For the peace of the whole world, the good estate of the holy churches of God and the union of all people, let us pray to the Lord.
Petition from the Great Litany
Hearing the above petition, I was recently asked if therefore the Orthodox Church was in favour of globalism, the Oneworld movement towards global unity. This was preached one hundred years ago by the mass murderers Lenin and Trotsky, by the syncretist hippy John Lennon in his song ‘Imagine’ nearly fifty years ago and by the Trotskyite neocons with their nightmarish ‘New World Order’ today. This ‘Order’ is the ideology of the global elite of bankers, industrialists, politicians and hired journalist-trolls. I answered as follows.
There is a great difference between globalism and the spiritual unity of the Church. Indeed, it can be said that there are two sorts of unity. Globalism means outward unity with the inward sameness (‘equality’ or homogeneity), created by the lowest common denominator, that is, by the unity of bread and circuses of the mob. On the other hand, spiritual unity means inward unity with the outward diversity created by the highest common denominator, that is, by spiritual maximalism. Thus, the two sorts of unity are exact opposites
In short, the difference is between the Unity in the Truth (what Christians pray for) and the union in lies (what Christ’s enemies pursue with all their strenght, not sparing any atrocity or depravation, until the time they will become His footstool).
Only in the Unity in Truth words like peace, justice and well-being retain their sense and meaning!
In the union of the devil (the father of lies), those words become mere sounds, empty cackles and idle quacking; that is, WORDS DEPRIVED OF THE LOGOS!
That is, the western political and mediatic and cultural landscape today.