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.
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!