Truth, Reality, and Sounds of Silence

The image of this well, a lonely structure standing resolute among the smokey ruins, and the sad, desperate emotions of The Sound of Silence, capture the cry of my restless heart. Truth and reality are like silent raindrops falling in a well of silence while the world around me burns.

I see what’s happening and I can’t stay silent. But who’s listening?

Where are the voices of those who dare disturb the sound of silence?

The world is burning because evil people are hell-bent on destroying biblical values and building a global kingdom. What we’re witnessing is “a tragedy of the commons,” and guess who’s responsible for it: the United Nations. Their plans aren’t hidden- but they aren’t openly discussed, either.

I’m talking about the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It’s an agenda created by heads of state around the world and held together by the values of humanism. Signed on September 27, 2015, Agenda 2030 aims to consolidate world power into a global government.

Humanism, a philosophy who’s motto is ‘Good without God,” is a lie that seduces the weak-minded. Have you ever wondered how the world eventually becomes of one mind and gives its authority and power to the beast? This is it. Humanism is no different than the same philosophical lie Satan used to seduced Eve in the Garden of Eden. The end result is mankind replaces God and determines for himself Good and Evil. Why else would UNESCO, the UN organization responsible for bringing Agenda 2030 to reality, say things like “Humanism must be globalized,” and “we must give people the values and understanding they need?”

What happens if those values aren’t your values? Knowing what you know now, if you were standing as Eve in the Garden of Eden, would you eat of the forbidden fruit? Because that’s what’s being put in front of each and everyone of us by the United Nations.

Why isn’t the media talking about this? Why is the media silent? Here’s the answer: UNESCO and their partners in its Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) are committed to building a humanist world and they recognize the power of media and information to do just that.

Censorship of conservative views will get worse.

Will you stand with me and dare disturb the sound of silence?

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Published by Doug Carter

Doug Carter is a graduate of North Carolina State University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Besides teaching ethics and Bible courses, he writes about cultural issues from a biblical perspective. His work has been featured on the Rush Limbaugh Show, WND, Western Journalism, Freedom Outpost, et.al. Come join him every first Monday at 9:00 pm EST on pjnet.tv.

2 thoughts on “Truth, Reality, and Sounds of Silence

  1. I think in the coming days there will be more and more “silencing” of clear, rationale voices with a biblical foundation. My prayer is that Christ returns for His remnant long before Agenda 2030 is realized. My focus is on making sure I am part of the elect who is worthy of His upward call. God’s blessings for sounding the alarm of the closeness of Christ’s return my friend.

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    1. I believe you’re right, J.D. UNESCO stated it aims to spread humanism worldwide and take a systems approach to “understanding who should be targeted in public policy” and “improving the areas of policy interventions through a better understanding of the root causes of issues that need to be addressed.” This includes “ultimately the underlying mental models (attitudes, beliefs, morals, values and expectations) that design and maintain the structures and systems producing the results that need to be addressed through public policies.” In other words, since humanism is anti-Christian, public policies will be shaped in such a way Christianity is targeted for eradication (Source: United Nations ESCAP, “Integrating the Three Dimensions of Sustainable Development: A Framework and Tools,” pages 4-5).

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