Beware the final deception: America’s demonization signals rise of global government

05/02/2012 17:21

Old-Thinker News
Daniel Taylor

America’s demonization signals rise of global government

The ever increasing possibility of an Israeli led attack on Iran is bringing to light a very important piece in the plan for a new world order. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced recently his desire for a “new world order.” As Press tv reports, “President Ahmadinejad also pointed out that this new world order needs to be all-inclusive, and not be dominated by any particular single nation.”

As I reported in 2008 after the western backed incursion into South Ossetia, “The corruption and wars that have tarnished the American people’s name will now be used to further the aims of the global elite. America’s demonization, and in turn its use as an example of the necessity of global governance, may very well be the next stage of the establishment’s plan for world government.”

The warring factions of power around the globe will act as a catalyst for the creation of world government. It will come in the name of peace, denouncing the wars that have enraged the globe over the past decade. Don’t be fooled, it will be the same power structure presenting the world with a new solution.


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