In 2012 very few people understand what the New World Order is all about and how the New World Order has evolved to what it is today. This lack of understanding is derived from a systematic denial by the Globalists and Politicians that the New World Order even exists at all.
When the term New World Order first came into vogue in the wake of the Gulf War, but especially following the collapse of the Soviet Union, it evoked the promise of an exciting, higher plateau of international relations, including:
Reality of the New World Order in 2012
This view of the New World Order was a rosy one. However, It underestimated and neglected a number of vital factors. The reality of today paints a different picture.
The bipolarity of the geo-political world (one that is forced to accept blame for international tension, even while it provided the longest continuous period of peace Europe had known in the 20th Century) was succeeded not by an orderly unipolar world but by a disorderly multipolar one.
On the positive side:
This multi-polarity has, at least, reduced the relative weight of internationalsecurity and military alliances as the currency of international relations and supplanted them with economic and commercial competition that is headed by the Globalists.
The relaxation of international tension has also permitted co-operation and diplomatic breakthrough in areas of Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Southern Africa, probably not otherwise possible.
Throughout much of the world, the demise of Communism led to a greater acceptance of Western values relating to good government, free press and civil rights.
On the other hand:
Is the New World Order the Old World Disorder?
As is painfully evident in the former Yugoslavia and elsewhere, the forces of nationalism, ethnicity, racism and religious extremism are unbound and unbounded in ways that only the most cynical among us would have predicted possible.
Add to the stark communal violence from pressures of economic restructuring which affects all but the most entrepreneurial or corrupt during the painful but necessary transition from Communism to Capitalism, and the resulting sum is a glaring picture of instability that potentially threatens the security of the entire world.
It is now clear that the end of the Cold War (and the advent of the New World Order) does not mean the end of instability or threat.
What it does is allow for open conflict in regions where formerly such conflict would have been, at best, unthinkable or, at worst, successfully held in check.
How the New World Order in 2012 is Changing?
In this new climate of uncertainty, the very definition of national security has been broadened to include not only protection of traditional political and military targets, but also concern for the illicit transfer of leading-edge technology, the safeguarding of the environment and the containment, through international multilateral means, of regional and ethnic conflict, including euphemistic “civil” wars (a subject largely ignored in the past by the international community).
This approach strongly implies two phenomena: (1) interdependence and the (2) strengthening of international coordinating organizations, specifically the Globalist United Nations.
In response to these requirements of the New World Order, it appears the world is taking the following steps:
1. The world has broadened its concept of national security to include the notion of Co-operative Security. This does not mean it has neglected the narrower concept of military security. It simply recognize that in today’s world the attainment of security includes elements other than the traditional one, e.g.
2. The Globalist Elite are attempting to shift the emphasis away from “collective defence” to “collective security”. They are doing this because the mindset of countries who collaborate to defend themselves (mob mentality) usually do so in order to leverage off other countries’ military expertise.
This presents a problem to the Globalists because the collective defence mentality is not primarily driven by fear like the collective security mentality. Therefore, the Globalists are in a better position when countries collaborate (break down their borders and governance via collective security) because this mindset is a self-perpetuating fear that can never be undone (i.e. Once countries collaborate due to collective security, that cooperation is nearly impossible to undo and will eventually morph into a union / world government)
What can we do about the New World Order in 2012?
It is, to an extent, in the hands of each of us; in the intelligence and tolerance with which we approach the truly difficult injustices in contemporary international relations and in the will we bring to bear to correct such inequities.
The New World Order has arrived and needs to be presented for what it is.
The global community of individuals, free from defined roles established by the State, needs to come together tosystematically remove the Globalists within our political and social circles who are intentionally planting the seeds of world governments and the New World Order.
At the moment, the only way we can stop the New World Order is via the following:
At the moment, the Globalists have taken a significant steps backward in their objective to achieve a New World Order and World Government. This was only achieved by the efforts of the alternative media and anti-Globalist movement.
However, due to the size and nature of the Globalists, the struggle of anti-Globalists will continue for many years to come. We need to strengthen our resolve at an order of magnitude greater than they already have done if we are to bring about a more peaceful and just world.