Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Peres: "We need a U.N. of Religions"

I missed seeing this when it came out, but my research has caught it now, and it's important. Simon Peres is an 'elder statesman' in the Middle East and had proposed a 'United Nations of Religions', stating the "United Nations has had its day".

From the article...

“Now, given the fact that the United Nations has had its day, what is needed is an Organisation of United Religions, a U.N. of religions. It would be the best way to combat these terrorists who kill in the name of faith because the majority of people are not like them …,” he said.

Read the entire article at

Why is this such an important event?

1. It comes from the Middle East
2. It comes from a powerful Jew and suggests religious Israel, which has a very strong religious identify, should join forces with Islam, Christianity and other world religions in order to bring peace.
3. It is suggestive of the Vatican playing a larger role, with the Roman Pope heading the peak body.

Colossal Progress
What's not generally known at this juncture is that there has been much dialog between religious figures and authorities regarding the need for a one world religion, and there has been a colossal amount of progress in forming this religion. Almost all the large protestant and pentecostal church denominations in the USA have now recognized the Roman Pope as their earthly head. The main Jewish council (the Sanhedrin) has invited the Roman Pope to conduct mass in holy sites in Israel with the Sanhedrin, and this has now happened a number of times. The Roman Pope in Vatican II stated the "Moslems are of our fold" (approximate wording) and at this stage the Pope is working towards cementing relationship with Islam.

Vatican Involvement
Lastly, the Vatican was very involved in setting up the most recent two state solution of Israel and Palestine. My research had always led me to believe the Rothschilds and Illuminati were the most significant party involved, but it seems the Vatican s intimately involved. Look further, and we find out the Vatican had enormous land holdings in Israel. Add to that the Roman Pope assisting the Palestinians with recognition as a state and adding his skills and influence to resolve problems around the Temple Mount ; but at the price of land ownership by the Vatican and full access to the Temple Mount.

Then of course, we need to add the recent dialog with the patriarch of the Eastern / Russian Orthodox Church.

So it very much seems the course is set, and much progress has been made. This goes hand in hand with the article I just published, although I drafted this before.

Move over United Nations, the World Parliament is here (see the article), and it will likely work hand in hand with the 'United Nations of Religions' now being formed.

And it almost sounds so reasonable!