There is a Need for a New World Order


by Jim Anderson

We do need a New World Order; nobody should deny that after all that has been going on for the past 100 years certainly we need a real change and transformation in our society both nationally and globally. I have given it some thought and would like to share my ideas with you. The New World Order I have written about here is one that is meant for the people not some oligarchy.


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I want to see a world that has de-centralized the more powerful sectors of our society. This includes government, economic, social as well as religious power structures. The founders of this country were afraid of centralized power they knew it was capable of doing so much evil even if it was rooted in the most compassionate leadership. Those who want control over people are known as tyrants, but when the people have control over tyrants than that is freedom because the tyrant is no longer a master but a servant. I could go on talking about religion but the world I see coming into view is a world where power is held in each individual and the individual is left to decide their relationship to their god or lack thereof and therefore would need no central religious authority, to control their way of thinking. Please do not take my political opinion and label me an anarchist because I am not.


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We have moved so far away from an actual free market system that in reality we have actually moved toward corporatism and socialist thinking, I recall what Benito Mussolini once said about fascism (National Socialism): “Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power.” I am tired of the impersonal corporations who employ disgusting recipes to prepare our food and employ poorly paid laborers to make products we enjoy today. I am tired of Globalism and how we get everything from other countries but our own! I want to see the mom and pop shops make a real comeback in America, they cared more about us because they were part of us. We should treat corporations and monopolies the way we used to by not allowing them to exist indefinitely. Get rid of the central banks, for there is no need for the few to control the money supply of many, unless we like oppression.

I say we need to return back to the idea where government acted like a negative factor on the individual instead of a positive factor. What I mean is we need a government that would not tell people what we can and cannot do. What we need to see is governments that will do only one thing and that is defend our civil liberties by leaving us to our own devices. A good government is good because it is not corrupt and government quickly turns corrupt if it is expected to prop up and support our society by providing society with everything it wants and unreasonably feels it needs.


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I want to see a new society emerge that will be based on the ideas of Individuality, where people are free to grow and know themselves for who they really are, on their own, a society that does not try and have conformity while thinking each member is unique because that is a contradiction in our societies thinking. I see individuals who value quality before quantity and understanding before accepting. Finally a sense of prosperity should be developed that is left up to the individual to make, not for society to impose upon the individual. I see a world where prosperity is founded from within before trying to get it from outside of ourselves. I see individuals who value responsibility, a society where people can have enough virtue to act on their behalf and their behalf only and take responsibility for their actions. We should not support the irresponsible so that way they can continue acting irresponsible. We need a society that is based on charity and compassion to support those who really need support because those people are few and barely heard.

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0 Responses to There is a Need for a New World Order

  1. Phil B May 10, 2009 at 9:02 pm #

    While I find the idea of a simpler, less sophisticated society free of the corporate “monsters,” as you paint them, and hegemonic governments aesthetic, life without them is grim and prone to injustice.
    The centralized thinking characteristic of corporations allows for globalization & efficiency. While many people talk down on globalization, the fact is it increases cooperation among states and decrease conflict through mutually beneficial solutions and symbiotic relationships. The application of liberal political philosophy has been only possible through globalization. While this has caused some exploitation in undeveloped regions, the ability to develop is dramatically increased, with globalization, speeding the evolution of self sustaining prosperous states which were not possible before.
    Globalization also drastically increases efficiency of world wide production, subsequently creating more total goods, increasing global wealth which increases total prosperity. It is only a matter of time before an evil corporations buys out all of the family farms of the American wheat bowl and cheaply feeds the world. While this is unappealing to people who would like to go back to a simpler time (which was actually filled with disease, starvation & social injustice). However it is very appealing to a sub-Saharan community who, due to globalization, can now focus on trade & education, rather than not starving to death.
    I only decided to address your statements against economic centralization. It was the first thing to jump out at me, & frankly your essay is far too general for me to address all of your statements in less than half an hour.

  2. Phil B May 10, 2009 at 9:04 pm #

    While I find the idea of a simpler, less sophisticated society free of the corporate “monsters,” as you paint them, and hegemonic governments aesthetic, life without them is grim and prone to injustice.
    The centralized thinking characteristic of corporations allows for globalization & efficiency. While many people talk down on globalization, the fact is it increases cooperation among states and decrease conflict through mutually beneficial solutions and symbiotic relationships. The application of liberal political philosophy has been only possible through globalization. While this has caused some exploitation in undeveloped regions, the ability to develop is dramatically increased, with globalization, speeding the evolution of self sustaining prosperous states which were not possible before.
    Globalization also drastically increases efficiency of world wide production, subsequently creating more total goods, increasing global wealth which increases total prosperity. It is only a matter of time before an evil corporations buys out all of the family farms of the American wheat bowl and cheaply feeds the world. While this is unappealing to people who would like to go back to a simpler time (which was actually filled with disease, starvation & social injustice). However it is very appealing to a sub-Saharan community who, due to globalization, can now focus on trade & education, rather than not starving to death.
    I only decided to address your statements against economic centralization. It was the first thing to jump out at me, & frankly your essay is far too general for me to address all of your statements in less than half an hour.
    By the way, socialistic thinking & facism are opposite political theories. Facism is 100% to state power, socialism is 100% power to the people. It just really bugs me when people combine the two.

  3. MichaelJN May 11, 2009 at 12:20 am #

    @PhilB: Are you suggesting that a transition to socialism is possible would be possible without considerable state power? I am curious how this might work.

  4. MichaelJN May 11, 2009 at 12:20 am #

    *edit
    @PhilB: Are you suggesting that a transition to socialism would be possible without considerable state power? I am curious how this might work.

  5. ZM3 May 11, 2009 at 8:26 pm #

    Mr. Anderson,
    What do u think of the Venus Project? Do you know much about the life work of Jacque Fresco and his resume?

    What your saying is the product of that society. But, certain structures of the society we live in now are the cause for our inability to transcend to something better.

    When everyone realizes what we’re actually capable of, I hope society as a whole will peacefully unite for the good of the human race.

    “The only thing required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing.”

    -Thomas Paine

  6. G. R. May 23, 2009 at 2:45 pm #

    ZM3 is correct. The New World Order is a benefit for, in ratio, a very small group of people. The failure of great people to come forward for Liberty, leaves no room for self-worth, but replaces it with money. If people love money enough, they will allow their freedoms to be stripped for the possibility of more money. They will focus on the economy as compared to the dwindling of civil liberties. Realize you really can do better than a New World Order. Don’t just follow because it seems like the best route.

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