Grant Montgomery
Grant's Rants on the Economic Crisis

Heading toward a One World Government

The phrase “new world order” traces back at least as far as 1940, when author H.G. Wells used it as the title of a book about a socialist, unified, one-world government. Are we approaching a fulfillment of this? 

 

In the last few months of 2008, the world changed drastically in this respect, and it will yet change far more.

 

A major fundamental change is that the world’s banks have increasingly becoming one with their governments. As major banks have failed, governments have “rescued” them, and thus have become their masters.

 

The next and very related fundamental change is that the central banks of major countries are working together in an effort to put an end to the financial crisis.

 

Most importantly, these central banks and their bankers have been given unprecedented power and authority by their governments, who are desperate to stop the economic tailspin. These are far-reaching and fundamental changes that have happened more quickly than anyone would have thought possible.

Consider that when the Federal Reserve system was created back in 1913, it was designed to get the U.S. government trapped in an endless spiral of debt. And it has worked.  As of 2013, the U.S. national debt is now more than 5000 times larger than it was when the Federal Reserve was first created. 

Furthermore, these powerful bankers have not been voted on by the people; the policies they have implemented have happened speedily and have been accepted by societies around the world that are desperate and willing to accept nearly anything if it helps them to maintain their status quo.

 

Time will tell if these changes can prop things up for longer. But whether or not they keep the world economy stable, these changes have been significant and have shifted the mentality, structure, and mode of operation of the world toward a more controlled worldwide banking system, and one step closer toward an one world government.

 

Conflicts across the globe have created the perfect setting for establishment of a New World Order. To quote Henry Kissinger, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Secretary of State under President Nixon: "The president-elect [Obama came] into office at a moment when there is upheaval in many parts of the world simultaneously," Kissinger responded during an interview with CNBC. "You have  India,  Pakistan; you have the jihadist movement. So he can't really say there is one problem, that it's the most important one. But he can give new impetus to American foreign policy partly because the reception of him is so extraordinary around the world. 

 

"His task will be to develop an overall strategy for  America in this period when, really, a new world order can be created. It's a great opportunity, it isn't just a crisis."



Grant Montgomery: Grant's Rants on a One World Government