Today he again linked something he's linked before as evidence. I've just reread it and wanted to share.
These are the high spots of organized U.S. Protestantism's super-protestant new program for a just and durable peace after World War II:
* Ultimately, "a world government of delegated powers."
* Complete abandonment of U.S. isolationism.
* Strong immediate limitations on national sovereignty. [Ed.: This is a large part of why monarchy had to go. Monarchs aren't going to hand over their sovereignty to some board of directors. Elected heads of state have demonstrated over recent decades their eagerness to do just that.]
* International control of all armies & navies. [Ed.: No wonder Democrats kept whining that the rest of the world didn't approve of us going to war against terrorist states. Sane people can't see the problem there. It's because in their minds, this bullet point is a legitimate goal to be striven for and behaving as if it hasn't happened, which it hasn't, is alarming out-of-control behavior.]
* "A universal system of money ... so planned as to prevent inflation and deflation." [Ed.: What did I say about the euro?!?]
* Worldwide freedom of immigration.
* Progressive elimination of all tariff and quota restrictions on world trade.
* "Autonomy for all subject and colonial peoples" (with much better treatment for Negroes in the U.S.). [The second part of this sentence is the only piece of this entire list of which I can approve.]
* "No punitive reparations, no humiliating decrees of war guilt, no arbitrary dismemberment of nations."
* A "democratically controlled" international bank "to make development capital available in all parts of the world without the predatory and imperialistic aftermath so characteristic of large-scale private and governmental loans."
This program was adopted last week by 375 appointed representatives of 30-odd denominations called together at Ohio Wesleyan University by the Federal Council of Churches. Every local Protestant church in the country will now be urged to get behind the program. "As Christian citizens," its sponsors affirmed, "we must seek to translate our beliefs into practical realities and to create a public opinion which will insure that the United States shall play its full and essential part in the creation of a moral way of international living."
God help us.
The only comfort, if you can call it that, is that this will inevitably lead to a world war which will smash the vile structure to bits.