Monday, March 15, 2010

The Council for National Policy - The One World Christian Organization

Rev. Sun Myung Moon of "The Moonies" Unification Church, sponsored the founding of the organization Council for National Policy (CNP), which was founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye. As you may recall, Rev. Moon's claims include stating that Christ failed His mission, and that Moon himself is the "new messiah" who is come to fulfill the mission of God. 

The Council for National Policy (CNP), is a networking group for social conservative activists in the U.S. It has been described by the The New York Times as a "little-known group of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country," who meet three times yearly behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference. [1]

In these meetings they are said to discuss issues involving: 1) free enterprise, 2) defense, and 3) traditional western values. The CNP describes itself as a counterweight against liberal domination of the American agenda.

Looking into some of the CNP officers, we find not only a strong association with Moon, but also powerful ties with the CIA and the Council on Foreign Relations, not to mention association with high-level Freemasonry for which many conspiracy researchers have more than a mere elementary knowledge related to the New World Order. Another past President of CNP is Rich DeVoss, co-founder of Amway (and 33rd degree Mason). [2] William Rusher, who was editor of William F. Buckley's National Review, is a member. These findings should not be surprising since the CNP was an extension of the John Birch Society whose early leadership consisted of members either directly or indirectly associated with the CFR. [3] It should be noted here that the John Birch Society was founded by William F. Buckley, who is also a Skull & Bonesman and Knight of Malta member. 

Besides CFR and Religious Roundtable members, the upper echelon of the Council for National Policy were basically refugees from the defunct Western Goals Foundation, the domestic surveillance outfit of the John Birch Society which included high-ranking members of the fascist World Anti-Communist League, Knights of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, as well as Sun Myung Moon and Freemasonry. [4]

So, which Christians have an association with this council? Members of the CNP have included:
Beverly and Lee LaHaye, also associated with Moons CWA group. Gary Bauer, Bill Bright, James Dobson (Focus On The Family), Bob Dugan, Ron Godwin, Robert Grant, Rebecca Hagelin, Bob Jones III (Bob Jones University), Alan Keyes (Outspoken ultra-conservative black talk show host and author), Dr. D. James Kennedy (noted television evangelist and Pastor), Peter Marshall, Sam Moore of Thomas Nelson Publishing, Pat Robertson (founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and former Presidential aspirant), Rev. Duane Motley, Ralph Reed, Oliver North (formerly with the National Security Council), Phyllis Schlafly (ultra-right columnist and pundit), Rev. Jim Woodall, John Ankerberg (internationally recognized Christian television personality), Rev. E.V. Hill, James Robison, Jay Sekulow (Attorney and activist for ultra-right/Christian causes), Pat Boone, Reed Larson, Larry Burkett, John Copeland (son of Kenneth Copeland), and many others.
Some of the political leaders involved with the Moon sponsored CNP group include Senators Jesse Helms, Don Nickles, and Trent Lott. Also Representatives Tom DeLay, Dan Burton, Bob Dornan, Former Gov. Sarah Palin. [5] [6] [7]
Groups belonging to the Roundtable include:
The Christian Broadcasting Network, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Moral Majority, Christian Voice, Church League of America, National Religious Broadcasters, Campus Crusade for Christ, Plymouth Rock Foundation, National Association of Evangelicals, Gideon Bible, Wycliffe Bible Associates,  International Charismatic Bible Ministries,
and Intercessors for America. 
Basically what we have here is a Christian version of the Council on Foreign Relations, whose goal it is for world government. 
So as you can see, we have a blend of ecumenical fakes. Could this be the one aspect of the 'falling away' the Church so often preached by these same evangelicals? The great 'apostasy' will render much of the Christian Church faithless, and subject to the manipulation by the Antichrist. Is it any wonder?