Lots of New World Order talk lately. It is also interesting the diversity of sources for the NWO talk. Here we have an Indian General, the Vice President of the United States and an editorial from the publisher of the Navajo Post, a Native American publication. They all seem pretty content with the idea of a new world order. I guess they don't like this one.
"We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order." - David Rockefeller
“Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.”
- George Orwell, 1984
Major General (Prof) G G Dwivedi AMU delivered a talk on Emerging Contours of New World Order
Major General (Prof) G G Dwivedi, Department of West Asian Studies, AMU delivered a talk on the "Emerging Contours of New World Order" at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration" (LBSNAA) Mussoorie.
Addressing the senior Civil And Military Officers participating in the National Security Programme, General Dwivedi commenced the talk by redefining the term 'New World Order' in the realm of prevailing Geo Political milieu and 'Balance of Power' equations.
Taking an environment scan, he highlighted key factors impacting the International System, namely unconventional security threats, polarity matrix, globalisation and North-South divide. The emerging global architecture is characterised by shift in the 'centre of gravity' from West to East with the emergence of new power centres, increasing role of Non State Actors, 'balance of interest' replacing 'balance of power' based alignments and instability due increasing frequency of intra state conflicts besides technology emerging as a game changer.
In the concluding remarks, Professor Dwivedi gave an overview of India's strategic neighbourhood-extended South Asia region.
Earlier this past month
Biden urges Air Force cadets to shape 'a new world order'
While United States President Barack Obama used an address at West Point Military Academy this week to tout the impeding end to the Afghan War, his second in command had a much different message while giving remarks to Air Force Academy cadets.
Vice President Joe Biden is now getting attention over the phrasing he used during Wednesday’s graduation ceremony at the military college in Colorado Springs, Colorado that contrasted sharply with the message the commander-in-chief extended at an address that morning at West Point.
During Mr. Obama’s remarks, the president told new military grads that they were likely to be the first in over a decade to not worry about being deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq. With combat operations there all but expired, American foreign policy should begin to rely on influencing the world not with the barrel of a gun, the president said, but by leading with examples of diplomacy.
Biden, however, had a different message to extend.
"I believe we and mainly you have an incredible opportunity to lead in shaping a new world order for the twenty-first century in a way consistent with American interests and common interests,”Vice Pres. Biden said to the 995 members of the class of 2014, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported this week."There was an overwhelming desire of our grandparents and my parent's generation to bring home every single one of the 12 million forces stationed in Europe and Asia," he said. "They knew they had to lay a foundation for a new world order, an order that brought the longest period of sustained and peace in Europe and Asia.”The vice president’s remarks are expected to generate controversy among skeptics who associated the phrase “new world order” with the theory that a secret global power elite is plotting a system of international rule to take over the world.
A New World Order is needed for the Navajo Nation
This global order will be a new beginning to fundamentally change Native America. If tribal nations want to strengthen tribal sovereignty, tribal leaders (Presidents, Governors, Council members, board members) must remove its independence of federal dollars to gain true self independence- with respects to treaties, agreements currently in place between the U.S. and tribal reservations.
It’s time for the Navajo Nation to enter international markets to practice free commerce. Every tribe should be capable of developing new technologies and have the opportunity to pursue energy freely without federal regulation to help solve the U.S. addiction of Middle East oil.
The Navajo Nation is the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. They recently purchased the BHP-Navajo Mine to save hundreds of jobs in San Juan County New Mexico.
This power plant has a real chance to sell coal to China, Russia, and the European Union.
The term, ‘small business’ was never apart of our tribal leaders vocabulary, but I was excited to hear them finally recognize our business men and women. It’s clear, this will be the first step in whipping our economy back into good health for good paying jobs on the Navajo Nation.
As more Navajo entrepreneurs go into business, they must stay the course to create jobs and gain the respect from the international community. In order to become profitable, they must become competitive. In any economy, small business is the back bone of job creation and sustainability.
The people of the Navajo Nation will elect a new President soon. Those Candidates must understand that building a strong private sector should be priority, when the campaign signs come down and the talking points are pointless- it’s time to put our people to work.