posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 04:51 PM
Think of it like a chess game. The players carefully place their pieces in strategic positions, ready for attack or defense. Then, eventually, one
of two things happens. A player makes a horrible blunder which the opposing player exploits; or, one of the players has finally developed his
position enough to launch an attack. Either way, it ends in checkmate.
The "New World Order" does exist. It's placing its pieces in strategic positions, ready for our side to make some kind of mistake.
Before his death, Cecil Rhodes created a secret society with a classic structure. Each "circle" of membership takes orders from someone from a
higher level, speaking only to one superior officer. In this manner, even the group's own members (with the exception of those at the very core)
will never have a complete list of membership, or even know how deep it goes. Many of them will think that they are actually at the center of
command, even though they're among the farthest from it.
But if it's so secret, some people might ask, how do we know about it? Because there's always an insider to blow the whistle. Carroll Quigley was
a professor of history at Georgetown University, and mentor to Bill Clinton. He had access to the secret papers and records of this secret society,
which we can call the Roundtable Group, and wrote a book about it, entitled Tragedy and Hope. The book was never intended to be read by the general
public--after all, Quigley agreed with the objectives of the group--but rather, he meant it to be a historical record for insiders. But people
started getting ahold of it and saying "Wow! This guy's blowing the whistle on all this stuff!" Eventually, the book was suppressed (though it is
now available again).
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is the American "Roundtable Group." While the CFR is not a "secret" society, it is controlled by one
(though many of its members may not be aware of this fact). About 80% of the leaders in this country (elected officials, professors at universities,
owners of media networks and newspapers, journalists, etc.) are or have been members of the CFR.
The goal of these Roundtable Groups (including CFR) is to build world government based on the principles of collectivism.
They will not be the actual government. They prefer to work in the shadows. Instead, they will use their massive influence to control the government
which comes into power. This government will be the United Nations.
The International Monetary Fund/World Bank are already working very hard to control world economies. They work very carefully with the Federal
Therefore, it can be said that all the necessary pieces are already in place. It will be fairly simple now for the NWO, in the form of the UN (with
control from the Roundtable Groups) to rise to full power.
All that is necessary is for the people to let it happen. Of course, this won't be too difficult for these powerful people. Every day, the (CFR
controlled) media reports on terrifying events.
War is always a big one. Between fear and a sense of "patriotic duty," people become more willing to give up freedom in times of war.
But one of the goals is to end war through world government.
Environmentalism and terrorism have been used to get people to give up freedom and liberty.
People are becoming more and more scared. Some of them don't even know what they're scared of--they just are. This is the perfect climate for world