Friday, May 13, 2016

Welcoming the Brave New World Order - Fay Voshell

by Fay Voshell

In a couple of paragraphs, Kerry basically advocated the elimination of nation-states while advising the young that he is not particularly concerned about the safety of the land in which they live.

It used to be only tinfoil hat types who raved about a conspiracy to establish a new world order.  Such nutcases generally did not include the secretary of state of America, a country once known for common sense and pragmatism.

But the days of Harry Truman's Missourian levelheadedness and his visionary but realistic secretaries of state Dean Acheson and George Marshall appear to be long gone.  That tinfoil-hat globalists are currently in charge of U.S. policy, such as it is, is now evident in Secretary of State John Kerry's proclamation to graduates of Northeastern University that they should get used to a world without walls and without borders – indeed, without nations (italics mine):
I think that everything that we've lived and learned tells us that we will never come out on top if we accept advice from soundbite salesmen and carnival barkers who pretend the most powerful country on earth can remain great by looking inward and hiding behind walls at a time when technology has made that impossible to do and unwise to even attempt[.] ...
For some people that is all they need simply to climb under the sheets, close their eyes and push the world away. And shockingly, we even see this attitude from some who think they ought to be entrusted with the job of managing international affairs. The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case. You're about to graduate into a complex and borderless world.
In a couple of paragraphs, Kerry basically advocated the elimination of nation-states while advising the young that he is not particularly concerned about the safety of the land in which they live.  It is, he basically announced, impossible to protect you.  Get used to terrorism.

Kerry appears to be channeling Germany's Angela Merkel and Brussels's leadership, whose experiments with a borderless Germany and a nationless Europe dominated by the European Union apparently are not working out perfectly.  Some in Great Britain, for instance, appear unwilling to see the extinction of national identities and wish to prepare for a "Brexit" despite dire warnings from Prime Minister Cameron that an exit would almost certainly ensure conflict among European nations.  Grumblings from other European leaders such as Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban have also been noted.

But the dream of world government by supranational entities such as the EU and the U.N. is persistent and strong.  Kerry has, along with president Obama, apparently embraced that dream, and both are fostering it in a number of ways, the most important of which is urging the United States to provide an example for national hara-kiri by permitting open borders, especially to the south of the United States.  

Another step in the process is to ensure that the individual states are rendered powerless.  The federal government essentially is turning the states into satrapies that do the bidding of the U.S. government and which are to follow the ideological insanities of our current elite in the White House and beyond to the letter.  Elimination of state identities means that only one entity is in charge.

This brings us to the other important component essential to the success of the one-worlders – namely, the elimination of distinct identities among humans.  Ultimately, their goal is to see that men and women (pardon the politically incorrect terminology) are without a country and without identity, including any differentiation between the sexes.

The above is ultimately what the push for a genderless society is all about.  There is a reason for the fight for transgender "rights" that goes far, far beyond the stated goal of civil "rights."  The goal is to destroy the ancient historical, religious, and scientific reality of the human being as male or female – and with that destruction, collapse all the institutions of civilization that have existed since the dawn of history and have provided identity for human beings – namely, the family, the tribe, the town, the city, the country, and the Church.  

The idea is to keep humans in a state of constant indeterminacy, as indeterminacy concerning identity renders people malleable.  Indeterminacy allows almighty global institutions to determine what a human being is, what humans are to be loyal to, where humans are to live, and what value humans have.  Indeterminacy allows the idea of a "citizen of the world" to take root and grow.  No one is male or female, Hungarian or Chinese, English or French, Catholic or Protestant or anything in between.  The human being is merely an undifferentiated unit subject to global entities who can decree, "This is who you are."

In sum, the entire globe is to become a tabula rasa on which elite powers can write the outlines of a new world order.

Huxley's dystopian fantasy of a "Brave New World" is coming to fruition.  He saw in 1933 where matters were heading.  In chapter 3 of Huxley's work, Mustapha Mond, the leader of the World State, gives a long speech about its history.  He blames the formerly sacred institutions of family, love, motherhood, and marriage for the chaos found in the old world order.  These personal institutions were causes of instability, and individuals were always capable of divided allegiances that led to conflict.  Therefore, the World State destroyed all allegiances except to the world government.  Peace would reign when uniformity of life and thought was achieved.  Everyone is happy because everyone thinks alike, just as they do at Harvard and Princeton.  The struggle for Truth is eliminated, and all is calm.

Mustapha Mond explains:
Mother, monogamy, romance. High spurts the fountain; fierce and foamy the wild jet. The urge has but a single outlet. My love, my baby. No wonder those poor pre-moderns were mad and wicked and miserable. Their world didn't allow them to take things easily, didn't allow them to be sane, virtuous, happy. What with mothers and lovers, what with the prohibitions they were not conditioned to obey, what with the temptations and the lonely remorses, what with all the diseases and the endless isolating pain, what with the uncertainties and the poverty—they were forced to feel strongly. And feeling strongly (and strongly, what was more, in solitude, in hopelessly individual isolation), how could they be stable?
Huxley presciently foresaw the day when globalist President Obama would issue a Mothers' Day Proclamation that essentially eliminated the concept of motherhood, and thus the differentiation of the sexes.  The president stated, "Regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status, mothers have always moved our Nation forward and remained steadfast in their pursuit of a better and brighter future for their children."

So there we have stage two of Brave New World as articulated by our president, with stage one having been articulated by our secretary of state.

The only thing that stands between the new chimerical global order and its accompanying ideological insanity is the blessed resistance of sane realists.  Thank God there are people who see the tinfoil hats.  Thank God there are people who still realize that the human race is divided into male and female and that nations have a right to insist on their autonomy as validated and valued because of history, tradition, and faith.

Thank God they will give up neither their identities as men or women nor the identities of the countries they love.

Fay Voshell holds a M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, which awarded her its prize for excellence in systematic theology.  Her thoughts have appeared in many online magazines, including American Thinker, National Review, RealClearReligion, Fox News, CNS and Russia Insider.  She may be reached at


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