At West Point, Obama Presses for New World Order to Defeat Al Qaeda

Fox News reports: “President Obama vowed to press for a new international order ‘that can resolve the challenges of our times’ and help the United States defeat Al Qaeda and other threats to freedom.

Delivering the commencement speech at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Obama ticked off a list of lofty goals this new order could accomplish; from combating violent extremism to stopping the spread of nuclear weapons to stemming climate change and sustaining global growth.

While saying he was ‘clear-eyed about the shortfalls’ of the international system that has led many critics of the United Nations and other institutions to abandon multilateralism, Obama said the United States would move ahead on a policy of ‘national renewal and global leadership.’

‘We have succeeded by steering those currents in the direction of liberty and justice — so nations thrive by meeting their responsibilities, and face consequences when they don’t,’ he said.

The comments suggest the Obama administration may be ready to more vigorously court the international community’s support, and further distance itself from the ‘distinctly American internationalism’ pursued by George W. Bush.

The Bush administration lobbied for support on issues like the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq, but at other times pursued unilateral action in defense of U.S. interests.

Obama said the United States would continue to pursue at least one Bush administration goal — the defeat of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan — and warned ‘there will be difficult days ahead.’ He also said international support would be a key to winning the battle…” (My DVD entitled “Dictator of the New World Order: Alive & Waiting in the Wings” reports Henry Kissinger’s promotion of President Obama as creator of the final world government. It’s chilling in the light of the above report.)

Ahmadinejad Stresses Need for New World Order

Fars News Agency reports: “‘The conditions we are experiencing today need planning for new orders in the world and (our) cooperation and co-thinking for organizing the conditions,’ Ahmadinejad told reporters before departing for Istanbul, Turkey to take part in the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA).

Reminding that major world and Asian players will take part in the Istanbul conference, the Iranian president underlined that ‘Iran, too, will have active participation in drafting the final statement, taking stances as well as mutual consultations’ with participants in the conference.

Ahmadinejad said that his visit will take place at the invitation of Turkish President Abdullah Gul, and pointed out that he is slated to meet other foreign officials during the visit…

CICA is an inter-governmental security forum in Asia which was initiated by Kazakhstan’s then president in 1992 and currently has 18 member states, including Iran, Russia, China, South Korea and Turkey…” (The global society recognizes the need for a system of international control and it will soon come into existence – Revelation 13:1, 7.)