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Gordon Brown sees 'new world order

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posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:23 AM
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Gordon Brown sees 'new world order


www.news.com.au

BRITISH Prime Minister Gordon Brown says that the current financial crisis should be viewed as an opportunity to create a "new global order", ahead of a week of meetings with world leaders.
Speaking in London, Mr Brown - due to meet the leaders of Japan, South Korea and China in the next seven days - renewed a warning against protectionism, urging countries to instead help set "new rules for this new global order".

Mr Brown, who will also meet the president of the World Bank, cautioned that if a consensus was not built supporting globalisation, "all our prosperities" would be imperiled.

He has previously argued for stronger international co-operation better to regulate financial institutions, and said on Monday that he wanted to work towards better cross-border regulation at a summit of the Group of 20 industrialised and developing countries in London in April.

His speech came just days after official data confirmed Britain was in its first recession - defined as two quarters running of negative economic growth - since 1991.

"We face a choice. We could allow this crisis to start a retreat from globalisation," Mr Brown said in his speech.

"As some want, we could close our markets - for capital, financial services, trade and for labour - and reduce the risks of globalisation, but that would reduce global growth, deny us the benefits of global trade, and confine millions to global poverty.

"Or we could view the threats and challenges we face today as the difficult birth pangs of a new global order, and our task now as nothing less than making the transition through a new internationalism to the benefits of an expanding global economy, not muddling through as pessimists but making the necessary adjustment to a better future and setting new rules for this new global order."

Mr Brown's spokesman Michael Ellam said that the premier would meet South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-Soo and Japanese premier Taro Aso, as well as World Bank chief Robert Zoellick at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos on Friday.

He is also set to meet Chinese premier Wen Jiabao in London later this week.
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posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:23 AM
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Funny how more and more leaders are coming out and saying that a new world order is in the winds of change.

this new global order is just another way of taking what little freedom we have left.

they have bankrupted their countries and will next try to bankrupt the peoples spirits
wasnt the last one calling for a new world order called Hitler



www.news.com.au
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posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:29 AM
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Slowly but surely the world powers are lubing up the giant probe.

A little talk here and there plus a little pillow talk to set the mood and soon the whole world will be on board for this "new global order". Dare he say the dreaded NWO phrase. The NGO is totally different


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posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown not only sees but he ie also one of the main promoters of the NWO



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:39 AM
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Look I know this guy is in on it all.
The NWO.
But the sad part is, now every time a politician even uses the word "Order", its going to be used to refer to the NWO.
And the NWO which many Politicians have completely different ideas of.

It gets rather confusing.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:43 AM
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maybe the NWO is a good thing and if we can get some kind of Global balance it might be better for future generations....



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:45 AM
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This all make me want to believe that all of these bankruptcies and bank failures etc., and corporate malfeasance is just a fabrication to force "We the People" to succumb to the "New Global Order".

Obama wants all of us to believe that the Government is the only entity that can solve this problem. Just sit back, relax and let "Uncle Sam" take care of everything.

I know it sounds like a foolish notion but, everyday something shows up in the news and all of the cards just seem to fall into place. It all smells like the perfect set up.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 07:48 AM
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Originally posted by booda

maybe the NWO is a good thing and if we can get some kind of Global balance it might be better for future generations....


How could you possibly think that. A small select group of peopling controlling the world could never result in a balance. No country could 'balance' a NWO consisting of EU and North America.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 09:38 AM
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Eventually, it will have to come to pass. Trade and communication technologies already defy borders and regulations set in place by any one singular nation. As other technologies mature and proliferate, it will be harder to regulate them in today's current governmental structure. What is to happen when humanity furthers their reach into space and begins setting up colonies? What is to happen if humanity makes contact with alien civilizations? What is to happen when humanity breeches the barrier between physical space and cyber space?

I think we will eventually have to adopt a one world governmental system simply out of necessity. Whether or not the time to start moving in such a direction is now, is hard to say. I certainly don't blame those who think it would be of a great benefit to mankind if we were to do so.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 10:31 AM
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Is that all Prime Ministers in Britain talk about?



A New world order ran by Britain would be the most incompetent new world order ever.

I would rather have a new world order by the USA and Russia and Western European Democracies. We'd create an excellent team.

I would rather not have a world government as envisioned by Britain mind you.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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agree with the last poster



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 03:58 PM
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No, sometimes they claim that they have saved the world, or that they will protect British jobs while opening the floodgates to immigrants.

I am curious why you think that Britain would do a bad job in running the world? We did a find and dandy job the last time we did, until we sacrificed our Empire to fight off Hitler...

Anyway, as for this supposed "NWO", I am alsways curious as to why they didn't do it in the past when they had more control over the world and people were much more subdued. Why wait until the 21st Century when the amount of nations has trippled and people are better educated and informed?

The standard NWO model that the US based conspiracy nuts espouse seems woefully flawed.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 04:21 PM
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I'm british through and through and i wouldnt trust gordon brown as far as i could throw him.

I dont think the uk should/could or would lead a new world order, we practically did it once and we totally screwed it up. Lets look at it this way, if a NWO is declared the only people that are going to benefit from it are the people at the top of the pile. We will be stomped on like insects, lets face it ... we're already treated like mushrooms (kept in the dark and fed s**t).

Our future is already decided, and its not going to be good.......





posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by jibeho
This all make me want to believe that all of these bankruptcies and bank failures etc., and corporate malfeasance is just a fabrication to force "We the People" to succumb to the "New Global Order".


Quite insightful but more than obvious to anybody who's been keeping track of things lately, I'd say (especially those tracking the NWO developments). Fellow NWO-watchers, please correct me if I'm wrong.

And yes, Brown (and any other UK PM) has always been following this NWO plan and promoting the whole idea in the best way they can. That's why the UK is really THE top police state (I'm not aware of any other "free" nation being even close to them).



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 04:53 PM
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I hope that, after all of the effort, that the New World Order is better than the Old World Chaos.

Ultimately, whether by local or global authorities, your life is being and will continue to be ruled according to the laws set by others. Why is this Global Order going to be any more draconian than the rules we currently operate under?



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 05:15 PM
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I wouldnt put much credence into what Gordon Brown says, he talks out of his backside most of the time. He is yesterdays man, or will be very soon at the next General Election.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 05:55 PM
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Originally posted by thymisou
That's why the UK is really THE top police state (I'm not aware of any other "free" nation being even close to them).


Hmm, if we're talking all nations, the UK is far from the "TOP police state". I can name quite a few that beat us hands down.

Out of democratic nations, that title is also debateable. To call the UK a Police State is to be ignorant of what a Police State actually is.

CCTV camera's monitoring traffic and town centres is not a police state.

We don't have armed police manning checkpoints.

We don't routinely get stopped and asked to produce "our papers".

We barely have any police on the streets at any given time.

We don't have scores of people thrown in jail over their political beliefs.

We don't need permission to travel, bar the usual Visa nonsense.

In fact, any which way you look at it, the UK isn't a police state. All the fuss over it being one seems to be rooted in a fear of CCTV camera's. Out of ALL the camera's in the UK, a meager 5% belong to any king of authority. The rest are privately owned to protect business and homes.



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:06 PM
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good point



posted on Jan, 26 2009 @ 11:22 PM
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Originally posted by stumason
Anyway, as for this supposed "NWO", I am alsways curious as to why they didn't do it in the past when they had more control over the world and people were much more subdued.


I guess they going by the boiled frog theory. To do it in the past would have meant that a lot of changes would have had to occur too fast. It took a lot of time to slowly and gently implement their changes. They had to do it this way, or people would have clued on.

"New Global Order"


Who is he trying to fool.


The fact is the same people who orchestrated our "global financial crisis" are using it as an excuse to seize control of the entire world.

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posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 05:43 AM
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mmm, yes, so-so.

Let me correct: obviously there's no police state in the strict sense, like you described. But you must be aware that the state is very eager to monitor you, openly or (especially) covertly. I lived up there for five years and I can give you first-hand experiences, if you want, being a foreigner.

So, I was saying the govt is very eager to monitor you and keep tabs on everybody. There have been so many attempts by your governments to officially gnaw at your privacy in some rather alarming ways. Over the last years I've heard lots of stories about XYZ legislation being proposed which made my skin creep. You have to be aware of those, right?



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