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Introduction to the New World Order

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This is a introduction to what I’ve learned in my journey to discover truth over

the past 12 years, and that I am still undertaking. It might seem arrogant or
funny to stand here and say I was looking for “the truth” and I found it. I really
didn’t know what I was looking for when I took my first step but I knew that
there must be something more than what I was taught by my parents and
what I learned of the world in school. As I grew older I had many friends who
lived such different lives. Even the ones who claimed to be of the same faith,
creed, or affiliation; had different ways of doing things, for better or for worse.
All of us here tonight also come from different backgrounds and have different
understandings, I do not expect you to agree with what I say. You have your
own experiences that have meaning to you. But I do hope you listen; Think
about it, and look into it on your own. If you just take me at my word for it,
then you aren’t looking for truth. You are just looking for an answer, any
answer will do.
Why is it that so many people come to such different conclusions?
In an old parable from India,3 blind men were ask to touch an elephant without
knowledge of what the animal was. The first blind man grabbed the tail and
declared it to be rope. The second blind man felt the feet and claimed them to
be mighty pillars. The third man felt the trunk and declared it to be a snake.
Each man had his own perspective. Each man was correct based on his own
abilities and limited perception. Each of the elements of an elephant. The
Rope, Pillars, and Snake all make up symbolic representations of the actual
If they would have had more time to converse or someone who had the gift of
sight could describe how these aspects are related. Then the blind men would
have understood why they had come to such different conclusions. That is
why it is said “In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king”

and even students today are referred to as “pupils” because their eyes are the
windows to their perception.

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In the Norse and Egyptian mythologies both Oden and Ra sacrificed an eye to
obtain wisdom. Real Wisdom comes with great sacrifices. These sacrifices
scare a lot of people. Because it means taking on responsibility to yourself.
This was the inner light that compelled men to seek for understanding. Be
true to thine self. Those that allowed themselves to be lead by others were
called the dead: meaning those who were in the dark because they did not
think for themselves. The blind leading the blind.
This is the allegory of Plato’s cave. Men who were raised in the back of a
cave in the darkness, restrained and unable to move. The only light that
reached their eyes was a fire behind them that would cast various shadows on
the wall. They would see these shadows and created elaborate stories as to
there origins. The shadows were just as real to them as the objects that
created them. but one man was able to break free and climb out toward the
mouth of the cave. He had sacrificed his familiar and safe surroundings. At
first the light he turn towards burned his eyes and he was afraid to move. He
was then seized and drug from the cave. It was painful and he scorned the
ones who violently moved him from his place. Because he had spent his
entire life in darkness he was only able to look and move in the shadows.
Then as his eyes became stronger he was able to look toward the reflections
and then finally on the world itself and what had really been casting the
shadows in his world. When he tried to return to his fellow men and explain
what he had seen. They became frightened and angry like he had once been.
They declared that he had gone mad. In complete desperation he tried to drag
one of them to the surface. Overcome with fear they killed him rather than
face the unknown.
This man who had dared to escape his own darkness looked toward the light
of the sun for truth the natural light. What can we say about what we perceive
today when light can be manufactured at the click of a button.

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The ancient Greeks knew that through tricks of light ones perception can be
drastically changed.

In this painting by Hans Holbein (1533AD) of the The Ambassadors.

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We see the artist is asking the question “from who’s perspective are we
viewing this?” If we take the painting and view it from another angle we see
things in a NEW LIGHT.

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These techniques of perception were kept amongst the ancient builders of
society. Most people when they look at a building just see the outside or the
facade. It is the builder that looks beyond

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what is placed in front of him. He see’s the foundation and finds order in the
paths of pipe, wire, and wood. And of all the ancient builders the most renown
were those of great Egyptian Empire who embodied their ideal society with a
large symbol made of eternal stone, by building the perfected mountain, a

“Order out of Chaos”

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This message is reflected on the back of the dollar bill where the great
pyramid is pictured wrapped in the Latin “Aunnuit Ceaptis”"Novus Ordo
Seclorum” Look with favor on our bold enterprise. The new order of the ages.”It
is the idea of a utopia a perfect society, but as history has shown us in such
utopias: All our equal, but some are more equal than others.

Franklin D Roosevelt said: They Who seek to establish systems of

government based on the regimentation of all human beings by a handful of
individual rulers. Call this a New Order. It is not new and it is not order.
With every crisis it does seem to be collapsing into disorder. “Change” is the
art of the dialectic. You create the problem, You get a reaction, You control
the result.
“We make war so that we may have peace.” said, Aristotle.
So.. War is to create change:
In 1998 William Clinton said in his state of the union address. “Rarely have
Americans lived through so much change, in so many ways, in so short a
time. Quietly, but with gathering force, the ground has shifted beneath our feet
as we have moved into an Information Age, a global economy, a truly new
Today everything is under attack. To build or create a new. you must tear down
the old.

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In order to create a new foundation you must first breakdown the old and mix
up the new. As you pour the agitated concrete, you give it a shape, you pour it
into it’s mold, you inform it. This is the true war, and it is a war for your mind.
Today we have drug wars, obesity wars, environmental wars, crisis upon

You have to scare the herd to get them moving. Everyone must work towards
change; either by temptation

or by force,

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By “HOOK or by CROOK” goes the old saying. This is how societies are
guided; on one hand you have all the power and riches of the world to tempt
you. On the other, There is “The ROD” aka “THE LAW”,

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to gently guide you in the right direction. “Yea, though I walk through the
valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod
and thy staff they comfort me.” Being alive means that you think for yourself.

If you stand against law; right or wrong, You become a convict, for having your
own CONVICTions. If you stand against the ways of the world you have
chosen to walk the strait and narrow path. You’ve chosen to turn away from
the glitz and glamor of “The Broadway.”

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When I finally woke up I took a look around. I saw city halls, courthouses,
houses of parliament, churches, schools, and universities by the hundreds
and thousands. I saw systems, systems for managing the land, the air, and
the water; systems for managing human behavior; systems for managing
religion; systems for managing learning; systems for managing food, shelter,
clothing; systems for managing love and procreation; a vast complex of
carefully engineered systems. I saw millions of people working, not for
themselves, but for someone else. I saw millions of people doing, not what
they themselves want to do, but what someone else wants them to do. I saw
the depressing evidence of a people who have externalized and
institutionalized–in fact, have tried to standardize—the very nature of
humanity. I saw a whole people who’ve lost the way of life and in its place
have built a technological monster which does most of their hard work, carries
their water, delivers their food, raises their kids, makes their decisions, says
their prayers, transports them, “informs” them, entertains them, and controls
the people it serves, absolutely. I also say that the monster, seemingly unable
to manage itself, was running wild, totally out of visible control, ripping the
land to pieces, spreading poisons, filling the air with filth, dumping garbage
and shit in the rivers and lakes and oceans. I saw all that, and I saw the
people, millions of them, crowded together in cities, living side by side in
towns, villages, rural areas, But I didn’t see a single community. Is someone
doing all this on purpose? Yes! ~Willfred Pelletier and Ted Poole
We are taught that these systems maintain our liberty.

You see; Liberty comes from Libra,

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it is the scales by which all things are measured.

Liberty wasn’t freedom to do as you wish. Liberty was to be given out in

allowance. You have to get a permit so you can do just about anything today.
Thank you daddy for your permision! The ancient symbol of this control is
called the “labyrs”

a double headed axe also known as the fasces.

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It is a bundle of sticks tied around an axe representing strength in numbers.
One can easily break a single axe handle. But a handle wrapped in sticks is
harder to break in one blow. The fasci is at least 4,000 years old. A symbol
passed down through the ages signifying the strength of the system and
unbroken power.
US Court House

National Emblem of France

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US Senate

Inside Washington Monument

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Lincoln Memorial

Madrid Spain

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This was the trick of Darwin’s origin of the species, to make you think that we
just evolved this way by random chance to arrive at the great civilizations we
have today. Yet there are signs of mans immense planing all around us. Not
just anyone is allow to contribute. We need thousands of experts to plan our
lives. Darwin called these experts “favored races.” This was the rational that
the strong must rule over the weak.

They are the natural selection after all. Plato makes this clear thousands of
year before Darwin. He states: “Our ideal society is like a beehive. Above the
workers we have drones.”

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We are given this reality from birth guided by thousands of faceless experts
and institutions. We are taught in schools to beehive(behave), to repeat after

We are taught to parrot our teachers and then as adults to parrot the media
who sells us a culture. If someone offered you a free sandwich on the street
chances are you wouldn’t take it, but you have no problem buying food from
the stranger behind the counter at McDonald’s.

If you can sell it to the public, they accept it without question. The media are
the middle men who control the flow of information from the state to the

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Thomas Jefferson said: “I know of no safe depository of the ultimate powers of
society but the people themselves, and if we think them not “enlightened”
enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is
not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education.”
In other words “Give the power to the people but guide it’s direction through
manipulation.”This is what is known as the noble lie. You can’t tell the
unenlightened, the ones in the dark, what your doing, they just wouldn’t
understand. They aren’t educated enough.

Hitler said in his attempt to establish a world order: “The size of the lie is a
definite factor in causing it to be believed, for the vast masses of a nation are
in the depths of their hearts more easily deceived than they are consciously
and intentionally bad. The primitive simplicity of their minds renders them a
more easy prey to a big lie than a small one, for they themselves often tell
little lies, but would be ashamed to tell big lies.”
This is the mind of a psychopath.

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All of my means are rational, only my ends are insane; exclaimed the mad
“Captain Ahab” his mind seized with vengeance.
The ugly truth of these fascist socialist utopias was exposed in the Soviet
Union, Germany, Italy, and later China. This was only one side of the agenda.
A far more insidious plan was waiting with open arms to greet the war weary
public. A plan for world peace was declared and the United Nations was born.

This was planning on an global scale. It was the Fabian Socialist of England
who laid the ground work many years before the historical meeting of the UN.
The Fabians favored change through incramentalism. Their stained glass
windows depicting men hammering the world into shape on an anvil.
Perfecting it?

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H.G. wells was a prominent member and wrote many non-fiction works
including his book “The New World Order.”

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Where do you think Hitler got his ideas?

Wells states: “… when the struggle seems to be drifting definitely towards a

world social democracy, there may still be very great delays and
disappointments before it becomes an efficient and beneficent world system.
Countless people … will hate the new world order … and will die protesting
against it.

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In 1902 a man by the name of Cecil Rhodes died and left his massive fortune
for the purpose of re-educating the people of the world and bring them back
under one empire. This is where the Rhodes scholarship comes from. To
select those who would lead us to this new world.

The task of setting up these institutions was left to a Lord Alfred Millner who
set up “The Royal Institute of International Affairs” in England in 1920, also

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known as Chatham House. They are a non-governmental body of “experts”
who meet to discuss world affairs. A year later in 1921 “The Council on
Foreign Relations” was established in America. They couldn’t call the
American branch “The Royal Institute” that wouldn’t sit to well with us

This complex history is detailed in Georgetown University Professor Carroll

Quigley’s book Tragedy and Hope. In which he was the chief historian of the
He sums it up nicely: “The powers of financial capitalism had another far
reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control
in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the
economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a
feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret
agreements, arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex
of the system was the Bank for International Settlements in Basle,
Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the worlds’ central banks
which were themselves private corporations. The growth of financial capitalism
made possible a centralization of world economic control and use of this
power for the direct benefit of financiers and the indirect injury of all other
economic groups.”
These masters of culture are very close now to their big idea. It is now a
global economy and a global economic crisis, crisis to precipitate change.
The Washington Post reports: A Bigger, Bolder Role Is Imagined For the IMF
Changes Suggest Shift in How Global Economy Is Run By Anthony Faiola
Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, April 20, 2009 Inside a cavernous
assembly hall in downtown Washington, dignitaries gather twice a year for
routine meetings of the International Monetary Fund. Before long, though, the
room could take center stage in the IMF’s transformation into a veritable
United Nations for the global economy. Surrounded by blond wood paneling
and a digital screen the size of a cinema’s, central bankers and finance
ministers would meet to convene a financial security council of sorts. Serving
almost as ambassadors to the IMF, they would debate ways to put out the
world’s economic fires and stifle reckless policies before they ignite new

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Bowing to a new economic world order, the IMF would grant fresh powers to
the likes of China, India and Brazil. It would have vastly expanded authority to
act as a global banker to governments rich and poor. And with more flexibility
to effectively print its own money, it would have the ability to inject liquidity
into global markets in a way once limited to major central banks, including the
U.S. Federal Reserve.That image of a radically transformed IMF — whose role
in the global economy had turned largely advisory in recent years — is now
coming together through internal IMF documents, interviews and think-tank
reports. Finance ministers from major nations will begin grappling with the
formidable details of the IMF’s makeover this weekend when they converge in
Washington for the fund’s biannual assembly. The changes, broadly outlined
by President Obama and other leaders of the Group of 20 nations in London
earlier this month, could take months, even years to take shape. But the IMF
is all but certain to take a central role in managing the world economy. As a
result, Washington is poised to become the power center for global financial
policy, much as the United Nations has long made New York the world center
for diplomacy.The IMF’s mission is expanding so broadly that its managing
director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, said in an interview that the organization —
which underwent deep cuts last year before the financial crisis swept the
globe — may boost staffing in coming months, potentially creating dozens of
high-paying jobs in the District.”The IMF is changing, and with it, there will be
a sea change in the way the world economy is run,” said C. Fred Bergsten,
director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics. “Their role will
dramatically shift. You’re talking about monitoring fiscal stimulus, moving
toward tighter regulations for financial institutions. You’re talking about global
economic management in a way we have never seen.”

Already, the economic crisis is triggering a profound cultural shift, with the
IMF moving away from its long-held mission to spread the gospel of
capitalism around the globe.
Really, is it a religion?
Founded at the end of World War II to maintain stability in global currency
markets, it later became known as the lender of last resort for nations in
crisis, particularly as financial fires raced across Asia and Latin America in
the 1990s.
Didn’t they just say: They would “stifle reckless policies before they
ignite new ones.”
Its bailouts, however, were the bane of many poor countries; they often came
with demands for fiscal austerity and free-market reform as the cures for
developing nations — even if that meant nations had to cut back on programs
for health care and schools.The IMF, Strauss-Kahn suggested, will become

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less ideological. Critics maintain the fund is still attaching too many
restrictions to its longer-term bailouts for poor countries. But the IMF has
signed off in recent weeks on no-strings-attached credit lines for countries
with solid economic track records, offering $47 billion to Mexico an $20.5
billion to Poland.
I wonder if they read the fine print? because they continue to say…
“If the fund is considering a country and is technically convinced that
privatization of any enterprise is needed to fix the country today, let’s
privatize. But if it’s a general idea of privatization that has nothing to do with
the problem, let’s forget it,”
These are the professional problem finders. If they want to privitize it
(meaning giving it to their buddies) they will find a way.
Strauss-Kahn said. “At the same time, if nationalization will help, let’s do it.”
Developing nations — including some that were once down-and-out clients of
the fund — are now coming to the IMF’s rescue
Well I wonder why? They do have a lot of back bills to pay to the IMF.
as part of the pledge made by leaders in London to beef up the organization’s
war chest to $1 trillion. In exchange for better representation on the governing
board, China, which has fewer voting rights than Belgium, is set to give more
than $40 billion. Brazil, which received a massive IMF bailout in the late
1990s, is pledging $4.5 billion.
Well, You must pay to play.
There is even talk that the next managing director — traditionally a European,
while an American ran its sister organization, the World Bank — may come
from the developing world. “Why not?” Strauss-Kahn said.For an organization
long demonized by the developing world, such changes were once
unthinkable. “I spent 20 years of my life carrying posters that said ‘IMF out,’ ”
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, a former union leader, said last
week in Rio de Janeiro. “Now the minister of finance says we are going to
lend money to the IMF.” The IMF is also moving toward taking the lead role as
the global economic watchdog. An intense debate, however, remains over the
scope of the edicts it may issue as well as the power it will be granted to
enforce them. Along with the Switzerland-based Financial Stability Board, the
IMF is set to develop benchmarks for financial governance, from guidelines on
executive pay to methods to prevent the spread of toxic assets through global
banks. But no one is talking seriously about allowing the IMF to impose
sanctions to force compliance as the United Nations does. There is even a
strong reluctance to grant the IMF powers such as those held by the World
Trade Organization in Geneva, which issues binding rulings on violations of
global trade law.Instead, the IMF is likely to wield what Strauss-Kahn called
“the strength of truth telling.”
ha ha ha jokes on us.
Put another way, the organization’s public pronouncements would carry the
force of the nations seated at its table, including the world’s most powerful
industrialized and developing economies.
Because they are all in debt to the IMF.
Some critics, however, say that may not be enough. A case in point: An
internal IMF document recently called for Eastern European nations to adopt
the euro as their currency to stabilize their economies, even without the
approval of euro-zone nations. But stiff opposition from Western Europe has
thus far prevented that document from being made public.
Why is that?
Additionally, some smaller European and low-income nations remain skeptical
about the creation of a financial security council, arguing they would not be
well represented. Even within the IMF, there is a debate over the council’s
purview and makeup. Some see the council turning into a venue to hash out
major economic disputes, such as U.S. and European charges that China is
keeping its currency artificially weak.
Could that be happening to us is the U.S.?
Others say it should steer away from country-specific rulings. Another camp
argues the fund should not exist at all. Even Strauss-Kahn has sought to
dispel the notion of too grand a role for the IMF, saying its primary mission
should remain monitoring and surveillance rather than enforcement. “The fund
is supposed to take on a more regulatory role, holding accountable even
wealthy countries,” said Moshin Khan, the IMF’s former Middle East and
Central Asia director. “But I will have to see that happen to believe it.
Whenever I’ve seen them going after the bigger countries, if the countries
don’t like what the fund has to say, the fund doesn’t say it.”
There ya have it. They legally have to tell you what they are doing. If you vote
for it and didn’t understand exactly what they meant, then to bad. If you are
silent? Then you consent to it. A majority of the world leaders either belong to
or have affiliations with the CFR, Trilateral Commission, World Bank, or the

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IMF. They have successfully set up the European Union and are in Fabian
fashion setting up the Asian Union and North American Union. Hence the
name, trilateral commission. Always in the name of closer ties with one
another. How close do you have to get before your in bed together? Power
seeking absolute control is nothing new in history. The technology to achieve
their goals is a new development. The former national security adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski said about this future “technetronic” society:
“Technological developments make it certain that modern society will require
more and more planning. Deliberate management of the American future will
become widespread, with the planner eventually displacing the lawyer as the
key social legislator and manipulator. This will put a greater emphasis on
defining goals and, by the same token, on a more selfconscious
preoccupation with social ends. How to combine social planning with personal
freedom is already emerging as the key dilemma of technetronic America,…”
It is at odds with personal freedoms because this thing called civilization has
always been about planning. In our lives it hard to think about planing more
than just our lifetime. That is why there are great institutions that have existed
for hundreds and thousands of years. They kept the information hidden from
the public. In the entire scope of history it wasn’t till recent the public could
even read. The Vatican has 55 miles of ARC-HIVES in caves under vatican

You have to get permission to even look into these archives and you have to
know the name of the document you are looking for. The Grand French Lodge
of Freemasonry has over 2,000 volumes of Egyptian history that has never
been open, while we the unenlightened public get LIBRAry’s.

The information is given out in allowance. We grasp and feel at the elephant in
the room, always guessing as to what it may be. Those that see and
understand the plan, don’t need to fool each other. They just need to fool you.
World Government is just one agenda going on in the world today. This is an
introduction and my friends and I hope to give you more information about
this, and how to exercise your personal freedoms within the law. We can’t
change our past. But we can change our perceptions about it and thus
change how we proceed into the future.
Thank you for reading…

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May 5, 2010 at 2:16 pm | Reply
Nice post. You’ll have to come out with a conclusion. Keep up the good job!

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