New World Order
New World Order (NWO) is the concept of a plan being implemented by the Illuminati who are conspiring to rule the world through a single hierarchical, centrally controlled one world government. The New World Order or Novus Ordo Seclorum “New Order of the Ages” even appears on the US dollar bill.
The new world order concept offers many benefits to the global plans of the elite ruling class. Centralizing the power in the world through a centuries old plan allows the elite class to expand their rule and reign with omniscient, iron grip control. They see a centralized, one world government with nations and regions divided, conquered and departmentalized according to the wishes of a relatively tiny group of conspirators.
The term “new world order” was first hinted at publicly when US president Woodrow Wilson was promoting the United States’ involvement with the formation of the League Of Nations, just after World War I.
The global economic and political climate at the time called for more integration and cooperation between nations. The “war to end all wars”, the first world war had been justified by many nations including the United States as a means to “make the world safe for democracy”. A global move toward consolidation of power was under way.
This concept had a hint of socialism in it as it transcended the traditional super-power country type politics. Wilson promoted this new world order under the argument for collective security and democracy. Wilson’s efforts were largely halted when the United States senate rejected US membership in the League of Nations.
The new world order has been planned for centuries by the Illuminati. There has been some major advancements in their plan during the 20th century and the 21st century. World War I, World War II and the Cold War were prime opportunities for the Illuminati to orchestrate plans and implement strategies that bring the world closer to the centralized control of a one world governance.
Through these pivotal times in history, the controlling elite class seized these opportunities by creating international governing bodies such as the United Nations, NATO, and later NAFTA and APEC. Also, more and more international policies were being implemented such as the Bretton Woods system and agreements on tariffs and trade. This allowed for more interaction between nations and fostered cooperation…
In the decades since, the new world order concept has been polished and promoted more and more publicly. And ever more cooperation between nations has been encouraged. In Skull and Bones alumni president George H. W. Bush’s 1990 speech, “Toward a New World Order”, he described his administration’s objectives for the post Cold War global governance in cooperation with post Soviet States:
“Until now, the world we’ve known has been a world divided – a world of barbed wire and concrete block, conflict and cold war. Now, we can see a new world coming into view. A world in which there is the very real prospect of a new world order. In the words of Winston Churchill, a “world order” in which “the principles of justice and fair play … protect the weak against the strong …” A world where the United Nations, freed from cold war stalemate, is poised to fulfill the historic vision of its founders. A world in which freedom and respect for human rights find a home among all nations.”
NWO is being promoted heavily. We see presidents, prime ministers and other leaders of countries all partaking in subordinating the needs of their countrymen to the needs of this concept of a global economy and a new world order. Forced redistribution of wealth is more apparent than ever. And the production of local values is being sacrificed to this arbitrary concept of some “greater good” that places individuals behind the cause.
A good example showing this trend is a quote from Gordon Brown, prime minister of the United Kingdom: “As some want, we could close our markets—for capital, financial services, trade and for labor—and therefore reduce the risks of globalization…But that would reduce global growth, deny us the benefits of global trade and confine millions to global poverty.
Or we could view the threats and challenges we face today as the difficult birth-pangs of a new global order—and our task now as nothing less than making the transition through a new internationalism to the benefits of an expanding global society—not muddling through as pessimists but making the necessary adjustment to a better future and setting the new rules for this new world order”.
Since Adam Weishaupt’s first conception of the new world order there has been massive implementation of the plans. Major global political changes, incited wars, stock market crashes and other orchestrated efforts have moved the world closer to a major change.
The NWO plans of the Illuminati have cost countless lives and caused many struggles. Some people think that human life can be sacrificed for some arbitrary greater good. Others understand that the well being of individual human life is the most important “greater good” of all.