President Joe Biden made a comment earlier this week during a meeting of business leaders at the White House that appeared to indicate his belief in a global "new world order."
"Now is a time when things are shifting. We’re going to – there’s going to be a new world order out there, and we’ve got to lead it. And we’ve got to unite the rest of the free world in doing it," he said.
The mainstream media has dismissed concern about this comment as a "conspiracy theory," and the idea that a unified, secretive global cabal controls the world is admittedly tough to swallow. But whether or not the global conspiracy theory is true, no one can deny that the president, and all the elitists in Washington, want to pursue a "new world order."
As Victor David Hanson writes for The Daily Signal, this new order is controlled by bureaucrats and elites who think they know better than everyday American citizens:
These “new orders” and “resets” always entail far bigger government and more unelected, powerful bureaucracies. Elites assume that their radical changes in energy use, media reporting, voting, sovereignty, and racial and ethnic quotas will never quite apply to themselves, the architects of such top-down changes.
So we common folk must quit fossil fuels, but not those who need to use corporate jets. Walls will not mar our borders but will protect the homes of Nancy Pelosi, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates.
Hunter Biden’s lost laptop will be declared, by fiat, not news. In contrast, the fake Alfa Bank “collusion” narrative will be national headline news for weeks.
Middle-class lifestyles will be curbed as we are instructed to strive for sustainability and transition to apartment living and mass transit. But the Obamas will still keep their three mansions, and Silicon Valley futurists will insist on exemptions for their yachts.
As the COVID-19 pandemic so clearly demonstrated, big-government politicians aren't afraid to use a crisis to remake our country into their own image. They'll use any excuse to make the Green New Deal a reality, increase federal power, and exercise extra-constitutional rights over the American people.
This trend towards bigger and more centralized power has been occurring for decades, and no one in Washington can stop it. That's why we shouldn't look to Washington. We should look to the people and the states, and their most powerful tool is found in Article V of the Constitution.
Article V allows the states to call a Convention of States to propose constitutional amendments. These amendments can limit federal power once and for call, impose fiscal restraints on Congress to keep them from funding their big-government iniativies, and mandate term limits to keep career politicians from using their positions for personal gain.
Five million Americans have voiced support for the Convention of States movement, and over two million have signed the official petition. Will you join them?