Thursday, April 09, 2009

The most chilling words since 'New World Order' ~ By Joseph Farah

By Joseph Farah © 2009 On March 6, 1991, President George Herbert Walker Bush, at the conclusion of the Persian Gulf War, uttered some words that shivered down the spines of Americans who appreciated their country as an independent, sovereign experiment in constitutional self-government. "Now, we can see a new world coming into view – a world in which there is the very real prospect of a New World Order," he said. He went on to expand on this idea, explaining that he envisioned the United Nations freed "to fulfill the historic vision of its founders." In 1991, that was scary talk. It sounded like Bush had forgotten what America represented in the world – a nation founded on the principles of independence, the rule of law and accountability to the people, rather than just one of many states responsible to a global community that didn't share its ideals. Last weekend, speaking in Prague, Barack Obama took the New World Order rhetoric to soaring new heights. "All nations must come together to build a stronger, global regime," he said. [Continiue reading]
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