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December 5, 2009

Is The "New World Order" and "One World Government" Finally Here??

To begin with, MasterPo is NOT a conspiracy theorist!

Never have been.
Never will be.

But 1+1 still equals 2 (no matter how much they try to re-write school books and impose "outcome-based" education over the three R's!).

Before you think I've gone completely over the cliff, with Kool Aid in hand, please read on.

During the November 27, 2009 broadcast of the Glenn Beck show on Fox News Glenn spoke with an economist/financial advisor Damon Vickers of Nine Points Capital who previously had been interview on CNN and brought up the topic. Glenn was shocked the CNN reported wasn't surprised when Mr. Vickers connected the current economic problem and the massive U.S. government borrowing and spending with the establishment of the often claimed "new world order" and "one world government".

Normally I don't put any stock in claims of these things. These kinds of conspiracy theories hold that this has been a goal of various groups for centuries. If there was a conspiracy to take over the world spanning centuries they sure aren't doing a good job of it!

But now, with the economy and government spending what it is, I agree with Mr. Beck that it is possible to connect the dots (though still not at all a certainty but well worth exploring).

Consider this:

As of writing this the U.S. Federal government has spent and/or committed to spending $13 TRILLION over the next 10 years. That is in addition to the $12 TRILLION in outstanding debt the U.S. Treasury already owes right now! Let me add it up for you: That's $25 TRILLION!!!

And that's before any sort of National Healthcare plan, additional stimulus and/or bailout funding, emergency/disaster spending, war spending (if "war" is even in the American official lexicon anymore), pet projects and wanna-do's, etc etc etc.

ALL of this spending has been financed by the Federal Government borrowing money from overseas (at this time, mainly China) in the form of selling U.S. Treasury Bonds.


Just try to imagine the kind of economic grow and tax revenue generation that will be needed to pay down even merely half of that debt! Remember that people were so deeply concerned about a national debt of "just" $12 trillion at the end of 2008.

Meanwhile, national unemployment is over 10% and expected to rise even more (state/local unemployment is nearly 20% in a great many places!).

So where is all this money going to come from to pay even just half of the new (never mind the existing!) $13 TRILLION debt??

The answer is really very simple: It doesn't exist!

Not now.
Now ever.

When debt gets that high the concept of any sort of meaningful ability to pay it down (much less pay it off completely) become pointedly absurd. In other words, it simply can not be paid down any meaningful amount. Even if all forms of taxation doubled and "the rich" were taxed 80%-90%-even 100% at certain income levels there simply is not enough money to make paying it down a reasonable – or even rational – concept!

(Not to mention the stake though the heart of the American economy such taxation would do thereby killing the very source of the tax revenue stream needed to pay the debt!)

So what does all this mean?

One word: Receivership

"A type of bankruptcy a company enters when a receiver is appointed by bankruptcy courts or creditors to run the company." (my bolding)

(Source: receivership. (n.d.). Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website:

Replace "company" with Nation and I think you begin to see the "new world order" and "one world government" angle.

With receivership comes being insolvent.

"Having ceased paying or unable to pay debts as they fall due in the usual course of business; having liabilities in excess of a reasonable market value of assets held; insufficient to pay all debts."

(Source: insolvent. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law. Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website:

Even in such a bad economic state we still are a HUGE consumer base, military base, technology and information services base. So, as the current popular jargon likes to say, the United States is just "Too Big To Fail".

Who is the creditor of the United States?

China mainly but also Europe, Russia, Japan, even the Saudis!

If the U.S. is deemed insolvent the rest of the world will not simply say "Oh well" and walk away. They gave us mega $$$ and expect all or at least as much as they can back! (so would I!)

Probably through the IMF and the UN the world would point the U.S. into receivership.

Remember what happened to General Motors, AIG, Citigroup, Chase, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, et al when the U.S. government had to bail them out. The bailout came with a steep price:

- The government now owns 60% of GM.
- The government has mandated pay and benefit cuts for AIG, Citi and Chase

- The government has made Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley key cogs in the system of selling U.S. Treasuries to overseas government (they already where but they did have a choice before, now they don't), etc.

So guess what happens when America is deemed to become insolvent and is put into global receivership?

Now China et al via the the UN and IMF can flex muscle and do things like want to "approve" the national budget, dictate domestic (and foreign) policy, even alter the tax code!

Just imagine China saying "No U.S., you're spending too much on military this year. Cut your military budget in half!" or "You want to give a tax cut? We don't think so. In fact, you should raise taxes more to help better pay us back!"

New World Order.
One World Government.

It may be closer then you ever thought!

This is the discussion between Mr. Beck and Mr. Vickers. Please watch it in it's entirety.

(Special note: I am not endorsing or supporting the website/group that put put this video segment on YouTube. Merely, this is the only complete piece of the video; Other sources cut it into 2 or 3 sections.)


The Lost Goat said...

Governments never default on their debts - they just print more money. This creates its own host of problems, but I don't see an international receivership as one of them. An interesting idea, though.

MasterPo said...

You can't squeeze blood from a stone. If a government doesn't have the revenues (i.e. taxes paid by citizens) to cover the debt so the paper it prints becomes less and less valuable. Perhaps not default like you and I as in having zero money to pay it back.

But when the value of the sovergeign currency is for all intents and puposes worthless then what does that make the debt issued by the same government?

Another interesting twist I didn't include in the artcle:

Considering the amount of debt already issued, what if the next time the U.S. goes shopping to borrow money from the Chinese (or anyone else) they demand some kind of collatoral as well? Imagine a "mortgage" on say Yellowstone park!