“The affirmative task we have now is to actually create a new world order.”
From The New American:
Whenever globalist-minded politicians, bankers, academics, and corporate executives start talking about a “new world order,” sensible folks take alarm. That is because it has become obvious over the past few decades that in elite, globalist circles this phrase has been, and is, code for “global governance” and, eventually, world government. And, of course, as surely as night follows day, the “progressive” media hacks in the MSM and alternative media are always quick to ridicule anyone that points out this obvious fact.
Thus did Gawker.com on April 7, 2013 rush to satirize NWO concern in its post, “Conspiracy-Theorist Christmas Comes Early as Biden Uses Term ‘New World Order’”:
That faint rumble you heard on Friday afternoon was the sound of a thousand gleeful conspiracy-theorists firing up their webcams (and bobbing excitedly in their desk chairs like a kid at a toy store) as Vice President Joe Biden used the term “New World Order” when describing trade laws at the Export-Import Bank Conference in Washington.
Gawker.com concludes with:
“Friday was a banner day for conspiracy theorists everywhere, as a blunder from a Vice President known for making blunders has reignited another failed discussion of how to understand the world.”
The Gawker.com writer is merely regurgitating the same Wizard of Oz misdirection (“Don’t pay any attention to that man behind the curtain”) that the one-world media opinion cartel has been propagating for decades. One wonders how he managed to avoid the usual reference to tin-foil hats, Elvis sightings, and alien UFOs! But sensible people can be excused for not being so easily put off by this apparent deception. There is now evidence aplenty to convince any sentient being that proposals and references to a “new world order” invariably are tied to efforts to erode national sovereignty and lead toward world government through steady political and economic merger on regional and global levels.
By the time President George H.W. Bush issued his startling series of pleas for a new world order in 1990, regular readers of this magazine were already well aware that both Democrat and Republican insiders had been pushing for one-world government through a multitude of programs for many years.
We reported on December 17, 1990 (“Thumbs Down to New World Order”):
When George Bush delivered his televised “New World Order” speech on the Iraq situation to the joint session of Congress on September 11th, there must have been many Americans scratching their heads in bewilderment. “Out of these troubled times,” said the President, “our fifth objective — a new world order — can emerge.” Suddenly, the phrase “new world order” was appearing everywhere. Following President Bush’s address to Congress and the nation, Congressman Richard Gephardt, the House Majority Leader, gave the Democrats’ official response on the Gulf crisis: “From the summit at Helsinki … we could see beyond the present shadows of war in the Middle East to a new world order…. ” Immediately, and without question or explanation, the cryptic phrase was tripping naturally off the gilded tongues of Jennings, Brokaw, and Rather, and being featured prominently in Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, and other major print media.
For many Americans, this was a startling confirmation of the subversive world government plans of many of our elected and appointed leaders that “alarmists” had been warning about. However, the majority of Americans went back to sleep, assured by the media that Bush’s NWO was simply a fuzzy, benevolent phrase he had dreamed up while on vacation at the family’s home in Maine. We wrote, in the same 1990 article:
The “man on the street” might have come away from all of this thinking that George Bush had just coined another catchy slogan — like “read my lips,” “a kinder, gentler nation,” or “a thousand points of light” — to describe his grand vision of new global realities. That was certainly the impression given in the September 17th issue of Newsweek. In an article titled “Superpowers as Superpartners,” readers were told that this was something Bush had dreamed up on one of his recreational excursions to Kennebunkport. “As George Bush fished, golfed, and pondered the post-cold war world in Maine last month,” the Newsweek article recounted, “his aides say that he began to imagine a new order.”
However, as we have reported repeatedly for over four decades, the phrase “new world order” is a term that holds a specific meaning for those who have been initiated into the ranks of the globalist elites through such recruiting grounds as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
This is not the first time that Joe Biden has used the NWO meme. On April 23, 1992, Biden penned a piece for the Wall Street Journal entitled, “How I Learned to Love the New World Order,” in which he extolled “collective security” through the United Nations and called for a “permanent commitment of forces for use by the Security Council.”
“Why not breathe life into the U.N. Charter?” Biden asked in his Journal piece.
It is not surprising that Biden’s latest NWO affirmation was before the Export-Import Bank. As well as being a principal avenue for corporate welfare (this year Ex-Im’s “Lender of the Year” award went to Wall Street giant J.P. Morgan, which has been a key culprit at the center of financial crisis and taxpayer bailouts), the Ex-Im Bank also has been a major instrument of the CFR’s NWO policies, helping to finance the transfer of the U.S. industrial, manufacturing, and technology base from the United States to Communist China and other Third World countries. (See here and here.)