Years ago, a young marine gave me [Priscilla Van Sutphin] this article he ran across in a survival magazine. I have a copy, but thought to type it up as it’s looking pretty tattered. Interesting read to see the progression of things.

Globalism, Humanism and Money:
The New World Order

by Scott Stoddard

American Survival Guide, June 1992

“There is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” Woodrow Wilson

We virtually had front row seats when the Berlin Wall came tumbling down, when Romania disposed of their dictator Ceausescu, and when laser-guided smart bombs flew down the air vents of Iraqi command and communication centres in Baghdad. Shortly after the Gulf War in early 1991 we had uninterrupted satellite coverage of the “August surprise” – the failed “coup” showing Soviet tanks rolling down the streets of Moscow and the charismatic Russian president, Boris Yeltsin, the symbol of democratic reform, defending the parliament building against the tanks.

Those recent events appear to be unprecedented advances towards freedom. With the collapse of communism, and Mikhail Gorbachev out of a job, many would have us believe that we are heading toward a “safer, gentler” world.

The Gulf War, whether it was the perfectly orchestrated set up, or some bizarre mix-up in signals causing Saddam Hussein to believe he had a green light, either way the invasion of Kuwait was the perfect excuse for the US President George Bush to test his international dream.

In a televised address to Congress on September 11th, 1990 Bush made these observations:

“A new partnership of nations has begun. We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment. The crisis in the Persian Gulf as grave as it is, also offers a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these trouble times, our fifth objective – a new world order – can emerge; a new era , freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit of justice, and more secure in the quest for peace. An era in which the nations of the world, east and west, north and south, can prosper in harmony.

“A hundred generations have searched for this elusive path to peace while a thousand wars raged across the span of human endeavour. Today that new world is struggling to be born. A world quite different from the one we’ve known. A world in which the rule of law supplants the rule of the jungle”.

He later added, “When we successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this new world order, an order in which incredible United Nations can use it’s peace-keeping role to fulfill the promise, and vision of the United Nations founders.”

Operation Desert Storm, with it’s devastating air campaign, overshadowed the president’s State of the Union address given January 29, 1991. However, during his speech he explained the real purpose of the war,

“What is at stake is more than one small country, it is a big idea – a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind; peace and security, freedom and the rule of law. Such is a world worthy of our children’s future (emphasis added).”

Where did George Bush get this big idea: and what really is the new world order? With an almost faddish appeal “global speak” has been trumpeted around the white house, the State Department, the Council on Foreign relations, the Trilateral Commission, tax exempt foundations, non profit organizations for the environment, New Age religions, the media, and government funded think tanks.

For the most part these groups agree that there must be a new world order. This order would eliminate national sovereignty and put in its place a world government, a world police force, world courts, world banking and currency and a world elite in charge of it all. Some believe that there must be a complete redistribution of wealth, others say that there must be the deaths of two or three billion people in the Third world by the end of the decade. And still others say that Christianity will have to go.

In an article in the Summer 1991 edition of SCP Journal, Tal Brooke quotes Brock Chisholm, director of the United Nations World Health Organization, “To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.”

A quote from the cover story of the June 28, 1991 issue of the The Economist ( A Rothschild publication) entitled, “The World Order Changeth”, is very revealing; “There should, however, be no illusion that a global police force run by a global democracy is feasible. Those who have carried the winning ideas to the top of the mountain, and now wish to spread them, will not allow this process to be vetoed by the semi converted or by plain toughs….

“ And if it sounds painless, it is not. The mountaintop is thick with those who would rather not see trade that is liberal, aid that is too principled or arms control that is too self denying. And America needs to remember that a willingness to involve others is not enough to make a collective world order work. There must also be readiness to submit to it. If America really wants such an order, it will have to be ready to take it’s complaints to the GATT, finance the multilateral aid agencies, submit itself to the International Court, bow to some system to monitor arms exports, and make a habit of consulting the U.N.”

Not only do the one-worlders want to phase out “old-fashioned” nationalism, they stand for the elimination of private property, the elimination of traditional Judeo-Christian religions, and a world government controlled by an elite made up of those considered to be “superior.” Their religion called humanism, has had its philosophy injected into the schools, the mass media, and most of the government establishment.


Have you ever wondered where the leading officials of the Trilateral Commission, the White House, The Ford Foundation, the Rockefellar Foundation, the Exxon Corp., the Brookings Institute, the New York Times, the Observer, the IBM Corp, the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the Xerox Corp., City Bank, The UN University, the World Bank, the Council on Foreign Relations, the University of Chicago, University of Rome, Coca Cola Corp, Chase Manhattan Bank, Citicorp, and many, many others go for advanced seminars in global ideology and humanistic studies ? The answer is ASPEN, Colorado.

Aspen is not just a mountain retreat famous for its majestic mountains and exhilarating skiing, it’s the home of the Aspen Institute (formerly the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies). Here the world’s elite gather to consider the problems of governance and to set forth possible plans for the world. Although they have dropped “humanistic studies” from their name, humanism is still at the core of their beliefs.

If you’ve ever wondered what exactly humanism believe in, the following 10 items should enlighten you:

  1. Humanism believes in a naturalistic metaphysics and considers all forms of the supernatural a myth.
  2. Humanism believes that man is an evolutionary creature with no conscious survival after death.
  3. Humanism has the ultimate faith in man and believes that human beings possess the power or potentiality of solving their own problems.
  4. Humanism is an opposition to all theories of universal determinism or predestination of human beings; men are masters of their own destiny.
  5. Humanism believes in an ethics of all human values, and holds as its highest goal – happiness in this world.
  6. Humanism believes that individuals attain the good life by harmoniously combining personal satisfaction with self development but always putting the welfare of the community above that of the individual.
  7. Humanism believes in the widest possible development of the arts without any restrictions whatsoever.
  8. Humanism believes in a complete social implementation of reason and scientific method with full freedom of expression.
  9. Humanism believes in a far reaching social program for the poor and underprivileged – worldwide.
  10. Humanism believes in an unending questioning of all basic assumptions and convictions.

When you understand the basic convictions of humanism you can see why the one-worlders would have no qualms over the deaths of billions in the third world – it’s for the good of the whole.

Robert McNamara, former World Bank President, gave a speech December 10, 1991 at an annual UN Population Fund event where the proposed a multibillion dollar global birth control program. Warning that the world’s population could triple in 100 years and wipe out the 20th century’s social advances, McNamara noted that many biologists are now saying that there is a limit to how many people the earth can sustain, though no one knows yet what the upper limit is.

This doom and gloom message has been a favourite of the world order promoters. The Global 2000 Report commissioned by President Jimmy Carter, predicted that population growth would exceed the earth’s ability to feed its inhabitants by the year 2000. “…the quantity of food available to the poorest groups of people will simply be insufficient to permit children to reach normal body weight and intelligence and to permit normal activity and good health in adults.”


One of the most disturbing revelations of the elitist, globalist thinking is the Report from Iron Mountain. In early 1961, several advisors to President Kennedy such as Robert McNamara [Secretary of Defense], McGeorge Bundy (assistant to the president), and Dean Rusk (Secretary of State), suggested that a special task force study:

  1. The possibility of a permanent peace, and
  2. Whether a permanent peace is desirable.

A panel of 15 men met at Iron Mountain, a special nuclear bomb shelter where government agencies and scores of essential military corporations had emergency headquarters. Some of these corporations included Standard Oil, Manufacturers Hanover Trust, and Shell Oil Company.

The 15 men, ranging in occupations from anthropologist, astronomer, chemist, biochemist, psychiatrist, physicist, systems analyst, to war planner and industrialist – met for three years at least once a month. Their final report was submitted on Sept 30, 1966. All members wanted to keep the report secret except one. This particular individual contacted Leonard C Lewin of Dial Press and offered to “leak” the report to him in order to have it published.

Harvard professor John Kenneth Galbraith summarized the contents of het report in a review in the Washington Post:

  1. War provides the only dependable system “for stabilizing and controlling” national economics.
  2. War is the basis for giving the necessary authority to the government to insure political stability.
  3. War is indispensable sociologically for the purpose of controlling “dangerous social dissidence and destructive anti-social tendencies”.
  4. War serves an indispensable Malthusian function of reducing the population at regular intervals.
  5. War is the primary motivational force for scientific technological progress!

Although the purpose of the Iron Mountain task force was to study the possibility of a permanent peace, it’s interesting that they came to the conclusion that war is the best option for maintaining government control. Their substitutes for war included: massive spending on space programs; an omnipresent, virtually omnipotent international police force; massive global environmental pollution; a modern sophisticated form of SLAVERY; new religions or other mythologies, and a comprehensive program of applied eugenics.

Members of the task force said they regret that modern medicine has cured so many pestilences and thereby interfered with the natural selection process through survival of the fittest (pp 50-51). They think the time must come with all human reproduction is by artificial insemination so as to permit “Direct eugenic management” (p.73). They would prevent unauthorized natural conception by putting contraceptive chemicals in the “water supplies or certain essential foodstuffs.” They say that such a program is already under development (p.73)

Since peace may be unexpectedly forced onto political leaders whether they like it or not, the report suggests that one of the remedies would be to appropriate huge sums of money (comparable to military spending) and use it for waste-spending on “largely unattainable goals” such as some impossible space project. Later they suggest that the mass-employment of people in some system of “slavery” may be necessary although it would be presented to the people in a more “euphemized” or acceptable form.


Money is, and has been, the most important and powerful tool in the globalist’s bag of tricks. Because cash represents freedom, privacy, independence, and decentralization, government insiders want to do away with it. Before the advent of computers, this would have been impossible.

On January 31, 1991 the New York Times ran an article by Harvey E Wachsman, president of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys in which he advocated the total elimination of cash.

“First the government would change the colour of the currency and require old money to be exchanged at the Treasury . Then all the new currency would be returned by its owners to the bank of their choice. All banks would be required to open accounts free of charge to all depositors… In place of paper money, we would all receive new cards – called Americards – each biomechanically impregnated with the owner’s hand and retina prints to insure virtually foolproof identification.

The government would supply all homes and businesses free of charge with machines to read the card, certify the holder’s identity, and make instantaneous electronic debits and credits. Regardless of what such machines would cost, the government, with $100 billion in new tax revenues, and no more printing and minting costs, would come out ahead.”

What are the advantages of a debit card for each American citizen? Wachsman gives two:

  1. No one would ever have to write a check again, and
  2. Bills could be paid electronically in your own home.

What are the benefits to the government? Many. Individuals and businesses would no longer be able to conceal income. All transactions would be recorded on computerized bank files which could easily be checked by the IRS. This system would “smash” the underground economy and eliminate most robberies since no one would have any cash to steal. Unfortunately, citizens would lost 100 percent of their existing financial privacy.

Just look around – [ of course this is years later ] we are being conditioned to use a debit card today through the use of ATM cards. California has recently come out with a new driver’s license featuring a holographic image over the entire surface of the card, and a magnetic strip on the back. Supposedly the magnetic strip contains only the information printed on the front.

The photograph and signature on the license are digitized and can be called up from the DMV’s electronic files instantly. These advances are said to thwart counterfeiting and to speed up renewals. It’s not hard to imagine police cars in the future with magnetic strip readers and video display terminals to check our digitized image. [ here now ]

What sounds like science fiction today, could be reality tomorrow. Fundamentalist Christians fear that the next step after the debit card could be invisible UPC bar codes tattooed on the forehead or right hand ( see Revelations 13:16-18). These codes could easily be scanned – something similar to what happens at the grocery store today. Just think you wouldn’t have to worry about losing or having your debit card stolen. Most products today carry the UPC bar codes ( see the front cover of ASG). Decoding the first, middle and ending bars of the code reveals the number 666.


Because the founding fathers made socialism unconstitutional, globalists have had to amend the Constitution, create executive orders, or have the Supreme Court “interpret” socialist laws into being.

Richard Gardner, former deputy assistant secretary of state under the Kennedy and Johnson administrations is quoted in the April 1974 issue of Foreign Affairs ( A journal of the Council on Foreign Relations):

“We are likely to do better by building our ‘house of world order’ from the bottom up rather than from the top down… an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, is likely to get us to world order faster than the old fashioned assault”

End run or frontal assault – they want to get rid of our present Constitution. A government funded non profit organization known as the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions has even come up with a new constitution. They spent 10 years and $25 million of taxpayer money to create it! The preamble to their new constitution is as follows:

“So that we may join in common endeavours, welcome the future in good order, and create an adequate and self-repairing government – we the people, do establish the Newstates of America, herein provided to be ours, and do ordain the Constitution whose supreme law it shall be until the time prescribed for it shall have run (emphasis added).

In this new constitution, rights granted to citizens are appropriated by the government and may be terminated at any time. For example, in Article 1, Section 1 it states, “Freedom of expression, of communications, of movement, of assembly, or of petition shall not be abridged except in declared emergency.

The phrase, “except in declared emergency,” and “suspended only in emergency” are found many times throughout the document. In fact the word emergency appears over 134 times. The ultimate gun control law is written into this constitution as well. Under the heading “Responsibilities” in Article 1, Section 8, it dictates, “There shall be a responsibility to avoid violence and to keep the peace; for this reason the bearing of arms or the possession of lethal weapons shall be confined to the police, members of the armed forces, and those licensed under law.”

While it would probably almost impossible to convince the American people to accept a new constitution, congress has already given the president power to suspend the constitution and declare a national emergency.

Former Senator Charles Mathias stated:

“Emergency regulations [executive orders] clothe the president with virtually unlimited powers with which he can affect the lives of American citizens in a host of all encompassing ways. The vast range of powers confers enough authority on the president to rule the country without reference to normal constitutional processes.

The president may seize property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities, assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication; regulate the operation of private enterprise; restrict travel, and in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens.”

Don McAlveny, in his March 1992 McAlvany Intelligence Advisor describes some of the executive orders that could be used in a new world order situation:

“The Executive Orders listed below were combined by RICHARD NIXON into Executive Order number 11490 which puts all of them into effect if a national emergency is declared:
EO (Executive Order) 10997 – provides for control of all power, fuels, and minerals;
EO 10998 – provides for control of all food and farms;
EO 11000 – provides for the mobilization of all civilians into work brigades under government supervision;
EO 1102 – designates the post master to operate a national registration of all persons;
EO 11004 – provides for relocation of any populations.”

Don goes on to say,

“The federal government would use the National Guard or military to implement these orders and the Constitution and Bill of Rights would, of course, be suspended for the duration of the emergency. Gun control would be strictly enforced under these orders.

It only takes a bit of imagination to guess what lies ahead for those not wanting to embrace world government. It will be anything but peace and tranquillity.

What will it take to survive the new world order? W Cleon Skousen, former Chairman of the National Center for Constitutional Studies says, “I’d don’t think we need waste any energy thinking that we’re going to turn it (the new world order) around. I think we need to start looking at ourselves, our families, our homes, our neighbourhoods.

“We’re going through this thing and come out on the other side. And I will predict it has a self destruct built into it. And one day, they’re going to turn and say, ‘doesn’t anybody have better answers?’ and I hope we’ve got thousands of people that we’ve trained who’ll say, ‘we’ll take over any time you’re sick and tired of what you got.’”

What would these thousands of people be trained in? Implementing the original US Constitution as our founding Fathers intended.

To get a copy of the Report from Iron Mountain and for more information on the Constitution, including children’s educational materials, contact:

The National Centre for Constitutional Studies,
PO Box 30776,
Salt Lake City,
UT 84130
or call 800-388-4512.

George Bush once said, whatever he is or will become he owed to David Rockefellar [C-SPAN].



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Globalism, Humanism and Money – The New World Order — 1 Comment

  1. There’s more to this conspiracy theory than meets the eye. The big boys have a 500 year plan: 1776+500=2276CE. The book 2276CE: The Future is Calling (2020) outlines that plan–and that ends in the very inauguration of the New World Order in that calendar year. This is a most astounding plan, to abrogate the future of the whole world!

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