Joe Biden penned a piece for the Wall Street Journal entitled, “How I Learned to Love the New World Order,” in which he extolled “collective security” through the United Nations and called for a “permanent commitment of forces for use by the Security Council.” “Why not breathe life into the U.N. Charter?” Biden asked in his Journal piece.
Senator Biden was miffed that the Journal had cast him as a “neo-isolationist” because he had objected to the foreign-policy strategy of then-President George Bush (Senior), a strategy which Biden characterized as ‘America as ‘Globocop’. It’s important to remind ourselves of the context of those 1992 remarks.
Biden, a Democrat, was responding to the pronouncements and policies of President George Bush, a Republican, about this “New World Order,” a phrase with which most Americans were totally unfamiliar prior to September 11, 1990. On that day, President George Bush delivered his televised “New World Order” speech on the Iraq situation to a joint session of Congress, several months before launching the U.S. led attack on Saddam Hussein in the First Gulf War. “Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective, a new world order can emerge.”
On July 14, 1993, a little over a year after writing the Journal op-ed cited above, Senator Biden introduced Senate Joint Resolution 112 urging the new president, Bill Clinton, to initiate discussions to establish a standing United Nations army. Under his proposal, United States bases and facilities would be made available to train UN forces, and the president would not “be deemed to require the authorization of Congress” to make American troops, facilities, or other assistance “available to the Security Council on its call.”
It is not surprising that Biden’s latest NWO affirmation was before the Export-Import Bank. As well as being a principal avenue for corporate welfare (this year, 2013, Ex-Im’s “Lender of the Year” award went to Wall Street giant J.P. Morgan, which has been a key culprit at the center of financial crisis and taxpayer bailouts), the Ex-Im Bank also has been a major instrument of the CFR’s NWO policies, helping to finance the transfer of the U.S. industrial, manufacturing, and technology base from the United States to Communist China and other Third World countries. (See here and here.)