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"The ten horns you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but will receive one hour of authority as kings, along with the beast. These kings have one purpose: to yield their power and authority to the beast." Revelation 13:12-13


In 1973, a computer program was developed at MIT to model global sustainability. Instead, it predicted that by 2040 our civilization would end. While many in history have made apocalyptic predictions that have so far failed to materialize, what the computer envisioned in the 1970s has by and large been coming true. Could the machine be right?

Why the program was created

The prediction, which recently re-appeared in Australian media, was made by a program dubbed World One. It was originally created by the computer pioneer Jay Forrester, who was commissioned by the Club of Rome to model how well the world could sustain its growth. The Club of Rome is an organization comprised of thinkers, former world heads of states, scientists, and UN bureaucrats with the mission to “promote understanding of the global challenges facing humanity and to propose solutions through scientific analysis, communication, and advocacy.”

The predictions

What World One showed was that by 2040 there would be a global collapse if the expansion of the population and industry was to continue at the current levels.

As reported by the Australian broadcaster ABC, the model’s calculations took into account trends in pollution levels, population growth, the amount of natural resources and the overall quality of life on Earth. The model’s predictions for the worsening quality of life and the dwindling natural resources have so far been unnervingly on target.

In fact, 2020 is the first milestone envisioned by World One. That’s when the quality of life is supposed to drop dramatically. The broadcaster presented this scenario that will lead to the demise of large numbers of people:

"At around 2020, the condition of the planet becomes highly critical. If we do nothing about it, the quality of life goes down to zero. Pollution becomes so seriously it will start to kill people, which in turn will cause the population to diminish, lower than it was in the 1900. At this stage, around 2040 to 2050, civilised life as we know it on this planet will cease to exist."

Alexander King, the then-leader of the Club of Rome, evaluated the program’s results to also mean that nation-states will lose their sovereignty, forecasting a New World Order with corporations managing everything.

“Sovereignty of nations is no longer absolute,” King told ABC. “There is a gradual diminishing of sovereignty, little bit by little bit. Even in the big nations, this will happen."

How did the program work?

World One, the computer program, looked at the world as one system. The report called it “an electronic guided tour of our behavior since 1900 and where that behavior will lead us.”

The program produced graphs that showed what would happen to the planet decades into the future. It plotted statistics and forecasts for such variables as population, quality of life, the supply of natural resources, pollution, and more. Following the trend lines, one could see where the crises might take place.

Can we stave off disaster?

As one measure to prevent catastrophe, the Club of Rome predicted some nations like the U.S. would have to cut back on their appetites for gobbling up the world’s resources. It hoped that in the future world, prestige would stem from “low consumption”—one fact that has so far not materialized. Currently, nine in ten people around the world breathe air that has high levels of pollution, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO). The agency estimates that 7 million deaths each year can be attributed to pollution.

Who are the Club of Rome?

The Club of Rome was founded in 1968 by Alexander King and Aurelio Peccei at the Accademia dei Lincei in Rome, Italy. David Rockefeller is also among the founders. Members include current and former heads of state, UN bureaucrats, high-level politicians, economists, and business leaders. Back in 1972, the group published a report entitled “The Limits to Growth,” promoting the reduction of the Earth’s population for the sake of saving the planet and the economic system.

The group was also known for a plan to divided the world into 10 bioregions as a means by which the autonomy of individual sovereign nations would be sacrificed for being part of a collective bioregion. The European Union was the primary test model for this global strategy and since then other bioregions have been formed although the European Union is the only which which to this date has sought not just economic union but also political union.

For some bible prophecy commentators the idea of the world being divided into 10 bioregions seemed to be a possible fulfilment of the prophesied final world empire which both Daniel and John said would be composed of 10 heads/10 horns.

The NAFTA agreement between America, Mexico and Canada was also seen to be the forerunner of a North American Union but some believe these plans have been thwarted by Donald Trump who stated that the dissolution of NAFTA was one of his primary objectives.

The 50th Anniversary Conference of the Club of Rome will be held on October 17-18, 2018 and will bring together cutting-edge speakers, both from outside and from within the Club of Rome.

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