Thursday, November 03, 2005

Irony and the New World Order

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."

~Albert Pike

The irony of quoting a Confederate General, a Klu Klux Klan leader, a Satanist, and an Illuminati about being remembered for what we have done for the WORLD instead of just what we have done for ourselves is not lost on me. When I think of the KKK and the Illuminati, I see selfish, inflexible, control freaks. Pike believed that he, and the rest of the KKK and Illuminati, had the world's best interest at heart when establishing their New World Order. They believed that the current leaders of the world were incompetent, and that they, the "enlightened ones", should be the leaders of the world. They were wrong.

The term New World Order (NWO) is a generic term used to refer to a worldwide conspiracy being orchestrated by an extremely powerful and influential group of individuals which include many of the world's wealthiest people, top political leaders, and corporate elite whose goal is to create a One World (fascist) Government, stripped of nationalistic and regional boundaries. (source)

Conspiracy theorists will have you believe that even world peace is an evil plot to establish the New World Order. They believe that war is a good thing, because it prevents us from becoming uniform. They do not believe that achieving peace simply means getting along with your neighbors- even those half way around the world. They believe that peace means conformity, and is therefore a step towards the New World Order. I do not.

I believe that peace means acceptance of differences, and the freedom to express those differences. We will always have conflicts. Always. We may not always be at war, but we will always have conflicts. We have different religions. We have different customs. We have different languages. We have different morals. We have different ethics. We have different lifestyles. Are we trying to mold the new Iraq in our image? NO!! We want Iraq to be its own country, able to stand on its own against evil dictators like Saddam who DO want uniformity.

Ironic, isn't it? Both we (the American Coalition) and the Islamic extremists believe we are in the right. We both want a new Iraq. The difference is that the Islamic extremists want to control the country, whereas we want Iraq to control its own destiny.

While testifying before the US Senate in 1950, Paul Warburg said:
"We will have a world government whether you like it or not. The only question is whether that government will be achieved by conquest or consent."
He was referring to the establishment of a unified national banking system- the Federal Reserve- but you can see the parallel to the New World Order. Money, after all, does make the world go around, so it's not surprising that this quote came from a banker and not a politician.

Taking the world by conquest and without consent is EXACTLY what the Islamic extremists are doing, and it's EXACTLY what they think WE are doing as well. We believe they are in Iraq to take over the country. They think the same thing about us.

I fail to see how what we are doing in Iraq could be construed as establishing a New World Order. I see the war in Iraq as a chance to birth a new nation out of an old one. Like the Phoenix rising out of the flames.

Saddam may have started the fire, but the Coalition Forces breathed new life into the Iraqi Phoenix. Now they are building up their strength and flying up out of the flames. I'm proud we could be a part of that.


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