Thursday, September 24, 2009

The New World Order


In his speech to the United Nations, President Obama advanced the Global Warming/Climate Change myth/lie as the New York Times ran an article by Andrew Revkin stating that “global temperatures have been stable for a decade and may even drop in the next few years.” In addition, there are many scientists, meteorologists and weather experts who have completely discredited the notion of man’s influence on global climate change. Why would our leaders lie to us about this?


The answer is: to strip away our country’s sovereignty.

In speeches to the UN about Climate Change in 2000, the rhetoric was about “global governance”, “world organization”, and “a new world order;” all terms that we hear too often from President Obama. Al Gore and President GH Bush also tossed these terms around. Under the tutelage and financial support of George Soros, many noted national and international leaders have been advocates for a strong central international government that would correct the excesses of self-interest. We’ve just seen the proposal for international currency. This Tri-Lateral Commission has had the issue of global governance, perhaps lead by a reformation of the United Nations, on its agenda for 40 years.

In keeping with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s rule to “never let a good crisis go to waste,” proponents of the new world order need an global crisis. And, what could fill the bill better than “global warming,” recently spun to “climate change?” This is the vehicle of choice to create the world wide emergency of specie decline, deforestation, pandemic disease, famine and economic failure. The devastation picture being painted by leaders is meant to alarm us, make us believers, and make us turn to them to be our saviors. However, the actual plan is for the elite “super rich” to have a way to prevent chaos, take all sovereignty away, and, finally, establish a worldwide socialistic governance that will establish a two class system, with the upper elite class having the power of the purse to controlling the masses.

These were once academic discussions that would take place in the coffee shops of the Ivy League campuses or in the basements of tenements. The intellectuals and the revolutionaries have been playing together since the time of FDR to nudge us towards their goals. The ‘nudge’ idea came from the Socialist Party during the years of FDR. The party once actively ran presidential candidates against him until they realized that he and his desired ‘Second Bill of Rights’ were already socialistic! Norman Thomas, the socialist leader and presidential candidate said:
“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of 'liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”
It was FDR who introduced the idea that we should have a Constitutional ‘right’ to things such as good health care, a good education, a home, and a decent job, all provided by the government. In effect, he wanted the government to control every aspect of American life, and many American’s have been in line for entitlements so long that they, to, believe they have a constitutional right to such.

Now the Ivy League radicals are in the White House and the revolutionary thugs are in red and purple shirts, ready to do the bidding of our president and his shadow government that has begun to “shove” and “steamroll” us instead of merely nudging us towards a global takeover in the name of preserving our planet. There are even a growing number of experts who believe that these social engineers purposefully created the world’s economic crisis as another step towards this end. We hear the talk about “redistribution” of wealth, when the goal is to “control” the wealth. We, the ordinary citizens of the world, would exist only to provide the elite with their desires. But they would provide us with all the promises of FDR’s “second” bill of rights. This includes a job, enough money for adequate food, clothing and recreation, decent farms and businesses with all competition and prices controlled, a decent home, adequate medical care, good health, protection from economic fears of old age, sickness, accident and unemployment, and a government education.

And we will be happy.
But, not really.

The elite didn’t count on the masses having intelligence, strength, power and a passion for liberty. We can read and understand that there is no conclusive science the backs the need for our own Cap and Trade bill, or any global cooperation for environmental protection. We can read the radical books and ideas of the Holdren’s, Sunstein’s and Van Jones’ of the world. We can unite and stop the steamroller. We can speak as one grassroots and nutroots movement. And we’re doing so because we firmly believe that the “second” bill of rights is the responsibility of the states, that the federal government has become disgracefully over-sized, that the total lack of fiscal responsibility is a sin, that corruption in government abounds, and the Constitution has been shelved.

In 1831, Alexis De Tocqueville visited the United States and was so impressed by the free enterprise and burgeoning democratic order that balanced liberty and equality. He was convinced that the only way America would fall would be by it’s own hand. We, according to Benjamin Franklin, have been given a Republic. It is our duty to keep it.

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