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Has the New World Order Turned to the Middle East

Written by The Informed Aussie
Published on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
Globalist Report

establishment of a new world order coming from Middle Eastern countriesON Tuesday September 11 1990, the world as we knew it changed forever. It was the day that George H. W. Bush declared that a new world order was coming.

Ever since that fateful day, the world has seen an unprecedented escalation of global conflicts, economic disasters and a disintegration of the core values that once were held and valued by everyone.

THERE is no doubt that the Globalist agenda for a new world order is well and truly under way 

The United Nations, IMF and other world governing bodies are stronger than ever and are positioning the global political spectrum into a corner that will inevitably lead to the formation of world government.

However, with all that aside, the rhetoric for the establishment of a new world order coming from Middle Eastern countries is starting to raise some serious questions about the Middle East’s role in the establishment of the new world order.

THE vast majority of new world order rhetoric coming from the Middle East is being derived from Iran. Recently, President Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying:

  • The fundamentals that can solve the problems of mankind are capable of establishing a more humane and sustainable new world order (Source: Iran: Ahmadinejad underlines asia’s decisive role in deciding future world order. (2012, Oct 20). Asia News Monitor)
  • Achieving a new world order needs cooperation and participation of all nations (Source: Iran president calls for participation of all countries in new world order. (2012, Oct 11). BBC Monitoring Middle East)
  • Speaking in an interview on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Ahmadinejad said that a new world order should emerge, putting end to “the system of empires”. (Source: Ahmadinejad speaks for new world order. (2012, Sep 28). South Asian Media Net

The vast majority of new world order rhetoric coming from the Middle East is being derived from IranHowever, Ahmadinejad is not the only Middle Eastern leader to push the new world order agenda.

  • The Sudanese vice-president Taha was recently caught urging Muslim Youth at the 8th conference of the Youth Sector of the Islamic Movement that they can defeat the mechanisms of the unfair New World Order (Source: Sudanese vice-president urges youth to play role in international politics. (2012, Oct 21). BBC Monitoring Middle East).
  • Shaikh Mohammed, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE laid out his vision about the path to success in the emerging new world order in an interview in McClatchy – Tribune Business News. He said that  “between now and 2050, emerging markets will be the main engine of global economic growth with trade flows more connected and goods, services and people more mobile than ever before in the new world order” (Source: Future is ours, says mohammed. (2012, Oct 06). McClatchy – Tribune Business News)

EVEN more bizarre than Al Maktoum‘s comments are the recent remarks by Jose Graziano da Silva from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). da Silva was quoted as saying “ The new global governance system of food security that we are building together, that has the CFS as its cornerstone and AMIS as one of its components, is part of a new world order that needs to emerge” (Source: FAO urges strengthening food security governance. (2012, Oct 17). Kuwait News Agency)

So what does all the Middle Eastern new world order rhetoric mean?

In the short-term, not much at all. The current political and socio-economic situation of the Middle East and the inability of the Middle East’s leaders to influence Western markets and Western governments means that a new world order derived from the Middle East is unlikely to occur.

However, in the long-term, if the current rate of disintegration of the American and European economies and their global dominance continues, then a Middle Eastern new world order might become a reality.