I received an alarming email that claims Obama declared a new world order (NWO) at the Bilderberg Group conference on May 24, 2014, in Brussels, Belgium.
The email was accompanied by a very brief 19-second video snippet of a speech that Obama had purportedly delivered at the Bilderberg meeting:
“…and for the international order we have worked for generations to build. Ordinary men and women are too small-minded to govern their own affairs, that order and progress can only come when individuals surrender their rights to an all-powerful sovereign.”
Even before I began my research to verify Obama’s alarming declaration, my suspicion already had been aroused because:
- The Bilderberg is a secretive elitist group, but the video showed Obama’s audience to be many people in a big hall.
- While the 2014 Bilderberg Group did meet in late May, they had met in Denmark, not Belgium.
- The video was a 19-second snippet lifted from a longer speech, which means Obama’s words could have been taken out of context.
So I went on the whitehouse.gov website and typed the words “Obama Brussels Belgium speech” in the search bar.
Among the links that popped up was one to a speech the POS gave on March 26, 2014, to European youth at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Belgium. Click here for the transcript of the speech.
As I had suspected, the purported NWO video snippet was taken entirely out of context, as shown in the three paragraphs I excerpted from Obama’s March 26, 2014 speech (see below). The words in the very misleading video snippet are colored red.
Leaders and dignitaries of the European Union; representatives of our NATO Alliance; distinguished guests: We meet here at a moment of testing for Europe and the United States, and for the international order that we have worked for generations to build.
Throughout human history, societies have grappled with fundamental questions of how to organize themselves, the proper relationship between the individual and the state, the best means to resolve inevitable conflicts between states. And it was here in Europe, through centuries of struggle — through war and Enlightenment, repression and revolution — that a particular set of ideals began to emerge: The belief that through conscience and free will, each of us has the right to live as we choose. The belief that power is derived from the consent of the governed, and that laws and institutions should be established to protect that understanding. And those ideas eventually inspired a band of colonialists across an ocean, and they wrote them into the founding documents that still guide America today, including the simple truth that all men — and women — are created equal.
But those ideals have also been tested — here in Europe and around the world. Those ideals have often been threatened by an older, more traditional view of power. This alternative vision argues that ordinary men and women are too small-minded to govern their own affairs, that order and progress can only come when individuals surrender their rights to an all-powerful sovereign. Often, this alternative vision roots itself in the notion that by virtue of race or faith or ethnicity, some are inherently superior to others, and that individual identity must be defined by “us” versus “them,” or that national greatness must flow not by what a people stand for, but by what they are against.
I’m the last person to defend Obama the POS. But to take his words out of context so as to portray him as having publicly and brazenly declared a New World Order is being deceptive. Doing so just makes us look devious, and the people who swallowed it hook, line, and sinker look stupid.