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NWO endgame reconsidered by Richard Moore

WWIII

In the article, New World Order – The endgame has begun I argued that world government is going to be achieved by relatively peaceful means. Obama’s backdown from his ‘red line’ in Syria, the decision for Russia to supervise the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons, and the opening of talks with Iran – all this seemed to indicate that crisis situations in future were going to be resolved by diplomatic means. This could then lead to a call for a stronger UN, which could then evolve into a world government.

In the posting below, Ukraine: U.S. Pulls Back, Agrees To Russian Demands I thought I saw confirmation of this thesis. William Bowles reported that the US and Russia had agreed to work on constitutional reform in Ukraine, leading to a peaceful resolution of the situation there, and accepting that the Crimea would come under Russian influence. Once again, it seemed, a serious crisis situation was going to be resolved peacefully, with Russia and the US cooperating in the process:

However, as subsequent events have rapidly unfolded in Ukraine, and as the Western media has intensified its virulent anti-Russian propaganda, I must reconsider my thesis. There has been no indication that a peaceful resolution will be pursued in Ukraine, and all evidence points in the opposite direction. Consider for example this report from Veterans Today, West Using Crimea to Hide Real Intentions where we learn of planned false-flag events to be blamed on Russia, and of Russian special forces rounding up provocateurs. And in these two reports,  US ‘Preparing For Military Exercise In Poland’  and We will hold joint military exercises with Britain and US, says Ukraine we learn of upcoming joint military exercises, involving US forces and the forces of the UK, Poland and Ukraine.

What we are seeing here is a classic pre-war scenario, with echoes of the scenarios that led to World War 1, and to the Desert Storm attack on Iraq. In the Desert Storm scenario, Saddam was tricked by the US into providing a pretext for invasion. He had told the US that he was planning to annex Kuwait, and he was told that was not of concern to the US. As soon as Saddam made his move, however, out came the big guns. Similarly, Russia was tricked into thinking its move in the Crimea would be accepted, as Bowles reported. Again, that turned out to be a ruse.

In the World War 1 scenario, we saw entangling alliances, carefully arranged by Britain, which would ensure that a local flare-up would lead to war. Britain then arranged the flare-up in Sarajevo, and launched its long-planned war against Germany, with Germany painted as the aggressor. All of this was made clear in Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War a recent and meticulously-documented book by Gerry Docherty and James MacGregor.

In our current scenario, entangling alliances have been carefully arranged involving NATO and the former Eastern European members of the Warsaw Pact, ensuring that a local flare-up would bring in all the participants. And in Ukraine, that local flare-up has been carefully arranged by the US and the EU. The US knew full well, when it arranged the fascist coup in Kiev, that Russia would be forced to protect its all-important naval base in Sevastopol, and the Russian citizens in the Crimea.

Ukraine has organized its paramilitary fascist extremists into an official fighting force, and has announced it will not accept Russian domination of the Crimea. If – or should I say when – a shooting fracas breaks out between these fascist extremists and Russian forces, that will provide all the pretext that is needed for NATO to intervene, with full-scale war sure to follow. And as we have seen in the Western media, with events in Crimea being deceptively described as a ‘Russian invasion’, the ground is being prepared for the history books to describe Russia as the aggressor that started World War 3, as they have mistakenly described Germany to be the aggressor that started World War 1.

One thing we can take as absolute fact, even by their own admission, is that the elite banking dynasties (Rothschilds, Rockefellers, et al) intend to establish a one-world government, by any means necessary. This is what people are referring to, when they talk about a New World Order. The NWO could be accomplished either peaceably, by recruiting Russia and China into the project, or it could be achieved by a nuclear first strike on Russia and China.

By surrounding Russia and China with US military bases, and by installing missile defense systems along Russia’s western border, the ground has been laid to enable such a first strike, while limiting Western casualties to what the banksters would consider to be an ‘acceptable level’. If a few million of us useless feeders are incinerated, that is of no concern to the pathological banksters, who have underground bunkers in place for themselves and their chosen few.

I’m afraid it is becoming clear that the peaceful approach to establishing the NWO is not the one that is to be followed.

Richard Moore is a writer and researcher dedicated to the liberation of the human spirit and the establishment of a harmonious global society. He blogs at  cyberjournal.org,    escapingthematrix.org and quaylargo.com   

One comment on “NWO endgame reconsidered by Richard Moore

  1. Thomas Gram
    March 28, 2014

    I don’t think NWO or a world government is in the pipeline at all, precisely because the pipeline(s) are running dry. Maintaining a massive power structure even on the scale of the US requires a continuous input of non-renewable, strategic resources. The possible scale of power is basically maxed out already, and the US is showing all the signs of degeneration that precede implosion. Russia has enough gas to chug along on it for a little while, but sooner or later they’ll either sell it all or collapse for financial reasons as the rest of the world comes apart and gets local.

    As to the conflict in Crimea: I also don’t think it’ll come to a war. NATO may sign on with Ukraine and promise to attack Russia if Russia attacks eastern Ukraine. In that case, Russia will just stick with Crimea, bankrupt the Turks with high gas prices and sit on their gains. Neither side wants to fight. Both know that both sides would lose. Mutual assurance of destruction hasn’t gone away.
    The only really volatile element remaining is the militancy of right-wing racist Ukrainians. If they start massacring ethnic Russians in eastern Ukraine, the Russians may feel compelled to do something. However, at that point, even NATO might not have the stomach to stick around and defend a genocide.

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