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New Observations About The New World Order From My Travels

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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 09:49 PM
I write this post assuming that most people know that the idea of a new World Order is out in the open now---no longer a conspiracy, but part of the fabric of political life, already the culture of many countries, the deepest hopes of U.S. Progressives---and now going by the name of many things---globalism--for one, and involving many factions, including the Deep State.

It is currently the battle ground between patriots and globalists, here, in what was once a country based upon and modeled after the deepest hopes of our rational and brilliant forefathers.

I have done a great deal of traveling this past year, spending weeks in post-communist countries, collectivist countries, emerging countries and democracies like India.

I have some observations I'd like to make about what I'm seeing. These are just my observations, of course, and whether they relate to the empirical plans of the elitist cabal is for you to decide.

1) I just returned from Sweden, Denmark and Norway and I think it's safe to say that the model for the NWO is Scandinavia. I couldn't help but see Obama's dreams modeled in these three countries: the highest taxes in the world, welfare states, obedient and compliant citizens, clean, modern, rational, pleasant, mostly cashless, sound green policies, bike riding citizenry.

I was surprised by my own admiration of how clean and quiet these countries seemed to be. I began to wonder if they hadn't gotten something fundamentally right: no one seemed as stressed and unhappy as we seem to be in America. And why were they always voted the happiest people in the world?

No student loans, five weeks paid vacation, generous retirements, free health care until the age of 18, unbelievable parental leave, seriously good daycare centers, equality in the workplace---there are Utopian themes running through these country's veins.

But there is no such thing as perfect. There is high unemployment, an aging population, malaise, lack of initiative and unbelievable levels of conformity. While Sweden has brought us things like Skype and IKEA, you cannot compare the kind of creativity and output there to a place like America.

And while this is not a pro-America rant, I was very intent on seeing the ways in which Socialist-like countries adhere to a wayward agenda that was meant to enslave unknowing citizens rather than encourage them to realize their own potential.

I started reading about how and why these socialist tendencies were set in Scandinavia, and I'm certain that they come from the same place they sprung up in America.

It is something I am still pondering.

Important to note that the family is not the nucleus is Scandinavian society. The state is. Children are taught to become independent of the family at an early age. It is difficult for me to imagine a world where human bonds, compassion and love take a back seat to the state and collectivism.

2) Apartment buildings being built everywhere all of the time---everywhere I go. It's so pervasive that I can't even do this item justice in words. You'd have to see it to believe it. I believe this stems from Agenda 2020/2030 and their concerted effort to drive people into cities. The small, rural towns in Scandinavia are dying just as ours are. Pick any country in the world and you'll find this is true.

And no one anywhere is doing anything about it. Money is not being given to rural areas to revive them and bring life to those areas where people choose to live a more sedate and rural life.

3) Relentless immigration. I believe one of the most important tenets of the NWO is to dilute patriotism and nationalism by forcing people to live together. This is a huge progressive tenet and when you're in Europe it is patently obvious what is going on. It's most obvious in Scandinavia because they've never been known as one of the great melting pots of the world. Everyone is blonde or brown haired with blue eyes and so an immigrant wearing a scarf over her head and a long black dress sticks out quite a bit more than in a city like New York.

In airports across the world there are seemingly hundreds of kinds of people walking through terminals in numbers I've never seen before.

Right now in Houston, the apartment complex I'm visiting is a testament to the acceptance of Americans to a new mode of living. Houston is the most diverse city in the US and this apartment complex is about less than half white and the rest a true diversity of people---especially Asian and Muslim.

Anyone who calls Americans racists should spend a day in Houston where people from all over the world converge and work and live side by side.

I am not against immigration, but I am against the elitist cabal that does not have to live with the more serious consequences of immigration (like certain neighborhoods of Stockholm where there are serious problems). Forcing a country to extinguish their patriotism or way of life is not a way to meld the world.

4) Forced Globalism: I read recently that having the same stores and restaurants everywhere would make the slaves of the NWO more comfortable in their city apartments around the world.

McDonalds in Cuzco, Peru, 7-11 across from Tivolli Gardens in Copenhagen, you can't escape the repetitive landscapes no matter where you are in the world---the complete take over of the multi-national corporations. This is one of the saddest parts of globalism for me---seeing cultures and traditions destroyed----that's what makes the world beautiful. People all over are getting fatter, the streets are full of chain stores, young people are yakking on their cell phones and watching the Kardashians on TV.

As a person that honors authenticity above all else, I hate to see this. The western world is spreading its materialisism,brainwashing people into thinking that stuff is more important than what they've created themselves as a society, whether it's family bonds, ancient crafts or skills, etc. What is unique and special to places---foods, dress or ideas--is being homogenized all over the world.

I've been in 20 different countries in 15 months and I've taken this truth away with a certain amount of sadness.

5) Forced Truths: All over the world, forced truth is being shoved down people's throats so that eventually we all believe the same things. We see this at American Universities but also in Scandinavian museums and other places where progressivism is king.

Reading plaques on museum walls stating climate change as a truth, for example, or Atlantis as a myth---it's a common practice now. There's no question about these things, the powers that be are saying---this is the way it is.

Archaeologists won't entertain any other points of view about the strange and not very well understood history of earth, scientists are blind to opposing views.

I sat next to a physicist who helped build CERN and is still actively involved, and he was shocked to hear that lay people had their own theories about reality. He had never seen the movie What The Bleep nor did he know that some serious people were now considering that reality is simulated.

He was oblivious to it all.

People are now living in New World Order bubbles.

6) So many people in Turkey accept that 911 was an inside job that it's astounding to an outsider. They actually find it amusing that it's called a conspiracy theory in the states.


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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:00 PM

Turkey has been aware of its own deep state now for a very long time.

One thing I've noticed is that people all over the world get that something is up, but they don't always know how to quantify it or qualify it.

America isn't always seen as the bad guy all of the time, as people become aware that governments all over the world are complicit.

7) The Donald is a joke all over the world. I find this sad to be honest, because it shows we haven't reached a tipping point in our understanding of the NWO. To me, the Donald was a vote against the elites and globalism.

I can see how people think globalism is a good thing----"let's all pay more taxes to be happy! Let's let the state figure this all out for us!"

A trip to Scandinavia might have some Americans wishing they lived there at first glance. There is a lot to impress.

But unaware people think that way because they're missing fundamental information about what the truth is. They don't understand the consequences, the diminishing returns and the outright lies that are being told to get there.

I'm all for seeing the world evolve----god knows we have to---but not like this.

This, I know, is not the right way.

Most people feel this in their gut.

Freedom is fundamental to the human spirit.

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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:04 PM
I agree with you. Japan 40 years ago was on this "Internationalizm" trip. Now look at Tokyo in its subdivisions. Totally non Japanese environment. I live out in the countryside and I had for the first time in about 15 years actually sat down and had coffee with an American English teacher with 2 young children. (both speak fluent Japanese, English, not so much, actually probably a few sentences) and he said, he is glad he moved out of the States. I've been here for over 2 decades and its not a bad country to live in when young, but at my age, I'm sure if something happens , family wise, I'd be better off in America. But who knows.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:17 PM
Ia reply to: musicismagic

Interesting observation.

A lot of people say they're happy to be out of America.

I support America--but not its politicians, its banks or corporations or its NWO roots.

But you can't escape globalism.

It's coming to a city near you!

No hiding now.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:45 PM
Very interesting

One thing that I don't understand is "how Islam apologism and Islamic beliefs fit into the NWO"

If anything, Muslims are very resistant to change; the majority of Muslims only accept the original version of The Koran with little to no deviation (unlike Christianity with many translations and interpretations and Vatican 2 etc) (That's not to say that there are no Moderate Muslims). Also (not PC to say) is that Scandinavian/Western countries value comprimise, debate and an "agree to disagree' attitude to solve differences. Whereas Arabic culture consists of things like aggression and even violence to intimidate the opposing position are accepted practices. Thus the "hot blooded" stereotype of Muslims. Even the views of women are polar opposites between most Western/Scandi societies and Islamic ones.

How does this explain the flooding of Europe with largely Islamic migrants? How can people be strung together by creating segregated ghettos, and introducing a culture that is extremely resistant to conforming to Western ideals and values?

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:55 PM
a reply to: MRuss

You OP is fantastic and I really appreciate the effort. But I think you are seeing the world through a particular lens that confirms exactly what you believe to be true. There is something beautiful and amazing with European culture that needs to be appreciated. Europe may not have the wild west self-reliant attitudes of gun carrying US citizens, but Europeans have amazing sophistication with elements of their culture. Maybe this will help you appreciate the European way of thinking (pay close attention to from the 17th minute on):

I was in Beijing in 2003. Seeing a country 3 times bigger than the United States having 8% to 10% growth per year is just mind boggling. The thing that really struck me is unlike this country, everything in China is about employing the most amount of people. The companies we did business with share trade secrets with each other. The Chinese companies spent no money on branding or advertising. And companies fiercely competed with each other for our business until the workers were at minimal slave wages.

Now combine this communist mentality with pegging the Yuan 6 to 1 against the dollar. The dollar is the Worlds currency of trade. By pegging the Yuan to the dollar, the Chinese have moved ALL of the Worlds major manufacturing to China. Everything is made in China because of Chinese currency manipulation. The dollar is a unit of labor. In China, a CEO of an International Corporation can hire 6 Chinese workers for every 1 American worker. I don't care how hard Americans think they can work. Nobody in the World can compete with 6 Chinese workers. It's just not possible. So every CEO of every major corporation has used Chinese workers to reap HUGE profits and productivity. If you don't use Chinese labor you are no longer in business.

So what you call "globalism" is not some vast left-wing conspiracy in my opinion. I think the misery all around the world everyone is experiencing is because ALL the manufacturing has moved to China. There's no factory work for masses anymore in developed countries. I don't think it's the end of the world but the last 20 years has been nothing but misery for most workers.

The Nazi's in Charlotte are bunch of pansies. If you really wanted nationalism in this country all you had to do is slap a proportional tariff on every container coming into this country based on trade imbalance. Then take the money and use it to rebuild every bridge and road in this country. Why should the Chinese make trillions of dollars off our infrastructure while not paying a single dime for its upkeep? Why should American tax dollars be used to support Chinese manufacturing profits by providing a free transportation system to China?

Yet at the same time it probably really doesn't matter the American worker is suffering. At some point the jobs will balance out I guess. All your criticisms of globalism and your desire of nationalism would not exist if were not for wealth inequality in this country at all time highs. The median worker's wage is a poverty wage. The purchasing power of a worker making the median wage is going down every year. Prices keep going up while wages remain stagnant. Despite the long suffering which seems like there's no end in site maybe if there's enough rioting the CEOs will come back to the idea of enlightened self-interests and the idea that a rising tide lifts all boats. But don't hold your breath!

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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 10:58 PM
a reply to: Kalixi

I think you're right----two very differing ways to approach life.

I think this:

The NWO hopes to dilute exreminism in all its forms through a myriad of ways, not the least is which rampant immigration.

Take this apartment complex in Houston:

People of differing backgrounds living in one complex. That's happened by way of laws and treaties and immigration in one of the most conservative states in the US.

It's been normalized. It's part of life and you are shamed into accepting it.

Very effective.

I'm sure the cabal believes that in time, extreme views on religion will be diluted.

It's happened all over the world already.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:02 PM
a reply to: MRuss

one interesting point that you raise is with consolidating the public into cities. Stalin forced this on his people and ended up with some 60 Million people starved to death or murdered for not leaving their rural homes.

It has been my experience that unnecessary welfare infantises people. A friend of mine comes from a low socio-economic background. Her husband and herself have no concept of the value of money. They get paid $900 a fortnight from Centrelink and she will buy unnecessary crap like a second flat screen for their house or personalised blankets for her kids but then complains that bills are pilling up and she can't afford to cook fresh food for her family because meat and veg are too expensive. So instead of buying seedlings and growing her own veggies she feeds her baby instant mashed potato from a sachet. We live rurally and there are plenty of wild fruit trees growing down the country lanes but instead of foraging for apples, berries and pears she'll buy prepackaged frozen meals, foodbars and packets of chips etc as a snack

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:02 PM
a reply to: Kalixi

Also, it takes many generations for immigration to work.

In Sweden, the immigrants who came decades ago have assimilated and are able to contribute to society in a more meaningful way.

The NWO folks see this as long term.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:07 PM
a reply to: MRuss

The NWO hopes to dilute exreminism in all its forms through a myriad of ways, not the least is which rampant immigration.

But why? I keep asking this question no-one seems able to answer it. What is the point of cramming cultures together that don't mix? Hardly creates a stable environment does it? In fact its proving to cause more problems than anyone ever expected so I don't see how it fits into this NWO people talk about. And as for diluting extremism surely the past few years have proven that to be wrong too we have more extremism terrorism and violence than we've ever had

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:08 PM
a reply to: dfnj2015

We all see the world through our own lenses. That's a good thing.

The NWO hopes that we will learn to see the world through one lens. That's the only way progressisivism will work.

As for seeing Europe as special: I do. I am a foodie, a fan of architecture and archaeology, of art and the good life. I love Europe.

I'm just not a fan of their forms of governments.

I don't think socialism benefits society by way of robbing citizens of individual initiative and choice.

Societies are more creative and productive without a big brother.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:10 PM
a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport

Maybe the 23,000 bombs dropped on five predominately Muslim countries in 2015, 28,000 in 2016, and 2017 will be another new record in the number of bombs dropped the US is the cause for the rise in refuges and extremism. Maybe US foreign policy is causing a rise in terrorism instead of the propaganda message that the US is winning the war on terror.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:12 PM
a reply to: Kalixi

Intersting point about Stalin. I didn't know that and want to learn more about it.

And I too know many people who say they can't be more creative about feeding their families.

Education about good health isn't offered to citizens of the world. You have to be curious and research and take the initiative on your own.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:15 PM
a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport

You could be right.

But there are many examples of immigrants who settled decades ago that are now assimilated. It takes generations and the NWO is patient, if nothing else.

The pain of these steps they are taking will barely be a memory one day.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:16 PM

originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: dfnj2015
We all see the world through our own lenses. That's a good thing.
The NWO hopes that we will learn to see the world through one lens. That's the only way progressisivism will work.

It's funny, I'm a staunch believer in classical liberalism. What you call the NWO and progressive-ism I would call standing up to aristocracy. But nothing promotes and secures aristocracy than the Federal Reserve. So as much as everyone thinks electing Trump into office was somehow a slap in the face to the globalists I think you need to reconsider. The Federal Reserve has been in power much longer than the liberals and the progressives. Until you get rid of fiat money created with interest, the US will never ever pay off its debts and everyone will have the anchor of poverty around their heads. It's really ludicrous to think as a country and a government we do not have enough money to provide everyone with a descent standard of living which includes healthcare security and retirement security. The American people get exactly the government they are willing to accept.

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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:17 PM
a reply to: dfnj2015

I agree.

Part of the NWO is the American military industrial complex.

I believe all wars and violence on behalf of my country serves the cabal's agenda.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:19 PM
a reply to: MRuss

I cannot disagree with your assessment.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:21 PM
a reply to: dfnj2015

I agree with you on that as well.

I detest the way the Federal Reserve and the central banks have controlled the world's country's and their resources for decades upon decades.

It's a travesty really.

I don't love Trump but believe his inauguration speech was a message to the NWO.

Go back and read it.
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posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:30 PM
a reply to: MRuss

I love Trump which may surprise you. I prefer Trump over Pence. I would rather have a psychopath quasi-conservative who is a social liberal over a true social conservative. People say Republicans do a better job with the economy but I have never seen it in my lifetime.

I will take a look at his inauguration speech at your request so please take a look at Han's Ted talk video link I cited earlier. It's really good stuff especially at the end. His solution to solving the all the World's problems is very simple and seems plausible.

posted on Aug, 14 2017 @ 11:32 PM
a reply to: dfnj2015

I will do that and I appreciate our civil exchange here.

Thank you

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