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The real truth about the NWO
« on: June 06, 2012, 07:31:50 PM »
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  • That's right the NWO is us.  Anyone who is opposed to the NWO is anti-American.

    http://catholicknight.blogspot.com/

    THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: For all the talk of conspiracy about a "New World Order" allow me to try to clarify a few things. First and foremost, there is no conspiracy. All of this is public knowledge, and everything (or almost everything) was announced to the world two decades ago. The New World Order began on September 11, 1990 when it was inaugurated by President George H. Bush in a speech he made before an emergency joint session of Congress. There is nothing mysterious about the New World Order. It is simply the paradigm that emerged after the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. It had been planned for decades, probably since the late 1940s through 1950s. It consists simply of the United States asserting its political and economic will around the world using the vehicles of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the United Nations (UN).

    Now, let me break this down. The backbone of the New World Order is the United Nations. The backbone of the United Nations is NATO. While the backbone of NATO is the United States. Without the United States, NATO is nothing. Without NATO the United Nations is nothing -- even the security council becomes a paper tiger with no teeth. Now the United States doesn't necessarily need the UN or NATO to act, and we saw that with the Second Gulf War (or Iraq War) in 2003, in which the United States decided to "go it alone" with a "coalition of the willing." So let me make this perfectly clear. The New World Order is really nothing more or less than the supremacy of the United States in geopolitical affairs. It is Yankee Imperialism on a global level. The US would prefer to use the vehicles of the UN or NATO to give its actions some level of international "legitimacy," but it clearly does not need them to act. Keep this in mind. It's important because when was the last time you saw the UN or NATO acting without the United States? The UN Security Council can't even pass a resolution without US approval, and NATO forces are anaemic without US support. The UN doesn't always do what the US wants it to do, but make no mistake about it, if the US disapproves, whatever the UN wanted to do will amount to nothing. As for NATO, it is possible for them to act alone, but they rarely ever do. Even when a military action is claimed to be NATO alone, it is primarily US forces who carry the lion's share of the load. So the New World Order is us! We, the United States of America, are the New World Order! Should that surprise us? What does it say on our money? Novus Ordo Seclorum which translates from Latin into English as "A New Order for the Ages."

    I find it humorous when neo-conservative Americans so vehemently protest the New World Order while simultaneously waving an American flag shouting platitudes of American patriotism. The flag they wave is the backbone of the New World Order! Granted, America didn't necessarily start that way, as the secession from the British Empire was a protest of world orders in general, but it radically became that in just one generation as America expanded westward and put down anyone who stood in its way, including Mexico, the emerging nation of Dixie and the American Indian tribes. By the early 20th century, Yankee Imperialism spread to Central and South America and as far west as the Philippines. Yankee Imperialism was put on hold, for the most part, due to World War II and the Cold War, but after the fall of the Soviets the door was opened wide again. This time however, the United States federal government is not nearly as interested in land as it is in resources -- particularly oil.

    Read the rest of the article at the link I posted if you're interested.
    My conscience compels me to make this disclaimer lest God judges me partly culpable for the errors and heresy promoted on this forum... For the record I support neither Sedevacantism or the SSPX.  I do not define myself as either a traditionalist or Novus


     

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