As the world is increasingly divided up into geographic “regions” under regional regimes cobbled together under the guise of pseudo-“free trade,” Israeli authorities are now quietly working to create what they call “free trade zones” with both the Communist Chinese regime and the Kremlin-dominated Eurasian Economic Union (member countries shown in green). The negotiations, officially announced this week, come as globalist plotters around the world accelerate their now-open efforts to subvert national sovereignty at a regional level — all on the road toward what top officials from Beijing and Moscow to London and Washington, D.C., regularly and openly refer to as their “New World Order.”
Speaking in Moscow on January 26, Russian strongman Vladimir Putin’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, and Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman celebrated the effort to yoke the Jewish state together with the emerging Eurasian Union super-state. “Several dozen countries have come up with proposals to sign agreements with the EEU about creating free trade zones,” the Kremlin’s Lavrov was quoted as boasting by the Russian Foreign Ministry. “Israel has also expressed such interest. Talks are underway with other countries as well and, if we agree, such a free trade zone could be created.”
Trying to downplay Moscow’s outsized role in the autocratic, sovereignty-crushing “Eurasian Union,” Lavrov said the negotiations are not only about what “Russia” wants. “We are no longer the Customs Union, but the Eurasian Economic Union, which includes Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia,” he said. “Kyrgyzstan will join us in a couple of months.” Separately, other “Eurasian” officials, currently plotting a regional currency, boasted that, in addition to Israel, over 30 other governments and dictatorships from around the world were hoping to ink “free trade zone” schemes with the EEU.
Israel’s Liberman, meanwhile, confirmed the talks but emphasized that Jerusalem was not considering a full-blown merger with the European Union-style regime being foisted on former Soviet states. “We are negotiating creation of a free trade zone, not accession to the Eurasian Union,” Liberman was quoted as saying. The Israeli government already has a similar “free trade zone” deal with the Brussels-based EU, he added. According to Israeli media reports citing the Chinese Communist dictatorship’s “Commerce Ministry,” talks to create a “free trade” regime between Israel and Beijing will also begin this year.
As The New American reported from the Knesset (Parliament) last year, though, more than a few Israeli leaders are well aware of the Communist Chinese regime’s unparalleled barbarity. From forced abortions to harvesting the organs of dissidents and murdering more human beings than any other entity in human history, Beijing remains among the most savage powers on Earth. As such, it is hardly surprising that top “New World Order” proponents — from David Rockefeller to George Soros — remain such unabashed Beijing apologists, with Soros even saying the communist regime should “own” what he called the “New World Order” as America loses its role.
Separately, as Communist China negotiates a “trade” regime with Israel, Beijing is also working to finalize a series of similar agreements with various Arab dictatorships, including those ruling Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and others. Meanwhile, throughout the Middle East, myriad “integration” schemes such as the “Gulf Cooperation Council” and the Arab League are quietly at work subverting national sovereignty and erecting transnational “authorities.” Among other plots, as The New American reported last year, the Council on Foreign Relations and various other globalist outfits are even pushing to impose an EU-style “Middle East Union” — a regime that supporters hope will include Israel and stretch from North Africa to South Asia.
The move to create what legendary economists have referred to as “managed trade” deals between Western-minded Israel and the so-called East — Beijing, Moscow, and the Kremlin’s EEU — would seem to contradict the widely held notion that Putin, Communist China, and the rest of the so-called BRICS are actually at odds with globalists in the West. In fact, as strategists for globalism have made clear, the road to “World Order” must first be paved with sovereignty-smashing regional regimes, virtually always foisted on populations under the guise of “free trade.” And Putin’s EEU is a key component of it all, as this magazine has documented extensively.
Real free trade, of course, does not require surrendering national sovereignty and self-government, or submitting to, among other concerns, thousands of pages of bureaucratic regulations and international “tribunals” with the purported authority to overrule elected representatives. Perhaps the best example of how the globalist-driven process ultimately works is the perpetually expanding and crisis-plagued EU. It all began as a mere coal and steel agreement, followed by a simple “free trade zone,” with each successive attack concealed behind innocent-sounding “trade” rhetoric offered to the public. Eventually, though, as is now clear, the supposed “trade” regime morphed into an unaccountable super-state that rules its formerly sovereign “member states” from Brussels by unchallengeable bureaucratic decree.
Beyond Europe, the trend toward regional government supplanting national sovereignty and self-government is now accelerating worldwide. In Africa, for example, the African Union, now led by the Marxist mass-murderer Robert Mugabe, who turned Zimbabwe, the breadbasket of Africa, into the epitome of a national basket-case, increasingly dictates policy across the continent. The Socialist-controlled Union of South American States (UNASUR or UNASUL) is making similar moves in South America as the region moves toward a regional currency, regional “Parliament,” and even a regional military force. Closer to home, NAFTA laid the foundation for what globalists ultimately hope will become a North American regime. A wide variety of similar “integration” regimes are quietly smashing sovereignty around the world, too.
All of it fits perfectly with the globalist plan, as outlined by top globalists. In 1995, senior globalist and ex-National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, architect of David Rockefeller’s infamous Trilateral Commission, outlined elements of the broader plan and the end goal. “We do not have a New World Order…. We cannot leap into world government in one quick step,” Brzezinski said at the “State of the World Forum,” convened by former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev and backed by the Rockefellers and other establishment forces in the West. “In brief, the precondition for eventual globalization — genuine globalization — is progressive regionalization, because thereby we move toward larger, more stable, more cooperative units.”
More recently, globalist architect Henry Kissinger, who was a controversial U.S. national security advisor and secretary of state,outlined exactly the same strategy on the road toward what he calls the “New World Order” — also known as world government. “The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another,” Kissinger explained in an excerpt from his book World Order that was published last year by the Wall Street Journal. And as is plain to see, that is exactly what is happening, from the EU and the AU to Putin’s EEU and Israel’s “free trade zone” with it.
Of course, trade is widely recognized by virtually every credible economist as essential to economic prosperity. The mischaracterized “free trade” regimes swallowing up the world’s nation-states, however, have much less to do with genuine free trade than they do with undermining national sovereignty and self-government. If the imposition of what globalists call the “New World Order” is to be stopped or even slowed down, humanity must reject pseudo-free-trade regimes in favor of genuine free trade, national independence, liberty, moral values, and self-government. The alternative, already coming into view, is an end to nationhood as it is currently understood, with all political power gradually becoming centralized at the international level. Needless to say, for virtually all of humanity, history shows that will be a disaster.
Alex Newman, a foreign correspondent for The New American, is normally based in Europe. Follow him on Twitter@ALEXNEWMAN_JOU. He can be reached at