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Written by Andrew Puhanic
Published on Thursday, May 31st, 2012
The president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has announced that the world needs a New World Order at a meeting with African ambassadors to Tehran. President Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying “the establishment of a just (new) world order is becoming a popular demand in the world” and that “this goal can only be achieved through collective effort”.
The remarks made by President Ahmadinejad coincide with the recent calls for world government that were made recently by the Rosicrucian Order in Nigeria at their aptly named conference “advancing a New World Order for the progress of the Human Race”
The Iranian president also said that the “world requires a new economic system that will protect the interests of nations as well as a new political establishment that will bring security, peace and mutual respect to all nations”. This statement also coincides with the recent revelation that China and Japan have begun establishing a new monetary world order to allow Japanese-backed institutions sell yuan bonds in China, helping to open China’s capital market. The Iranian president then went on to say “economic, political and social structures in the existing world order are controlled by a small group of people who refuse to allow the world order to change and benefit other nations” and that “all nations and governments need to be fairly and equally involved in global decision makings”.
President Ahmadinejad’s announcements for a New World Order are certainly different from those made by the Globalists of recent times. However, at the end of the day, the outcomes for ordinary people will be the same (Loss of freedoms and enslavement).
The recent gradual encroachment of the New World Order on our daily lives doesn’t end with the remarks made by President Ahmadinejad. The American Congress will this week (31/05/12) consider legislation to amend the 1988 International Telecommunication Regulations because of the implementation of the International Code of Conduct for Information Security. These changes would give the Globalist United Nations extraordinary powers over the Internet. The proposal that was originally submitted by China, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to the United Nations seeks to standardize the Internet and establish rules for maintaining cyber-security. Unfortunately, the truth is that these changes will give the International Telecommunication Union (United Nations Agency) that oversees international telecommunications new powers to control access to the Internet and information flow in cyberspace.
The comments made by President Ahmadinejad of Iran, the gradual reductions in our internet freedoms through the implementation of the International Code of Conduct for Information Security and the recently reported government induced Flame Virus all leads to one horrible weeks of assaults on our freedoms.