From what I've researched in history is that the so-called NWO of today is nothing but more re-enforcement of the same Old World Order that's been
around since the very beginnings of human civilization...The Old World Order was based primarily on the concept of "Divine Right to Rule" & spent a
lot of effort & time in controlling their populations. This is why there has been so many revolts down through the ages...
For example, in Mesopotamia, the Preisthood ruled...They had access to a wide variety in their diets while the "commoners survived almost exclusively
on bread & onions. The Preisthood also oversaw virtually all aspects of life for the commoners, right down to ditch-digging for the irrigatoin canals
& "renting out" their own prostitutes. Also one of their problems was that Mesopotamians never actually unified as a single geo-political unit,
pretty much squabbling with each other most of the time. Rule in each city was through one "high priest" known as the En, but delegated authority
through lesser priests who also administrated secular concerns.
In Egypt, the power for both religion & secular concerns rested in the hands of Pharoah...Even though Egypt was the first nation to unify, Pharoah was
still considered to be a god in human incarnation & ruled as such. However, the rule under Pharoah was somewhat different than in Mesopotamia in that
Pharoah was expected to protect Egypt from the "forces of Chaos" while providing a stable "power of Order." Rulership was more concerned with the
struggle between Chaos & Order, rather than Good & Evil. Thus Pharoah was more expected to put food surplus in storage for the relatively few times
that the Nile innundations weren't so good...So Pharoah was dedicated to the People of Egypt more than the Priesthoods of Mesopotamia were to their
People. Yes, there were exceptions amidst the numerous dynasties, but the Pharoah was aware that his rule depended more on the support of the
People...If he failed to stave off Chaos, he left Egypt weak to invasion or complex breakdowns of social infrastructures.
Even the European Monarchy, the Chinese Dynasties and many others carried on the "Divine connections with rulers" all throughout history...Yet in
every case, such structures of rulership decays & falls in time. Even the relatively free Democracy of the Classical Greek Era collapsed, mostly
through political manuevering inherent in the period known as the Athenian Hegemony (the alliance known as the Delian League). They also built up some
political disagreements with Sparta during & after the Persian invasion that sped up the collapse of Greek Democracy.
Yet, when the Constitutional Republic of America was first formed, it really was a step up from the concept of Divine Right to Rule...It really did
represent a New World Order in that it put the People in charge of the government for the first time in history. Is it any wonder that the Old World
Order/Divine Right supporters saw it as a threat to their own power? Is it any wonder that they would work so hard & so long to corrupt the new
nation? Why else do national leaders still proclaim that "God is on our side" while still enforcing the Old World Order on an international
So, what's wrong with the NWO? They are not
creating anything new...They've been doing nothing less than stagnating the social evolution of
nations all over the world. With the advancement of sciences & technologies, they've merely become more efficient
in the practice of control
while moving the program of social stagnation up to the world-wide scale.