Sunday, September 16, 2018

i've pasted perhaps a third of the article here which can show what the 'new world order' is and why its succeeding at our expense;

The outlook for humanity is not good. Crises that should by now, not even exist in the 21st Century, they now affect every man, woman, and child on the planet. Still, reality never really sinks in for the people of the world. Hollywood and the PR gamers obscure the same evils humankind has endured for countless centuries. Meanwhile, the real villains escape the justice they so richly deserve. We are caught in a vise behind mostly invisible prison bars, caught in individual cells fashioned by our own inaction. Here’s a window inside this cell you’ve locked yourself into, a view of inestimable treachery and evil.
The Deadly World Order
Whatever else you may believe, you are imprisoned by your own human nature. In order that you understand, you must look at the ideas of the note English philosopher Thomas Hobbes for the first clues to today’s craziness. You see, for Hobbes and others, the terms “good” and “evil” were just synonyms for what humanity “desires” and for what we the people “hate” as individuals and as a collective. It was because of a human tendency that Hobbes believed that the individual should not be allowed to decide for themselves what is good and what evil. Therefore, collective disaster could only be averted by “delegating” to “higher” authority the task of deciding what’s best. Unfortunately for Hobbes and all his political theory kin, relinquishing such authority to other humans has led to calamity anyhow.
For most people, it matters little whether (or not) some “world order” runs their lives or not. The so-called “New World Order” used to be mentioned in wild stories about the famed Illuminati on the same pages that contained alleged pictures of Bigfoot or some bug-eyed alien. As I write this report, I am reminded of how Hollywood has immunized us all against Aliens, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and made the Wolf of Wallstreet a kind of dark hero. Now we’re confronted with a new truth. Conspiracies are as real and as commonplace as today’s news headlines. WikiLeaks reveals how a presidential candidate rigged a primary election. A U.S. soldier drops a dime on inhuman crimes committed in the name of freedom and democracy. A young geek working for the NSA spills the beans on massive breaches of Americans’ rights to privacy. A German carmaker tweaks an auto line’s onboard computers to lie to consumers and governments. And trillions of dollars just evaporate with no accounting! But the Illuminati running the show is a crazy conspiracy theory?
British writer and futurist H. G. Wells redefined the term “new world order” for us by describing the establishment of a technocratic world state and a planned economy that would transform society into a kind of peaceful utopia. Wells’ foresight was at one end of the spectrum, while evangelist Pat Robertson in his 1991 best-selling book The New World Order envisaged this new order as a vestige of the coming antichrist. To be sure two extremes exist on either side of whatever mechanics control our systems today, but the fact that former UK PM Gordon Brown and the notorious Dr. Henry Kissinger used the “new world order” terminology to brand a reformed global financial system bears noting here. These two killers called for a new Bretton Woods that would certainly do in individual and national freedoms in. Browne’s role for the new order was to assist in destroying economies before and during the Great Recession. As for Kissinger, his role has always been to be a poster boy for supposedly brilliant ideas. But in the same way, the first Bretton Woods agreement spawned the bloodsucking IMF, a new system designed by these people would certainly finish off emerging economies. This aspect of the NWO is a topic for another report; I mention the IMF here only because it is fundamental to understanding how the current situation is a calamity. A final point here should be about accountability, for clearly the financial miseries of the world are not owing to the average citizen’s fiscal expertise. Using the IMF’s own narrative to frame those responsible, I quote from FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT, September 2017, Vol. 54, No. 3 with regard to the 1973 oil crisis and Kissinger’s role then:

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