Economic Assault on
FAILURE TO PLAN?
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
You will notice that the title of this article contains a question mark. That's because while there has been a great lack of planning concerning issues such as those covered in Part 1 of this series, the power elite's plan for a new world order is being fulfilled. The perception of national leaders as bumbling incompetents incapable of planning is useful to the power elite, because it creates the impression on the part of most people that there can't be a power elite manipulating global events if national leaders are incapable of managing events on their own level.
Part of the power elite's plan includes the dispersal of nations' military forces around the world. In that regard, American forces, including the National Guard, increasingly have been deployed overseas, while Germany now has a permanent military base in New Mexico. Various NATO nations (e.g., Denmark, Norway and the Czech Republic) have sent a mission to help victims of hurricane Katrina, while Mexico and Holland have sent troops to help in the clean-up effort. Concerning Mexico, many wonder why our southern border with that country is still so unprotected when the federal government keeps telling us it's a matter of "when," not "if," there will be another terrorist attack (perhaps nuclear) here. It's because, according to a Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) report, the borders between the U.S., Canada and Mexico are largely to disappear, resulting in freer movement of people and goods along with a common security arrangement.
The CFR is an outgrowth of Cecil Rhodes' secret Society of the Elect's plan "to take the government of the whole world," a fulfillment of what was called the "Grand Design" of centuries past. It would be a synthesis of Western Capitalism and Eastern Communism brought about by saying this would be the only way to manage globally linked regional economic arrangements (e.g., NAFTA linked with the European Union, etc.). The plan was described by Rhodes' Association of Helpers member P. E. Corbett in POST-WAR WORLDS (1942).
The strategy to fulfill Rhodes' plan is geopolitical and economic, with natural resources (e.g., oil and gas) and trade as the driving forces----part of what Rhodes Trust member Rudyard Kipling referred to as "The Great Game." The military effort in Kosovo was to stabilize that region so that Europe could be linked via the Mediterranean and Middle East to the Far East. This, of course, would require stability in the Middle Eastern region----thus the pressure upon Israel and Palestinian supporters to reach a peace agreement. Long before the current war in Iraq, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), which included many high-level members of the Bush administration, argued for the removal of Saddam Hussein. However, they said Saddam's leadership in Iraq was simply the "immediate justification" for establishing a permanent U.S. military presence in the Gulf region, which could protect American allies and oil interests there. With continued instability in Iraq likely for the foreseeable future, it's likely the U.S. will have a permanent military presence there.
Long before the American invasion of Afghanistan, the U.S. conducted military exercises in Kazakhstan. This didn't seem to make much sense at the time, given the barrenness and isolated nature of that region. However, in 1952 the World Association of Parliamentarians for World Government developed a map showing what nations would be policing other nations under a future world government, and it showed American forces would be in Kazakhstan among other places (e.g., Yugoslavia, etc.). Also, CFR member and world government proponent Zbigniew Brzezinski in THE GRAND CHESSBOARD (1997) described the geopolitical importance of the oil and gas in the Caspian region, and now the U.S. has a military and economic (e.g., UNOCAL, etc.) presence in many of the nations there whose names end in "stan" (e.g., Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, etc.). In the future, there likely would be wars fought over the dwindling global supply of oil, but Rhodes' plan sought to avoid such wars by linking stabilized (by permanent military presence) economic regions and managing them with a world government.
One problem for the global planners was how to get Americans to be willing to live under a world government. Americans believe they live in the mightiest nation on earth with the highest living standards. Therefore, the global planners had to devise a "leveling" process, which included shipping American jobs overseas and making us more vulnerable. Americans' willingness to purchase cheap goods from China despite the resulting job losses by their fellow Americans was critically important to this plan. The resulting trade imbalance with China has allowed that nation to build its military and financial reserves, which have been used to purchase American debt. As THE NEW YORK TIMES columnist Thomas Friedman said on NBC's "Meet the Press" (September 25, 2005), we ought to call the $200 billion price tag for hurricane Katrina what it really is, and that's "How much is China willing to lend us?" Friedman correctly noted that this daily borrowing from China will give that nation tremendous leverage over us in the future. One might also note here that the Saudis' leverage over us is that they have about $1 trillion invested in our stock market and another $1 trillion in U.S. bonds, corporations and banks.
This is all part of the globalists' leveling process so that there is no longer one dominant nation, thereby making the plan for a world government more likely to succeed, unlike the "failures to plan" mentioned in Part 1 of this article. There are even public school classes that will result in the plan's acceptance. For example, a "How to Run the World" 6th, 7th and 8th grade assignment plan in a Dallas, Texas, suburb states: "You are the governing council of a new world order. No longer are there separate countries. The entire globe is under your guidance and leadership. There is chaos everywhere, because it as (sic) been a long and arduous process to organize the earth and it's (sic) people into a workable situation. You currently have pockets of wealth, but most of your people are extremely poor and hungry. There is in-fighting among people of different religions and various races. The new world economy is at an all time low, because there hasn't been any leadership in this area in a very long time. What will you do to organize your world into a productive, economically feasible world where everyone gets to eat healthy food and drink clean water and earn livings to support their families?"
Also necessary for the plan's acceptance is a willingness on the part of the public to accept military action in civilian life, thus eliminating the protection of Posse Comitatus. In this regard, not only have there been exercises where the military takes over towns looking for terrorists, but after the devastation of hurricane Katrina, there is a growing desire to have the military active in any large-scale civil emergency. Gun confiscation is usually part of this, which makes a population easier forcibly to relocate because, if unarmed, they will be at the mercy of looters and other criminals.
Authoritarian power at the national level probably will precede a world government, which will have absolute power. And as Lord Acton warned: "Absolute power corrupts absolutely."
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Dennis Laurence Cuddy, historian and political analyst, received a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (major in American History, minor in political science). Dr. Cuddy has taught at the university level, has been a political and economic risk analyst for an international consulting firm, and has been a Senior Associate with the U.S. Department of Education.
Cuddy has also testified before members of Congress on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Cuddy has authored or edited twenty books and booklets, and has written hundreds of articles appearing in newspapers around the nation, including The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows in various parts of the country, such as ABC Radio in New York City, and he has also been a guest on the national television programs USA Today and CBS's Nightwatch.
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