I have heard Pat Buchanan talk about the New World Order my question is does he mean it the sameway that Alex Jones does ? Maybe I don't understand
but Pat Buchanan did work for Presidents Nixon Ford and Reagan why does he admire and respect these Pesidents if Alex Jones says the Presidents are
Puppets of the New World Order ? Well how does Pat Buchanan believe that there will be a New World Order yet still work for Presidents ?
2000 - Pat Buchanan's definition of the New World Order
Of course he is talking about the same NWO. In the interview in 1993 the Trilateral Commission is explained as part of the CFR that is actually part
of the Rockefeller and elites organization. He denies being a part of it and the other guy says he isn't but would love to be. They speak about NAFTA
and Globalism. Comments are made about how people make fools of themselves when they believe their is a two party system in Washington. Obviously
there isn't. This was in 1993.
After listening to the Alex Jones interview moves some of the same issues up to date and how much has been accomplished in such a short time. David
Rockefeller has openly admitted he wants to have the NAU and do away with the US. Don't forget he founded the Trilateral CommissiSo I really don't
understand your question and what is the point of the question is. The only real difference is the tone of the interview.
Alex Jones did not coin the phrase New World Order, he uses it because the elite use that phrase. The difference though is that Pat Buchanan does not
have the same animosity towards the New World Order that Alex Jones has, or otherwise Buchanan probably would not have worked for them. But it
oftentimes happens that insiders to the inner circle become disgusted by the mentality of the elite and so they go public by talking about things they
may not be supposed to talk about.
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