The “Illuminist,” “New World Order” Rhetoric of the EU Parliament
Originally Published at Conspiracy Archive on 2008/09/22
Ever try doing a Google site-search at a known globalist website? With the right keyword selection you can get some revealing results. Let’s try it with the European Parliament’s official website.
Here’s a keyword search for – of all things – “illuminist.” Any results? Sure. (Link to source-page at the start of the quote.)
1. It is now quite some time since the European Union ceased to be merely a common economic area and began to adopt shared values as well. It is progressing towards its aim of establishing a political community pursuing the illuminist ideal of the sublime dignity of man and it is gradually instituting political power-sharing amongst its Member States, cooperation amongst institutions and a legal system which is both cosmopolitan and people-centred.
“Illuminist ideal”! Quite befitting, don’t you think? After all, Philippe-Frédéric de Dietrich, an Illuminatus (code name: Omarius), was the first mayor of Strasbourg and was the impetus for the creation of the famous Revolutionary anthem, La Marseillaise. More to the point, however, is the fact that “illuminist ideal” is quite explicit and is deliberately evoking reflection upon the Illuminati. (Food for thought: Masonic Influence in the EU). “Globalization,” too, is but “newspeak” for what the Enlightenment had been proselytizing as “Cosmopolitanism” (a term mentioned also in the quote above). For in 1786, ex-Illuminatus Ernst von Göchhausen, in Exposure of the Cosmopolitan System: In Letters from ex-Freemasons, had spilled the beans on the doctrine of the Illuminati:
World citizenship. What does it mean? You are either a citizen or you are a rebel. There is no third choice. […] [a cosmopolitan] unchains mankind, brings it back to its original rights to inviolable sacred freedom, and restores the Golden Age.Quoted in Reinhart Koselleck, Critique and Crisis: Enlightenment and the Modern Society, MIT Press, 1988, pp. 135-6
The “New World Order” is another favorite expression of those who desire a one world government. There’s 211 results for the query on the EU Parliament’s website. Here’s a few:
Look at the US in Iraq, everybody was opposed, even their allies, but they did not listen and what happened? They do not know how to get out of it now. Now we understand that… we are all linked to the US and if it falls apart it would be a real collapse. We have to help them to get out of there. That means that cooperation is needed, a new world order is necessary and global mechanisms to manage it.
After the Cold War everybody was talking of the new world order, even the Pope joined us and said a new world order is necessary, more stable, more fair, more human.
“10 minutes of Glasnost with Gorbachev,” at the EU Parliament, 27-05-2008
Given that all of our powers have been transferred to Brussels, particularly when it comes to competition, we should not be surprised to see our public services challenged, our professional organisations opposed and our characteristics disregarded. The new world order does not permit national resistance. Everything must be standardised by the law or by the market; for lack of time, the market will take care of destroying the jewels of our industry, of our commerce, of our crafts and of our liberal professions, before it attacks our health and education services and our culture. That is what we are fighting against.
Europe should, in the new world order that is coming into being, speak with one voice
What is Europe’s role in this changed world? Does Europe not, now that is finally unified, have a leading role to play in a new world order, that of a power able both to play a stabilising role worldwide and to point the way ahead for many countries and peoples? […] Europe needs to shoulder its responsibilities in the governance of globalisation. …a power wanting to change the course of world affairs…A power seeking to set globalisation within a moral framework, in other words to anchor it in solidarity and sustainable development.
The first challenge is the issue of UN reform and the establishment of a new world order. The European Union can play a key role in this reform.
[…] the Laeken European Council specifically asked the Convention to address the question as to whether Europe has “a leading role to play in a new world order, that of a power able both to play a stabilising role worldwide and to point the way ahead for many countries and peoples?”
If Europe wants to continue to play a leading economic, political or military role in this new world order, then political union is the only alternative. No single Member State, not even the large ones, can harbour any illusions about going it alone on the world stage.