Bachmann: The Left Wants a 'Borderless,' 'One-World System' -- The 'Anti-Christ'

Michael W. Chapman
By Michael W. Chapman | April 6, 2017 | 2:57 PM EDT

Former U.S. House Representative

Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.). 

Commenting on the open borders, internationalist agenda of the political left, former Congressman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said they are like the "original builders of Babel" because they sre trying to create a "man-made, one-world system" that defies God and glorifies the "Anti-Christ," as described in the New Testament.

During an April 1 interview on Understanding the Times, host Jan Markell said, “It’s not just the American left, it’s the globalists around the world.  They really lost big time back on Nov. 8.”

Representative Bachmann replied, “They really did. You’re right. All you have to do is go back to the book of Genesis with the original builders of Babel. It’s always been the same. There’s always been two competing ideologies: one that wants to follow the truth of the Lord God, and those who want to rebel against the creator, God."

“And those who rebel, for some weird reason, their goal inevitably seems to be the creation of a man-made, one-world system," said Bachmann. "And Scripture tells us that in the End Times that is what Anti-Christ will be. He will be a part of a one-world system."

"We have people like that today, in our own day, that actually do want a borderless world with a one-world system," she said, "from the G-28, the Davos types, the billionaires. This is something that we need to realize, this isn’t something we’re making up with a conspiracy. This is a reality."

"There are people who reject Judeo-Christian truth and instead want to insert and usurp control of all of our lives with a global economic and political government," said Bachmann.

In the Old Testament, some of Noah's descendants defied God's command and decided to honor themselves by building a tower that would reach Heaven, i.e, make themselves like gods, the original lie from the Garden of Eden. They were punished, however, and the tower of Babel was destroyed.  In the New Testament, in general, the Anti-Christ is a man, possessed completely by the Devil, who is honored and worshipped by people who believe he will solve the world's ills and establish peace through his own material and godless means. 


Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman