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Pat Buchanan on the NWO in 2000

This is the text, slightly abridged, of a speech made by the US presidential candidate Pat Buchanan to the Boston World Affairs Council (the statewide version of the CFR) in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 6th this year on the crucial conflict of the 21st century. Despite being made by one of the great political figures in the United States and a potential president, this speech was almost wholly ignored - blacked out - by the major news media throughout the USA, including even the locally published Boston Globe.

Fight Back

In 1939, in his book The New World Order, H. G. Wells wrote: "Countless people will hate the New World Order... and will die protesting against it... we will have to bear in mind the distress of a generation of malcontents..."

Well, Mr Wells, we are your malcontents. But we're not going to die protesting your New World Order; we're going to live fighting it. And Seattle may just prove to be the Boston Tea Party of that New World Order. "I believe globalism is inevitable," Mr Clinton told Larry King at last year's end. Well I don't!

My vision of America is of a republic that has recovered every trace of her lost sovereignty, independence and liberty, a nation that is once again self-reliant in agriculture, in industry and technology, a country that can, if need be, stand alone in the world.

My vision is of a republic, not an empire, a nation that does not go to war unless it is attacked, or her vital interests are imperilled, or her honour is impugned. And when she does go to war it is only after following a constitutional declaration by the Congress of the United States. We are not imperialists; we are not interventionists; we are not hegemonists; and we are not isolationists. We simply believe in America first, last and always.

And we don't want to be citizens of the world, because we have been granted a higher honour - we are citizens of the United States. Asked on his deathbed to make a toast, John Adams, the great Bostonian, declared: "That is my vision for America; that is our cause; and it shall prevail!

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Only technology can save us from Endgame

I believe that globalism is inevitable. The history of the world has been one of consolidation, starting from small tribes which later became settlements, then cities, then countries. What makes you think you can stop here and say: enough is enough - I'm happy with a nation-state but I don't want world government?

The tendency is for life to aggregate, merge and interconnect. This tendency predates us: we started out as single-cell organisms and evolved into multi-cellular ones. In doing so, each singular cell lost much of what it meant to be a self-contained entity. It is only because we could hunt in groups that we could be an evolutionary success. Groups work better than individuals, hence languages emerged.

The concept of a nation is already made obsolete by the tight interconnections countries have with other countries: import, export, medias, tourism, trade, investment.

And, nation-states aren't stable anyway; they compete with each other and aim at expanding, stealing each other's resources, and so on. Even without a NWO, at some point one country would dominate and engulf all the others. But we already have had a NWO for some time; countries are governed not by their politicians but by those with the money. All you are seeing here is more of the same: more power to the powerful, and less to those who didn't fight to get some.

The people in power will use that power to get more and more, until a tiny minority has everything, at the expense of everyone else.

This situation has actually oscillated in the past due to the fact that when people feel the hunger, they rise up, and their numbers overpower the rulers momentarily. See the french revolution, or the american revolution. Then the herd goes back to sleep, and so on.

But we're near a turning point, in which technology becomes so powerful that a tiny minority is actually able to completely defeat any number of people who are either unarmed or armed with previous generation weapons. If you guys think that just because you have automatic weapons you can fight your own best-in-the-world US army, with its radiation weapons, pain ray vehicles, orbital laser, automatic drones... you're totally hopeless, I hope you realize that. That's why they don't bother taking your guns. They do want you to fire your water pistol so they have an excuse for dropping the bombs.

As for your armed forces, you can count on an overwhelming majority to always follow their orders.

As I see it, planet-wide slavery is inevitable at some point in the future unless some technological revolution completely changes the human situation first. And fortunately this is a real possibility.

Some scenarios in which this could end positively, I think, are:

- we develop a superhuman, friendly AI (check singinst.org) who can impose fairness (it's still a totalitarian regime, but potentially more benign than any human-ruled democracy)

- unlimited lifespans through nanotechnology and engineered negligible senescence create a social revolution (look up aubrey de grey - we're not very far from abolishing aging). After 100-200 years of life, every one of us will have seen all possible permutations of american idol and will start watching historical documentaries on youtube: we may become dramatically more wise, and truly wise crowds can begin to wield immense political power, when media brainwashing no longer works, and every citizen is thoroughly vaccinated against any sort of power grabbing ploy

- nanotechnology makes material wealth so widespread that the competitions of the future will no longer be on possessions but other things (computing power for instance). This won't abolish competition, so you'll still have rich and poor, but even the poorest of the poor THEN will have things the rich can't even dream about today.

- advanced forms of production such as nanotech create dramatic change in how we produce, consume and live; advanced virtual reality and the scarcity of the need for labor make society "fall apart" gracefully into smaller communities, irreversibly - central organization is no longer beneficial

- advances in artificial intelligence and reverse engineering of the human brain bring us very fast to the post human stage, and with augmented brains the whole human paradigm ceases to make any sense. The consciousness of all life forms merges, and we expand into the universe converting it into thinking, feeling structures (competition disappears due to a unified consciousness).

So as I see it the only hope is for technology to change the game. As for you guys trying to educate mr dumbguy or waving your little pistol, I respect you for your courage but I don't think you will make a difference. I do hope I am wrong though.

My Vision of America is....

My vision of America is of a republic that has recovered every trace of her lost sovereignty, independence and liberty, a nation that is once again self-reliant in agriculture, in industry and technology, a country that can, if need be, stand alone in the world.

My vision is of a republic, not an empire, a nation that does not go to war unless it is attacked, or her vital interests are imperilled, or her honour is impugned. And when she does go to war it is only after following a constitutional declaration by the Congress of the United States. We are not imperialists; we are not interventionists; we are not hegemonists; and we are not isolationists. We simply believe in America first, last and always.

And we don't want to be citizens of the world, because we have been granted a higher honour - we are citizens of the United States. Asked on his deathbed to make a toast, John Adams, the great Bostonian, declared: "That is my vision for America; that is our cause; and it shall prevail!

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i regret

i regret that i don't take more time to scroll down and read more blog comments.

thanks for this!!

This was not a comment...

This was a full blog post, which I don't do often, because I only post things that I think are of substance.

I worked for Pat's election and at that time, the same tactics were used by the media; calling us terrorists and militia members, pretending we don't exist, etc, all of this garbage is NOT working this time.

To have Obama say he was 'unaware' of the millions who gathered nationwide should cause him some considerable blowback and make people even angrier.

Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers

Thanks

That some good stuff, I've always had respect for Pat Buchanan.