From Globalism to the Antichrist (Part 7)

By Guy R. Mompoint

Oct 2018


Twenty First Century Haitians

Ayisyen 21èm Syèk

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Message #7


Hello friend,

We have been taking a closer look at the concept of Globalism as a whole; trying to have a clear understanding of what it entails, what’s hidden behind the curtains, so to speak, and what’s its final objective. In this message, we will move on to the second theme: “Finance and Economics” and look within it at Taxation and International Financial Institutions.


An integral part of the money con game and an absolute necessity to make it work is the forced requirement of the public to pay income tax, sales tax, property tax, corporate tax and the latest invented tax in order to pay interest to the private banks. Taxation is a planned and coordinated effort for control, domination, deprivation and impoverishment of the population by its own government.

“Feudal and mercantilist economic systems were characterized by the lower orders of ordinary people being enslaved by, or subjected to, the commands of an elite.

Beyond basic subsistence, serfs and slaves were not enabled to consume other goods, nor were they given the means to do so. Communism was hawked as handing power to the serfs, or workers, united in and by the state. But again, it meant that workers remained serfs, employed and commanded by a state set up in their name. Freedom from the bourgeoisie became subjugation by the state.

Only capitalism, founded on free markets and freedom of choice for all, held the promise of freeing the masses from a life of drudgery and servitude.” (Passage from

The origin of the income tax on individuals in the United States is generally cited as the passage of the 16th Amendment, passed by US Congress on July 2, 1909, and ratified February 3, 1913. They adopted the income tax in 1913, levying a 1% tax on net personal incomes above $3,000, with a 6% surtax on incomes above $500,000.

No Taxation without an end to corruption!

Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index for 2008 ranked Haiti the fourth most corrupt country in the world. The income tax rate in Haiti varies according to your level of earnings; it sits between 15% and 30%. The corporate tax in Haiti goes from 30% to 42%, the Value Added Tax (VAT) in Haiti is levied at a standard rate of 10%. Property tax varies between 10% and 15%!

Throughout history, the Haitian system of government has been fleecing the people by way of taxation in order to defend and preserve the corruption and maintain the aggrandized lifestyle of politicians at the expense of the ordinary Haitians. Have you ever wondered why a relatively stable Haitian middle class gradually disappeared after 1986? Four main reasons: Inflation, taxation, economic dependency on the Globalists’ system, and government corruption with the financial elite.

Belgium, as an example, has the highest income tax rate in the world, with an average income tax rate of 40.7%. Aside from taxes collected at the federal level, taxes are also collected at the local level, as well as the state level. Income tax in Belgium depends on the amount of income earned, and can range anywhere from 25% to 50%.

When you loot successful people in a society to finance big government and support the less successful, you will end up reducing the number of successful people and encourage more people not to be productive. This leads every time to a never-ending cycle. The bigger government becomes, the more people in need there are and the more the successful must be penalized to pay for them. The more the successful are penalized, the fewer successful people there are. This causes wealth to concentrate in fewer hands, there is no incentive to be productive and successful, the economy slows down, and even more people are now in need for help. It goes on and on until you get a slow economy that can't produce enough tax revenue to sustain itself; leading to bankruptcy.

International Financial Institutions

The widely known and acclaimed International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank are reported by the media as lending much needed funds to third world countries so they can further develop. This is a lie. In fact, the IMF and World Bank have through indebtedness enabled the complete destruction, control of the economies, and raping of the resources of developing nations. As demonstrated by John Perkins in his book “Economic Hitman” this was a planned and coordinated effort for control, domination and impoverishment of the developing world.

Finance as a Mechanism to Transform Societies

Throughout the recent century the powers of financial capitalism have used their control over money to transform whole societies and the world at large. They have funded both sides of WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam, funded and instigated both the Russian Revolution and the Chinese Revolution. They have created the mortgage / housing crisis in the United States and actively promoted the Economic Collapse of the U.S. until Donald Trump’s America First reversal. Throughout history they have used their power over money and finance to foment war and revolution as means of transforming society in order to further their control and power.

Here is another important fact: the IMF was never designed to help the Third World or end poverty. It was established by the Bretton Woods conference of 1944 to restore economic and financial order to the Western world. There was no element of compassion for humanity in its formulation. The Fund's aim is first and foremost to assure the interests of developed countries, it is ill-designed to provide effective help to developing countries.

I’ll leave you with the following words spoken by Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo, a man with the right mindset. Read carefully his statement during a press conference while hosting Macron, the French president:

“We have to get away from this mindset of dependency. This mindset about ‘what can France do for us?’ France will do whatever it wants to do for its own sake, and when those coincide with ours, ‘tant mieux’ [so much better] as the French people say…Our concern should be what do we need to do in this 21st century to move Africa away from being cap in hand and begging for aid, for charity, for handouts. The African continent when you look at its resources, should be giving monies to other places…We need to have a mindset that says we can do it…and once we have that mindset we’ll see there’s a liberating factor for ourselves,”

Lest I am misunderstood, in no way do I encourage anyone to refuse paying taxes or resist against government... The Lord Jesus Himself paid taxes (Matthew 17:24-27).

Romans 13:1,2 says this: "Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God. 2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation."

Christians are thus commanded to obey the laws of their land (unless same are contrary to God's Word and would cause a person to violate God's Law).

Now, true believers in Christ who find themselves in a position of power over others would act in accordance with the passage found in Matthew 20:25,26: Jesus called them unto him, and said, Ye know that the princes of the Gentiles exercise dominion over them, and they that are great exercise authority upon them. But it shall not be so among you: but whosoever will be great among you, let him be your minister...


Thank you for reading.



Reminder: Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. And the world passes away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abides forever. (1John 2:15-17)


* 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 all 66 books. Contact Guy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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