But the excuse seems to be, it’s the new world order and I’d like to talk about the new world order. The new world order really is how we say a generic term. It’s an overhaul. It’s a description of the overhaul to go into the next stage. Let’s look back in history. We had a new world order in 1919, when the victorious allies, France, Britain, and the United States defeated the central powers. Germany, Austria, Hungary, and the Turkish empire. it was very politically centered, but they did get together in Paris, France, to plan out the new world order. And that sort of guaranteed that the conditions were so bad against Germany and the defeated powers that it guaranteed the second world war. But the important thing to at that at that time in 1919, to plan out the new world order they founded two organizations. The New York based Council on Foreign Relations and the London based Royal Institute on International Affairs also known as Chatham House. That new world order had achieved destroying the monarchies, and preparing the way for socialisms, communism, even national socialism and other socialisms. Then we had the second world war. And in 1945, again they meant to prepare a new world order. And what was that new world order? Well after Yalta [Conference] and the division of the world, it was basically splitting the world up between the United States and its allies, and the Soviet union and its allies. And they also prepared a very economically centered new world order. They founded the Bretton Woods Conference, the IMF International Monetary fund, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization. It was the USSR against the USA.
And now when we get to 1991 again George H W Bush Sr announced in 1991 that we had a new world order because the Soviet Union had collapsed and the new world order at that time was globalization. Which was the consolidation of private power and it was the consolidation of the deregulation of the economy and so forth. And what we have today in 2008 2009 the advent of another new world order. And this time the new world order will not be mere globalization it is something much stronger and much more dangerous. It is world government.
So what do they talk about when they say world government. Well first of all, we’ve had world government for much longer than you think,. We just don’t see it. Because we always think of government as something public. With all the trappings and symbols of public government; the flag, the President in the Oval Office, ‘hail to the chief’ when he comes out in his official capacity, military honors, intense media coverage… This is so in the United States, in Europe, in Argentina. Whether its the White House, whether it’s the Casa Rosada in Argentina or whether it’s Capitol Hill. But if you analyze it, the most profound change that the world has undergone in the last 40 years that ‘power’. The capacity to do. The capacity to make things happen in one way and not in another, that power, which is colossal, has been privatized.
We talk a lot about privatizations and we think of the telephone companies, the railways, I dunno' the gas company... OK those are operational privatizations. But the real privatization of the last 30 to 40 years is the privatization of power. And this is where public opinion gets confused. Because we think, and rightly so, that public institutions government institutions are there to promote the common good, or at least they should be there... However, if we have a private world government which is run by private institutions as we will set in a moment, there we have a problem, because private institutions really don't have an obligation, a legitimate obligation to work for the common good. Private organizations, legitimately so, work for their own good. So there we have one of the keys to the problem. We have a world government, but it is mostly private, and the private institutions running the world government are not geared or focused on the common good. So what we have nowadays is private power. And private power is the power running the world government. Can we see it? Not easy. Is it a conspiracy? No way. And I'm going to tell you why.
Because the organizations running this, until now private world government, have names, addresses, websites, emails... They issue documents. They publish books. They have logos. They make reports. It's all out there. All you need to do is, like a jigsaw puzzle, put the pieces together.
I would say there are about 2000 of these think tanks, the world over. And since this is very vertical in the chain of command, of those 2000 think tanks 200 are the ones that really count. And of those 200 there are 20 that really have clout. And of those 20 there are 5 that sit at the very pinnacle of this global power pyramid. And those 4 or 5 have names. It's no conspiracy, and I'm going to name them for you. You probably know this. It's the Council on Foreign Relations founded in 1919 when they had to prepare the new world order after the first world war. It's its sister organization the Royal Institute on International Affairs, Chatham House as it is called, based in London; also founded in 1919. It's the so called Bilderberger Conference founded in 1954, and that is probably the most powerful of these 4 or 5 I am going to describe... and that was founded in 1954. And it's the Trilateral Commission founded by Rockefeller and Kissinger and other - the Rothschilds back in 1973 to coordinate the actions of the United States, Western Europe at that time, and Japan. And it's grown ever since. And here's where you can find some patterns which help to explain how this world power, how this world government works.
Part 1: Private Power
Part 2: Orchestration