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Bush 41's New World Order - Rise & Fall


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Posted 07 December 2018 - 01:35 PM

Rise of the New World Order                            http://www.voltairen...icle204208.html
 
The post-Soviet world would be one of free movement of world capital under the  control of the United States. In other words, the passage from capitalism to financialisation –  a form of colonial exploitation of the whole world, including the West. 
 
US multinationals would increase their profits by moving production to China, where workers were the lowest paid in the world.
 
A forty-year-old published a page of counter-current publicity in the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe. He warned his compatriots about the role that President Bush Sr. was planning for the US in developing the New World Order. People read it and laughed. His name was Donald Trump.
 
The Pentagon would fight wars to control access to natural resources by the globalised nations. A division produced by the process of globalisation, which had already trashed half of the Western populations, would now be extended to include half of the world’s population.
 
The reorganisation of the world began in the political zone known as the Greater Middle East, stretching from Afghanistan to Morocco. This brought about an epidemic of civil wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Syria and Yemen, causing several million deaths.
 
The populations of entire regions were to be entirely crushed, starting with  Africa. This first regional war caused 6 million deaths, in Angola, Burundi, Namibia, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Zimbabwe. The aim was to continue to seize the natural resources of these countries, but to pay less and less for them, which meant dealing with gangs rather than with the States who had to feed their populations.
 
Now we see an increase in the power of Eurasia, which seeks liberty and prosperity, with the Western powers progressively declining, limiting individual freedom and ejecting half of their population into zones of poverty.

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Posted 13 December 2018 - 06:50 AM

The decline of the New World Order.
 
The revolt of the Western middle and working classes against the globalised upper class began two years ago.
 
Witnessing the collapse of their civil industries, a part of the United States voted for the only Presidential candidate who was opposed to the New World Order, Donald Trump. Although Donald Trump began to question the rules of globalised commerce, he had no team with him apart from his family, and was only able to modify, but not change, the military strategy of his country 
 
The people of the United Kingdom were the first to attempt to save its life-style by leaving the European Union and turning to China and the Commonwealth (referendum of 23 June 2016) 
 
Aware of the collapse of their national industry  and certain that they would be betrayed by their upper class, the Italians voted, on 4 March 2018, for an anti-system party composed of the Ligue and the 5-star Movement. 
 
Several hundreds of thousands of French people suddenly took to the streets to demonstrate against abusive financial measures. Unfortunately for them, the French upper classes have been contaminated by the very idea that was rejected by the United States, and therefore did their best to adapt their policies to the popular revolt, but not to change its basic causes.
 
In these four countries,  with the end of capitalism, the middle classes disappeared rapidly, and with them the political system that they created - Democracy.
 
The Western leaders must abandon the financial system they have developed and return to the productive capitalism of the Cold War. Failing that, the West, which has directed the world for five centuries, will sink into a long period of internal chaos.
 

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Posted 22 December 2018 - 10:54 AM

The Coming World Order     http://www.voltairen...icle204208.html

 

London and Western nations in general are no longer capable of ruling the world, thus it will be necessary to cut one’s losses and divide the world into two distinct zones. This is the policy implemented by Theresa May, and now by Donald Trump, with their refusal to cooperate and their ready-made accusations, first of all against Russia and now against China.

 

Russia and China, despite their historical rivalry, are aware that they will never be able to ally themselves with these Westerners who have never ceased trying to carve them up.  

 

Since the ship of financial globalisation is sinking, many people are beginning to save their personal interests without any care for others.  

 

It is both necessary and urgent to resign from almost all of the treaties and engagements of the last thirty years. Only the states which are able to re-affirm their sovereignty can hope to recover.


Edited by stocks, 22 December 2018 - 10:55 AM.

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Defenders of the status quo are always stronger than reformers seeking change, 
UNTIL the status quo self-destructs from its own corruption, and the reformers are free to build on its ashes.