AMERICA'S HIDDEN AGENDA
The US government has a hidden agenda - a conspiracy to establish an American empire and rule the world.
The elite men in control are now so certain of their absolute power that they no longer conceal their plan for the New World Order.
The insiders behind US government policy, including Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld,[1, 2] have openly declared their bold vision for "American world leadership", a "global leadership" controlled by the White House.
NEW WORLD ORDER
Every intelligent adult on the planet should read the material published by The Project for the New American Century. These documents reveal the true factors shaping the world, at this time, for all to see. The PNAC is literally an "organization whose goal is to promote American global leadership".
The PNAC, which helps the US President decide official policy, openly speaks of America's "new order", which is also referred to as the "New World Order". The New World Order is heralded by the Latin motto "Novus Ordo Seclorum," meaning "a New Order of the Ages," which is enscribed on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States and printed on the back of every
PNAC calls upon Americans throughout the world to "embrace the cause of American leadership" as the US government creates "an international order friendly to our security, our prosperity, and our principles".
The events of September 11th are being used to manipulate public emotion, using people's grief, anger, and fear, to guarantee American support for the NWO, and "to launch a new era of American internationalism."
The PNAC is openly unfriendly toward Europe. They admit that the Bush administration "was hostile to the new Europe" from the beginning. The organisation boasts: "American leaders should realize that they are hardly constrained at all, that Europe is not really capable of constraining the United States" because "Americans are powerful enough that they need not fear Europeans". America has realised that "Europe has been militarily weak for a long time, but until fairly recently its weakness had been obscured."
The organisation for the new American era bluntly criticises the pursuit of peace by European nations as "weakness". They give the American people full credit for constructing the new Europe after World War II, acknowledging that "the Europe of today is very much the product of American foreign policy". But the almighty US government has no further need for its old European allies.
"Can the United States handle the rest of the world
without much help from Europe? The answer is that
it already does."
The British Council, a think-tank closely linked to the UK government's Foreign Policy Centre, is calling for the British government to retaliate and give the US government a "bloody nose".
CONFLICT ON THE HORIZON
Each step in the US government's agenda causes increasing friction between the New World embodied by America and "old Europe".[10, 11] In America's eyes, the reason why Europeans disapproves of American aggression against other nations is because: "Europeâ€™s military weakness has produced a perfectly understandable aversion to the exercise of military power."
"Given that the United States is unlikely to reduce
its power and that Europe is unlikely to increase
more than marginally its own power or the will to
use what power it has, the future seems certain to
be one of increased transatlantic tension."
Despite diverging policy, PNAC appreciates that Europe is essential to the events that will unfold during this century. Because America has become so powerful, "Europe must amass power, but for no other reason than to save the world".
As transatlantic tensions continue to escalate conflict is inevitable, and only the strongest side can prevail.
 Project for the New American Century, "Statement of Principles", 3 June, 1997.
 The Observer (UK), "Two men driving Bush into war", 23 February 2003.
 Project for the New American Century.
 Project for the New American Century, "About PNAC".
 Project for the New American Century, "Indonesia and Democracy", 7 June 2000.
 US Bureau of Engraving and Printing, One Dollar Bill.
 Project for the New American Century, "Power and Weakness", June 2002.
 Project for the New American Century, "Commit for the Long Run", 29 January 2002.
 BBC News, "UK 'should bloody US noses'", 26 February 2003.
 BBC News, "Outrage at 'old Europe' remarks", 23 January 2003.
 BBC News, "Congress lashes out at 'old Europe'", 12 February 2003.