Saturday, March 5, 2011

"My only purpose in writing these books, Pawns in the Game and Red Fog Over America, is to convince many people that they have been lied to and deceived into joining hands with the devil, so that they may actually think they are performing a  duty to God and their fellow men."

                                                     William Guy Carr 
                                           June 2, 1895 - October 2, 1959


Nationalism. n. 1. devotion to one’s nation; patriotism 2. the doctrine that national interest, security, etc. are more important than international considerations.

Internationalism. n. the principle or policy of international cooperation for the common good.

I had honestly and sincerely worked and studied since 1911, trying to find the answer to the question: Why can’t the Human Race live together in peace and thus enjoy the bounties and blessings that God, the Creator, has provided in such abundance for our use and pleasure?[1]

I am frank to admit that as late as 1945 I was convinced that a One World Government was the ONLY solution to the world’s many problems, particularly political, economic, social and religious. It wasn’t until I came in personal contact with men who advocated and helped organize the United Nations Organization that I began to suspect that something was wrong somewhere.

When I was appointed to the staff of Naval Service headquarters in 1944…I was welcomed into the internationalist set. Thus I came in personal contact with men in the top level of government in Canada who were protégés of the then Prime Minister.

While I was on the staff in Ottawa I was carefully sounded out to determine if my loyalty to the British Crown was so pronounced that I wouldn’t be likely to accept the “idea” of a One World Government even if those who presented the “idea” emphasized the fact that national governments would be allowed to rule their own affairs. This presentation is so obviously a lie that I was extremely cautious from then on.[2]
                 
                 When I was in New York in February 1930 in connection with 
                 the publication of my first book, By Guess and By God, I met
                many prominent literary and newspaper men.  I sat next to the 
                editor of a famous New York daily at a banquet…During the meal 
                the conversation driftedto…the possibility that Canada might 
                become part of the United States in the not too distant future. 
                I declared it my opinion that the Canadian people would never
               agree to any plan to separate Canada from the Mother country. 
               I said: Canadians will never allow the British Empire to be broken
               up. They will never become part of the U.S.A.

               The Editor replied: “The Canadian people will have no say in the
               matter.  If [the Prime Minister] lives long enough he will use the 
               Marxist-Bismark type of “liberalism” to lead the people of Canada 
               into a dictatorship like the One Worlders are doing in the United 
               States. The people swallow this “pie-in-the-sky” policy like sheep 
               eat grass before they are slaughtered”.[3]

Knowing that there was in existence a “Secret Power” which had used Nazism and intended to use Communism to serve its own secret plans, and further its own ambitions to usurp undisputed world domination, I was determined to find out, if possible, who or what the secret power was. So I pretended to become an internationalist. I was then brought in personal contact with men at the deputy minister level of government, and also with some of the “Specialists”, “Experts”, and “Advisers” who served the government behind the scenes. Then, I began to suspect the truth.

Generally speaking, the majority of One Worlders were Satanists. These people were all far too intelligent to be atheists. They know there is the supernatural as well as the natural, therefore, if they defect from God they automatically become Satanist as far as this world is concerned, and Luciferian as far as the next world is concerned. (For further details see pp. 212 and 213 Red Fog Over America).





[1] Satan, Prince of this World, William Guy Carr, 1958; p. 4
[2] Ibid.  p. 55
[3] Red Fog Over America, William Guy Carr, 1957; p. 188

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