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In a follow up to last week’s blog, staff reporter Aden McClune further discusses the New World order, also known as the Illuminati.

New World Order pt. II

This is part two to the multi-part post about the New World Order. Here, I’ll try to discuss the origins and beginning of both the term “New World Order” and the formation of a secret power cult in the modern era. The most common, and accepted time period for modern plans for a one-world government is the late 18th century, 1773 to be exact. This year, Mayer Amschel Rothschild convened with 12 other members and made plans. Their ultimate goal(s) were the dissolution of all nation-states, abolition of private property, abolition of inheritance, abolition of patriotism, destruction of the family, the abolishment of all religions, and the creation of a one-world government. Some people connect the Illuminati, another “conspiracy theory” to the New World Order, which I believe is partially correct. 

The first usage of the term “New World Order” was around the First and Second World Wars but was made mainstream with George Bush senior’s use of the term in a speech. He elaborates, “where the rule of law… governs the conduct of nations,” and “in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the UN’s founders.” What did he mean by this? What vision did the UN founders have for us?

In the next part, we’ll discuss what the one-world government could look like, and how it could be implemented in the 21st century.

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