“There’s nothing left to believe in.”
Those were the words of a high school senior answering a question about his fears as the new century (2000) approached. His fears are now becoming a reality.
That there is a new world order being forced on our planet by the ruling elites is no longer in question. They talk about it openly and still the people don’t understand what’s happening. It’s beyond their capacity to deal with an unknown force that’s destroying everything they believe in. The goal of these master planners is to change your thought process. Eventually people will no longer identify themselves as just citizens of a particular sovereign nation. They will, instead, become citizens of the world, with a new set of global values. For many this “transformation” will be painful and violent. And many will die opposing it.
Van Wishard of WorldTrendsResearch gives advice to governments and corporations in a changing world order. He says:
“What’s happening is that for the first time in human history, the world is forging an awareness of our existence aa a single entity. Nations are incorporating the planetary dimensions of life into the fabric of our economics, politics, culture and international relations. Due to our electronic global information system, peoples of totally different psychological and cultural expressions-whether Silicon Valley computer programmer, Bolivian tin miner or Russian worker on the Siberian oil rigs-are being forced into a single, globalized technological context. Globalization is only the shorthand for this.
“Globalization is generally thought of as the worldwide integration of economic, financial, and political factors. When we think globalization, we think of the IMF, the World Bank or the United Nations. For the first time in history, nations can no longer develop economically and technically on their own. A nation has to be part of the global development system if it wants to prosper.” (And democracy will no longer have relevance at the national level as the member nations of the European Union are discovering.)
“At its deepest level, globalization is the gradual process of the world shrinking as people of different nations, cultures and religions come to know more about each other. Part of this process is that many Western ideas and modes of living are gradually seeping into the fabric of the world.
“At the same time, everyone on earth has to adjust to Western information technology, for no nation can globalize without becoming part of the electronic information system. As this happens, existing cultures, traditions, institutions and historic relationships are threatened, and in some cases, even disappearing. In essence, globalization is about identity. It goes to the very psychological foundations of a people. Globalization is the expansion of a people’s worldview. It is the process of coming to realize that wherever we come from, we are now one people with a common destiny.”
And in America you will come to that realization if you want to survive in this new world order. You will understand that “diversity is our strength”, every group has a culture of equal value to ours, even the Muslims with their “religion of peace”. Of course, no one has to learn English or even become a citizen. Like the government of the European Union, a model for regional and global governance that does business in 23 official languages, the North American Community will have a similar policy for our continent.
President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have already jumped on board the global express by acquiring George Bush’s last effort at integrating the Western Hemisphere. It now goes by the name, the new “Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas”. There are 12 member nations of the PPA and Clinton has invited all 34 nations of the Hemisphere to join in her version of the European Union.
Clinton and others are in agreement with the quote above, “We are now one people with a common destiny”. She revealed that in a speech on the PPA, May 31, 2009. This is the theme for eventual regional and global governance in the Americas:
Clinton: “The Americas are becoming more connected and more dynamic. As this trend continues, our region will need to provide greater leadership on a broad array of global issues. Pathways is one example of the kind of multilateral partnership that can help address the complex challenges of the 21st century.”
“…But let us embark together down a new path defined by shared responsibilities, shared opportunities and a commitment [to] improve the life of every citizen in the Americas. We are part of the same family, this continent is our common home, and we will inhabit a common future.”
The Americas will then integrate with the EU and other regions of the world. The U.S. signed a transatlantic trade agreement with the EU on April 30, 2007. Members of our Congress have been meeting with members of the EU Parliament for 10 years, harmonizing procedures for deeper integration by 2015. Canada and Mexico are in the process of completing their agreements with the EU. The result, a de facto integration of the EU and the North American Community (Union). See the list of U.S. senators and representatives who have been meeting with members of the EU Parliament. There are suggestions that these lawmakers form a transatlantic legislative body.
Our rulers have been “guiding” American citizens toward a new system of global values and a common identity for decades. They started in the school system where multiculteralism remains the focus. These young minds will be the easily indoctrinated new citizens of the world. The media will continue working on Americans with propaganda, such as the Orwellian slogan ‘Diversity is our strength’, which ran on constantly a few years back.
In his book intro to ‘Between Two Ages’, Van Wishard said:
“…the Judeo-Christian impulse is no longer the inner dynamic of Western culture or social life, it no longer interprets our collective belief-especially among the ‘creative minority’. While Americans pay lip service to the convictions underlying the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, the reality of our daily functional belief is more apt to be expressed in the secular faith of materialism as defined by science and technology, as well as the civic religion of “freedom” as characterized by absence of restraint.
“In sum…we have not yet achieved the central hallmark of a civilized (global) society-a core conviction about the meaning of the human journey, a set of common purposes, convictions and meanings fused into one framework of value and perception-a framework with its own distinct character and worldview, with its unique spiritual underpinning.” (No problem. One is being provided for you by our leaders, a system you can’t refuse.)
The next 30 years:
“…the next 3 decades may be the most decisive 30-year period in the history of mankind. Thus you and I are living in the midst of perhaps the most uncertain period America has ever known-more difficult than World War II, the depression or even the Civil War. With these earlier crises, an immediately identifiable, focused emergency existed, an emergency people could see and mobilize to combat.”
Today is different:
“For America is at the vortex of a global cyclone so vast and deep that it is uprooting established institutions, altering centuries-old relationships, changing underlying mores and attitudes, and now, so the experts tell us, even threatening the continued existence of the human species. It is not simply change at the margins; it is change at the very core of life. Culture-smashing change. Identity-shattering change. Soul crushing change.”
And, as the young man said at the beginning of this article, “There is nothing left to believe in.”
I have said that these changes, including our government’s deliberate program of demographic change with the importing of 100 million foreigners and their progeny over the next 30 years, will be the death sentence for our nation. These new residents from south of the border hold a strong irredentist desire for a large part of the United States and are working to make the goal a reality.
Van Wishard, who has made no mention of this threat, never-the-less hints at a violent future:
The “…challenge is how to adapt past traditions and institutions to radically new conditions; in essence, how to adjust our worldview for a new period of world development. Maintaining world order and stability under such uncertain conditions is the critical test confronting all nations, especially America and Europe.” (Flat World? Globalization? It’s Far More than That!, WorldTrendsResearch)
Our leaders understand that force may have to be used to maintain order in an integrated, open borders North America. USNORTHCOM, the army of the north, is a multinational response force for the continent, which includes the militaries of Canada, Mexico and the United States. Canada and the U.S. already have an agreement that allows their military to cross their common border to assist each other in an emergency, including civil unrest.
On Oct. 1, 2008, a U.S. military combat brigade, for the first time, was assigned to permanent duty on American soil (and North America). These troops are currently undergoing training for homeland security. This U.S. military force for North America could be increased to 20,000 soldiers.
Still, it won’t be enough for a society in the process of breaking apart. We will probably have troops in Iraq and Afghanistan years from now. And no doubt we will be involved with military action in other parts of the Middle East as our leaders continue their futile efforts to implement regional and global governance at home while trying to protect our dwindling oil sources.
But America will have troubles of its own as the human virus that we let in begins to exert its growing political power in the western U.S. while overpopulation results in extreme shortages of water and other resources. This will cause refugees by the millions to pick up and head east. American citizens may finally be forced to make a stand.
And one day, sometime in this century, July 4th will not be celebrated. There will be no speeches celebrating our independence and the birth of a nation that eventually stretched from sea to shining sea. That America will no longer exist. On each July 4th and every passing day, our citizens will be too busy dealing with civil unrest and, of course, just trying to survive.