New World Order? Yes, but Not What They Envisioned
All things must pass, and this too shall pass. Transformation is inevitable.
The New World Order
It was David Rockefeller who first coined the term 'new world order,' which is his vision of a small world 'elite' governing and controlling the great mass of humanity, because the masses are not capable of governing themselves and for that reason can never be trusted with power. Rockefeller's vision, of course, is as anti-democratic as it gets. George H. W. Bush made several speeches during his presidency using the term, and Henry Kissinger repeats the phrase over and over again.
The Rockefellers of the world have largely succeeded in bringing about their vision, and efforts continue unabated to enforce it. In the United States, there is now a bill before Congress, co-authored by Senator Carl Levin, Democrat of Michigan, and John McCain, Republican from Arizona, which would legalize using the United States Army to suppress dissent in America. Under Homeland Security, police forces all across the nation have been militarized, and they now possess terrifying weapons of war within their local jurisdictions - sound cannons, lasers, tasers, flash grenades and more.
The bankers, led by the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, and others, have engineered economic meltdown by design, because they believe if the masses have little or nothing, they will feel too helpless and hopeless to resist them. This is, however, their greatest miscalculation, because all the power rests with the people. The beginning moment of transformation is here. People are taking to the streets and 'occupying' all over the world, because, after all, as Bob Dylan sang, "When ya ain't got nothin', ya got nothin' to lose."
We are gathering all over in our local communities, networking, sharing, exchanging new ideas, experimenting with new ways of organizing ourselves, finding the ways and means to create self-sustaining communities. Transformation is inevitable, and there will certainly be a new world order, but it will be light years away from Mr. Rockefeller's idea of how things should be. You can evict campers from a city park, but you cannot evict an idea whose time has come.