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Sid Roth - The Globalist Plan for One World Government with Gary Kah

Sid Roth - The Globalist Plan for One World Government with Gary Kah
TOPICS: Globalism, Conspiracy

My guest says there's a much greater danger than even a terrorist attack to destroy the world. Next on this edition of It's Supernatural.

Sid Roth: We're living in a very strange new world. There's a word in our vocabulary that most of us never even thought about before. It's called terrorism. Gary Kah, you worked for the government of Indiana with European, Middle East trade specialists. You visited most of the countries around the world. What is the true meaning of terrorism? Is it what we see with our eyes or is there something underneath that we should be aware of?

Gary Kah: Sid, it's much bigger than what people realize. Osama bin Laden is not acting alone. There's a huge network around the world involving thousands of people and there's a purpose behind all of this. It's not just lashing out against people because they're hated. It's, I believe the purpose of terrorism is to get the people, especially of the western nations, to the point where they would be willing to embrace a certain solution that under normal circumstances they would never embrace. In other words, I believe the purpose of terrorism is to tighten the screws and to step up the pressure to get people to embrace a world government which would be proposed as the solution to bring about world peace and to end terrorism. And I really think that's the purpose of it.

Sid Roth: Okay. What's the need for the world government? Why is this a hidden agenda?

Gary Kah: Well it's because most people of the world would not go along with the idea of a world government. To surrender all of our national sovereignties and submit to some of our freedoms to this concept of an overriding government that be over the whole world is frightening. But if people can be scared into accepting something like that, seeing it as a good development that will protect them from terrorism then perhaps they will go along with it. And you know, if the world doesn't have any major problems, if they don't have terrorism to run from or to deal with then there is no reason why people should embrace world government. So there has to be reason first and I believe terrorism is that reason.

Sid Roth: Okay. What is your prognosis for the future? What do you see happening?

Gary Kah: Well obviously I'm in an American. Here in the United States, for our country, I see a couple of different possibilities. The United States has been used in a major way to put pieces in place to make this coming one world government possible. It's been our technology, our wealth, our influence around the world that is helping to put the building blocks into place. Now the question is, is the United States going to continue to play a major role in taking us the final step all the way into world government, or are the globalists, the hidden powers, are they now finished with the United States or close to be finished? Have we served our purpose, and if so, what's next?

Sid Roth: If we've served our purpose, what is next?

Gary Kah: Well I believe the United States would be expendable in their view of the world. And as long as the United Nations is standing and New York City is there, then it would be the obvious seat of this emerging world government. However, if the seat of world government is to be moved back to Europe, then I believe something would have to happen to the U.N. and New York. I'm hoping it doesn't, but I'm just saying in the way I see this unfolding I believe it's either or. Either the United States is going to be taken out of the picture or else we will play the major role in taking the world a final step into world government. On page 65 of my first book, "En Route to Global Occupation", which I wrote over ten years ago, I constructed a scenario involving the possibilities of what would happen. And I went back and read it just the other day, and I was amazed at how close it came to describing the current situation in the world today. And it's not that I'm a fortune teller or a psychic. I don't have anything to do with that. It's just that I'm a student of the Bible and Bible prophecy, and also studying as a researcher the current events that are taking place in the world. And when you put the two together you can get a pretty good idea of the direction things we're headed in.

Sid Roth: Okay. Let's put the two together right now. We know where we're at now. What is your sanctified speculation as to what will happen next?

Gary Kah: Well.

Sid Roth: It's called put you on the spot.

Gary Kah: Put me on the spot. Long term, I believe documents will be introduced at the global level that will help to bring about world government. One of those documents is called the Earth Charter. Mikhail Gorbachev is the person at the forefront as the key spokesperson on behalf of this Earth Charter. It is being referred to by his friends as a Magna Carta for Planet Earth, in other words, the global governing document, and it has to do with the environment. They're actually putting the pieces in place for world government through the environmental movement saying we've got to have a world government to deal with the environmental crisis.

Sid Roth: But everyone would be in favor of dealing with these problems.

Gary Kah: It would sound good. It would sound good, but I believe the ultimate problem that will be used to take us the final step into world government will be the whole world peace dilemma and the issue of terrorism. If people are brought to the point where they think the world is about to destroy itself and somehow world government can save us from that happening then I believe we'll go in that direction.

Sid Roth: Where does Islam fit into this?

Gary Kah: Islam, again, providing the platform for terrorism, it's playing a major role. And I'm not saying that all people of the Islamic faith are terrorists. That's not the case. However, if you read some of the peripheral writings of Islam they teach that young men who die, who are martyred while taking the lives of other people, will immediately become immortal and will spend the rest of eternity in paradise with a harem of 72 virgins.

Sid Roth: That's like a guarantee.

Gary Kah: Yes. And that's one of the teachings. And then the Koran itself, you know, I've heard a lot of statements come through the media that the Koran is a peace-loving book. I've read the Koran. I have a copy of it and just a few quotes, I'd like to share these.

Sid Roth: Please.

Gary Kah: And there are many more, but these are just a few. It talks about friendship with Jews or Christians is forbidden. I quote, "Believers take neither the Jews nor the Christians for your friends. They are friends with one another. Whoever of you seeks their friendship shall become one of their number. God does not guide the wrongdoers". Then in Surah 9:73, it deals with making war on unbelievers. And of course, anyone who is not of the Islamic faith is viewed as an unbeliever. "Prophet make war on the unbelievers and the hypocrites, and deal rigorously with them. Hell shall be their home and evil fate". Another quote from Surah 9:5, "When the sacred months are over slay the idolaters wherever you find them. Arrest them, besiege them and lie in ambush everywhere for them". And finally the last quote I want to share, Surah 5:33-34, it says, "Those that make war against God or Allah," in this case, "and his apostle Mohammed and spread disorder in the land shall be slain or crucified, or have their hands and feet cut off on all alternate sides".

Sid Roth: You know what amazes me is I have many Muslim friends and they don't believe that. But any Muslim that believes in the Koran must believe in that. Very interesting. We'll be back right after this.

Sid Roth: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative reporter. I'm here with Gary Kah who was a trade specialist, spent many years with the government of Indiana and has uncovered some amazing things behind what we read in the headlines. I mean, we always know there's people pulling strings, but we don't know who these people are. Now we're talking about Islam. And I have a question for you, Gary. Allah, is that synonymous with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob?

Gary Kah: No, it is not. In fact, the name Allah actually comes from the ancient Arabic pantheon of gods. That was the name of one of the gods, I believe specifically if I remember, the moon god. So whether or not Mohammed knew that when he established Allah as being the name of the god, I don't know. But it has existed for thousands of years under that name and actually pantheistic roots, interestingly enough. But Allah is not the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Sid Roth: Okay. We're talking about Islam and this leads to secret societies. How does that play into it?

Gary Kah: Yes. One of the reasons why terrorism is a part of Islam or at least uses Islam as a platform is because the prevalence of secret societies in Middle Eastern culture in these Arabic Islamic countries. And the most dominant secret society in that part of the world that wields a lot of power and also in other parts of the world is Freemasonry, also known as the Masonic Lodge. Now there are many fine people in that order. I have some friends who are and I believe they simply have not had an idea of what really goes in the higher levels.

Sid Roth: Just like the Muslim that doesn't really know all of the Koran.

Gary Kah: Exactly, same type of thing. But I have a friend in Lebanon who has been an Arab Christian leader for many years, and he told me several years back that King Assad of Syria was a high ranking Freemason. And he also told he believed, although he could not prove this part, that Saddam Hussein was and he also named other leaders in the Middle East. Even Mikhail Gorbachev, recently Dr. Stan Monteith who hosts a talk show, told me he now has documentations that Mikhail Gorbachev became a Mason as well.

Sid Roth: How about presidents of the United States?

Gary Kah: I believe over 15, I forget the exact number, but over 15 of our presidents have been in Masons in the past as well, very influential organization.

Sid Roth: Okay. So what's wrong with this organization?

Gary Kah: Again, in the higher levels of Freemasonry it's, for lack of a better term, it's very demonic and Luciferian. And I have a quote here with me that comes from the leader of Scottish Rite Freemasonry back in the 1800s. He was the leader of the organization from 1859 to 1891. His name is Albert Pike, and I quote this in my book in "Roots of Global Occupation". It has to do with how he viewed Freemasonry playing a role and setting the stage to eventually bring about a one world government system many, many years down the road. He talked about igniting a crisis between Islam and Judaism and then going from there. And I quote now. He said, "We shall unleash nihilists and the atheists and we shall provoke a great social cataclysm, which in all its horror will show clearly to all nations the effect of absolute atheism, the origin of savagery and of most bloody turmoil. Then everywhere the people, forced to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries will exterminate those destroyers of civilization and the multitudes disillusioned with Christianity whose deistic spirits will be from that moment on without direction and leadership. The anxious for an ideal but without knowledge will descend its adoration will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer brought finally out into public view, a manifestation which will result from the general reactionary movement, which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism both conquered and exterminated at the same time". So he's saying this conflict is going to come.

Sid Roth: But this was a long time ago.

Gary Kah: This was over 100 years ago.

Sid Roth: Do they still believe this?

Gary Kah: That's the question. Some people would say no, that was Albert Pike speaking on his own.

Sid Roth: Right.

Gary Kah: But again, he was the leader for 32 years of Scottish Right Freemasonry. Well as someone who has researched the subject, obviously being involved in the government meeting people who are in this organization, I wanted to know what it was about. And with God's help I was able to get hold of a number of books, one of them being "The Lost Keys of Freemasonry", which was written by Manly P. Hall. Manly P. Hall was one of the top few Masonic historians of the twentieth century. In other words, top ranking Masons would have to admit Manly P. Hall was one of their best guys, so to speak. On page 48 of his book, he talks about Lucifer. He talks about when a Mason gets to a certain high level in the order, "The seething energies of Lucifer are in his hands and before he may step onward and upward he must prove his ability to properly apply this energy". Now this is the book, "The Lost Keys of Freemasonry".

Sid Roth: I would have to believe that anyone that is Mason, if they believed what you have just said would renounce Freemasonry.

Gary Kah: Hopefully, they would get out. But obviously there are those who do know this who choose to stay in because–

Sid Roth: It's only the higher levels.

Gary Kah: It's the higher levels, yes. Because obviously someone knows about this. These books are out there and a big part of Masonic history talks about connections.

Sid Roth: A true Jew, a true Muslim, a true Christian could not be associated with that.

Gary Kah: That's right. In fact, I've heard it said, "You cannot be an intelligent Christian and an intelligent Mason at the same time". In other words, if you understand what it's really all about you would have to get out, absolutely. Just one other book I have here, "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" also by Manly P. Hall, and I want to show you just a couple of pictures out of this book, because just seeing the picture gives you an idea of what we're dealing with here. You see a demonic entity holding a person flying off with him. There's another picture of a sage invoking a demonic entity and off on the left hand side you see the Baphomet, the symbol of Satan. It's full of demonic images and pictures, ceremonial magic. And this is one of the key books of Freemasonry. But again, most Masons, I believe, don't' take the time to obtain these writings, to look at them, to study them, to have an idea of what their order is all about. But I would say Jesus said, "Let your yes be yes and your no be no. Anything beyond this comes from the evil one". So even if we don't know what this order is all about, the fact that you have to take a secret oath from the very first degree to get into it should be enough to keep people out of it. But just people don't listen.

Sid Roth: Gary, hold that thought. We'll be right back. There's a whole one world religion headed and you'll be shocked when you find out who's involved. We'll be right back after this word.

Sid Roth: Hello. Sid Roth your investigative reporter. The World Trade Center, destruction. Pentagon, destruction. Terrorist attacks. What's this world headed towards? My guest Gary Kah says there's something far more sinister than what meets the eye. For instance, you said to me that Gorbachev was a Mason and he's tied in with this one world government. We think in terms of the former Soviet Union, Russia being almost finished. What do you say?

Gary Kah: I say that's something that people in western society, especially in the United States have been allowed or led to believe. That is not the case. Russia has in fact been building up over the last five to ten years at a time when the United States has been scaling down and closing military bases. I have a quote that Mikhail Gorbachev made to the Politburo in 1987, and I quote direct. He says, "Gentleman, comrades, do not be concerned about all you hear about Glasnost and Perestroika, and democracy in the coming years. These are primarily for outward consumption. There will be no significant internal change within the Soviet Union other than for cosmetic purposes. Our purpose is to disarm the Americans and let them fall asleep". And I have other quotes similar to that, some of them documented out of his book, "Perestroika".

Sid Roth: Now when was that?

Gary Kah: This was in 1987.

Sid Roth: Do you think that is still the intent?

Gary Kah: I believe it is. And again, as I mentioned earlier, only time will tell what will actually happen with America. Are we going to be used further to actually take the world into world government or have we now fulfilled our purpose in the eyes of globalists, and if so, what will happen to America if we are expendable? And it concerns me to see Gorbachev making these kinds of statements. And in case some people say, well maybe this was paraphrased and taken out of context, in my book, "The New World Religion" I quote a document from Gorbachev making statements in his book, "Perestroika", that talk about Leninism being alive and well and he has no intentions of giving up communism, simply repackaging it and using different terminology. And these are his own confessions.

Sid Roth: How did Gorbachev get so powerful all of a sudden?

Gary Kah: Well I believe because he is connected with the secret societies, the hidden powers that try to move the world in a certain direction. And I'm not going to link Gorbachev directly into terrorism. I'm not going to go that far. However, what I am saying is that terrorism is playing a specific role, again, and creating the pressure, if you will, on the psychology of western society to get people eventually to go along with the type of world government system that Gorbachev and his allies are proposing.

Sid Roth: Okay. Gary, most of us know the Bible talks about a one world government, an anti-Messiah system that will be coming along.

Gary Kah: Yes.

Sid Roth: But how does this tie or knit together with religion?

Gary Kah: Well if you're going to have a world government you at least have to have a type of coming together of the world's religions, if not an actual one world religion. And it's interesting that the same people pushing the political agenda are calling for a one world religion. In fact, Gorbachev was quoted in the Los Angeles Times as saying that there was a need for a synthetic world religion. Specifically he was talking about elements of Buddhism, coming together with certain ideas from Christianity and a type of world religion emerging through all that. You see, you have to deal somehow with all these Christians of western society that are not going to go along with this.

Sid Roth: You know what I find interesting though, when we had the terrorist attacks in the United States of America, we had Muslim clerics, Jewish rabbis, Christians, Catholics all coming together exactly the way you outline.

Gary Kah: Again, here you have terrorism fulfilling a role. It's uniting the world against the common enemy, both politically as well as from a religious standpoint. Now on the surface that looks good. But when you see the bigger picture of where all of this is headed, you see how terrorism is being used to force us further along in this direction, and also to strengthen government, to take more of our freedoms away from us, we'll be in much more of a surveillance society from now on as a result of terrorism. So the religious and the political, I would tell people, keep your eyes on those two areas and also the economic because this is all part of one big package.

Sid Roth: What's going to happen economically?

Gary Kah: Well the goal is by the end of the year 2002, not my time table, but Mikhail Gorbachev, I have actually personally heard him say that by the end of the year 2002, he would like to have his Earth Charter ratified through the United Nations and have the beginning of world government taking shape. So if we're going to go into world government there also have to be some changes economically. And I believe terrorism has had a huge impact on the economy here in the United States. And if it continues, it could be potentially devastating and lead to a type of restructuring of the global system. I'm not saying that will happen, but it very well could happen.

Sid Roth: Okay. The United States of America, what's our destiny?

Gary Kah: I mentioned in this report that I just put together a third option. I mentioned two possible, at least for the United States. There's a third one that I would like to see and that is I would like to see the American people come to repentance, come to an acceptance of Jesus Christ as savior, ask for forgiveness of our sins and I believe God would be faithful to restore us. The way things stand right now, and it saddens me, but I have to say this, it is the United States that is exporting pornography all around the world, much of it now being hastened through the Internet. Much of our negative cultural concepts and Hollywood scene, it's going around the world. When you travel overseas now, the overseas impression of Americans as being Christian is that they're into all the sex crazed culture and ideas. That's how we're viewed overseas now.

Sid Roth: Will, the question is will America turn from their wicked ways and seek God? Will there be a national revival? I don't know. I really don't. But I do know about myself. Actually, I'm the only one that I have control over. I want to have intimacy in these troubled times with the Creator of the universe. Is it possible? I'm not talking about being religious. I'm talking about being practical. I'm talking about is there something more to life than eat, sleep, drink and die? There must be something more, and I say there is. In the day that you seek God on His terms, He says that your sins have separated you from your God. That's why He can't look upon you. If you will repent, turn from your wicked ways, believe the blood of Jesus washes your sins, make Him your Lord, you'll know Him.
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