The battle between individual freedom and those that seek to control us all remains the core underlying tension in the world today as it has for many years, to underestimate this is to do so at the peril of your liberty. It is the battle between the centripetal forces of statist, corporatist control and the centrifugal forces of individualism, freedom and property rights–all independent of the false authority of the State.
On September 11, 1990, President George Bush delivered a speech to Congress. He made these observations:
A new partnership of nations has begun. We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment. The crisis in the Persian Gulf, as grave as it is, also offers a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective — a new world order — can emerge: a new era, freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit of .justice, and more secure in the quest for peace. An era in which the nations of the world, east and west, north and south, can prosper and live in harmony.
A hundred generations have searched for this elusive path to peace, while a thousand wars raged across the span of human endeavor. Today that new world is struggling to be born. A world quite different from the one we’ve known. A world in which the rule of law supplants the rule of the jungle.
Herbert George Wells — socialist, novelist, and sexual libertine- The visionary’s price of universal wealth for all is the surrender of national sovereignty to a new world political order.
The realization of this conceivable better order involves certain necessary achievements. It is impossible for any clear-headed person to suppose that the ever more destructive stupidities of war can be eliminated from human affairs until some common political control dominates the earth, and unless certain pressures due to the growth of population, due to the enlarging scope of human operations or due to conflicting standards and traditions of life, are disposed of. To avoid the positive evils of war and to attain the new levels of prosperity and power that now come into view, an effective world control, not merely of armed force but of the production and main movements of staple commodities and the drift and expansion of population, is required.
It is absurd to dream of peace and world-wide progress without that much control. These things assured, the abilities and energies of a greatly increased proportion of human beings could be diverted to the happy activities of scientific research and creative work with an ever-increasing release and enlargement of human possibility. Such a forward stride in human life, the first stride in a mighty continuing advance, an advance to which no limit appears, is now materially possible. The opportunity is offered to mankind. But there is no certainty, no material necessity, that it should ever be taken. It will not be taken by mankind inadvertently. It can only be taken through such an organisation of will and energy to take it as this world has never seen before.
In other words, the creation of this new world order must be planned. It must be planned by a conspiracy. He called it the open conspiracy in 1928. A dozen years later, he was still calling for world socialism in the post-war world. In his book, The New World Order, he proclaimed: “Can one doubt that the ‘scientific world’ will break out in this way when the revolution is achieved, and that the development of man’s power over nature and over his own nature and over this still unexplored planet, will undergo a continual acceleration as the years pass? No man can guess beforehand what doors will open then nor upon what wonderlands.”
So, while half of the world was fighting for socialism and the right to worship the state, the other half was fighting for capitalism and the right to worship money. One system wanted to conquer the world through revolution, and the other through economic coercion. Either way it was still idolatry and a quest for power.
Historically, after the adoption of socialism, leaders and members of the state are required to embrace, without question, the new governmental ideology in its totality; thus creating a totalitarian ideology, giving us the word: totalitarianism.
“The strong do what they will, and the weak endure what they must.” – Thucydides 411 BC
September 16th, Obama’s Science Czar, John P. Holdren, openly said that it is the goal of the Obama administration to use environmentalism and globalization to “De-construct America.”
==Totalitarianism: How the Socialist Faith is Destroying America (Ray Peach)
Henry Kissinger said NAFTA “will represent the most creative step toward a new world order taken by any group of countries since the end of the Cold War.”
Total convergence is ultimately planned: if fulfilled, our borders with Mexico and Canada would be eliminated, all citizens issued a North American ID card, and the dollar replaced by a continental currency (the “Amero”) – in short, we would copy the European Union.
==Truth Is a Lonely Warrior: Unmasking the Forces behind Global Destruction (James Perloff)
Instead of a president determined to use American hegemony to rid the world of evil, in Barack Obama America has a president determined to rid the world of hegemony. As Barack Obama told the United Nations in September 2009, “No one nation can or should try to dominate another nation. No world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will succeed.”
===How Civilizations Die: (And Why Islam Is Dying Too) (David Goldman)
Although the faith itself is much older, the modern concept of socialism begins with the English industrialist Robert Owen (1771 – 1858). Owen believed that socialism would be a “new” religion founded on the “immutable laws of the universe,” and would ultimately “replace all other religions founded on testimony.”
Instead of a Church, socialism would worship in the “Halls of Science,” its clergy would be journalists and teachers,
Owen claimed that socialism would become the New Moral Order, what we today call the New World Order, consisting of a worldwide socialist dictatorship.
In socialism, only the state can properly train a child on how to give pleasure or to accept edicts from the state on when to eat and when to die.
==Totalitarianism: How the Socialist Faith is Destroying America (Ray Peach)
This could be one of the most important events of our era–though most think of it as a blip on the radar of a world in chaos. For the battle between those seeking to create a true one world order must not allow the devolution of centralized authority and a return to national, historical and emotionally driven states defined by geography and culture. This would be anathema to the machinations of the power elites that seek to destroy all national boundaries and impose a universal state and global socialist tyranny.
Scotland, I pray will vote to become independent. The American states should be considering doing so as well, before we find ourselves under the rule of the confederation of American States, starting with Canada, America and Mexico. But, I truly doubt that the system will allow this to occur.
Scottish voters finally have the opportunity to fulfill William Wallace’s dream of a Scotland that is free and independent of England forever. All they have to do is vote yes next week. Without a doubt, a divorce from the British would be quite messy, and life would probably be more comfortable in the short-term if Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom. But hopefully the people of Scotland are looking beyond short-term concerns. Today, the United Kingdom is a horribly repressive Big Brother police state that is dominated by bureaucratic control freaks. You can hardly even sneeze without violating some kind of law, rule or regulation. And the London banking establishment is at the very heart of the debt-based global financial system which is enslaving so much of the planet. Scotland finally has a chance to get free from all of this. All it is going to take is a yes vote on Scottish independence.
It looks like it is going to be an incredibly close vote. Recent polls show that the result could go either way. Needless to say, this is causing the British establishment to freak out quite a bit.
Britain needs greater unity not a messy break-up – FT.com ( Soros–One World Order)
With threats to shared values from many fronts, this is not the time to consider isolation, writes George Soros
This is the worst possible time for Britain to consider leaving the EU – or for Scotland to break with Britain.
The EU is an unfinished project of European states that have sacrificed part of their sovereignty to form an ever-closer union based on shared values and ideals. Those shared values are under attack on multiple fronts. Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine is perhaps the most immediate example but it is by no means the only one. Resurgent nationalism and illiberal democracy are on the rise within Europe, at its borders and around the globe.
Since world war two the European powers, along with the US, have been the main supporters of the prevailing international order. Yet, in recent years, overwhelmed by the euro crisis, Europe has turned inward, diminishing its ability to play a forceful role in international affairs.
Global Citizenship is the goal of the United Nations and those who seek to impose their will through the tyranny of “one world order”
If a Silicon Valley existed for the culture of peace, it would most likely look to global citizenship as the next big industry shake-up.
“Global citizenship, or oneness of humanity [is] the essential element of the culture of peace,” Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury, former under-secretary general and high representative of the U.N., told IPS on the sidelines of the General Assembly’s High-Level Forum on the Culture of Peace Tuesday.
“We need to think about the culture of peace as a start-up operation.” — Kathleen Kuehnast
The day-long forum included panel discussions on global citizenship and the contributions of women and youth to a nonviolent world community.
Ambassador Chowdhury took the lead in putting the culture of peace on the U.N. agenda in the late 1990s. The culture of peace concept was evolving in the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), but Chowdhury felt that it deserved to be discussed at an even higher level.
The U.N. needed “to shift gear” away from peacekeeping operations “to focus on individual and community transformation,” Chowdhury told IPS.
Long, but truly exceptional—must watch…