The now infamous phrase “New World Order” (NWO), which implies the erosion of our national sovereignty subjugated by global governance was once mocked and ridiculed as a mere conspiracy theory of the fanciful by all but an outspoken few. Those with the insight and fortitude to speak out about the existence of the NWO infrastructure were, and continue to be, mocked, ridiculed and marginalized by elected officials of the Republican and Democrat parties alike, media pundits, and talking heads of all kinds.
Despite evidence to the contrary, there are still those who believe that the New World Order is nothing more than conspiracy fodder. Others believe that the New world Order is merely conceptual, or at worst, it is an altruistic plan that is necessary to facilitate a global economy and stabilize the economies of nations, including that of the United States. It’s a good thing, we are told, and something that will quell the volatility of the global economy. Yet nothing could be further from the truth.
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We are witnessing a New World Order that is being incrementally forced through financial terrorism. And the tempo of the financial terrorism is picking up at a rapid pace. We are seeing it in food prices, gas prices, and the cost of goods bought and sold in our economy today.
A brief look back
Following the official formation of the European Union in late 1993, the U.S., Canada and Mexico entered into a trilateral trade agreement called the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. It became official on 1 January 1994, ostensibly to eliminate barriers of trade and investment between the US, Canada and Mexico. We were told that this would be beneficial for the U.S. economy.
As stated by Jerome Corsi in his book America For Sale, “agreements such as NAFTA…CAFTA were advanced by globalists calculating that regional and global political structures would necessarily follow regional and global trade agreements.” More importantly, stated Dr. Corsi, is that the “architects of North American integration saw the economics of free trade as the path of least resistance to force into creation regional governments that would supersede nation-states in North America, just as the creation of the European Common Market made the creation of the European Union inevitable.”
Read More at Canada Free Press: – by Doug Hagmann and Joseph Hagmann, Canada Free Press