The New World Order is just around the corner.

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by Shizamus, Jul 4, 2003.

  1. Shizamus

    Shizamus New Member

    Jun 27, 2001
    As America sleeps, globalization is firmly underway. The simple fact is
    that the hour is later than most people think when it comes to the move
    towards a collective global nation-state. The European Union is steadily
    coalescing itself into a virus-like entity with tentacles that are
    insinuating themselves into more and more sociopolitical orifices in both
    Europe and the US. We barely grunt at these unsolicited penetrations as a
    European governing body which voted itself into existence, arbitrarily
    assumes more and more power for itself, passing so-called "laws" that give
    it the de-facto authority to dictate everything from religious expression
    to Internet publishing standards for countries that are not even officially
    part of its Union! For example, the International Criminal Court has given
    ITSELF authority to punish a web author for "hate crimes" if material on a
    website, though legal in the country where it originates and is hosted, is
    VIEWED in a country that has legislation prohibiting such expressions. And
    we blithely give these groups credibility by running to them for ever-more
    expansive rulings regarding everything from ecological preservation to
    copyright violations. Every time we ask for a ruling by the ICC or its ilk,
    we establish a ruling that becomes a legal precedent merely by the fact of
    its existence. Every time this precedent is referenced in subsequent
    rulings (yes, even by our U.S. Supreme Court!), it gains even more
    credibility, even though the original finding was provided by an
    organization with no legal right to exist, and no binding legal authority
    in this country!

    I was recently privy to a fairly high-level brief by a strategic military
    and political planner who spoke of globalization not only as highly
    desirable, but as an all but forgone conclusion. Countries with strong,
    nationalistic identities were viewed as "old world" and presented as the
    enemies of globalization, and thus indirectly, enemies of the United
    States. That's right. The United States was presented by this senior
    military planner as being at the forefront of the move towards an
    interdependent global identity. He spoke of finding and implementing ways
    to deal with "system perturbations," which were defined as actions by those
    who won't "get on board" with globalism. Traditionally this has meant third
    world countries, especially those of fundamentalist Muslim foundations. I
    am not making this up. In effect, those who oppose globalism are in effect
    third-world throwbacks who won't get on board, and so have to be dealt
    with. So boil it down to one sound-bite: Under current political thought at
    the highest levels, opposition to globalism equates with terrorism in both
    the perceived threat and required response. You read it here first.

    I suspect that the move towards globalism is about three or four steps
    ahead of where most people, even those who view themselves as informed,
    think we are. You can see hints of it in many shapes and forms. Notice that
    many phone numbers, especially on widely sold products, now use a period
    instead of a dash to separate the numbers (i.e. - 209.555.1212). This is a
    European convention that is quietly, without fanfare and little notice,
    being widely adopted by businesses and political institutions. Nearly all
    operational and strategic military doctrine and planning hinge on the
    concept of "jointness." This is not just joint service commitments, such as
    conducting warfare using assets from the Air Force, Navy, Army and Marines,
    but also Joint in the aspect of relying on foreign countries to fill out
    our force mix. Much planning and thought is going into how to best operate
    in a "joint environment" and "joint theatres of conflict."

    Some would say that you can't maintain control over a world government of
    such a scale. You can if control is mostly voluntary, under the color of
    treaty and international law. Enforced by economic sanctions and military
    force. How viable could such a military be? Western Navies have in their
    inventory catamaran-hulled "fast response ships" which can cruise at
    upwards of 80 knots -- nearly three times as fast as the 25 knots capable
    by most older amphibious ships, changing response times from days to mere
    hours. They can offload an entire Battalion Landing Team in 20 minutes. The
    US is also developing a hypersonic bomber capable of carrying out an
    unmanned attack anywhere in the world in two hours. The social, political,
    and military resources needed to make the "global village" work are
    inexorably being worked into place. Penalties for opposition and/or
    noncompliance are being established and given progressively greater
    authority and legitimacy by sold-out politicians who have read the writing
    on the wall and are working to secure their place as high up as possible in
    the new world's command structure.

    Don't be fooled into thinking the the US is some valiant bulwark against
    globalism. Our legislative, judicial, and executive branches are not only
    greasing the rails, but pouring coals to the locomotive as well. And here
    we sit in the dining car, blissfully playing Canasta while our destiny is
    decided for us because we care not for where the train is going, as long as
    our glass is full and our seat cushions soft.
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