China and the New World Order
I associate the New World Order with David Rockefeller. There is a famous quote of Rockefeller’s after he visited China in 1973. He wrote this in an article titled “From a China Traveler”, which appeared in the New York Time on August 10, 1973.
“The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in history.”
That was the same year that he created the Trilateral Commission. Perhaps that was when the new vision was born.
You see in the good ol’ days, grandpa Rockefeller was able to use his huge wealth and power to do whatever he pleased in the United States. He was able to shape public policy and to undertake huge construction projects. Just look at Manhattan. That is largely the creation of one man – John D. Rockefeller.
But with the political reform of the 60s the ability of the super-rich to totally impose their will came to an end. So what was the point in being super-rich if you couldn’t be the master of the universe?
But in China, there was a sort of “greenfield”. Here was a place where power was still concentrated and could be used arbitrarily to change society. Here the globalist architects could construct their New World Order. And once the model was well established they could export it around the world.
But in order to export the model, barriers that were in place had to be torn down. That is what the “free trade” movement accomplishes. It forces every nation to compete with every other nation. This is the way that the masses in even the most advanced countries would be crushed. They would be forced to compete for employment with the poorest and most desperate of the planet.
The WTO and the New World Government
And while no one was paying attention the WTO was born in 1995 to function as an embryonic new world government. The WTO can force member nations to adopt new laws. It also functions as an international court to settle disputes between member countries.
In fact the WTO is a level of government above the national. It is the beginning of an international government – a world government.
The United Nations is just a decoy. Everyone knows that the UN has no power. But while everyone is focused on the UN, the real world government was formed via the WTO.
What really tipped the scales was when China was admitted to the WTO in 2001. China obviously did not meet the requirements to be admitted, but it was given waivers and admitted anyway.