Some say the quickly approaching 2020 election will be the most important election in history.  Others claim it will be America’s last free election if we don’t watch what we’re doing.

Either God stays in power through the Trump Administration, they say, or the Globalists / socialists / communists, disguised as Democrats, in the names of communist conspirators like Obama, Clinton, Schiff, Pelosi and Soros, will take over our country, and eliminate all Christian opposition, and freedom for humanity.

Just think of the Chinese indoctrination camps, literally concentration camps, where you are essentially imprisoned until you learn Mandarin and the ways and means of China’s ruling Communist Technocrat elitists.  They’re the ones who introduced the social credit system to the world, where to have access to money, freedom, and travel rights, you must follow their Godless ideology, to their approval.  God, or being a Christian has no rights, in a system ruled by Communist Technocrats.

Here in America, we can see it beginning to manifest in an unGodly way.  Which brings me to the survival of humanity, our children’s and grandchildren’s futures, family, and what religious leaders believe is about to take place – if we don’t do something about it.


The important question God-loving beings need to be asking themselves is – Is globalism really demonic in it’s nature? 

To answer that question one must first ask – Is individual sovereignty a natural God-given right? And, Can humanity survive the populist push toward national sovereignty?

Many important clues to the equation as presented above that will play out as we approach the upcoming election can be found by reviewing what’s been written in the past, particularly as we pushed into the last most important election in history, the 2016 presidential election, which the global Communists are still trying to reverse. 

One wonderful article I found on illustrates the argument.  Called, Globalism Is Anti-Christ, Demonic, Theologians Argue, writer Brandon Showalter wrote that as far back as 2016 prominent theologians and scholars agreed that while globalism may have been used as a buzzword for the election season, too few Christians truly understood the demonic forces that drive this demonic ideology.  And they still don’t.

As The New York Times reported back in 2016, until relatively recently (2016, and now) it was rare to hear people referred to as “globalists” but the label is more common now.  And while many globalists claim to have the interests of the entire world at heart, the irony is that they have become a tribe of sorts; a wealthy, elite, and powerful tribe for whom national borders are an impediment to their agenda.

While many definitions for globalism exist, the article states, a wide chasm separates the differences in public perception.  One view has it that it is necessary to have global exchanges in an increasingly interconnected world, like trade, legal immigration, and the cooperation and sharing of ideas across borders. 

A second view claims globalism to be a kind of secular humanistic religion of sorts that envisions a one-world government.  Of course, such views of globalism are antithetical to a Christian worldview, according to some, even as the Church itself is global and the Kingdom of God is not constrained by national borders.

“A major objection to globalism from a spiritual and biblical point of view is that many of the globalists are pushing for a global value system,” said Wallace Henley, senior associate pastor of 2nd Baptist Church in Houston, Texas in a phone interview with The Christian Post.

Henley, who has written on Christian Post about national borders, further explained that there is an anti-Christ spirit at work in the world that opposes the Kingdom of Christ, which is righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.


Henley further states:  “The Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ is the highest form of civilization. The anti-civilization represented by anti-Christ is the opposite of that.  So if the kingdom of Christ is righteousness, the anti-civilization is evil and injustice.  If the kingdom of Christ is peace, the Kingdom of anti-Christ is conflict.  If the Kingdom of Christ is joy in the Holy Spirit, anti-civilization is misery.”

In a September 4, 2016 article in the American Thinker titled, Globalism: the Religion of Empire”, theologian Fay Voshell noted similarly that “[l]ike the Christian vision of the universal Kingdom of God, the religion of secular globalism claims universality, but is an earthly minded substitute for the Church universal.

“The Christian vision sees the Church universal as God’s kingdom ruling the earth. The religion of globalism sees an earthly, utopian world order in which all men pay allegiance to elite priests who rule over a World City without national borders,” says Voshell.

That lack of borders, Henley continues, is particularly problematic, “because within borders a particular civilization can choose to uphold those principles that we [as Christians] believe are at the heart of what makes a civilization a civilization.”

Without nation-states within those borders, “the only alternative to that is a global governance scenario which is terrifying,” he added.  Which eliminates not only national sovereignty, but freedom of the individual.

Back in 2016, political tensions such as the populist backlash against Germany’s acceptance of hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Middle East, Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, and the contentious Republican primary that produced a Donald Trump candidacy for President have showcased nationalist revolts against globalist ideas and influence.  Now we can see it as protestors riot in Hong Kong and France, while taking to the streets of Iraq, Iran, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Chile.  Riots and protests against the elitists who control the wealth of the world.

In an 18-point essay that went viral on Charisma News, Pastor Jim Garlow of Skyline Church in San Diego suggested that perhaps the most important reason for Christians to support Donald Trump, is that he opposes globalism whereas Clinton, Obama, and George Soros thrive on it.

“Globalism is far more than ‘geographical’ or ‘eliminating national borders and boundaries,'” Garlow wrote. “It is spiritual and demonic at its core.  Few — very few — understand this.”  This is quite likely one of the main reasons why Trump (Putin and Russia) are hated so much. 

You might want to do you homework on this one. “Think ‘principalities and powers,'” Garlow wrote.

Christian Post asked Henley to comment on Garlow’s contention that few Christians understand this.  Globalism, Henley offered, amounts to a “secular spirituality” and its devotees are quite religious.

“[That] secular spirituality would deny any kind of operation of an antichrist or demonic spirit, they would be panned.  So it’s not even a legitimate field of study in the institutions where thought is being formed.  It would be terribly politically incorrect,” Henley said.

Furthermore, he continued, “there’s a general redefinition and revisionism in the academic community and the other consensus formers that make it almost impossible. If an academic would begin to talk about this he would lose tenure, he would lose everything.”

Christians are not the only ones who find globalist ideology troubling. And, not every anti-globalist is pro-Trump.  Henley, for instance, has written a series of anti-Trump op-eds, going back to the Republican primaries.

George Mason University Law School Professor and author of the 2004 book, The Case for Sovereignty: Why The World Should Welcome American Independence, Jeremy Rabkin argues that globalism fundamentally stands at odds with democratic forms of government.

Rabkin, a Jew, expressed his distaste for Donald Trump in an interview with the Christian Post.  But on globalism, he said, “beyond that it is not democratic, there’s something about it that is a little creepy, a little uncanny.”

“It’s basically saying ‘We are going to organize the world in a way that establishes an artificial consensus.’  It’s not enough to say it’s undemocratic. It’s threatening; it’s almost demonic. It is a world organized independently of people’s fundamental religious convictions,” Rabkin said.

Globalism is an artificial religion.  One that benefits the elites who rule over us.  One that turns off the bright light of God to all those who strive for the return to the Kingdom of God on Earth.