What’s Happening to Our World?

The Old Order Is Collapsing

by Ernie Hasler


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/19/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781546294917
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781546294900
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781546294924
Format : Audio
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ISBN : 9781728381961

About the Book

What’s Happening to Our World? The world is the most dangerous place, with wars and rumors of wars. Trading and security alliances are breaking up, like Brexit. America is breaking treaties and agreements, and nationalism is rising like it did before the Second World War. Climate change is resulting in more droughts and heat waves. Hurricanes and typhoons are becoming stronger and more intense. Sea levels are rising fast as ice held in the glaciers at the Arctic and Antarctic melts. Food crops are failing, fishing stocks are diminishing, and the poorest people starve. Tribal hatreds are arising, and forest and grass fires are increasing to the extent that they are now barely manageable. As all these factors defeat governments, the world will turn to a superbeing and hand world power over to him and a political dictator. These two will be in the interests of world survival, which demands absolute obedience and loyalty of all followers, who will be required to have the identifying mark of the church. Those who refuse the mark will not be allowed to buy or sell and will therefore starve. Is this how it will end? Read on.


About the Author

Ernie Hasler started as an apprentice engineer in Bishopton, Scotland. He retired as a health and safety advisor after more than a half century of work on some big jobs. He became active in the trade unionr and saw many improvements in health and safety during his time. In his spare time, he ran a small charity Plant Tree Save Planet starting women’s tree nurseries in poor countries, mostly funded by himself and his two sisters, however, he closed it when due to poor health and age he could not effectively check out recipients. He continues to fund tree planting through Trees for the Future and in 2016 funded the planting of 20,400 seedlings and continues to do so, year on year. He has been a voluntary trustee with Emmaus Glasgow helping take it from an aspirational concept to a functioning community of up to twenty-seven previously homeless people, Emmaus Glasgow now also match his tree planting funding. Photo of Hasler steering friends boat past the lair of the nuclear monster’s base on the River Clyde. A far better policy would be to dig strong defensive positions all over the Highlands and make Scotland hard to invade.