Obama’s New World Order – National Security Policy says US to join “International Order”

In May of 2010 President Obama released his National Security Strategy. The document provides insight into what the world has in store, a New World Order envisioned and forged by members of the US Council on Foreign Relations and Britain’s Royal Institute of International Affairs. the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, the Australian Institute of International Affairs, the South African Institute of International Affairs, the Indian Institute of International Affairs, the Netherlands Institute of International Affairs, the Japanese Institute of Pacific Relations, the Chinese Institute of Pacific Relations, and the Russian Institute of Pacific Relations. These groups have been shaping world policy by working through a intergovernmental undercover infrastructure in their respective countries that take control of the government. The groups control their countries Government agency, and “private-industry” news sources. This propaganda machine manipulates the countries citizens to manipulate and shape public opinion to achieve their organizations goals.( http://www.bilderberg.org/roundtable/SPEciaL.html )

 

On page 17 of his National Security Strategy President Obama writes :

To achieve the world we seek, the United States must apply our strategic approach in pursuit of four enduring national interests:

••Security: The security of the United States, its citizens, and U.S. allies and partners.

••Prosperity: A strong, innovative, and growing U.S. economy in an open international economic system that promotes opportunity and prosperity.

••Values: Respect for universal values at home and around the world.

••International Order: An international order advanced by U.S. leadership that promotes peace, security, and opportunity through stronger cooperation to meet global challenges.

 

Each of these interests is inextricably linked to the others: no single interest can be pursued in isolation, but at the same time, positive action in one area will help advance all four. The initiatives described below do not encompass all of America’s national security concerns. However, they represent areas of particular priority and areas where progress is critical to securing our country and renewing American leadership in the years to come. ( http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/rss_viewer/national_security_strategy.pdf )

 

On August 2, 1990, tanks and soldiers from Iraq crossed the border into neighboring Kuwait and seized the tiny, oil-rich nation. Iraqi troops then began massing along the border of Saudi Arabia. Within days, American troops were sent to Saudi Arabia in Operation Desert Shield, protecting Saudi Arabia from possible attack. On August 6th, the United Nations Security Council imposed a trade embargo and financial sanctions against Iraq and authorized the use of force by naval forces in the Persian Gulf to prevent any violations. Council on Foreign Relations member President George H.W. Bush addressed a joint session of Congress a few weeks later and stated the U.S. could not allow Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to seize control of vital oil resources in the Middle East. President Bush then doubled the size of Allied forces in the region to 430,000 soldiers. On November 29th, the U.N. Security Council authorized its member nations to use “all necessary means” to expel Iraqi troops from Kuwait if they did not withdraw by a deadline of January 15, 1991. CFR member President Bush then ordered more troops to the Gulf to pressure Saddam Hussein into evacuating Kuwait. On January 9, 1991, Council on Foreign Relations member Secretary of State James Baker met with Iraqi Foreign Minister Council on Foreign Relations member Tariq Aziz in Geneva for several hours in a last ditch effort to avoid war. The meeting ended in an impasse with CFR member Baker finally announcing the talks had failed. Three days later, the House of Representatives voted 250-183 and the U.S. Senate voted 52-47 to authorized CFR member President Bush to use military force. The January 15th deadline passed quietly, as the 545,000 Iraqi troops in and around Kuwait did not budge. By now 539,000 American troops were in the Gulf along with 270,000 Allied troops from more than two dozen nations, the largest assembly of land troops and air power since World War II.

 

Shortly after the attack commenced Council on Foreign Relations member President George H.W. Bush appeared on television and gave a speech. In that speech he said :

 

This is an historic moment. We have in this past year made great progress in ending the long era of conflict and cold war. We have before us the opportunity to forge for ourselves and for future generations a new world order — a world where the rule of law, not the law of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations. When we are successful — and we will be — we have a real chance at this new world order, an order in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the U.N.’s founders.” (http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/bush-war.htm )

 

No American president, including President Obama, ever made making the USA part of a New World Order part of his platform while running for office. President Obama’s National Security Strategy is not being discussed by the media. Judging from the evidence in his National Security Strategy document the current administration shares the same Council on Foreign Relations belief of every presidential administration controlled by them since President Woodrow Wilson’s, that the world is ready to be fundamentally reshaped into a New World Order controlled by members of the Council on Foreign Relations and members of their fraternal organizations in other nations.

 

The Joint Chiefs of Staff have defined psychological operations (PSYOPS) as those that: “include psychological warfare and, in addition, encompass those political, military, economic and ideological actions planned and conducted to create in neutral or friendly foreign groups the emotions, attitudes, or behavior to support achievement of national objectives.” Another proposal “develops the concept of ‘strategic psychological operations’ as aimed at influencing and shaping decision-makers’ power to govern or control their followers.” Wake up people, you are among the groups being targeted and controlled. ( http://www.bilderberg.org/roundtable/Title50.html )

 

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