Archive for October, 2008

Propaganda, propaganda, propaganda!

October 27, 2008

A month ago I wrote that things would get worse on the financial front. Not because circumstances involving the state of the world economy would make them worse, but because there was a plan by a few misfits to make them worse. A week later it deteriorated again and I reiterated my warning. A week later it deteriorated again and I wrote that the Emperor did not have new clothes on at all and the financial measures being put in place by the “Emperors” of this era were lies – propaganda in other words.


Their plan, to cull the world’s population to five hundred million and illuminate Christianity and religion, is working a treat for the “One Worlders”. They know propaganda is their greatest tool and they are using it every day now to create chaos in the financial market place. They are simply controlling the media and spreading the word that there are giants in the land. Moses learned about the power of such propaganda when the twelve spies returned from the Promised Land. Even the power of God was ignored on that occasion; despite His very visible presence with them night and day. Nothing has changed folks!


Preachers like me have been warning about the intentions of a few “One Worlders” to cull and control the remaining multitude of mankind for 35 years now, but few Christians have been listening. Sadly, many of the few who have paid attention have embraced some misguided teaching that Jesus will return, rapture them out of the coming tough times and then make war against the remainder of mankind so they will repent and be saved.


The coming tough times are not coming in order to provide an exit strategy for comfortable Western Christians who have forgotten Christ’s mandate to seek and save the lost! The tough times are coming to enable a remnant of faithful disciples to win more souls into God’s kingdom then at any other time in the history of mankind! Bible believing, Bible teaching disciples are the only solution – mere entertainment focused church-goers aren’t! They will fall away because they have been planted in the shallow and the rocky soil and have no root of faith within themselves, Matthew 13.


Judgement has always begun at the house of God (1 Peter 4:17) and a remnant of disciples have turned the world upside down. Such judgement is about to happen again, but this time among the “comfort-zone” believers. In the twentieth century it happened in China. Today China has the largest known gathering of true disciples on the planet, thanks to persecution.  


Let’s face the facts brethren; we don’t have the ear of the multitude in this modern Sodom and Gomorrah era, but we soon will have. Are ready for it? This is not a time to be looking to God for some miraculous “exit” from trouble. This is a time to return to good, sound, Bible teaching and preaching. It is a time for prayer. It is a time to get ready to testify to the Lord’s salvation. It is an “Esther time” for all disciples: “For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish. Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14.


As I said a month ago; fling those church doors open and start preaching night and day in the empty buildings until people start flocking in to experience the faith of the saints in adverse times and the power of God to deliver them. Start advertising hope in Jesus in your local papers. Start letter boxing your neighbourhood with messages of the hope and salvation in Jesus. In other words, start doing what we should have been doing all along – seeking the salvation of the lost, Luke 19:10.



Bob Chapman MA

The king has new clothes; yeah, right!

October 14, 2008


I am not a Banker nor the son of a Banker, but I’m not stupid either. I don’t believe the king has a new suit of clothes!
Therefore I have this question to ask since I, like you, have been watching governments this past week play the walnut shell and pea game with the world: How can governments lend to major international banks, who in turn lend to big banks, who in turn lend to smaller banks, who in turn lend to the populace, who in turn pay the government taxes to lend to the major international banks and there we go around again?
Why isn’t the world asking the governments where they are getting their billions from in the first place!
Well, let me tell you where they are getting their billions from to keep their walnut shell and pea illusion going on — they are getting them from their own printing business around the corner; that’s where!
Folks, the reality is — there is no pea! Or as one famous story teller wrote, “The king has no clothes on!”
Bob Chapman



IMF warns of global meltdown!

October 12, 2008

IMF in global ‘meltdown’ warning


 (see Bob’s comment below this BBC article)


BBC 11th October

IMF in Global ‘meltdown’ warning


The world financial system is teetering on the “brink of systemic meltdown”, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned in Washington.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the crisis was being fanned by fears over debt-ridden banks but added rich nations had so far failed to restore confidence.

He spoke after talks with US President George W Bush, Group of Seven (G7) finance ministers and the World Bank.

Mr Bush said the global economic crisis needed a united international response.

Speaking in the US capital on Saturday, Mr Strauss-Kahn said: “Intensifying solvency concerns about a number of the largest US-based and European financial institutions have pushed the global financial system to the brink of systemic meltdown.”

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George Bush says the US will lead the response to the crisis.

The IMF chief was joined at the White House by finance ministers from the G7 most-industrialised nations (the US, Canada, France, Germany, Britain, Italy and Japan), as well as World Bank President Robert Zoellick. Following talks with the economic leaders, Mr Bush said: “We must ensure the actions of one country do not contradict or undermine the actions of another. “In an interconnected world, no nation will gain by driving down the fortunes of another. We are in this together. We will come through it together.”

Panic selling

The meeting came a day after Asian, European and US markets continued to panic sell despite rate cuts and cash injections by central banks, amid widespread fears of a global recession.

Late on Friday, US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said the US planned to invest directly in banks for the first since the 1930s, following a similar UK programme of partial bank nationalisation.

The G7 had earlier not ruled out adopting another part of the British plan – to guarantee borrowing between banks – as they issued a five-point communique in Washington.


[We must] redirect the markets so that they serve the people, and not ruin them
Angela Merkel
German Chancellor


Story from BBC NEWS:
Published: 2008/10/11 18:11:36 GMT



Bob’s comment:


Don’t be fooled disciples; THIS IS ALL ORCHESTRATED CHAOS! It is orchestrated by the New World Order to rid the world of disciples of Christ and God’s influence over the lives of mankind. How foolish they are and the Lord Himself will undo them! 

Just last week I quoted Psalm 2:4-6 about God laughing at mankind and their desire to control their destiny.

Why did I refer to that passage? Because of what is written before it in Psalm 2:1-3. Now it is time to quote those passages because this news today highlights that man is still trying to be God and hallelujah, we are getting in their way!

Psalm 2:1-3, “Why do the nations rage, and the people plot a vain thing? 2. The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and against His anointed, saying, 3. “Let us break Their bonds in pieces and cast away Their cords from us”. “


What’s next?

The worst possibilities are:

1. The banking system will be crashed worldwide in days.

2. All currencies of the world will be negated. Cash will be useless.

3. A new global financial system will be introduced based on credits, not cash.

4. All debts will be forgiven. 

5. Access to the credits to live by and negated debt, will only be available to those who align with the New World Order.

6. Chaos and war with Iran will create fear on a scale never seen before and all public gatherings, especially religious ones, will be outlawed.

7. Laws, already signed into legislation but never implimented over the last 40 years by western parliaments and which grant the UN rights over food, fibre, minerals and families, will be enacted.


I think I will stop there, as I am sure you don’t want to hear much more.


Fling those church doors open!

October 7, 2008


Wow, what a great time this is! Mammon’s disciples are bewildered, their god has failed them and they ain’t even seen the half of it yet!


Fling those church building doors open night and day. Preach and teach Jesus night and day. There has never been a better time in the last 50 years to evangelize and make disciples of the mammon worshippers, both in the world and in Christendom. Their hope is fading; their god has let them down. Praise the Lord! They’re looking, like never before, for something to believe in and Jesus is the only answer.


Stuff those letterboxes with the good news, knock those doors, advertise nightly gospel and revival meetings, feed the needy and destitute, preach the Word without compromise, for this is God’s time in our age to shake both the foundations of the world and Christendom and turn religious believers into true disciples in order to save as many sinners as possible. This is His time and our calling.


Is this financial chaos really that bad though?  Read this from last night’s UK Telegraph:

 “Risk of Disintegration of Global Finance Within Days…”

By Ambrose Evans-Pitchard

To read more go to:


“We face extreme danger. Unless there is immediate intervention on every front by all the major powers acting in concert, we risk a disintegration of global finance within days. Nobody will be spared, unless they own gold bars….”
Investors will learn today whether the Paulson bail-out – fattened to $850bn (£480bn) by Congress – can begin to halt the death spiral in the credit system. So far, the response looks terrible.Germany is now in the hot seat. The collapse of a rescue deal for Hypo Real Estate on Saturday threatens a €400bn (£311bn) bankruptcy that nearly matches the Lehman Brothers debacle for sheer scale. Chancellor Angela Merkel has been forced to pull her head out of the sand, guaranteeing all German savings, a day after she rebuked Ireland for doing much the same thing. Reality intrudes.During the past week, we have tipped over the edge, into the middle of the abyss. Systemic collapse is in full train. The Netherlands has just rushed through a second, more sweeping nationalisation of Fortis. Ireland and Greece have had to rescue all their banks. Iceland is facing an Argentine denouement.The US commercial paper market is closed. It shrank $95bn last week, and has lost $208bn in three weeks. The interbank lending market has seized up. There are almost no bids.It is a ghost market.Healthy companies cannot roll over debt. Some will have to sack staff today to stave off default.As the unflappable Warren Buffett puts it, the credit freeze is “sucking blood” out of the economy. “In my adult lifetime, I don’t think I’ve ever seen people as fearful,” he said.We are fast approaching the point of no return. The only way out of this calamitous descent is “shock and awe” on a global scale, and even that may not be enough….



Bob Chapman MA


Laughing with God at man’s folly

October 5, 2008


A week has transpired since Wall Street took a battering, but only a few days have transpired since Congress’s attempt to halt the meltdown – what a joke!


As I watch this folly I have to laugh along with God, for He will have them in derision as they plot such vain things, Psalm 2:1-5. My mirth is not a sly snicker or polite giggle; I am rolling on the floor holding my belly, folks!  This folly by devious governments and their bank masters is the most hilarious thing I have seen in a while. Let’s wake up disciples – the bailout just ain’t gunna work! When was a crocodile’s appetite sated with a sardine?


Its smoke and mirrors in the financial and institutional corridors of the Western world. Why can’t the world see through this 200 year old, manmade delusion and realize that their dependence on worthless, unsecured, fiat money is over?


Why does mankind believe that this week will erupt in boundless hope again? Well, they believe it because they want to be god of their own lives and call on their governments to set them free instead of falling on their faces and crying out to God in repentance in order to receive refreshment from His presence alone, Acts 3:19.


And then there is the Christian joke I am beginning to read in Christian bulletins and blogs. The joke goes something like this: “The good thing is that we Christian will be raptured out or here before things get too bad on Wall Street”. Now, that is funnier than the world hoping in their governments’ insatiable printing of worthless, unsecured, fiat bank notes!


Christians, we are not going to escape the social consequences that will arise as this monetary meltdown intensifies from next week on. Shame on those who are preaching and teaching the false hope of a God ordained rapture out of this manmade, intentional chaos! Haven’t they forgotten something? “God desires all mankind to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth” (1 Timothy 2:4). Therefore what is about to happen in the weeks to come, because of the greed and power mongering of a few evil men, God will allow to happen. Why? Because it will open wonderful doors for us to fulfill His will to save the lost who will see their hopes dashed like never before in their life time.


So, let’s face it! It is about to get very uncomfortable for all mankind and we, God’s bondservants, better get ready to snatch as many as possible from the fire as they turn from worshipping mammon and seek hope in the living God.



Bob Chapman MA