posted on Dec, 4 2004 @ 09:10 PM
This is my own personal opinion/theory of how the NWO will play out, and what will happen to it. Soft or severe criticisms are more than welcome. It
is simple what I feel is the most feasible option, one with the best possibility for success of all mankind.
I don’t believe the NWO is a cataclysmic, wold-ending scenario. I don’t think the world leaders have even an inkling of what is going to happen and
where they’re heading, and I certainly don’t think aliens or demons are behind it. I don’t think it will kill off half the population and subjugate
the remaining half. What I DO think is this.
The world has existed in one way or another for millennia. Ages ago, it empires, ruled by almighty, god-empowered men fought each other for supremacy
o. As man progressed, we moved towards wider spreading empires, leaving the fertile city-state grounds of the rivers, and moving out to all areas,
land and sea. Trade blossomed, languages and measures and monetary means were devised among all peoples. Science, philosophy, and the arts grew to
After the fall of the great empires, we came upon a world ruled by nations. Religion and nationalism were the ruling sentiments. Still, power was
consolidated in one single man, head of church or head of state. But, slowly, we progressed. Wars were waged. The globe was explored. The printing
press was invented. And, eventually, the state overpowered the church, and your country was your home. Capitalism sprung up, and we fought and
fought and fought. And we talked, treaties here and treaties there. And then we come to today. The nations exist in an unstable ‘equilibrium’ of
power. Not an equilibrium in wealth, or power, but an equilibrium of stability. There is no utter and complete domination by one, consolidated
And so, here is what can, should, and if everyone plays their cards right, will happen. Things stay the way they are, for now. We continue, as
nations, to compete, to to work together, to fight, to make peace, to argue to agree. No conflict will ever get too out of hand, because any one
global power can destroy all the others. MAD, Mutually Assured Destruction. And so we exist in an unstable equilibrium. The competition and
coexistence among nations serves a dual purpose. As separate partners, each nation focuses their own efforts inward. We do better than them, they
push their own effort to best us, and so on and so forth. And thus is the entire community profits, not from everything, but from themselves as a
result of each other.
The other is the weeding out of bad seeds. When a rogue nation rises, or a terrorist group shows itself, when a disease annihilates an entire people,
it threatens that unstable balance. Not to everyone, not at once, but every instance weakens the global community that much. It is in every nations
best interest, eventually, to combat the societal evils of the world, and to make the world safe for cohabitation amongst the world’s beings. The War
on Terrorism must be fought. Maybe not now, maybe not for 50 years, but it must be fought. AIDS in Africa must be fought. The Earth as a whole
cannot afford to let these problems persist, and neither can the individual nations.
The inherent problem is, of course, how to do this all. The budget needs to be managed, economic growth needs to be encouraged. Only by successful
manipulation of the entire, global economy can you properly support your nation. Science, the arts, creativity, they have to be free to
flourish. Every single thought, idea, process, and creation contributes directly to the advancement of society. New techniques need to be embraced,
and the future needs to be focused on.
And, eventually, we grow together. With the aid of the global economy, the internet, diplomacy, and whatever else we come up with, all the remaining
nations will have progressed to the point where they will find it is in their best interests to exist under one flag. As nations, we can further our
society; as a planet, we can further humanity. United under a single government, every nation retains their sovereignty, their culture, their
language their customs. The Global Government serves as the highest authority. County, state, nation, globe. Each serves its own realm. The Global
Government will seek universal opportunity and capability, knowledge and education in all areas, the understanding of anything we come across, the
continued happiness and prosperity of all mankind, and the further advancement of humanity, beyond Earth, as far as we can take us.
The room for error is great. One leader gone awry, one government too harsh or too lax, one storm too big, one fact ignored, any of a thousand things
can ruin our chances, but we must, we must persist, we must triumph. We cannot fail.
"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." - Winston Churchill