Author:
Ed Brown

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On September 15, 2014
Last modified:November 25, 2014

Summary:

Kissinger's words sometimes seem almost as dull as a rice cake and unworthy of scrutiny but when analyzed closely they join to paint a disturbing picture of what's to become of our world if globalists are left unchecked in their mission to converge all of earth's nations into one system of planetary government.

In early January, 2009 – just prior to the inauguration of then President Elect Barack Obama, former Secretary of State and national security adviser turned globalist and key front man for the New World Order movement Henry Kissinger was asked  “What do you think the most important thing is for Barack Obama?” to which Kissinger referenced various political and economic crises conflicting the world at that time which according to Kissinger offered  Obama an opportunity to create a “new world order. But, he can give new impetus to American foreign policy. I think that his task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period, when really a new world order can be created. It’s a great opportunity. It isn’t such a crisis.”

Flash forward to August 29th 2014, just 17 days ago at the time of this writing, and Kissinger publishes an essay on The Wall Street Journal website titled Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World Order in which he proposes an acceleration of efforts to impose global governance on humanity.

The 91-year-old Kissenger and his cohorts at the Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission are proponents of a new-world-order-process of convergence – or the gradual blending together of the regions and political-economic systems of the world – ultimately resulting in a one world government which according to globalists such as Kissinger, is the prescription for all the world’s current problems such as terrorism, economic downturn, and environmental deterioration – all fixable if we’re willing to move beyond the nation-state and individual national sovereignty and submit to a singular governing body similar to the UN.

Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger

The WSJ essay, which was a prelude to his newly released book titled “World Order,”(just released on Sept 9) is written in Kissinger’s typical veiled, opaque fashion where each individual word is dry and lifeless yet – when the words are attached to one another and then each sentence is similarly connected and the paragraphs are studied – what his words paint is a very sinister portrait of a one-world governing system which would allow a few elites or perhaps even one, God-like figure, to attain total world domination while shredding the U.S. Constitution, or at the very least – redacting or reducing the importance of various segments of that constitution. You must read between not only each line but between each word of Kissenger’s famously disguised keyboarding to find the subliminal message it contains – but make no mistake, it’s there.

His analysis is intended to identify various hurdles along the road toward such a singular planetary system of governance and conveniently proposes a globalist’s fix in the form of mundane policy adjustments by current world leaders, especially those in the West. As most of his New World Order pieces do – this one also warns the reader of impending dangers which may afflict them or grow worse if the world refuses to submit to the globalist agenda:

“The penalty for failing will be not so much a major war between states (though in some regions this remains possible) as an evolution into spheres of influence identified with particular domestic structures and forms of governance. At its edges, each sphere would be tempted to test its strength against other entities deemed illegitimate. A struggle between regions could be even more debilitating than the struggle between nations has been.”

“The economic system has become global, while the political structure of the world remains based on the nation-state. The international order thus faces a paradox: Its prosperity is dependent on the success of globalization, but the process produces a political reaction that often works counter to its aspirations.”

Many who follow Kinninger and company’s vision for a one world government suspect it’s actually the globalists themselves who are at least partly responsible for much of the chaos in the world today and that it’s the pro-new world order agenda to create and sustain warfare in troubled parts of the world as a way of convincing others that a new, singular management model would be a better fit for a peaceful, more economically prosperous earth.

According to Kissinger, himself a proponent of Realpolitik, globalist aspirations aren’t being taken seriously and that fact alone is adding to the world’s woes resulting in bloodshed, famine and economic decay. To remedy that situation it’s Kissenger’s belief that the nations of the world should expedite their transitions into the New World Order system.

Whether the aforementioned afflictions are intentionally orchestrated against humanity by globalist proponents such as Kissinger, I will leave for the reader to decide – but it’s important for Americans who support individual rights and liberty, national independence, capitalism, our Constitution and other such traditional values, to keep Kissinger in their scope, metaphorically speaking, and to study his words carefully for within them can be found the recipe for disaster.