Sunday, January 01, 2006

Further Reading

The NWO conspiracy theory that "everyone is talking about as we draw closer to the year 2000", BBC Radio 5, Conspiracy programme, October 1998.
U.S. President, George Bush (Snr) called for "a New World Order", ABC News, January 1991.
U.K. Prime Minister, Tony Blair's, "push for New World Order", BBC News, October 2001.
U.K. Prime Minister, Tony Blair, "set out his vision for a New World Order", BBC News, October 2001.
U.K. Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and "new, globalised world order", BBC News, January 2002.
U.K. Prime Minister, Tony Blair, calls for New World Order, Evening Standard newspaper, January 2002.
U.S. President Bush (Snr) "proclaimed the beginning of 'a new world order', according to the website for washington executives.
President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, announced in 1999: "We will make our due contribution to the construction of a new world order", BBC News, 25 June 1999.
CBC News website talks about President Bush, globalisation, and "a new world order".
Experts discuss "Bioterrorism in the New World Order", University of California official website.
ABC News website politics section mentions that "New World Order" arrived during office of U.S. President, George Bush (Snr).
A. R. Epperson, 1990. The New World Order. USA: Publius Press, Inc.
W. Still, 1990. New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies. Louisiana, USA: Huntingdon House Publishers.
W. F. Jasper, et al. , 1992. The United Nations and the Emerging New World Order. USA: American Opinion Books.
Knight et al., 2001. Uriel's Machine: Uncovering the Secrets of Stonehenge, Noah's Flood and the Dawn of Civilization. USA: Fair Winds Press.
Evening Standard (UK), "AD and BC become CE/BCE", 19 February 2002. In what could be seen as their greatest victory to date, politically correct campaigners have succeeded in getting schools to scrap the Christian calendar. Breaking with centuries of tradition, the terms "BC" and "AD" are to be replaced with a system known as the Common Era. The two dating schemes are identical and both use the birth of Christ as their starting points, but the secular version does not acknowledge this. The Latin term Anno Domini, meaning in the year of our Lord, becomes Common Era, or CE, and Before Christ becomes Before the Common Era, or BCE. The term "common" refers to the fact that the Christian calendar is the most frequently used around the world. The move has sparked outrage among Church leaders. The Rev Rod Thomas of Reform, the Church of England's evangelical network, said: "What they are attempting to do is educate children into believing there is a way of measuring our calendar that takes its dates from an event, the significance of which, they are trying to deny. "The whole of the Western calendar has been based on BC and AD. To change that for no good reason is to do a disservice to our youngsters." Colin Hart, from the Christian Institute, said: "This is ridiculous. Between three and four per cent of people in Britain are of a non-Christian faith. This is about white liberals imposing political correctness in schools to ensure children are cut off from the past, for fear of upsetting someone. "Of course, it is perfectly acceptable to offend the vast majority." Panels comprising teachers, councillors and religious representatives advise councils in England and Wales on religious education syllabuses. But defending the change, a spokesman for the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority said: "It's not a question of one way is wrong and one is right, more a question of which is most commonly used. "CE/BCE is becoming an industry standard among historians. "Pupils have to be able to recognise these terms when they come across them."
Daily Telegraph (UK), "History has to be rewritten as school bans BC and AD", 13 December 2002. ... Church officials are also upset by the change. David Guest, communications officer for the Diocese of Chichester, said: "BC and AD have been used for centuries and have not upset people. They do have Christian significance but they have historical significance as well. We would be disappointed if these new terms became the norm."
Sunday Times (UK), "The Lord isn't PC in the year 2000CE", front-page, 23 January 2000. "THE Home Office has raised the prospect of scrapping the phrase Anno Domini (AD) in favour of the politically correct Common Era. Outraged churchmen are already mustering to frustrate the advocates of change, led by academics and civil servants..."
The New American (US), "The New World Religion", Vol. 18, No. 19, 23 Sep 2002. Presented to the world as a mystical revelation, the UN Earth Charter is actually a diabolical blueprint for global government. "My hope is that this charter will be a kind of Ten Commandments, a 'Sermon on the Mount,' that provides a guide for human behavior toward the environment in the next century and beyond." - Mikhail Gorbachev Millions of Americans were justifiably shocked and outraged over the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' notorious ruling on the Pledge of Allegiance. "Can our courts really have sunk this low?" people asked. "How can little Johnny and Suzie violate the Constitution by uttering the words 'under God' while reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in a public school?" Yet that is what the Court said in its June 26th decision. This ruling was a continuation of an ongoing subversive campaign aimed at expunging all mention of God and all Christian symbols from the public sphere. Judicial activists have ordered our students not to invoke the Almighty's name in prayer on school property. Posting the Ten Commandments on classroom walls is also supposedly a major no-no. Traditional Christmas carols with religious themes are out, as are Nativity scenes. Christmas and Easter vacations have been de-Christianized to, respectively, winter and spring breaks. Many textbooks have dropped the traditional "Christocentric" dating system of B.C. (Before Christ) and A.D. (Anno Domini, In the Year of Our Lord) in favor of B.C.E. (Before the Common Era) and C.E. (Common Era).
U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing - The Great Seal.
U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing - The One Dollar Bill (pictures).



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