I’m writing this to you from a top secret place in the Americas, and I wanted to tell you that I love you, and that I care about you.
I’ve been watching the events that have taken place lately in the United States, and also the world and have been fascinated with the mounting tensions that have been taking place, particularly with the raid of Congress by an angry mob, and the recent impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.
For a long time, I wanted to fix our system, as I looked at it, and I said: “This can be healed if we do x, y and z.” I now am looking at it, and think that our system is doomed and like a flower blooming, is coming time to pass away and be replaced by something better and my attention has shifted instead of fixing this old, dead Democracy, I am thinking through how to start something new that will replace it.
Democracy has failed. Democratic Republics have failed. You might kind of feel the same way, but do not know what to do about it. You might be wondering what I am talking about. Well, I’m going to keep this post short, and to the point. If you look at the United States of America, or any other country that is using a similar kind of a system as to what we are using, you will notice that over a period of 250 years or so, that they only thing that has happened to our system is that it has gotten bigger and bigger, has become more and more divided as time has gone by.
The morals of these systems have also degraded, as the prosperity has degraded. Keep in mind that when prosperity is based on debt that is created, it is not real prosperity, it is the illusion of prosperity. Right now the United States has approximately $27.5 trillion in debt, up from something like $19.5 trillion a few years back. It is estimated over on the https://www.usdebtclock.org that by 2025 we will have $49 or $50 trillion in debt by our current rate of exponential expansion. It is getting to a point where this is nearly impossible to resolve previous to a complete collapse of our financial system and that is not the only thing that can collapse.
Debt is increasing, and the size of our government is increasing while world tensions are mounting. There isn’t just international conflict to worry about now, conflict is rising up from within our system aimed at destroying it from the inside out.
So what is the problem with Democracy?
The problem with Democracy, particularly Democratic Republics is that it will always be divided, and nobody can truly lead. Someone wants to make a decision to do something that is positive for a nation, and they cannot. It has to go through a near impossible system of checks and balances and within those checks and balances there is constant division.
Let’s say that someone got in office who truly had a plan to change things and to solve the problems in the nation. The question is, could they even do it?
Really, what winds up happening is that never ending laws end up getting passed and as time goes by, the morals of the nation become eroded and if anything, this is what the American system has proven – that in the end, it will fail.
You may be asking – has it truly failed yet? It is on its way out, I will tell you that. That it would take a miracle that is bigger than anything that you have seen in US history to save it. That it is a dying dog, with stage 4 cancer right now.
Now with cancer, it can always heal, I believe that. There is just a certain point where it is more likely that death is around the corner. With an animal, sometimes it is better to simply put it down.
The question for this article is, is a Democratic Republic better, or a Kingdom?
Both Christianity and Judaism Believe That The Future Order Of The World Is A Kingdom, Not A Democratic Republic (Among Others)
I’m not going to spend a lot of time pointing to prophecies in this post, but I will point to a few to illustrate my point that the future order of the world is NOT a Democratic Republic. Apparently, God thinks that they are clunky and too slow, as well. Check out these prophecies:
21 And say unto them, Thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the heathen, whither they be gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land:
22 And I will make them one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel; and one king shall be king to them all: and they shall be no more two nations, neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more at all.
23 Neither shall they defile themselves any more with their idols, nor with their detestable things, nor with any of their transgressions: but I will save them out of all their dwellingplaces, wherein they have sinned, and will cleanse them: so shall they be my people, and I will be their God.
24 And David my servant shall be king over them; and they all shall have one shepherd: they shall also walk in my judgments, and observe my statutes, and do them.
As you can see, in a future prophecy of the world, there is a Kingdom and a King, not a Democratic Republic. This is not the only place this appears – every prophecy of the end of the world is a Unified Monarchy, not a Democracy, and not a Democratic Republic (Democracy is “rule of the people”, a Democratic Republic is a “rule of law, laws created through a Democratic System” – which is what we have right now. Pure Democracies were hated by the Founding Fathers and many others, like Socrates.)
Really, one of the reasons why the Messianic Age (age of bliss and peace, free of war) is not a Democracy, is because Democracies are not unified.
Think about what happened in 2016, that when Trump was elected, tons of people were marching in the streets saying “not my President” and holding signs of that nature. First of all, it is useful to note that they weren’t correct, that Trump was their President as they are USA citizens, my point is – you would not see the same thing happening with the Queen of England. When was the last time that you saw a group of people marching down London Square with signs that said “Not my Queen!” It simply doesn’t happen because the Queen of England is the Queen. It really is as simple as that.
Democracies are weak, like clay and iron mixed together – fragile and brittle, and swayed by the public opinion, like a lynch mob. Really Democracies evolve over a period of time to become more like the rule of a mob — one side uses the laws to force the other side to adopt their philosophies and morals and remember the old adage that “the majority is always wrong.”
This is how Democracies are described in prophecies, Daniel describes the Kingdom that exists before the Kingdom of Elohim comes as weak – as “iron mixed with clay” and he says it is “divided” before the God of Heaven sets up a Kingdom that shall “never be destroyed” and shall “break apart and consume all of these Kingdoms.”
41 And whereas thou sawest the feet and toes, part of potters’ clay, and part of iron, the kingdom shall be divided; but there shall be in it of the strength of the iron, forasmuch as thou sawest the iron mixed with miry clay.
42 And as the toes of the feet were part of iron, and part of clay, so the kingdom shall be partly strong, and partly broken.
43 And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.
44 And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed: and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever.
The sequence of Kingdoms Daniel described in Daniel 2 end with our modern day system, which is a weak mixture of iron and clay, brittle to the touch, and divided, partly strong, and partly broken. You can read various interpretations of Daniel 2 on Wikipedia.
A Democratic Republic is like “iron and clay” in that it has a strength in it, but great weakness in that it is divided “they shall not cleave one to another” means people do not agree, and are not unified. Prophetically, this system comes to an end and is replaced, and it is nearing time for that to happen but not yet, many things have to happen first.
In the end of Revelations, the Kingdoms of the world are absorbed into the Kingdom of heaven, in chapter 11 verse 15 it says: “And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever.”
In order for that to happen, there has to be Kingdoms of this world and right now there are not Kingdoms truly, there are “iron and clay” mixtures of Democratic Republics which is a rule of law, where the laws are written by people.
What is the difference between a Democratic Republic and the Kingdom that will come?
Well many things are the same, and many are different.
A Democratic Republic has laws that govern the land (remember “Republic” is “Rule of Law”). This is the same as a Kingdom is also a Kingdom where Law rules the land.
The difference between the two is that in our current system, the laws are made up by man and constantly changing from one day to another, as various groups of people are divided, warring against each other’s personal opinions about things and over time, the laws constantly increase in nature as people once again change their opinion about something, and alter them… whereas in the Kingdom that will come there is one law that will never be changed, ran by a King who enforces laws that he didn’t write either, because those laws were written by God (the Hebrew word for “God” is “Elohim” so when I say “The Kingdom of God” and “The Kingdom of Elohim” they are the same thing).
In a Democracy, everyone fights for what is the right way of doing one thing, or another.
In a Kingdom, you have a law that is established by the King, and that is it and while we can argue about it all we want, it is simply the law of the land.
In a Democracy over a period of 30-50 years, nothing winds up being done but the government increasing in size and the laws becoming more complex as one party wars against another, the weakness of the land increasing (this is the metaphor of the iron mixed with clay).
In a Kingdom, what gets done is what the King says will get done – nothing more, and nothing less. He makes a decision, and it happens.
Democratic governments do not make money, they essentially take money from people and borrow in order to prosper and essentially are a giant leech on society, stealing the life and blood from them.
In a Kingdom, the King’s prosperity is the prosperity of the Kingdom. If someone were the King of America right now (example) he would not be a prosperous King, he would be in total poverty as the $27.5 trillion in debt the nation has would be the King’s responsibility. He actually would not own anything, all of the creditors would own him. If you contrast this, Solomon (the son of David) was worth in today’s dollars approximately $2 trillion – something like ten times the net worth of Jeff Bezos or today’s #1 billionaire, Elon Musk and Solomon’s wealth was debt free. This is because Solomon had a financial interest in the Kingdom of Israel and rather than running like a giant leech, the Kingdom of Israel was run like a business and the whole thing prospered.
The best thing about Monarchies is that they are simple. You have one law, an enactor of the law and everyone is responsible for simply carrying it out. In the future the Kingdom that will come will have one law, and the law that will run that Kingdom is Torah, enforced by the people with unified Kings that will keep those people connected.
The reason that Torah will be the law of the land is that Torah is that this is what Elohim revealed to prophets over a time period of thousands of years will happen, as this law (Torah) is the only system of managing a society that directly came from the creator of the society. Historically, righteous monarchies prospered more than any other form of government that has existed.
For example, you can look at the government of Tibet and most people do not realize that the government of Tibet was a monarchy, and the Dalai Lama was the King of Tibet. They were one of the most peaceful Monarchies in history. You can look at the Kingdom of David, which was called “The Unified Monarchy” or the Kingdom of Solomon his son, which was the most prosperous Kingdom in world history. Monarchies work better than our current form of government and historically, they also seem to last longer.
The problem of Monarchies is not that they do not work, is that the Kingdoms of the world have been setup with changeable laws that wind up getting altered over a period of time as there are not self limitations put in place to manage the expansion of those laws because ultimately, the King just decides what is right and what is not. This idea is very different than the Jewish Monarchy of David and Solomon (and Moses) because those Kings just enforced the laws that were revealed by Moses, and Moses didn’t write those laws either.
The Law of Moses is simpler than any legal system that exists in the world today and can be equally understood by anyone. There are less things that are illegal, and a simple story based framework for understanding the laws. The laws are revealed, and this is all that there is and everything else is simply manifestations of those laws playing out.
For example – in modern society, could you ever even read all of the laws that Congress passes? Nope, there are too many. Just the IRS code has 7500 pages of laws. There are over 20,000 laws just governing guns in the United States, and 50,000 pages of small business law. What a giant mess. Any good King, even if he wasn’t following Torah would cut that whole thing down (all of it) to 500 pages or less that made sense to everyone.
Torah is less, it is like 150 or 200 pages or so and most of it is stories. There are 613 laws total, a bunch of them apply to men only, a bunch of them apply to priests only, and there are a handful of laws that apply to everyone, a handful that govern business, and that is it. The law is enforced by the community who is divided into small groups that self manage themselves (groups of 10’s, 50’s, 100’s, and 1000’s). For example, in modern society the Torah could be enforced easily through a pre existing infrastructure of Churches and Synagogues, or we could build a technology system to link people into small decentralized groups.
People would need very little training to enforce the system and a majority of it is based on change, or people rectifying their mistakes before a law is enforced. The King would be unified behind the Law and it would equally apply to him and he did not write it, he is just confirming it. We all evolve into greater levels of goodness together.
This is the future order of the world Kingdom. Less taxes. More freedom. Simpler legal system. Team work. People enforced. Superior in every way to this divided, violent, grovelling bullshit we see on TV and YouTube every day.
The best part is, the coming Kingdom is not a Kingdom of violence, it is a Kingdom of peace. In fact, people will be so peaceful within it that they will simply stop fighting, and they will take their swords and their weapons, melt the metal down and beat them into farming utensils, because the future order of the world as society evolves will change from our current nonsensical economic system to a system where humanity goes back to its roots of growing food for everyone, and keeping the people safe and making sure they have adequate resources and shelter. This evolution of society will happen anyways as a majority of our system is not needed, burdensome, and takes people away from their natural state of goodness because we disconnect from the world that was given as a gift from our creator to take care of.
To get from here to there will be a lot of work, and a lot of systematizing what we need to do in order to create it. The world has become divided and weak, every man pitted against his neighbor on nonsensical drama propped up by the media and a new system is going to emerge that will crush all of these Kingdoms to pieces just like a stone rolling off of a mountain would crush a statue made of iron and clay as it is brittle to the touch.
The brittleness of modern society can be demonstrated in that this year, all it took was a couple of little pushes on society for multiple eruptions of violence to break out all over the world. It reminded me of the scene from V for Vendetta when V flicks some dominoes that are all lined up and as he flicks them, violence erupts all over England from something little that happens. This is the state of our modern world – iron mixed with clay. Brittle, divided, and ready to be replaced.
The Kingdom of Elohim to come is not a Kingdom with only one King as in the New Testament, it is clear that there are many Kings, for example in Revelation 1:6 it says, KJV: “And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.”
In Romans 8 it says:
16 The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God:
17 And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.
18 For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.
19 For the earnest expectation of the creature waiteth for the manifestation of the sons of God.
As you can see, we are the children of God, who is the King of Kings, and if God is the King of Kings, then as children we are heirs, and also destined to become Kings. Therefore there is one King, the King of Kings, and a team of unified Kings carrying out his will. This is the future order of the world to come.
Most people take these passages as metaphorical, and they continue to vote for candidate after candidate to then makeup laws that we simply invent as time goes by and as our minds change, so do the laws and progressively, our morality erodes and society falls into poverty whereas we are promised a disease free land, peace, that we will lend to all nations and borrow from none if we follow Torah.
Who can we unify behind a society that is ran by the laws of the Bible? For a minimum, Christians and Israel, which is approximately 3 billion people and larger than any nation on the earth. I am certain that Islam would like it better as well and the Dalai Lama, as he could be a part of it and still be the King of Tibet as the laws of Torah and the laws of his Kingdom were quite similar. Torah is very similar to Quran laws, so Islamic peoples could be a part of it without any issues.
In the near future, there will be many things that will happen:
- Many Torah based societies will begin to emerge
- Many Kings and Kingdoms will emerge as a part of a unified system
- As the world economies enter into war and collapse, people will flee into the unified system and there will be safety and they will be taken care of
- The good news of the Kingdom will be shared with the whole world
- In the end, the Kingdom will merge with the Kingdom of Heaven
I have decided that rather than trying to save this current system, that it is time to build something to replace it. To me, it seems better as sometimes, you just have to let the dog die so it moves on to a land of peace. My Grandfather recently passed away and before he died, he was in a lot of pain. Now, he is fine. Sometimes, to end the pain in one system it has to pass away, and become replaced by something new.
Such it will be in the end with our modern system.