The (New?) World Order

The (New?) World Order
Vol: 120 Issue: 27 Tuesday, September 27, 2011

The New World Order isn’t exactly new – it’s been a long time in the making.  The phrase “New World Order” as used in the modern context probably originated with Cecil Rhodes in the early twentieth century.

Rhodes was an English-born mining magnate and politician, founder of South Africa’s De Beers diamond company, founder of the African state of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe and Zambia),  founder of numerous globalist societies and think tanks and creator of the Rhodes Scholarship.

Rhodes dedicated his life to the advancement of a globalist cause. Rhodes’ goal wasn’t merely to see a world government, he set up a trust to “federate the English-speaking peoples and to bring all the habitable portions of the world under their control.”

The trust he set up to further his Insider global agenda was called the Rhodes Trust. Its’ purpose is outlined in its charter:

“The extension of British rule throughout the world, the perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom and of colonization by British subjects of all lands wherein the means of livelihood are obtainable by energy, labour and enterprise, … the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of a British Empire, the inauguration of a system of Colonial representation in the Imperial Parliament which may tend to weld together the disjointed members of the Empire, and finally, the foundation of so great a power as to hereafter render wars impossible and promote the best interests of humanity.”

Baron Rothschild funded Rhodes in the development of the British South Africa Company and DeBeers Diamonds. The Rhodes scholarship is funded by his estate and administered by the estate of Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild.  

There are only thirty-two Rhodes scholarships available each year for American students.  Their graduates include some of the most influential globalists of the last fifty years.

Dean Rusk, Secretary of State under Kennedy and Johnson; Senator William Fullbright; Senator Bill Bradley, President Bill Clinton; Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbot; George Stephanopolis; former House Speaker Carl Albert and broadcaster Howard K Smith were all Rhodes Scholars.

The list of Rhodes scholars also includes former CIA Director Stansfield Turner, James Woolsey, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair, generals and NATO commanders Wesley Clark and Bernard Rogers, CFR President Richard Haas, Governors Bobby Jindal, Don Seigelman and David Boren.

In 1975, 32 Senators and 92 Representatives in Congress signed “A Declaration of Interdependence” which said that we must join with others to bring forth a new world order.

“Narrow notions of national sovereignty must not be permitted to curtail that obligation,” the document said.  

In October, 1975 Henry Kissinger told the UN General Assembly:

“Progress and peace and justice are attainable. So we say to all peoples and governments: Let us fashion together a new world order.”

While running for president in 1976, Jimmy Carter told voters,

“We must replace balance of power politics with world order politics.”

President George Herbert Walker Bush probably did as much as anyone in advancing the idea of the New World Order with his “Thousand Points of Light” speech.

President Bush (41) addressed a joint session of Congress on the eve of the formation of the UN Persian Gulf Coalition.  Eerily, the speech was delivered on September 11, 1990.

A new partnership of nations has begun. We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment. The crisis in the Persian Gulf, as grave as it is, offers a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective a New World Order can emerge … When we are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this New World Order, an order in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the United Nations founders.

In April, 1992 then-Senator Joe Biden wrote the article, “How I Learned to Love the New World Order.”

Today, he is the Vice President of the United States.


President Obama isn’t a Rhodes Scholar — as far as anybody knows. We don’t know anything about the guy, even after almost three years in office.  Nobody knows anything except what Obama’s people tell them. 

His educational records are sealed. We know what schools he claims to have attended, but we don’t know for how long, what his grades were, or who paid for his tuition.  We don’t know where he was born, for sure, and everything about his experiences in Indonesia are fuzzy.

But somehow, he managed to arise out of nowhere, going from junior Senator to beating the Clinton machine to get the Democratic nomination and ultimately, getting elected to the White House. 

And from the moment he took his seat in the Oval Office, he has been busily implementing the Cloward-Piven strategy of overwhelming and then collapsing the existing system. 

It isn’t that Obama is following in the steps of his predecessors in the establishment of the New World Order. Obama’s administration has been focused like a laser beam on the single objective of overwhelming the existing one. 

No president in modern history has risen so high and fallen so far in such a short time. Yet he continues to run roughshod over the voting population, including his own base, as if his re-election was a foregone conclusion.

Obama continues to press his class warfare attacks against the rich, even as members of his own base begin to question whether he is going too far.

As far back as November, 2009 we were already beginning to notice Obama’s shrinking popularity. With the midterm elections less than a year away, Obama was ramming through legislation that all but guaranteed the Democratic shellacking that they received in 2010.  

I wondered then what it was that Obama knew that we didn’t.  Now that it is his neck on the voter’s chopping block, I am really wondering because he still doesn’t seem to care.  

Last weekend, he alienated black voters, telling them to stop complaining and whining.

From there, he resumed his attacks against “the rich” abandoning any pretext of civility as he demonized them and then proudly admitted he was deliberately provoking class warfare.

Obama knows that most of what he is selling is snake oil — and what’s more, he knows that we know it. 

Fairy tales are ancient learning devices used to pass on immutable truths to children down through the ages. Immutable truths like the one about what happens when one kills the goose that lays the golden eggs.

Nobody really believes that taxing employers will produce jobs. What they do believe is that America will be better off as part of a new world order. Obama won’t be there to run it – and I think he knows that. He really doesn’t seem to care. 

I don’t think that Obama’s campaigning signifies anything – it isn’t that he has shifted from governing to campaigning. He never stopped campaigning, even after getting elected.

Campaigning is evidently the only thing he is good at. Maybe that is why he was selected. 

I’ve said all along that I don’t believe that Obama is the antichrist, but he does fit the role of one who is preparing the way for his coming. By the time the antichrist makes his appearance on the scene, the world will be ready for him.

I think that may be what Obama is all about. Preparing the way. 

The antichrist steps in at a time of great peril; Revelation 6:2 depicts him as a conquerer with a bow, but no arrows, signifying that his conquests are by acclamation.

The prophet Daniel says of the antichrist, “by peace [he] shall destroy many.” 

I don’t believe it is the job of the Church to be watching for the antichrist.  I believe the Scriptures teach it is the duty of the Church to be watching for the coming of Christ for His Church, not the coming of His enemy. 

I don’t believe the Church will still be here when the antichrist comes to power, so his identity is largely irrelevant. ‘Largely’ irrelevant. Not completely. 

The Bible goes into great detail concerning the antichrist, listing at least twenty-seven separate prophecies regarding the man of sin. No Scripture is without relevance to the Church, including those concerning the antichrist.

What is important is viewing those Scriptures from the right perspective. The signs of the antichrist impart a sense of urgency.  There are no signs preceding the Rapture.

But the Rapture occurs before the revealing of the antichrist. So if it looks like the antichrist is just around the corner, the fact that Rapture comes first reveals much – but only to the generation to whom it was intended.

We have no signs for what comes before the Rapture, but we do know what comes afterward.  If we can see the signs of what comes afterward, then how close is that which comes before? 

We will never know the identity of the antichrist – I doubt that even he does.  The Bible identifies only two times in which a person was indwelt by Satan himself. 

The first was Judas Iscariot and the second is the antichrist. Judas didn’t even know that he was the one that would betray Jesus until after Satan entered into him.

“Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve. And he went his way, and communed with the chief priests and captains, how he might betray Him unto them.” (Luke 22:3-4)

The search for the antichrist has become an obsession for many — even within the professing Church.

But the purpose for Bible prophecy is not to entertain, titilate or scare people with stories about the coming of Satan’s boogeyman. 

Its purpose is to validate the truth of Scripture to a lost and sin-sick world. It is to give the warning that time is running out on this world, and that the time is coming when the unsaved world has to make a choice.

The Christ?  Or the antichrist?  Pontius Pilate offered the Jews a similar choice before he pronounced sentence on Jesus.  Will it be Jesus?  Or Barabbas?

The true Church has already chosen Jesus. There is no need to put the question before it again.

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About Pete Garcia

Christian, father, husband, veteran, pilot, and sinner saved by grace. I am a firm believer in, and follower of Jesus Christ. I am Pre-Trib, Dispensational, and Non-Denominational (but I lean Southern Baptist).

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