One World stock exchange in the pipeline

NYSE Euronext and Deutsche Börse agreed on Tuesday to a USD 10 billion all-stock merger.

"Halleluja". Soon there will be a Global Stock Exhange, and a One World currency.

This member will combin the two of the world’s biggest stock exchanges into a trans-Atlantic powerhouse.

The union of the operators of the New York Stock Exchnage and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the biggest example of consolidation among exchanges, as established players contend with smaller electronic markets that have seized market share.

Last week, the London and Toronto stock exchanges announced their own merger. And in October, SGX, the operator of the Singapore stock exchange, said it planned to buy the Australian Stock Exchange.

Source: New York Times.

My comment:

The One World Government will be more effective if there is a One World currency. Obviously, a Global Stock Exchange will be the perfect place to do the big International deals.

The Global leadership is already talking about the need for a new set of International laws, that will be placed above the National constitutions.

The trade in shares was earlier a privilege of national control, regulated by national watch dogs. The final watch dog will soon be a global tribunal, and it will not be a pleasant rule.

Because as the head of the tribunal, will emerge the final anti-Christ. Backed by the United Nations, G20, EU and the Pope. The Pontiff will appoint the head of the One World Religion.  It might be the next Pope him self. He will rule from the Temple Mount in the Old city of  Jerusalem, and claim to be God who has come in flesh.

2 Thessalonians 2:4
He will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.

Written by Ivar

One thought on “One World stock exchange in the pipeline

  1. And what did John Paul II say in 2001:

    “…by the process of globalization which is leading to a progressive unification of the economy, culture and society”

    http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/messages/peace/documents/hf_jp-ii_mes_20001208_xxxiv-world-day-for-peace_en.html

    “At the dawn of a new millennium, there is growing hope that relationships between people will be increasingly inspired by the ideal of a truly universal brotherhood. Unless this ideal is shared, there will be no way to ensure a stable peace. There are many signs which suggest that this conviction is becoming more deeply rooted in people’s minds. The importance of fraternity is proclaimed in the great “charters” of human rights; it is embodied in great international institutions, particularly the United Nations; and it is called for, as never before, by the process of globalization which is leading to a progressive unification of the economy, culture and society. For their part, the followers of the different religions are ever more conscious of the fact that a relationship with the one God, the common Father of all, cannot fail to bring about a greater sense of human brotherhood and a more fraternal life together. In God’s revelation in Christ, this principle finds a radical expression: “He who does not love does not know God; for God is love”

    “…a truly universal brotherhood. Unless this ideal is shared, there will be no way to ensure a stable peace”

    “There are many signs”

    “The importance of fraternity…embodied in great international institutions, particularly the United Nations”

    “…by the process of globalization which is leading to a progressive unification of the economy, culture and society”

    “…the followers of the different religions are ever more conscious of the fact that a relationship with the one God, the common Father of all, cannot fail to bring about a greater sense of human brotherhood and a more fraternal life together”

    “the common Father of all” – code for the father of lies (Ref. John 8:44)

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