From Globalism to the Antichrist (Part 1)


By Guy R. Mompoint

Oct 2018

 

Twenty First Century Haitians

Ayisyen 21èm Syèk

Message #1

 

Hello friend,

My name is Guy R. Mompoint; I am a Haitian evangelist who has recently started a Christian Conservative movement called Ayisyen 21èm Syèk, or 21st Century Haitians.

Realizing that words have lost their meanings in today's society, let me first of all define Christian. A Christian is a person who has received Christ, someone who is a disciple of Jesus Christ, a born again believer, a repentant sinner transformed by the Holy Spirit into the likeness of Jesus Christ and who has been made a child of God.

Now, Conservative means favoring, preserving, being in support of traditional beliefs, views and values. When those two words are combined: Christian Conservative describes a person, a movement, an institution, or an organization that stands on biblical teachings, not necessarily religious or cultural traditions, when those are not in accord with the Word of God.

While several ideologies exist within the so-called conservative movement throughout the globe, 21st Century Haitian is purely a Christian Conservative movement with the sole objective of participating in the global debate on all issues involving people's life, while also denouncing the evil ways of this last generation. Our beliefs, values, views and stands are not personal opinions or preferences; they are instead at all times the fruit, the result, the end product of biblically sound rationale that are based on Scripture, rather than on unfounded religious excuses and false so-called science.

Having said all of that, allow me, in this introduction, to briefly explain the reason why there hasn't been/isn't currently any Haitian conservative movement.

The introduction of Marxism, communism, socialism (all basically the same thing) – and by the way, they are today hiding behind names such as democrats, liberals and progressives - After the two World Wars, Haiti was under American occupation and/or domination. The Americans created, trained and left behind a Haitian Armed Force that was there to defend the interests of the United States in the Caribbean region, and to protect the assets of American companies doing business in Haiti. The anticommunist spirit was high among the military, the politicians who held power at that time and the financial elite, also known as the bourgeoisie.

But, the sentiment of nationalism and patriotism grew stronger and stronger in the heart of many; and that great resentment within them towards the occupying power turned to a hatred for their system of government. That sentiment caught fire quite rapidly among the educated middle class and university students.

The Duvalier's dictatorial regime, long of nearly three decades (1957-1986), weighed heavily on the population's heart and pushed almost all educated people (outside of supporters of the regime and government employees) to lean left; be it high school students, university graduates, and young professionals. The great majority had the blue and red blood of revolutionists running through their veins.

To shorten a long story, I'll simply say that the situation has worsened and is one of the main obstacles that have blocked the path to economic growth and development, particularly during the past century.

Now, the great puzzle in all of this is in the fact that the political discourse has never gone beyond the initial emotional and knee jerk reaction towards capitalism. The negative presumptions against the capitalist (right wing) system were solidified even more when leftist teachers and communist professors returned by the thousands from abroad to the homeland after decades of forced exile. They were well spoken, indoctrinated communist activists, militants of socialism sent on a mission. They have worked hard at shaping the mind of the next three to four generations of Haitians.

After Duvalier's departure, a deeply confused, grossly irresponsible and inept military force took over and was unable to guide the country on the road to a peaceful transition. Worst of all, a group mostly composed of educated fools and leftist ideologues drafted (more likely copied and pasted) a very bad Constitution in 1987. Everyone jumped on the leftist bandwagon; the great majority of Haiti's academia, its media, its Diaspora, and middle class were made up with either Marxists propagandists, red indoctrinated communists, moderate liberal socialists or useful idiots. Within the Roman Catholic Church, the religion of nearly 70% of Haitians, the teachings of Liberation Theology, (religious communist propaganda) was preached all over the country and grew stronger and stronger during that period.

Read this author's brief text which explain the communist so precisely: “Regardless of their nationality, communists are communists first. They share a closer kinship with communists of other nations than they do with their own countrymen. The will of the population is never a consideration. A tiny elite dictates the minutiae of everyday life to the unwilling masses for their own good. Academics and political apologists of the ideology never admit the obvious failures, as communism’s catastrophic economic and human devastation are dismissed as glitches to be ironed out in the next implementation.”

Fast forward now to the year 2010, after the devastating earthquake; by then, Haiti had lived 206 years of poor management, blatant incompetence, unashamed corruption and gross failure; the country had been tossed to and fro between a confused, fake and corrupt Rightwing, and a dishonest, visionless and equally corrupt Leftwing. Nevertheless, it was in 2010 that Haiti encountered its most evil, most wicked, most cruel, and most dangerous enemy in more than two centuries: Globalism!

Now, you are probably saying: « Guy, let's not exaggerate; come on! »

Well, please give me a chance to share the truth about Globalism with you when we meet again in Message #2.

Thank you for reading

 

Guy


Reminder: The Lord is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.

 

* Some passages and assessments contained in this text were inspired by or quoted from articles/posts read on sites such as Conservative Tree House, the Globalist Agenda and others.

About the author:

 

Guy R. Mompoint is the leader of OSS Ministry, an Evangelical Non-Profit Organization in Haiti, incorporated in the State of Florida since 1998. He is completing a “March of Repentance” in all 10 departments, 145 Communes, and 576 Communal Sections in Haiti. Yet, the most important project currently undertaken by Guy is the New Testament Creole translation of the Original King James Version Bible, along with a recorded reading of the books. Contact Guy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

 

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