Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Olympic Games reveal the character of the coming “One World” Dream

For a country notorious for deadly fake products (recent being its toxic toothpastes in the US), China was certainly happy with her new image and role in promoting the “One World One Dream” gospel of the UN with a clinical near-perfect execution of the 2008 Summer Olympics. According to one literature issued by the Organizers of Beijing 2008, “The slogan ‘One World One Dream’ fully reflects the essence and the universal values of the Olympic spirit -- Unity, Friendship, Progress, Harmony, Participation and Dream.'
In pursuing the Olympic spirit, however, the whole world seems to agree to collectively turn blind eye to the hard realities on ground, and bask in the false euphoria of apparent progress towards the achievement of man-made peace on earth.
Even as the spectacular and breathtaking grand opening of the Games was going on, Russia was rolling in her tanks into Georgia,
claiming to want to protect the interests of ethnic Russians who in turn had been earlier harassed and massacred by Georgian forces! Over 2,000 civilians had been killed before the Georgian Parliament quickly approved a declaration of a ‘state of war’ (www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/aug/09/georgia.russia2). Both Georgia and Russia were at the Games.
Back home in China, several house Churches were closed down and .a number of Chinese House Church Pastors were relocated to remote locations, while the Olympic games lasted. So much for the so-called Olympic spirit and values! (www.onenewsnow.com/Persecution/Default.aspx?id=212700)
The hypocritical and deceptive spirit behind this surface-level “friendship, unity and brotherhood” of mankind is freely reflected throughout the games. “The dazzling chain of massive fireworks” at the Opening Ceremonies, turned out to be “mostly computer-generated;” while the nine year old girl who sang the amazing solo at the event was actually tucked away in some corner, while “a more beautiful girl (with a less perfect voice)” stood on the public rostrum, miming the words and receiving the applause of 91,000 spectators.
In x-raying the spirit of the Beijing Olympics, other questions raised by Berit Kjos in her website included: “Were the vast Olympic construction projects worth evicting more than a million people? Was winning a gold medal worth lying about the age of a gifted gymnast?” For more in depth analyses of this topic, visit www.newswithviews.com/BeritKjos/kjos93.htm
Unfortunately, this is the true reality behind the entire ‘One World One people’ façade. It is just nice-sounding verbose, backed with sound logic but a spirituality that is straight from the pit of hell. It is the spirit of the anti-christ.

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