eteran CNN correspondent Lou Dobbs
acknowledged that "they [the Bush administration] are creating a
New World Order," January 9, 2007 on his
internationally-broadcast news magazine "Lou Dobbs Live."
The 2.5-minute clip begins with Dobbs stating
that the North American Union (NAU) would fulfill Bush #41’s
dream of a New World Order (NWO)—and then cuts to stock footage
of #41 making the statement in 1991 (see photo below).
The segment affirms concerned Americans’
warnings that the NAU is a key component of the NWO agenda and
they are both linked to the loss of American national
sovereignty. Because Dobbs has consistently been critical of the
Bush administration’s policies with regard to "free trade" and
the open border with Mexico—and he has not been fired or
scandalized, we can infer that his dissidence is being aired so
the response can be measured.
Regardless, Dobbs said, "It’s a straight
forward assault by the elitists"; "it’s a stealth agenda by the
private corporate elite" and; "its the surrender of the
sovereignty of the United States."
One thing is certain, Dobbs said some things
on international television that conspiracy factualists have
been saying—to anyone who will listen—for a long time.
George HW Bush ringing in the New World Order, March 6, 1991
Pictured at left is President Bush #41 when
he announced that a "new world [order] is coming into view"
during his state of the union speech March 6, 1991. The
president is flanked by his vice-President Dan Quayle and House
Speaker Tom Foley (D-WA). President Bush #43 has just been
accused by CNN correspondent Lou Dobbs (above) as
fulfilling his "daddy’s dream." Dobbs sees #41’s corporate
elitist "dream" as a nightmare for the people.
Lou Dobbs, CNN Veteran