What happens if you don’t want to submit to the United Nations, or reject a central bank system of rule? You get defined as a terrorist.
One of the United States’ most Machiavellian diplomats in history, Henry Kissinger, acknowledged that most of the people we’re fighting in the Middle East known as “terrorists” in America are actually just resistant to international control. And how do you think they’ll treat independent minded Americans who refuse to submit to the new world order?
Here’s a short excerpt from Henry Kissinger in a speech given in Istanbul, Turkey on
May 31, 2007, while the Bilderberg conference was simultaneously underway, just a few miles down the road.
“In the Middle East, we live in a different world. The nations do not represent historic entities in the same sense that European nations did. Turkey of course does, and Iran in a considerable extent does. But in the region in between, the borders were drawn by the victors of World War I on the basis largely of what would facilitate their influence. So therefore, the identities of these countries, and of their borders, can be challenged more easily.”
“What we in America call terrorists are really groups of people that reject the international system, and they’re trying to regroup it to a radical Islamic fundamentalists kind.”