Ubiquitous media propaganda and disinformation, wars and regional conflicts, global economic developments, societal problems, such as racial tension, crime, disease and poverty home and abroad are a myriad of seemingly unrelated issues and events that are happening in the world.
When examining the underlying causes, the motivational forces behind many of these events and human conditions, ulterior motives and hidden agendas are discovered, that can all be linked to one single unifying factor, the plan to create a New World Order, or One World Government.
The aim of this plan, initiated by a small group of influential and powerful individuals, usually referred to as the “Global Elite”, is to unify the whole world under a single government, police force and a new global language.
Considering the extent of the pain and suffering, conflicts and discord that exists in the world, if a One World Government, if this New World Order would solve all of these problems, it wouldn’t be a bad idea.
Unfortunately, the benevolent intentions, shown to the public by organizations carrying out this plan, are only a cover for a sinister agenda.
The story line of the movie “Hunger Games” comes close to describing the intended outcome of the NWO. In this scenario, a vile group of oligarchs rule over a population of microchipped slaves with no personal rights, or freedom, – a modern and extreme version of the medieval feudal system.
The implementation of the OWG is carried out globally, through a complex web of organization, think tanks and NGOs. In the United States, the Council of Foreign Relations, formed in 1921, is the main organizations created for this purpose.
The founders of the CFR were international bankers as well as descendants of European royalty, whose families had ruled European countries for centuries.
By 1921 these influential individuals had control of the Federal Reserve – which contrary to popular belief is a private bank – international finances and had a long reach into politics in the United States and abroad.
The CFR claims that it “is an independent, non-partisan membership organization, think tank and publisher” and it “takes no institutional positions on mattes of policy”.
This is the public face of the CFR, in reality, nothing could be further from the truth, the CFR essentially dictates policy. James Warburg, the son of one of the founders of CFR openly said to the Senate Foreign Relations Committe in 1950: