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THE NEW WORLD ORDER: Project for
the New American Empire

“Summing up this book, the
United States of America, has been, and still is, the world’s greatest bringer
of death, destruction and wars in the decades since World War Two.
* Read why the American invasion
of Iraq was wrong.
* Read the truth of America’s
aggression against Iraq.
* Read why the “War on
Terror” is a smokescreen for American imperialism and the enlargement of
the American Empire.
* Read why people should oppose
America’s aggressive foreign policy.
* Read the truth the government
and media won’t tell you.
“While I’m on this subject, I
may as well describe America as the greatest “terrorist” and “rogue state”
in the world – those great terms invented by America to demonise its selected
enemies.
“American war making and
killing is quite often nothing but “terrorism” itself, certainly terrifying
the all too many innocent civilians killed and maimed by America’s often
illegal and overwhelming massacres masquerading as wars and attacks.”

…Stephen Kaposi

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Number of pages:
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Genre: Non Fiction

 

Author: Stephen
Kaposi 


Imprint: Poseidon

Publisher: Poseidon Books

Date Published: 2004

Language: English
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“The
New World Order: Project for the New American Empire”
 

  

Read why the American invasion of Iraq was wrong.

Read the truth about America’s aggression against Iraq.

Read why the “War on Terror” is a smokescreen for American
imperialism and the enlargement of the American Empire.

Read why people should oppose American foreign policy.

Read the truth the government and media won’t tell you. 

 

 

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction
 

 

The
American Empire Part 1: The Past

 

Opening comments

The ‘School of the Americas’
& Latin America

·       
Guatemala

·       
Colombia

·       
El Salvador

·       
Nicaragua

·       
Honduras

Wars, invasions & attacks

·       
North & South Korea

·       
Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia

·       
Grenada

·       
Panama

·       
Somalia & Bosnia

·       
Sudan

·       
Yugoslavia

·       
Afghanistan

The final death toll

Other interference

America occupying the world

  

The American Empire
Part 2: The Present 

 

Introduction

American oil wars

American plans for world
domination: the think tanks

American plans for world
domination: the government

Other plans: the military

The American religious right

Concluding comments

  

The “War on Terror”

 

           
Opening comments

           
Conspiracy to attack civil liberties

           
What sort of “war”?

Western “terrorism” &
propaganda

 

 

September 11 and its Aftermath

 

Introduction

Questions concerning the events
of 11 September 2001

           
Police State

           
Merchants of death

           

 

The
American Aggression Against Iraq

 

         
Opening comments

           
The tragedy suffered by Iraq’s people

           
The Iraqi “threat”?

           
The propaganda campaign against Iraq

           
Security Council Resolution 1441

           
“Weapons of mass destruction”

           
Arming the ally Iraq

           
Iraq under Saddam Hussein and the Kurds

           
1920, 1991 or 2003: Western aggression

 

 

Postscript Iraq: The Situation up to the American Invasion

 

           
Opening comments

           
Iraq is “lying” and US pressure on Hans Blix

           
Inspection reports I

           
American official propaganda efforts

           
Inspection reports II

           
The real “axis of evil”

           
The final inspection reports

           
“Authorise” an illegal war for “humanitarian” reasons

           
Denounce France & Hitler versus Czechoslovakia re-run

           
Concluding comments

  

SYNOPSIS

 

 

The
New World Order: Project for the New American Empire

  

By Stephen Kaposi, for the
Freedom Liberation Movement

 

 

 

CONTENTS:

 

1.            Introduction

2.         The American Empire
Part 1: The Past

3.         The American Empire
Part 2: The Present

4.         The “War on
Terror”

5.         September 11 &
Its Aftermath

6.         The American
Aggression Against Iraq

7.         Postscript Iraq: The
Situation up to the American Invasion

 

1) Introduction,
dated June 2003 : The introduction to the book is a general introduction
consisting of a summary of each of the book’s chapters together with
additional commentary and the latest news reports to the end of June. The
Introduction summarises the opposition to the war and gives some answers to
those ordinary people who so willingly supported the war without knowing the
truth concerning the great weapons lie or even the scale of the destruction
wrought in Iraq.

 

2) The American Empire Part 1: The Past,
dated January 2003 and updated to May 2003 : gives an outline of American war
making over the past 50 years. It starts with a general introduction to the
actions of a country whose leaders over the decades have presented a major
threat to the security and safety to many people in many countries around the
world. It then presents a summary of American actions in Central America and an
overview of some of the main American wars since World War Two.

 

Selected highlights and new
information of this chapter include:

 

  • Outlines the savagery that is America’s foreign
    policy since World War Two, and shows that nothing has changed in America
    – constant wars to satisfy America’s military and international
    geopolitical goals.

·       
Discusses the American-driven terror and brutality suffered by
Central and South America and the work of America’s terrorism school – the
School of the Americas.

·       
Highlights a little-known speech by Bush’s National Security
Adviser, in which she confirms that America won’t waste time on
“humanitarian interventions” (e.g. Somalia) – now that there’s a
“real” war to pursue.

·       
Shows just a taste of the massive influence, often for the worse,
America has wielded around the world in its constant interference in the
internal affairs of nations, including numerous “regime changes” to
eliminate governments unwilling to follow orders.

·       
Shows how American forces, based and present in so many countries
around the world, are already virtually occupying it worldwide empire.

 

3) The American Empire
Part 2: The Present
, dated January 2003 and updated to May 2003 : is the
sequel to the first chapter and presents a general discussion on America’s
current world campaign and some of its hypocrisy.

 

Selected highlights and new
information of this chapter include:

 

  • Reasons for America’s drive into, and the real
    importance of, Central Asia (the region including Afghanistan).
  • Shows the link between the Bush Administration and
    the oil industry and how the invasion of Afghanistan was an oil war.
  • An overview is presented of those pushing for
    American war – the right-wing “think tanks”, the current Bush
    Administration and the radical religious right.
  • Highlights a little-known fact that America’s
    “war on drugs”, declared when the world threatened to become peaceful by
    the Soviet collapse, was called off at the end of 2002 – as America has a
    “real” war to pursue.
  • Provides examples of how the so-called “right-wing
    think tanks” have set the agenda for Bush’s drive for wars to secure
    further world domination – a little-known example being America’s plans
    to militarise space.
  • Demonstrates the hypocrisy of America’s concern
    for women’s rights (in Afghanistan) and its demonising of Arab
    “fundamentalists” when Bush, allied to the extreme religious right-wing
    of America, can be accused of similar things. 

 

4) The “War on Terror”, dated March 2003 and updated
to May 2003:
provides the much-needed perspective to America’s
self-declared war to destroy its enemies world-wide and coincidently allow
increased arms sales for American weapons manufacturers, provide more military
bases around the world, allow access to new markets for American corporations,
further “globalisation” into new countries, bring more American-friendly and
compliant governments into the American fold, and basically see the destruction
of those not towing the American line. It discusses further the American
creation of wars and enemies to satisfy its huge military, especially from the
1980’s onwards, when the concept of “rogue states” was created to replace
the Soviet “threat”. It shows how America has “justified” almost every
one of its wars with either fabrications (Vietnam), provocations (Pearl Harbour,
1991 Gulf War and now perhaps North Korea and Iran from 2003 onwards), and
misappropriations of emotional events (World War One and September 11). It then
provides further discussion on American hypocrisy over the “war on terror”,
including the terror faced by people of Afghanistan and Iraq when bombs are
falling and killing.

 

Selected highlights and new
information of this chapter include:

 

  • Summarises the modern history of American war making
    and how America has created enemy after enemy to justify its huge military.
  • Shows how America has justified its involvement in
    all of its major wars of the 20th century with lies or
    misappropriations of events – could its first war of the 21st
    century be any different?
  • Offers much needed perspective to America’s “war
    on terror”, by showing that the people killed by the West is always okay
    and excusable.
  • Shows, in the case of Yemen, a specific example of
    how America manipulates countries to “join” its “coalitions”.
  • Shows how both America and Israel voted against a
    United Nations anti-terrorism resolution in 1987 while conducting terrorism
    themselves.
  • Offers examples of opinions that hold that it is
    possible to understand the reasons behind acts of terror like Palestinian
    suicide bombers and September 11. Understanding and accepting these reasons
    could lead to solutions to the causes of “terrorism” rather than just
    bombing and repressing the perpetrators (and plenty of innocents).
  • Offers a definite example, little known in the West,
    of Israel destroying chances of peace with the Palestinians to ensure the
    violence continues – the assassination of the Hamas founder, the day after
    Hamas’ spiritual leader made a remarkable peace offer that was barely
    mentioned in the media.
  • Shows the blood on the hands of US Secretary of
    State, Colin Powell, and the myth that he was a “moderate” of the Bush
    Administration.

 

5) September 11 and its
Aftermath
, dated March 2003 and updated to May 2003: outlines the
serious questions concerning the event and also discusses whether a “police
state” has been created in America in its wake and also the “merchants of
death” who are profiting from America’s self-declared “war on terror”.

 

Selected highlights and new information of this
chapter include:

 

  • Discusses the emergence of a Police State in America
    by the passing of the PATRIOT Act.
  • Shows just a sample of the people profiting from
    September 11 and the subsequent American wars “justified” by a single
    misappropriated event.
  • Outlines
    some of the questions concerning the events of September 11, reviewing the
    question marks that remain over the day’s events – questions that have
    barely been discussed and which the Bush Administration isn’t interested
    in answering. 

 

6) The American Aggression Against Iraq,
dated December 2002 and updated to May 2003: Gives an outline of the catastrophe
suffered by Iraq over the years at the hands of America and explains why the
“threat” from Iraq was purely propaganda based on lies, allegations and
exaggerations. The intention will be to show people, especially those who may
have supported the invasion of Iraq, why it was wrong and why it should have
been opposed. It also shows why the “weapons of mass destruction” issue was
merely an American excuse for it to achieve its greater goals. It also shows how
from mid-2002, people became slowly convinced by the American propaganda
campaign helped nicely by an unquestioning media, that there was some
“crisis” to be solved over Iraq.

 

Selected highlights and new information of this
chapter include: 

·       
An overview and history of Iraq in recent times, including the
sanctions era.

·       
Provides an overview of the American propaganda campaign launched
in mid-2002 to secure public support for war against Iraq, drawing on the
officially published words of American leaders.

·       
Provides examples of prominent people and organizations, including
American Congress people, who opposed America’s campaign against Iraq.

·       
Reviews the major reports on Iraq’s alleged weapons released by
America and Britain and their intelligence services, to show their dubiousness,
and reiterates the fact that its weapons and programs were virtually eliminated
by 1998.

·       
Explains how America duped the members of the Security Council to
pass Resolution 1441 against Iraq in November 2002, and then immediately set
about undermining the resolution’s intent and the Security Council’s will.

·       
Shows how America and Europe supplied Iraq with its “weapons of
mass destruction” during the 1980’s.

·       
Offers some perspective to the simple notion pushed by America
that Saddam Hussein “brutalised” and “repressed” the population, and in
fact used oil revenues to create a first world economy with excellent social
services that were the envy of the Middle East.

·       
Explains how the West have allowed Turkey to repress its Kurds,
while acting the exact opposite to Iraq and its Kurds, and points out that the
Iraqi Kurds have been encouraged to rebel with weapons and funding supplied by
America and Iran over the decades.

·       
Shows clearly for the first time in a mainstream work (as far as
this author is aware) the apparent lie that is the main example of propaganda
used against Iraq – the massacre at Halabjah in 1988 that was said to have
killed 5 000 Kurds.

 

7) Postscript Iraq: The Situation up to the
American Invasion
, dated March 2003 and updated to May 2003: This
chapter is the “sequel” to the first Iraq chapter described above. It
updates the situation with Iraq up until the American invasion of that country
and can be presented as the reasons why the war was wrong and unjustified. The
chapter thoroughly reviews the work of the United Nations inspectors, the
American allegations and the push for a Security Council resolution
“authorising” war to show that nothing justified the American invasion of
Iraq. This chapter is dated to the start of the American invasion, and news
reports to date have begun to confirm it, i.e. doubts about the allegations and
intelligence reports. This only confirms the importance of the work, to show
people who may have supported the war, that there was enough information
beforehand to have seriously doubted the allegations.

 

Selected highlights and new
information of this chapter include:

 

  • Provides a detailed look at the reports of the
    United Nations weapons inspectors and compares them to the main allegations
    produced by America and Britain, to show that there was no real basis to the
    allegations against Iraq. The chapter demonstrates, using direct quotes from
    American and British intelligence reports, and their leader’s words, that
    the allegations against Iraq were, at the worst, fabricated lies, and at the
    best, simply false and exaggerated. The chapter is, as far as this author is
    aware, one of the first thorough reviews of the whole situation concerning
    the work of the inspectors and the allegations made by America and Britain.
  • Shows how Bush’s National Security Adviser led and
    manipulated chief weapons inspector, Hans Blix.
  • Shows how Hans Blix’s reports to the Security
    Council were misrepresented by America, particularly the report of 27
    January 2003. This misrepresentation was repeated by the media with little
    counter-argument, and provided America with a propaganda coup in their
    attempt to gain public support. This chapter also shows how Blix changes his
    tune after this to dispel the notion he was giving America too much
    “ammunition” to further their campaign.
  • Shows how the American rhetoric on Iraq’s weapons
    was toned down through January to March 2003, as the inspectors revealed the
    truth in Iraq – to this author’s knowledge, a point not noted by anyone
    in the media or elsewhere.
  • Shows how our leaders shamelessly declared to have
    wanted “peace”, while demanding the Security Council authorise a war
    they had every intention of launching.
  • Shows the weakness of the excuse that the war was
    justified on “human rights” grounds, in that it was made clear the
    weapons issue was the reason for the war. 

  

Stephen Kaposi

June 2003

 

Copyright ã
2003, Stephen Kaposi. All rights reserved.

 

 

THE NEW WORLD ORDER: Project for
the New American Empire

 

INTRODUCTION

 

If I were to sum up the gist of this book, it is to
say that the United States of America (referred to simply as “America”), has
been, and still is, the world’s greatest bringer of death, destruction and
wars in the decades since World War Two. It is a title that it holds rather
easily, with daylight in second place, and is not at all a controversial claim
to make when the record is studied. While I’m on this subject, I may as well
describe America as the greatest “terrorist” and “rogue state” in the
world – those great terms invented by America to demonise its selected
enemies.

 

Such a statement may well bring gasps of outrage from
many American supporters, or those people who would be nominally supportive of
American actions for want of a dose of truth, perspective and sound arguments to
sway their opinions. American war making is responsible for far more death and
destruction than the American-declared “terrorists” have ever inflicted, or
could ever hope to inflict. There is a tremendous body of evidence to back up
these claims, which at first may sound controversial to those who haven’t
taken the time to find the truth that is almost daily suppressed or not reported
by our supposedly free media. American war making and killing is quite often
nothing but “terrorism” itself, certainly terrifying the all too many
innocent civilians killed and maimed by America’s often illegal and
overwhelming massacres masquerading as wars and attacks.               

 

The truth behind America’s wars and genocide as
well as the reasons behind the ‘September 11’ attacks are ignored and
suppressed by a media dominated by a few powerful organizations in league with
the American-led New World Order. The truth behind American wars of aggression
around the world must be told. Wars and attacks to satisfy America’s grand
international geopolitical goals, greedy business and economic interests, or
“justified” to counter the “threats” posed by at first the Soviets, and
then when they collapsed, the “rogue states” and “weapons of mass
destruction”. Or the latest manifestation of violent American aggression, wars
to effect “regime changes” in countries whose leaders are either brave
enough or stupid enough to challenge American world hegemony, maintain their own
independence, and control their own resources.

 

For New Years Eve celebrations to usher in 2003 in
Sydney, Australia (this author’s hometown), one of the themes was “peace”.
This word, along with an image of a dove, became a huge lighted image on the
Sydney Harbour Bridge. News reporters on TV spoke of ushering in a year of peace
or a world with peace, especially in relation to all that had gone on in the
past year (mainly from terrorists of course). This is a fine sentiment to be
sure, but it ignores the fact that at the time America was planning and building
up for a war, a war that Australia, and many of its people, would support. The
only country overtly planning a war of aggression (against Iraq) was America,
and in the last 2 – 3 years alone has waged aggressive war against two
countries (Yugoslavia and Afghanistan). Add to this America’s constant
reminders that it can fight two wars at once as soon as the North Korean
“crisis” erupted at the end of 2002. If Australia opposed a war on Iraq,
then I would have supported a call for “peace” – as it was, it was a
hollow phrase. With our government’s current attitude, we were really ushering
in a year of war.

 

This book begins with two chapters
that are linked with the overall intention of showing that America plans
for and manufactures constant wars to satisfy its huge military with the
intention of spreading its influence and “globalisation” around the world.
Chapter One, The American Empire Part 1: The Past, basically gives an
outline of American war making over the past 50 years. It starts with a
general introduction to the actions of a country whose leaders over the decades
have presented a major threat to the safety and security of so many people in so
many countries around the world. It then presents a summary of American actions
in Central America and an overview of some of the main American wars since World
War Two. Selected highlights and new information of this chapter include:

 

  • Outlines the savagery that is America’s foreign policy since
    World War Two, and shows that nothing has changed in America – constant
    wars to satisfy America’s military and international geopolitical goals.

·        
Discusses the American-driven terror and brutality suffered
by Central and South America and the work of America’s terrorism school –
the School of the Americas.

·        
Highlights a little-known speech by Bush’s National
Security Adviser, in which she confirms that America won’t waste time on
“humanitarian interventions” (e.g. Somalia) – now that there’s a
“real” war to pursue.

·        
Shows just a taste of the massive influence, often for the
worse, America has wielded around the world in its constant interference in the
internal affairs of nations, including numerous “regime changes” to
eliminate governments unwilling to follow orders.

·        
Shows how American forces, based and present in so many
countries around the world, are already occupying and policing the American
worldwide empire.

 

Past White House administrations have been bad
enough, but never before has such a dangerous “regime” been in power as the
current George W. Bush administration. It is armed with a tremendous
“justification” for its actions, and willing to stop at nothing to achieve
its goals – whether it be conducting an outrageous lie-ridden propaganda
campaign that Joseph Goebbels would have been proud of; steamrolling the United
Nations to make it “irrelevant” in the face of naked American aggression and
terrorism; spreading its reach around the world; toppling any sovereign national
government that stands in its way; and bullying others thinking of pursuing
independence into submission by threats, economic leverage and demonstrations of
power. Chapter Two, The American Empire Part 2: The Present, is the
sequel to the first chapter and presents a general discussion on America’s
current world campaign and some of its hypocrisy. Selected highlights and new
information of this chapter include:

 

  • Reasons for America’s drive into, and the real importance of,
    Central Asia (the region including Afghanistan), as well as Iraq.

  • Shows the link between the Bush administration and the oil industry
    and how the invasion of Afghanistan was an oil war.

  • Highlights a little-known fact that America’s “war on drugs”,
    declared when the world threatened to become peaceful by the Soviet
    collapse, was called off at the end of 2002 – as America has a “real”
    war to pursue.

  • Provides examples of how the American right-wing think tanks have
    set the agenda for Bush’s drive for wars to secure further world
    domination – a little-known example being America’s plans to militarise
    space.

  • Shows how the current Bush administration is linked to the radical
    and extremist American religious right.

  • Demonstrates the hypocrisy of America’s concern for women’s
    rights (in Afghanistan) and its demonising of Arab “fundamentalists”
    when Bush, allied to the extreme religious right-wing of America, can be
    accused of similar things. 

 

Chapter Three, The “War on Terror”,
provides the much-needed perspective to America’s self-declared war to destroy
its enemy’s worldwide. This war coincidently allows increased arms sales for
American weapons manufacturers, provides more military bases around the world,
allows access to new markets for American corporations, furthers
“globalisation” into new countries, brings more American-friendly and
compliant governments into the American fold, and basically sees the destruction
of those not towing the American line. It discusses further the American
creation of wars and enemies to satisfy its huge military, especially from the
1980’s onwards, when the concept of “rogue states” was created to replace
the Soviet “threat”. It shows how America has “justified” almost every
one of its wars with either fabrications (Vietnam), provocations (Pearl Harbour,
1991 Gulf War and now perhaps North Korea and Iran from 2003 onwards), and
misappropriations of emotional events (World War One and September 11). It then
provides further discussion on American hypocrisy over the “war on terror”,
including the terror faced by people in Afghanistan and Iraq when bombs are
falling and killing. Selected highlights and new information of this chapter
include:

 

  • Summarises the modern history of American war making and how
    America has created enemy after enemy to justify its huge military.

  • Shows how America has justified its involvement in all of its major
    wars of the 20th century with lies or misappropriations of events
    – could its first war of the 21st century be any different?

  • Offers much needed perspective to America’s “war on terror”,
    by showing that the people killed by the West is always okay and excusable.

  • Shows, in the case of Yemen, a specific example of how America
    manipulates countries to “join” its “coalitions”.

  • Shows how both America and Israel voted against a United Nations
    anti-terrorism resolution in 1987 while conducting terrorism themselves.

  • Offers examples of opinions that hold that it is possible to
    understand the reasons behind acts of terror like Palestinian suicide
    bombers and September 11. Understanding and accepting these reasons could
    lead to solutions to the causes of “terrorism” rather than just bombing
    and repressing the perpetrators (and plenty of innocent people along the
    way).

  • Offers a definite example, little known in the West, of Israel
    destroying chances of peace with the Palestinians to ensure the violence
    continues – the assassination of the Hamas founder, the day after Hamas’
    spiritual leader made a remarkable peace offer that was barely mentioned in
    the media.

  • Shows the blood on the hands of US Secretary of State, Colin
    Powell, and the myth that he was a “moderate” or “dove” of the Bush
    administration.

 

The questions surrounding the events of 11
September 2001 are just that – questions. This author believes that it would
not be possible to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt in a court of law,
that the September 11 attacks were totally unknown by the American government,
intelligence or other groups that were in a position to prevent it. Chapter
Four, September 11 and its Aftermath, outlines the serious questions
concerning the event and also discusses whether a “Police State” has been
created in America in its wake.

                 

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