Year One of the New Global Order

Under the guise of championing the rule of law, open economies and societies, and upholding democratic principles, the technocratic elites plot how to rule the world.

Year One of the New Global Order

As if we didn't have enough to worry about with the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The WEF are the mob of international elites, led by Klaus Schwab who want you to own nothing and be happy. I'm sure that would make them happy because they'd own everything, including the people who own nothing.

Their goal is to have a centralised global government with their cronies pulling all the strings.

It's a terrible agenda that is hiding in plain site and uses COVID, climate and assorted other manufactured panics to gain ever more control.

But while the WEF have been the most public proponents of the authoritarian mission, they are far from alone.

Another of these insidious outfits is the Trilateral Commission.

It was established in 1973 to discuss how to 'deepen understanding' between Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America. If you replace 'deepen understanding' with 'control', you'll get a more accurate picture.

The Trilateral Commission is membership only society and their meetings are usually shrouded in secrecy.

That's why it was surprising to see some of the content of their recent meeting in India found it's way into the media.

Nikkei Asia quotes an unnamed speaker at the event saying:

"Three decades of globalisation – defined as integrated, free-market based and deflationary – has been replaced by what will be a multidecade period of globalization defined as fragmented, not-free-market-based but industrial-policy based and structurally inflationary.

This year, 2023, is Year One of this new global order."

Of course having a new world order is nothing to worry about, if you are one of the elites in charge. For the rest of us there's plenty to worry about.

We are being treated like vassals of the state who can be herded into any direction these technocratic dictators demand.

There was some concern expressed that a number of middle-countries were heading their own way, rejecting the positioning and posturing of the United States.

One speaker was quoted as saying:

"The Biden administration is trying to convince the world that there is this titanic struggle between autocracies and democracies. I am skeptical about that,"

They should be sceptical too. There are increasing movements away from US hegemony and new and important alliances are forming, most notably the BRICS.

BRICS is an acronym for Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. They account for a swathe of the worlds population and resources. They recently admitted six new countries to their ranks who take formal membership in 2024.

The new nations are Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Argentina, the UAE and Ethiopia.

With a couple of exceptions these nations are notable for their lack of democratic rule but the convergence of populous and resource-rich nations is a big shift in the world's strategic order.

It remains to be seen whether they can stop the move toward global governance which is being pursued by the Western powers and groups of elites like the Trilateral Commission.

The meeting was also notable for the concern about the rise of Artificial Intelligence.

One Trilateral Commission member noted:

"A poll last year found that 49% of AI researchers have said that AI poses an existential threat to humanity, almost to the level of a nuclear type of disaster in the scale of humanity."

While that may be true, they could also be concerned that AI bot ChatGPT knows more about the Trilateral Commission than they want it to.

Here's a poem the chatbot composed about the organisation when they asked it to do so.

"In secret meetings, you plan and conspire,
To create a new order, of which you aspire.
Your goals are unclear, but some see the end,
As a world government, with you as its friend."

With inconvenient truths like these, it seems AI could be very dangerous indeed.

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