BEATING THE NEW WORLD ORDER, By: JOHN GALT (condensed version) [ HOME ] CHAPTER ONE: THE JOURNEY The spiritual roots of the New World Order can be traced back to the biblical stories of the expulsion of Lucifer from heaven and the building of the Tower of Babel in Babylon. The economic and political roots can be found in the great empires of the ancient world- -Egyptian, Sumerian, Chinese, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, and others. All of these were based on conquest by force of arms, and all eventually perished. The modern history of the New World Order is based on a different concept--obtaining control of the world by first gaining control of human minds and then gradually expanding economic and political control until domination of the masses by the elite is complete. Let's begin our journey in the year 1776, when three significant events took place. Adam Smith wrote his classic treatise, The Wealth of Nations, which advocated economic freedom and free trade. In America, the Continental Congress issued the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, which declared the colonies to be politically free from England and which formalized the Revolutionary War, begun the previous year by the fighting at Lexington and Concord. On May 1, 1776, Adam Weishaupt formed a secret society called the Order of the Illuminati. The Order of the Illuminati Adam Weishaupt (1748-1811) was born to Jewish parents but ostensibly became a Roman Catholic. He became Professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt, Munich, Bavaria, a Jesuit school. He was interested in occult religions and was really a Satanist, rather than a Jew or Christian. He conceived of an idea for world domination by way of the mind control process mentioned earlier. Being a Freemason, he adapted the Masonic concept of progression through a series of secret rituals to higher levels of inner secrets. He received financing from Meyer Amschel Rothschild, scion of the financial dynasty which has been consistently at the center of the New World Order ever since. The Order of the Illuminati (which means illuminated or enlightened ones) had six basic objectives in its plan of world conquest: 1. abolition of all existing governments and the establishment of a one-world supergovernment, 2. abolition of inheritance, 3. abolition of private property, 4. abolition of patriotism, 5. abolition of the family, 6. abolition of freedom. The Order was exposed in 1785 by a curious event. One of the members, Jacob Lang, was struck and killed by lightning when he was on his rounds to infiltrated Masonic organizations. Secret papers were found on his person. The Elector of Bavaria launched an investigation of the Order and banned it in 1786. The conspirators went even deeper into hiding and their plans were carried on by other secret societies. One of these was the Jacobin Society in France, which played a key role in the French Revolution in 1789 and its infamous Reign of Terror. A later branch of the Order is the League of the Just, of which Karl Marx was a leading member. It is no coincidence that his Communist Manifesto (1848), which we will discuss later, is remarkably similar to the objectives of the Illuminati. The present-day successor to the Order of the Illuminati is the Committee of 300, an outgrowth of the British East India Company, which today is the central coordinating organization of the New World Order. The Rothschild Dynasty Meyer Amschel Bauer (1743-1812) was a goldsmith in Frankfort, Germany. Goldsmiths minted and stored gold coins for their customers and gradually became merchant bankers. They developed the concept of fractional reserve banking, by which they made loans far in excess of their gold holdings, knowing from experience that only a few customers would want to take possession of their gold at any given moment of time. The symbol outside of Bauer's shop was a red shield. Bauer changed the family name to Rothschild, the German word for red shield. Thus began the largest financial dynasty in the history of the world. Meyer had five sons. He set them up with banking businesses in five large European cities. The Rothschild family specialized in making large loans to governments, usually to finance wars and gradually came to exert enormous influence in political affairs. Their power was magnified by their influence over, or control of, central banks. They have a passion for secrecy and usually work behind the scenes through various agents. Meyer Amschel Rothschild once commented ``Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws.'' International bankers operate on a variation of the Golden Rule: he who has the gold, rules. Throughout history, you will see the central importance of money in the big picture. A good rule for keeping track of the inner workings of the conspiracy is this: follow the money. Events in America Returning to our review of early American history, the Declaration of Independence in 1776 formalized the Revolutionary War with England, the world's most powerful military force at the time. George Washington lead a poorly-equipped militia which consisted of about 3% of the colonial population. He was a very devout man and prayed to God for an hour or more every day. Actually most of our founding fathers were very religious. On November 15, 1777, the Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation to coordinate the efforts of the thirteen sovereign colonies. In 1781, the Continental Congress chartered the Bank of North America. This was our country's first central bank. Due to the exigencies of war, the bank issued paper money far in excess of its holdings of gold. The resulting inflation lead quickly to a nearly worthless currency and the expression ``not worth a Continental.'' On October 19, 1781, General Cornwallis surrendered to General Washington at Yorktown, the last major battle of the Revolutionary War. As time went on, it became apparent that the Articles of Confederation did not give the national government enough powers to be effective. A convention was called in 1787 for the purpose of amending these Articles. The convention met in Philadelphia from May 25 to September 17, 1787. It went far beyond its assigned task and drafted what is now known as the Constitution of the United States of America. This document increased the powers of the federal government, giving it the power to raise certain taxes but still left most of the power in the hands of the states and ultimately the people. Our Constitution was ratified by the ninth state on June 21, 1788, and was declared to be effective on March 4, 1789. George Washington was inaugurated as our first President on April 30, 1789. Congress submitted the first ten amendments to the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights, on September 25, 1789. They were adopted on December 15, 1791. It should be emphasized that these rights were the unalienable rights granted to the people by God, not by the government. The Bill of Rights expressly prohibits the government from infringing on these rights. Also in 1791, the Coinage Act of 1791 was passed. This Act established the exact amounts of gold or silver in each denomination of coin. This Act was never repealed. Another event in 1791 was the chartering of the first Bank of the United States for a 20- year period. This was promoted by Alexander Hamilton, then Secretary of Treasury, one of the first advocates of big government. Actually this was our second central bank, the Bank of North America being the first. In 1792, the Coinage Act of 1792 was passed. This allowed free coinage, by which citizens could bring their gold or silver bullion to a U. S. mint to have it made into coins for a nominal charge. It also set the relative value of gold to silver at 15 to 1. On September 19, 1796, President Washington gave his farewell address. Prophetically, he gave strong warnings against permanent alliances with foreign powers, big public debt, a large military establishment and the devices of a small, artful, enterprising minority to control or change our government. Judicial Imperialism The first major attack on the Constitution was the U. S. Supreme Court case, Marbury v. Madison, decided on February 24, 1803. Chief Justice John Marshall and his Federalist colleagues declared that the Supreme Court had the authority to declare the acts of Congress unconstitutional. No Constitutional authority was cited for this opinion and for good reason -- there is none. Actually this power remains with the people in accordance with the Tenth Amendment and is supposed to be implemented by citizens in their capacity as grand jurors or trial jurors. The Founding Fathers were men of great wisdom and political experience. They were especially aware of the many abuses of government and clearly had no intention of letting nine non-elected lawyers overrule a much larger elected Congress. The proper function of courts is to serve in a capacity similar to umpires in a baseball game, making decisions as things happen rather than making up the rules of the game as they go. If you stop and think about it, the whole idea of ``case law'' is rather silly. What you end up with is a huge body of ``law'' consisting of mutually contradictory opinions of different judges on almost every point, resulting in an incomprehensible mess rather than a guide to proper behavior. Banking and the War of 1812 In 1811, Congress refused to renew the charter of the first Bank of the United States, so the nation was once again free of a central bank. This greatly displeased the international bankers in London and lead directly to a British attempt to recapture her former American colonies. The War of 1812 began on June 18, 1812. In this same year, Napoleon invaded Russia and was ultimately forced to retreat. The war continued until December 24, 1814, concluding with the Treaty of Ghent. The United States survived its first major challenge. In America, the Federalists continued to press for a central bank. In 1816, the Second Bank of the United States was chartered for twenty years. Thus we had our third central bank. On March 4, 1829, Andrew Jackson was inaugurated President. He was a strong opponent of central banks and all of their financial shenanigans. Being aware of the growing popular opposition to their activities, the bankers persuaded Congress to renew the charter of the Second Bank of the United States for another twenty years in 1832, even though the current charter then had four more years to run. President Jackson vetoed that bill and Congress did not override him. As a result, the Bank continued on until its charter expired in 1836. From 1836 until 1913, when the Federal Reserve Act was snuck through Congress, the United States did not have a central bank. It is no coincidence that this period of time marked the greatest real economic growth in the history of our nation. There was sound banking, virtually no inflation and very little unemployment. The Communist Manifesto In 1848, Karl Marx and Frederick Engels published The Communist Manifesto. It expanded on the objectives of the Order of the Illuminati, described earlier. Its ten main points were as follow: 1. Abolition of property in land and the application of all rents of land to public purposes. 2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. 3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance. 4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels. 5. Centralization of credit in the hands of the State by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly. 6. Centralization of the means of communications and transport in the hands of the State. 7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands and the improvement of soil generally in accordance with a common plan. 8. Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture. 9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country by a more equitable distribution of population over the country. 10. Free education for all children in public schools. It is scary how much this sounds like the Democratic and Republican party platforms today and President Clinton's recent Executive Order 12919, which establishes a virtual dictatorship on the American economy at the whim of the President. The Civil War British intrigues continued behind the scenes for many years, with the aim of regaining control of America. Using the age-old ploy of divide and conquer, strains were created between the northern states and the southern states over the issue of slavery. More significant were the underlying economic issues, with most of the manufacturing being concentrated in the north and most of the agriculture in the south. Equally important was the issue of federal government versus state political powers. Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated President on March 4, 1861. Less than a month earlier, on February 8, 1861, the Confederate States of America was organized for the purpose of seceding from the united States to become a separate nation. This created a major dilemma for the federal government: should it allow the southern states to secede peacefully and hopefully become a friendly foreign nation or should it go to war to preserve the existing nation? The former option was chosen. The Civil War began on April 12, 1861, with the Confederate attack on Fort Sumpter. Thus began the most tragic war in the history of our country. In the midst of the Civil War, the National Bank Act of 1863 was passed on February 25, 1863. This Act established a system of nationally- chartered banks, rather than one central bank. In 1864, the First International was formed in Europe. This was a Communist international trade union. The Civil War continued until April 9, 1865, when General Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomatox Court House. Five days later, on April 14, 1865, President Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theater by John Wilkes Booth. Many researchers believe that the tragedy was the result of Lincoln's refusal to borrow money at high interest rates from the international bankers, electing instead to issue United States notes to finance the war. The Round Table Groups In the 1870's, John Ruskin started teaching at Oxford University. The central theme of his teachings was that the students at Oxford represented the most gifted group of people in the world and that it was their proper place to be the rulers of the world. One of Ruskin's students was Cecil Rhodes, who went on to gain control of the gold and diamond mines in South Africa and to amass a vast fortune. On February 5, 1891, Cecil Rhodes established a secret society called the Circle of Initiates. Like most secret organizations, it had one individual or a very small group at the center and was surrounded by a series of concentric circles of outer members who were not privy to the secrets of the core but who supported its objectives. Rhodes later established the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford, which today are the principal training ground of the leaders of the New World Order. Our current President, Bill Clinton, is an Oxford Scholar. Other members of the Circle of Initiates were Alfred Lord Balfour, Lord Rothschild, Lord Roseberry and Lord Curzon. There was an outer circle called the Association of Helpers, also called the Round Table Groups. These groups were formed in every nation of the English-speaking world. They in turn formed the larger Institutes of International Affairs. In England, the present group is the Royal Institute of International Affairs. In America, it formed the American Institute of International Affairs in 1919, which incorporated and changed its name in 1921 to the Council on Foreign Relations and is today the secret government of the United States. The Boer Wars The Boer Wars in Africa (1899-1902) were primarily a series of battles by which the British Empire was expanded in Africa at the expense of other European nations, primarily Germany. Cecil Rhodes and his Round Table Groups were at the forefront of these wars. By this means, the conspirators were able to gain control of the vast mineral resources of much of Africa, especially the gold mines and diamond mines of South Africa. The Theodore Roosevelt Presidency (1901-1909) Following the tragic assassination of President William McKinley on September 14, 1901, Vice President Theodore ``Teddy'' Roosevelt became President. He was reelected in his own right in 1904. The international bankers were actively plotting to reestablish a central bank under their control in the United States, the last one having been vigorously opposed by President Jackson in 1832, its charter being allowed to expire in 1836. On March 13, 1907, the bankers engineered a financial panic which led to a depression. In 1908, Congress passed the Aldrich-Vreeland Act. It authorized national banks to issue emergency currency. It also created the National Monetary Commission, whose task it was to develop a plan to deal with the periodic financial crises. The Taft Administration (1909-1913) In November 1910, a small group of international bankers, together with Senator Nelson Aldrich and Asst. Secretary of the Treasury A. Piatt Andrew met in a very secret meeting at J.P. Morgan's Jekyll Island Hunt Club, a private island preserve off Brunswick, Georgia, for the purpose of planning a private banking cartel in America similar to the ones in Europe controlled by the bankers. This soon became the Federal Reserve System. Baron Alfred Rothschild was the mastermind behind the plan. Paul Warburg, a partner in Kuhn, Loeb & Company, was Rothschild's representative at the meeting. A fascinating picture of this important cabal is presented in G. Edward Griffin's book, The Creature From Jekyll Island, which is also one of the best books available to explain money and banking in a clear and entertaining fashion. Having drafted the architecture for a privately-owned banking system, the challenge was to figure out a way to get the U.S. Congress to approve it. Teddy Roosevelt, a Republican, was fairly popular with the voters, seemed likely to be reelected, and was considered highly unlikely to support the bankers' plan. His Democratic opponent, Woodrow Wilson, under the strong influence of Rothschild agent ``Colonel'' Edward Mandel House, was much more agreeable to the globalist agenda. So the conspirators persuaded Republican Teddy Roosevelt to run on the Progressive Party (Bull Moose) ticket, giving him considerable financial support. As a result of the splitting of the Republican vote, Democrat Woodrow Wilson was elected President. The Wilson Fiasco (1913-1921) The election of globalist puppet Woodrow Wilson paved the way for three major abominations: The Income Tax, the Federal Reserve System and World War I. In 1913, the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution was supposedly adopted. This amendment is known as the income tax amendment. Actually, it did not repeal the existing constitutional provisions relating to taxes and thus created no new taxing powers. Furthermore, as proved by the exhaustive research of Bill Benson and Red Beckman, the alleged amendment was not properly approved by any of the 48 states then in existence, much less than by the required three-fourths of them, so the Sixteenth Amendment was never ratified. Their book, The Law That Never Was, gives the details of their findings. The bottom line is that the income tax has been a massive fraud from the outset, totally lacking in a legal basis. Also in 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was passed. The final vote occurred in the U.S. Senate on December 22, when most members of Congress were home for Christmas and only five selected senators were present at an evening session. This act created a private banking cartel entirely owned by the bankers which allows them to create money out of thin air, to expand it further by means of fractional reserve banking and to totally control our economy. The only connection to our government is that the President nominally appoints members to the Federal Reserve Board for 14-year terms but in practice the bankers' candidates have always been appointed. Paul Warburg, a German national, and one of the Jekyll Island conspirators, became the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1914. His brother Max was financing Germany's involvement in World War I at the same time. All wars in modern times have been instigated by the greed of the international bankers (who lend vast sums of money at usurious interest rates to governments) and the international businessmen (who profit handsomely from the sale of war material). World War I was no exception. The assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Serbia on June 23, 1914, was the excuse for war in Europe. In 1916, President Wilson was reelected, largely on the basis of the campaign slogan, ``he kept us out of war''. Actually he was planning to get the United States into World War I all along. On April 6, 1917, shortly after his inauguration and the deliberately provoked sinking of the munitions-carrying passenger liner Lusitania by a German submarine, the United States declared war on Germany. In the meantime, the international conspirators were plotting to overthrow the Russian government. In 1915 American International Corporation was formed by the bankers to finance the Communist revolution. Leon Trotsky was sent to Russia with American diplomatic assistance to foment the revolution. Tsar Nicholas II abdicated in February, 1917, and a provisional government under Kerensky was set up. This is commonly known as the February revolution. On October 25, 1917, a Bolshevik coup occurred under Lenin, commonly known as the October Revolution or Communist Revolution. The international bankers in New York confiscated some $100 million worth of the Tsar's gold on deposit with them. The Russian royal family was executed. On January 8, 1918, President Wilson announced his 14 Points for future international relations. On November 11, 1918, Armistice Day, Germany surrendered, thus ending the hostilities. The Versailles Conference was held from January through June, 1918, to set peace terms. The League of Nations was also established, although the United States Senate never ratified it. The globalist conspiracy then stepped up its operations. The Round Table Groups which Cecil Rhodes had initiated in 1891 formed various larger groups throughout the English-speaking world. In England, the Royal Institute of International Affairs was formed on May 30, 1919. In America, the American Institute of International Affairs (later the Council on Foreign Relations) was formed. In Canada, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs was created and so forth. On March 19, 1920, the U.S. Senate refused to ratify the League of Nations Covenant, fearing (correctly) that it would make us subordinate to the British Empire. The Harding Presidency (1921-1923) In the elections of 1920, Warren G. Harding was elected President. His administration was embarrassed by the Teapot Dome scandal, which involved preferential treatment of insiders regarding our national oil reserves. Harding became gravely ill and died on August 2, 1923. He was succeeded by Vice President Calvin Coolidge. The Coolidge Years (1923-1929) Calvin Coolidge's administration was quite straightforward but two major developments took place behind the scenes, of which he was probably unaware. The first of these was the incorporation of the Council on Foreign Relations on July 29, 1921, as an outgrowth of the American Round Table Group and the American Institute of International Relations. The insiders were very upset that the United States did not join the League of Nations. Our country's freedom, economic prosperity, strong Constitution and spiritual values were the largest barrier to their plans of world domination. The Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) was created for the purpose of gaining control of the United States economically, politically and spiritually in slow, gradual steps, using the principles of Fabian Socialism. Over the years, the CFR has become the hidden government of the United States, implementing its socialistic policies regardless of the political party in power. The second major event was the formation of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations at Oxford University, London. This group was formed to conduct behavioral research and opinion formation (also known as brain washing) on an international scale. In November, 1924, Calvin Coolidge was reelected. This was a period of great prosperity in America - The Roaring Twenties. The Hoover Administration (1929-1933) Behind the scenes, the elitists were plotting their next major moves toward world domination. Through the Federal Reserve System, which they owned, they created the stock market crash on October 29, 1929. The insiders made millions of dollars of quick profits by selling short, while ordinary investors were wiped out. This lead to the Great Depression, which persisted through most of the 1930's decade. By 1932, 12,000,000 were jobless. The CFR now brought forth its first member to become a presidential candidate, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Due to the economic collapse engineered by the globalists, Roosevelt defeated Hoover by a wide margin in the election of November 1932. The Franklin D. Roosevelt Years (1933-1945) Immediately after his inauguration on March 4, 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt launched his socialistic New Deal program, along with a direct frontal assault on the United States Constitution. The excuse was the Great Depression, which of course his elitist colleagues had created. On March 6, 1933, Roosevelt ordered all U.S. banks closed, the so-called Bank Holiday, to prevent runs on the banks. On March 9, 1933, Congress passed the Emergency Powers Act, which was based on the War Powers Act of 1917, and which gave the President virtually dictatorial powers in times of ``national emergency''. The United States has been under a state of national emergency under one pretext or another continuously ever since. Also on March 9, 1933, Congress passed the Emergency Banking Act. This allowed Federal Reserve Bank notes to be issued, eventually replacing silver certificates and required all local banks to be licensed. On April 19, 1933, the gold standard was dropped. Gold coins were withdrawn from circulation - a polite way of saying confiscated from the public. Dollars could no longer be redeemed for gold. Roosevelt issued a series of Executive Orders in this time frame (E.O. 6073, 6102, 6111, 6260), the effect of which was to declare the United States Government bankrupt. Our government in effect became a bankrupt corporation controlled by its creditor, the Federal Reserve System and subject to the Law Merchant (later the Uniform Commercial Code), rather than by the Constitution. On July 12, 1933, the Internal Revenue Tax and Audit Service was formed as a Delaware corporation for the purpose of collecting taxes for the Fed. The corporation was dissolved in 1936 so that it could not be audited. It exists today as the Internal Revenue Service, part of the Treasury Department, still collecting income taxes for the Fed. In 1934, the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 was passed. This made it illegal for citizens to own gold bullion or coins, other than rare coins with numismatic value. In Europe, meanwhile, Coudenhave-Kalergi wrote Revolution Through Technology, a blueprint to return the world to a medieval society, in 1932. Adolph Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933. Also in 1933, the Humanist Manifesto was written as a direct challenge to all religions of the world. It asserted that man has the power to be god-like. It promoted atheism, evolution (rather than creation), communism and moral relativity. Thus we are told that there is no God, that the Bible and the Ten Commandments are meaningless hoaxes and that anything we do - even murder - is okay, as long as it is for a ``good reason''. John Dewey, one of the prime influences in America's government (public) school system, was a major advocate of humanism. On August 14, 1935, the Social Security Act was passed. This is the biggest Ponzi scheme of all time. Unlike private pension plans, which have contractual guarantees and substantial investment earnings, Social Security is a pay-as-you-go system with no guarantees, which will eventually go broke leaving millions of people in desperate straits. In November, 1936, President Roosevelt was reelected to his second term. There had been many pieces of New Deal legislation declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Roosevelt tried unsuccessfully to pack the court with his own people by doubling the number of justices on the court but he was able to appoint a number of justices during his 15 years in office. Eventually the court challenges withered away. Hitler invaded Poland in September 1939, thereby starting World War II. The vast majority of Americans were opposed to becoming involved in another European war, so the globalists had to wait for a while. In 1940, the Buck Act passed. This created the rebuttable presumption that we are citizens of Federal government, rather than citizens of our respective sovereign states and thus slaves on the federal plantation who are liable for the Federal government's ever-expanding debt. In November, 1940, Roosevelt was reelected to an unprecedented third term. On January 6, 1941, he gave his Four Freedoms speech. On March 11, 1941, Congress passed the Lend Lease Act. Initially it approved ``lending'' of war materials and equipment to Great Britain. In November it was expanded to include Russia. Eventually many of our nuclear warfare secrets were given to the Russians covertly under the authority of this act. On August 14, 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by FDR and Winston Churchill. It was an 8-point declaration of principles. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt knew of the planned attack in advance but deliberately did nothing to prevent it or even warn the fleet. The attack aroused anger and pro-war sentiment in the American public, exactly as Roosevelt had planned. Congress declared war. This was the last time they did so. During World War II, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was formed under the guidance of British Military Intelligence Division 6 (MI-6), the super-secret agency portrayed in the James Bond stories. General William ``Wild Bill'' Donovan was its leader. OSS became part of the Central Intelligence Agency in 1947. On June 10, 1943, Roosevelt signed the income tax withholding bill effective July 1, 1943, by which a small income tax was withheld from all worker's paychecks to help finance the war, supposedly for a two year period. For some strange reason, this process is still in operation today, notwithstanding the fact that it is unconstitutional. In July, 1944, a secret meeting of international financiers and politicians was held at Mount Washington Hotel, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The Bretton Woods conference was officially named the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, although the United Nations was not yet in existence. Among the leaders were John Maynard Keynes (a Fabian Socialist), Henry Dexter White (communist, CFR member, Asst. Secretary of the Treasury) and Virginius Frank Coe (communist). They created the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a world central bank, and the global counterpart to the Federal Reserve System. They also created the International Bank For Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), commonly called the World Bank, as the lending agency. Its objective was to make un-repayable loans to war-torn and third world nations, secured by real estate, which the bankers would ultimately possess by foreclosure. In November, 1944, Roosevelt was reelected to a fourth term. This could never happen again, thanks to the Twenty-Second Amendment. From February 3 to 11, 1945, Roosevelt, who was in failing health, met with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin at Yalta in the Crimea, to discuss post-war plans. Stalin was given control over the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, a deal we soon came to regret. President Roosevelt passed away on April 12, 1945. He was succeeded by Vice President Harry Truman, another CFR member. [ Order ] printed copy(s) of "BEATING THE NEW WORLD ORDER" 1 copy $10, 5 copies $40, 10 copies $70, 50 copies $300, 100 copies $500 The Truman Presidency (1945-1953) In the closing days of World War II, General Patton was advancing rapidly across Germany and could have occupied the entire country. However, General Eisenhower (CFR), on orders from the White House, ordered Patton to hold back so that the Russians could capture eastern Germany. This resulted in the division of Germany into two countries, with East Germany becoming a soviet-block state and Berlin becoming an international zone completely surrounded by East Germany. Adolf Hitler committed suicide, after which Germany surrendered on May 7, 1945. On June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter was signed in San Francisco. This was a major component of the New World Order. The Council on Foreign Relations had been working on this plan before the United States entered the war. The socialists and communists in America were well represented at this conference. On August 6, 1945, the world entered the age of nuclear warfare. The United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, causing enormous death and destruction. Three days later, on August 9, Nagasaki was devastated by the second atomic bomb. On August 15, Japan surrendered, bringing World War II to an end. In 1946, Congress passed the Administrative Procedures Act. This allowed the administrative agencies of the Executive branch of the Federal government to write regulations, enforce them and judge them. Here we have another clearly unconstitutional act, violating the principle of separation of powers. The Constitution does not permit Congress to delegate its exclusive legislative powers. Today we have more than 50,000 pages of new rules promulgated every year by this mechanism. In 1947, the National Security Act was passed. This created the Department of Defense and made the Air Force a separate organization on the same level as the Army, the Navy and the Marine Corps. The act also created the National Security Council, which later lead to the cover-up of all manner of illegal activities in the interest of ``national security''. Finally, the Act created the Central Intelligence Agency, incorporating the notorious OSS as its Directorate of Operations to continue covert, clandestine operations and political intrigue throughout the world. In March, 1947, the Truman Doctrine was announced, the substance of which was U.S. aid to foreign countries. On June 5, 1947, the Marshall Plan was proposed, with the same objective. In April, 1948, the Organization of American States (OAS) was formed in order to coordinate certain activities of the nations of North, Central and South America. On May 14, 1948, the nation of Israel was formed. Also in 1948, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was organized under the United Nations. In 1994, this lead to the creation of the World Trade Organization. The Cold War escalated when the Soviet Union blockaded West Berlin. The Berlin Airlift ensued in 1948 and 1949. Harry Truman was reelected in November, 1948. On August 24, 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was formed, supposedly to counter the efforts of the Soviet Union. In 1949, the Soviet Union countered by forming Comecon to coordinate the Soviet Block economies. NATO's continuing existence and current expansion after the collapse of the Soviet Union belies the true purpose for its existence. On June 25, 1950, the United Nations requested troops to restore order in Korea. The Korean War began on June 27. U.S. troops participated in great numbers for the next three years, even though the Congress had not declared war, as required by the Constitution. This was the first of many such illegal wars. On November 1, 1952, the first hydrogen bomb was detonated at Eniwetok Atoll. In November, 1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower, a CFR member, was elected President, defeating Adlai Stevenson. The Eisenhower Administration (1953-1961) On July 27, 1953, the Korean War cease fire was signed, thereby ending the Korean War fighting. In 1953 and 1954, the Reece Commission investigated the large tax-exempt foundations in the United States. It found that the basic purpose of these foundations was to influence American thought along socialistic lines in order to facilitate an eventual merger of the United States into a worldwide socialistic government, using their vast resources to finance university research. On May 1, 1954, the elitists declared World War III, the Quiet War, on the people. This is documented in the top secret Operations Research Technical Manual TM-SW9905.1, Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars, written on May 1 1979, a copy of which was found in a copy machine on July 7 1986, and which referred to the 25th anniversary of the Third World War. Please note that May 1 is also the anniversary of the founding of the Order of the Illuminati in 1776. From April 22 to June 17, 1954, Senator Joseph McCarthy conducted Senate hearings on Communism in the United States. This probe was leading to many discoveries which were very embarrassing to the globalists. They arranged to have Senator McCarthy censured in December, 1954. In May, 1954, Communist General Ho Chi Minh defeated the French forces in Indochina at Dienbeinphu, now in Vietnam. This event and the discovery of underwater oil fields off Vietnam, lead to the Vietnam War. On May 29 to 31, 1954, a secret meeting of high-ranking globalists was held at the Bilderberg Hotel, Oosterbeck, the Netherlands, to coordinate global activities of the conspirators. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands was the host and David Rockefeller, one of the top CFR leaders, was the principal organizer. They formed a high-level group known as the Bilderbergers, after the name of the hotel where they first met, also known as ``The Alliance'' and ``The Relationship''. They meet every year at exclusive resorts throughout the world--which they completely take over for their clandestine meetings--to plot their next activities toward establishing the New World Order. On September 8, 1954, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was formed at a meeting in Manila. Participating nations were the United States, Great Britain, France, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines Pakistan, and Thailand. From July 18 to 23, 1955, a summit meeting was held in Geneva. The participants were the United States, Great Britain, France and the U.S.S.R. In October, 1956, Israel captured the Suez Canal. In that same month, the Hungarian revolt occurred. Naturally there was no assistance from the socialist-dominated government in Washington. In November, 1956, President Eisenhower was reelected, once again defeating Adlai Stevenson. In 1957, the European Economic Community (EEC), also known as the Common Market, was formed. The original members were Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Italy and West Germany. In 1973, England, Denmark Norway and Ireland were added. In 1979, Greece, Portugal and Spain joined. On December 31 92, it became a political union and changed its name to the European Community (EC), with headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. In September, 1957, the segregation crises erupted in Little Rock, Arkansas. Federal troops were sent in to restore order. In July, 1958, U.S. Marines were sent to Lebanon to control disturbances. They remained there until October. On January 2, 1959, Communist revolutionary Fidel Castro overthrew F. Batista in Cuba. Castro remains in power to this day but may soon be overthrown himself. Also in 1959, the World Constitution and Parliament Association was formed by Philip Isely in Lakewood, Colorado. It drafted a new constitution for the world, to be implemented when the globalists seize power. The Provisional World Parliament has even had the audacity to pass a number of laws, pending their elevation to global authority. On May 1, 1960, CIA operative Gary Power's U-2 reconnaissance plane was shot down while spying on the U.S.S.R., creating a major international incident. The Kennedy Years (1961-1963) John F. Kennedy's brief administration introduced several key items to advance the New World Order agenda. One of these, Emergency Banking Regulation #1, was issued in 1961. This authorized the Secretary of the Treasury to seize anyone's bank account, fix prices and order rationing in times of national emergency. Of course we have been under a ``national emergency'' since 1933. On April 17, 1961, the CIA invaded Cuba with Special Forces units in order to overthrow Fidel Castro. President Kennedy withdrew support for the mission at the last minute. The episode became known as the Bay of Pigs Fiasco. In August, 1961, the Communists erected the Berlin Wall to prevent the escape of East Berliners into West Berlin. On September 26, 1961, State Department Publication 7277, relating to Public Law 87- 297, was issued. It was entitled Freedom From War: The U.S. Program For General and Complete Disarmament In a Peaceful World. The plan is to disarm all of the nations in the world in three phases over a period of time and to have a corresponding build-up of United Nations Forces. In Phase 3, the U.N. will have all of the military (``peacekeeping'') forces under its direct command and the individual nations will have only national police forces for internal security. On February 16, 1962, President Kennedy issued ten Executive Orders which would give the Federal government control of the following resources in the event of a national emergency: 10995: Communications media 10997: Electrical power, gas, petroleum, fuel and minerals. 10998: Food resources, farms. 10999: Transportation, highways, seaports. 11000: Civilians (work brigades). 11001: Health, education, welfare. 11002: Civilians (registration by the Postmaster General). 11003: Airports, aircraft. 11004: Housing, community relocation. 11005: Railroads, inland waterways, public storage facilities. Coupled with Emergency Banking Regulation #1, that covers just about everything except religious facilities. These and eleven other Executive Orders were revoked as separate orders and were incorporated into E.O. 11490 on October 22, 1969, by President Nixon. That in turn was revoked and incorporated into E.O. 12656 on November 18, 1988, by President Reagan. The latter E.O. is the directive which is currently in force. A major attack on religion was the U.S. Supreme Court decision on June 17, 1963 which held (without Constitutional precedent) that reciting the Lord's Prayer or Bible verses in public schools was unconstitutional. In August, 1963, the Kennedy Administration (primarily Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara) commissioned a study by a group of fifteen researchers to evaluate the impact on the government of world peace and to suggest means other than war to keep the population under control. The Special Study Group, as it was called, first met in Iron Mountain, an underground nuclear bomb shelter in Hudson, New York used by many large corporations as a survival facility. They met in secrecy at various locations throughout the country over a 2 1/2-year period. In March 1966, they wrote a secret report called The Report of the Special Study Group on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace, more commonly known as The Report From Iron Mountain. The report was not intended for public release but one of the members felt that it was too important to conceal and released a copy to Dial Press, which published it in 1967. The report's basic conclusion was that lasting peace was probably unattainable and even if it could be achieved, it would not be in the best interests of a stable society to achieve it. This 108-page report is mind-boggling, Among its startling recommendations are the following: Create environmental hoaxes to keep people worried about ecology. Spend massive sums on space exploration programs. Spend massive sums on arms-control inspection programs. Create UFO scares of invasions by extraterrestrial enemies. Encourage ``blood games'' for ``social purification''. Please note that all of these recommendations have been implemented, which tends to confirm the authenticity of the report. In 1963, President Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110, which authorized the U.S. Treasury to issue $4 billion of U.S. Notes (silver certificates), by-passing the Fed's debt- creating Federal Reserve notes. Naturally this upset the banking cartel and probably was a major reason why he was assassinated. President Lincoln had met a similar fate in 1865 after he ordered the issuance of U.S. Notes. Kennedy was also planning to reduce American involvement in the Vietnam area, which disturbed the globalists even further, as they wanted to escalate the conflict and the CIA had not forgotten the Bay of Pigs. President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963, supposedly by Lee Harvey Oswald. Two days later, Jack Ruby shot Oswald. There is much evidence that the Warren Commission Report was a cover-up and that the real murderers were agents of the FBI, CIA, the Secret Service and possibly others. In any event, Kennedy was dead and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as President. The Lyndon Johnson Presidency (1963-1969) Lyndon B. Johnson launched what he called The Great Society, expanding the Federal government's social welfare programs. One of his first official acts was to revoke E.O. 11110, which had authorized the printing of U.S. notes, rather than Federal Reserve notes. On August 17, 1964, he issued the Tonkin Resolution, which authorized direct U.S. military action in Vietnam. Johnson was reelected in November 1964, defeating Barry Goldwater. On April 28, 1965, 14,000 U.S. troops were sent to the Dominican Republic to suppress a civil war there. From August 11 to 16, 1965, race riots erupted in the Watts section of Los Angeles. Martial law was declared. In June, 1967, an Arab-Israeli war broke out. On January 23, 1968, the electronic surveillance ship U.S.S. Pueblo was seized by the North Koreans. Presidential candidate Senator Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, supposedly by a Jordanian named Sirhan Sirhan. The evidence strongly suggests that the actual killer was Thane Cesar, a CIA operative. President Johnson ordered a halt to the bombing of North Vietnam on October 31, 1968. As in the case of Korea, the real objective was not to win the war but to keep the military-industrial complex fed and happy. Also in 1968, the silver backing of paper currency was ended, leaving us with pure fiat unredeemable paper as money. The Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, also known as the Gun Control Act of 1968, was passed. It was modeled on Nazi Germany's gun control law of 1938. One of the vital points of the globalist agenda is to strip American citizens of their guns so that their global tyranny can be implemented with a minimum of resistance. A large amount of anti-gun misinformation has been released by the government for many years but the American people are a lot smarter than the globalists assume. A major behind-the-scenes event in 1968 was the formation of another globalist organization, called the Club of Rome. The Nixon Years (1969-1974) On October 22, 1969, President Nixon issued E.O. 11490, which consolidated 21 previous Executive Orders relating to national emergencies, including the ten issued by President Kennedy in 1962 as previously described. It also created the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The Organized Crime Control Act of 1970 was passed. As usual, Congress exempted itself from its provisions. Anti-war demonstrations broke out on the Kent State University campus. Ohio National Guard units were sent in to quell the rioting. Four university students were killed on May 4, 1970. On February 21, 1971, President Nixon and his Foreign Affairs Adviser, Henry Kissinger, departed for an 8-day ``Journey for Peace'' to Peking, Peoples Republic of China. Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo's ``Pentagon Papers'' were published in the New York Times starting June 13, 1971. On August 15, 1971, President Nixon issued an Executive Order stating that foreigners could no longer exchange U.S. paper dollars (Federal Reserve Notes) for gold, and that the 25% gold reserve requirement was discontinued. Thus the Gold Exchange Standard ceased to exist. President Nixon went to Moscow starting May 22, 1972 for summit talks about strategic arms limitations. On June 17, 1972, a group of Nixon partisans burglarized the Democratic National Committee headquarters office in the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. Thus began the Watergate scandal and cover-up. In the elections of November 1972, President Nixon was reelected. The Watergate scandal continued to grow. As was later learned, the whole affair was a globalist plan to dump Nixon. General Alexander Haig (CFR) of Nixon's staff was the ``Deep Throat'' who fed information to reporter Bob Woodward of the Washington Post (a CFR- controlled newspaper). On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its famous decision on Roe v. Wade, which allowed abortions. In 1973, a major event occurred behind the scenes. The Trilateral Commission was formed under the leadership of David Rockefeller, one of the leading globalists. The purpose of this organization was to coordinate the New World Order efforts of Western Europe, North America and Japan. Another Arab-Israeli war called the Yom Kippur War broke out in 1973. On October 19, 1973, the OPEC nations banned oil exports to the United States. An oil crisis ensued. This had been prearranged at a Bilderberger meeting in Sweden in May in order to increase oil and shipping company profits. President Nixon resigned on August 9, 1974. Vice President Gerald R. Ford became President. As pre-arranged, Ford pardoned Nixon on September 8, 1974. Alexander Haig and Henry Kissinger took over virtual control of the government. The Ford Term (1974-1977) The major event in Gerald Ford's short term of office was the Communist victory in Vietnam in 1975. Behind the scenes, the United States Association of the Club of Rome was formed in 1976 in order to accelerate the move toward the New World Order. The Carter Presidency (1977-1981) President James E. ``Jimmy'' Carter, a CFR member, was inaugurated in January 1977. In 1978, the Global 2000 plan was written by Cyrus Vance under Club of Rome sponsorship. President Carter adopted it in 1979. Its objective was to reduce world population drastically by means of war, famine, plagues and diseases, getting rid of what they call the ``useless eaters''. As part of this plan, the HIV virus was developed from bovine leukemia virus by the Biological Warfare Center at Fort Detrich, Maryland and injected into many Africans and others, causing the AIDS epidemic. On April 18, 1978, the U.S. Senate voted to turn over the Panama Canal to Panama effective December 31, 1999. Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars was written on May 1, 1979. As we saw earlier, it was written on the 25th anniversary of the day the elitists had declared World War III on the people, May 1, 1954. On July 20, 1979, President Carter issued E.O. 12148. This revoked 13 prior Executive Orders and transferred more emergency functions to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In 1979, Shah Pahlevi of Iran was overthrown by the Ayatolla Khomeni. On November 4, 1979, the staff of the American Embassy, in Teheran, was taken hostage by student followers of the Ayatolla. The Monetary Control Act of 1980 was passed. It authorized the Fed to monetize foreign debt, meaning to create money and national debt to pay the banking cartel on defaulted foreign loans. In the elections of November 4, 1980, Ronald Reagan was elected President, defeating President Carter. Reagan was a movie actor by profession. He was once a liberal Democrat but was a liberal Republican when he was Governor of California. He was not a member of the CFR, being the only President from Franklin D. Roosevelt to the present time who was an ``outsider''. Naturally, the globalists were concerned that someone not of their own choosing was going to be in the White House. The Club of Rome met in Washington in late November and early December to plan ways to control or oppose Reagan. They succeeded in getting Reagan to appoint about 400 CFR members to key federal offices, thereby assuring continuity of the globalist agenda. The Club of Rome also approved the Global 2000 plan described earlier. The Reagan Administration (1981-1989) Ronald Reagan was inaugurated President on January 20, 1981. The hostages in Iran were released immediately thereafter, having been held hostage for 444 days. It was later discovered that the timing of the release was another behind-the-scenes deal known as the October Surprise. The Iranians were apparently willing to release the hostages in October, before the elections but it was arranged to delay the release until after Reagan's inauguration. On March 30, 1981, President Reagan and James Brady were shot and injured in Washington by John Hinkley, Jr. Fortunately the assassination attempt failed but it did become the source of much propaganda for gun control laws. In 1982, President Reagan appointed Vice President George Bush as Drug Czar. Also in 1982, Pastor Everett Sileven was arrested and jailed for refusing to register his church school with the State of Nebraska. This was another example of the government's growing opposition to religion, especially Christianity. On June 3, 1983, Christian Patriot tax protester Gordon Kahl was killed by the FBI. A group of international bankers met secretly in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1983 and drafted the Ditchley Plan. Its purpose was to destroy the U.S. banking system and to give control of our money to the International Monetary Fund. On September 1, 1983, Korean Airlines Flight 007 was shot down by the Russians. 269 were killed, including Congressman Larry McDonald who had been exposing the CFR and the Trilateral Commission. On October 23, 1983, terrorists attacked a U.S. Marine Corps and Navy facility in Beirut, Lebanon. On October 25, 1983, U.S. Marines and Special Forces Rangers were sent to invade Grenada. In 1984, Lt. Colonel Oliver North, working for the National Security Council, developed Readiness Exercise 1984 (Rex 84), a test to replace state and local government personnel with FEMA. Public Law 99-570 authorized 23 detention centers in the U.S. under FEMA's control. 20 more were authorized later. These are intended to imprison U.S.citizens who resist the New World Order when martial law is declared. On November 6, 1984, President Reagan was reelected, defeating Walter Mondale. The Palestine Liberation Front hijacked the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro near Egypt on October 7, 1985. The Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations began in 1986. They continued until 1994 and resulted in the 22,000 page GATT agreement and the World Trade Organization. On April 14, 1986, U.S. warplanes attacked Libya. The secret CIA sale of U.S. arms to Iran and the diversion of profits to the Nicaraguan Contras came to light in November 1986. Iran Contra hearings were held May through August 1987 and revealed some of the government's dirty tricks. The international bankers met secretly in Estes Park, Colorado in 1987. They worked out a deal to accept the U.S. national parks as collateral for the federal debt. The stock market crashed on October 19, 1987. In 1988, the Montreal Protocol developed methods of dealing with ozone depletion in the atmosphere. This was later shown to be one of the environmental hoaxes which grew out of the Report From Iron Mountain. The Anti Drug Abuse Act of 1988, P.L. 100-960, was passed. This act strips away many of our Constitutional rights. In the elections of November 8, 1988, George Bush was elected President, defeating Michael Dukakis. Before he left office, President Reagan issued E.O. 12656, Assignment of Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities, on November 18, 1988. This outlined each federal agency's part in the overall emergency powers program. The Bush Presidency (1989-1993) George Herbert Walker Bush is one of the prime movers in the New World Order. He is a member of the Order of Skull & Bones at Yale, the CFR, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderbergers. The globalist agenda advanced rapidly during his term in office. One of his first acts was to create Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces (MJTF) composed of members of various federal, state and local organizations to accomplish specific law enforcement tasks, following the task force concept in use in the military forces for many years. These task forces will be used to do the house-to-house search and seizure raids when martial law is declared and to operate the FEMA detention centers. In 1989, we were informed of the breakup of the U.S.S.R. and the supposed end of the Cold War. It is true that there was an economic collapse, as must befall all socialistic economies and elimination of the political union but in reality little else has changed. Communists are still in charge and the military forces are intact and in fact growing. This, as you may recall, is the sixth period of glasnost/perostroika since the Communist revolution in 1917. We are now giving them massive amounts of foreign aid and they are sending troops and equipment to the United States. On November 8, 1989, President Bush sent Treaty Document 101-6 to Congress. This would authorize the United Nations to collect taxes in the United States. On December 20, 1989, U.S. troops invaded Panama to capture Manuel Noriega and to overthrow his government. This involved 24,000 U.S. soldiers and an expenditure of $164 million, not to mention Panamanian and U.S. casualties. It was later learned that the real reason for this invasion was that Noriega was putting the squeeze on the banks which were doing the money laundering for the CIA drug trade, of which General Noriega was a key part. On April 25, 1990, President Bush issued an Executive Order which created the Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Its mission is to provide a government- wide intelligence and analytical network to prosecute money laundering and other financial crimes. They are heavily involved in asset seizures. On November 11, 1990, President Bush issued an Executive Order which allowed United Nations' battle groups into the United States. Many foreign troops have been seen here, predominantly Russians. Iraq invaded Kuwait. President Bush sent U.S. armed forces personnel to neighboring Saudi Arabia on August 7, 1990, in an operation called Desert Shield. Iraq ignored the ultimatum to withdraw from Kuwait. Operation Desert Storm, also known as the Persian Gulf War, started in January, 1991, with high-tech bombing. A 4-day ground assault in February brought a quick end to the hostilities. 450,000 U.S. military personnel were involved at a cost of $7.4 billion. George Bush was later given a knighthood in the Order of the Bath by Queen Elizabeth II for protecting the interests of British Petroleum Company, which owns most of the oil wells in Kuwait, and which is owned primarily by the Rothschilds. Congress passed the National Drug and Crime Enforcement Act in 1991. It allows the President to suspend the Constitution and declare martial law. In the Spring of 1992, race riots erupted in Los Angeles after the four police officers who had brutally beaten Rodney King were acquitted in state court. The officers were later tried for civil rights violations in federal district court. Many thought that the second trial was illegal, violating the double jeopardy provision of the Constitution. However, this case confirms the fact that the Federal government is a separate jurisdiction, distinct from the 50 states, with its own set of laws. The International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights was proposed on April 2, 1992. It is a complete reversal of our Bill of Rights, a document that expressly limits the power of the Federal government. The Covenant takes the opposite approach--people have only whatever rights the government chooses to give them. In June, 1992, the United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development, commonly known as the Earth Summit, met in Rio de Janeiro to plan further government controls over the world. Baron Edmond de Rothschild and billionaire Maurice Strong outlined a plan to gain control of the world by means of environmental hysteria. In August, 1992, a Multi Jurisdictional Task Force attacked the Randy Weaver family's cabin in a remote area of Ruby Ridge, Idaho, near Naples. Randy's son, Sammy, was shot in the back six times and killed. Randy's wife, Vicki, was shot in the head by an FBI sniper while she was holding her baby in her arms. Randy Weaver and his friend Kevin Harris were wounded. An estimated 400 government agents were involved in this attack on a Christian Identity family. On October 15, 1992, Donald P. Scott was killed in his home by 31 government agents from 8 law enforcement agencies, another MJTF operation. His ``crime'' was that he refused to sell his 200-acre ranch in Malibu, California, to the government. In the elections of November 1992, William Clinton defeated President Bush and Ross Perot. President Bush sent 28,000 U.S. troops to Somalia on December 5, 1992. This operation cost $2 billion and many lives. The Clinton Fiasco (1993 to present) Bill Clinton is another insider who is committed to pushing the globalist agenda aggressively. He was a student of Carroll Quigley at Georgetown, a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford and a graduate of Yale Law School. Congress passed the Crime Control Act of 1993. This Act deals with hate crimes, child abuse, the use of cash, privacy and criminal terrorism (such as anti-abortion protestors). The basic objective of the law is to control free speech, criticism of the government, protestors and demonstrations. One of the most outrageous events in the history of our country was the MJTF attack on the Branch Davidian church at Mt. Carmel, near Waco, Texas, which is commonly referred to as the Waco Massacre. The Davidians are an offshoot of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) suspected that the Davidians might be planning an attack because they bought a large number of guns over the years. Actually some members were licensed firearms dealers who sold weapons at gun shows to earn their livelihood. BATF raided the church in large numbers on February 28, 1993, and the Davidians fought back. Four people on each side were killed in the gunfight. The FBI then took charge of the operation and started a 50-day siege by MJTF forces which ended on April 19 with the murder of 96 Christians by CS gas, fire and gunfire, and a total destruction of the facility. On May 5, 1993, President Clinton committed 5,000 U.S. troops to the command of a Turkish General for a U.N. peacekeeping operation. This was the first time in U.S. history that U.S. troops served directly under foreign commanders but it won't be the last. On July 19, 1993, the first U.S. troops were sent to Macedonia to help with the war in Bosnia. On July 29, 1993, a Russian citizen, Kirill Goussev, was sworn in as a cadet at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut. On September 8, 1993, the U.S. and Russia agreed to conduct joint peacekeeping training in Europe. More U.S. troops were sent to Somalia by President Clinton on October 3, 1993. Two weeks later, on October 16, he ordered a naval blockade of Haiti. In November, 1993, the North American Free Trade Agreement passed by a narrow margin in Congress after intensive lobbying by President Clinton, who signed the agreement into law on December 8. Being an international treaty, a two-thirds approval in the Senate was required, but who in government worries about the Constitution any more? This agreement was a major piece of the globalist agenda, forming Region One of the ten-region global government soon to be in place. President Clinton attended a NATO meeting in Brussels on January 11, 1994, to encourage the dismantling of the Ukraine's nuclear arsenal and to encourage the assimilation of the former Communist enemies into NATO. The Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations, begun in 1986, concluded with a 22,000 page agreement on April 18, 1994. It was ratified by Congress in December. The World Trade Organization will become operational on January 1, 1995, achieving another major goal of the globalists in their plan for world domination. On April 27, 1994, Nelson Mandella of the African National Congress was elected President of South Africa. His ally, KGB Colonel Joe Slovo, was appointed to government office. This major victory of Communism may find the western world soon cut off from the mineral resources of South Africa. On May 3, 1994, President Clinton issued Presidential Decision Directive 25. The directive is classified but the unclassified extract indicated that it allows the President to turn over U.S. military forces to the United Nations at his discretion. Thus we are about to enter Phase III of the disarmament plan formulated in 1961. On May 20, 1994, tax protester Red Beckman's ranch house in Montana was bulldozed to the ground by the IRS. On May 25, 1994, President Clinton issued E.O. 12808, extending the ``national emergency'' for another year, again using the Bosnia conflict as the excuse. Meanwhile, on June 1, 1994, U.N. Development Report 1994 was issued. This calls for the disbanding of the United States and making it part of the United Nations in March 1995! On June 3, 1994, he signed E.O. 12919, National Defense Industrial Preparedness, making himself a virtual dictator, with wartime and peacetime controls over the economy. On July 11, 1994, Boris Yeltsin was invited to join the G-7 summit meeting in Naples. Perhaps Russia will be added to the club, making it G-8. On July 22, 1994, President Clinton ordered U.S. troops into Rwanda to help quell the civil war raging there. From this point on, the globalist agenda accelerates so fast that ii is difficult to keep up with. For example, my local newspaper of September 14, 1994, included the following headlines: -Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 passed -U.S. troops prepare to invade Haiti -180 nations adopt a plan to slow population growth -Congress passes the Interstate Banking Bill -National debt reached $4,679,665,000,000, up $33,633,000,000 in August Similarly, the following articles appeared in the October 18, 1994 edition: -Edwards/Leahy Digital Telephone Act of 1994 passed (also known as the Wiretap Access Bill) -Mikail Gorbechev, President of Green Cross International, at the Environmental Media Awards presentation in Beverly Hills -Queen Elizabeth II and Boris Yeltsin toast at a black-tie dinner in the Kremlin's Chamber of Facets, the first such event there since the 1917 Revolution -North Korea to receive $4 billion in U.S. aid for promising not to develop nuclear weapons -Associated Press article about the cost of gun violence, with inaccurate data As you can plainly see, the world events are accelerating to an explosive climax. In the next chapter, we will focus on the major conspiratorial groups and their current activities.
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