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  • ...and now for a world government

    12/08/2008 8:41:52 PM PST · by re_tail20 · 7 replies · 596+ views
    Financial Times ^ | December 8, 2008 | Gideon Rachman
    I have never believed that there is a secret United Nations plot to take over the US. I have never seen black helicopters hovering in the sky above Montana. But, for the first time in my life, I think the formation of some sort of world government is plausible. A “world government” would involve much more than co-operation between nations. It would be an entity with state-like characteristics, backed by a body of laws. The European Union has already set up a continental government for 27 countries, which could be a model. The EU has a supreme court, a currency,...
  • The new world devised by Maurice Strong and George Soros

    11/24/2008 5:59:36 PM PST · by blackrobe · 17 replies · 1,613+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | November 24, 2008 | Judi McLeod
    Have you ever wondered how capitalism was pushed over the edge of the cliff just six weeks before the American presidential election? According to financial experts, the world, as we know it will change dramatically by the year 2012. People, who provided for their families only three years ago, will be desperately searching for food. The story of the economic meltdown of 2008 begins and ends with the United Nations and its carefully managed One World Order.
  • Amid economic slowdown, signs of new world order

    06/05/2008 11:41:54 AM PDT · by BGHater · 20 replies · 83+ views
    The Christian Science Monitor ^ | 02 June 2008 | Mark Trumbull
    <p>The world economy is cooling this year thanks to a slowdown in the United States, but something new is playing out: This slowdown is serving to amplify a shift in financial power toward Asia and developing nations.</p> <p>Countries such as China and India are now big enough to help guide the global economy. In the past, a sharp downshift in the US and Europe would decisively slow the rate of global growth.</p>
  • A new world order as US sinks

    04/14/2008 7:59:20 AM PDT · by BGHater · 24 replies · 60+ views
    The Australian ^ | 04 Apr 2008 | Marcus Walker, James Hookway and James T. Areddy
    Heres's a big lesson of the first international financial crisis of the 21st century: some old-fashioned economies are weathering the storm better than those that borrowed big to spur growth or those that bet heavily on debt-strapped American consumers. The US, the economy at the centre of the turmoil, is dragging down world growth. On Wednesday, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke gave his most pessimistic assessment to date of the US economy's outlook, strongly suggesting that a recession was likely. In testimony before Congress, he also said the Fed projected slower global growth over the coming quarters. How the other...
  • The New New World Order

    09/30/2001 11:00:51 PM PDT · by Enemy Of The State · 2 replies · 42+ views
    The Sunday Telegraph ^ | 10/01/01 | Anne Applebaum
    The New New World Order By Anne Applebaum AMERICAN troops have landed in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, Russia's post-communist satrapies. The Indian government has agreed, for the first time ever, to let American planes land on its soil too. The Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority have been dragged back to the negotiating table. The Northern Alliance, the anti-Taliban Afghan opposition, which has been of almost no concern to the United States, are now its vital allies. Behind the scenes, the United States is negotiating with Iran. Three weeks ago, each one of these developments would have seemed improbable, even impossible. ...
  • Mark Steyn on WCTC 1450 AM to discuss "America Alone" (Today - 1/19)

    01/19/2008 7:20:02 AM PST · by shoptalk · 21 replies · 10,150+ views
    WCTC 1450 AM Radio ^ | January 19, 2007 | Keith Rasmussen
    Mark Steyn will join Loud & Clear (Central Jersey 1450 AM WCTC) to discuss his book, "America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It " today (Saturday, January 19th). Mr. Steyn will be the guest of Keith Rasmussen and Maggie Glynn who host Loud & Clear on Central Jersey 1450 - 5 pm to 7 pm Eastern. He will join Loud & Clear at 5:05 pm (Eastern). Listen live on WCTC: WCTC streams live at wctcam.com (the *Listen Live* button is near the top left of the page). Call in toll free at 888 545-9282 (888 545-WCTC)....
  • US diplomat regrets freedom fries and French-bashing

    11/01/2007 2:04:49 AM PDT · by Republicain · 30 replies · 200+ views
    PARIS (AFP) — A top US diplomat said Wednesday he regretted the French-bashing that took place in the United States over France's refusal to join the US-led war in Iraq. Nicholas Burns, number three in the US State Department, called a decision to rename French fries as freedom fries in the US Congress foolish and he welcomed a new closeness between France and the United States. "I surely hope that those Americans who renamed French fries into freedom fries, and those Americans who poured perfectly good French wines down American drains, I hope that they realise what foolishness that was,"...
  • Continuity, not Change [Isolationism in America]

    11/01/2007 11:19:03 AM PDT · by SJackson · 1 replies · 131+ views
    Security Affairs ^ | 11-1-07 | Mackubin Thomas Owens
    Continuity, not Change Mackubin Thomas Owens Robert Kagan, Dangerous Nation (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2006), 544 pp. It is generally accepted today that George W. Bush’s foreign policy—especially his doctrine of preemptive war and his emphasis on the promotion of democracy—represents a radical break with the American past. According to the conventional narrative, U.S. foreign policy was originally based on the principle of non-intervention; the American Founders are often invoked in support of the claim that the default position of U.S. foreign policy is isolationism. Who has not heard the argument that Washington’s Farewell Address counsels opposition to...
  • The New New World Order

    06/17/2007 8:47:21 AM PDT · by fangle · 71 replies · 1,136+ views
    ForeignAffairs.org ^ | March/April 2007 | Daniel W. Drezner
    Controversies over the war in Iraq and U.S. unilateralism have overshadowed a more pragmatic and multilateral component of the Bush administration's grand strategy: its attempt to reconfigure U.S. foreign policy and international institutions in order to account for shifts in the global distribution of power and the emergence of states such as China and India. This unheralded move is well intentioned and well advised, and Washington should redouble its efforts.
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #5

    09/30/2006 10:18:39 AM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,021 replies · 17,934+ views
    CIA ^ | Page last updated: 07/27/2006 | National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015
    "Global Trends 2015" Terrorism-Related Excerpts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following items are terrorism-related items from the National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts" report (December 2000). Transnational Terrorism (page 50) States with poor governance; ethnic, cultural, or religious tensions; weak economies; and porous borders will be prime breeding grounds for terrorism. In such states, domestic groups will challenge the entrenched government, and transnational networks seeking safehavens. At the same time, the trend away from state-supported political terrorism and toward more diverse, free-wheeling, transnational networks—enabled by information technology—will continue. Some of the states that actively sponsor...
  • War on terror 'could last 50 years'

    08/20/2006 3:57:51 AM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 56 replies · 1,222+ views
    news.com.au ^ | 20 August 2006
    FEDERAL Treasurer Peter Costello has warned Australians to brace themselves for a war on terror that could exceed the previous 50 years of the cold war. Mr Costello told a Liberal Party conference in Melbourne today that Australians must "steel ourselves" and be clear about their values as they prepare for a long war on terror. "The cold war lasted over 50 years," he said. "The war on terror could last a lot longer." Mr Costello said a free society must be prepared to defend itself against the threat of terrorism. "There are, unfortunately, terrorists who would rather see Australia...
  • The New World Disorder

    08/17/2006 10:21:22 AM PDT · by Bokababe · 16 replies · 685+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | Thursday, 17 August 2006 | By Michael Djordjevic
    Last in a three-part series. Addressing a joint session of Congress on Sept. 1, 1990, President George H.W. Bush proclaimed the advent of the New World Order. A new era of peace, prosperity, transnationalism and integration was ahead for long-suffering humankind. The new system was based on the notion that nation-states are destructive to the progress of humankind because nationalism, like cancer, spreads and causes conflicts. Therefore, dominant and enduring international institutions should be empowered to coordinate worldwide efforts in the political, social and economic realms. The collapse of communism presented the world with unforeseen problems. As the Cold War...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #4.

    08/07/2006 3:43:15 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,043 replies · 13,859+ views
    National Review Online ^ | August 02, 2006 | Walid Phares on the Mideast
    Tehran & Damascus Move to Lebanon Lebanon-born Walid Phares is a senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Author of the recent book Future Jihad, he was also one of the architects of 2004’s United Nations resolution 1559, which called for the disarming of Hezbollah. NRO editor Kathryn Lopez recently talked to Phares about what’s going on in the Mideast, what happened to the Cedar Revolution, and this war we’re all in. Kathryn Jean Lopez: What is “Future Jihad”? Are we seeing it in the Mideast now? Walid Phares: “Future Jihad,” which has already begun, refers to...
  • The World’s New Order

    08/01/2006 6:45:39 AM PDT · by Curlyhead · 15 replies · 567+ views
    FamilySecurityMatters.org ^ | 8/1/06 | Tashbih Sayyed
    Events unfolding since the dismemberment of the Soviet Union indicate the emergence of a new world order - a world order in which non-state and militant entities like Al Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah and Lashkar-e-Taiba, have come to play an influential role on the world stage. They have not only been able to influence the direction of the world events and the policies of the major world powers but have also forced the common man to bring about changes in his daily life. The world powers, despite their abhorrence of these entities, have found themselves compelled to enter into negotiations with...
  • Czech bid for US missile base

    07/19/2006 9:49:37 AM PDT · by AKSurprise · 9 replies · 424+ views
    BBC News ^ | 07/18/06 | BBC News
    American military experts have arrived in the Czech Republic to examine potential sites for a new missile defence base. During a week-long mission they will inspect three training military grounds. The United States is said to be considering either the Czech Republic, Poland or Hungary for the base. Its purpose will be to shoot down long-range missiles before they reach their targets in the US or Europe. The visit of the 22 American experts is the last stage in two-year long talks between defence officials of both countries, the deputy spokesman of the Defence Ministry in Prague, Jan Pejsek, told...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World.

    06/16/2006 2:08:19 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,622 replies · 13,190+ views
    the Middle East Quarterly ^ | SPRING 2006 • VOLUME XIII: NUMBER 2 | David Kennedy Houck
    The Islamist Challenge to the U.S. Constitution by David Kennedy Houck First in Europe and now in the United States, Muslim groups have petitioned to establish enclaves in which they can uphold and enforce greater compliance to Islamic law. While the U.S. Constitution enshrines the right to religious freedom and the prohibition against a state religion, when it comes to the rights of religious enclaves to impose communal rules, the dividing line is more nebulous. Can U.S. enclaves, homeowner associations, and other groups enforce Islamic law? Such questions are no longer theoretical. While Muslim organizations first established enclaves in Europe,[1]...
  • Czech bid for US missile base

    07/18/2006 12:02:42 PM PDT · by Grzegorz 246 · 20 replies · 556+ views
    BBC ^ | 18 July 2006
    American military experts have arrived in the Czech Republic to examine potential sites for a new missile defence base. During a week-long mission they will inspect three training military grounds. The United States is said to be considering either the Czech Republic, Poland or Hungary for the base. Its purpose will be to shoot down long-range missiles before they reach their targets in the US or Europe. The visit of the 22 American experts is the last stage in two-year long talks between defence officials of both countries, the deputy spokesman of the Defence Ministry in Prague, Jan Pejsek, told...
  • American Bases To Be Moved From Germany To Eastern Europe

    07/10/2006 1:06:23 PM PDT · by lizol · 85 replies · 2,816+ views
    Global Politician ^ | 7/10/2006 | Sam Vaknin
    American Bases To Be Moved From Germany To Eastern Europe Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. - 7/10/2006 Invited by a grateful United States, the Czech Republic sent in February 2003 a representative to meet with Iraqi opposition in Kurdish north Iraq. The country was one of the eight signatories on a letter, co-signed by Britain, Italy, Spain and the two other European Union central European candidate-members, Poland and Hungary, in support of US policy in the Gulf. According to The Observer and the New York Times, American troops in Germany - and the billions of dollars in goods and services they consume...
  • The New World ~ the Six Most Important U.S. Military Bases lists:

    05/21/2006 8:57:11 AM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 3 replies · 321+ views
    Belmont Club ^ | Friday, May 19, 2006 | wretchard
    Foreign Policy's article the Six Most Important U.S. Military Bases lists: Andersen Air Force Base & Apra Harbor, Guam;Balad Air Base/Camp Anaconda, Iraq; Bezmer Air Base, Bulgaria;Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory;Guantánamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba;Manas Air Base, Kirgizstan as the most vital installations in the world. There may be disagreements about whether or not these should be the Top Six US bases worldwide, but the list serves to illustrate the geopolitical transformation that has taken place since 2000. Or more accurately, it reflects the current administration's perception of what the geopolitical map the early 21st century looks like. Not...
  • US backs Albania, Croatia, Macedonia NATO bid

    05/07/2006 8:02:01 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 23 replies · 445+ views
    Khaleej Times Online ^ | May 07 2006 | AFP
    DUBROVNIK, Croatia - US Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday voiced his country’s support for Albania, Croatia and Macedonia in their bid to join NATO, saying they would “help rejuvenate” the 57-year-old Alliance. “The Adriatic Charter countries have expressed the desire for joining the transatlantic community and we support that,” Cheney said before meeting the premiers of the three countries in the southern Adriatic town of Dubrovnik. “We understand the desire to join NATO and the European community. We also believe that it’s very important for both NATO and the EU to take in the new members,” Cheney said. He...