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06 March, 2009

Ordo ab Chao

'Order out of Chaos.'
The old motto of Freemasonry. On September 11, 1990 President George H. W. Bush announced in a speech the prospective for a "new world order". Then on another 11th of September 11 years later two jets, reportedly 'hijacked' by "islamic terrorists" slammed into the World Trade Center ushering in a global "war on terror".

And just this past January 12th, Mr. Henry Kissinger penned an editorial in the International Herald Tribune (the global edition of the New York Times) titled "The Chance for a New World Order."

What was once ridiculed for years as paranoid "conspiracy talk" by the "corporate-owned" mass media is now being proposed and spoken with candor by the agents of the Fed/CIA media complex. As Mr. Kissinger writes: "The alternative to a new international order is chaos."

He explains how the "economic crisis" has made it possible and imperative for the nations of the world to unite in "common action" by creating an "international political regulatory system." According to the logic of Mr. Kissinger, since the economic world has been globalized, so should the political organization of the world, for only then can future economic instabilities be rectified. Oh yeah, similar to how the proponents of the Federal Reserve in 1913 claimed that it would "prevent Depressions".

It appears from the evidence that this current economic downfall has been orchestrated by the very same people(bankers) who are now receiving the billions/trillions in "bailout" money at the expense of the masses and the nation. This is being done as Mr. Kissinger so subtly describes in his article to create a "new world order."

"The extraordinary impact of the president-elect on the imagination of humanity is an important element in shaping a new world order." --Kissinger

1 comment:

  1. Yes, another Masonic jest to test the trance state of the zombie populace--which at this writing seems secure.

    May their hoped-for "ordo" descend into "chao" like an anthill struck by a basketball.