The New World Order: Not Just Another Conspiracy Theory

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New World Order. The phrase has become a theme within political circles, and though it has assaulted American ears for decades, most people believe that President Bush, Jr. coined the phrase. These same people have heard Barack Obama use the phrase as he speaks of his efforts to make our country a better place to live, and choose to believe he is carrying on a noble mission to right the wrongs of the world so that all nations can live in peace and prosperity.

In actuality, the phrase New World Order has been dated back to the 1700's, the same century when the idea of a One World Government first germinated in the mind of a man lusting for the financial control which would grant him and his, the ultimate power: that of dominating the entire world's population. To the average person, claims of secret societies whose goals are to subjugate the entire world, to bring the nations' leaders to their knees, and to own a global financial monopoly, may seem far-fetched, juvenile, and certainly paranoid, if not completely insane.

We like to think of ourselves as enlightened people, intelligent and educated enough to recognize the half-wit conspiracy theories borne of ignorance and lack of personal achievement that seem to be bombarding us from every direction. But are we really the intelligent ones if we refuse to open our minds to new and different possibilities from what we have come to take for granted as truth? Isn't it possible that we, in our snobbish acceptance of what we've been told is socially acceptable, may have created a dangerous state of oblivion, where we are blinded to real facts in favor of accepting lies of which we are more comfortable?

Today, most Americans don't spend even a solitary minute of the day in reflection on the hard won freedoms we were handed through generational inheritance. We nod our heads in agreement that our forefathers fought a hard and desperate war resulting in a new nation built on certain inalienable rights. However, most American citizens today, can not accurately recite the scope of those rights. Even worse, relatively few are able to present a convincing argument designed to protect those rights.

http://www.usconstitution.net/const.pdf

I was in the minority when I voiced a vehement protest against what I considered to be the most outrageous and unlawful act designed to deprive me of my freedoms; The US Patriot Act. I was accused of being unpatriotic and irresponsible in refusing to espouse an endorsement of the act. My standing among my peers was reduced further by my rambunctious response to the Homeland Security Act which followed a year later.

First, let's examine the meaning of the word “patriot”. The Free Online Dictionary defines the word as meaning “one who loves, supports, and defends one's country” and “a person who vigorously supports his country and its way of life.” Webster's Dictionary presents the meaning “one who loves his or her country and supports its authority and interests.”

The first two definitions are relatively the same. However, Webster's Dictionary's meaning may be representative of why there seems to be confusion in the minds of Americans about what activities and beliefs are best representative of a true patriot. Loving, supporting, and defending our country refers to actions in relation to the land, itself. It is about defending the physical ground within the accepted boundaries demarcating where the ownership of lands ends. It is about supporting and defending the lives, as well as the rights of the citizenry residing upon the designated lands of the country.

Webster's Dictionary expands the meaning to supporting the country's authority and interests. This is where most Americans become confused about the responsibilities of being a patriot and all that patriotism encompasses. The mistake most American would-be patriots make is in believing that in order to be a good patriot, one must support the actions of the US government. This erroneous belief is leading Americans to willfully relinquishing their freedoms. Government and country are not synonymous. They are not interchangeable as their meanings are entirely different. The only authority a true American patriot should embrace, in the interest of defending his/her country, is the United States Constitution. Any proposed law, which is not designed to uphold the US Constitution is unlawful in and of itself.

Webster's Dictionary also defines the word “traitor” as “one who betrays another's trust or is false to an obligation or duty. Those we have elected to office have an obligation, a duty to uphold the US Constitution, first and foremost. It is their job to protect it at all cost. We, the people, have placed our trust in them to accept and exercise this responsibility. Any person, regardless of what office he may have been elected to fill, who presents demands on the American public which violates the constitutional rights provided by the US Constitution, is nothing less than a traitor to his country, and subject to appropriate measures being enacted to remove him from office. This especially includes the President of the United States, as it is to him the rest of the world looks as representative of the will of the American people.

As I already said, the ideology of a New World Order is much older than a few decades. In order to get a full understanding of all that such ideology encompasses, you need to go back to the year 1760 in Frankfurt, Germany. Mayer Amschel Bauer took over his deceased father's business as a money lender and owner of a counting house. Upon doing so, he changed his name from Bauer to Rothschild in order to align his identity with that of the signage his father had placed above the doorway to his counting house, that of a red hexagram (“Rot” means “red” in German, “Schild” means “sign”). It is the mysteries surrounding this geometric figure (which is said to translate to the number 666) which have provided fuel for conspiracy theorists.

For a better understanding of the Rothschild family's involvement in the New World Order ideology, take time to visit this site: http://www.iamthewitness.com/DarylBradfordSmith_Rothschild.htm

It will provide a complete timeline of their involvement toward creation of the New World Order.

I would be remiss if I didn't also explain that it was Mayer Amschel Rothschild who hatched the scheme of a New World Order entirely for the purpose of that Order serving him and his family. Contrary to what modern men and media have attempted to make us believe, endeavoring to bring about a one world government is not being attempted for the purpose of world peace and prosperity, but rather to financially benefit a very small percentage of wealthy bankers at the expense of everyone else. The attainment of such enormous uncontested power that goes hand in hand with total financial control, has been the aim of every conquering dictator since time immemorial.

In addition to being subjected to hearing frequent references to the creation of a New World Order, our attention has often been directed to the group believed to be the linchpin for the accomplishment, The Illuminati. Mentions of this organization have become more commonplace since Dan Browne published his book the Da Vinci Code, and because of it, a mysterious and magical meaning has been attributed to the organization.

Mysteries and magic aside, there really was an organization called The Illuminati, specifically, the Bavarian Illuminati which was founded by Adam Weishaupt in 1776. But Weishaupt didn't found the organization alone. He had financial backing from none other than Mayer Amschel Rothschild. The short life of the organization was brought to an end when one of its members was struck by lightning. As the story goes, Weishaupt was walking in the company of a fellow member and friend, the cleric Lanz, when he was struck by lightning and killed. During the ensuing investigation, Illuminati documents, as well as a list of members, were found sewn inside Lanz's clothes. When details of the documents reached the Bavarian ruler, Karl Theodor in 1784, he banned all secret societies, including the Illuminati.

Weishaupt fled Bavaria, and the seized documents were then published by the government in 1787. Though the edict had presumably put an end to the secret organization, whispers of survival continued. Between 1787 and 1789, Augustin Barruel and John Robison publicized the theory that not only had the society survived, but it represented an ongoing international conspiracy, including the claim that it was behind the French Revolution. A fact which seems to lend some credence to the Illuminati's involvement in the revolution is the undeniable fact that the Marquis de Sade, one of the organization's original members, became a delegate to the National Convention despite his aristocratic background.

It's believed that the reason for the outlaw of the Bavarian Illuminati can be found in the goals of the organization:

  1. The abolition of monarchies and all ordered governments

  2. The abolition of private property and inheritances

  3. The abolition of patriotism and nationalism

  4. The abolition of family life and the institution of marriage, and the establishment of communal education of children

  5. The abolition of all religion

Date Correction: September 11, 1990

While secret societies have populated the world for centuries, perhaps what makes the Illuminati so fearful is their supposed ability to infiltrate all other societies and subvert those organizations to the doctrines of the Illuminati. One such secret society is that of the Freemasons, who are known for their estoric knowledge and the mystery schools. As the Freemasons are a very large organization, it would stand to reason that belief of the Illuminati's survival continues.

Being familiar with what is known of the history of the Rothschild family and their rise to financial power over the last two centuries, it's no stretch of the imagination to conclude that the Rothschild's would at the very least be interested in a society begun by their founding father, and more than likely to embrace its ideals as a means to furthering and maintaining their financial power.

All this talk of secret societies and conspiracy theories about aims of conquering and taking over the world can weary even the staunchest of believers. The truth is: the web of deceit woven throughout history can easily been seen if one has the stamina to look. It's no easy feat to intellectually catalog the millions of pieces of information, nor is it any easier to put each piece together to create an accurate picture of all that is transpiring under one's nose. Such information has been carefully hidden in plain view, and can only be seen by those willing to look, while maintaining a resolve not to be distracted by the many plots and sub-plots planted for the purpose of redirecting attention.

I liken the actions of hiding in plain view to the popular hidden object computer games people play. The designers of these games create a page so cluttered with objects that may resemble the one being searched out, that it becomes very easy to allow your eyes to return again and again to the same wrong piece until finally time runs out. The first time a game is played, it may take a few tries until the player becomes successful. Eventually, the successful player becomes familiar with the logic used to design the game, and becomes adept at finding the hidden pieces. As each level of the game is played, the player becomes faster and faster at recognizing the information being searched.

When the subject of the Illuminati is brought into conversation, more often than not, the speaker is ridiculed and scoffed at, and becomes labeled a conspiracy theorist. So many of us behave as though the mere mention of a conspiracy is the precursor to mental instability. Fact: conspiracies do happen, and relatively quite often when governments, money, and power are involved. The definition of conspiracy is the agreement of two or more people to perform some illegal act. Fact: many documents drawn up by various agencies and departments in the US government have been either leaked to the public or willingly offered, which provide strong evidence of a multitude of conspiracies not previously known.

Arguments for and against conspiracy theories being accepted have been based on a particular set of beliefs. The first belief is that a theory is legitimate if it is generally accepted as credible, though not proven. It must have some sound evidence and be based on sound reasoning. A valid conspiracy theory must be considered plausible by the masses. The flip side of the valid conspiracy theory is the paranoid conspiracy theory. This is a theory that is considered extremely implausible, very unlikely to happen, and has been described as a belief in “a malevolent intention by some hidden power.”

Another belief about what constitutes a paranoid conspiracy theory as opposed to a valid one is the belief that such theories are not formulated in a “scientific” manner and therefore, no logic or reasoning is applied to them. Skeptics take the cold stance that if it isn't plausible to them, then it is a paranoid conspiracy theory. In other words, if it isn't nicey-nice, it's beyond their comprehension, therefore it must be a paranoid conspiracy theory.

Skeptics also claim that paranoid conspiracy theories are very appealing to the uncritical and unstable mind. Only irrational thinkers and those with psychological problems such as paranoia or delusional disorder would be engaged in actively taking such conspiracy theories under consideration. While it's true that those individuals suffering from psychological problems may be easily convinced to accept a conspiracy theory, it doesn't follow that all who examine such theories are suffering psychologically. It also doesn't follow that just because a theory sounds far-fetched, it can't have some truthful evidence backing it.

When speaking of the Illuminati and what is believed to be its long reach, certain personages are often linked to the organization. Since it's pretty much accepted that the modern day Illuminati have derived from the Rothschild family, and that the banking and investment houses both owned by and associated with them are the source of most conspiracies, we must then take a look at one of the events which may have benefited them the most.

The so called 9/11 Al-Qaeda attack on the US certainly can not be construed in any way to have benefited anyone other than the US government and the Rothschild family. Keeping in mind that the Bush family has many nefarious links to a multitude of conspiracies enacted during the last 70+ years, it isn't beyond belief that he would not only allow a loss of such magnitude, but actually be a part of the planning. It just depends from what angle one chooses to view the event.

The result of the “attacks” on the US served to unite Americans with a president only too eager to finish what his father had begun a decade earlier. The “War On Terrorism” served as a springboard to an all out physical war with Iraq based on a set of lies fed to the unsuspecting American citizens. Even then, “Conspiracy Theorists” were hard at work, pounding away at their keyboards in an effort to share their ideas of what truly had taken place on 9/11.

In the years following the event, numerous personal accounts which differed drastically from the official story made their way onto the internet. Major media outlets, owned by the Rothschilds, had worked hard to snuff any hint of inconsistencies during the days following the attacks, so there would be no audience provided through them for the retelling of these stories.

Steven E. Jones, known well within academic circles with an interest in physics, was not known by most average citizens of the United States. The day the World Trade Center came under attack, he was employed by Brigham Young University as a physics professor. He, like the rest of the world, watched the tragic events unfolding on the television. When the towers began to “topple”, his expert knowledge of physics argued with the credibility of what he was witnessing. He knew the whole world was watching and being fed a pack of absolutely impossible explanations for the collapsing buildings.

A little over four years later, he presented his views on the collapse of the World Trade Center, including not only the twin towers, but WTC 7. More than 60 attendees at the seminar heard how using emperical research, he came to the conclusion that the towers couldn't possibly have collapsed due to the jet impacts on September 11. In his opinion as a physics expert, the laws of mathematics and science simply do not support the given story, but rather, point to a controlled demolition as being the cause.

Even with a scholar and expert such as Steven E. Jones calling for an investigation, our government couldn't be swayed from their poorly constructed story. To this day, no real investigation of Jones' findings has been conducted.

Those who study the practices of secret societies such as the Illuminati will tell you that much of their mystery lies in the belief that they engage in rituals rich with magical symbols. Whether or not they truly possess any magical knowledge or powers isn't the issue. To modern man, the idea of magic being a real component to achieving success in an endeavor, is silly and primitive, based on superstition and not to be taken seriously. But to those who understand the power of ritual based activities, the enticement to participate is almost overwhelming. And if you're someone consumed with achieving ultimate power and control, you will be drawn to those organizations whose rituals and activities promise to reward your desires.

Recalling that President George H. W. Bush had alarmed me by one of his earlier speeches in which he had referenced a New World Order, I conducted a search of the internet for quotes. To say I was stunned by what I found is an understatement. President George H. W. Bush in his address before a joint session of the Congress, spoke of creating a New World Order out of the Persian Gulf Crisis. He also said, “Our interest, our involvement in the gulf, is not transitory. It pre-dated Saddam Hussein's aggression and will survive it.” The date of this address? September 11, 1990. http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Address_Before_a_Joint_Session_of_the_Congress_on_the_Persian_Gulf_Crisis_and_the_Federal_Budget_Deficit

If there's really any question with regards to the US government's view toward a New World Order, one need only take a look at another quote. Nebraska State Senator Peter Hoagland was speaking on a radio show in 1983 when he stated “Fundamental Bible-believing people do not have the right to indoctrinate their children in their religious beliefs because we, the state, are preparing them for the year 2000, when America will be part of a one-world global society and their children will not fit in.”

In light of the above few quotes, it can be assumed that survival of the Illuminati with a large membership of elitist type figures isn't out of the realm of possibilities. Given their penchant for mysteries and esoteric knowledge based rituals, one must question the coincidence of the Senior Bush's New World Order related quote and the fact that the events which ushered in the increased pace toward that end, both happened on September 11th.

What's even more interesting is Senator Hoagland's statement of timing for the agenda. He specifically stated that children were being prepared, by the government, for the year 2000, at which time it was expected that America would be a part of a one world global society. Furthermore, his remark about people not having the right to indoctrinate their children with their religious beliefs, underscores two more indications of the US government's possible involvement with those believed to be Illuminati, the first being that it is a goal of the Illuminati to abolish all religions. The second is just as unsettling because it is an outright admission that the US government has not considered Americans to have rights even where their children are concerned, since at least 1983.

At the close of the year 2000, those wishing to do so, had still not been able to orchestrate the establishment of the New World Order, and it's One World Government. The answer to the mysteries surrounding the 9/11 attacks lay in these quotes. What better way for Junior Bush to pick up where Senior Bush left off? The comments made referencing the New World Order on 9/11/1990 were contained in an address about our involvement and intentions toward the Muslim country of Iraq at that time.

Eleven years later, after not having achieved the results wished for by 2000, the US finds itself under “attack” by supposed Muslim terrorists who are purported to be Iraqi nationals. This event “coincidentally” takes place on September 11th.

Aside from legitimizing the US' intent to make war on a country rich in oil resources, it paved the way for the Tapi natural gas pipeline, financed by the Asian Development Bank, of which the US holds a whopping 12.756 % of the shares. The Tapi pipeline has been a project in the works since the 1990s. Only two months prior to the 9/11 attacks, US negotiations with the Taliban broke down, halting indefinitely the advancement of the pipeline construction project.

http://www.yousaytoo.com/pak-iran-pipeline-vs-tapi/227033

When it was first speculated that 9/11 may have been an inside job, mainstream America scoffed at those posing the questions. They became angry at what they felt was treasonous speech and labeled the speakers as psycho Conspiracy Theorists. The outraged had one recurring response to any suggestions of duplicity by our government. They wanted to know the Why? What could our government and those at its head, possibly have to gain by the murder of thousands of their own citizens? That question has been answered time after time over the last decade. How much more proof is needed to make Americans decide their freedom is more precious than their need to vegetate in front of a television watching some Rothschild owned network programmed to keep Americans uninformed? It's time for Americans to get off their butts and take responsible action.

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mslizzee 5 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

This is very interesting. You obviously have a great dislike for Bush, Rumsfield and probably Cheney and all conservatives and that may color your article. I remember when Bush Sr. was on TV and used the words,” New World Order”, and I shuddered and it totally destroyed my opinion of him. No matter what I think of Bush Jr. I absolutely believe he is a kind man, a good person and would never be part of murdering Americans by some devious conspiracy. I just don’t accept that.


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Terri Meredith 5 years ago from Pennsylvania Author

I voted straight ticket republican until Bush Sr came along, so no I'm not against all conservatives. First Daddy and then Jr. taught me a lesson. And you're right, I have a great dislike for him, but...I, too, think he can be very personable. That's the danger. People like his down home ways and miss what he's doing because they're too busy liking his personality. As far as Rumsfeld goes, I really didn't know much about him and his shananigans until I started doing some research on a few things and he's always involved in a not very good way. I know you read my hub on Aspartame. Rumsfeld was the one who pulled strings and cut corners to get it approved when he was in the Reagan administration. He lined his pockets off of millions of people who have become deathly ill. That SOB should be in jail. As far as Cheney goes, he's been involved in too much too. Let's not forget the whole Valerie Plame scandal. He and Bush were thick as thieves in that mess. They destroyed that woman's career and put people's lives in jeopardy, then lied to the American public so they could have their war. Conservatives have nothing to do with my dislike. That whole administration was corrupt. They did anything and everything for a buck at our expense.


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Cicero Jones 5 years ago from Third Rock

You have a good grasp about what is going on. I see you mentioned some points from the Bavarian Illuminati.

1. The abolition of monarchies and all ordered governments

2.The abolition of private property and inheritances

3.The abolition of patriotism and nationalism

4.The abolition of family life and the institution of marriage, and the establishment of communal education of children

5.The abolition of all religion

Have you been able to tie these together with the Communist Manifesto?

http://www.anu.edu.au/polsci/marx/classics/manifes...

"1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.

2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.

3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance.

4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.

5. Centralization of credit in the banks of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly.

6. Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the state.

7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state; the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.

8. Equal obligation of all to work. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.

9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of all the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the populace over the country.

10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children's factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production, etc."

Then for kicks, research the UN's charter. They read the same.

This list is very popular.

Just for more kicks, check out the probable ties with Aleister Crowley and Barbara Bush, Precsott Bush and Hitler, Aleister Crowley and the New Age and to give you some food for thought, go to this site with the view to the "New Age" and the UN... http://www.aquaac.org/


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Terri Meredith 5 years ago from Pennsylvania Author

Thanks for the comment, Cicero. In answer to your question...yes, I recognize the communist manifesto is simply another Illuminati tool for accomplishing their mission. I'm totally against the UN, as the organization is simply another step on the path to the New World Order (domination)with an entirely socialist agenda. Prescott Bush was literally a money launderer for Hitler, and helped to put him in place. The Bush-Harriman-Thyssen fiasco was outed in 1942, I believe, but the Bushes, through their son George H. W, continued to serve the Nazi's by creating the Nazi organization the CIA, which only served to protect hundreds of Nazi war criminals. As for Barbara and Crowley, so far I've only ever found rumor and innuendo. I need more hard evidence before I can form a good judgment on the issue. For now, I'm undecided.

Thank you for the links. I'm hoping others who read this hub and your comment, will go on to check out for themselves, the ideas and links provided,as well as finding the facts on their own.


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Cicero Jones 5 years ago from Third Rock

What a pleasure it is to talk with an educated person. From my perspective, you are moving in the right direction with this information. The U.N., the New Age, the One World Religion are all tied together and these other topics mentioned above are tied to and support (giving credibility) the coming totalitarian world regime.

The real world leaders (not the puppets you see running for any political office or who is in a gov position) have manufactured a counterfeit kingdom to mimic/mirror the one promised in the scriptures. Just two points of many to research.

1) Just as there where ten commandments that where written in stone (ref-Moses), so has the World Government with the Georgia Guidestones along with it's own "ten commandments". (I am going to presume that these are relatively well known so I won't add any links)

2) Just as there was an Arc of the Covenant, the Luciferian world leaders have manufactured their own "Arc of the Covenant". It has no cherubs on the lid, but this is the only difference in appearance. It was made from single plank of sycamore (research the occult significance of the sycamore tree) from Germany, has a hidden in plain sight pentagram and contains the Earth Charter.

Google "ark of hope" and see what comes up, but the official U.N. sponsored site is http://www.arkofhope.org/

These are two of MANY items the Luciferians have counterfeited to confuse and fool the world's population, particularly Christians.

Your last comment "I'm hoping others who read this hub ..., will go on to check out for themselves, the ideas and links provided,as well as finding the facts on their own." is exactly the point in all this. The battle for your mind continues...


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KT Banks 5 years ago from Texas

I'm SO thankful to have found this hub. I'm going to take some time and research a lot of what you and Cicero have mentioned.

To me, checking out "conspiracies" just means you have a mind of your own. I can't stand it when people become so narrow minded that they just want to follow a particular political party, and never try to be objective.

I certainly don't know everything, but I know enough to question everything. The One World thing has always worried me. Thanks for writing this!


RobSchneider 5 years ago

"Prescott Bush was literally a money launderer for Hitler, and helped to put him in place. The Bush-Harriman-Thyssen fiasco was outed in 1942, I believe, but the Bushes, through their son George H. W, continued to serve the Nazi's by creating the Nazi organization the CIA, which only served to protect hundreds of Nazi war criminals." That one verifiable fact should be enough to bring the whole evil edifice down, but it's been well hidden.


Chellooo 4 years ago

Wow, you guys are really seriously troubled.


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Terri Meredith 4 years ago from Pennsylvania Author

Yes, we are...troubled over the path our country's leaders are taking us. Troubled over the fact that so few people seem to understand what is transpiring under their very noses. Troubled that so few people who DO recognize the truth are too wrapped up in their private superficial troubles that they don't bother to take action to help stem the tide. We are greatly troubled by the impending end to the world as we know it, and fearful of the "New World" where individuality and human rights are trampled.


Mklow1 3 years ago

I am so glad I stumbled upon this Hub. It is well written and well researched. I look forward to reading more of your work.


Phantism 2 years ago

Well what's your plan to try and stop this??

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