Destroying the old to bring in the new *
by Matthew D. Jarvie
Already we are hearing almost non-stop talk in the media about global unity, a new order, a new economic order, etc., to solve this planned and orchestrated economic meltdown. On September 23rd, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon delivered a ‘State of the World’ address to the United Nations General Assembly, calling for “a new global economic order that more fully reflects the changing realities of our time.”
The same call of a new financial order was made in front of the UN General Assembly days later, on September 26th, by UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who stated: “For we must build a new global financial order founded on transparency, not opacity, rewarding success not excess, responsibility, not impunity, and which is global not national.”
At an October 4th meeting of European leaders, French President Nicholas Sarkozy, regarding the economic meltdown, stated: “We want a new world to come out of this.” This comes a year after Sarkozy’s speech to the UN where he openly called for a New World Order.
Today, The Scotsman published an article blatantly titled ‘The New World Order’. The article’s header features a picture of the planet with a caption reading: Global co-operation, nationalisation and state intervention — all in one day.
So once again it’s ordo ab chao (order out of chaos) — creating the problem to offer the “solution,” and it is being flashed in our faces while 98% of the public that is under perpetual sedation, subjected to an endless barrage of mindless entertainment and football, remain clueless as to what is really going on. While the talking heads on TV are giving the public a million authorized reasons for how this happened and who is responsible, the truth remains a conspiracy theory, and to dare suggest what is reality to the average person is to be met with denial or ridicule. If Tom Brokaw doesn’t report it on the nightly news, well then it must not be true.
On the cover of the magazine [pictured to left], The Economist, dated June 9, 1988, we see what is described as the coming world currency by the year 2018, called the Phoenix. It’s interesting that this should be used as the name of the planned global currency, as the phoenix is an important occult symbol representing the death of the old and the rebirth of something new from the ashes. In this case it represents the death of the current economic system and the remaining semblance of freedom and sovereignty we have left. From its ashes is to be a new order; not only a new financial order, as they are now calling it, but a new global system of control in which humanity is micromanaged and ruled with an iron fist under a scientific dictatorship.