When Bush referred to this"New World Order," exactly what did he envision?

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Would someone like to draw a scenerio of what life would be like if a "New World Order" were achieved? Exactly who's new world order is this supposed to be--communisims or democracy's? What is wrong with diversity anyway. As I see it, it is all about the rich getting richer cause I'm sure the first thing on the agenda is to make everyone's money the same. Boy, can you just imagine the stock market then. And wow, who is going to control the stock market over the entire world? Can you just imagine a worldwide crash? We have already had a few close calls.

Who would get to be president of this great organization and how much power would he/she have? Horrors, what a way to have an instant Hitler established.

Is our United Nations supposed to be an example of how this new world order will work? Just how effective is it? The most I know is that we won't pay our dues. Gee that's a good start for our New World Order!

Anyway, that's how I, rising up from the bowels of the masses, see it.


-- Anne in TN (imnot@work.com), February 19, 2000


Their "vision" (& pardon my "french")...

One demonic motherfucker controls everyone else's mind thru some mandatory body-implant.

End of story.

-- INever (INevercheckmy@onebox.com), February 19, 2000.

It really seems we are headed that way full steam ahead, but then I read Orwell at a very impressionable age, so maybe I am too paranoid.

-- jeileen (tjfarrar@bellsouth.net), February 19, 2000.

This is a good thread because it's thought provoking. When government- and the Bush Baby is the prototype of Privatizers-began to subcontract its functions, which include IT, it farmed out to big industry or "underutilized minorities". Neither of these groups would pay top dollar to Americans for labor, so a lot of sub-sub-contracts went to foreign countries or underskilled performers. Equipment and IT labor are subcontracted functions. This opened a high risk universal data base to manipulation from unfriendly sources. Lack of knowledge or misuse of state-of-the-art knowldedge,factors taken singly but especially together, gave control of our IT functions over to "someone else". The DoS attacks are just the beginning. I don't think it was malicious on the politicos part: they were buying political backing. The companies were and are just greedy and will do anything to make a buck. Most of the labor, honest if outsiders.But IT was a brand new playing field. It only took a few to recognize golden opportunity and run with it. So those who envisioned control actually gave it away. Now the question is, who IS the new world order. This thing ain't goin' like the Big Boys thought it would.Kinda late to rewrite the script though. We'll just have to play it out as it stands.As Einstein pointed out, God has a sense of humor.

-- another government hack (keepwatching_2000@yahoo.com), February 19, 2000.

The IMF would be a good candidate for an entity which controls the world's money. (It already does). No country can get financial help without the approval of the IMF.

This is a group made up of something like 138 nations, 10 of which make the decisions. (The wealthiest 10). Does anyone remember the 10- Horned entity in Revelation 17?

Look at:


Please bring that up on your screen and check out Lessons 39 and 40, the titles of which are:

39: The role twentieth century economic alliances will play in the formation of tomorrow's world government.

40: The role the ten-horned economic organization will play in dismantling Mystery Babylon's power.

The happenings with our government's access to our private information is dealt with here, also, and this book was published in 1990. (Written over a period of 33 years.)

Lesson 17: A review of how the United Staes will use satellite technology to fulfill the role of the "watchman" for the nations in the post-AWWI period.

Anyone interested in end-times prophecy will be interested in this material. Its 'take' on the rise of Red China to a position of power is especially riveting, considering what is happening with them now.



-- Connie (hive@gte.net), February 19, 2000.


I am not dissing George the elder; he was ok. He just wasn't so great on the vision thing [his quote]. I think that he meant nothing with that statement.

"Anyway, that's how I, rising up from the bowels of the masses, see it. "

You are in the bowels of the masses. Now that is a disgusting thought.

Best wishes,,,,

-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), February 19, 2000.

Let's see...a leader of the whole world, no one can buy or sell unless he/she is authorized (marked)...if I were paranoid, I'd be looking back to the book of Revelation...

Hey, wait a minute! I AM PARANOID....or else they are out to get me...

-- Mad Monk (madmonk@hawaiian.net), February 19, 2000.


Here are a few links to start you off. Really your question pulls the covers back on a very complex system of operations. IMHO, it's important to form your own opinion.






-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), February 19, 2000.

Mad Monk:

If it's really happening, it's not paranoia! ;-) ;-)

-- Connie (hive@gte.net), February 19, 2000.

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you. I read 1984 in my twenties I think. Besides the Bible, it was the greatest influence on my worldview. Orwell's scenario is real now for the most part if you analyze our government. The only thing wrong with his classic was the unhappy ending. Third greatest influence: Captains and the Kings by Taylor Caldwell.

-- canthappen (n@ysayer.com), February 20, 2000.

Probably the best way to find out what George meant by "the New World Order" is to check out www.davidicke.com. Icke is a former BBC reporter. I strongly recommend reading one of his books. If you are, by nature, a think-outside-the-box doomer you will have less trouble handling what he says. The NWO makes Y2K doomer scenarios look pleasant.

-- rebel (with@ina.cause), February 20, 2000.

Taylor Caldwell--How could I forget! One unusual lady.

-- jeileen (tjfarrar@bellsouth.net), February 20, 2000.

And I hate to be nasty, but I do hope Mr. Icke is insane because the alternative is.... well, God help us!

-- jeile (tjfarrar@bellsouth.net), February 20, 2000.

The question is not should I be or am I paranoid?The question should be am I paranoid enough?Read Cooper's "Behold a Pale Horse".

-- just a thought (tigerpm@netscape.com), February 20, 2000.

read 'the biggest secret' by david icke. and do it with an open mind.



-- mike (mike@knuckledragger.com), February 21, 2000.

regrading icke, ignore the stuff about shape shifting reptoids, otherwise much of it is happening

-- sir richard (richard.dale@unum.co.uk), February 21, 2000.

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