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    Kissinger calls for New World Government

    Kissinger Calls For New International System Out Of World Crises


    Bilderberg luminary Henry Kissinger has repeated his routine call for a new international political order, stating that global crises should be seen as an opportunity to move toward a borderless world where national interests are outweighed by global necessities.

    Speaking with Charlie Rose earlier this week, Kissinger cited the chaos being wrought across the globe by the financial crisis and the spread of terrorism as an opportunity to bolster a new global order.

    "I think that when the new administration assess the position in which it finds itself it will see a huge crisis and terrible problems, but I can see that it could see a glimmer in which it could construct an international system out of it." Kissinger said, referring to the transition between the Bush and Obama administrations.

    The former National Security advisor and Secretary of State compared the current world climate to the period immediately following the second world war, which led to the creation and empowerment of global bodies such as the UN and NATO.

    "If you look back to the end of the second world war, many people now think that the period between the end of 1945 and 1950 was in many ways the most creative period or one of the most creative periods of foreign policy, but it started with chaos and fear of Russian invasion of Europe and governments that were very weak." Kissinger stated.

    "The new administration is really coming into office at a strange period in this sense," he continued. "It looks like a period of horrendous crisis all over the world. And we ourselves are in a severe crisis financially, but at the end of it our relative position in the world is actually stronger than it has been in the sense that Russia, China, India all have strong reasons to contribute to a quiet international environment because of the preoccupation they must have with their domestic affairs."

    "They do not wish and have good reasons not to wish for an international atmosphere of crisis. So Paradoxically, this moment of crisis is also one of great opportunity." Kissinger commented.

    Interviewer Charlie Rose, who has previously listened to Kissingerís calls for a new world order, recognized the direction the conversation was taking and urged Kissinger to elaborate:

    "When you talk about a new structure, Iím not sure, youíve used the term new world order, what is it? Is it simply a world order that is defined by new interest and new mutuality of interest?" Rose asked.

    "Thatís certainly how you have to start. I know the view that you start by converting the whole world to our political philosophy. I donít think that can be done in one or two terms of an administration. That is an historic process that has its own rhythm." Kissinger replied.

    "There are so many elements in this world at the moment that can only be dealt with on a global basis, and thatís unique," Kissinger continued. "Proliferation, energy, environment, All of these issues necessitate a global approach, so you donít have to invent an international order. So every country has to mitigate its pure national interests by the global necessities, or define itís national interests by global necessities But it cannot push its own technically selfish interests only by throwing its own weight around." he stated.

    Kissinger also related that he has been struck by how much the move toward a new global order has been enhanced by the recent crises.

    "The jihadist crisis is bringing it home to everybody, that international affairs cannot be conducted entirely by drawing borders and defining international politics by who crosses what borders with organized military force." he said.

    "This has now been reinforced by the financial crisis, which totally unexpectedly has spread around the world. It limits the resources that each country has for a foreign policy geared to an assertion of its own pure interests."

    Kissinger claimed that the key players in international politics, India, China, Russia, America, Europe, should recognize they have parallel concerns and work together to forge what he termed an "age of compatible interests".

    "Iím not saying that leaders will be up to all the opportunities that I may perceive but I think they can start moving in that direction and Iím actually fairly hopeful that we will be moving in that direction." Kissinger said.
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    Its like this bro,we got no hope.....Im a slave to money,the system has me by my balls, what the fuc can I do.

    Happy xmas muri!!

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    why is this significant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiGGaMaN View Post
    why is this significant?
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=07of0-eGcG0

    This is why.

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    A one world Government..umm wasn't that written in the bible 2000 years ago..great time to be alive.

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