The New World Order is COMMUNIST international "governance". That means policies and laws are set by an unelected, ruling council and their various sub-councils that address specific economic and social areas. The way the system works is that 'expert panels' study issues and write reports. The reports are then translated into UN resolutions that when passed, become the framework for national law. The concepts conveyed in the resolutions are then transmitted to apparatchiks embedded within our legislative bodies and government agencies who then craft legislation to implement the agenda. For example, the World Commission on Environment and Development (Brundtland Commission) produced a report, "Our Common Future" that was used as a basis for UN policy leading to Agenda 21. 5,000 people out of a world population of 6 billion had a say in that report. It seems an apt description to say that communism is the tyranny of the influential minority. President Clinton ordered the implementation of Agenda 21 (Sustainable Development) with Executive Order 12852 in 1993.
It doesn't matter whether democrats or republicans are in the majority in the U.S. government structures. The only difference is the attention (media coverage) given the various issues. For example, the democrats will do a lot of talking about the environment - but they will still pass legislation like the bankruptcy law that favored credit card companies over consumers. That's why voters see no discernable difference between the republicans and democrats in action. Only the rhetoric and the media coverage changes.
Communism is very simply corruption. Communism is not an economic system, it is a political system of the 'collective' which leads to consolidation of wealth into the hands of the few. Collectivism is a system in which small, special interest groups: councils, commissions, boards, organizations, etc. are empowered by the government apparatus to set policy for the majority. Those policies include looting the wealth of the majority "for the good of society (and their bank balances)".
Communism appeals to the baseness in a person's character - greed, avarice, envy, the pathologies and deviances. The reason is pretty simple when you think about it. The ruling elite have to keep the majority fighting with each other so that they never look up to see who the real enemy is - the puppeteers who construct the system to create the dissension. It's a difficult thing for the average person to wrap their minds around the concept that there are people - leaders, respected people in the community who actually, consciously plan to do evil. It's so contrary to simple human decency, dignity and morality.
The ultimate goal for the ruling elite is of course, to control all of the world's resources. Control of resources is control of people. And as the wealth concentrates and the economic shackles become tighter, it is easier to find people who will sell their souls to the devil for money or whatever deviance is their desire. In the United States, the transformation to communism has progressed far enough that we may have reached the tipping point beyond which recovery is impossible. The chasm between the public reality and the real reality is so great that it requires deprogramming to break through the protective barriers of the thought boxes. And most people resist because it rocks their very foundations to think that they are living in Disney World - nothing is real, nothing is as it seems.
At the highest level, the strategies to communist world governance are dependence, vulnerability, weakness, ignorance and intimidation. All UN policies are geared towards those goals. That's not to say there aren't sincere people working on the agenda, but those people are useful idiots. And there are some signs that they are beginning to wake up to the reality that they've been used as stooges. The opposition to the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) is case in point. The Disney World view of the 'security and prosperity' meant people would have the security of a place to live, enough to eat and peaceful neighborhoods in which their children are safe and happy. They have been surprised that the real agenda of the SPP is to implement a police state, surveillance tracking systems, militarized police, erasure of the borders - creating a common perimeter around the continent - with the walls to the prison being the oceans. When you hear people on the left saying that maybe guns in the hands of citizens isn't such a bad idea, you know that reality is beginning to creep in.
"Be extremely subtle,
even to the point of formlessness.
The United Nations passed a resolution in 1974 calling for the developed countries to transfer wealth, knowledge and technology to undeveloped countries. This was masked in the language of humanitarianism but as we see now, the ultimate goal nearly 4 decades later was to cripple the economy and break the backs of the middle class in the developed countries - consolidating wealth into the hands of the few. Unconstitutional power to negotiate "trade agreements" was given to the President in the form of 'Fast Track'. This allowed the administration to effectively sell U.S. assets of business owners and the middle class by proxy - again benefiting the few on the top, impoverishing the American people.
Free Trade means Giving The Wealth of the Nation Away for Free
Since economic strangulation is the primary means of fostering dependence and gaining control, the obvious place to start is with the UN Resolutions and subsequent actions that were designed to cripple and eventually defeat America and the other industrialized nations economically. The resolutions have been implemented via 'trade agreements' and fast track negotiating authority for the administration - allowing the executive branch to transfer the wealth of America to foreign countries and the multinational corporations that do business in them.
We, the Members of the United Nations,
Having convened a special session of the General Assembly to study for the first time the problems of raw materials and development, devoted to the consideration of the most important economic problems facing the world community,
Bearing in mind the spirit, purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations to promote the economic advancement and social progress of all peoples,
Solemnly proclaim our united determination to work urgently for THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER based on equity, sovereign equality, interdependence, common interest and cooperation among all States, irrespective of their economic and social systems which shall correct inequalities and redress existing injustices, make it possible to eliminate the widening gap between the developed and developing countries and ensure steadily accelerating economic and social development and peace and justice for present and future generations, and, to that end declare...
The New International Economic Order was followed by the Lima Declaration and Plan of Action on Industrial Development and Co-Operation in 1975. Specific steps in the Plan of Action begin on page 3.
23 Their firm conviction of the role of industry as a dynamic instrument of growth essential to the rapid economic and social development of the developing countries, in particular of the least developed countries;
24 Their firm intention to promote industrial development through concerted measures at the national, subregional, regional, interregional and international levels with a view to modernising the economies of the developing countries, and in particular those of the least developed countries, and eliminating all forms of foreign political domination and socio economic exploitation wherever they might exist;
25 Their resolve to ensure the speedy and effective implementation of the principles of industrialisation laid down in the International Development Strategy for the 197Os which is being adapted to the Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order;
27 That countries, particularly developed countries, should undertake an objective and critical examination of their present policies and make appropriate changes in such policies so as to facilitate the expansion and diversification of imports from developing countries and thereby make possible international economic relations on a rational, just and equitable basis;
28 That, in view of the low percentage share of the developing countries in total world industrial production, recalling General Assembly resolution 3306 (XXIX), of 14 December 1974, and taking into account the policy guide-lines and qualitative recommendations made in the present Declaration, their share should be increased to the maximum possible extent and as far as possible to at least 25 per cent of total world industrial production by the year 2000, while making every endeavour to ensure that the industrial growth so achieved is distributed among developing countries as evenly as possible. This implies that the developing countries should increase their industrial growth rate considerably higher than the 8 per cent recommended in the International Developrnent Strategy for the Second United Nations Development Decade;
29 That the Governments of the developing countries should adopt, in order to accelerate industrialisation, all measures which would ensure the exercise of their national sovereignty over their natural resources and the full utilisation of these resources and of human and material potential at their disposal, not only at the national level but also within the framework of systems of economic co-operation;
36 That developing countries with sufficient means at their disposal should give careful consideration to the possibility of ensuring a net transfer for financial and technical resources to the least developed countries;
The real meaning of "service economy" became apparent in 2001 when George Bush signed a technology trade agreement with India. There are two curious things about this agreement. I don't recall a debate in Congress about this trade agreement. Bush just signed it - and he did so on November 9, 2001 11-9 - the inverse of 9-11 of the same year.
This agreement was the result of the "Knowledge Trade Initiative" launched in 2000 by Bill Clinton.
Without manufacturing and without knowledge industries, the meaning of "service economy" is clear. It means poverty along with all of it's inherent problems. It means low wage retail jobs and hands-on vocational jobs, jobs in the military and criminal justice - prisons and police . A quick scan of education "reforms" bears that out. The emphasis is on "worker skills" - training that could done in two weeks if the teacher is slow - and it begins in kindergarten and goes clear through grade 12 - same things taught year after year after year. (Note: it's in the education system where you see the full extent of planning to do evil because for the type of economy that has been planned for us, you don't want an educated population - quite the opposite in fact. Best Practices are Worst Practices; High Performance Education means conditioning for slavery and fear of the master.
High Performance Education Means Learning Servitude to Masters
Because the education system is being redirected towards vocational training for "The New Economy", a system of appointed "Workforce Development Councils" with defined economic zones has been established to coordinate the worker training programs (K-12 through community college) with the curriculum in schools. The Council defines "Career Clusters" for their economic zone. The children will select a career in junior high school or early high school and their education will be tailored towards that vocation leading to a certificate of training rather than a diploma.
This shift in education will ensure the control of the American population under the communist system. With all of the above in mind, look at this presentation by the Progressive Policy Institute. The bait and switch scam should be crystal clear so that when you hear that we need more education for the knowledge economy, you'll see it for the fraud it is and you'll know the real agenda behind the Disney curtain.
War is Peace
Complete and Total Disarmament of the United States
2626 (XXV). International Development
Strategy for the
(1) On the threshold of the 1970s, Governments dedicate themselves anew to the fundamental objectives enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations twenty-five years ago to create conditions of stability and well-being and to ensure a minimum standard of living consistent with human dignity through economic and social progress and development.
(2) The launching in 1961 of the First United Nations Development Decade marked a major world-wide endeavour to give concrete substance to this solemn pledge. Since then attempts have continued to be made to adopt specific measures and to fashion and employ new institutions of international co-operation for this purpose.
(3) However, the level of living of countless millions of people in the developing part of the world is still pitifully low. These people are often still undernourished, uneducated, unemployed and wanting in many other basic amenities of life. While a part of the world lives in great comfort and even affluence, much of the larger part suffers from abject poverty, and in fact the disparity is continuing to widen. This lamentable situation has contributed to the aggravation of world tension.
(4) The current frustrations and disappointments must not be allowed to cloud the vision or stand in the way of the development objectives being really ambitious. Youth everywhere is in ferment, and the 1970s must mark a step forward in securing the well-being and happiness not only of the present generation but also of the generations to come.
(5) The success of international development activities will depend in large measure on improvement in the general international situation, particularly on concrete progress towards general and complete disarmament under effective international control, on the elimination of colonialism, racial discrimination, apartheid and occupation of territories of any State and on the promotion of equal political, economic, social and cultural rights for all members of society. Progress towards general and complete disarmament should release substantial additional resources which could be utilized for the purpose of economic and social development, in particular that of developing countries. There should, therefore, be a close link between the Second United Nations Development Decade and the Disarmament Decade.
"...So let us here resolve
that Dag Hammarskjold did not live, or die in vain. Let us
call a truce to terror. Let us invoke the blessings of
peace. And as we build an international capacity to keep
peace, let us join in dismantling the national capacity to
It is in this spirit that the recent Belgrade Conference--recognizing that this is no longer a Soviet problem, or an American problem, but a human problem--endorsed a program of "general, complete and strictly and internationally controlled disarmament".... And it is in this spirit that we have now presented with the agreement of the Soviet Union--under the label both nations now accept of "general and complete disarmament".
The program to be presented to this Assembly--for general and complete disarmament under effective and international control....
Sec. 3. As used in this
March 31, 1969
October 1, 1990, George H. W.
Bush UN Speech4
Borders, Trade and Minds
I see a world of open borders, open trade
and, most importantly, open minds, a world that celebrates
the common heritage that belongs to all the world's people,
taking pride not just in hometown or homeland but in
humanity itself. I see a world touched by a spirit like that
of the Olympics, based not on competition that's driven by
fear, but sought out of joy and exhilaration and a true
quest for excellence. And I see a world where
democracy continues to win new friends and convert old foes,
and where the Americas - North, Central and South - can
provide a model for the future of all humankind, the world's
first completely democratic hemisphere. And I see a world
building on the emerging new model of European unity, not
just Europe, but the whole world whole and free. There are 10 more years
until this century is out, 10 more years to put the
struggles of the 20th century permanently behind us. Ten
more years to help launch a new partnership of nations. And
throughout those 10 years, and beginning now, the United
Nations has a new and vital role in building towards that
I see a world of open borders, open trade and, most importantly, open minds, a world that celebrates the common heritage that belongs to all the world's people, taking pride not just in hometown or homeland but in humanity itself. I see a world touched by a spirit like that of the Olympics, based not on competition that's driven by fear, but sought out of joy and exhilaration and a true quest for excellence.
And I see a world where democracy continues to win new friends and convert old foes, and where the Americas - North, Central and South - can provide a model for the future of all humankind, the world's first completely democratic hemisphere. And I see a world building on the emerging new model of European unity, not just Europe, but the whole world whole and free.
There are 10 more years until this century is out, 10 more years to put the struggles of the 20th century permanently behind us. Ten more years to help launch a new partnership of nations. And throughout those 10 years, and beginning now, the United Nations has a new and vital role in building towards that partnership.
And we've shown that the U.N. can count on the collective strength of the international community. We've shown that the U.N. can rise to the challenge of aggression, just as its founders hoped that it would. And now is the time of testing. We must also show that the United Nations is the place to build international support and consensus for meeting the other challenges we face. The world remains a dangerous place, and our security and well-being often depends, in part, on events occurring far away. We need serious international cooperative efforts to make headway on the threats to the environment, on terrorism, on managing the debt burden, on fighting the scourge of international drug trafficking and on refugees and peacekeeping efforts around the world.
American Solider - court-martialed
Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los
Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful.
This is especially true if they were told there was an
outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated,
that threatened our very existence. It is then that all
peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to
deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears
is the unknown. When presented with this scenario,
individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the
guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world