The New World Order unravelled – maybe

I said yesterday
in my Blog that now it all made sense. 
Well here’s my take on how it could all fit together, the cause, the
reasoning and the likely effects. 

I may be
completely totally wrong, but I think that my explanation is probably more
watertight than the police report on the 7/7 bombings. If I am wrong on either
count, then I will apologise unreservedly at the appropriate time.

I try wherever possible not to look at populist views because they are populist views, but for objectivity where I can find it.

What we are
seeing today, at both a political and a military level in the
US, the UK and across Europe is our politicians taking decisions that
will affect the globe forever.  They have
decided that this course of action is too big and too important to discuss with
us, the voters, and anyway, it would tell everyone else what they were up to. 

It comes down to 4
things.

Peak Oil

Petro Dollars
against Euro's

Food production

Economics

 

“Peak
Oil” – the point at which half of global oil production has been consumed,
and beyond which extraction goes into irreversible decline, and prices rise
accordingly.

The US reached its peak oil point in 1976, the UK in 2002, most other industrialised oil
producers have already reached their peak oil point.  They are therefore now net importers of oil. 

 

Petro Dollars.

Since the Sheik Yamane
oil crisis in the 60’s, all oil has been bought and sold in Dollars. 

This means that
the
US govt can keep increasing its money supply,
increasing its credit around the world, keep spending dollars on its military
and overseas adventures knowing that the mighty dollar is backed up by oil.

However, in the
last 10-15 years a few oil producing countries have begun to sell in Euros
rather than Dollars.  This has had an
impact on the
US economy, as its international black credit
card has began to dry up. It’s a situation it cannot let continue, the
US deficit is just too big.


Food Production

Most food in the
western world is mass produced. In order to sustain the level of production
required to feed its populations more and more fertilisers, pesticides,
packaging and transportation are required and used. They all use Oil or oil
derivatives. 

Future oil price
rises will have a massive impact on food production. World grain stocks are already
at their lowest level in 34 years. In
China, the most populous nation on earth, the
grain harvest fell by 9% between 1998 and 2005, with the country now an
ever-larger presence in global food markets as a result, adding yet more strain.

The US has tried to counter this with massive
investments in the world of GM food production, but has hit resistance from around
the world in its production, and organic farming has little impact on the
market overall. 

The increased
demands for oil for food
production
puts further pressure on the predicted dates for Oil Peak on
those oil producers that have not yet reached that point, and current thinking
is that globally there will be a convergence of supply vs demand in 2020.  Beyond that point the needs of the importers
outstrips the capacity to supply.

The increased
popularity in Bio Fuel also increases the demand to grow more food, and in its
turn adds further pressure on the need for oil. 

Escalating food
prices in this context are likely to lead to political instability on a global
scale, as more people chase fewer food resources.  The
UK dependence on imported food in recent
decades has been phenomenal: half of all vegetables and 95% of all fruit
consumed in the
UK now come from overseas.
 

Economics.

I will come on
the economics later in the blog.


I spoke last week
of a conspiracy to strip the
UK population of its rights, the same is
happening in the
US, and somewhat more quietly across Europe.  I
also wrote yesterday
how using the information above as outlined in yesterday’s attached video, all
the measures being put in place by the US and UK governments now make sense. 

So lets take it a
step further.  Lets add in the current
conflicts that we are involved in, the military activities going on in
Afghanistan and Iraq, and the build up to them.

What we have seen
is potentially one of the biggest conspiracies the world has ever seen, but at
least now I think I understand why. That is to say that I am not condoning, but
understand. 

Our governments
are faced with choices about our near future, and possibly see this as a better
option than fighting unrest at home as oil, food, power, heat and light become
so expensive and scarce.

For a government
to contemplate killing 3000 of its own people in order to promote a political
ideal is not unheard of, but we would have hoped for better from our own
leaders, the ones who tell us that we live in free and democratic lands, but
not unheard of.

So think for a
moment, that perhaps the attack on the twin towers was ‘arranged’ by the US
government, and there is lots of evidence appearing to suggest that this was
the case, followed shortly afterwards by the invasion of Afghanistan.  This had a popular following, but evidence is
also there that says that 9/11 was the work of a small but well funded group, funded
by Saudi Arabia on behalf of the US government, not a global terror network. 

It could be that Al-Qaeda is a
figment of the fertile imagination of the Whitehouse, and has been promoted vigorously
to justify not just the invasion of
Afghanistan, but also to set in train the mountain of
legislation across the western world for anti-terror activities. 

It has long been
known that
Afghanistan has been used as a training ground for
terror groups, but they have always been small, and their only ambition was to
fight their own governments in
Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and the like.  They were not joined up groups and had
neither the will or the ambition to fight with the west.  But in order to promote the big lie, it was
easy to suggest that they were, and to use the
Northern Alliance in Afghanistan to go hunt them down.

Historically when
invaded, Afghans fight back, the Russians knew that, but the propaganda machine
tells us that these are not Afghans fighting for their own land, they are part
of Al-Qaeda, and so perpetuating the need for our presence.  The readily available and detailed knowledge
needed to distinguish between the two is just not present in western general
knowledge, so the propaganda machine puts out what we think we want to hear. 

Britain on the
other hand having bought into the bigger plan, now needed to scare its own
population into compliance, so, were the 7/7 London bombings arranged?. There
is enough evidence around on the internet now to suggest that it was. The
effects were to generate anti Muslim feeling, legislation and to justify
sending our troops into battle, so if we are to follow this theory through it
would make sense. The 4 lads accused of making it happen were perhaps just in
the wrong place at the wrong time. Its not beyond the capability of our
security services to fabricate someone’s involvement, the NI police ombudsmen
proved that.


Part 2 of the
plan, was to secure the oil fields in
Iraq, because at the end of the day this is
what all of this is about, securing the oil producing facilities that will
guarantee the supply to the western world over the next decade.    

As I said
earlier, our governments see this as a better option than fighting unrest at
home as oil, food, power, heat and light become expensive and scarce.

So, generate
enough fictional proof to launch a war against
Iraq. 
Launch an invasion. 

Why people keep
asking was there no exit strategy? The answer is, there isn’t one because were
not leaving. In fact, the Americans are building no less than 15 permanent
bases in
Iraq now.

The Oil, now
secured for western use, needs to be allocated, and we saw this happen under
long term contracts offered to US and
UK oil companies only 2 weeks ago. 

 

So what’s next?.

First on the
agenda, as we are all aware of by the build up of rhetoric is
Iran

Again the
propaganda machine is at work,
Iran wants to wipe out Israel, Iran wants nuclear power, Iran is funding terrorism.

America has been
funding and training anti Iranian groups within Iraq as outlined by the Iran Policy Committee which is run by
Dick Cheney and made up of former White House, State Department, Pentagon and
CIA officials, and the separate Iran
Syria Operations Group
that was established to plot a more aggressive
democracy promotion strategy for those two “rogue” states. Funding is $75m that
Condoleezza Rice requested from Congress last year, plus some $10m already in
the budget.. 

US officials said British input was
important because of the Bush administration’s lack of experts on
Iran, the legacy of 25 years of frozen
diplomatic relations.
 

Israel will attack Iran first, under the guise of protecting
itself from a nuclear
Iran. 

Following Israel’s attack, US, UK and Nato troops and airpower will attack
from
Iraq on the western side, Afghanistan on the eastern side, by allied warships
and aircraft from the Gulf in the south, and from
US bases established in Turkmenistan to the north.  We have already seen the build up, a new
carrier group in the gulf, 22,000 more troops in
Iraq, and a further 20,000 on the way to Afghanistan

Simultaneous
attacks from all sides will ensure than
Iran is overwhelmed at a speed that will not
allow the Iranians to fully retaliate, and will secure the oil installations
with the minimum of damage.

There is the
possibility that during this process or shortly thereafter,
Pakistan will have second thoughts about
supporting what is no longer a war on terror, or its people will revolt and
overthrow the government in
Islamabad.  

One of the
reasons that the British government have been carefully fostering the business,
economic and military relationship with India over the past 6 years, coupled
with Gordon Browns visit there 2 weeks ago, is to ensure India will be a
counter balance to Pakistan in the event of them faltering. Only one of the pressure
points could be that there are over half a million Indians working in the
UK on work permits.

At this point, Saudi Arabia will guarantee its oil to the west, in
return for being left alone amongst the Arab states to continue as it is. Its
first move in getting closer ties is the appointment as ambassador to the US of
Adel al-Jubeir, a
US educated aide to King Abdullah, who will
replace Prince Turki al-Faisal  It is
thought that Prince Turki will return to his old job of Intelligence chief.

It may even take
the opportunity to settle some old scores and find itself amongst the invaders,
with many of the gulf states in its gaze, and in particular Kuwait.

It may even find
time to deal with
Yemen, long a thorn in its side, whilst Oman which is virtually a British protectorate
should survive. 

Turkey, which has been very bellicose this past
week, may find that this is the right time to deal with the Kurdish problem and
invade northern
Iraq, whilst guaranteeing the oil in the north
Iraqi province to the west in return for EU membership, whilst
Syria would be dealt with by Israel and Turkey.  Jordan could possibly become the capital of a
federation of newly pro-westernised Arab states.

 

How would Russia and China react to all this turmoil. A possible
deal may already been done with these two giants. 

China is experiencing a massive growth rate of
30-40 pct, which is fuelled by oil. 
China’s own needs are greater than its own oil
fields, but it has had its eye on the fields in the
South China Sea for some time, and those of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and the Philippines

Has China been told that the west would look the
other way if it felt the need to ‘expand’, and deal with
North Korea at the same time.  Would the west sacrifice South Korea or Taiwan as part of that deal, a huge drain to the US on its
existing military resources.

Then there is Japan. Japan has recently upgraded its defence force
to full military status, and would I feel align itself to the
US and the west. Japan is also a net importer of oil, and every
other raw material it uses, so it would need the good offices of the west to
ensure its own survival. 

Russia on the
other hand, is a net producer of oil, but has always had hegemonistic views,
and since the break up of the soviet union has wanted most of it back under its
control, the recent Gas problems with its neighbours have shown how much it wants to control events, and again the
west would probably look the other way. 

The only fly in
the ointment would be
Azerbaijan, the historical home of the Rockefellers Standard Oil Company, which was forced to
split in 1911 under the Sherman Antitrust Act.

Rockefeller just
bought a share of the new companies and carried on. The split off  companies are now
known as Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, Chevron, Amoco, Atlantic Richfield,
Marathon and BP North America, and these oilfields
I think the Americans would just love to have back.

There you have
it. The Military bloc’s pretty much as predicted by George Orwell have just been formed. 

It would probably
be an opportune moment in the eyes of the Spanish, French and Italians at this
juncture to try their own bit of luck, and launch invasions of north Africa, in
particular the oil rich states of
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Chad and also Egypt to secure the Suez canal, if Israel hasn’t already done so.

 

Now we look at
the Economics

In order for this
to work, the entire way in which we do business would have to change, and
change dramatically. 

For months now I
have heard Gordon Brown banging on about the New World Order, but there has
never been a cohesive explanation as to what that is. 

Over the past 2
years, I believe that the process for New World Order has already been defined at the
economic level. Firstly at the G8 conference in
Gleneagles, by Brown in Bangalore, and more recently at The World Economic Forum in Davos where the
final business contracts were agreed, and this will be played out at the WTO
talks over the next few months.

The 3 new blocs
will decide on how to view the remaining worlds resources, those of
Africa and South America. The raw commodities that we all need, Iron, Copper,
Coffee etc.

They will be
discussing how they will be trading those commodities and finished product,
and how the worlds currencies can be cut down to 4. The Dollar, the Euro, The Rouble and the Yuan. All trade with the 3rd world will be using one of the 4, there will be no need for any other currencies. 

A New World
Order. Politically, Militarily and Economically. The primary industrial and technology players are already so close to
governments that the transition will be a lot smoother than imagined, and it
will be the large multinational companies that will take the lead. Microsoft
for instance can virtually shut down any country that doesn’t want to play. In
Britain we have seen how the secretive Smith
Institute is so close to Gordon Brown that it is beginning to draw a lot of
attention and enquiry.

 

How will this
affect us?.  It is hard to know how much change
will we see at home, how it will affect our jobs, our wages, our shopping
habits, our freedoms. But change it will, and we have already seen the start to
those changes with ID cards, databases, draconian laws, lost rights and
government secrecy. 

Why all the draconian legislation? Any government that is planning such radical changes must as part of its thinking believe that there is likely to be a huge backlash at home, primarily from the communities of the affected nations and faiths, but also from the die-hard anti war protesters and liberal thinkers, and put measures and control mechanisms in place to deal with that should it arise.  I think there’s more to
come, so hang on tight. 

All this, in the
name of Oil and the mighty Dollar?.   Maybe, you decide.

 

 


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About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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