Here in the United States, and in nearly all Western nations, there is a U.S.-led propaganda campaign currently disguised as a “war on terrorism”. Having been cleverly concealed by the Western mainstream media, it’s only been in recent years that citizens have begun to realize the true nature of this fictitious war, as well as the ultimate purpose it serves.
In March, the anti-war initiative, Perdana Global Peace Foundation, hosted the International Conference on the New World Order to discuss whether or not the United States’ global plans equal a “recipe for war or peace.” Speakers at the convention gathered from all corners of the globe, and specialized in a variety of expert fields. The full conference is a little over seven hours long, but is worth watching to the end, even if it has to be taken in segments. Provided below is session one of the conference, which lasts a little over an hour, and is the main part focused on in this report.
Dr. Thomas P.M. Barnett, who served on the advisory team of Donald Rumsfeld (a war criminal), started off with a smug speech, and true to American form, it was aggressive, condescending, and smeared with sarcasm:
“On too many measures to count, I can prove to you that the world today is more peaceful than it’s ever been in human history. That it’s more stable…
“…that people are living longer than ever in human history…
“…they’re eating more calories…
“So the notion that the world is suffering chaos to me is a complete myth. We are actually living in the most peaceful, prosperous time in human history. So this is the concept we are sold constantly by media, and by academics of a certain stripe who want to sell you this notion that we live in a world of constant warfare, constant danger, chaos… no ability to control.
“…Wars are becoming less frequent…
“…shorter, and less lethal…
U.S. drone strikes alone are estimated to have killed civilians in the thousands, which is well more than the government admits, and they obviously never told Barnett this either.
“…That’s the reality.”
And here’s Merriam-Webster’s definition for idiot.
By Barnett’s rationale, we should pretend the mayhem pictured above doesn’t exist, and just be thankful we’re not still living in the medieval era. Never mind all of those who actually are still dying in chaos, because hey, the death toll isn’t as high as it was 500 years ago. He continues in an authoritative tone:
“The biggest threat, is your state of mind… So the world is safer, more secure, more predictable, [and] more prosperous. That is what the supposedly American-led U.S. World Order has created—more wealth then at any point in human history…
“…more freedom than at any point in human history, more women becoming more demanding than at any point in human history, so I understand why men around the world are afraid. I understand it completely.
That’ll win them over, Barnett—insult every man and woman in the auditorium in one sentence.
“I’ll tell you there is a dominant theme in the Pentagon today, where I have worked at various points in my career, so I don’t speak about conspiracies by reading things. I know realities because I was there… There’s your American conspiracy; making the rest of the world richer… 70 million people are added to the global middle class each year… So there’s the damage done by the U.S. Empire, a doubling of a global middle class—please forgive us.”
Thank you, Dr. Thomas P.M. Barnett, for your arrogant, highly insulting, and nearly useless input. Moving on, Dr. Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian Economist & Ottawa’s Professor of Economics, continued the debate with a very different argument, starting with his response to Barnett:
“We are dealing with a criminal undertaking at a global level, and with all due respect to Dr. Barnett, who was actually on the advisory team of Donald Rumsfeld, who was convicted of war crimes by the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal—the dangers of nuclear war are there.
“… and there is an ongoing war, it is led by the United States, it may be carried out by a number of proxy countries, which are obeying orders from Washington …The global war on terrorism is a US undertaking, which is fake, it’s based on fake premises. It tells us that somehow America and the Western world are going after a fictitious enemy, the Islamic state, when in fact the Islamic state is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian Gulf. …They say Muslims are terrorists, but it just so happens that terrorists are made in America. They’re not the product of Muslim society, and that should be abundantly clear to everyone on this floor. …The global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity.”
Indonesian Professor of Islamic Political Thought at the National Islamic University in Jakarta, Dr. Din Syamsuddin, had this to say:
“What we need today is indeed a paradigm shift of the world systems, because what is happening today as concluded by the interaction counsel from head of state and government with the term accumulative global damage. Accumulative global damage—this is the reality of our world today.”
Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, President of the International Movement for a Just World, gave this compelling speech:
“When the U.S. president George Bush senior announce the New World Order in 1991, he was in fact heralding the arrival of a new era of global hegemony. The Cold War ended in 1989, the Soviet Union had collapsed in 1991, [and] the U.S. was the sole military superpower in the world. The U.S. was at the helm of what it felt was a unipolar world. That was the New World Order for George Bush Senior. He was going to sustain the New World Order through the instruments which had sustained U.S. power for quite a long while. And what were those instruments? Number one: military power, because the United States, even at that time had more than 800 military bases girding the globe, and within a few years the U.S. was talking about the type of military power that stretches from the inner depths of the ocean, to the outer reaches of space. Total spectrum dominance.
“… The U.S. is going to depend upon its control over people’s minds and hearts, which is perhaps more fundamental than military power or economic power—its control over the global media, its control over culture, entertainment, which are essential to dominance in hegemony, and the U.S. knew they could continue to depend upon these sources of power, to sustain, to perpetuate its dominance.
“The U.S. was also very much aware of the importance of regime change as a fourth dimension of hegemony—ensure that in various parts of the world you have leaders, governments, who are subservient. Who are submissive. If you look at the situation after the Second World War, there are numerous instances of regime change, which I will not elaborate upon, but I’ll highlight just one because it’s something which we, in this part of the world, don’t pay much attention to: The regime change that occurred on the 11th of September, 1973, in Chile. The overthrow of a democratically elected leader, Dr. Salvador Allende, and the eventual emergence of a military dictatorship, and this is what the U.S. has done over, and over, and over again as yet another mechanism of control and dominance.”
Dr. Chandra Muzaffar’s speech continues, addressing all of the arguments made by Dr. Thomas P.M. Barnett in the beginning, as well as providing a clear outline of the U.S. government’s true agenda. We recommend watching the speech in its entirety.
Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has also discussed the U.S. led New World Order openly to the public, providing a much different outlook on current events and relations between the U.S. and Russia than what is given in Western mainstream media. The following discussion is in response to Obama’s 2014 speech in which he named Russia a top threat, along with ISIS and Ebola:
In Putin’s speech above, he asked that U.S. journalists deliver his message to the U.S. government, the president of the United States, the vice-president, and all other relevant individuals:
“Tell them that we do not want, or look for, any confrontation whatsoever. When you start to consider our national interests in your actions, any other disagreements we may have—they will self-regulate. This needs to be done, not just talked about.
“You must consider the interests of others, and you must respect other people. You cannot ‘squeeze’ others, having considered only the benefits that you require from whatever… in economics, in your military activities, in everything. Look at Iraq, the situation is terrible. Look at Libya and what you did there, that got your Ambassador murdered. Was it us that did this?
“You even had a Security Council decision for this, to establish a no-fly zone. What for? It was so that Gaddafi’s air force couldn’t fly over and bomb the rebels. This wasn’t the smartest decision, but okay. What did you proceed to do yourselves? You started bombing the territory. This is in clear contravention of the Security Council resolution. It is even outright aggression over a state. Was it us that did this?
“You did this with your bare hands, and it ended with the murder of your Ambassador. Whose fault is it? It is your fault. Is it a good result that your Ambassador was murdered? It is actually a terrible catastrophe, but do not look around for somebody to blame when it is you making these mistakes. You must do the opposite; rise above the endless desire to dominate. You must stop acting out of imperialistic ambitions. Do not poison the consciousness of millions of people, like there can be no other way but imperialistic politics.
“We will never forget our relationship when we supported the U.S. in the War of Independence. We will never forget that we collaborated in both World Wars, as allies. I personally believe that the geostrategic interests of Russia and the U.S. are essentially the same. We must focus on this interrelationship.”
For those who keep up with global issues and obtain their information from unfiltered sources, the matters discussed at the International Conference of the New World Order, as well as Putin’s outlook on U.S./Russian relations, may not come as new information, but rather a confirmation. It has taken quite some time for citizens to begin their awakening process, and we cannot judge current events accurately if we’re unable to look at all perspectives objectively.
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