United Nations: "Harmony Day"

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  • sf


    United Nations: Harmony Day


    Earlier this year my school held a whole school assembly on ?Harmony Day? 2002. Th
    e whole idea was to hold a meeting where representatives of different races and religion would discuss to the students the meaning of ?peace?. As I waked in I felt that something had to be wrong. As the meeting commenced it all fell into place. One of the organisers, a school teachers, said that Harmony Day was founded by the United Nations.

    The hours that followed were discussions of false religions and creating a better world for us to live in. That world appears to be the New Order, which the United Nations are so intent on initiating. As the assembly began the school band played John Lennon?s Imagine. It was at that moment I knew I was living in a world of gears and cogs. A system of people who I thought could never wake up because their ignorance was blinding them from the truth.
    Harmony Day: A call for a better world of ?peace? for us to live in And the lyrics go-

    No hell below us,
    Above us only sky,
    Imagine all the people...

    You may say I?m a dreamer,
    but I?m not the only one,
    some day you may join us,
    and the world can live as one.

    A song which talks about a world living as one, no possessions, no God. If this the world you want to live in? The hundreds of people in that room wanted to live in that world and they didn?t even know what it meant. As the gathering proceeded, a number of guest speakers arrived to talk about their view of religion and peace. There was a Buddhist, an Islamic representative, and a Jewish Rabbi, yet there was no Christian guest. I thought that it was odd that leaders from all these different new age, exotic religions were chosen yet there was nobody from a Christian religion to voice their views. There should be reason to be a little questionable towards the authority who remove the oaths and prayers from places like schools but then rave about safeguarding religions which are New Age or ancient, which therefor obtains old superstitions. The whole picture of the United Nations having a one world religion became a whole lot clearer on Harmony Day.

    Later I did some research on New World Order, one world religions, United Nations etc...

    I found a book at the local library called "Armageddon and the New World Order" by Keith Suter. His ideas of NWO were a little bit off mine. Keith was positive about the idea of a New World Order and was sure that it would help the current state of global affairs, the wars and so on. To him a Christian religion would be implemented as the global religion, but what kind of corrupt, globalist beliefs it would be structured on, I do not know. It certainly wouldn't be the kind of Christian religion I would want to follow anyway. Suter went on to quote pro-NWO Christian authors who spoke of how Jesus Christ would bring the world in a special kind of unity that would accept all under his illuminating power. That was something which concerned me, using the word 'illuminating'. Normally it would not bother me but when the writing is concerned with global religion, NWO etc, of course you have a right to be questioning.

    I read a little more. As it turns out, the author Mr Keith Suter was once the Australian representative of the United Nations and help respected positions in many different world peace groups. But what concerned me even more was that Suter was a member of the occult, masonic Club of Rome. He is one of four Australian members of the exclusive 'mens club' which has a total of 100 members world wide.

    The Club of Rome is extremely exclusive, it has had many VIP members like politicians and ex-US presidents.

    After reading this I hope you know who the true enemy is...

    This was written by a student in Australia who was a witness to the Harmony Day ceremony at the local secondary college.

    If man was supposedly created in gods image, then.....holy krap...we're all doomed.-sKallyWagger

    “What a blessing such integrity keepers are to the congregation!”(5/15/02 WT magazine, pg. 27)

  • sf

    Please, remember this...use the "condiments" sparingly:

    < http://google.yahoo.com/bin/query?p=keith+suter&hc=0&hs=0

    Bon appetit!

    If man was supposedly created in gods image, then.....holy krap...we're all doomed.-sKallyWagger

    “What a blessing such integrity keepers are to the congregation!”(5/15/02 WT magazine, pg. 27)

  • TexSham

    "It was at that moment I knew I was living in a world of gears and cogs. I thought could never wake up because their ignorance was blinding them from the truth."

    Wow, you're really smart to see that Truth where all others fail.

  • sf
  • SixofNine

    lol @ Tex

  • ISP

    I hope the asked Harmony.....


  • peaceloveharmony

    hehe isp, those bastards! using my name without asking my permission ;)

  • ISP

    Yeah thoughtless lot......no wonder we will never have world peace....


  • sf

    < http://www.dima.gov.au/harmony/harmony2002/harmony2002.htm

    Harmony Day 2002
    Australia's achievement
    One of Australia's success stories is that people from different backgrounds live and work together in a spirit of community harmony.

    Harmony Day 2002 provides an opportunity for everyone to think about the social, cultural and economic benefits of Australian multiculturalism.

    Harmony Day

    Harmony Day 2002 is a key part of the Commonwealth Government's Living In Harmony Program. It falls on 21 March 2002 and coincides with the United Nations' International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Harmony Day began in 1999 and gets bigger each year.

    On or around 21 March each year, State and Territory Governments, local councils, businesses, schools, community organisations, friends and individuals come together to celebrate Australian multiculturalism. Everyone can join in.

    Community celebrations
    Communities celebrate Harmony Day in creative ways, including

    decorating public buildings, classrooms, childcare centres, shops and parks to show commitment to multiculturalism;
    wrapping up a bus or a tram in Harmony Day ribbon;
    organising a multicultural picnic, BBQ or luncheon;
    holding multicultural readings in the library;
    organising walks, sports days or fun runs for people of all ages;
    planting a "diversity" tree and watching it grow;
    staging an event in the park, at the beach or in the zoo;
    encouraging religious leaders to talk about the ideals of Harmony Day;
    conducting essay or arts competitions with a multicultural theme;
    designing Living In Harmony posters for display around the neighbourhood; and
    inviting someone to talk about Australian multiculturalism;
    Your project and Harmony Day 2002
    In 2002, organisations with Living In Harmony grants will be specially invited to celebrate Harmony Day.

    It will be a great opportunity to tell people about your project. You can incorporate Harmony Day activities into your Living In Harmony project:

    use it to launch your project or report on its progress;
    brief the council, schools and community organisations in your area on your project;
    workshop ideas. Ask local councillors, religious and community leaders, students, senior citizens or young people to contribute their thoughts on what you're doing;
    tell your local newspaper, radio and TV station about your plans; or
    make your project part of wider community celebrations;
    Everybody can take part! Harmony Day is, of course, not just for organisations with a Living In Harmony grant. We want all members of the community to take part.

    Supporting your Harmony Day
    You can order Harmony Day items from November 2001 onwards. Harmony Day community packs are free and include:

    orange ribbons (orange is the official Harmony Day colour);
    fact sheets;
    case studies.
    Simply tell us how many members you have, and the right number of packs will be forwarded to your mailing address.

    More information?
    For more information contact the Harmony Day 2002 Team:

    Tel: 02 6264 2447
    Fax: 02 6264 3753
    Mobile: 0401 718 863
    Email: [email protected]

    sKally, oh yea...klass

  • SixofNine

    Besides, I thought this past tuesday was Harmony's day?

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