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History of The New World Order, How it started and what will become of it

According to the World Net Daily,

The phrase ‘new world order’ traces back at least as far as 1940, when author H.G. Wells used it as the title of a book about a socialist, unified, one-world government. The phrase has also been linked to American presidents, including Woodrow Wilson, whose work on establishing the League of Nations pioneered the concept of international government bodies, and to the first President Bush, who used it in a 1989 speech.

“A new partnership of nations has begun, and we stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment,” said Bush before a joint session of Congress. “Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective – a new world order – can emerge: A new era … in which the nations of the world, east and west, north and south, can prosper and live in harmony.”

The phrase “New World Order” causes alarm for many Americans, particularly those concerned about an international governing body trumping U.S. sovereignty or those that interpret biblical prophecy to foretell the establishment of a one-world government as key to the rise of the Antichrist. Conspiracy theorists, too, have latched on to the phrase, concerned that powerful financial or government figures are secretly plotting to rule the world.

Kissinger’s ties to government and international powers – as well as his use of the phrase – have made him suspect in the eyes of many who are wary of what “new world order” might actually mean.

“There is a need for a new world order,” Kissinger told PBS interviewer Charlie Rose last year, “I think that at the end of this administration, with all its turmoil, and at the beginning of the next, we might actually witness the creation of a new order – because people looking in the abyss, even in the Islamic world, have to conclude that at some point, ordered expectations must return under a different system.”

As WND reported, Kissinger was also part of last year’s super-secret Bilderberg Group, an organization of powerful international elites, including government, business, academic and journalistic representatives, that has convened annually since 1954.

According to sources that have penetrated the high-security meetings, the Bilderberg meetings emphasize a globalist agenda and promote the idea that the notion of national sovereignty is antiquated and regressive.

Source: http://www.worldnetdaily.com

According to Wikipedia their are a number of ways the New World Order could come about.

Postulated implementations

Just as there are several overlapping and even conflicting theories among conspiracy theorists about the nature of the New World Order, so are there several beliefs about how its architects and planners will implement it:

Gradualism

Some conspiracy theorists speculate that the New World Order is being implemented gradually, citing the formation of the Federal Reserve bank; the United Nations; the World Health Organization; the World Bank; the World Trade Organization; the European Union and the Euro currency; the Middle East Free Trade Area and various Middle East peace processes; and the African Union as major milestones.[citation needed]

In particular, paleoconservative documentary maker Alex Jones claims in his film Endgame that the theorized North American Union and the Amero currency will be an implementation of the New World Order, orchestrated by the Bilderberg Group.[31]

Coup d’état and martial law

Some conspiracy theorists, especially those associated with the United States militia movement, speculate that the New World Order will be implemented by martial law after a dramatic coup d’état, using UN peacekeepers and black helicopters, against all nation-states to bring about a world government. Before year 2000 some conspiracists believed this process would be set in motion by the predicted Y2K problem causing societal collapse.[32] After the September 11 attacks, some have become convinced that a more catastrophic terrorist incident will be responsible for triggering this process.

Surveillance-industrial complex

Some religious and secular conspiracy theorists believe that the New World Order will be created by the surveillance-industrial complex through the use of Social Security numbers, and the bar-coding of retail goods with Universal Product Code markings. Current theorists have implicated RFID tagging as well. Consumer privacy advocates Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre, authors of Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID, wrote another book on the subject from a Christian perspective, which associates spychips with the Number of the Beast mentioned in the Book of Revelation.[33] Christian conservative political activist Mark Dice, leader of an organization called “The Resistance of Christ,” also believes there is a strong connection.[34][35][36]

“Externalization of the Hierarchy”

In Alice Bailey’s conspiracy theories, a group of ascended masters called the Great White Brotherhood works on the “inner planes” to oversee humanity’s transition to the New World Order. At present, the members of this Spiritual Hierarchy are only know­n to a few people, with whom they communicate telepathically, but as the need for their personal involvement in the plan increases, there will be an “Externalization of the Hierarchy” and all people will know of their presence on Earth.[37]

Wikipedia has also a time line of the milestones of the New World Order

Timeline

There are several events that are considered pivotal in and related to the establishment of the New World Order:[38]

John McCain Wins Republican Nomination!!!!

I don’t care that McCain won, I just hope that he does his job and doesn’t mess everything up like Mr.Bush did. If it was up to me I would have had Huckabee win, but unfortunately we’re stuck with McCain. I will automatically assume that John McCain is our next president. Record shows that I’m not that good at assuming stuff, given that I assumed that Guliani was already our president back in October……So don’t take me seriously because its probably going to be the total opposite.

To tell you the truth I’m not quit sure what McCain did to get all of these people on his side. I mean Huckabee is just a plain better speaker….period. The more I look at this and the ore I speculate….. the more I start to think that this is some sort of set up. George W Bush cheated on both elections with the cover story of the votes getting mixed up…err…something. The fact that George W Bush will endorse McCain only sweetens the speculation deal.

One thing’s for sure, if the votes get messed up again and McCain wins I will probably go crazy. Enough is enough, lets not have another one of you know who in the house. [I’m takin ’bout Mr.Bush]

Micheal Jackson’s New Thriller – The Indian Way!

This is the Indian version of Micheal Jackson’s Thriller. Be prepared to laugh, so if their is anything in your mouth…. just spit it out….or something.

Obama criticizes Bush and McCain on economy!!!

This should be good, lets here what Obama has to say about this.

AUSTIN, Texas – Democratic candidate Barack Obama said Thursday the economy is “on the brink of a recession” and blamed economic policies espoused by President Bush and Republican presidential contender John McCain. – Yahoo News

Obama mocked a more optimistic economic picture painted by Bush at a White House news conference just moments earlier: “People are struggling in the midst of an economy that George Bush says is not a recession but is experienced differently by folks on the ground.”

For the second day in a row, Obama focused on the likely GOP nominee McCain and all but ignored Hillary Rodham Clinton‘s continuing campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, although key Democratic primaries come up next Tuesday in Texas and Ohio. – Yahoo News

I just can’t wait until Tuesday. Is anyone else as excited as me? 

“We are not standing on the brink of recession because of forces beyond our control,” Obama told a town hall forum in Austin. “This was not an inevitable part of the business cycle. It was a failure of leadership in Washington — a Washington where George Bush hands out billions of tax cuts to the wealthiest few for eight long years, and John McCain promises to make those same tax cuts permanent, embracing the central principle of the Bush economic program.”

In remarks Obama aides suggested were a rebuke to McCain as well as Bush, Obama said more is needed than just “to change faces in the White House,” but that the country “needs a change of leadership”

The Illinois senator spoke shortly after Bush told a news conference in Washington that the country is not headed into a recession. While expressing concern about slowing economic growth, Bush rejected for now any additional stimulus efforts.

“We’ve acted robustly,” Bush said. His forecast was rosier than that of many mainstream economists.

Obama offered a sharply different view: “Despite the slogans,we’ve got millions of Americans that are being left behind.”

He said he was “the only candidate in this race to propose a genuine middle-class tax cut.” And he added, the nation needs as president a leader who “doesn’t defend lobbyists as part of the system, but sees them as part of the problem.”

In focusing on McCain, Obama is pursuing a strategy of acting as if the Democratic nomination were already his. On Wednesday, Obama and McCain sparred by long distance over Iraq.

Unlike Obama, who rarely mentions Clinton by name, Clinton refers to her Democratic opponent often on the campaign trail, both in her formal stump speech and in her casual conversations with voters. – Yahoo News

Hmmmm….Interesting. I wonder what Obama is up too. If he succeeds either he is a very smart person or he has some darn good campaign managers.  

She opened her campaign day Thursday in Pomeroy, Ohio, talking with about 10 people in a mobile home in a heavily rural county where the poverty rate approaches 20 percent.

Health care was at the top of the agenda as she previewed a speech later in the day on child poverty. “There’s a lot of people here who don’t have health care,” said Bryan Holman, one of the residents.

She noted that “my opponent” tells people her health care plan would force people to buy insurance even if they can’t afford it and would fine them if they don’t. About half the time Clinton refers to Obama by name, the rest as “my opponent.”

“That’s misleading, that’s not at all what’s happening,” said Clinton.

“I have a plan that would cover everybody, my opponent does not. He would leave 15 million people out. It’s like Social Security. Everybody’s in Social Security. That’s what we have to do with health care.”

The centerpiece of government efforts to brace the wobbly economy is a package Congress passed and Bush signed last month. It will rush rebates ranging from $300 to $1,200 to millions of people and give tax incentives to businesses. Bush claims no further incentives are needed — and those should be given a chance to work first.

“We can’t afford to wait,” Obama said in Austin. “News on our economy has not been getting better, it’s been getting worse.”

Obama has proposed rolling back Bush tax cuts plus a tax credit covering 10 percent of annual mortgage interest payments for “struggling homeowners,” a fund for mortgage-fraud victims, aid to state and local governments stung by housing crisis, in $20 billion plan geared to “responsible homeowners.”

He would raise income taxes on wealthiest and their capital gains and dividends taxes, raise corporate taxes and give $80 billion in tax breaks mainly for poor workers and elderly.

McCain proposed cutting the corporate tax rate to 25 percent from 35 percent. He would also establish a permanent research and development tax credit and allow tax breaks for equipment and technology investment.

The McCain plan does not contain additional tax relief for individuals beyond previous proposals to repeal the Alternate Minimum Tax, a tax originally designed to fall on the wealthiest but which each year snags more middle-income taxpayers who claim a lot of deductions; and extension of expiring tax cuts from Bush’s first term.

Clinton has proposed a 90-day freeze on home foreclosures arising from subprime lending, and a freeze on subprime lending rates, in a $30 billion plan. She would raise income taxes on wealthiest and keep the estate tax on them. She backs higher tax breaks for college. Also, she would tax a portion of health insurance benefits provided to workers making more than $250,000. She proposes a $1 billion paid family leave program to be financed by eliminating some tax shelters.

We Need an Obama look alike!!!

So the story is that Saturday Night Live needs an Obama Look alike in order for them to make fun of him, but long story short….just look at this video.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/offbeat/2008/02/20/moos.find.an.obama.cnn?iref=videosearch

Huh? thats odd, I bet Mr.Bush was probably the easiest president to imitate and I think you know why. They may have difficulties with Obama.

What do you think?

Nader announces new bid for White House!

Ralph Nader said Sunday he will run for president as a third-party candidate, criticizing the top White House contenders as too close to big business and pledging to repeat a bid that will “shift the power from the few to the many.” – Yahoo News

Nader, 73, said most people are disenchanted with the Democratic and Republican parties due to a prolonged Iraq war and a shaky economy. The consumer advocate also blamed tax and other corporate-friendly policies under the Bush administration that he said have left many lower- and middle-class people in debt.

“You take that framework of people feeling locked out, shut out, marginalized and disrespected,” he said. “You go from Iraq, to Palestine to Israel, from Enron to Wall Street, from Katrina to the bumbling of the Bush administration, to the complicity of the Democrats in not stopping him on the war, stopping him on the tax cuts.” – Yahoo News

“In that context, I have decided to run for president,” Nader told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Okay this time I really don’t have anything to say. He’s wasting his time and he is not going to win. That’s all I’m going to say. Don’t get me wrong, I like his views, but I’m only telling the truth. What do you think?

Nader also criticized Republican candidate John McCain and Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton for failing to support full Medicare for all or cracking down on Pentagon waste and a “bloated military budget. He blamed that on corporate lobbyists and special interests, which he said dominate Washington, D.C., and pledged in his third-party campaign to accept donations only from individuals.

“The issue is do they have the moral courage, do they have the fortitude to stand up to corporate powers and get things done for the American people,” Nader said. “We have to shift the power from the few to the many.” – Yahoo News

Nader also ran as a third-party candidate in 2000 and 2004, and many Democrats still accuse him of costing Al Gore the 2000 election.

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, speaking shortly before Nader’s announcement, said Nader’s past runs have shown that he usually pulls votes from the Democrat. “So naturally, Republicans would welcome his entry into the race,” the former Arkansas governor said on CNN.

Nader vociferously disputes the spoiler claim, saying only Democrats are to blame for losing the race to George W. Bush. He said Sunday there could be no chance of him tipping the election to Republicans because the electorate will not vote for a “pro-war John McCain.”

“If the Democrats can’t landslide the Republicans this year, they ought to just wrap up, close down, emerge in a different form,” Nader said. – Yahoo News

Yahoo News, Delegate count!!!

Want the latest updates when it comes to counting delegates? Go to the election 08 Political Dashboard from Yahoo News and get all the latest up-to-date information.

Click the link below to go there:

http://news.yahoo.com/election/2008/dashboard;_ylt=ArFa20iiesl41Oz_cxqVzbNh24cA

Obama Wins Wisconsin for 9th Straight Win!!!


Barack Obama cruised past a fading Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Wisconsin primary Tuesday night, gaining the upper hand in a Democratic presidential race for the ages. It was Obama’s ninth straight victory over the past three weeks, and left the former first lady in desperate need of a comeback in a race she long commanded as front-runner. – Yahoo News

Ouch, Clinton is getting beat down there, what the heck is going on. Obama is just riding…no cruising on his momentum now. Hillary better hope that he runs out of gas or something. I personally think he’s gonna keep on going. The way I see it Obama has this one wrapped up and tied with a bow. Although I’m not too sure about Texas, Hillary might pull out a stunner on that one, but we’ll see.

“The change we seek is still months and miles away,” Obama told a boisterous crowd in Houston.

He cut deeply into Clinton’s political bedrock in Wisconsin, splitting the support of white women in Wisconsin almost evenly with the former first lady and running well among working class voters in the blue collar battleground, according to polling place interviews.

The economy and trade were key issues in the race, and seven in 10 voters said international trade has resulted in lost jobs in Wisconsin. Fewer than one in five said trade has created more jobs than it has lost. – Yahoo News

Clinton made no mention of her defeat, and showed no sign of surrender in an appearance in Youngstown, Ohio.

“Both Senator Obama and I would make history,” the former first lady said. “But only one of us is ready on day one to be commander in chief, ready to manage our economy, and ready to defeat the Republicans. Only one of us has spent 35 years being a doer, a fighter and a champion for those who need a voice.”

In a clear sign of their standing in the race, most cable television networks abruptly cut away from coverage of Clinton’s rally when Obama began to speak in Texas. – Yahoo News

So, they “abruptly cut away” from coverage of Clinton’s rally when Obama began to speak in Texas? I don’t blame Clinton for being even the slightest bit angry, I know I would.

What do you think of this?

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Obama, Clinton face off in Wisconsin and Hawaii


Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton squared off in a scrappy Wisconsin primary and in laid-back Hawaii caucuses Tuesday, their struggle for the Democratic presidential nomination veering toward the negative. – Yahoo News

Wisconsin offered 74 national convention delegates, and an early test of support in industrial states such as Ohio and Pennsylvania. There were 20 delegates at stake in Hawaii, where neither Clinton nor Obama campaigned in person.Obama began the night with 1,281 delegates in The Associated Press count, and Clinton with 1,218. It takes 2,025 to win the nomination at the party’s national convention in Denver. – Yahoo News

Oh, its waaaaaayyy too close to tell. I told you this would be a close one. Its going to come down to the wire.

Independents cast about one-quarter of the ballots in the Wisconsin race between Obama and Clinton, and roughly 15 percent of the electorate were first-time voters, according to preliminary results from interviews at polling places. Obama has run well among independents in earlier primaries.

The economy, and trade in particular, was a key issue, according to the survey. Seven in 10 Democratic primary voters said U.S. trade with other countries winds up costing jobs in Wisconsin. Fewer than one in five said it creates more jobs than it loses – Yahoo News

Republican front-runner John McCain hoped to inch closer to wrapping up the GOP nomination in primaries in Wisconsin and Washington, with 56 delegates at stake. The Arizona senator had 908 delegates, and his closest remaining rival, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, had 245. Texas Rep. Ron Paul had 14. – Yahoo News

Wow, 14…..only 14. I’m sorry to say this…I really am, but I’m afraid the best thing for Ron Paul to do is to just quit the race. I really don’t know what he is doing. I think he is a good speaker and If it were up to me he would be president in a heart beat. Unfortunately, we live in a corporately run country and the people don’t chose their president any more (that stopped in the 70’s or the Hippie Era) the companies do….the oils companies…the credit card companies….the pharmaceutical companies… and Disney–well, maybe not Disney.

Obama began the evening with eight straight primary and caucus victories, a run that has propelled him past Clinton in the overall delegate race and enabled him to chip away at her advantage among elected officials within the party.

Clinton’s aides initially signaled she would virtually concede Wisconsin, and the former first lady spent less time in the state than Obama.

Even so, she ran a television ad that accused her rival of ducking a debate in the state and added that she had the only health care plan that covers all Americans and the only economic plan to stop home foreclosures. “Maybe he’d prefer to give speeches than have to answer questions” the commercial said.

Obama countered with an ad of his own, saying his health care plan would cover more people. – Yahoo News

This is already starting to get rowdy. I don’t want to know what it going to be like when it gets closer to election time.

In San Antonio on Tuesday, Obama said her idea to freeze the monthly rate on adjustable rate mortgages for at least five years would raise rates on new mortgages. “Even more families could face foreclosure,” he said. “That’s why one economic analyst called her plan disastrous.”

The campaign grew increasingly testy over the weekend, when Clinton’s aides accused Obama of plagiarism for delivering a speech that included words that had first been uttered by Deval Patrick, the Massachusetts governor and a friend of Obama.

“I really don’t think this is too big of a deal,” Obama said, eager to lay the issue to rest quickly. He said Clinton had used his slogans, too. – Yahoo News

Texas and Ohio hold primaries on March 4, and some of Clinton’s backers have said the one-time front-runner cannot afford to lose either. Already, she and Obama have begun advertising in Texas, with 193 delegates, and Ohio, with 141, and both visited the two states in the days before Wisconsin primary. – Yahoo News

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Romney Quits Presidential Campaign!!!!

The news we’ve all been waiting for–or at least it’s what I’ve been waiting for.

“I must now stand aside, for our party and our country,” Romney told conservatives.

“If I fight on in my campaign, all the way to the convention, I would forestall the launch of a national campaign and make it more likely that Senator Clinton or Obama would win. And in this time of war, I simply cannot let my campaign, be a part of aiding a surrender to terror,” Romney told the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.

With Romney out, McCain is in the top followed by Huckabee and lastly, but hopefully not least Ron Paul.

It somewhat came as a surprise to find out that Romney was quiting the race. I really thought he was going to cheat like George W. Bush. I think I may know why he and Rudy quit. For every stupid, money hungry, snake-oil-salesman, republican to take office, there needs to be someone to clean up the mess. After Bush’s dad, they brought Clinton, but what about George W. Bush? Fortunately, Romney and Giuliani are both gone. These last five candidates should be clean. Although I don’t really like the looks of McCain, it seems like he’s up to something. If you want my honest opinion I think it’s going to come down to Obama and McCain. I don’t really like both of them, but out of the two I would rather have Obama because he really seems to emphasize “Change”–It’s a shame I can’t pay attention to him when he talks.

“This is not an easy decision for me. I hate to lose. My family, my friends and our supporters … many of you right here in this room … have given a great deal to get me where I have a shot at becoming president. If this were only about me, I would go on. But I entered this race because I love America,” Romney said.

Because you love America or because you love Oil, Pharmaceutical companies, credit card companies, and want to make money off of terrorism.

Well, that’s it! Romney quits the race, the race for change, the race for freedom, the race for presidency, and most importantly the race for Oil.

What do you think?

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