501c3 – How Was It Done?

501c3 – How Was It Done?

Before World War!’, Joseph Stalin and Franklin Delano Roosevelt conspired to dominate the world.

It was their job to create a tension that would lead us into a world order” With most of Russia already dominated by the Communists, it fell to Roosevelt to create the same conditions here.

In his sweeping measures of 1933, he stole our gold, gave it to the bankers and replaced it with a monetary system that they could control, inflating or deflating it as needed.

There was still the need for an entity to replace the failed League of Nations.

Alert Americans doomed that organization but Communist spy, Alger Hiss, and his buddies were waiting in the wings with the United Nations.

In an article found in Time magazine in 1942, we get a clue as to how this new order would use the churches to lead us into one world government..

At the cost of our freedom and Constitution. In 1942, the seeds of the Lie were well sown within our own churches.

‘TIME” MARCH 16, 1942 – AMERICAN MALVERN

These are the high spots of organized U.S. Protestantism’s super-Protestant new program for a just and durable peace after World War II:

* Ultimately, “a world government of delegated powers.”

* Complete abandonment of US. isolationism.

* Strong immediate limitations on national sovereignty.

* International control of all armies & navies.

* “A universal system of money. . so planned as to prevent inflation and deflation.”

* Worldwide freedom of immigration.

* Progressive elimination of all tariff quota restrictions on world trade.

* “Autonomy for all subject and colonial peoples”

* “No punitive reparations, no humiliating decrees of war guilt, no arbitrary dismembennent of nations.”

* A “democratically controlled” international bank “to make development capital available in all parts of the world without the predatory and imperialistic after-math so characteristic of large-scale private and governmental loans.”

This program was adopted last week by 375 appointed representatives of 3O-odd denominations called together at Ohio Wesleyan University by the Federal Council of Churches. Every local Protestant church in the country will now be urged to get behind the program “As Christian citizens,” its sponsors affirmed, “we must seek to translate our beliefs into practical realities and to create a public opinion which will insure that the United States shall play its full and essential part in the creation of a moral way of international living.”

Among the 375 delegates who drafted the program were 15 bishops of five de-nominations, seven seminary heads (including Yale, Chicago, Princeton, Colgate-Rochester), eight college and university presidents (including Princeton’s Harold W. Dodds), practically all the ranking officials of the Federal Council and a group of well-known laymen, including John R. Mott, Irving Fisher and Harvey S. Firestone Jr. “Intellectually,” said Methodist Bishop Ivan Lee Holt of Texas, “this is the most distinguished American church gathering I have seen in 30 years of conference-going.”

The meeting showed its temper early by passing a set of 13 “requisite principles for peace” submitted by Chairman [John J. Foster Dulles [CFR] and his inter-church Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace. These principles, far from putting all the onus on Germany or Japan bade the U.S. give thought to the shortsighted selfishness of its own policies after World War I, declared that the U.S. would have to turn over a new leaf if the world is to enjoy lasting peace. Excerpts.

* “For at least a generation we have held preponderant economic power in the world, and with it the capacity to influence decisively the shaping of world events. It should be a matter of shame and humiliation to us that actually the influences shaping the world have largely been irresponsible forces. Our own positive influence has been impaired because of concentration on self and on our short-range material gains….if the future is to be other than a repetition of the past, the U.S. must accept the responsibility for Constructive action commensurate with its power and opportunity.”

* “The natural wealth of the world is not evenly distributed. Accordingly the possession of such natural resources…. is a trust to be discharged in the general interest. This calls for more than an offer to sell to all on equal terms. Such an offer may be a futile gesture unless those in need can, through the selling of their own goals and services, acquire the means of buying.”

With these principles accepted, the conference split up into four groups to study, respectively, the social, economic and political problems of the post-war world and the problem of the church’s own position in that world. Discussion waxed hot & heavy, with one notable silence: in a week when the Japs were taking Java, discussion of the war itself was practically taboo. Reason:

The Federal Council felt that, since five of its other commissions are directly connected with the war effort, the conference’s concern should be with plans for peace. One war statement – “the Christian Church as such is not at war” – was proposed by Editor Charles Clayton Morrison, of the influential and isolationist-before-Pearl-Harbor Christian Century. This statement was actually inserted in a subcommittee report by a 64-58 vote after a sharp debate. In the plenary session, however, it was ruled out of order.

Some of the conference’s economic opinions were almost as sensational as the extreme Internationalism of its political pro gram. It held that “a new order of economic life is both imminent and imperative” – a new order that is sure to come either “through voluntary cooperation within the framework of democracy or through explosive political revolution.” Without condemning the profit motive as such, it denounced various defects in the profit system for breeding war, demagogues and dictators, “mass unemployment, wide-spread dispossession from homes and farms, destitution, lack of opportunity for youth and of security for old age.” Instead, “the church must demand economic arrangements measured by human welfare… must appeal to the Christian motive of human service as paramount to personal gain or governmental coercion.”

“Collectivism is coming, whether we like it or not,” the delegates were told by no less a churchman than England’s Dr. William Paton, co-secretary of the World Council of Churches, but the conference did not vote as far to the left as its definitely pinko British counterpart, the now famous Malvern Conference (Time, Jan.20, 1941). It did, however, back up Labor’s demand for an increasing share in industrial management. It echoed Labor’s shibboleth that the denial of collective bargaining “reduces labor to a commodity.” It urged taxation designed “to the end that our wealth may be more equitably distributed.” It urged experimentation with government and cooperative ownership.

“Every individual,” the conference declared, “has the right to full time educational opportunities… to economic security in retirement… to adequate health service (and an) obligation to some socially necessary service.

The conference statement on the political bases of a just and durable peace proclaimed that the first post-war duty of the church “will be the achievement of a just peace settlement with due regard to the welfare of all the nations, the vanquished, the overrun and the victors alike.” In contrast to the blockade of Germany after World War I, it called for immediate provision of food and other essentials after the war for every country needing them. ‘We must get back,” explained Methodist Bishop Francis J. McConnell, ‘to a stable material prosperity not only to strengthen men’s bodies but to strengthen their souls.”

Politically, the conference’s most important assertion was that many duties now performed by local and national governments “can now be effectively carried out only by international authority.” Individual nations, it declared, must give up their armed forces “except for preservation of domestic order” and allow the world to be policed by an international army & navy. This League-of-Nations-with-teeth would also have “the power of final judgment in controversies between nations… the regulation of international trade and population movements among nations.”

The ultimate goal: “a duly constituted world government of delegated powers; an international legislative body, an international court with adequate jurisdiction, international administrative bodies with necessary powers, and adequate international police forces and provision for enforcing its worldwide economic authority.”

END TRANSCRIPT – “TIME”, MARCH 16,1942)

So, even before the war was over, the scene was being set for the installation of the UN’s ruling body, with the memory of Patrick Henry still fresh in their evil little minds, the “One Worlders” had to neutralize the danger of Christians becoming involved in politics.

They latched upon the fraudulently used but oft-quoted doctrine of the “separation of church and state.” The agency used to cut the balls off the church was none other than the IRS.

According to this list, excerpted from a list of 30 requirements for 501(c) (3) Churches. Put out by the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service Pub 1826 (9-94) Cat. no. 21096G, churches must:

1. Be incorporated (BECOME A BUSINESS)

2. Have a recognized creed and “IRS approved form of worship.”

3. Have “IRS approved code of doctrine”.

4. Have ordained ministers educated in “state accredited colleges.”

5. Be “neutral on political issues.”

6. “Have tax exempt status issued by IRS.”

7. Pastor must answer to the IRS as to “daily activities of the church.”

8. The IRS must be privy to “all financial transactions” of the church.

9. Pastor must supply “names of all donors”- make books records available.

10. May only use “IRS approved” fundraising methods.

11. Pastor will be “called to account over any stand taken against the tax system.”

12. Church “must advocate and support racial integration.” (Multiculturalism)

13. May “not” engage in activities “opposing pornography.”

14. May “not” support legislation saying “children belong to parents” rather than state.”

15. May not form a Political Action Committee nor support legislation “opposing lotteries and gambling activity.”

16. May not “oppose the public school system.”

17. May “not publicly declare” we are to “obey God rather than the government.”

(Those requirements only pertain to churches that want to escape paying taxes. Most businesses cannot operate at a profit today because of taxes. In fact, most small businessmen are either forced to cheat on their taxes and lie to the government simply to make ends meet and to feed their families.)

So the government which stole our gold in 1933, led us into a world war, imposed illegal taxation and adopted the 10 Communist planks verbatim, as stated in the Communist Manifesto, and has now invaded our churches and now controls our religion, as of 1942. Our pastors, preachers, priests and rabbi answer to the government, not YAHUAH. The obedience of the Christian Coalition to the Republican party, the refusal of the ministries to endorse a true leader or to expose political corruption is now explained.

Meanwhile, Scripture reading Christian Home-Schoolers are prosecuted, their children taken away because the “government court” believes unauthorized, unsupervised reading of the Scriptures (or the Constitution) is somehow dangerous!

Guess what? They’re right!

For when you read the Scriptures without the blinders of “organized religion” you realize we are in a constant battle against evil to maintain our freedom.

If you aren’t against it, you are unwittingly for it.

Shalom!

Your Brother,

Gerald W Thomas in New Hebron, Mississippi 

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