The New World Order mythology cannot be disproved, but it can be taken apart
Over the course of the last few decades a wonderfully fascinating mythology, that of the New World Order, has become quite popular. Part of the reason for this growing popularity resides in the ability of this ideological system, much like various religious cosmologies around the world, to validate itself independent of the operation of logic.
Necessarily any mythology, being derived from human reality, contains elements of truth. To that end in the New World Order one is presented with a journey akin in depth and richness to one through any religious system in existence today. In the interests of discovering the truth, however, an effort must be made to separate the myth from those nuggets of fact which form its metaphorical skeleton.
The mythological New World Order is all-powerful, all-knowing, and ever-present. Its existence, much like that of the Abrahamic God, cannot be “disproven”. Attempts at criticism are, likewise, generally dismissed by the adherents of this mythology as propaganda for Big Brother.
The myth has been meticulously crafted over the last several decades. It has absorbed much of its imagery from evangelical Christian apocalyptic thought in the sense of its constantly affirming that the end is near. It has also evolved to, in effect, welcome and encompass many other political belief systems which have significantly broadened its base of support.
The Illuminati are generally seen as the movers and shakers of the New World Order. Many will be surprised to learn that the group, named after the latin word for “the enlightened,” was actually a very real thing. Founded by Adam Weishaupt in 1776, the Bavarian Illuminati were a secret society which sought as its goal the furthering of enlightenment ideals.
The group, however, was disbanded in 1785. At the time of the French Revolution in 1789 conservative ideologues were known for propagating the idea that the Bavarian Illuminati were somehow behind the political and social unrest engulfing France. It was believed that they had gone underground and had infiltrated other organizations like the Freemasons and were subtly manipulating European politics to suit their goals. Once again, there is no way to succinctly “prove” that they were not doing so. On the other side the task is also fairly difficult to “prove” that they were.
The modern iteration of the myth incorporates the Illuminati at its center. Its members have been allegedly “placed” in strategic positions of power. Indeed, entire families, like the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, are implicated in the scematic. Also added to this soup of supposed villainy are the European royals (nearly all of whom are related, and apparently have exactly the same interests).
International organizations like the UN are seen as tools of the New World Order. These are supposedly the early forms of a one world government. Other organizatons like FEMA are said to be plotting to put the US population into detention camps for eventual slaughter in the global elite’s depopulation agenda which in some versions involves the use of nuclear and/or bio weapons.
The actions of these umbrella organizations are then run in secret by the members of groups like the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Group. These groups are thought to be almost entirely composed of members of the New World Order system. In reality their members lists are quite impressive and include politicians, diplomats, bankers, and the CEOs of major corporate conglomerates.
The rise of a one world government is what is generally shown to be the goal of the New World Order. This is accomplished within the mythos through subtle manipulation of the public. This manipulation exists at all levels, including chemicals in the water like flouride. There is quite a large group of theorists who believe that the government is spraying the populace (and has been doing so systematically) for years with chemicals.
Many reasons have been posited for those contrails that remain in the sky much longer than they should that range from top secret military weather manipulation experiments to part of a fairly real depopulation agenda. In reality if the phenomenon exists at all it is most likely representative of the first more than the second.
The facts surrounding the New World Order mythology may not necessarily be as exciting as the well-woven story embraced by all manner of conspiracy theorists. Certainly the world system has been changing for decades. These changes have, over time, acted to form the current world order.
In a recent paper on the topic, Henry Kissinger explains this quite succinctly. He writes that the “effort to establish world order has in many ways come to fruition. A plethora of independent sovereign states govern most of the world’s territory. The spread of democracy and participatory governance has become a shared aspiration if not a universal reality.”
“A world order of states affirming individual dignity and participatory governance, and cooperating internationally in accordance with agreed-upon rules, can be our hope and should be our inspiration.”
Conspiracy theories, while generally harmless, also can act to obscure the real truth. In all honesty, the New World Order probably represents less of a conspiracy theory and more of a religious appropriation and propagandizing of real world events. Its story weaves together nearly every different category of thought into a unified descriptive mechanism for the modern world. In this sense, that of the metaphorical, the New World Order most definitely exists, however on the whole, the sheer possibility of such a massive organization controlling things on a global scale still leaves one wanting for evidence.