Dictatorship at home and war abroad

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Give a listen here to Dr. Mujahid Kamran, a thoughtful and educated person who is not under the 24/7 influence of the American corporate mass media. Dr. Kamran nails it with his description of the New World Order.


Dictatorship at home and war abroad

By Dr. Mujahid Kamran
The Nation
March 20, 2012


The term New World Order (NWO) was first used, and actual plans laid out for achieving this goal over the next few centuries, in the year 1773, at a meeting of 13 richest men of Prussia held in Frankfurt by the 33-year old banker Mayer Amschel Rothschild. In his book, titled Secrets of the Federal Reserve, Eustace Mullins writes that Rothschild turned to a manuscript during the meeting and read his points, which outlined a plan of action for taking control of the entire globe.

After outlining his philosophy and stating how the bankers had created a new aristocracy by putting “slogans of Fraternity, Equality and Liberty in the mouths of masses” he emphasised: “The qualification for this aristocracy is ‘wealth’, which is dependent on us.” He laid down: “Candidates in public office should be servile and obedient to our commands, so that they may readily be used.” He also laid down that their “combined wealth would control all outlets of public information.” And finally came the most inhuman axiom of their policy: “Panics and financial depressions would ultimately result in world government, a new order of one world government.” Modern day USA illustrates all these features with chilling clarity to anyone, who cares to read the relevant literature.

The slogans of “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity” were used soon afterwards during the French Revolution instigated by these very bankers. These facts are not taught in standard university textbooks because the academia, particularly in the social sciences, is by and large controlled by the elite. In his book, Rule by Secrecy, Jim Marrs states that grievances were created in France in order to exploit them and destroy the government. “It was the Duke of Orlean, grandmaster of the Grand Orient Lodge of freemasons, who, reportedly, bought all the grain in 1789 and either sold it abroad or hid it away, thus creating near starvation among the commoners.”

The banking families have continued their relentless pursuit of the NWO and hundreds of millions of deaths in manoeuvred wars and conflicts have not led to an iota of remorse in their hearts, minds and souls. They can only manage this kind of ruthlessness, if they subscribe to a philosophy, an ideology, a cult that allows them to do so. Secrecy, deception, anonymity, utter ruthlessness, planning, continuity and cohesion through secret societies and overt organisations, open and secret literature, assassinations, perpetual war and subversion are ingredients of this ongoing onslaught on mankind that do not allow it a single moment of respite. Like a parasite these families settle themselves or their agents in a healthy host, and having nourished themselves destroy the host. Germany was their host and now the US is their host.

The think-tanks that present to the public the goal of global occupation and control by the international bankers in palatable terms include academics who are on their payroll and, among other things, formulate doctrines to give an air of respectability to the programme of conquering and controlling mankind like slaves. In 1904, Professor Harry Mackinder, an obedient servant of the elite, member of the Coefficients Dining Club set up by members of the Fabian Society, propounded the thesis: Who rules East Europe commands the Heartland: Who rules the Heartland commands the World-Island: Who commands the World-Island commands the world. In 1997, Zbigniew Brzezinski, founder member Trilateral Commission and member Council on Foreign Relations, quoted him in his book, The Grand Chessboard, and stated that in order to rule the world the US must occupy Central Asia. This reveals the continuity of goal, design and effort of the elite – its agents have maintained the same language over a 100-year period.

Brzezinski then goes on to write: “America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America’s power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a popular democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well being…….The economic self-denial (that is, defence spending) and the human sacrifice (casualties even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts. Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilisation.”

We thus have a blueprint, which must not be mistaken for Brzezinski’s personal views. The achievement of this goal will require a major war, a world war, starting most likely from the impending US-Israel attack on Iran. But to wage this war the US must be transformed into a genuine dictatorship. Legislation carried out in the wake of Oklahoma bombings and 9/11 has ensured that the US public lives in constant fear of being arrested.

In 2007, Bush signed the John Warner Defence Authorisation Act that removes the bar against use of military in quelling disorder without permission of the Governor of State. On December 31, 2011, Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama signed the NDAA (National Defence Authorisation Act), which does away with the writ of habeas corpus. On the orders of the US President anyone can be interned indefinitely on suspicion of terrorism – no proof is required and no appeal is allowed under this law. Now, in March 2012, a new law H.R. 347, the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011, has criminalised protest. Under this law, anyone who knowingly “enters or remains in any restricted building or ground without lawful authority to do so” with the “intent to impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of government business or official functions, engages in disorderly or disruptive conduct in or [in] proximity to, any restricted building or grounds” or “impedes or disrupts the orderly conduct of government business or official functions” will be punished with a fine or “or imprisonment for not more than 10 years, or both.” The Occupy Wall Street Movement has led to this law.

Taken together, the three laws indicate that the elite is well prepared to quell any civil unrest ruthlessly. The destruction of the middle class is also being pursued so that it is rendered homeless and hungry and its ability to protest destroyed. All this is part of the final push towards the NWO through a great war.

Mujahid Kamran is Vice Chancellor of the University of the Punjab. He received his doctorate in theoretical physics from the University of Edinburgh. His awards include the Albert Einstein Award (2000), National Book Foundation Award (2000), and Pride of Performance Award(1999).

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