Robert Mueller Called for One World Government, Religion-
Robert Mueller Called for One World Government, Religion-Fiction!
Summary of eRumor:
Robert Mueller advocated for a one-world government and one-world religion under one-world leader before he was appointed special counsel to investigate possible collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia.
Robert Mueller didn't advocate for a one-world government — a statement from a man with a similar name has been misattributed to Mueller.
Robert Mueller's supposed quote, "We most move as quickly as possible to a one-world government; a one-world religion; under one world leader," surfaced almost immediately after he was appointed special counsel in May 2017 to investigate potential collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia.
However, the false claim that Robert Mueller called for a one-world government actually dates back to the 2013 book "The End of Time and the Beginning of Eternity" by biblical researcher and author C.G. Deveaux. In a chapter that highlights examples of so-called "globalist" world leaders, Deveaux incorrectly attributes a quote from former United Nations assistant attorney general Robert Muller to Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller:
[caption id="attachment_104875" align="aligncenter" width="454"] A 2013 book first misquoted Robert Mueller as advocating for a one-world government and one-world religion.[/caption]
Robert Mueller, who served as FBI director under both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, has never been affiliated with the United Nations, and Mueller never advocated for a one-world government.
That man was Robert Muller, who spent 40 years at the United Nations and founded what's become known as the "World Core Curriculum for Global Education" before his retirement. Muller's quote about one-world governance is often attributed to the 1995 book "The World's Last Dictator" by Dwight Kinman.
Confusion between Robert Mueller and Robert Muller in "The End of Time and the Beginning of Eternity" was likely a mistake. It's not clear whether the claim that that Robert Mueller made the statement in 2017 was another mistake or an intentional effort to mislead people to erode trust in Mueller. Either way, these claims are "fiction" since Robert Muller's quote about one-world governance has been misattributed to Robert Mueller..