Globalist John McCain Forewarns the “New World Order Under Enormous Strain”


The world “cries out for American and European leadership” through the EU and Nato, Senator McCain said. In a “new world order under enormous strain” and in “the titanic struggle with forces of radicalism … we can’t stand by and lament, we’ve got to be involved,” said McCain, chairman of the armed services committee in the US Senate.

Calls for Global Governance

US senator John McCain made these comments on March 24th at a Brussels economic forum organized by a think tank, EU Observer recounts.

“I trust the EU,” he said, as “one of the most important alliances” for the US. The EU and Nato were “the best two sums in history”, which have maintained peace for the last 70 years. He stressed the need to rely on NATO, an organization with “too many bureaucrats” but “not much bureaucracy”.

He says this as the EU implodes on itself, as Britain leaves and others threaten to leave, with internal growing opposition to the overpowering failure.

McCain implied the U.S. National Security team, which he admires, is being bypassed for the opinions of ideologues. Yet he is a globalist ideologue who has shown little regard for U.S. sovereignty, putting him in direct opposition to President Trump on almost every issue.

“The question is: who does the president listen to, who drives the tweets at 6 in morning?”, McCain told the European leaders.

He’s not worried about Russia owning the White House, he said further, but he’s worried about “the Russian role in our elections” though he has seen “no evidence they succeeded” in affecting the outcome of last year’s US vote.

What Senator McCain means by the “new world order” is most important because it is much the same as the leftist Democrats and even George Soros.

What He Means by New World Order

When McCain ran for president against Barack Obama in 2008, he chose the road of “global governance”.  Alliances with the U.N., other international agencies as well as abiding by international law would determine our future. He never spoke of preserving U.S. sovereignty and he fought for amnesty for all who entered illegally.

In his speech, “Remarks by John McCain to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council,” March 26, 2008, McCain said “leadership today means something different” because today, we have the “powerful collective voice of the European Union” and the “nations of India and Japan, Australia and Brazil, South Korea and South Africa, Turkey and Israel” to name a few. He promised a “collaborative foreign policy”.

At the time, McCain made these comments, the U.N.’s Law of the Sea Treaty or LOST was being bandied about. He posed no objection though it gave globalist control over the Seas.

During the speech, McCain committed to the extremist U.N. global warming treaty.

“We need to be good stewards of our planet and join with other nations to help preserve our common home. The risks of global warming have no borders,” McCain said as if he copied his speech from John Kerry’s in 2004.
Like Hillary Clinton, he sees a future of free trade “across all borders” because the promise of “North, Central and South American life” is “great”.Don’t be fooled by the lure of “free trade” he includes in his speeches. He clearly sees nation-states disappearing and being replaced by far broader regional alliances and their governing institutions.
“The powerful collective voice of the European Union” will diminish ours, he suggested.
Does he want a North American Union like George Soros on his way to an even wider global domination? It would seem so as he talked about “creating the new international institutions necessary to advance the peace and freedoms we cherish”.
“With globalization, our hemisphere has grown closer, more integrated, and more interdependent,” McCain declares. “Latin America today is increasingly vital to the fortunes of the United States. Americans north and south share a common geography and a common destiny.”
But why should trade with America’s neighbors necessarily lead to a “common destiny?” A “common destiny” with nations around the world consumed by communism, statism in all its forms? Why must we arrive at a “common destiny”? Are we to become one politically, economically, culturally? How else could it work?
One can clearly understand in reading McCain’s prior speeches and going through his website why he hates Trump and it goes well beyond the personal.
At the same time he calls for war over those issues he wants to attack, he calls for “a global effort at nuclear disarmament.”
Again, he wants global institutions in charge. He is very supportive of the IAEA.
“We have to strengthen our global alliances as the core of a new global compact — a League of Democracies — that can harness the vast influence of the more than one hundred democratic nations around the world to advance our values and defend our shared interests.”
No, that wasn’t a quote from George Soros, it was a quote from McCain.He called for closing GITMO but didn’t say where these beauties of war would go. In a US prison, they would be free to radicalize the prisoners.
“There is such a thing as international good citizenship,” he declared, never talking of making America great again with good U.S. citizens proud of their country.
McCain is an ardent supporter of the bureaucratic morass created to rule over the EU. Technocrats in Brussels dictate to nation-states and overrule the simplest efforts, even to the point of telling them what toasters they can buy and sell.
NATO, while we wouldn’t advocate abolishing it, is “obsolete” and other nations are not paying what they swore to pay. McCain, while telling the audience in Brussels this week that he supports Trump’s plan to have Europe pay more, also talked of the 1,000 Europeans who died defending freedom in the Middle East but failed to mention the 4,486 U.S. soldiers who died in Iraq, the 2,345 U.S. soldiers who died in Afghanistan, and the 1 million U.S. soldiers wounded in both wars, and a potential cost of up to $6 trillion. He was pandering and subtly diminishing President Trump.
In 2008, McCain spoke of the virtues of these alliances that have cost the U.S. so much more with little reward.
“The future of the transatlantic relationship lies in confronting the challenges of the twenty-first century worldwide: developing a common energy policy, creating a transatlantic common market tying our economies more closely together, addressing the dangers posed by a revanchist Russia, and institutionalizing our cooperation on issues such as climate change, foreign assistance, and democracy promotion,” declared McCain.
We are to become the North American Union and we are to develop the same energy and economic policies as the EU. The monetary assistance we give them will simply be more redistribution without accountability.
McCain’s vision is the of a world government and “global governance” because in his idealistic world, those with whom we join will follow our role model and we will all be free together. He’s been drinking the lemonade.

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Don Rowan
Don Rowan
6 years ago

McCain needs to be put in history post haste. He’s gone fruitloopy or satanic. Take your pick. The world IS NOT calling out for world governance…only the NWO order pukes who want to rule are.