Who is Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly)?
Rema Marketing article updated: 4/4/2015; 17/4/2015; 27/4/2015; 9/8/2017
Who is Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly) and what do they believe?
It really upsets me when so called ‘Christian’ ministries lie. It upsets me even more when so called ‘Christian’ ministries charge information that can be easily obtained for free online. One such so called ‘Christian’ research group or ‘Truth Movement” as they call themselves does both, they lie and they charge you.
Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly) has been sending me emails about their research for a couple of years now. In the beginning they never charged for their information, it was free. Then things started to change. When you clicked on a report all of a sudden you were transferred to a page that said the following in BIG RED Lettering:
“The Evidence Provided Below on [this article] is Under a threat of Being Taken Offline. You Must Act Now to Receive it…Fast”
“WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you read below to know how to access the rest of the information before the Report is taken offline.”
“WARNING: This Report is under threat of being taken offline due to its content. It is important that you order below Now, to access the report before we are forced to take it offline.”
This is called lying or soliciting. It’s a marketing ploy to make you think that you need to buy their information quickly because it’s going to be removed from the internet by the evil powers that be. What a load of nonsense. If ever there was a lie here is one.
They force your mind into thinking that their information is so valuable that someone out there is going to remove that report off the internet, so you better buy it and fast.
Yes the internet is going to one day squeeze out all Christian ministries – when you search for the truth you wont find anything, but to use this as a ploy to make people buy your product is just wrong.
Then as you read down the page they push the reader towards the big ‘ADD TO CART’ button and the price of the report is a massive $24.99. But they tell you it WAS an incredible $49.99, now it’s just $24.99. So if you better act fast as that price is for today ONLY. In South African Rand that is approx R250 – That is enough money to buy a whole lot of groceries.
Rema Marketing (Global Watch Weekly) never used to charge you for their information. I think it went something like this. They started off not charging and as their subscribers grew they realised that people were indeed reading their information and realised that ‘now was the time to make a buck’ and they started to charge people. But to help people’s minds along when it came to making the decision of ‘should I spend that much money for a report‘, Rema Marketing strategically placed notices telling lies that if you didn’t buy their report really quickly it was going to be removed from the internet.
[Updated 9/8/2017 – I see now that they seem to have stopped soliciting…]
And then one day I receive this email from them with the subject heading of the email saying: Notice: Rema Marketing is Forced to Close Down. I must say I was shocked when I read this, and opened the email to see what was going on. Only to be slapped in the face with this:
From: **** [mailto:*****] On Behalf Of Rema Marketing
Sent: 28 November 2014 06:41 PM
Subject: Notice: Rema Marketing is Forced to Close Down [Emphasis added]
A belated happy thanksgiving to our members in the US.
Did the title to this email make any difference to how you felt when you read it. [Emphasis added]
Imagine receiving a message from us that we have to close down because we have been forced to due to our service provider being threatened with a $100,000 fine if they continue to host websites like ours. Wesbites accused of fear mongering, propoganda and hate speech.
However this is eaxctly the type of scenario that could happen in the future. You see every day when you go on the internet you simply have no idea that behind closed walls are plans being drawn up to regulate the internet which will squeeze out websites that make too much noise about the new world order and government conspiracies. [Emphasis added]
Whilst these plans are primarily being championed as a way of clamping down on terrorists and men who stalk children, who use the internet for their purposes, the extended use of such laws will also apply to truth movement websites.
Thats why we always say when we provide reports dont simply just take it for granted that we will be doing this week in and month out. Take action and grab what we make available whilst it is available. [Emphasis added]
So once again they lied, all in an effort to make you BUY their information at their so called fantastic price of $24.99. Every week they bring out a new report and if every week I was to buy their report I would be broke. They on the other hand would be very rich. They say “Since its release, over 70,000 people have downloaded the report” —http://www.antichrist-identity.com/
Let’s do the math. 70,000 * $24.99 = $1,749,300 alone on just this one report. 1 million seven hundred thousand DOLLARS on just one article.
Yes, they do give away free reports on Global Weekly Watch, this is to get you to sign up onto their mailing list that they can later bombard you with their deceitful marketing in order to get you to pay for their bigger more conclusive reports. But hold on, if you want all the free reports you can buy these free reports on CD for a whopping $49.99. http://www.globalreport2010.com/cdforlife.htm
So to everyone out there, please do not waste your money buying information from these people that is generally FREELY available on the internet if you do your own research – because that’s where they got their info from, repackaged it to sell to you. They don’t care about you or what important info they have to share, they care about their pockets. People have stated to me that Rema Marketing does all the hard work collating all the ‘truthful’ information out there so that we don’t have to go searching the internet for it ourselves. Fair enough. The question I ask is this, is the info they provide the truth? Or are they compiling a package for you to watch that leads you in the direction they want you to believe. If you go and do your own research 1) it’s free and 2) you can decide what is the truth, not them. Don’t let Rema Markeitng be the Pied Piper of the decisions you make and conclusions you come too.
What does the bible say about people like this:
Matthew 21:12-13 “And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, 13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.”
Rema Marketing’s advice to parents about their children.
Please read below comment (see here 2015/04/04 at 9:11 am) regarding Rema Marketing’s advice to parents about their children who want to become entertainers in the entertainment industry.
Rema Marketing’s belief in the Nephilim.
Rema Makreting have just released a report and in it they state that in the movie ‘Fallen’ with Denzel Washington:
ENOCH 8:1 “And Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all 2 colouring tinctures. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they 3 were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways. Semjaza taught enchantments, and root-cuttings, Armaros the resolving of enchantments, Baraqijal (taught) astrology, Kokabel the constellations, Ezeqeel the knowledge of the clouds, Araqiel the signs of the earth, Shamsiel the signs of the sun, and Sariel the course of the moon. And as men perished, they cried, and their cry went up to heaven”
The Networks of Power in 2015!
Whilst the Book of Enoch is not treated as inspired scripture under the canon of the Bible it still provides some interesting insights in regards to the nature and role of angels during the days of Noah. [Emphasis added]
According to the Book of Enoch, Azazel was seized by the angel Raphael and imprisoned.
saw much blood being shed upon the earth and all lawlessness being wrought upon the earth […] The souls of men [made] their suit, saying, “Bring our cause before the Most High; […] Thou seest what Azazel hath done, who hath taught all unrighteousness on earth and revealed the eternal secrets which were in heaven, which men were striving to learn…..bind Azazel hand and foot and cast him into the darkness: and make an opening in the desert – which is in Dudael – and cast him therein. And place upon him rough and jagged rocks, and cover him with darkness, and let him abide there forever, and cover his face that he may not see light.” —http://www.antichristfootprints.com/
So while the Book of Enoch is not inspired by God they Rema Marketing insist that it still provides interesting insights into the role of fallen angels coming down to earth and supposedly having sexual relations with women. Interesting. You see the thing is this, you either believe what the book of Enoch has to say as truth or your don’t. And right now Rema Marketing believes what the book of Enoch has to say. If you were to just read the bible alone as God commands you would realise that angels did not come down to earth and marry women who somehow gave birth to ‘giant’ babies called the Nephilim. Please read the following articles for the truth on the Nephilim:
Nancy also states the following:
“The supernatural crime thriller “Fallen” still stands as one of the best movies I have ever seen from a biblical and paranormal perspective. I actually watched the whole movie again a few months ago and it really ranks up there with the likes of Rosemary’s Baby, The Omen and other movies which play on biblical truths.” — Email sent Fri 2015/04/17 05:05 PM, Subject: What Links Denzel Washington to a Fallen Angel?
Really Nancy? A biblical perspective and a play on biblical truths? Please provide us with biblical scripture to support your claims. To say that the movie the Fallen, Rosemary’s Baby and The Omen have a biblical perspective is like saying that the Bible contains occult truths. No Nancy. God abhors evil and you should too. (1 Thessalonians 5:21-22) “21 Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. 22 Abstain from all appearance of evil.”
New Age Teachers and their Aliens and Angels
Rema Marketing claims to be Christian but the info they push out is diabolically false, for instance they released this report: http://www.xphenomenon.com. The guy they used to get the information for the report from is called John Milor. He is the guy with the photo below. He is a New Age occultist who calls himself a Christian.
Rema Marketing says:
One of the areas that has caused great division within the Christian Faith is the understanding of the origin of the earth, the nature of angels and the understanding of the angelic role during these last days. When I talk about the angelic I am referring to both Gods angels and fallen angels.
Christians historically have had a lot of hang ups about these topics because they involve understanding the supernatural, spiritual warfare and specific areas of science and technology. Unfortunately many churches are the descendants of the intellectualism that plagued the church during the middle ages and sought to create the perception that many of these subjects were at worst “myths and legends”, or at best, subjects which needed to be far removed from our psyche.
When talking about the works of darkness Christians feel comfortable relating it to the break down of society and moral values but there is a sense of apprehension when the question comes up about UFOs, Angels, the time before Adam and Eve, the paranormal and how and when did dinosaurs exists. What about people in Church who seem to have the ability to see into the future or have special gifts that they hide for fear of being demonized. What counseling can we provide or what biblical context can we provide to give them a framework for knowing how these gifts should or shouldn’t be used?
The goods news is that this is the reason why we have just released a stunning, provocative but eye opening report called “X-Phenomenon”. Working with one of the worlds leading thinkers and writers on technology, unexplained phenomena and Christianity, this report is for those of you, who like me are simply not afraid to ask questions or understand alternative views about the origins of the earth, the nature of men and angels and how this all fits into understanding the end times.
You may not agree with every single aspect of the conclusions drawn, but the one thing I can promise is that it will be food for thought and a massive arsenal of insight and clarification on questions that you may have always wanted answers on but couldn’t even think of talking to anyone about. [emphasis added] —http://www.xphenomenon.com
About John Milor
John Milnor studies the paranormal and tries to blend this study and belief of the paranormal in with Christianity. He says on his statement of faith.
- I believe that angels, faithful and fallen, are synonymous with aliens. Some are good; some are bad. Since scripture says that Satan is the prince of the power of the air, and the ‘god’ of this world, (little ‘g’), probably the majority of those we encounter on Earth are bad. Not all, but most.
- I believe that the host of heaven (found 18 times in the OT and 1 time in the NT), are synonymous with aliens. Some are good; some are bad. By the way, the host of heaven might not be angels, either, but could be just like us. The term “host” in scripture refers to mortals and immortals alike.
- Given the above two items, obviously aliens that are abducting people and performing torturous experiments on them are fallen angels, or deceived members of the host of heaven. As for good angels, they do things for us all the time, but they’re very discreet; much more so than those who are abducting people.
- I believe that in the near future, first contact (a public arrival) will be a catalyst to start many end times events. This is the last item on the list of things that need to happen before our world looks like it did in the days of Noah, (Genesis 6), as Jesus said it would in Matthew 24:37. —http://jmilor.startlogic.com/missionstatement.html
Christian Truth Movement?
Rema Marketing (a so called ‘Christian’ Truth movement) it appears are not one for testing the spirits (1 John 4:1-6) of the things they research and by testing the spirits the bible means testing it in accordance with the Word of God. Instead they would prefer to ignore the warnings and take the Shemitah concept at face value, or side with the Shemitah concept and recognise that it’s new revelation even though it falls outside of the Word of God. Or worse decide that there is a fine balancing act where people should be able to appreciate false teaching because they refuse to go to the Word of God and test to see if what they are believing is actually true.
Rema Marketing says that Tom McMahon from the Berean Call indites the following people which Rema Marketing appear to agree with: Jim Bakker, Sid Roth, John Hagee, Pat Robertson of the 700 Club , and Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily
Jonathan Cahn who Rema Marketing sides with states that The Berean Call have attacked the following unfairly as they are godly ministers: Billy Graham, Chuck Smith, Dr. (James) Dobson
Let’s look at all these ministries that Rema Marketing agrees with:
- James Orsen “Jim” Bakker is an American televangelist, a former Assemblies of God minister and a former host (with his then-wife Tammy Faye Bakker) of The PTL Club, a popular evangelical Christian television program. A sex scandal led to his resignation from the ministry. Subsequent revelations of accounting fraud brought about his imprisonment and divorce. He later remarried and returned to televangelism. —http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Bakker
- Sid Roth – Investigative reporter Sid Roth verifies the supernatural. Sid Roth hosts practically every false teacher he can get his hands on to appear on his show, called It’s Supernatural. He hosted a false teacher by the name of Retha McPherson (just one of the thousands he has hosted on his ungodly show) See this article on Sid Roth here: Soaking – A Once Lost Art…
- John Hagee is an American founder and senior pastor of the Word of Faith movement.
- Pat Robertson of the 700 Club – Word of Faith false teacher.
- Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily – Right wing Christianity part of the New Apostolic Reformation.
- Billy Graham – A minister raised up by the Vatican II’s Evanelisation Program to preach to the masses. Billy Graham denies Jesus is the only way to the Father
- Chuck Smith – See article: Chuck Smith founder of Calvary Chapel dies at age 86 and Chuck Smith’s Calvary Chapel and Jerry Boykin’s Knights of Malta, Vatican connection
- Dr. (James) Dobson – Combined Word of God with Psychology.
Should we stay away from Rema Marketing because they agree with the above false teachers and preach false teaching? I think so.
Rema Marketing and the Truth
In an email sent out on the: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 12:31 AM with the subject: “The Matrix of Deception – Now Available”, advertising the following report: http://www.matrixofdeception.com. Rema Makreting stated that they have the truth regarding the end times and coming New World Order.
“However the most powerful weapon any human can posses does not come in the form of firepower. It comes in the form of knowledge. In this case, it is the correct and true knowledge of the New World Order. Understanding the right history and development of the New World Order is the most secure protection against the “half truths” and false dogmas now being propelled by those believing they are warning and revealing the truth on the one world government agenda….”
“In an age where the truth movement and various disclosure groups are now actively producing significant videos and documentaries on the new world order there is a growing realization that the mixture of truth with heresy is a potent form of deception which has even caught mainstream Christianity unaware.” (Emphasis added)
Firstly, we are to grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ, our knowledge is to be found in the Word of God and the Holy Spirit who leads us into all truth.
2 Peter 3:18 “But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen.”
Secondly, understanding the history and development of the New World Order is not the most secure protection you can have. Jesus Christ is your protection.
John 10:28-30 “28 And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. 29 My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. 30I and my Father are one.”
Heresy is a very strong word to use. It almost makes the reader believe that if they do not have a correct view or correct knowledge on how the New World Order is operating they are at serious spiritual risk. It is not heresy to have an incorrect understanding of the how the coming/already here New World Order is operating. It is heresy however to espouse biblical false teaching like Rema Marketing does. This is just another marketing ploy to make the reader believe that Rema Marketing have the truth and everyone else has it wrong – so buy their reports.
As Christians, there is nothing wrong with watching the ‘signs of the times’ (Matthew 24:3-28) but don’t get swept away by the endless videos and reports on what’s coming or supposedly coming. Your hope is in Jesus Christ alone (not on what’s going to happen in this world). We are to focus solely on Jesus Christ and we must die to ourselves daily (Romans 6:4-8; Galatians 2:20) as we actively purse obedience to God in the process of sanctification (Philippians 2:12-13). As the world gets worse, and the end gets nearer you must “….stand up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.” (Luke 21:28)