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basiclly... what is the NWO?

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posted on Mar, 21 2005 @ 04:17 PM
well i have been hearing a lot about the NWO lately and i know that its something unpleasant and has something to do with the freemasons and the illumiti or whatever that eye on the back of the dollar bill is but,what is the NWO?

posted on Mar, 21 2005 @ 04:20 PM
There has been many discussions on this topic. I suggest you try the ATS search, you willfind what you seek.

posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 12:46 PM
ill tell you dude. ok basically the NWO is the New World Order. supposedly George W. Bush is the leader or one of the leaders of this group. i am a believer in the NWO for several reasons. if you have more questions on this topic, just send me a U2U.

posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 12:50 PM
covered numerous times,
read through all the FSME threads and read some of the best discussion covered throughout ATS. Also, check out a thread on ATSNN under "opinion and editorial" called the "real new world order".

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions

posted on Mar, 26 2005 @ 08:09 AM
NWO stands for New World Order. It has been mentioned by many people both in power and not in power. There seems to be some confusion about what it means but I think it's pretty clear that it means a global government and I think this government will be created by the UN.
There's a documentary called UN Future that mentions this. It might be worth watching if you're interested.

posted on Mar, 26 2005 @ 08:44 AM
New World Order - Political

The term New World Order has been used several times in recent history, referring to what appeared to be a dramatic change in world political thought and the balance of power.

While a similar phrase (Novus Ordo Seclorum, in fact a quotation from Vergil) appears in Latin on the back of the U.S. one dollar bill, the phrase "New World Order" was first widely used by Woodrow Wilson in the period just after World War I, during the formation of the League of Nations. The "war to end all wars" had been a powerful catalyst in international politics, and many felt the world could simply no longer operate as it once had. The term fell from use when it became clear the League was creating nothing of the sort, and was used very little during the formation of the United Nations. (Although some have claimed the phrase was not used at all, Virginia Gildersleeve, the sole female delegate to the San Francisco Conference in April of 1945, did use it in an interview with the New York Times).

More recently it was used for a while after the end of the Cold War by many people, notably former U.S. President George H. W. Bush. Many felt the end of the Cold War would have dramatic effects on the international balance of power, including the hope that the end of the Cold War would usher in a new era of international co-operation through the United Nations.

The term has developed pejorative meanings. Certain American right-wing groups such as the John Birch Society have long used the phrase to warn about the United Nations' emerging character as a world government. The left-wing may prefer to use it to promote an image of the United States as a bully which no longer has to answer to anyone, and which uses the situation to extend its influence. Thus, extension of the NATO pact to regions in eastern Europe, the Kosovo War, the war in Iraq, and isolation of small "unbending" nations are all seen as examples of this bullying attitude. The elder Bush's use of the term "New World Order" was picked up as a convenient catchphrase to symbolize this attitude.

Closely related terms, the "New International Economic Order" and the "New International Information Order" were popular in the United Nations and its specialized agencies (especially UNESCO) in the 1970s and 1980s. They were used mainly by developing country groups (e.g. the G-77, the Non-Aligned Movement) to refer to the redistribution of wealth on a global scale, and the international control of the media to stop the "defamation" of third world countries. Western countries attacked these plans as an attempt to destroy capitalism and freedom of speech; and they were quietly dropped in the 1980s after Western countries threatened to withdraw from United Nations bodies. (The U.S. and UK made good on this threat by withdrawing from UNESCO; both have since rejoined.)

New World Order - Conspiracy Theory

The term New World Order refers to a belief or conspiracy theory among apocalyptic religious and various political groups, especially in the United States, that some powerful secret group has created a secret plan, known as the New World Order (NWO), to rule the world via a world government. The belief may stem – at least partly – from the phrase New World Order, which has been used in politics for much of the Twentieth Century.

There are a number of different ideologies related to this belief; some groups are religiously motivated, and believe that the agents of Satan are involved. There are others without a religious perspective on the matter, known as Illuminus. They operate outside of social, legal and political restraint, gathering information and evidence on world events that are considered instigated by another group of illuminated individuals called the Illuminati. While the Illuminati supposedly work behind the scenes to create conditions favorable to a New World Order, the illuminus gather evidence and take direct action, influencing groups to prevent the New World Order attaining a foothold. These illuminus believe that the totalitarian society has already arrived in a subtle form.

The understanding of these believers is that the NWO will be created by a military coup, using UN and American troops, against all the nations of the world to bring about the One World Government.

Other perspectives on this matter relate to globalization and various intellectual movements evolved from Marxist "internationalist" ideology, such as Social Democracy and Socialism, aiming to homogenize cultures and values by political normalization, as pointed out in the European Union's gradual "communautarian construction" scheme of a common economic and legal framework for all countries. Some political groups, such as the Club of Rome and the Socialist International (to which the French, British and German parliamentary Left-wing parties belong), openly advocate these goals.

Some predictions made by users of this term of events that will occur under the NWO include:

  • The abolition of private property rights and gun ownership
  • World-wide perequation under UN control
  • All national and local elections controlled by the UN
  • The US constitution replaced by the UN charter
  • Only approved religions will be allowed to exist – as parts of the One World Religion, or alternatively mandatory secularism with all religions made illegal
  • Interdiction of politically incorrect opinions by UN laws and charters, such as statements deemed discriminatory, critical of minorities, anti-feminist, anti-homosexual or illiberal
  • Home schooling will be illegal and there will be a UN-approved curriculum
  • Even more radical perspectives fear military bases will be turned into concentration camps to confine those who defy the NWO, as prisoners of opinion.
Although the UN is often used as a central figure in these actions, sometimes Jews, Communists, extra-terrestrials – typically "The Greys" – the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group, Freemasons, the Illuminati, and similar bodies are included in the conspiracy.


Robertson, Pat. (1991). The New World Order. Dallas: Word Publishing. ISBN 0-8499-3394-3 (pbk.)

posted on Mar, 26 2005 @ 09:36 AM
The term, "new world order" was first coined by H. G. Wells, a member of the Fabian Society, a known socialist and the author of several famous novels such as "The War of the Worlds", "The Invisible Man", etc.

In 1940, he wrote and published a book, coincidentally, called The New World Order. Though, the origin of his coined term came from his least-known work from 1929, The Open Conspiracy (based on his other works, A Year of Prophesying and The Way The World Is Going), a long discourse of how man should shape the world according to his "socialist-international" visions by getting rid of the past's old ways and old traditions in order to create a new future, new ways, new traditions for mankind.

The New World Order, by H.G. Wells

A list of H.G. Wells' works, half are geared toward new world order subjects:

The Fabian Society, still exist today, is a socialist/Marxist think tank. Although today's Fabians won't tell you that or even deny that it is, the philosophy of the Fabian Society is clearly in line with the philosophy of Marx and the promotion of international socialism. The Fabian Society is closely affiliated with the Labour Party of England, though generally independent of any political party by claiming itself as a "free-thinking" think tank.

posted on Mar, 26 2005 @ 09:46 AM
Read the long post under this topic. Every author a 33d degree Freemason. Freemasons, spare me the "Higher degrees are ceremonial...", I've heard it and don't buy it.

Where this plan came from, by the same authors:

J.D. Buck; The Genius of Freemasonry; Page 36:
If the sincere and thoughtful Mason would "take notice" of the symbolism and the use made everywhere in the Lodge of the word "Light", and remember that the real Initiates are called also "the Illuminati", (Sons of Light), those who are illumined, and who in turn illuminate

Manly P. Hall; Lectures On Ancient Philosophy; Page 409:
...its purpose is to impress upon the reader's mind the philosophical and political situation in Europe at the time of the inception of the Masonic order. A philosophic clan, as it were, which had moved across the face of Europe under such names as the "Illuminati" and the "Rosicrucians," had undermined in a subtle manner the entire structure of regal and sacerdotal

Foster Bailey; The Spirit of Masonry; Pages 20-21:
Little as it may be realised by the unthinking Mason who is interested only in the outer aspects of the Craft work, the whole fabric of Masonry may be regarded as an externalisation of that inner spiritual group whose members, down the ages, have been the Custodians of the Plan, and as Those to Whom has been committed the working out of the will of God for the race of men.
They can be known ... as the Masters of the Wisdom for They are skilled in the divine ways and have mastered the arts and sciences which Their fellowmen have yet to master. They are the Dispensers of Light and to Them has been given, by virtue of Their achievement, the privilege and the authority to pronounce the great Masonic formula: 'Let there be light' and to evoke the response: 'And there was LIGHT'.
They are therefore sometimes known as the Illuminati and can direct the searchlight of truth wherever its beams are needed to guide the pilgrim on his way.

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