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Steve Watson
Infowars.com
March 22, 2011

Congressman Ron Paul made a sweep of television appearances yesterday to voice his strong opposition to the attack on Libya, and making it clear that the president is subverting US national sovereignty by bypassing Congress to engage in illegal acts of aggression.

Appearing on Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano, the Congressman pulled no punches when explaining why he believes Obama went to the UN for authority to drop bombs on Libya, rather than congress.

“I think he philosophically believes in one world government,” Paul stated.

“He wants to keep nudging us in that direction. I don’t believe he has a conviction that national sovereignty has any value. So therefore if they can diminish the Congress.” he continued.

“If he diminishes the Congress and he can get his authority from the United Nations then this enhances what he believes in. But he is not alone, the leadership in both parties has been nudging in that direction for a long time.” the Congressman added.

“To think of all the effort that the founders went to to make the Congress the most important body, that they are now the most willing to give up their prerogatives and give it to the executive branch and the judicial branch, and onward and onward. Our leaderships in the House as long as I’ve been there have always deferred to the executive branch.” he said.

Paul once again urged the American people to recognize the military incursion into Libya as a war of opportunity.

“It is unnecessary, it is wrong, it has nothing to do with national security, it has nothing to do with the defence of this country.” he said.

“I think there is more to do with it than just that. That may be their cover. It may be that oil is an important issue here. We didn’t go to Rwanda for humanitarian reasons, so I’m not to sure that oil might not be the real clincher here.”

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Press TV
March 8, 2011

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran and India need to help spread justice in the world as the duo share humane perspectives on international affairs.

“Currently, the formation of a new world order is of prime importance and it is upon the independent countries to prevent the same old oppressive order from insinuating itself into a new form,” the website of the Iranian president’s office quoted him as saying in a meeting with India’s National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon in Tehran on Monday.

Ahmadinejad underlined the role of Iran’s and India’s cultural background and said the issue of culture will significantly contribute to the new world order.

The Iranian chief executive also called for further cooperation between Tehran and New Delhi.

For his part, the Indian official lauded his country’s relations with the Islamic Republic and emphasized India’s willingness “to establish all-out strategic relations with Iran.”

Iran is India’s second-largest oil supplier after Saudi Arabia, with New Delhi importing 12 million barrels of Iranian crude on a monthly basis.

Trade volume between Iran and India reached almost $13 billion in 2007 after business between the two countries jumped by 80 percent.

India imported 21.3 million tons of crude oil from Iran from March 21, 2009 to March 21, 2010.

The New World Order

Posted: February 3, 2011 in New World Order

The Australian
February 3, 2011

AS the world economy emerges from the financial crisis, a startling new phase of globalisation is being revealed.

For a generation, freeing up trade and capital flows around the world has been driven by the rich nations, led by the US. Having been hit hardest by the crisis, however, these developed nations are now struggling to reconstruct their economic growth models.

They are burdened by unprecedented peacetime debts, being forced to wind back unaffordable social entitlement systems and are underprepared for the costs of their ageing populations.

The US is printing money to generate a lower dollar and to revive job growth; Europe is gripped by a sovereign debt crisis and battling to save the euro; Britain has been forced into its most savage austerity since World War II; and Japan yesterday suffered a sovereign credit downgrade.

As the rich world struggles, globalisation now is being powered by the big emerging market economies, led by China and India and extending to Indonesia, Brazil and others. Emerging market globalisation is even bypassing the rich world.

This is the irresistible theme among the couple of thousand political, financial and business elites who gather at this time of the year for the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono told these high priests of globalisation that Asia was undergoing a “rapid and strong economic, social, cultural and strategic resurgence, the size of which is certain to redefine global affairs”. He called it “the big shift” that would shape what he called “21st century globalism”.

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ALI AKBAR DAREINI
Associated Press
October 21, 2010

TEHRAN, Iran – The leaders of Iran and Venezuela hailed what they called their strong strategic relationship on Wednesday, saying they are united in efforts to establish a “new world order” that will eliminate Western dominance over global affairs.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and visiting Venezuelan counterpart, Hugo Chavez, watched as officials from both countries signed 11 agreements promoting cooperation in areas including oil, natural gas, textiles, trade and public housing.

Among the agreements, Venezuela’s state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA said the South American country was forming a joint shipping venture with Iran to aid in delivering Venezuelan crude oil to Europe and Asia. It said in a statement that the agreement for a joint venture also would help supply Iran “due to its limited refining capacity.”

Both presidents denounced U.S. “imperialism” and said their opponents will not be able to impede cooperation between Iran and Venezuela.

Iran’s state TV quoted both Ahmadinejad and Chavez as calling their relationship a “strategic alliance” that would eliminate the current global order.

“Iran and Venezuela are united to establish a new world order based on humanity and justice,” Ahmadinejad said, repeating his predictions that those who today seek “world domination are on the verge of collapse.”

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The Daily Bell
October 7, 2010

Germany Opposed To Unconditional IMF Safety Nets … Germany is opposed to the setting up of ‘global financial safety nets’ under the aegis of the International Monetary Fund, a Deutsche Bundesbank official said Tuesday. The official told journalists that the mechanisms proposed by the G-20 group of nations, would create moral hazard by obliging countries to provide unlimited liquidity without conditions in times of financial stress. The comments come as the German delegation prepares to fly to Washington DC for the autumn meetings of the IMF and World Bank … The IMF’s willingness to provide loans under the PCL to countries which, in its own words, “may not meet the FCL’s high qualification limits” appears to have raised hackles at the Bundesbank, which has consistently opposed any dilution of the IMF’s principles of only lending against strict commitments to sustainable fiscal and monetary policy. The initiative to expand such “safety nets” is part of the G-20′s efforts to make the international financial system more stable. It has been promoted by South Korea and has received some limited support from France and U.K. – WSJournal.com

Dominant Social Theme: The world needs a central bank and the IMF is ready to be one.

Free-Market Analysis: As we have written plenty of times before, it’s startling to see how fast the Anglo-American power elite is willing to move now toward a more specific and comprehensive global governance. When we read this article, even just the beginning, it was obvious to us what was going on. And then we came to this sentence: “It means a de facto obligation to provide unlimited liquidity in euros…but the IMF is not a central bank for the world.” Exactly. Is there a sub dominant social theme in the article. Perhaps so: “Pushback will continue but the IMF’s expanded role is inevitable.

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