The New World Order is overrated and in trouble, argues Nick Griffin
Spearhead - October 1996
"Some of the finest brains in the financial world now expect a crash on Wall Street, which will reverberate around the other major stockmarkets of the world, and particularly London. After a dizzying surge, which has seen the Dow Jones Industrial Index soar by more than 50% since the beginning of 1994, the question of a severe correction is no longer if but when"
So wrote Patrick Weever in a major article in the Business section of the Sunday Telegraph on August 25th. Now, while there are always a few pessimists around warning investors that 'the End is Nigh', Weever's message is given weight not only by the fact that he is a senior financial journalist, but also by the very significant number of expert analysts around the world who have come to the same conclusion. A typical example mentioned by Weever is Tony Dye, one of the foremost fund managers in the country who is convinced that the Wall Street rocket is due to nosedive.
Barrons, a magazine greatly respected by corporate and individual investors alike, warned recently of a drastic reduction in the amount of money flowing into American mutual funds, which the baby boomer generation has used over the last couple of years to invest in stocks and shares for pension purposes. The magazine points out that the $3.5bn put into mutual funds this July, although seemingly a huge amount, was in fact a drastic drop on the monthly average of $18bn over the previous year. Furthermore, money ploughed into the mutual funds is having less and less impact on Wall Street; sums which a year or so ago would have triggered sharp rises in share prices now have virtually no effect. Concluded Barrons:-
"We are convinced that this palpable weakening of the bull market's biggest source of strength is an extraordinarily significant change and not, in case you're wondering, for the better."
Andrew Smithers, who produces independent analysis for fund managers in London agrees:-
"The stockmarket has only reached peaks comparable with today's levels on three previous occasions. Each peak was followed by a crash which, in turn, was followed by a severe recession. The depressions of the 1930s were particularly severe and at the time there was widespread acceptance of the view that central banks had a duty to avoid creating asset bubbles."
A large part of the reason for this, says the Sunday Telegraph, is the way in which the US authorities have turned "a blind eye to the asset bubble, turned on the printing presses and dropped interest rates to astonishing lows."
This is in spite of the fact that Alan Greenspan, the chairman of the US Federal Reserve, is supposed to be an arch anti-inflationist. According to Steven Solomon, writing in his book The Confidence Game:
"Even before taking office in August 1987, Greenspan fretted that the stratospheric rise in share prices constituted a speculative bubble divorced from any underlying realistic expectation of future corporate profits or other underlying economic fundamentals. Bursting bubbles historically often triggered financial crises and sometimes economic disasters."
Comments the Telegraph's Patrick Weever:-
"If he was worried then surely he must be catonic with worry now. Why then is he stoking the flames with easy money? Why is such a man letting the money supply rip? Because he is afraid of something worse,' says one money man, hinting darkly that the something might be world depression. After all, we have now had two gigantic rounds of banking failures in America and Japan and these banks have only been rescued by cutting interest rates so that the banks could borrow at rock bottom rates and rebuild their balance sheets by lending at a big profit further up the yield curve. Had there been headlines 'Taxpayers bail out banks' there would have been uproar. But this device surreptitiously achieved the same result. It is one thing bailing out the banks. It would be quite another bailing out the stock market. Yet some bears believe the Fed can delay the crash during election year but that ultimately this will only make it worse."
Of course, conspiracy theorists may see all this is a rather different light. Rather than Greenspan and Co. struggling to keep a rotten and rickety financial system crashing down, they may be deliberately engineering a massive collapse so as to complete the process of concentrating the wealth of the world in their hands by wiping out smaller investors, banks and national governments and providing an excuse for the introduction of a supposedly more stable global electronic cashless society as part of their New World Order.
Now this might be what is going on, and there are certainly powerful individuals, organisations and pressure groups which would strive to find ways to use a new world depression to increase further their wealth and power, but however much they end up benefitting from the collapse, it does not necessarily mean that they caused it.
The same phenomenon would also be seen after, for example a catastrophic earthquake which flattened San Fransisco and Los Angeles. The problems caused by hordes of looters and panic-stricken refugees might lead to new police powers and a more tightly-controlled welfare system which strengthened the Federal Government. As rebuilding got underway there is every likelihood that private property-owners whose insurance policies did not include earthquake damage would end up losing everything, and that many smaller insurance companies would be bankrupted and swallowed up by their larger rivals with the resources to stand such enormous short-term losses. Property developers and big construction companies would make additional fortunes, but small builders might be driven out of business because they lacked the buying-power to obtain building materials which would be cornered by the bigger concerns.
However undesirable all these things undoubtedly would be, and however many little 'conspiracies' had been hatched in the scramble to drag profits from the misery and the wreckage, most people would see that the earthquake itself was the product of natural forces beyond anybody's control. There probably would be a number of Conspiracy explanations - top secret government research programmes, geo-seismic disruption-waves generated from a secret Communist headquarters still operating underneath the Kremlin, and millennial religious fantasies about the End of the World - but it is unlikely that these would make much headway, even among the almost uniquely gullible American public.
Unfortunately, rather fewer nationalists are able to understand the way in which debt-finance capitalism, although a man-made system, has a life and momentum of its own.
The very nature of the Banksters' swindle is that it must periodically collapse under its own weight of unrepayable debt. The debt system is like a juggernaut picking up speed down a winding moutain road. The Greenspans, Rothschilds, Rockefellers and all the rest of them are able to use the steering wheel to keep it on the road for a while, but if they were to slam on the brakes to stop it the whole thing would skid and topple over the edge straight away. So they have to keep hurtling onwards, unable to do more than struggle to postpone the disaster until their New World Order police patrol is strong enough to keep control of the ragged band of looters (Hi mum, that's us!) waiting to fight them for the chance to pick up the pieces at the bottom of the precipice and to decide how to continue the journey.
Conspiracy researchers often do good work in exposing the key players in the New World Order drive, and in alerting us to some of their plans and intrigues. But they can also do us a disservice by encouraging the erroneous belief that 'they' are so all-seeing and powerful that there is nothing we can do to stop them except pray for divine intervention. Talk to such people about the warnings of an impending financial crash and the possibililty of a subsequent depression, for example, and the likely response is either that "'They' won't let it happen" or "'They' will create phoney radical movements as safety valves to dissipate popular anger and use the crash to tighten their grip even further."
When are we going to get this defeatist nonsense out of our heads? The truth is that, while they might be able to postpone things a bit, they can't stop periodic financial crashes any more than they can stop earthquakes; debt-overload and a cycle of boom-and-bust are built into the very nature of their system. And yes, of course they will set up artificial safety valves to try to send the potential supporters of revolutionary change up blind alleys, just as their media prostitutes will lie about us and their parliamentary puppets will pass laws against us. Our job isn't to whine about these tricks being 'unfair', but to organise a decisive minority to overcome such obstacles and turn the temporary popular disillusionment produced by the coming 'bust' into an unstoppable force for a total change of system.
It has been done before, and it can be done again. The very first step is to understand the coming time of opportunity and to inculcate the right confidence in our potential. So stop dwelling on the enormous odds against us and take heart instead from the even bigger problems facing the would-be rulers of the New World Order.
We have already seen that the unprecedented post-war economic prosperity, which has enabled the liberal-internationalists to bribe their subjects into accepting their poisonous social engineering projects such as multi-racialism, is headed for a smash. It's not just a matter of even higher unemployment, falling wages and the dismantling of the welfare state, they are also going to have to explain to an ageing population that their pension funds have gone down the tubes as well.
Even more significant is the fact that, throughout the entire developed world, the overwhelming majority of people have already lost their faith in the insitutions, shibboleths and personnel of the plutocracy - and this before the proverbial has hit the fan. During the last great cyclical crisis of finance capitalism the people of Britain - the declining great power - still had a mystical faith in the royal family, in their own greatness in technical progress and in democracy. The inhabitants of the rising great power were similarly addicted to the myth of democracy and, after a brief flirtation with the likes of Huey Long and Father Coughlin, were easily convinced to stay on board the American Dream.
In their struggle to contain the European revolutions which threatened the Rule of Gold, the predecessors of the New World Order conspirators were also able to count on the myriad of traitors, spies and army corps assembled in the service of Bolshevik imperialism. Even in conservative, deferrential, Britain, the Communist Party had a sufficient mass following to be able to win two seats in Parliament in 1945. By 1975 the CP was reduced to a couple of council seats on the Isle of Dogs, and we all know who won a seat there fewer than twenty years after that.
The collapse on the streets and even in the universities is no less dramatic. Apart from a few dozen misguided Red Irishmen, a few hundred leftist Asians and a couple of thousand sociology lecturers and bulldikes, organised Marxism has ceased to exist in Britain. The same trend may be seen all over Europe - capitalism's communist twin, the Banksters' greatest safety valve by far, has died and rotted away.
From now on the New World Order addicts must provide the muscle to deal with their opponents and impose their will themselves. So the United Nations is to be the policeman of the world, but since that organisation is bankrupt, the honour goes to the United States, with a bit of help from Britain when our Government can find a couple of ageing jets which haven't been scrapped.
And how are the representatives of this all-powerful Conspiracy doing? Well, they beat down the forces of mighty Granada; they inflicted a decisive defeat on the horde of Voodoo priests defending Haiti down to the last white cockerel, and their high tech airpower frazzled columns of retreating Iraqi conscripts. But it was remarkable how quickly that slaughter was used as an excuse to avoid sending ground troops to slug it out with the Revolutionary Guards, with their five years' experience of WW1-style carnage against the equally fanatical Iranians.
Then there was the hasty retreat of the Marines from the exploding trucks of the Lebanon, and the debacle of Somalia, where primitive tribesmen amused themselves shooting down milion dollar helicopters with $25 dollar rifles and cutting up their crews with even cheaper knives. There was the hugely costly operation to bomb the mutually genocidal inhabitants of Tito's former empire into living in multi-cultural harmony. The final nail in the coffin of that particular New World Order fantasy has just been hammered in by the very Bosnian Muslims who were supposed to benefit from the Dayton 'peace' accords, as they voted overwhelmingly for candidates commited to Muslim hegemony rather than power-sharing.
In the same week Saddam Hussein retook the whole of Northern Iraq and executed the CIA's entire network of agents in the country. And Washington's ailing puppet Yeltsin sturggled to keep power out of the hands of the Caesarist maverick Lebed. The massive CIA investment in the summer's Russian elections is already looking to have been money down the drain.
LOSING THEIR GRIP
In spite of more than fifty years of ceaseless propaganda from the most efficient brainwashing programme ever conceived, and in spite of their control of every institution in the developed world, the internationalists are losing their grip. The nationalism they tried to drown in blood and fire and smother with lies is emerging as the dominant force in the world.
Meanwhile, a friend living in the south west of the USA mentioned on the 'phone the other evening that whenever he goes out to deliver CDs to record stores he has to wear a bulletproof vest and carry a heavy handgun. He described the situation in America's main cities as one of "low intensity warfare." For all the paranoia about the powers of Mrs. and Mr. Clinton, the FBI, the Bilderbergers, Stealth bombers and those black helicopters, the New World Order doesn't really control much more than the White House - and even that gets raked with machine gun fire every now and again.
Of course, these people are involved in a 'Conspiracy' - if that's the right word for such a blatant desire to own and dominate the entire world. Of course they have most Western politicians in their pockets, and of course their co-schemers have a stranglehold on the world's mass media. But in spite of all that the only real 'success' their agents have had in the last few years is the takeover of South Africa. Apart from that, they have lost control in their showpiece operations in Somalia and Bosnia; their hirelings are losing control in Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Austria, France, Belgium and East European countries such as Slovakia; they are struggling to control Russia, Italy, Canada, nuclear Ukraine, Egypt and the Internet. Even in 'stable' states their detested puppet governments are losing control of their tax bases as information technology frees entrepreneurs to work from wherever suits them, and of their streets as the police lose the fight against crime and the fear of crime. They can still count on the loyalty of their political police, but so could Erich Honneker and precious little good it did him once the wheel of History started to turn once more.
So it is time to stop thinking of these people as evil geniuses with the means of total control over a population of mindless zombies. They are ordinary, fallible mortals, who generally owe their exalted positions not to any great talent but to accidents of birth or fate. Their system is kept in power through corruption, sloth and indifference rather than by the wiles of police chiefs and propagandists or a willingness to crush demonstrators under tanks. A Rothschild heir can commit suicide as easily as a depressed bank clerk. Alan Greenspan may now be chairman of the Federal Reserve but not so many years ago he scraped a living as a jazz player.
There is nothing special about these people. They make mistakes. Under pressure they can panic and either overreact or lose the stomach to fight; It happened in France in 1789 and again in 1968, when de Gaulle packed his bags to flee the country. It happened in Russia in 1917. It happened all over Eastern Europe in 1989. It can happen with our masters too. They and their flunkies may still have power, but as things fall apart that means primarily that they have something to lose. We, on the other hand, have nothing to lose and everything to gain - if we have the will and the wits.
The Carlile Tapes
A leading British National Party activist - Nick Griffin - faced trial in April 1998 under Britain's notorious Race Relations Act, following a complaint by Alexander Falik - alias Alex Carlile - a Zionist lawyer and former Member of Parliament. (For an update on the trial go to the Virtual Trial section)
Among the papers finally handed over to the defence team after the first hearing was the transcript of Nick Griffin's 'interview' with a Detective Constable and Detective Sergeant from Dyfed-Powys CID. This took place on 12th December 1996, in Welshpool police station, to which he had been taken following a five-hour police raid on his home, during which nine officers searched everything from filing cabinets to a box of children's Christmas presents.
The interview lasted for one hour forty three minutes. Mr Griffin freely acknowledged that he was responsible for the issue in question and explained his motivation at length, but refused to give any details of other contributors, printing arrangements and such like. Selected extracts from the transcribed interview are reproduced here, while longer extracts from the tape-recorded interview are available on a cassette tape, as advertised below.
In a major historic development of the use of the Internet to promote freedom of speech and counteract British censorship laws, the BNP Internet site now broadcasts recordings from the police interrogation of Nick Griffin.
The background to these essentially political charges. Detective Constable Addicott asks about the "fourteen points". Nick explains that the 14 words represent a summary of racial nationalist beliefs, and that these do not involve "racial hatred", as covered by the Act.
In a blatant effort to criminalise political views, the police enter into a discussion of race. At one point Detective Sergeant Jones gives the game away: what they are really interested in.
The comic highlight of the interrogation, in which our policemen maintain that a drawing of a Viking princess is potentially "threatening, abusive or insulting."
A cartoon satirising Steven Spielberg, and an article questioning the the extermination of six million Jews during World War II, are used in this trial with the aim of criminalising Holocaust revisionism (as it is already criminalised in some European countries). Here, once again, the true purpose is revealed, as DC Addicott offers his own expert view of what "history bears out".
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