems! Lighthouse Trails Research Project
Herescope Glorious Riches

 Education

  EdWatch.org Dean Gotcher: www.authorityresearch.com
 www.deliberatedumbingdown.com Diana Fessler
EducationNews.org  

The Global and Environmental Agenda

 Forcing Change (Carl Teichrib) Sovereignty International (Michael Coffman)
Freedom.org (Henry Lamb) Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT)
Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)  

Family, Homeschooling and Reading List

 

Home School Digest Homeschool Freedom
Trivium Pursuit We Stand For Homeschooling
Home Education Magazine Homeschool Resources

 God's Creation

  Persecution of Christians

 The Voice of the Martyrs Compass Direct
Salem Voice Ministries    (News and encouragement from a faithful, persecuted pastor in India)

 Christian Radio

Radio Liberty      Steel on Steel

Jan Markell's olivetreeviews.org  

 

Similar website in Germany

Germany: www.wort-des-kreuzes.de ("preaching of the cross")

2. Websites that promote a global government

DISCLAIMER

These links lead to various web sites we do not endorse. We have made them available so that you may have direct access to some of our sources of information. Many people hesitate to believe the evidence for worldwide transformation unless they see it with their own eyes. So if you want documentation, here it is. (Though some of the links have changed or disappeared)

Yet, keep in mind, much of what today's self-proclaimed "change agents" post on the Internet is propaganda. To persuade the masses to accept unthinkable regulations, they need to present "scary scenarios" that will "capture the public's imagination." (See article, "Saving the Earth.") Their main solution to the various crises described at these sites is a massive bureaucracy, governed by the United Nations, for managing and monitoring the worlds natural resources, human resources, and social resources. Those includes all of us - children, youth, parents, the global workforce - as well as our beliefs and values, land, health, consumption, transportation, and "lifelong learning".

Al Gore gave a glimpse of the planned controls in his book, Earth in the Balance: "Minor shifts in policy... moderate improvements in laws and regulations, rhetoric offered in lieu of genuine change these are all forms of appeasement, designed to satisfy the public's desire to believe that sacrifice, struggle and a wrenching transformation of society will not be necessary." (p. 274)

If globalist leaders win this battle, they will end the freedoms Americans have long taken for granted. To avoid compromise, we need to be "wise as serpents and innocent as doves," understanding the times and "the schemes of the devil." (Matt. 10:16; Eph. 6:11) Before entering any of the sites below, please pray for His wisdom, direction, and protection.

CFR Membership Roster

United Religions

 United Nations

Club of Budapest - honorary members

UNESCO

EARTHWATCH

UNESCO Education for All Forum

Earth Council, NCSD, Agenda 21

UNESCO Early Childhood and Children's Rights

Awakening Earth

UNESCO Education Information Service

The President's Council on Sustainable Development 

UNESCO's "Tolerance Programme"

Institute for Global Ethics

Declaration on the role of religion in the promotion of a culture of peace

International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution

UNESCO Declaration of Principles on Tolerance

Institute of Global Education

National Center on Adult Literacy

Click on ILI for UNESCO's view of literacy

Goals 2000: Educate America Act

UN Treaties and Conventions

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

NASA's Global Change Master Directory (GCMD)

World Health Organization

World Servers

The World Bank

http://rockefeller.com.au/gn/flowchart.html

Commission on Global Governance

Gorbachev's State of the World Forum, The Gorbachev Foundation, San Francisco

UN 50th Anniversary in San Francisco

The Communist Manifesto

 World Constitution

 
   

 The following links were listed at the State of the World Forum website in March 1999:
Alliance for Democracy Mission: "to free all people from corporate domination of politics, economics, the environment, culture and information. and to create a just society with a sustainable, equitable economy."
Association of World Citizens (AWC) Mission: "to lay the foundation for a Global Village of social and economic justice, lasting peace, and a sustainable environment."
Center for Respect of Life and Environment (CRLE) Mission: "to awaken people's ecological sensibilities and to transform lifestyles, institutional practices, and social policies to support the community of life. [and to]  recognize the links between ecology, spirituality, and sustainability."
Communication Works Mission: "to devise and execute strategic media campaigns that shift public opinion and lead to social change."
EarthAction Mission:  to "mobilize large numbers of citizen groups, individual activists, journalists and members of parliament around the world and increase the chances of effective international action to solve global problems, by generating political will simultaneously in many countries."
Earth Charter Campaign Mission: "to give inspiring expression to the most fundamental principles of an integrated ethical vision for our common future clarifying humanity's shared values and developing a new global ethic for a sustainable way of life."
Foundation for Global Community Mission:  'to contribute to an evolution of cultural values, from today's dominant focus on 'more,' on growth and materialism, to an emphasis on 'enough,' on quality and excellence of spirit."
Global Dialogue Institute Mission: "to promote dialogue in the broadest and deepest sense among individuals and groups of different religions and cultures, focusing especially though not exclusively on the "opinion-shapers" of society..."
Global Energy Network International Mission: "to accelerate the attainment of optimal, ecologically sustainable energy solutions in the shortest possible time for the peace, health and prosperity of all."
Global Exchange Mission: "advocating and working for political, economic and social justice on a global scale."
Global Policy Forum Mission:  "to monitor global policy making at the United Nations and to promote a more open, accountable and democratic policy process at the global level."
Grameen Foundation USA Mission: "the elimination of poverty by promoting and advancing the work of the Grameen Global Network."
Green Cross International Mission:  "to help create a sustainable future by cultivating harmonious relationships between humans and the environment."
Institute for Global Communications (IGC) Mission:  "to advance and inform movements for peace, economic and social justice, human rights and environmental sustainability around the world by promoting strategic use of appropriate computer technology. The IGC site houses PeaceNet, EcoNet, LoborNet, WomensNet and ConflictNet."
Institute for Global Ethics Mission: "elevating public awareness and promoting the discussion of ethics in a global context."
One World Mission:  "to broadcast an alternative world agenda, an agenda for a fairer world."
President's Council on Sustainable Development Mission: "established by President Clinton in June 1993 to advise him on sustainable development and develop bold, new approaches to achieve our economic, environmental, and equity goals."
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) Mission:  "to provide governments, development agencies, grassroots organizations and scholars with a better understanding of how development policies and processes of economic, social and environmental change affect different social groups."
Womankind Worldwide Mission: "ending violence against women; livelihood and production; health; education and training; and environment."
Women's Environment And Development Organization Mission:  "to transform society to achieve a healthy and peaceful planet, with social, political, economic and environmental justice for all through the empowerment of women..."
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