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This timeline outlines events that some believe are pivotal in the establishment of the New World Order.[1]

  • 1815. At the end of the wars connected with the French Revolution, the conservative powers of Europe (Austria, Russia, Royalist France, and so forth) created the Holy Alliance. The purpose of this was to commit all its members to the suppression of liberal ideas wherever in any one member state they might take hold.[2]
  • 1903. ‘’The Protocols of the Elders of Zion’’ was released, an antisemitic fabricated text purporting to describe a Jewish plan for global domination. The forgery was first published in Russia in 1903, translated into multiple languages, then disseminated internationally in the early part of the 20th century.[3]
  • In 1913 the U.S. Federal Reserve system and the Internal Revenue Service were introduced. Owners of the "Fed" are said to be rich international bankers loaning money to the U.S. government at interest. They have the power to print money and control it without using the Gold Standard.
  • In the July 17,1926 Saturday Evening Post, the term "New World Order" was used for the first time in a popular magazine article to describe the work of Edward M. House in helping to create the League of Nations and helping to found the Council on Foreign Relations.[4] [1]
  • Between 1928 and 1940, H. G. Wells wrote of his hopes for "an efficient and beneficent world system" under one world-government.
  • In 1933, when Hitler came to power, he announced the coming of a, "New World Order" under Nazi rule, a Nazi New World Order - Nazi One World Government
  • In 1935, the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States with the Eye of Providence above the pyramid appeared for the first time on the back of the one dollar U.S. dollar bill.
  • In 1938, Lionel Curtis's The Commonwealth of God was published, advocating joint rule of the world by the USA and the UK.
  • From 1940 until her death in 1949, Alice Bailey published various books in which she called Zionism a "triangle of terror" and called for a New World Order in which Orthodox Judaism no longer existed.
  • The term "One World" originated in the 1943 book One World by liberal Republican Wendell Willkie. In the book Willkie described his 31,000 mile journey around the world from August 26 to October 14, 1942 in the Consolidated bomber "Gulliver" to meet with Allied war leaders.[5]
  • In 1944, the Bretton Woods Agreement was signed, outlining a regime for the post World War II world economy.
  • In 1945, the United Nations is founded.
  • In 1946, Bertrand Russell supported the Baruch Plan for establishment of a world government based on international control of atomic weapons, and advocated that the United States and the United Kingdom should use their atomic monopoly to compel the assent of the Soviet Union if necessary for the sake of achieving permanent world peace. On October 1, 1946, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists carried an article by Bertrand Russell entitled The Atomic Bomb and the Prevention of War, where he writes, "The American and British governments ... should make it clear that genuine international cooperation is what they most desire. But although peace should be their goal, they should not let it appear that they are for peace at any price. At a certain stage, when their plan (sic) for an international government are ripe, they should offer them to the world ... If Russia acquiesced willingly, all would be well. If not, it would be necessary to bring pressure to bear, even to the extent of risking war". [2]
  • 1950, the black helicopter was invented
  • In 1954, the Bilderberg Group was founded.
  • On March 25, 1957 the European Economic Community (European Common Market) was formed, which in 1992 changed its name to the European Union. Currently, the EU has 27 member states, 13 of which use a common currency, the Euro.
  • In 1961, Arnold Toynbee said: "in the present Atomic Age we shall not have assured the survival of the human race until we have established a world-government and made the present national governments subordinate to it".[6]
  • In 1963, the Codex Alimentarius Commission was established by the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization]], later to be backed by the World Trade Organization.
  • In 1973, David Rockefeller organized the Trilateral Commission.
  • In 1974, retail stores began using the Universal Product Code. Some regard the UPC as being the Mark of the Beast. [3]
  • On September 11, 1990, the President of the United States, George H.W. Bush gave his famous speech, "Toward a New World Order"[4][5] to a joint session of the United States Congress.
  • On January 1, 1995, the United Nations' International Trade Organization's (ITO) General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) group renamed itself the World Trade Organization (WTO).[6]
  • The WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity took place on November 30, 1999, when the World Trade Organization (WTO) convened in Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • When the September 11, 2001 attacks have been linked to ideas about the New World Order, they have sometimes been presented as a conspiratorial media-orchestrated plot to frighten Americans into giving up their basic liberties to a "Homeland Security" authority that will eventually turn control of the United States over to a multi-national "coalition government."
  • In 2002, the FDA approved the manufacture of the VeriChip Microchip implant. Much more intrusive than the UPC, this aroused people's fears that a future totalitarian government could enforce the implanting of these chips and thus fulfill the Book of Revelation prophecy regarding the Mark of the Beast. [7] [8]
  • In 2005, transhumanist futurist philosopher and computer scientist Ray Kurzweil reported that "The U.S. Joint Forces Command "Project Alpha"...envisions a 2025 fighting force that 'is largely robotic.' "[7].


  3. John Spargo, "The Jew and American Ideals". Harper & Brothers Publishers New York 1921 p. 20-40.
  4. Wilson, Robert Anton Everything is Under Control:Conspiracies, Cults, and Coverups New York:1998--Harper Perennial, page 127 (In section on the "Council on Foreign Relations")
  5. Willkie, Wendell One World New York:1943--Simon and Schuster
  6. Toynbee, Arnold J. A Study of History Volume XII--Reconsiderations London 1961:Oxford University Press Page 619
  7. Kurzweil, Ray The Singularity is Near New York:2005--Viking Page 333