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American groups requesting U.N. control

United Nations - The ten-horned beast of the U.N. is being called on by American political and religious groups to be the savior of both Iraq and of U.S. presidential elections.

The National Council of Churches issued a pastoral letter to the U.N. that the only way to create lasting peace in Iraq was if the international organization assumed control in the middle-eastern country. The nation’s largest association of Protestant and Orthodox churches, representing 36 denominations, has been highly critical of the war from its onset.

In a separate statement, the United Methodist Church, whose 8.3 million members include both President Bush and Vice President Cheney, demanded a greater U.N. role in Iraq.

Meanwhile, on the home front, members of the Congressional Black Caucus sent a letter to U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, requesting that the organization send monitors to oversee the 2004 election in November. The congressional Democrats, who have no authority to invite observers, seem to think that foreign nationals would insure that the U.S. elections would remain free and fair. This idea is absurd beyond words, seeing as the United States has served as the international model and bastion of the democratic process.

This is another attempt to whittle away at the sovereignty of the world’s remaining super power, in an effort to ultimately subjugate it under the socialistic new world order. All prophetic signs point to that end result, and world events - in both the domestic and foreign arenas - are happening in line with God’s holy word.