*sigh*Not a theory, as you can see. I didn't say that was "how the world works", merely quoting GB to demostrate his stated goal to form a "New World Order".
your "example" cites a goal based on an idea - an idea which is based on the theory that collectivism can make the world a safer place. if you take away that theory, then you consequentially take away the goal. conspiracy theorists such as yourself, disagree with the theory of collectivism - instead you keep the goal the same, but change the theoretical foundation so that you can paint the "nwo" in a bad light.
the goal that bush sr. mentioned has a whopping TWO lonely accomplishments in the u.n.'s 50+ years of existance. reality paints a much different picture than political rhetoric. fears about the nwo are much ado about nothing. the nation state remains the primary actor in international affairs, and events in the recent past show that it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
well, i'm a centrist, and used to be a registered republican - so it's not surprising to me.. i just think that bush suffers from king midas syndrome (except things he touches definitely don't turn into gold), and would throw a party if he were to suddenly die.What, I almost agree with you?? Say it isn't so!!