March 15, 2022 - As I'm writing my Freedom Farce book, I come across President Bush's New World Order Speech! Very interesting that it was held in Montgomery, Alabama!!!
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President George H.W. Bush spoke at the commencement of the Air University in Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama University on the New World Order. His remarks were made in the Fuel Cell Hanger at the base. In his remarks, President Bush praised the performance of the U.S. Air Force in the Persian Gulf war, and said a New World Order was now “within our reach.” The New World Order could emerge from the rubble that was the Cold War and the Warsaw Pact. He stressed the need for a policy of “active engagement” to prevent the eventual worsening of relations that followed each of the two World Wars. He said the New World Order was a responsibility, created by the U.S.' successes, to achieve stability, economic progress and peace around the world. The responsibility of the U.S. was not to maintain perpetual global peace, but to contain aggression. Also, the indigenous people must decide their own political futures.
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Notice how they "modernized congress". This means they made them GLOBAL!
Notice how they say they are repairing the bridge between the two parties! CAN YOU SAY ONE WORLD ORDER!!!
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I connected the dots from the 41st President to the 45th. Think about it.