Global Government Coming, Money May Change
Kissinger: Obama Primed to Create ‘New World Order’
Policy guru says global upheaval presents ‘great opportunity’
January 6, 2009
By Drew Zahn
“Conflicts across the globe and an international respect for Barack Obama have created the perfect setting for establishment of ‘a New World Order,’ according to Henry Kissinger, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and former secretary of state under President Nixon.”
Sarkozy, Merkel, Blair call for new capitalism
By Emma Vandore
PARIS (AP) — The leaders of France and Germany appeared to put disagreements over economic policy behind them Thursday, calling on the U.S. to join global efforts to address the financial crisis.
“French President Nicolas Sarkozy, leading a two-day conference with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on the future of capitalism, said the crisis has shown that no country can go it alone on economic policy.
“‘In the 21st century, there it is no longer a single nation who can say what we should do or what we should think,’ he said.”
Kissinger Affirms Call for ‘New World Order’
Proposes globalism to solve current world economic crisis
By Jerome R. Corsi
“Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger reaffirmed his call for the incoming Obama administration to use the current financial crisis to create a ‘new world order,’ in a commentary piece for the International Herald Tribune.
“Kissinger’s commentary makes clear globalists intend to utilize the current global financial meltdown to advance globalism.
“In developing his call for action, Kissinger also makes clear his view of globalism involves a lessening of American power and influence to elevate other less advantaged countries in the global economy.”
Globalists See Econ Crisis as Excuse for ‘New World’
Leaders in Davos bill meltdown as opportunity to expand control
By Jerome R. Corsi
NEW YORK — A call to utilize the current global economic crisis as a panic in which governments worldwide can move to nationalize banks is emerging from the 2009 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
“The forum’s founder, Klaus Schwab, told CNN yesterday the current global economic slowdown is a ‘transformational crisis’ that should be utilized to shape a ‘new world.’
“‘Above all else this is a crisis of confidence,’ Schwab said. ‘To restore confidence you have to establish signposts that the world after the crisis will be different. We have to create a new world and that is what Davos 2009 will be all about — serving society.'”