May 11, 2007
"Along with this came a bit of a scolding that Americans had it too good anyway and just a little bit of terrorism would help convince Americans that the world is indeed a dangerous place... or can be if we don't relinquish control to the proper authorities." —The New Order of the Barbarians
The date was September 11th, as President Bush stood before a joint session of Congress, and, by television, the nation. A fresh wind of patriotism had swept the country from sea to shining sea, as the Bush administration had begun a military operation against Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. As he spoke, the President's comments were repeatedly interrupted by applause from both sides of the political aisle.
If there ever was a time to put country before self and patriotism before party, the time is now ... We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment. The crisis in the Persian Gulf, as grave as it is, also offers a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective, a new world order, can emerge: a new era — freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit of justice, and more secure in the quest for peace. An era in which the nations of the world, East and West, North and South, can prosper and live in harmony. A hundred generations have searched for this elusive path to peace, while a thousand wars raged across the span of human endeavor. Today that new world is struggling to be born, a world quite different from the one we've known. A world where the rule of law supplants the rule of the jungle. A world in which nations recognize the shared responsibility for freedom and justice. A world where the strong respect the rights of the weak. This is the vision that I shared with President Gorbachev in Helsinki. He and other leaders from Europe, the Gulf, and around the world understand that how we manage this crisis today could shape the future for generations to come. (Emphasis added)
The date was September 11, 1990. And the President was George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st President of the United States. The crisis of which he spoke, was the first Gulf War.
The "opportunity" that he so eagerly hoped to seize, was the building of a "new world order," the globalists' phrase for a world-wide socialist system that defines "freedom" and "democracy" as a socialist-communitarian system. It is in this system that individual liberties, or "the law of the jungle," are supplanted by "the rule of law" — a totalitarian police state.
It is the undying dream of every socialist throughout the history of mankind. A society where "freedom" and "liberty" mean the freedom and liberty to do as your government tells you, without question or dissention of any kind. Theirs is a world where participation in the governmental process is at the behest of those in power. And individual liberties — real liberties — are dissolved in favor of the well-being of the whole "community".
Property and privacy are forcefully surrendered to the protection of a "secure" nanny state — that is, secure until the "protector" becomes the aggressor. Indeed, it is as Bush said, "a world quite different from the one we've known." Is it any wonder why former Soviet leader and unrepentant communist Mikhail Gorbachev shared Bush's vision in Helsinki?
As Bush Sr. spoke on that day, the plans were already being drawn for a second Iraqi invasion, a second and final war that would put the final pieces of the plan for world conquest into place.
As the twin towers of the World Trade Center collapsed, eleven years later to the day of that speech, the arrival of yet another "opportunity" would emerge. It would be another era, another Bush administration, a myriad of Mohammads, and another undeclared war.
This time, it was British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who spoke of how marvelous an "opportunity" that the purported "attack" presented.
In an October 2, 2001 speech that The Guardian called "the most powerful speech of his career," Blair couldn't contain his enthusiasm. Excitedly, he expounded upon his desire to use the corpses of the victims, as an "opportunity" to reorder the world, and build a world "community."
This is a moment to seize. The Kaleidoscope has been shaken. The pieces are in flux. Soon they will settle again. Before they do, let us reorder this world around us. Today, humankind has the science and technology to destroy itself or to provide prosperity to all. Yet science can't make that choice for us. Only the moral power of a world acting as a community, can.
Prosperity for all! A chicken in every pot! Thus, are the rallying cries of the socialists, to sell their plan to the naive and uneducated masses. It is the age-old promise of those in power, that if you give them the chance to direct your lives, they will provide prosperity for everyone.
Never mind the fact that this is the promise of communism, which has plunged every nation into poverty that has ever tried it. Never mind the turmoil, misery, and outright pauperism it has caused to the great unwashed, who have suffered under its iron fist. Never mind the lives that have to be destroyed in the process of putting the Plan into fruition.
Their Plan is the end, and to them, the end justifies the means. Their means is crisis upon crisis, manipulating the population through endless wars, killings, and orchestrated terrorism, designer diseases and pandemics, famine and starvation, floods, droughts and other anomalous disasters precipitated by weather manipulation.
The global would-be despots, by their own words, never see human suffering of any kind as a true tragedy. Whenever adversity strikes, they will always see it as an "opportunity" for change. Crises serve as proper conditioning mechanisms, whereby human minds can be made fertile with new ideas that would ordinarily be rejected. It's called the Hegelian dialectic, and it is the vehicle by which society is moved toward a predetermined outcome.
When anguish prevails due to a catastrophe that extinguishes the light of human life, these Luciferians gleefully gather like hungry vultures to capitalize upon it for the furtherance of their agenda. While average Americans are attending to every detail of their busy lives, the Establishment planners are never distracted. Day and night, they are constantly at work, toiling away at the next big event, planning more scenarios, creating for themselves more "opportunities."
In 1997, then Defense Secretary, William Cohen, hinted at what "opportunities" lie ahead. In a September 10th interview with the Army Times, Cohen predicted:
Terrorism is escalating to the point that Americans soon may have to choose between civil liberties and more intrusive means of protection.
He went on to describe an America that would include armored vehicles surrounding civilian hotels or government buildings. And the Posse Comitatus law — which prevents the government from using the military in domestic law-enforcement roles — would be revoked. Mr. Cohen was describing the agenda for the Office of Homeland Security, Total Information Awareness and the U.S.A. Patriot Act — key elements of the effort to establish an Orwellian communitarian police state in America.
With the signing of the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act by President Bush in October 2006, Public Law 109-364 has now effectively gutted the Posse Comitatus law, just as William Cohen said would happen. How did he know?
The agenda to move America into a totalitarian system, began with the creation of an atmosphere of fear in America, caused by a purported act of terrorism. Then, when the public mindset was properly conditioned with the fertilizer of fear, the seed would be planted in their minds that their liberty would have to be forfeited in favor of their security.
This agenda was covertly referenced by Henry Kissinger in a Bilderberg Conference in Evians, France in 1991. According to one of the Swiss delegates, Kissinger stated:
Today, 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 the peoples of the world will pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing that every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished with the guarantee of their well-being, granted to them by their world government.
Kissinger was saying that "crisis equals opportunity." Upon the foundation of created chaos, they can build their new "Order."
Once world government is in place, so will be fulfilled their communist dream. America will have ceased to exist, as will the sovereignty of every nation. And that is the real reason for September 11th, and the "War on Terror." It is to shore up control of every country that won't surrender their sovereignty to the global system under the auspices of the United Nations. It is also the reason for the countless states of emergency, warnings, drills, and exercises. The message is clear: Be afraid; be very afraid.
Lest we fall prey to the logic that most certainly the powerful wish for us to adopt, let us always remember the words of Benjamin Franklin.
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Or Patrick Henry...
"Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God, I know not what course others may take, but give me liberty or give me death!"
Liberty and national sovereignty go hand in hand. Without the one, you cannot have the other. Our Founding Fathers provided for us a Constitution that was as miraculous as it was sacred.
Despite the fact that it's God-inspired words are largely being ignored by our criminal government leaders, the U.S. Constitution stands as a testament to the purity and integrity of what has been, for over 200 years, the greatest country in the history of mankind.
Regardless of despots who conveniently lay claim to the notion that its text is outmoded, its remains as a limit on overbearing government, waiting patiently to be enforced by blind, ignorant, and occupied Americans. It's words are precious, providing viable principles by which to live, and if necessary — as Patrick Henry suggested — for which to die.
The Founding Fathers knew the value of liberty. If they were alive today, wouldn't they weep at how quickly their achievements have been squandered?
Darren Weeks hosts Govern America, Saturdays at 11AM Eastern time. Free live streams can be found here. Weeks is also a contributing writer to NewsWithViews.com. This article was originally posted at NewsWithViews.com in 2007.
1, New Order of the Barbarians, An Insider Spills The Beans, a transcript of the reminisces of Dr. Laurence Dunnegan, a pediatric physician, and attendee of a meeting where insider Dr. Richard Day spoke in 1969. Note-taking and recording devices weren't allowed.
2, George Bush Sr. speech on September 11, 1990, taken from National Archives
3, Blair says 'Let us reorder this world', Michael White, Guardian, October 3, 2001
4, For more information, see Two Acts of Tyranny on the Same Day by Daneen G. Petersen
Regardless of despots who conveniently lay claim to the notion that its sacred text is outmoded, its remains as a limit on overbearing government, waiting patiently to be enforced by blind, ignorant, and occupied Americans. Itï¿½s words are precious, providing viable principles by which to live, and if necessary ï¿½ as Patrick Henry suggested ï¿½ for which to die.