“World Peace Through World Trade” – CANCELED! 

Even the Wall Street Journal now concedes defeat – admits globalism is dead

Alas, “perpetual war for perpetual commerce” – the real motto of the NWO as we noted in 1993 – is unfortunately still valid. “First you build them up, then you knock them down.”

Yesterday’s edition of the Wall Street Journal read like an epitaph to the New World Order. Since this was done through charts with just some footnotes, it was a short and effective way to pronounce that a 32-year global experiment is finally DEAD (see https://www.wsj.com/story/the-messy-unwinding-of-the-new-world-order-b43d7e45).

Alas, the Truth in Media had written such an epitaph 23 years ago when this writer stitched together his proposed flag of the New World Order. Here’s are the lead paragraphs of that article.

New World Order Flag (Nov 21, 1999) – a Truth in Media editorial which explained the origins and the nature of the New World Order

“Most people have heard something about a New World Order. Some have even read tomes about it. But few people that I have met can explain succinctly what it is. As a writer, analyst of global geopolitical affairs, political commentator, and public speaker I often come across people who use the term the “New World Order” but are at a loss to explain what it is. If asked to do so, they tend to stutter, “it’s… um… you know… ah… isn’t it something that started well but turned out badly?”

Well, sort of. Kind of like Hitler’s Third Reich. It also promised to deliver a New World Order. Literally. If in doubt, just check out some of the Nazi era posters around Belgrade (1941). And Hitler’s NWO also started well – for the downtrodden German people, starving and humiliated by victorious and arrogant WW I allies. But it ended badly, both for the German people and for millions of others around the world.

The Bolsheviks also tried to build their version of a “new world order,” marketed globally as Communist International, and using slogans such as, “workers of the world unite.”

But the quest for “new world orders” dates much further back than Hitler, Lenin or Stalin. In fact, it goes as far back as one man’s ambition to rule another man’s life. Nicolo Machiavelli, for example, wrote in “Prince” (1513): “There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage, than a creation of a new order of things.”

But since power-hungry, would-be rulers of the world – from Genghis Khan, to Attila the Hun, to Napoleon, to… rarely pay attention to the words of the wise, or bother to learn from history, they tend to repeat it. Usually at their own peril. Which is why every variation of a “new world order” tends to crumble eventually, invariably ending up in the dustbin of history.

The New World Order (NWO) of the 1990s, therefore, is nothing more than the latest marketing mask which uses positive words to cover up evil designs of the western NWO architects. 
The words, “New World Order,” were first uttered in the contemporary context by the American president George Bush in 1990, when he exulted over the West’s supposed victory in the Cold War with the Soviet Union. His words offered hope (“new”) for a better life (“world”) ahead; one which would be based on (law and) “order,” rather than on raw exercise of power, which the Kremlin’s “East Side Gang” used in its spheres of influence and control.

Instead, the latest edition of the NWO delivered same old “gun diplomacy” which the Soviets used, only using bigger guns and more diplomacy to mask the West Side Gang’s grab for power. Like the Kremlin-based Soviet East Side Gang, the Wall Street-driven West Side Gang of globalist marauders, markets itself under the slogan, “world trade through world peace.” Which is a cover for its real motto – “perpetual commerce through perpetual war.”

To read more, click on… New World Order Flag (Nov 21, 1999)


Prior to that editorial Truth in Media and Annex Research had been publishing annual updates on the progress of “globalism” through a series of reports which analyzed the UNCTAD (a UN agency) statistics of investment flows in and out of each member-country. 

Our conclusion had been, year-after-year, that despite all the rhetoric by various US presidents and other officials about a “partnership for peace,” Russia continued to be the “Bogey No. 1” of the New World Order. 

While the West poured hundreds of billions of dollars into China, as a sort of blood money reward for the Tiananmen Square massacre of pro-democracy demonstrators (June 4, 1989), the western investors virtually ignored Russia. Except for what they were able to grab and take out of Russia (over $100 billion by 1997, according to the late Vladimir Zhirinovsky).

Such a plunder of Russian resources continued until Putin took over from Yeltsin on Jan 1, 2000. The new millennium spelled the beginning of the end of America’s New World Order. Now, its demise is obvious for all to see. Even the Wall Street Journal. Just the American presidents and their minions in the UK and the EU still seem blinded by their former, now eroding power.

“World Peace Through World Trade?” – CANCELED! 

But “perpetual war for perpetual commerce” – the real motto of the NWO as we noted in 1993 – is unfortunately still valid. “First you build them up, then you knock them down.”

As we also noted in the 1990s:

“Do you know the difference between mechanical and civil engineers?”

“Mechanical engineers build the weapons. Civil engineers build the targets.” 🙂

Either way, the “death merchants” win.


“Brazil Central Bank’s Revolving Door”

http://www.truthinmedia.org › Bulletins99 › tim99-2-1

… the United Nations UNCTAD agency hailed Latin America because it “now tops developing regions (in inflow of capital)… due to economic stability, …

“Two Faces of Globalism: Of Yin and Yang; Princes and Paupers”

http://www.truthinmedia.org › Bulletins › tim98-12-6

Our analysis of the 1998 United Nation’s UNCTAD report showed that warning signs were present in the global economy even in the boom year 1996, …


http://www.truthinmedia.org › chronicles-mar98-wall_street_financial_terrorism

… and expansion (1990-1996), the Asia/Pacific region attracted about $375 billion in foreign investments, according to UNCTAD, a United Nations agency.

“Russia Is Still the Bogey No. 1”- a book review – TiM GW Bulletin 97 …

http://www.truthinmedia.org › Bulletins

Dec 13, 1997  During the 1990s, according to UNCTAD, Russia received a grand total of $2.7 billion of foreign investments. China got $118 billion!

“Two Faces of Globalism; Yin and Yang; Princes and Paupers”


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins › global

Our analysis of the 1998 United Nation’s UNCTAD report showed that warning signs were present in the global economy even in the boom year 1996, …

Analysis of UNCTAD’s report on global investments (Dec 8, 2006)


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2006

Just as significantly, it was balanced growth. All the world’s major regions, and most countries (126 of 200 economies covered by the United Nation’s UNCTAD …

Analysis of Top 100 multinational’s global investments (Mar 8, 2002)


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2002

And we do it at least once a year on a global scale, by analyzing investments of top multinational companies, based on the basic data provided by UNCTAD …

An Analysis of Global Investments 2003 (Jan 26, 2004)


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2004 › B03_UN

… from the latest United Nations report on global investments, produced by its Geneva-based UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development).

Globalization “Pandemic” Spreading… – Bob Djurdjevic


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2007

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Oct 30, 2007  (UNCTAD). This is just a notch below the all-time peak reached in 2000 ($1.4 trillion), after which the dot-com collapse and 9/11 cut the …

Analysis of WEF’s report on global investments (Sep 30, 2005)


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2005 › N29_Drang_WEF

Sep 30, 2005  As you can see from the above chart, derived from the raw UNCTAD 2004 data (a United Nations global investments report), Russia and other …

Annex Research analysis of global investments (Oct25, 2004)


http://www.djurdjevic.com › Bulletins2004 › B23_UN_2004

Oct 25, 2004  Yet is has attracted more foreign capital than China, and much more than the entire United States of America, according to the UNCTAD report …






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