* Serendipity: Capitalism and the New World Order *


Richard Moore

Capitalism and the New World Order

The first signs of the present (2009) “financial crisis” (which was deliberately made to happen, not accidental) appeared in 2007 when the US housing bubble began to burst. It was presented in the mainstream media as a “crisis” in September 2008 when several US financial institutions ran into trouble because of their huge dealings in (fundamentally worthless) mortgage-backed securities, credit default swaps and other arcane financial instruments which had been allowed to bloom by a (deliberate) lack of regulation by the US financial authorities.

All this is actually part of a long-term plan by the global financial elite to take control of national governments (by imposing stringent conditions upon huge loans to finance “bailouts” and “stimulus packages”) and to institute a world government (under their control), mediated by a global currency and a world central bank. This would amount to a global dictatorship and would mean the end of personal freedom for ordinary people, apart from the freedom to select entertainment (mostly mindless) from among those forms permitted and judged suitable by the world rulers (“suitable” meaning: no threat to their authority).

This can be prevented only if enough people decide that this is not the future they want for themselves or for their children and grandchildren, and have the courage to resolve to do what they can to oppose and resist this project of world domination by the financial elite.

Listed below are articles explaining the background and nature of this project.

  • William Blase: The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and The New World Order
    (plus Council on Foreign Relations Membership List)

    These people are evil because they love money and power, and greed drives them to do anything to achieve their goals. They have lost all morality and conscience, and believe such concepts, as well as our Constitution, “outdated”.

    THAT is insanity — to have more wealth than can be spent, and still it is never enough. They have to control governments, start wars, conspire to rule the world, lest the “common people” wake up to how they have gained their wealth, take it away from them, and demand that they pay the price for their crimes.

  • Why isn’t the CFR in the History Books?

  • Chalmers Johnson: Our ‘Managed Democracy’

    … since the Depression, the twin forces of managed democracy and Superpower have opened the way for something new under the sun: “inverted totalitarianism,” a form every bit as totalistic as the classical version but one based on internalized co-optation, the appearance of freedom, political disengagement rather than mass mobilization, and relying more on “private media” than on public agencies to disseminate propaganda that reinforces the official version of events.

  • Richard K. Moore:

    • Escaping the Matrix

      Don’t read this if you wish to remain cocooned within the illusion of consensus reality. But do read it if you want to know what “globalization” really means. This essay is the clearest explanation that can be found on the web of the huge difference between matrix reality and actual reality.

    • Obama — Beware of Elites Bearing Gifts

      Our scenario is very much like that preceding the establishment of the Federal Reserve in 1913. The ‘problem’ then, as now, is a scary, engineered ‘collapse’. The ‘solution’, then as now, is the greater centralization of banking in private hands, now some kind of IMF cum Central Bank on a global scale. In both cases the promise is to avoid future collapses, while the reality is increased enslavement to banking elites.

    • Secret Societies and War

      The most profitable of all was [and still is] the financing of wars, because when fighting for survival, governments are desperate for funding, and will agree to whatever terms they can get. Particularly profitable is the financing of both sides in a war. That way the war can be kept going as long as possible, both fall deeper and deeper into debt, and when the war is over the victors will be in a position to repay their loans.

  • John Kozy: Capitalism Snuffs Out the Age of Enlightenment’s Candle

    Classical economics [became established with] … the emergence of unified nation states in Europe, monarchial in government and structured by classes — mainly aristocratic and peasant. Wealth and property were held by the former, and the latter were considered disposable livestock whose only function was to support and defend the state and the status quo.  … Two hundred years of Capitalism and common people are still serfs, wars are still fought to protect our “national interests,” and the extermination of human beings occurs at ever increasing rates.

  • Wade Frazier: The Global Financial Meltdown

    Bill Gates’s .. net worth [is] equivalent to the collective net worth of the poorest hundred million Americans (and the poorest half of humanity — which might be the most mind-boggling statistic of global capitalism).

  • Richard K. Moore:

    • A Brief History of the New World Order

      If and when World War III comes about, it will be over within hours, and nothing will then stand in the way of the New World Order. All other ducks have been carefully lined up, and Obama is the perfect fellow to keep us hypnotized while our freedoms, and all vestiges of democracy, are erased once and for all from the face of the Earth.

    • Obama’s Economic Agenda: a Timely Review

      By these means the USA has been sold into perpetual debt bondage. The methods long employed in the imperial periphery have been brought across the Rubicon and are now being applied to Rome itself. And with slight variation from place to place, the same debt bondage has been successfully imposed throughout the West. Already social service budgets are being cut around the world, while trillions are still flowing to the banks, as the cold hand of banker’s logic settles in and gathers all of us into its greedy grasp.

    • Capitalism and Republics: A Patriot’s Perspective

      The very culture in Washington has become one of subservience to financial and corporate elites. Our leaders’ mouths speak words of patriotism, or reflect popular concerns, but their souls, as in a horror film, are possessed by vampires.

    • The Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution

      [Tom Paine] was in fact arguing for the non-necessity of government and the practicality of holographic self-governance, to use modern terminology. … Paine’s ideas of society-as-system dovetail with modern systems thinking in ecology, and with the visions of the sustainability / relocalization movement. Paine provides the political dimension that is unfortunately lacking in modern systems thinking. The myth that democracy exists has blinded us from re-examining Paine, and noticing that the self-governance model was long-ago hijacked by the elite-led republican movements, and was replaced by a competitive party model that is itself elite dominated.

  • F. William Engdahl: Geithner’s Dirty Little Secret

    Only five banks are the source of the current financial ‘crisis’. And these should be allowed to fail.

  • Andrew G. Marshall: The Financial New World Order

    [T]he future of the global political economy is one of increasing moves toward a global system of governance, or a world government, with a world central bank and global currency … and thus, a rise in authoritarianism. What we are witnessing is the creation of a New World Order, composed of a totalitarian global government structure. … [However, the] human mind and spirit … will continue to overcome the greatest of challenges to humanity, and will, without doubt, triumph over the New World Order.

Further reading:

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