Origins of the New World Order - Summary

In the late nineteenth century, with the industrial revolution sweeping Europe and America, certain individuals dreamed of a world far different from the one they lived in, a world organized in such a way that wars would be impossible and every aspect of human life would be arranged by educated men for the benefit of all. These dreamers included men of great ability and wealth, who devoted their talents and fortunes to carrying out their plans. The point of origin of these people was England, and their idea initially was to extend the British Empire to include the whole earth. If British rule were complete, how could there be any reason for war, and who could attempt it?

Cecil Rhodes
 

The most prominent of these individuals were Cecil Rhodes, Andrew Carnegie, and members of the Fabian Society, particularly H. G. Wells. Rhodes went from England to Africa in an attempt to improve his poor health, and acquired enormous wealth by developing diamond mining properties. Andrew Carnegie went from Scotland to the United States and founded U. S. Steel, earning for himself a substantial sum of money. The Fabian Society was a group of intellectuals in England who believed that socialism was the way to organize the world for social and economic progress. H. G. Wells was originally a member of the Fabian Society. These three men were prominent figures in the development of the idea of a new world order.

Cecil Rhodes died in 1902 and donated his fortune to establish a Rhodes scholarship program at Oxford University to carry out his ideas. The scholarships were to go to promising young men from the British colonies and the United States, with the majority going to Americans. Andrew Carnegie used his wealth to set up foundations to fund educational, religious, and political organizations to "cultivate the international mind" and promote world peace. Some of his money went to the Federal Council of Churches. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was established, and began funding educational intiiatives. By the end of World War II, the U. S. State Department was largely controlled by Rhodes scholars and members of this Carnegie Endowment, and was emphasizing the idea of world peace through the United Nations. H. G. Wells wrote extensively on political topics, and influenced thinking in international affairs. One of his books was entitled The New World Order (1939), in which he stated that world socialism was inevitable, and that there would be a difficult and painful transition period in which many "quite gallant and graceful-looking people" would "die protesting against it."

Andrew Carnegie

The basic concept of the new world order is world government. For Rhodes and Carnegie, it was British rule expanded to cover the earth, or at least British influence through the English-speaking world to organize the world according to the English way of life and thinking. Wells and others set out to bring the world under socialism, step by step, in a gradual process. Proposals were made successively for world federation, a League of Nations, and the United Nations. These forces have joined and are still pushing for world government, first by one means, and then by another after the first method meets opposition. They never stop. They never admit defeat. There is only delay, and then new ideas of how to bring the entire world into a planned administrative system.

H. G. Wells
 

The new world order is to be implemented through regionalism. Basically, the world is to be divided into geographical regions, internationally, nationally, and locally, and these regions are to be the new units of government, replacing the old, traditional notions of nation-states, cities, towns, villages, etc. Political power is to be concentrated in the executive branch of government, removing it from the control of the people through their elected legislative representatives. The choices presented to the people for the elected executives are limited to candidates selected by the political establishment, and not by the people themselves. Control over every aspect of human life is to be exercised in the form of an administrative dictatorship, from the top down, through an enormous bureaucracy of appointed officials, specialists, and planners accountable only to the elected executives. In this way, the outward form of democracy is retained to an extent, but the power is entirely taken away from the people and concentrated in government. It is being carried out gradually, with appropriate "education" of the populace, until the system is fully in place. -- Does any of this sound familiar to you? It's happening right now in front of our eyes.

Why should this concern you? If you believe in freedom, self-determination, liberty, limited government, free enterprise, the U. S. Constitution, and the U.S. Bill of Rights, this new world order is against all of these things. If you would like to have your life planned entirely by government, if you want to live to serve government, if you think that a world like George Orwell's 1984 or Aldous Huxley's Brave New World would be a wonderful place to live, then the new world order is for you! The time to choose is now, while there is still an opportunity to influence the world of the future, for yourself and your children. Awareness, communication, education and a personal willingness to fight back are required.

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