In 1974, Richard N. Gardner
wrote a book titled, The Hard Road to the New World
Order. The following is a quote from that
The "house of world order"
will have to be built from the bottom up rather than
from the top down. It will look like a great
"booming, buzzing confusion," to use William James'
famous description of reality, but an end run around
national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece,
will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned
The period we are living through
now is the booming, buzzing confusion with an end run
around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece to build a 'New
World Order'. Throughout the United States our
system of government is being replaced by a system of
"governance" that is sometimes called networked
governance but really, it is just another name communism -
governing by committee.
The booming, buzzing confusion
is the result of the convergence of three distinct
policy areas for lack of a better term:
Internationalism, Environmentalism, and Automation.
Confusion is eliminated by understanding the history of
each as they move towards convergence and how they all
relate at the point of convergence which this writer
considers to be circa 1990 in the United States.
Internationalism - global governance (management) is the objective.
Environmentalism provides the philosophical basis for the changes that
are being made to the American way of life beginning with government and
Automation is the means by which fascist totalitarian control will be
achieved and maintained for the rest of history if they succeed.