The New World Order

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“Countless people will hate the New World Order and will die protesting against it.” – H.G. WellsThe New World Order (1939).

“You shall have one world government, whether you like it or not, by consent or by conquest.” – James Warburg, Former Aide to Franklin D. Roosevelt in testimony before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, February 17, 1950.

“We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order.” – David Rockefeller, Sept 23, 1994.

“We are not going to achieve a new world order without paying for it in blood as well as in words and money.” – Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., American historian, social critic, and speechwriter for JFK, in Foreign Affairs (July/August 1995).

With the arrival of the 20th century, the authoritarian ideologies of socialism and fascism swept nefariously over the world to challenge the forces of freedom that had developed out of Enlightenment thinkers such as John Locke, Isaac Newton, Adam Smith, and Thomas Jefferson.

The primary minds propelling this evolution into 20th century collectivism were the two 19th century philosophers, Auguste Comte and Karl Marx. These two radical thinkers preached vigorously against the philosophical individualism, capitalism, and national sovereignty that had spawned America in 1776. More than any other thinkers they laid the groundwork for the Orwellian super statisms of modernity and the ultimate vision of merging all nations into a New World Order where authoritarian centralized government transcends all individuals, businesses, cultures, nations, and ethnicities.

World homogenization became the dream of all establishment European thinkers by the 1880s. And by 1913 it had spread to numerous prominent thinkers in America to poison our schools, our media and our politics. It dominated Europe by 1900 and consumed America by 1950. Anyone who preached the legitimacy of freedom, capitalism and national sovereignty were smeared as troglodytes wishing to return to the days of “Robber Barons” and economic chaos.

As a result the hideous monster of authoritarian statism dominates all nations of the modern world. Very few are the thinkers and pundits who advocate true free-enterprise and individualism anymore. The death of America’s system of individual freedom came in stages beginning after the Civil War with Lincoln’s massive expansion of the federal government, followed by the enactment of major interventionist bureaucracies such as Agriculture, Commerce and Labor at the end of the 19th century. With 1913 came the death knell to the American Republic with the inception of the Federal Reserve Banking system and the Federal Income Tax system.

Keynes’ Great Misunderstanding

From the consolidation of banking under the Fed came the irresponsible monetary creation of the 1920s, which led to the crash of 1929 and the subsequent depression of the 1930s. This brought us FDR and his myriad of ABC bureaucracies to regiment the marketplace. But the most damaging blow to freedom and capitalism was John Maynard Keynes’ total misunderstanding of the 1929 crash and what was needed to heal the Great Depression of the 1930s. His famous assessment was that capitalism had reached its mature stage and could no longer produce adequate “demand” to create growth and prosperity. Thus what was needed was for the federal government and its central bank to intervene with massive deficit spending and credit injections into the economy. This led to the domination of Keynesian economics as the only valid methodology to run a modern day country. It swept over Europe, America, and the rest of the world eventually.

What is so tragic is that this intellectual evolution into Keynesianism was the result of a total misinterpretation of the 1929 crash and the depression of the 1930s that resulted from it. Laissez-faire capitalism did not cause the crash of 1929 and the depression of the 1930s. Government intervention into laissez-faire capitalism was the cause. It was the creation of the Fed and its massive credit injections that brought about the crash in the same way that a dope addict has to crash after consuming too much heroin.

Monetary stimulus acts on an economy the same way that heroin acts on the physiology of the human body. Both policies are stimulative and will follow the natural laws of action and reaction. Massive stimulation will always be followed by a severe depression. Too much Fed credit injected into the banks will bring about the reaction of a severe downturn or depression for the nation’s economy later on. Too much heroin injected into the human body will bring about the reaction of a severe depression, i.e., withdrawal later on.

The answer to the 1929 crash was to never begin the monetary stimulus via the Fed that brought the crash about. Refrain from inflating the economy with massive credit injections, and you will not incur deflating downturns that come about as a result.

What further compounded the disaster of the Fed induced crash of 1929 was that FDR and his “brain trust” of the 1930s reacted in just the opposite manner that was needed. What was necessary was to do what Presidents Wilson and Harding did in the 1920-21 depression that came about because of the WW I inflation. They basically ignored it and let the natural laws of the market determine what prices and wages should be. As a result prices and wages returned to a lower level that would allow goods and services to be exchanged, and workers to be hired. By July of 1921 the depressionary downturn that began in January of 1920 was over. It lasted only 18 months because both presidents left the market alone. [For a brilliant and very readable history of this depression, see James Grant, The Forgotten Depression: 1921: The Crash That Cured Itself.]

The Invisible Hand of Freedom

What statist mentalities don’t understand is that the market is comprised of natural laws of reaction that will automatically counter a downturn and bring about recovery. It’s all part of Adam Smith’s “invisible hand” that guides free men and women economically. But this invisible hand has to be left alone if it is to be beneficial. Only laissez-faire capitalism possesses this capacity. Government cannot intervene to try and help the process. The market needs to purge the excesses that have built up. This is a cleansing process of malinvestment and bad loans on the part of banks. It will take place quickly and efficiently if government does not try to prop any businesses or banks up. The free market will always return the economy to a more justified allocation of capital and investment if left alone. See Murray Rothbard, America’s Great Depression, for an excellent analysis of how the federal government and the Fed caused the depression of the 1930s, and then needlessly prolonged it with FDR’s massive interventionist price and wage controls.

Unfortunately FDR and his “brain trust” did not understand the “invisible hand” of capitalism. They were victims of the collectivist irrationality consuming the academic world of that era. Marxism was growing more and more popular. Anti-capitalism was taking over our prominent scholars. Thus FDR reacted irrationally to the crash with the creation of massive interventionist bureaucracies to prop up prices and wages by law rather than allow them to seek their natural level derived from the marketplace as Wilson and Harding had done 12 years prior, which would allow them to clear. By propping up prices and wages by law above their market level government prohibited American employers from hiring workers, and prohibited consumers from buying goods and services at the necessary levels to bring about recovery of the economy from the depression. By creating myriad ABC bureaucracies to intervene, government misapplied capital into unproductive areas when, if left alone, such capital would have been funneled into where it would be profitable.

What FDR should have done was what Wilson and Harding did. Leave the market alone. If he had done this, the 12 year depression, 1930-1941, that ravaged America would have been over and done with in a year or two, like the 1920-1921 depression was. But it was not to be. Collectivism and anti-capitalism were sweeping both Europe and America and their intellectual institutions. Keynes, with his ignorant assertion that, “capitalism had reached its mature stage,” overwhelmed everyone who professed to be a thinker. But capitalism has no “mature stage.” If it is left free, i.e., in laissez-faire form, it will go on forever. Keynes was making his wishes father to his facts. He wanted capitalism to have a mature stage, which would justify his desire to further a collectivist society, so he wrote it into his theoretical assertions.

Those few rational minds that could see the big picture (such as Ludwig von Mises) and thus understood the true cause of the crash and resultant depression were ignored. Marx and Keynes were in favor. Our intelligentsia wanted to believe that freedom had had its day and that capitalism was “old-fashioned,” that what was needed was for the bureaucratic state to intervene with pervasive controls, erect a centralized array of government agencies to regulate everything, and pay for it all with fiat money and confiscatory taxes.

To the collectivists taking over America in this era, individualism was dangerous. Freedom was chaotic. Capitalism was primitive. America needed to advance into the age of government centralization. Only in this way could we be protected from the forces of chaos that comprise freedom. Only in this way could we build a stable economy and society.

The Emerging New World Order

Thus was the way paved for a New World Order. Ignorant men, bamboozled by the irrational ideologies of Comte, Marx and Keynes, lost faith in the natural laws of economics and the corresponding principles of freedom that our Constitutional Republic was built upon. They fell for the sirens of egalitarianism and authoritarianism. The forces of political evolution were set in place to move each of the nations of the West into highly centralized governments which is now complete.

The next stage in the creation of a New World Order is now upon us: the development of national governments into regional governments. Examples of this are the present European Union and the proposed North American Union (Canada, America, Mexico), to be followed eventually by the merging of Central and South American countries into a corresponding South American Union. The European Union will eventually join forces with Russia. And China will join forces with Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and other far eastern nations. The nations of Africa will become a fifth regional government. This evolutionary governmental development will correspond remarkably with the regional governments that Orwell portrayed in his novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four. The difference being that there will be five regionals instead of his three. The world will be comprised of North Oceania, South Oceania, Euro-Russia, East-Asia, and Pan-Africa.

Lurking in the background will be the United Nations as a unifying dictatorial authority when these five regionals are fully formed. We would thus have the New World Order that Wells, Warburg, Rockefeller, and Schlessinger called for in the first half of the 20th century. It would be comprised of five regional governments subsumed under one all-powerful governing force – the United Nations’ directives and edicts. By this time the U.N. will have developed extensive military prowess and will organize the regional governments in the same way that our present federal government oversees the state governments of America.

This is not something that will develop overnight. But when it is fully formed, national sovereignty will be illegal. Individualism will be outlawed. Freedom will be suppressed. Capitalism will be dead. America will no longer exist. A grotesque Orwellian world will prevail. The globalist-collectivist dream of Marx, Lenin, Gramsci, Keynes, and their fellow travelers will be triumphant.

Could this horrific vision actually come to pass? Are our intellectuals actually this warped? Are our political leaders this power crazed? The answer to all three questions is, YES! But there is one predominant force that stands in the way of such a tyrannical and stultifying denouement. And that is human nature.

Thankfully human beings are rational and individualistic by nature who seek profits and wish to live among their own kind, i.e., in cultures comprised of their own ethnic identities. Nations built upon multi-culturalism are stillborn. Centralization appeals only to tyrannical mentalities. Socialism and statism lead to mass poverty. Orwellianism is the dream only of corrupted ideologues and militaristic goons; it is not the dream of citizens in general, especially American citizens. If humans are privy to the truths of philosophy, history and economics, they will always opt for freedom, capitalism and limited constitutional government.

This is why Donald Trump was swept into the presidency in 2016. He might not be a consistent advocate of capitalism, nor is he libertarian. But he is a powerful advocate of Americanism and national sovereignty. He instinctively realizes that freedom’s last hope for this world lies with America, and that we cannot give up our sovereignty. He grasps that the idea of America must be preserved, and that idea cannot survive if we merge our principles and policies with those of lesser nations than ours, and allow massive flows of immigrants from alien cultures to ours. We are Americans. We are a breed apart. We do not belong to the long chain of tyrannies and hellholes that maculate the history of man.

America either remains American, or freedom dies as a socio-political system of life for mankind on this planet. The battle lines have been formed. The Deep State and the globalists are drawing together with Democrats and RINOs to continue their suppression of individual freedom. The Americanists are drawing together to shore up the barricades of sovereignty and individualism. The greatest battle for freedom in mankind’s history lies ahead of us. If the forces of Americanism win the Founders vision will be saved. If they lose, then the world will plunge into a thousand year Dark Ages. It will be a high tech and modern dark age, but it will be dominated by tyrannical stultification of human lives, racked with centralized regional governments instead of free nation states. The vision of America’s Founders will have disappeared beneath the waves of authoritarian cries for the New World Order.

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Nelson Hultberg is a freelance writer in Dallas, Texas and serves as the Director of Americans for a Free Republic,, an educational organization founded to promote sound money and fair taxation. Mr. Hultberg's articles have appeared in publications such as The Dallas Morning News, The American Conservative, The Freeman, Liberty, and on numerous Internet sites such as The Daily Bell, Financial Sense Online, and Safe Haven. He is the author of a soon to be released book, The Golden Mean: Libertarian Politics, Conservative Values.
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