"[The war in Iraq is] a rare opportunity
to move toward an historic period of cooperation.
Out of these troubled times...
a New World Order can emerge."
by:
George Herbert Walker Bush
(1924- ) 41st US President, CIA Director, CFR Director, Trilateralist, Yale Skull & Bones Society
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before Congress on September 11, 1990
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in a speech Bush entitled "Toward a New World Order"
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President Bush shows his true stripes thru his Infamous Quotes. The organizations that he belongs to and his words betray him as being a globalist. I'm afraid to think about his son George W. As the old saying goes: Like father, like son!
 -- Tom Ross, Boulder, CO     
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    Notice the date of the Quote. Somehow I don't think it's a coincidence.
     -- Tom Ross, Boulder, CO     
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    5 stars only due to the importance of the quote. Bush is admitting right here that his family is promoting a one world government. They discuss these policies not in D.C. but in Monte Rio, CA at the Bohemian Club in July. This is where they planned the attacks of 9/11 to help the push towards a new world order. They (Bush and Bush Jr.) also sacrifice a child in effigy to "Moloch," a giant stone owl. This ritual is called Cremation of Care. look it up, this organization is rooted to the occult and are the 'elite' of the new world order!!!!
     -- Allen , Cincinnati     
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    I think a little more credence should be given to the great number of new world order 'conspiracy' theories. From the looks of things, the NWO is moving along just as purportedly intended.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    "[The war in Iraq is] a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation." He's got THAT right. It has moved the US in a historic period of political cooperation, where everyone in the ruling class is now united in oppressing the people. Now the last natural step is to unite both liberals and conservatives in one giant party of cooperative exploitation.
     -- Franc     
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    Yes, I've seen this before. I wonder why if GHW Bush thinks that his son's war in Iraq is so wonderful He didn't continue with his...didn't He say that it would have been a mistake to bring the Kuwait/Iraq war into Saddam's territory? Didn't He say that we knew the devil we had and we don't know the devil we might get? Of course he did.
     -- A.Jurgensen, Stuart, FL     
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    The Bushes' world order is the same as Mussolini's and Hitler's. Corporate government and a third world for the people of all countries including the U.S.
     -- Dick, Fort Worth     
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    Heil, Bush!
     -- Logan, Memphis, TN     
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    Everyone seems to have it just right. Bohemian Grove is just up the road from Occidental in Monte Rio (biker haven - lol - check out "google earth'). I'm surprised it took so long for the term 'NWO' to be recognized as meaning 'Corporate Control of the planet'.
     -- Terry Berg, Occidental, CA     
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    I heard George speak those words on that day, and I knew there was something wrong, though at the time I did not understand what was happening to the extent that I do today. I support the war against terrorism, but realize that those directing it must be leashed.
     -- David L. Rosenthal, Hollywood     
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    It may be 'Like father, like son' with the exception that the father could read.
     -- Anonymous     
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    It wasn't about world government.
     -- William Ballintine, Fort Worth     
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     -- Anonymous      
    Don't be naive It's entirely about world government, and has been since the late 18th century. They are not random words, and they're underneath that freakin' one-eyed pyramid on your dollar bill for a reason. Believe it, when FEMA comes to chip your family.
     -- Anonymous     
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     -- curtis      
    The same old B.S. the Bushes have been saying for years! Is that why the Bush family has purchased land in Paraguay equal to half of the state of Texas?
     -- Anon, La La Land     
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    Bush and son degrade the USA into third world morass. Another 10 million third world immigrants and we'll have a new One World Order of misery equal for all. You can't import poverty and expect it to magically become first world, educated and cohesive. We're heading toward a balkanized, multicultural, linguistically fractured and dysfunctional society.
     -- Frosty, Denver, CO     
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     -- Anonymous, z      
    The new world order he spoke of is not the one we all have heard of. He was speaking of a new world order literally not some imaginary conspiracy kook term. He meant a world of order rather than chaos. A world full of freedom not tyranny. A very poor choice of words on his part but there was nothing sinister about it.
     -- warren, olathe     
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