By Mike Blair
Exclusive to The SPOTLIGHT
Washington, DC — During the Persian Gulf war and the military buildup leading to it, President George Bush began using the term “New World Order,” often suggesting that the commitment of so-called multinational forces involved in the military effort was the beginning of this alleged worldwide utopia.
Supposedly using the vehicle of the United Nations, Bush’s New World Order would be the arbitrator of all world problems and the apparatus to enforce globalist dictates through the use of armed forces combined from the armies of member nations.
The UN law would be, regardless of the nationalist interests of individual countries, the final word. Actually, even the mention of a New World Order would normally be anathema to thinking Americans and, in particular, conservative political leaders and civil libertarians.