Dr Kameel Majdali, the founder of Teach all Nations (TAN) ministry, is an ordained minister of the Australian Christian Churches and has a PhD from the University of Melbourne. He served as the Principal of Harvest Bible College for 13 years, training and equipping people for full-time ministry. Kameel is a highly respected authority in biblical theology. He currently resides in the UK and travels all over the world preaching God’s Word. Kameel is in Australia for his Annual Understanding the Times national tour that will be presented from 9 September to 24 October 2022. He joined Neil Johnson, host of 20Twenty for a special live streamed event hosted at Vision’s studios.
This article covers the special Q & A segment where listeners were able to have their questions answered by Kameel.
Phil asked: Will the World Economic Forum impose global totalitarian rulership?
Kameel: The World Economic Forum has been around for 50 years, and they have a convocation annually at the Swiss village of Davos. Some key things are they want stakeholder capitalism, which sounds pretty interesting, but it’s not what you think. They have ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance), and that is one we really need to watch. This is where they will assign social credits, positive and negative, depending on one’s compliance to these three areas of life. They have been famous for saying that by 2030, or some point in the not-too-distant future, you will own nothing and never be happier. They never use the word socialism, communism or Marxism because apparently, it still has a negative connotation in the Western world, even though it’s been infiltrated by cultural Marxists. I don’t think at this point they control the world. I think if the opportunity came their way, they would. But at the same time, we need to listen to what they’re saying, and we need to respond accordingly. Some of them are extremely well-meaning. They’re billionaires who want to do something with their billions. So, why not help make the world a better place? That’s probably how they see it, at least in some cases. But we need to watch and pray.
Mark asked: How do you view 2 Thessalonians 2 about the coming of lawlessness?
Kameel: One of the major signs in Matthew 24, prior to the return of Jesus, is that because iniquity abounds, the love of many shall wax cold. Iniquity is another name for lawlessness, and in 2 Thessalonians 2, the Antichrist figure is the lawless one, or, shall we say, a law unto himself. Therefore, we need to see that there is a spirit of lawlessness in the world today, not just centred on one person.
In America, the crime rate is skyrocketing because of governance issues. They govern by a worldview that basically sees people as good. It’s based on the critical race theory, which is cultural Marxism. Therefore, if people who are non-white commit a crime, it’s really not their fault because they’re basically good, and they’ve been oppressed. Therefore you can’t really blame them for doing what they do, even if it’s criminal behaviour. There’s no bail, or low bail, or people are released early from prison and re-offend. In California, if you steal less than $1,000, it’s only a misdemeanour. Mind you, that’s $1,000 per shop or per business. This is madness, but that is pretty much part of the spirit of lawlessness that the Bible speaks about.
Kay asked: Now that the queen has passed and her image is on all our currency, what do you think the next steps will be in the hastening of a digital currency?
Kameel: I’m not sure that overnight we’re going to turn to digital currency and be totally cashless. I know we’re heading that way. It’s funny that even now, many of us don’t use cash. I think, at this point, there will still be coins and notes. I just read, at least from the British point of view, it’s going to take a couple of years before they put the new king’s image on them. That’s something to watch in terms of currency finances and whether we go fully digital in the not-too-distant future.
Neil commented that there will undoubtedly be governments that will create their own cryptocurrencies.
Aden asked: Is China a threat due to their ageing population and past one-child policy?
Kameel: I don’t think it’s the ageing population that is creating a threat. The limited child policy in China is a problem for China because it’s created a serious gender imbalance where there are far more men than women to marry them off to. That is a problem, but that is not part of the rivalry. China is very motivated, highly intelligent, and can be very disciplined. They’re ambitious and want to be the next global superpower. I can’t completely say what they want. I’m not sure they know themselves. I would say that they need to be watched. We should engage with them, but when they break the rules in terms of commerce or trade and so on, they need to be confronted like anybody else would.
Dr Kameel Majdali is currently touring Australia, presenting his Understanding the Times tour. Click the link to check Kameel’s tour dates and locations or view the live-streamed recording hosted at Vision’s studios.
Kameel’s newly released books:
The Prophet from Babylon: Understanding the Book of Daniel
The Book of Daniel is the foundation stone of all end-time prophecy. It is the prophetic counterpart to the book of Revelation.
‘And in the days of these kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people; it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever.’ Daniel 2:44 (NKJV)
The Secret Place: Understanding Psalm 91. This 16-verse Psalm is so powerful and relevant, especially in these change-filled, crisis-riddled, chaos-laden times in which we live. When people are looking for a place of true safety, peace, protection from plagues and the snare of the fouler, don’t look any further than Psalm 91. It is a very practical and encouraging book, so people find repose in the secret place.
The Power of Faith: Understanding the Books of Ruth and Esther. It’s about how two ordinary women facing adversity and danger became history makers. And the reason is the power of their faith.
To listen to Kameel’s full interview, click the link below. Part 3 of the viewer’s questions begins at 56.37 minutes into the full interview.