The New World Order Crowd Doesn’t Play Political Football – Part I

“We shall have world government whether or not you like it – by conquest or consent.” – Paul Warburg to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee during a hearing on February 17, 1952.

When most people in Western nations talk politics, it is usually over left-right issues.  And if it doesn’t start out as a left-right debate, it usually ends up that way.  The left loves to despise the right, and vice versa.  They shift blame to the other side instead of accepting responsibility.  The major media outlets each quietly but obviously take a side.  Talking heads and political pundits spew talking points for each camp.  Unfortunately for many, the world is viewed in unsophisticated political two-dimensional glasses: red state versus blue state.

The important issues of our day are more important than topics of political football.  The real power players in the world do not concern themselves in that game, although they fund it endlessly because it serves as a great distraction.  As Dr. Carroll Quiqley, Bill Clinton’s mentor, said in Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time:

“The chief problem of American political life for a long time has been how to make the two Congressional parties more national and international.  The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.”

Think about it for just a moment.  Regardless of who is in office your country maintains a central bank that continues on with the same flawed Keynesian monetary policies resulting in bigger and bigger deficits.  Taxes go up.  In foreign policy, things are the same regardless of who holds office.  Your privacy and basic liberties are being eroded by your government, for your security.  Wherever you are, your police are likely being militarized for crowd control under the auspices of terrorism.  Your media is not critical of your government.  Not vaccinating is frowned upon.  What we see today is exactly what Quiqley called for in 1966: that key policy issues for the long-range planners continue to advance regardless of who holds office.  And the fact we see common policies advancing throughout the world is clear evidence of central planning and coordination that supersedes nation states.

As Barry Goldwater noted in his book With No Apologies:

“When we change Presidents, it is understood to mean the voters are ordering a change in national policy.  With the exception of the first seven years of the Eisenhower administration, there has been no appreciable change in foreign or domestic policy direction.”

However, keep in mind that this really isn’t a recent phenomenon, that inside baseball is what really operates key policy issues in government.  Elitists have been fooling the general public with political football for a long time.  Centuries ago, monarchies throughout Europe had operatives establish Parliamentary bodies to quell the masses and to give them protection so that they could maintain their positions safely behind the curtain.  Bismark in Germany is a great example of this.  Quigley gives us another example in Tragedy and Hope, as follows:

“When the business interests, led by William C. Whitney, pushed through the first instalment of civil service reform in 1883, they expected that they would be able to control both political parties equally.  Indeed, some of them intended to contribute to both and to allow an alternation of the two parties in public office in order to conceal their own influence, inhibit any exhibition of independence by politicians, and allow the electorate to believe that they were exercising their own free choice.”

Before moving any further, I know this sounds like paranoid, radical talk of conspiracy theories.  However, any logical mind that researches into what’s going to be discussed in this series of posts will conclude that we are talking about conspiracy fact, not theories.  Be rational in your thinking and take the time to do your own research on what’s being discussed here to really discover this for yourself.  Keep in mind, that it requires you to put aside the false paradigm of democrat/republican, liberal/conservative, blue state/red state, and focus on the bigger picture geopolitical game.

A World Government, Really?

There is indeed a subversive movement to establish a world government.  I know at first that sounds farfetched and sensational.  It’s a complex agenda that’s been in the works for generations.  There is no shortage of evidence around this.  The people behind it are elitist authoritarians.  They are not misguided or well intentioned.  Thus, our real adversary in politics is not the opposition party but a sophisticated international network that works very hard to operate without fanfare from the general public and threatens to destroy freedom worldwide.

In other posts of this series, we’ll get into details about this network and what they mean when they so often refer to a New World Order.  For the remainder of this introductory post in this series, we’ll look at a recent example of world government in action.

The Bilderberg Group

Every year but one since 1954, European royal family members have met in secret with approximately 150 select attendees whose roles range from heads of state, top leaders of the military and the intelligence community, international bankers, CEOs of major corporations, as well as the heads of regulatory bodies.  The meetings are a total secret and are conducted under high levels of tax payer funded security.  Thanks to muckraking journalists like Jim Tucker (now deceased), Alex Jones and Daniel Estulin we have been able to scratch the surface of this secretive and undemocratic confab.

Interestingly, over the years, leaks have occurred from the Bilderberg group.  Moles have reported the meeting locations, which change each year, along with snippets of what gets discussed at the meetings.

Their goal: nothing short of world government.  As long time attendee, past Chairman and current Advisory Group of the Bilderberg meetings David Rockefeller has stated in his Memoirs (page 405):

“For more than a century idealogical extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions.  Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as “internationalists” and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure–one world, if you will.  If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

Until it’s time, they labor to build their lofty designs under secrecy, outside the general public’s consciousness.  The European Union and Euro currency, admitted Bilderberg designs, are great examples of this group’s power and influence.

Although the agenda for world government and the existence of the elitist network behind it are fully out in the open for those who care to look, you will not see it discussed critically in the media and it will not be found in school text books.

8 years ago, protests outside of the Bilderberg meeting location totalled maybe 15 people.  Last year, in Chantilly, Virginia, hundreds of people protested outside the gates.  This year, in Watford, UK, it is being estimated that protesters peaked at over one thousand.  More and more, people are waking up to the real power structure and are no longer being side tracked by political football.

This undesired attention will however force a reaction.  Unlike any previous year (other than maybe a back-of-the-paper one-liner mention), mainstream media outlets including BBC, AP, Reuters, the Times, the Telegraph, Channel 4 News, and others in the UK have given this year’s Bilderberg meeting major news coverage.  Unfortunately, not all of it is critical and much of the mainstream (establishment) media is doing a coordinated effort at apologetics for the Bilderbergers while at the same time painting protesters as the paranoid fringe, conspiracy theorists.  In dozens of mainstream articles here in Canada and the U.S., we are seeing a common spin: that the Bilderberg meetings are completely harmless; no decisions are ever made; policy is not being set; that these meetings are a gathering of concerned citizens that want only world peace; that their reason for secrecy is so that attendees can speak freely, without the fear of being on the record.

Do you live in a free and open society when your elected public servants can disappear on the public dime for a three-day confab with some of the richest, most influential people?  People like David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger, who have talked relentlessly over past decades about their goal to create a New World Order, such as this example stated by Rockefeller:

“We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order.”

Are you willing to trust that they are going to do what’s best for the public when public servants meet in total secrecy with top globalists?  Should regulators be meeting in secret meetings with those they regulate?  Does their creature the European Union and it’s unstable Euro currency not meet the legal definition of conspiracy?

I suppose if you’re fine with Bilderberg and their designs then you wouldn’t have any concern with lobbying scandals or price fixing scandals like Libor.

Common sense says in no way is this acceptable and in no way is any regional or world government a good thing for free humanity.  History and human nature tell us sternly that we’d be complete fools to allow this.

Stay tuned for more posts in this series…

3 thoughts on “The New World Order Crowd Doesn’t Play Political Football – Part I

  1. Hi Geoff. Really enjoyed this article. Are you writing elsewhere?
    The promised follow ups would have been well worth reading.

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