On December 7, 1988, Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev, Chairman of the Communist Party of the Soviet Socialist Republics, gave his New World Order speech to the world from the podium at the United Nations. This was over a year before George H.W. Bush gave his New World Order – Rule of Law speech which was in 1990. The actual speech begins around 25 minutes into the video. Click on the image to bring up the video on C-Span to watch it.
The Color Revolutions and global discord are the result of the Global Competition of Ideas and Systems – Project Democracy that was agreed upon between Reagan and Gorbachev. The offer was extended by Reagan in 1982 and was accepted by Gorbachev in 1988. Between 1982 and 1989, Secretary of State George Shultz coached, educated and advised Mikhail Gorbachev as Gorbachev acknowledged towards the end of his speech.
The Global Competition
Mikhail Gorbachev’s speech was in response to a challenge issued by Ronald Reagan that he described in his 1982 Westminster Address. Reagan attributed the idea of a competition to Leonid Brezhnev.
The following are the major points from Reagan’s Westminster speech that was to the British Parliament but it was directed at the Soviet Union – Mikhail Gorbachev:
• Attribution of Suggestion of a Competition to BrezhnevReagan attributed the idea for a competition in furtherance of ending the Cold War to Communist Party Chairman Leonid Brezhnev. He said: “As for the Soviet view, Chairman Brezhnev repeatedly has stressed that the competition of ideas and systems must continue and that this is entirely consistent with relaxation of tensions and peace.”
On June 11, 1982, Reagan spoke in Berlin on the subject of the competition. He said:
“We in the West have made our choice. America and our allies welcome peaceful competition in ideas, in economics, and in all facets of human activity. We seek no advantage. We covet no territory. And we wish to force no ideology or way of life on others.”
• Proposal for a Crusade for Freedom – Global CampaignReagan said that military strength is a prerequisite to peace but the ultimate contest is a test of wills and ideas, a trial of spiritual resolve, the values we hold, the beliefs we cherish and the ideals to which we are dedicated. He noted the civilized ideas originating in Britain were individual liberty, representative government and the rule of law under God.
• Invitation to Consider How a Competition Could Be ConductedReagan issued an invitation to the Soviet Union to consider how a peaceful and reciprocal competition of ideas and values could be conducted. He offered Brezhnev an opportunity to speak to the American people if he (Reagan) would be allowed to speak to the Russian people. He also suggested panels of newsmen appear on each other’s television to discuss major events.
• Foster the Infrastructure of Democracy Worldwide
Reagan noted the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights – specifically as it pertains to free elections [Article 21] He said his objective with the proposed competition was “to foster the infrastructure of democracy, the system of a free press, unions, political parties, universities, which allows a people to choose their own way, to develop their own culture, to reconcile their own differences through peaceful means.”
The conference to be held in November that was mentioned by Reagan was announced by the White House on October 19, 1982.
President Reagan has invited President Luis Alberto Monge of Costa Rica to participate in the Conference on Free Elections to be held in Washington from November 4-6. The President has accepted President Reagan’s invitation.
President Reagan will host a luncheon at the White House during the event, which will be attended by other prominent government officials and political figures, scholars, commentators, analysts, and government officials from Australia, Botswana, Colombia, India, Jamaica, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Portugal, El Salvador, Spain, Sri Lanka, the United Kingdom, the United States, and other countries. The 3-day international meeting is being cosponsored by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the U.S. Department of State, in cooperation with the United States Information Agency and the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Secretary George Shultz will deliver the opening address on November 4 at the State Department. Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, will present a paper on elections and democracy at another session.
The conference is designed to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on the strengthening of the electoral processes and basic democratic institutions in many countries of the world. The discussions are expected to explore practical options for encouraging free elections and constitutional governments.
The conference is a direct result of the initiative launched by President Reagan on June 8 in London to promote the growth of democracy and peace. At that time, he declared “we must take actions to assist the campaign for democracy” and announced the November meeting.
• Democracy Development as a Government InitiativeReagan noted that since 1917 the Soviet Union has given covert political training and assistance to Marxist-Leninists in many countries. Of course, it also has promoted the use of violence and subversion by these same forces.
Over the past several decades, West European and other Social Democrats, Christian Democrats, and leaders have offered open assistance to fraternal, political, and social institutions to bring about peaceful and democratic progress.
Appropriately, for a vigorous new ––democracy, the Federal Republic of Germany’s political foundations have become a major force in this effort. Appropriately, for a vigorous new ––democracy, the Federal Republic of Germany’s political foundations have become a major force in this effort.
As a result of Reagan’s proposal, legislation was passed to establish the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
1984 GAO Report requested by Senator Malcolm Wallop
From 1984 to this day, the President of the National Endowment for Democracy has been Carl Gershwin. Carl Gershwin was Executive Director of the Social Democrats, USA from 1974 to 1980.
Article: The National Endowment for Democracy’s Forgotten Sordid History
Article: The Crusade of the Democratic Globalists
The Encyclopedia online says this about Social Democrats:
Social democracy, political ideology that originally advocated a peaceful evolutionary transition of society from capitalism to socialism using established political processes. In the second half of the 20th century, there emerged a more moderate version of the doctrine, which generally espoused state regulation, rather than state ownership, of the means of production and extensive social welfare programs. Based on 19th-century socialism and the tenets of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, social democracy shares common ideological roots with communism but eschews its militancy and totalitarianism. Social democracy was originally known as revisionism because it represented a change in basic Marxist doctrine, primarily in the former’s repudiation of the use of revolution to establish a socialist society.
The following are the major points from Gorbachev’s New World Order speech given in 1988. The last one – the COMPETITION is the war we are fighting for the heart and soul of our country today.
• Democratize the entire worldGorbachev believed the problem of mankind’s survival and self-preservation had come to the fore. He said we are witnessing profound social change. Hundreds of millions of people, new nations, new states and new public movements and ideologies have moved to the forefront of history. Turbulent popular movements have given expression in a multidimensional and contradictory way longing for independence, democracy and social justice.
• Recognition of a World EconomyA world economy has been created and it supersedes national economies. No state can development normally outside of the world economy. He said the scientific and technological revolution has turned many economic, food, energy, environmental, information and population problems are now global problems rather than national or regional problems.
• Need World Governing System for the World EconomyGorbachev said that they needed to design a “new machinery” by which he meant governing system for the functioning of the world economy and there needed to be a new international division of labor.
• Limits to GrowthFurther expansion of the industrial economy would be an environmental catastrophe but many undeveloped countries are still at the pre-industrial stage. A major problem will be the decision of how developing countries grow their economy – following the industrial model or leap-frogging development to the next stage of technology and the information age joining the search for environmentally clean technologies for production.
• Universal Human InterestsWorld progress is possible only through a search for universal human consensus as we move forward to “a new world order”. World politics should be guided by the primacy of universal human values. We have entered into an era when progress will be shaped by universal human interests. “The very concept of the nature and criteria of progress is changing”. There is a need for a fundamentally new type of industrial progress – one which would meet the interests and needs of all peoples and states.
• The International Community Must Lead Social DevelopmentGlobal problems require a new scope and quality of interaction of states and social-political currents regardless of ideological differences. The international community must learn how to shape and guide developments in such a way as to preserve civilization. By “cooperation” he means “co-creation” and “co-development”. Development at the expense of others and of nature is over.
• Use of Force Can No Longer Be An Instrument of Foreign PolicyGorbachev said he was reducing troops and tanks. He proposed disarmament to the level of adequacy for territorial defense and denuclearization.
• De-ideologicalization of the relations among states and a rivalry of ideologies among peoples.Gorbachev proposed internationalizing the dialogue and negotiating process. He mentioned the Helsinki Process – presumably expanding it to include other countries and regions such as India, China, Japan and Brazil. He proposed “an exchange of everything original each nation has independently created”. He also said that if states participate in the rivalry of ideologies, the world’s problems could never be solved. He proposed wide-spread, mutually beneficial and equitable cooperation among nations to make efficient use of the achievements of the scientific and technological revolution, restructuring the world economy, protecting the environment, overcoming backwardness, eliminating hunger, disease, illiteracy and other global scourges.
• Climate Change as a dual use term and the World Against the WestThe context in which Gorbachev used the term climate change referred to international relations among nations (i.e. end of the cold war and the warming of relations between nations) but then he immediately expanded it to include the all-encompassing definition of the world “environment” meaning the world and everything in it. He said the United Nations blends all of the interests of different states. “It is the only organization capable of merging into a single current their bilateral, regional and global efforts. New prospects are opening up for it in all areas that fall naturally under its responsibility in the political, military, scientific, technological, environmental and humanitarian areas.” Gorbachev then lists the economic designations of nation states as defined by the 1980 report of the Brandt Commission titled North-South: A Programme for Survival in which the developing countries were designated as being South – and the “wealthy” capitalist countries as North. Of course, West is also the capitalist countries and East are the Communist countries. Here is the list that Gorbachev gave: North-South, East-West, South-South, South-East and East-East. So what he is suggesting is the merger of political and military power of the communist and poor countries against the West. In other words, he was suggesting the world against the west. He then makes an economic offer to the developing countries of debt forgiveness and/or long-term extension of loans.
Gorbachev then brings in the United Nations activities as it pertains to environment. “International economic security is inconceivable unless related not only to disarmament but also to elimination of the threat to the world’s environment”. He mentions the United Nations environmental conference scheduled for 1992 in Rio (aka the Earth Summit). Then he proposes a United Nations center for “emergency environmental assistance”. Its function would be to promptly send international groups of experts to areas with badly deteriorating environment (in their opinion).
• Proposal for a World Space OrganizationGorbachev offered Soviet cooperation in establishing an international space laboratory – manned orbital station designed exclusively for monitoring the state of the environment under the management of a world space organization. He offered the Krasnoyarsk radar station as a contribution and had already put it under the authority of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The entire system would function under the auspices of the United Nations according to Gorbachev.
• Proposal for resolution of the Afghanistan warGorbachev proposed a cease-fire effective January 1, 1989. He proposed that the General Assembly of the United Nations would send a UN Peacekeeping Force to Kabul and other strategic centers. He said the Soviet Union was prepared to cooperate with the United Nations in “healing the wounds of war” in conjunction with the demilitarization of Afghanistan. He proposed a voluntary international Peace Corp to assist in the revival of Afghanistan. In the New York Times article on Gorbachev’s speech, they noted the leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasir Arafat as the organization that Gorbachev had in mind to lead that effort which is probably correct because the very next thing that Gorbachev talked about was a complaint that the U.S. would not allow Arafat into the United States to address the General Assembly.
• Subjugation of national law to international lawEffectively, Gorbachev was proposing a transfer of national sovereignty to the United Nations. He said, “the concept of comprehensive international security is based on the principles of the United Nations charter and is predicated on the binding nature of international law for all states. He said, “our ideal is a world community of states which are based on the rule of law and which subordinate their foreign policy activities to law.” He suggested that “the achievement of this goal would be facilitated by an agreement within the United Nations on the uniform understanding of the principles and norms of international law, their codification with due regard for new conditions and the development of legal norms for new areas of cooperation”.
“Democratizing international relations may not only [garble] and maximum degree of internationalization in the efforts of all members of the world community to solve problems.
It also means humanizing those relations. International ties would fully reflect the genuine interests of the peoples and effectively serve the cause of their common security only when the human being and his concerns, rights and feelings become the center of all things.” Then Gorbachev referenced the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted on December 10, 1948.
• Greater Participation in UN and CSCE (Helsinki Commission)Gorbachev said that he intended to expand the Soviet Union’s participation in the United Nations and the Conference of Security and Cooperation in Europe human rights monitoring arrangements. He said he believed that the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice at the Hague pertaining to the interpretation and implementation of agreements on human rights should be binding on all states. He said they were going to stop jamming all foreign radio broadcasts as called for in the Helsinki process.
• Democratic Reform of the Mechanisms of Political PowerGorbachev announced amendments to the Constitution and the adoption of a Law on Elections as the first stage in the process of political reform. He announced a new program of harmonizing interethnic relations on the principles of Leninist internationalism and reorganizing the local systems of Soviet power. He said “We have become deeply involved in building a socialist state based on the rule of law…. Soviet democracy will be placed on a solid normative base. In particular he was referring to freedom of conscience, glasnost, public associations and organizations. No more jailing people for political or religious beliefs.
Gorbachev announced radical economic reform. At the beginning of 1989, he said the national economy would be redirected to new forms and methods. He announced that they were reorganizing relations of production and releasing the tremendous potential inherent in social property. (Note: on May 4, 1992, George H.W. Bush signed Executive Order 12803 ordering the sell-off of U.S. infrastructure assets.)
• Transition from Arms Race to Defense SufficiencyHe announced troop and tank reductions. Withdrawal from East Germany, Czechoslovakia and Hungary.
While announcing the steps towards demilitarization, he talked about the problem of transition from a military economy to an economy of disarmament. That included the conversion of two or three defense plants to civilian, peaceful purpose and transitioning specialists from the military industries to civilian production.
He noted that the Soviet Union was shifting its focus away from military thinking towards domestic issues that are economic, environmental and humanistic in the broadest sense. It should be noted that this statement combined with the state above about greater participation in the CSCE meant that they would be pushing and pursuing the baskets of cooperation defined in the Helsinki Final Act.
Gorbachev said, “We in Moscow are happy that an ever increasing number of statesmen, political party and public figures and I want to emphasize this—scientists, cultural figures, representatives of mass movements and various churches and activists of so-called people’s diplomacy are ready to shoulder the burden of universal responsibility. In this regard, I believe that the idea of convening on a regular basis under the auspices of the United Nations an assembly of public organizations deserves attention.” See the 1990 Moscow Global Forum and the Earth Summit.
• Competition of ideas of different social, economic and political systemsGorbachev’s words were suggestive of the rivalry of systems – and a competition to resolve the differences. His exact words were: “Profound contradictions and the roots of many conflicts have not disappeared and their remains another fundamental fact which is that a peaceful period will be taking shape within the context of the existence and rivalry of different social and economic and political systems. However, the thrust of our international efforts and one of the key elements of the new thinking is that this rivalry should be given a quality of reasonable competition with due regard for freedom of choice and a balance of interests.”
Communism didn’t die, it metastasized. Gorbachev came to the U.S. to the Presidio in San Francisco to help design westernized and modernized communist systems here.
The USSA is a lot closer than people realize.
Yes it is. Honestly, I don’t believe we have an American government anymore. I think it’s run by the UN and contractors.
I think you have to go one rung higher to the Vatican. Reagan’s first port of call was to the Vatican, before Paris. There he had a fifty minute private audience with the Pope, Pope John Paul II, on June 7th, 1982. No recordings were made of the secretive discourse that went on.
It was resolved that Reagan was to break the USSR economically, while financing the Polish Solidarity movement so that they could maintain the pressure. An arms race, that the USSR could not afford, was a waste of money by Reagan due to his strong economy, ironically brought about by tax cuts, showing illicit tax just steals from the people and cripples spending power. The Polish Pope would influence the 90% Catholic, Polish people. It was realized that the USSR could be brought down beginning with the Polish rebellion, already going on. They were saved from Hitler, but not saved in the end.
The union of Catholic Church and State, unconstitutional, hand in hand, by mates the Pope and Reagan, was written about in Time Magazine in 1982 by Carl Bernstein as the feature article called “The Unholy Alliance”.
This was about creating a United Europe. One step to the NWO. The USSR was brought down diplomatically. Now its America’s turn. That is the irony of it all.
Collaboration with the Pope is a pact with the Devil.
I believe Gorbachev was part of this pact. He to the USSR then, is like the Congress is to America today. Internal traitors. The Pope wanted a United Europe from the Urals to the Atlantic. The demise of the USSR was in reality, the unification of Europe. Two birds hit with one stone.
America is not bludgeoned into acceptance of UN treaties, pacts, covenants and conventions, but the Congress eagerly signs and ratifies them of their own volition. This bringing of America under International law is an act of treason deposing America of its sovereignty. But as a Fascist Republic, is there really any sovereignty since 1776? Sovereignty pertains to monarchs.
It is time everyone understood that the overt leaders and kings of the nations are ‘Shades’ Isaiah 14:9 RSV, ruling in the shadow of a covert world king called the “wicked, sceptre of rulers” Isaiah 14:5 RSV, ultimately under Lucifer, aka Satan Isaiah 14:12 KJV, but really the Virgin Mary Isaiah 14:14 (The Assumption doctrine), identified as an organization headquartered in Rome as “This is the great city that reigns over the kings of the earth.” Revelation 17:18.
So the overt Congress, has a surreptitious, behind the scenes, unelected string pulling, unelected world king urging it to sign freely the voluntary UN legislation that undermines diplomatically and strategically, and treasonously the American nation, leaving the voters scratching their heads as to why. Well it happened to the USSR too. The American Congress was complicit there too.
And the Pope in Vatican is bringing back the Latin rule of law of the Roman Empire to the world.
Where Reagan and the Pope spoke of their love of universal democracy and abhorrence of totalitarian dictatorship – the word totalitarian encompasses all that is, therefore the NWO – the reality is the NWO will be exactly that, an undemocratic totalitarian dictatorship that will war on the disarmed, defenceless subjugated peoples, and shake the desolate earth with destruction creatively.
Here is your future New World Order depicted:
Isaiah 14:3-6. When the LORD has given you rest from your pain and turmoil and the hard service with which you were made to serve, you will take up this taunt against the king of Babylon:
How the oppressor has ceased, the insolent fury ceased ! The LORD has broken the staff of the wicked, the sceptre of rulers, that smote the peoples in wrath with unceasing blows, that ruled THE NATIONS in anger with unrelenting persecution.
Isaiah 14:16-17. “Is this the MAN who made the earth tremble, who shook kingdoms, who made the world like a desert [Agenda 21 propaganda] and overthrew its cities! who did not let his prisoners go home?’
Presently this MAN does not have armies (as agreed by Marx – the Pope has no legions), but he commands the world’s armies through their commanders-in-chief. That is when the word ‘Crusade’ comes to the fore. Reagan was part of this Crusade for Satan towards the NWO, that NWO then openly espoused by subsequent Presidents from George H. W. Bush onwards.
Are they idiots or traitors, or both? Given this can’t all be accidental, or errors in judgment, I say knowing traitors.
Protestants returning not to mother England, but to mother church.
Did separation of church and state ever really exist? I say yes, possibly under Lincoln and Kennedy. I won’t even mention what happened to them.
Thank you Peter. I completely missed the meeting with the Pope. I think Perestroika, the bringing down of the Berlin Wall, the August Coup – all of it was pre-arranged and just a show for the “little people”. Negotiations for integration of policy and systems of “governance” began in 1975 when Gerald Ford signed the Helsinki Final Act. We know that the U.S. started cooperating with the Soviets on education because of Charlotte Iserbyt’s documentation on it from 1985. I knew about NED’s involvement in Poland. Poland was the first “color revolution” although I don’t know if they were calling them by colors at that point. The connection with the Catholic Church connected with the revolution in Poland makes sense.
The Republican United Socialist States In America. That would be ‘the RUSSIA’.
Looks like the USSA aims to replace the USSR it imitated out of existence.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery – but I think it is downright plagiarism.
I’m glad you think so because first chance I get I’m going to borrow your very clever new acronym! It certainly fits.
It certainly spins a web of intrigue. It’s all yours. Spin it.
The world has spun round. It’s dizzying.
Kenny worth less
Humans are competing to control all things and everyone they can. Right now only 8 people are worth more money than the 3.5 billion poorest people. Amazon, just one of the oligopolies to rule the planet, with its god Jeff Bezos worth over $90 billion as he expands his empire by buying Whole Foods and building Amazon supercenters with promises to “create jobs” including their big new supercenter to hire 50,000. Over 100 major US cities begging them to come in and take over, even one promising to rename their city as “Amazon City”. These aspiring gods don’t care than they are destroying far more jobs than creating. They don’t care that all those jobs, many of them given to immigrants to promote growth, will soon become obsolete with technology. Camera phones (spy-phones) and store cameras will link together to make sure the worth-less human animals obey their masters. Watson the computer easily beat all the best Jeopardy contestants, and that is old school technology. Just wait to see what’s around the bend, and it won’t be with Charles Kuralt. The New World Order will soon be in the hands of Technology & Intelligent Software and humans will become obsolete obstacles.
New World Order (Megadeth) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9krNlysvHE
The Obsolete Man (Twilight Zone) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3quruHpcuo
Your face is the New World Order’s best friend! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3dwMwkZVIs
The larger question in my mind is this:
Is “convergence” the main threat (ie, a convergence strategy hatched by Kremlin strategists to somehow destroy the West without overtly going to war with us – a strategy that had ample evidence for its existence), or is outright military conquest the main threat (a strategy of which there is also ample evidence, vis a vis Jeff Nyquist, Peter Fry, et al)? Perhaps both strategies are in place, so if one doesn’t work, the other will.
First let me say that I’m a Systems Analyst not a Historian so I’ve done a lot of hop skipping through history in a kind of debugging mode.
I don’t think a military conquest was ever in the plan – at least after the U.S. joined in World War II. They didn’t need to wage military war on us. I would say they used the strategy of judo on us. “In the martial art of judo, a combatant uses the weight and strength of his opponent to his own advantage rather than opposing blow directly to blow.”
They played to greed on the business side and spirituality (religiosity including environmentalism) on the other.
Convergence regardless of the method is the threat because there can be no convergence – only subjugation. The system of government in the Soviet Union was based on Marxism. Our form of government was based on honor. Notice I said was. Honor in the dealings between government and the people, between people and business, between government and business and between people. We’ve lost that and are now circling the bowl into Marxism.
I do believe that the Berlin Wall coming down and the August Coup were planned and staged events to end to Cold War – and to unleash communism (Marxism) in the west. I can’t say with certainty that the people in this country who were in on this engineering were traitors – maybe they were just dreamers but I believe they were traitors.
I wasn’t familiar with either Jeff Nyquist or Peter Fry. I found Fry’s obituary. He was involved in Transport. My research has shown that the final run to the finish line for communism in this country came by way of the transportation sector. 1990 to be specific – and no accident with that year. That was the same year that German reunification occurred.
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