The New World Order-You will own nothing, and you will be happy. The New World Order; is this what the future will look like? Is this George Orwell’s 1984? Can I believe all the stories I read in the Main Stream Media? Is Social Media a more reliable platform? Parental guidance and life experience have taught me to question the conventional wisdom of the day, a sort of fact-checking.
In My Experience
The world has gone mad. I live in a country where I am afraid to express myself freely for fear of reprisal. We live in a divided country. I grow older every day, and while I’m not as old as a dinosaur, I am older than most dinosaurs got to live in their time. I have lived most of these years in Canada, a country that most people find good enough to want to risk a lot to come here and begin a new life. The proof is in the pudding.
Age brings experience, and with it I realize that life is full of ups and downs, hills and valleys, always sprinkled with an occasional sunny day. I have also learned that there is no easy way, no free lunches, and that there are no magic fairies, and no magic dust. Life is a struggle most of the time, regardless of your economic, social, or political class. Of course, the poor and the destitute, have it the hardest.
Only when you have little or nothing to eat, and you overcome this struggle, can you appreciate the true value of freedom. Freedom of the individual, the freedom to associate, the freedom to learn, and the freedom to express yourself in a manner not detrimental to the common good.
New World Order
Is there an agenda to create a New World Order? Who wants One World Government? How is your government behaving these days? Are you happy with the politicians who make the rules you have to follow? We get the government we deserve, and when we don’t care about who rules over us, it leaves a vacuum filled by those who often don’t share our values.
One World Cashless Currency
One World Central Bank. How are Central Banks managing the money supply? Are you happy that our money is not backed by gold. Is the printing of fiat money good for our economy? How would this work for you? Is your grocery bill increasing or decreasing? Is your money worth more today than it was yesterday? We have no money today; we have currency. Would you happen to know the difference? All fiat currencies make their way to zero. Is this a good strategy for your hard-earned fiat dollars in your bank account? Do we need more printed money? Is your currency protected from Quantitative Easing? Do you believe that One World Central Bank will rectify all your monetary woes?
One World Military
Where would you like to serve the next two or more years? Is there any country that you would prefer to die in? Is there any country where you would like to loose your arms or legs in order to bring more peace to this world gone mad? Do we need One World Military, or do we need less world armies? Who benefits when we go to war? Who are the winners and who are the losers?
The End of National Sovereignty
If you live in Canada, The United States of America, or Europe, would you prefer to move to the 3rd World? You can if you want. Ironically, the reverse is not valid. Ask anyone who has risked their lives to come here if they’re going to move back anytime soon? Every country and every nationality has something to contribute for the greater good.
The End of All Privately Owned Property, You Will Own Nothing
Are these your private property, the Latte that you are sipping on, and your new smartphone that you are sending photos to your followers? I’m sure you wouldn’t mind lending me your smartphone for the weekend, especially when I want to send pictures of my trip to my followers. I can drop it off at the central depot so you can get it back someday. You probably don’t use it that much, and having no Smart Phone to pay for your Latte would not create that much inconvenience in your life. So what’s wrong with owning private property? Have you read about the history of communist regimes and the experiences of those who lived and died in them?
The End of the Family Unit
Have you read 1984? Would you rather be a person or a number? We were all born from the union of a father and a mother. Most of us are very happy when we are surrounded by family and friends. Is the individual more important than the collective? Family breakdown is at the root of many social ills.
“All happy families resemble one another, but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Leo Tolstoy’s opening line in Anna Karenina.
Is Big Brother Watching Me?
My spidey sense is tingling. I grew up in a world of beauty and adventure, Free to pursue all reasonable and unreasonable forms of behaviour as long as I was willing to accept the consequences of my actions. In this world, responsibility and respect were held in high esteem. Today we live in a fast-paced world. Keeping up with the challenges requires us to be vigilant, adaptable, and knowledgeable. In life, as in chess, forethought wins. We need more winners; be a winner!