On the U. S. Dollar bill there are Latin words that mean certain things to certain people. For instance, the Latin words “annuit coeptis novus ordo seclorum” that can be found around the unfinished pyramid on the back of the U.S. Dollar bill means he who approves the New World Order – or he who approves what has begun. That sounds like a decree or agreement to a planned agenda to me.
And also on the U.S. Dollar bill, under the Great Seal in the Eagle’s beak are the Latin words “E PLURIBUS UNUM”, which means “Out of Many One.” The symbols on America’s currency have been there since the 1700’s when U.S. Currency was first approved. It is easy to conclude that our currency and or constitution were completed around the time that our Declaration was announced. Was a decree or order established? If so, has that order been met?
Is there a plan for a New World Order? Let us travel from the beginning of America and study our economic progress.
Once upon a time, Europeans that left their country settled on shores and land that is today known as the United States of America. These Europeans purchased humans that had been taken from Africa by traders and sold them into slavery in different parts of the world. People that thought they were supreme over all, traded dark skinned humans for land, animals, food, and other goods and services. Slavery was huge business.
In the days of the 1500’s and the 1700’s in the Colonial days before America was united, the measure of land, size of the animal herds, and the number of slaves determined how wealthy you were.
Wars between those that disagreed with the new thought that Africans were no longer 3/5 human and being and treated the same as property and animals was a violation of God’s Word. Things got really hot, when the Quakers who once were the largest owners and traders of Africans found themselves leading the argument of the same religious belief that was used to justify slavery when Africans were not considered Christians, now had to look at their behavior and free the slaves because most had become Christians like them. The Revolutionary War brought about several economic treaties with the first Americans (the Indians). It stopped trade exporting and importing of humans for slavery, the creation of the Navy, George Washington named the Commander-in-Chief, rebellions on taxes (Tea Parties), and all sorts of resistance to the development of taxation and citizenship. The Revolutionary War ended with the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the New Hampshire ratification of the U.S. Constitution. The people that lived during these wars (1764-1776), dealt with civil unrest and opposition to ‘forced British ruler-ship’; and it was based on economics.
The Civil War followed the Revolutionary War. “By the mid-19th century, while the United States was experiencing an era of tremendous growth, a fundamental economic difference existed between the country’s northern and southern regions. While in the North, manufacturing and industry was well established, and agriculture was mostly limited to small-scale farms, the South’s economy was based on a system of large-scale farming that depended on the labor of black slaves to grow certain crops, especially cotton and tobacco.” The Civil War ended with the 16th President of the United States of America signing into Constitutional law, the 13th Amendment, which freed the slaves that created a new economy.
Fast forward to the 1980’s. By the time the Regan/Bush presidential era took over from President Jimmy Carter (the 39th President), America had seen the rise and fall of the economy: the fall of the stocks, the creation of Unions, mob and gang controlled government leaders, establishment of global banks and savings and loans. Ronald Reagan won by a landslide over Jimmy Carter largely because the economy of the 1970’s system had tanked! The next twelve years Americans would hear radical economic changes whose legacy in these days are known as Reaganomics and Voodoo Economics.
In these twelve years, there were series of global economic treaties enacted. Most of these treaties reformed treaties that had been signed were functioning since the early 20th Century. Enter center-stage, the North American Free Trade Agreement (a.k.a. NAFTA). A proposal promised by President Reagan during his presidential campaign to combine the economic needs and dependencies of Canada, Mexico, and the United States into one economic region, which created the start of outsourcing of American jobs to Mexico and Canada. NAFTA was President Reagan’s solution for keeping people in their home countries by providing low-income manufacturing and farming economic opportunities in those countries and allowing American companies to buy back products and services generated by these regional outsourcing agreements. This was supposed to stop or decrease the flow of illegal aliens from Mexico. Vice President Herbert Walker Bush (Bush 41) took over as President when Reagan’s term concluded. Jobs leaving America did not stop the flow of illegal aliens and the heated discussion over how or whether education needed to be reformed became the two biggest reasons Bill Clinton took Bush 41’s second term from him and became America’s 42nd President.
Bill Clinton signed the NAFTA plan that Bush 41 had planned to sign had he been re-elected. But in 1994, President Clinton revised NAFTA and gave it a new agenda . Under Clinton’s NAFTA, American Corporations received huge tax incentives for forming partnerships, closing their business in America and moving to another country to train and employ poor people all over the world. World Trade was in full force. America has been loosing jobs for some twenty-five years to other countries because of these global economic trade agreements.
Under the Clinton administration, public education saw it most radical reforms. School to work was promoted by Hillary Clinton as the means to the end for developing job skills in poor people living in urban communities that will not go to college. The transformation of the public school into global workforce development centers. Children from birth to university started being prepared to serve their corporate masters by creating ‘human capital’. This new ‘buzz-word’ hit the education reform scene around 1998 when four years of the School-to-work of 1994 had four years to take hold in our schools (zip code education), so that the Workforce Development and (the revision of the) Carl D. Perkins Acts of 1998 could put the final touches on education reform for the global economy.