The Reasons We Fight The New World Order

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market blog,

“Countless people … will hate the new world order … and will die protesting against it.” H.G. Wells, The New World Order (1940)

Throughout our lives and throughout our culture, we are conditioned to rally around concepts of false division. We are led to believe that Democrats and Republicans are separate and opposing parties, yet they are actually two branches of the same political-control mechanism. We are led to believe that two nations such as the United States and Russia are geopolitical enemies, when, in fact, they are two puppet governments under the dominance of the same international financiers. Finally, we are told that the international bankers themselves are somehow separated by borders and philosophies, when the reality is all central banks answer to a singular authority: the Bank Of International Settlements (BIS).

We are regaled with stories of constant conflict and division. Yet the truth is there is only one battle that matters, only one battle that has ever mattered: the battle between those people who seek to control others and those people who simply wish to be left alone.

The “New World Order” is a concept created not in the minds of “conspiracy theorists” but in the minds of those who seek to control others. These are the self-appointed elite who fancy themselves grandly qualified to determine the destiny of every man, woman and child at the expense of individual freedom and self-determination.  Such elites are often very open about their globalist intentions and ambitions, much like author H.G. Wells, a socialist member of the Fabian Society and friend to the internationalist establishment who put forth his blueprint for world governance in the book quoted above.  In this article, I would like to examine the nature of our war with the elite and why their theories on social engineering are illogical, inadequate and, in many cases, malicious and destructive.

The ‘Greater Good’

I have always found it fascinating that while elitists and NWO champions constantly proclaim that morality is relative and that conscience is not inherent, somehow they are the ones who possess the proper definition of the “greater good.” If “good” is in all cases relative, then wouldn’t the “greater good” also be entirely relative? This inconsistency in their reasoning does not seem to stop them from forcing the masses through propaganda or violence to accept their version of better judgment.

As many psychologists and anthropologists (including Carl Jung and Steven Pinker) have proven over decades of study, moral compass and conscience are not mere products of environment; they are inborn ideals outside of the realm of environmental influences. The greater good is inherently and intuitively felt by most people. Whether one listens to this voice of conscience is up to the individual.

It is no accident that NWO elites end up contradicting themselves by claiming morality to be meaningless while pronouncing THEIR personal morality to be pure. In order to obtain power over others, they must first convince members of the public that they are empty vessels without meaning or direction. They must convince the masses to ignore their inner voice of conscience. Only then will the public sacrifice freedoms to purchase answers they don’t really need from elites who don’t really have them.


I don’t claim to know what ideology would make a perfect society, and I certainly don’t know the exact solutions needed to get there. What I do know, though, is that no one else knows either. Whenever anyone takes a stage to announce that only he has the answers to the world’s problems, I cannot help but be suspicious of his motives. Rarely, if ever, do I hear these people suggest that more liberty and more individualism will make a better future. Instead, their solution always entails less freedom, more control, and more force in order to mold society towards their vision.

The utopia offered by the power elite invariably demands a collectivist mindset that the individual must give up his self-determination and independence so the group can survive and thrive. The problem is no society, culture or collective can exist without the efforts and contributions of individuals. Therefore, the liberty and prosperity of the individual is far more important than the safety or even existence of the group.

The elites understand this fact, which is why they do reserve some individuality (for their own tiny circle).

No matter the guise presented — whether it be socialism, communism, fascism or some amalgamation of each — the goal is always the same: collectivism and slavery for the masses and unrestrained gluttony for the oligarchs.

The Philosophy Of Force

If your idea of a better society is a good and rational one, you should not need to use force in order to get people to accept it. Only intrinsically destructive ideas require the use of force to frighten the public into compliance. The NWO is an idea that relies entirely on force.

Globalization has been consistently sold to us as part of the natural progression of mankind, yet this “natural progression” is always advanced through the use of lies, manipulation, fear and violence. The NWO concept is one of complete centralization, a centralization that cannot be achieved without the use of terror, for who would support the creation of a malicious global power authority unless he was terrorized into doing so?

The only morally acceptable use of force is the use of force to defend against attack. As the NWO relentlessly presses forward its attack on our freedoms, we, the defenders, are labeled “violent extremists” if we refuse to go along quietly. The NWO’s dependency on force to promote its values makes it an inherently flawed methodology derived from ignorance and psychopathy, rather than wisdom and truth.

Dishonesty As Policy

As with the use of violence, the use of lies to achieve success automatically poisons whatever good may have been had through one’s efforts. The elites commonly shrug off this logic by convincing each other that there is such a thing as a “noble lie” (both Saul Alinsky and Leo Strauss, the gatekeepers of the false left/right paradigm, promoted the use of “noble lies”) and that the masses need to be misled so that they can be fooled into doing what is best for themselves and the world. This is, of course, a sociopathic game of self-aggrandizement.

Lies are rarely, if ever, exploited by people who want to make the lives of other men better; lies are used by people who want to make their own lives better at the expense of others. Add to this the egomaniacal assertion that the elites are lying for “our own good” when they are actually only out to elevate their power, and what you get is a stereotypical abusive relationship on a global scale.

Methodologies that have legitimate benefits to mankind deliberately seek truth and do not need to hide behind a veil of misinformation and misdirection. If a methodology requires secrecy, occultism and deceit in order to establish itself in a culture, then it is most likely a negative influence on that culture, not a positive one.

The Hands Of The Few

Why does humanity need a select elite at all? What purpose does this oligarchy really serve? Is centralized power really as efficient and practical as it is painted to be? Or is it actually a hindrance to mankind and an obstacle in our quest to better ourselves? Champions of the NOW argue that global governance is inevitable and that sovereignty in any form is the cause of all our ills. However, I find when I look back at the finer points of history (the points they don’t teach you in college textbooks), the true cause of most of the world’s ills is obviously the existence of elitist groups.

The “efficiency” of centralization is useful only to those at the top of the pyramid, because it generally stands on a vast maze of impassable bureaucracy. It has to. No hyper-condensed authority structure can survive if the citizenry is not made dependent on it. Centralization makes life harder for everyone by removing our ability to provide our own essentials and make our own choices. That is to say, centralization removes all alternative options from the system, until the only easy path left is to bow down to the establishment.

I have never seen a solid example of centralization of power resulting in a better society or happier people. I have also never come across a select group of leaders intelligent enough and compassionate enough to oversee and micromanage the intricate workings of the whole of the Earth. There is no use for the elite, so one must ask why we keep them around?

The Opposite View

Arguing over what should be done about the state of the world is a fruitless endeavor until one considers what should be done about the state of his own life. As long as men are stricken by bias, selfish desire and lack of awareness, they will never be able to determine what is best for other people. The opposing philosophy to the NWO, the philosophy of the Liberty Movement, holds that no one has the right to impose his particular version of a perfect society on anyone else. As soon as someone does, he has committed a grievous attack against individual liberty — an attack that must be answered.

Our answer is simply that the people who want to control others be removed from positions of control and that the people who want to be left alone just be left alone. Association and participation should always be voluntary; otherwise, society loses value. This is not anarchy in the sense that consequence is removed. Rather, the rights of the individual become paramount; and the liberties of the one take precedence over the ever vaporous demands of some abstract group.

The most common retort to this principle of valuing the individual over collective fear is that "someone" must apply and enforce a structure of law and accountability, otherwise, society will "fall apart" into a vortex of madness and chaos.  And perhaps that is true, though self-governance has never been allowed to exist in the history of man without immediate interference from elitist groups, so no one really knows for certain what would happen.

Doing away with overt government control, however, does not mean we do away with "law".  Natural law, as with conscience, exists in our very biological and spiritual being, and does not require a central authority in order to be defined.  Natural law supersedes the laws of men.  In fact, the only man-made laws worth following are derived from natural law.  The primary tenet of natural law is that no one has the right to impede or erode the inherent liberties of other individuals, as long as they also respect natural laws.  The second any person violates the inborn rights of another, he has committed a trespass against natural law.  His trespasses against government authority are secondary, if not meaningless.  When one understands the unassailable existence and preeminence of natural law, he quickly discovers how trivial governments really are.

The ONLY reason for any government to exist is to safeguard individual freedom. Period. The original intent of America’s Founding Fathers was to establish a Nation that fostered this ideal. When government or oligarchy steps outside the bounds of this mandate, it is no longer providing the service it was originally designed for; and it must be dismantled. Unfortunately, it is a universal rule that uncompromising tyranny must often be met with uncompromising revolution.

When a new system arises that cannibalizes the old, enslaves our future, uses aggression against us and mutilates our founding principles in the name of arbitrary progress, that new system must be defied and ultimately destroyed. The NWO ideology represents one of the most egregious crimes against humanity of all time, posing in drag as our greatest hope. It is based, fundamentally, on everything that makes life terrible for the common man and everything our inherent conscience fights against.

We would be far better served as a species if we were to turn our back on the NWO altogether and move swiftly in the opposite direction. Imagine what tomorrow would be like if there were no controllers, no statists, no despots and no philosopher kings. Imagine a tomorrow where people respect the natural-born rights of others. Imagine a tomorrow where people’s irrational fears are not allowed to inhibit other people’s freedoms. Imagine a tomorrow where interactions between citizens and government are rare or nonexistent. Imagine if we could live our days in peace, independently building our own destinies, in which our successes and failures are our own, rather than the property of the collective. It may not be a perfect world, or a utopia, but I suspect it would be a much better place than we live in today.

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Ignatius's picture

NWO = euphemism for criminal, corporate Establishment and oligarchic control.

0b1knob's picture

Meet the New World Order, same as the Old World Order....

willwork4food's picture

NWO = No White Openings

NAFTA=  Not As Fully Translated (or) Advertised

BUSH=  Bullshit, Underperformer, Sorry, Horseass.

OBAMA= Only Benefiting (the) American Medical Association (Inc.)

palmereldritch's picture

"The goal of socialism is communism." ~Vladimir Lenin

The goal of communism is....

Oldwood's picture

Absolute dependency and submission to the state.

palmereldritch's picture

...shear and slaughter.  Preferably on an 8 year cycle.


"Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever."

Vladimir Lenin

Mao Zedong summarized the purpose of the Cultural Revolution, “After the chaos the world reaches peace, but in seven or eight years, the chaos needs to happen again.”[1] In other words, there should be a political revolution every seven or eight years, and a crowd of people needs to be killed every seven or eight years.

A supporting ideology and practical requirements lie behind the CCP’s slaughters.



The Wizard's picture

When Marx wrote Das Kapital he was not proposing something called Marxism. He was identifying the weaknesses in the capitalistic system that would come to fruition based on the natural greed factor. The Fabian Society used Marx and Engels criticisms and developed a movement we call Communism. People need to learn how to analyze societies and governments from a systems perspective and dump all the labels such as Republican, Democrat, left, right, progressive, capitalist, communist, etc.

I don't agree with everything this guy claims though I can see where he is coming from in offering a solution. The whole video is worth a watch but at the 1hr and 20min mark he gets into the meat of his solution.

Marx was accurate in his criticisms of capitalism but never offered any type of solution.


maskone909's picture

Is it me or has ZH been getting hacked recently?

UselessEater's picture

Its crashing repeatedly when I try to post; 8 attempts to re-load this article alone in a readable format -I've no idea if my post gets through or is duplicated half the time. Annoying!!!

maskone909's picture

Must have upset somebody up top tylers. I am really curious why this is happening

Rootin' for Putin's picture

I'm sure all of our IP's are logged and cross referenced ready for the black helicopters flight plan

Rusty Shorts's picture

I noted the red dot on the back of my head.

UselessEater's picture

I got a "red dot" on my legit tax return. Does that count?

Greenskeeper_Carl's picture

If that is a serious question, I've been wondering the same thing, I tried to reply to a comment on another thread and it redirected me somewhere else. The other day it kept giving me an error message saying the server wasn't responding or something. I figured it was something going on with my phone since I had just updated it after several years, but if other have been having problems then maybe it's not just my phone.

old naughty's picture

so Tylers getting on the nerves of PTB...

or was that some of us?

snodgrass's picture

The NWO is simply the old world order brought back from the dead. We are revisiting the world that existed 2,000 years ago. Israhell is once again established as the world's hell spot (think of it as Mordor). We have a military-run govt. and the money changers are in charge of the temple. No one asks what happened to the super rich after the fall of Rome. They didn't just all die out. They migrated elsewhere and became European "royalty". They want the old world back of serfdom and what they knew 2,000 years ago. The money changers helped them accomplish it by destroying the world economy, private enterprise and individual liberty and by taking over all the major institutions that formerly shaped the culture in order to recast the mindset of the proles. Most young people are socialists or haven't you noticed?

Dick Buttkiss's picture

Agreed, as one world government is statism's wet dream, no matter that the present den of thieves is inherently incapable of pulling it off and will instead self-destruct. The process is well underway, in fact, but fortunately we aren't helpless to do anything about it. On the contrary, we are already marshalling the forces necessary to survive and prosper in its aftermath, given that the Internet a fact of life and that we are already learning what "semi-intelligent slime" has to teach us.

No, I'm not talking about politicans. Rather, I'm talking about the vast power of disintermediated decentralization, as this is our future:

And yes, it includes this:

givenoquarter's picture

Despite all the one world control, end of America side of things, their album "Substance" way back in 1987 really rocked the clubs back then. Nothing like a hit of X and rocking out all night at the club to "Bizarre Love Triangle"... good times. 

Yen Cross's picture

   The author of this article  "presupposes" the deal is done...

  I've no time for worthless quitters in my life!

  I find it amazing, the lack of educate/

SilverDOG's picture

So many are consumed by the MATRIX.

They are unwilling to proceed beyond what they are forcibly fed.

In my lifetime I will see the beginning of the change.

The direction remains questionable, based upon resources.

Intend upon being in the seated section this time, of the coloseum.

Gear up 300 !


HardAssets's picture

An Alien's View on this Matter - brought to you by Jon Rappoport:



acetinker's picture

Ok, it's Friday morn, and I awoke to thoughts that we are controlled by eggheads who couldn't accomplish a thing without the efforts of their appointed staff.  I thought of the Manhattan Project, and Einstein who was totally incompetent at the practical level.  I realized that there were people in his charge who were in fact, exceptionally competent whom I've never heard of...

The entire thought took no more than five seconds, but would consume many pages if written out.

What do I find while sipping my first cup of coffee?  Brandon Smith and Jon Rappoport (via Hard Assets) elucidating similar thoughts.

A chief worry of mine has been for some time that I wouldn't see the transformation- from what is to what could be; That I wouldn't know the critical time.

Maybe it's just coincidence or wishful thinking on my part.  Maybe the revolution, as it were, is at hand.  I know this:  The Alien is correct- it is time, past time in fact, that humans outgrow the trappings of organized society.

loregnum's picture

The problem is I think the majority of humans simply want to be controlled and be in a world like that. I don't know if it's jsut how they are born or it is from propaganda/programming they have received their lives. Crazy species...

UselessEater's picture

Perhaps but I also think its incredibly hard for people to perceive the danger (evil) behind the conspiracy and therefore the threat. An average Mum or Dad upon seeing a direct threat to their child will act, but if they're conned or misdirected from seeing that direct threat, then they won't act.

HardAssets's picture

@loregnum - so true !

See my post with Alien's Viewpoint above. It fits in with what you said about humans being crazy.

UselessEater's picture

Thing is, my family and I never wanted to be controlled, we took actions like moving countries etc to avoid it decades ago.
Yet we only "woke up" to the NWO ponzi scam a few years ago, having believed many of lies for a long time and participated in the fake voting game thinking it was real.
So are we stupid or crazy or were we doing the best we could with what we knew at the time?

Eahudimac's picture

Congratulations! You've figured it out. You are not stupid or crazy. You are just like everyone else before they woke up. I started the journey in 2007 and it came to fruition in 2009. It sucks not being one of the sheeple. Ignorance is bliss. 


UselessEater's picture

But you know what, its much harder this time round, we worked so hard to make it the first time but... the net today is very tight and tightening

Oldwood's picture

Most creatures seek safety in numbers and the "collective" satisfies that need, only humans have figured out how to harness the group power of insecurity. We really are still animals after all, and respond in very predictable ways, just our brains introduce enough static that they can never control all of us. Thats why killing is so important.

Redneck Hippy's picture

New World Order is soooo George Bush, Sr. era. Can't we update the conspiracy theory a little?

john39's picture

The New World Order conspiracy is a hell of a lot older than idiot george bush...

Crawdaddy's picture

Thats a fact jack. Older than his twisted old clown socked poppy too. I remember old timers railing on the NWO back when I was a kid. I wish I had known to pay attention to them then.

Ms. Erable's picture

Not theory, but proven and openly admitted fact. Can't you update your reading list a little?

palmereldritch's picture

How about Dinner with Kanye and the Kardashians?

How's that workin' for ya?

RaceToTheBottom's picture

Just when does the New World Order become Old?

gobsmack's picture

If you like your world order, you can keep your world order.

Hulk's picture

Why's everyone got a paper bag over their head these dayz?

UselessEater's picture

Great it's not just me denying ZH my crowned corgi avatar that took so damn long to find. (I'm gonna blame HRH).

Oldwood's picture

It makes me feel a 25¢ condom.

AccreditedEYE's picture

Despite popular opinion and CNBC specials for being down 141 bps on Nasdaq, I believe we are being played once again and that we will see a ripfest higher just in time to save OpEx tomorrow. Time will tell but considering the "end of the Bull" headlines, Asia is taking everything in stride tonight. Bet ya the dip gets bought!

A Lunatic's picture

How come you never see poor and downtrodden enlightened elite.........??

blindman's picture

@.." Imagine what tomorrow would be like if there were no controllers, no statists, no despots and no philosopher kings. Imagine a tomorrow where people respect the natural-born rights of others. Imagine a tomorrow where people’s irrational fears are not allowed to inhibit other people’s freedoms. Imagine a tomorrow where interactions between citizens and government are rare or nonexistent. Imagine if we could live our days in peace, independently building our own destinies, in which our successes and failures are our own, rather than the property of the collective. It may not be a perfect world, or a utopia, but I suspect it would be a much better place than we live in today."
these words are the words of a philosopher, a king of philosophy,
perhaps, and there is no harm in that. someone has to follow the
bliss or we all perish in conformity, delusion, dilution and dissolution.

Yen Cross's picture

@ blindman I realize you're sensory advantaged.

How would you like to spend some time reading charts?
I think you're entirely capable of being a good chartist.
You have good intuition, and insight. (green and white)
Green up<> White down

Rearden-Steel's picture

The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. -Ayn Rand

We are all criminals.