posted on Oct, 12 2003 @ 01:01 PM
Greetings debate observers, judges, and my soon-to-be bewildered opponent, Ktpktpr. I will show that the "The Project for a New American Century"
aims to bring about a new world world order on this earth. I'm actually very pleased to be taking this position in our debate, I am after all a great
admirer of the PNAC, and do indeed look forward to their plans.
Any student of history can easily step back, review the great tapestry of human story, and observe the slow societal evolution toward a one-world
government. Given the stress amongst ethnic groups, the financial chaos of multiple regional equity markets and currency exchanges, and territorial
disputes, it's clear that humanity's last-best hope is for an orderly one-world government. The only remaining question is, what form should this
new global oversight take?
History has also given us great experience with multiple forms of governance from oppressive monarchies to free and open communal tribes. In the end,
given the great depth of experience observable from the twenty-first century, one form of governance remains as the clear and logical choice for the
future of all humanity, capitalist democracy, the system of the United States of America. Given today's world events, many will argue that the
American system is riddled with corruption and greed. Indeed, strong arguments can be made, however, that is not our topic here, is it? Nor is it any
concern of the PNAC when fashioning their lofty and noble goals for humanity. Every form of capital governance has the potential for corrupt leaders
to take advantage of the citizenry, however, only a free-market capitalist democracy has the built-in self-correcting checks and balances necessary
for long-term societal advance.
The PNAC strives to help Americans understand our responsibility as the sole-remaining global super-power to continue our forward momentum and shape a
new world order that is built upon our ideals. Such an "NWO" would experience reduced territorial strife, increased quality of life, greater
involvement in representational government, fair-and-balanced justice, freedom of faith, and most important, global personal liberty.
So as I conclude my opening statement, yes indeed, the PNAC is organizing their opinion, influence and efforts to plant the important seeds of
evolution that will bring about an American-centric new world order under a global free-market capitalist democracy. And I say, it cannot be soon
Edit:LOL.No links in opening or closing statements.
[Edited on 12-10-2003 by John bull 1]