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Elder Bush: Reagan Helped Push For New World Order
Portland Press Herald | June 6 2004

"Some of the liberals in New York were wringing their hands and going crazy," Bush said. "And sure enough, a lot happened on his watch that was very, very positive towards a new world order, toward a peace."
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Chirac to back "globalisation tax" talks

French President Jacques Chirac will urge world leaders to launch talks on a new international tax to fight world poverty, sources with him at the Earth Summit in Johannesburg say.
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Americans Debating the Word `Empire'

The word "empire" is being used more often these days to describe America's global role. With Saddam Hussein out of the way, President Bush wants to transform not only Iraq but neighboring countries as well.
Blair calls for New World Order in speech

This has been understood, at least inchoately, ever since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Then the call was for a new world order. But a new order presumes a new consensus. It presumes a shared agenda and a global partnership to do it.
Blair is out to destroy UK

Delivering the Ian Gow Memorial Lecture at the Palace of Westminster, he said the PM is seeking a new world order to merge from the destruction of nationalism and patriotic identity.
Blair urges US, Europe to forge 'one polar power'

Europe and the United States should work as "one polar power" to tackle the world's problems rather then bickering as they did over Iraq, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said in an interview published today.
Neocons dance a Strauss waltz

Is United States foreign policy being run by followers of an obscure German Jewish political philosopher whose views were elitist, amoral and hostile to democratic government? Suddenly, political Washington is abuzz about Leo Strauss, who arrived in the US in 1938 and taught at several major universities before his death in 1973.
Neoconservatives push for a new world order

For seven long years, Bill Kristol agitated for a U.S. coup against Saddam Hussein, and argued that America should remake the world to serve its own interests. Few bothered to listen at the time. So how does he feel now?
President Bush pushes for US-Middle East free trade zone

President George W Bush has called for creating a US-Middle East free trade area in ten years, saying the ambitious venture would help end the Arab-Israeli conflict and curb terrorism.
Queen warned butler of shadows

The former royal butler Paul Burrell has revealed that the Queen warned him that his close relationship with Princess Diana had put him in danger from shadowy "powers".
Top military official predicts EU merge with NATO

The European pillar in NATO and European security and defence policy (ESDP) will be merged, according to Gustav Hägglund, chairman of the Military Committee of the European Union.
Trotsky's ghost wandering the White House

The distance between the Russia of 1917 and the Washington of 2003 is so great that many question whether Trotsky and Shachtman have really left a legacy for the Bush administration. For Christopher Phelps, the circuitous route from Trotsky to Bush is "more a matter of rupture and abandonment of the left than continuity."
Ushering in the One-World Religion

A one world government and a one world religion — it may just sound like fiction from the popular "Left Behind" novel series. But some Christians say this scenario may be closer than most people think.
A Chronological History of the New World Order

The term "New World Order" has been used thousands of times in this century by proponents in high places of federalized world government. Some of those involved in this collaboration to achieve world order have been Jewish. The preponderance are not, so it most definitely is not a Jewish agenda.

A chronological breakdown of the groups and events that artificially pushed and continue to push the world into an ensnaring trap of Globalism.
Hail Bush: A new Roman empire

They came, they saw, they conquered. Now the United States dominates the world. With the rise of the New Age Roman empire, Jonathan Freedland asks how long before the fall?
Nations Seek World Order Centered on U.N., Not U.S.

Monday's meeting did more than reaffirm an attachment to the United Nations. The European leaders also warned Iraq to disarm and allowed that force might be used, though only as a "last resort." But the most common refrain was the collective expression of trust in a world order governed by the Security Council.
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Neo-Con Agenda
Blair's new world order blocked

Tony Blair's plans for a new world order in which advanced nations would take armed action to remove brutal or failed regimes were blocked yesterday by fellow centre-Left leaders.
Howard push for Pacific union

The Howard Government has proposed a radical plan for Pacific nations to adopt the Australian dollar, amalgamate key services and set up a regional unit to fight transnational crime and terrorism.
US push for global police force

The United States would train and lead an international police force, bypassing traditional peacekeeping bodies such as the United Nations and NATO, under a proposal by the Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld.
Vatican Proposes World Alliance for Integral Development

The Vatican proposed to the international community an alliance in favor of integral development, based on the responsibility of the haves to the have-nots.
China's Top Legislator Calls for Establishment of New World Order

China's top legislator Wu Bangguo said Monday in Manila that to achieve universal and lasting peace and development in Asia is a historic mission of all Asian parliaments and governments.
African Leader Calls For 'New World Order' at UN Meeting

Qatar's First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister H H Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabor Al Thani stressed the urgency of establishing a new world order leading to an equitable distribution of wealth, nationally and internationally.
Russia, EU can direct formation of new world order - Putin

Only by acting together can Russia and the enlarging European Union direct the process of the formation of a new world order, common values and interests, he said.
Pope calls for new world order
The Age - 01/01/04
Euro’s ‘Father’ Calls for Global Currency
EU Observer - 05/01/04