Sunday, October 23, 2011

Gorbachev Sees New World Order Developing

Gorbachev Sees New World Order Developing

Of course he does, he worked for it for years. He is admitting to how all the protests are being used.

Gorbachev sees 'new world order' developing
Former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev says he believes protests occurring now in many places signal the emergence of a "new world order" movement.

The 80-year-old Gorbachev told 3,600 people at Lafayette College in eastern Pennsylvania on Wednesday that global governments need to work toward a "more humane and more just" world.

The (Easton) Express-Times reports that Gorbachev said opportunities that existed at the end of the Cold War were "not used properly." He said with the breakup of the Soviet Union, some U.S. leaders and scholars became "arrogant" and advocated for a new American empire, and that contributed to continued poverty, environmental and development problems around the world.

But Gorbachev said he believes that there has been a push for positive change among many Americans in recent years.

"The protests that we are now witnessing everywhere actually are a sign that, in a very difficult situation under different circumstances, the new world order movement is emerging," he said.

Gorbachev worked hand in hand with the last Pope on behalf of the Vatican agenda .
You remember all those smokescreens about the "fall" of Russia in the 80s? These things have been plotted and planned on for centuries. Gorbachev even deals with some of these plans in his own writings:

He then states that we are now embarking on the next and final phase, which is to unite those countries into a "socialist community," to and finally establish "world socialism." (p. 151.) That is what perestroika is all about, and that is what Mikhail Gorbachev means by "New World Order."


The Roaming Commoner said...

This get's even scarier by the day. I was just watching the other day about George H.W. Bushes New World Order speech given in 1991 on the same day as the 9/11 attacks ten years later. In the speech, Bush basically hinted at a collectivist world where all countries would work together and be accountable to the UN. They try and make this order look as if it's just for the "good of the people". So many people that I know see this as a good thing. It's like they don't even know half of what the NWO is really about.

Bible Believer said...

Yeah, it is getting scary. Makes you wonder when Gorbie seems to be happy to see the OWS stuff. Given that some of those folks have taken to calling themselves "Comrade", I am running to find a barf bag. Yeah Bush spoke of a collectivist world, where all countries would work together and be under the UN. They are selling this stuff to people, and people are buying it not seeing the bigger picture. Remember most out there deny the NWO even exists. I found myself telling one of those Tea Party Ayn Rand types, that they support the globalist one world order too just as much any one world socialist OWS type.