posted on Jul, 10 2006 @ 11:32 AM
This thread started by the FSME Infinite discusses what the NWO is:
However, it breifly covers it as a way of introduction.
I think it is a good idea to discuss the topic anew.
As far as I can tell, the New World Order starts as a book by HG Wells, wherein a futuristic socialist world state is created as a utopia, Wells was
writting in favour of such a thing, the books intent apparently was to promote the idea (I haven't read the book myself though). I don't know if
the phrase existed before Wells.
The Nazis were opposed to a New World Order. After their defeat they were seen as having to tried to create the New World Order.
That should show just how malleable the term is.
Bush the elder of course, famously, stated that we were at the threshold of a "new world order", however, lets keep in mind that that was after the
fall of the Soviet Union, the world had been bi-polar, and was now uni-polar, Bush the elder seems to have be refering to that and how the world's
geo-strategic power structures would naturally change because of this.
For along while people in the far right thought that the UN was going to abolish the US Constitution and destroy national boundaries in the creation
of a global state with the UN at its head.
Today many people think that the far right and people like Bush the younger are the ones trying to create a New World Order by becomming dictator of
the US and then using the US as an enforcer of his global policies.
The Illuminati are deserving of special note, as it was said in the original Church created propaganda against them that they wanted to "destroy all
nations and religions", which is essentially what the NWO is seen as by people on the right.