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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Welcome to the Newt World Order


Obama has been criticized, and rightfully so, for stating that he wants to “fundamentally transform America.”   Obama has had to answer questions about his past association with radical individuals.  Newt Gingrich has emerged as the Republican frontrunner and is claiming to be the best alternative to Obama for 2012.  If you are concerned with Obama’s ideology and the beliefs of those who influenced him, you should know some things about Newt Gingrich.

Above is a photo of a book titled “Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave” which Newt Gingrich wrote the forward to.   This book is a sequel to “The Third Wave” authored by Alvin Toffler. Gingrich put the book on his recommended reading list for his colleague when he became Speaker of the House in the 1990’s.  Toffler’s writings call for abolition of the United States Constitution and the concept of national sovereignty.  Toffler calls for a world government, which will be ruled by technocratic elites.  There are entire subchapters in the book titled “the sub-elites” and the “super-elites.”  The Third Wave lays out a society similar to Huxley’s Brave New World, but sprinkled with some Republican lingo. Toffler suggests religion should be replaced with loyalty to government and refers to religion in our current system as “cults.” The book describes a society where abortion, homosexuality, and divorce are not only accepted but idolized.  After all, Toffler proclaims the need to reduce world population which the aforementioned would indeed facilitate.  Gingrich calls Toffler his mentor, which explains Gingrich’s connection with the militant environmental movement.  In 2007, Gingrich wrote this book:

In Gingrich’s “ A Contract with the Earth” Gingrich describes himself as a “green conservative” and states that environmental issues transcend politics and cannot be dealt with using conventional governance.

In 2008, after correspondence with Al Gore, Gingrich starred alongside Nancy Pelosi in a commercial which was paid for by Gore’s tax-free foundation, Alliance for Climate Protection. The commercial was part of a campaign to promote carbon taxes.  For those who aren’t familiar, a carbon tax (sometimes called Cap and Trade) is a tax levied on activities which emit carbon dioxide, which the environmental movement claims is toxic to the planet.  The commercial can be seen here:
 This is not the first time Al Gore and Newt Gingrich have teamed up. It was 1993 when Al Gore proclaimed “this is a good deal for our country” on Larry King Live, referring to NAFTA.  Newt Gingrich was instrumental in pushing the trade agreement through Congress. Again in 1994, Gingrich worked to convince his Republican colleagues to get behind another Clinton administration project, the World Trade Organization.  It is Gingrich’s support for forming the world governing body that many credit for his anointment as Speaker.  Time has shown us, Ross Perot of all people, was right when he referred to the giant sucking sound that would be heard when we accepted the agreement.  The U.S. has lost a startling amount of its manufacturing base due to the policy.

The embrace of world government doesn’t stop here. Newt Gingrich is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations- a organization founded by J.P. Morgan, Paul Warburg and others. The CFR is a group which has consistently pushed for world government and a world currency, while publicly claiming only to facilitate “understanding” of the world.  

During the 1990’s socialized medicine was being entertained under the unofficial title of “Hillary Care.”  Even then, Gingrich publicly endorsed the concept of an individual mandate (the precedent that the government has authority to force an individual to purchase a product). More recently, the constitutionality of the individual mandate has become the focal point of the debate regarding Obama’s socialized medicine.  Despite the fact that “Obama Care” as it’s come to be called, is wildly unpopular especially amongst conservatives, Gingrich has come out in favor of the individual mandate as recently as May of this year.  

Gingrich’s recent surge in presidential primary polls comes as a surprise to many conservatives who were around for his reign in Congress.  It can be easily argued that Newt has been more closely aligned with the hard-core left than anything conservative. 

There are those of us who believe in the guiding principles which our American Revolution was fought for. Those of us from the old school believe what America needs is a restoration.  A restoration of the principles which made us strong, like liberty, limited government, low taxes and private property rights.  You won’t get that from someone who calls himself a “conservative futurist.”

With so many issues as devastatingly anti-American as the aforementioned, it would be futile to go over the long list of events, typical of politicians, that that prove Newt Gingrich is morally bankrupt. So we’ll leave that to someone else.

You may believe that there is no effort to undermine American sovereignty and her system of constitutional government, and those who believe there is an effort, are conspiracy theorists.   But the fact of the matter is, Newt Gingrich believes in world government and he has sold his soul to the cause.