Baha'ism - The New World Religion

Baha'ism - The New World Religion

There’s been much talk and writings about the New World Order (NWO). Most observers see and explained the concept in political and economic aspects only, and most if not all of the opponents of the NWO overlook the third component, which is important for a complete NWO – theological.

You see (as I see it), there ought to be 3 main components in the structure of a given NWO for it to be complete:

1. One World Government/Parliament.

2. One Financial/Economic system.

3. One World Religion.

The first two components are already very much in placed, if not fully implemented, but for a matter of time only. The third component is an oversight by many commentators, or perhaps not taken as serious/important because ‘belief’ is (mis)taken as personal, and does not effect world control.


Religion is the most effective tool of control, especially so because it involves god/s. Ninty percent of earthlings have this fear, or at least some respect for the Super-Being, portrayed in various forms in various religions. Thus, to command earthlings via god/s to the wishes of the NWO masters is very mush easier and effective than coming from the human masters themselves. People are very capable of questioning & criticizing their political leaders, but are timid against their ‘holy‘ human masters (gurus, priests, mullahs, etc.). Look at how powerful the Vatican is.

Most religions, especially Christianity, are facing serious problems from within and externally, and more so for Islam after the 911 aftermath.

Generally, the ‘initiators‘ behind the NWO are primarily and irrefutably, prominent Jews comprising of Jewish politicians, corporate figures, and the infamous Wall Street Banksters. Judaism therefore, would naturally occupy the position of the ‘official religion‘ of the NWO, and be entitled for the New World Religion.

Apparently, this is not so. The hidden hands work in the shadows (of course), and not known to the majority is a brand new religion, which have been in the making for the past century or so – Baha’i.>>

Baha’i ?? Nooo! Maybe not.

All the main religions of the world (by design) are losing their credibility day by day. One of the reason is that none of them is ‘universal‘ enough to be embraced by all the Earthlings. Each religion is stuck (by their own doings) in geographic and ethnicity in its forms and rituals, and as such became difficult & cumbersome for others to integrate into its peculiarities. Christianity is too Western, Islam is every inch Arabic, Judaism is too Israelitish and so forth.

What about Baha’i? Well…if you study it, it is UNIVERSAL in design. Although Persian in origin, but it has none of the forms of medium, ancient rituals and tenets of the other religion. It is New Age, and easily appealing to modern day Earthlings. Even more attractive is its acceptance and recognition of all the prophets, gurus and messiahs of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism, which simply means Baha’i is ALL religion combined. Fantastic! It even has its own office/center in the U.N. headquarters. Guess where its International HQ is? Its on Jewish soil – Haifa, Israel. Of all the places on Earth…and I would have expected it to be located somewhere on the Himalayan mountain, where Everest is.

Bahai International Center - Haifa, Israel

Bahai International Center - Haifa, Israel

The Bahá’í Faith’s reach and influence is worldwide. Their leaders have contributed to the birth of the UN and take part in every conference related to global governance and initiatives such as the drafting of Agenda 21 and the Earth Charter. It is well recognized that the Bahá’í Faith is, for all intents and purposes, the religion of the UN. With one of their offices located in the UN headquarters, Bahá’ís have influenced and converted many international politicians to the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh.

The Bahá’í Faith is as much a political force in the New World Order as it is a spiritual one. The term “new world order”, as you will soon see, was coined by Bahá’u’lláh himself in the late 1860s. I will end this article with a collection of quotes that outline the beliefs and agenda of the Bahá’í Faith. The organization, and its holy scriptures, advocates the following:

• A World Super-State
• A World Legislator
• A World Parliament
• A World Police Force
• A Supreme Tribunal
• Election of leaders through merit alone without nominations or the democratic process (the
Administrative Order)
• A single Universal Language
• A permanent single currency
• An international uniform tax
• The implementation of Agenda 21 and the Earth Charter
• The unity of all the world’s religions under the umbrella of the Baha’i Faith

World Government Fronts, Psycho-social Change Agents >> – Terry Melanson. November 05, 2004

Do your own reading and research to find out more, and who knows you might catch on, before you’d be scooped in and fully integrated into the New World Order >

Is truth synonymous with religion and vice-versa? Truth stands on its own. It needs no support, or proof from anything, anyone, or any form of collectivist bodies like religion, association, clubs, government, politics, academy, ideologists, scientists, media, cults, campaigners, advocates, etc., etc.

Truth is simply “it is”, just as you exist and that’s it. It doesn’t matter if anyone else believe, deny, see, or hear you or not. You exist. Period. That is all and all there is.

Discernment is all that is needed to ‘see’  the truth.

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“Even if you’re in the minority of one, the truth is still the truth.” Ghandi

Read : Handbook for the New Paradigm

Update April 29, 2010

Separate Truths

“But this lumping of the world’s religions into one megareligion is not just false and condescending, it is also a threat. How can we make sense of the ongoing conflict in Kashmir if we pretend that Hinduism and Islam are one and the same? Or of the impasse in the Middle East, if we pretend that there are no fundamental disagreements between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?” – Stephen Prothero