“Out of these troubled times, our…objective can emerge–‘a New World Order.'”
— George Bush, Sr., Dubya’s Daddy
When you mention the word “conspiracy” to explain a situation, most people tune you right out. They think you’re a whack-oh. Yet, the U.S. Congress, as dumb as it is, subscribes to the proposition that there is such a thing. After the Civil War, it passed a law, the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, to make it a crime for two or more individuals to agree to fix the price of goods in restraint of trade. Every day in America, in both the state and federal courts, a defendant faces charges dealing with the “crime of conspiracy.” Conspiracy is as American as apple pie. Therefore, I submit that the evidence is compelling that there is an ongoing conspiracy, hatched by the New World Order, to reduce the U.S. to a vassal state. Which leads me to this question: Is Dubya, President George W. Bush, Jr., one of its covert agents?
The last seven and one half years has been an absolute disaster for the American Republic. Under Dubya’s reign, we have suffered with lethal wars of choice in both Iraq and Afghanistan, resulting in huge casualty numbers; a failing economy with a loss of hundreds of thousands of middle class jobs, a sharp decline in the value of stocks and of the dollar, too; Katrina and massive flooding in the Heartland of America, prompted in part by Global Warming and defective levees; and a foreclosure rate in the housing market that mirrors the worst days of the Great Depression.
As I write, banks are going under, monthly. About 150 may be in serious trouble. And “The Fed” is held in the lowest possible esteem, thanks mostly to Alan Greenspan’s gross ineptness when he was its Czar.  The two wars will cost taxpayers a staggering $3.5 trillion, which will be added to our present national debt of $9.5 trillion. Meanwhile, gasoline is selling at an average $4.10 a gallon, with no end in sight as to increases. In fact, if Dubya takes us into a war with Iran, you may be paying $10 for a gallon of gas! It is fair to say that Dubya, and his predatory gang, have inflicted more damage on our country than any foreign enemy could inflict.
On another front, the current U.S. Congress has the lowest approval ratings in the history of polling by Rasmussen Reports. It scores at just nine percent.  The voters polled think less of their elected politicos in Washington, D.C., than they do of the dreadful Dubya himself. The Globalists Wise Guys on Wall Street, mostly unregulated, have played a huge part, too, in this unfolding tragedy. Think Bear Stearn’s bailout and Enron!  Then, there are the “speculators” in the commodity markets, who have been given a green light to drive up both oil and food prices. 
Whose side is Dubya on? Is he working for the American people or for someone else? Who has profited from his demented policies? The answer has to be: “Not the vast majority of the American people!” Dubya does a good job of posing in front of the American flag, but what flag does this cowboy really serve?
How did the U.S., which stood as a mighty colossus astride the globe after the end WWII, fall into such a miserable state in 2008? Was it by accident? FDR said: “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happened, you can bet it was ‘planned’ that way.”
A few decades ago, I stumbled onto a book, “The Anglo-American Establishment,” written by a scholarly author and history professor from Georgetown U., the late Carroll Quigley. In his treatise, he documented with extensive footnotes, the existence of a secret cabal, in 1891, centered around the grasping British imperialist, Cecil Rhodes. The cabal’s objective was the creation of a “New World Order.” At p. 33 of his book, Mr. Quigley restates from Rhodes’ first “Last Will and Testament,” signed in 1877, some of the purposes of his emerging secret society. It called for “the extension of British rule throughout the world…and the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of a British Empire.” How does that last part grab you?
Recently, another book, “Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300,” ended up in my library. Its author is Dr. John Coleman, a former MI6 operative. Coleman’s book isn’t in the same literary league with Quigley’s brilliant effort, but it does bring the sinister connivings of the Rhodes’ cabal up into the present time, but without the detailed documentation and learned interpretation that Professor Quigley’s was so famous for.
Cutting to the chase, here’s the bottom line: Under the guise of international trade treaties, the U.S., Mexico and Canada will be merged into one system–a Super State. It will be controlled by the Wire Pullers–the cunning heirs of the Rhodes’ cabal. The American Republic, forged by our Founding Fathers, will exist only on paper!
In his 1992 book, Dr. Coleman charged, on p. 36, that the global elite planned to “deindustrialize America…to accelerate the collapse of first the steel industry, and then the auto and housing industries…resulting in a postindustrial, zero-growth society.”  What a prophet! He went on to allege that the elitists will create “one crisis after another” in order to more easily brainwash and manipulate the populace. (Doesn’t 9/11fit into that prescription?)  Dr. Coleman further speculated that “we are being brainwashed [by the corporate controlled media and by other scientific-based methods] “to give up the Constitution itself…and to permit the President to break U.S. law with impunity, [so he can] invade a foreign country.” Was the attack on Iraq Neocon inspired? Was the media their accomplices? “We are being brainwashed,” Dr. Coleman added, “to accept…every lawless act carried out by our government.”
As an aside on the pitiful status of the media, pundit Nicholas von Hoffman sent out the following broadside. Commenting on the recent death of Tim Russert and his funeral–Russert was a Buffalo-born, ex-coat holder for Sen. Patrick J. Moynihan)–he wrote: “The mourning ceremonies for Russert offered a window on Washington, where the crosshatching of journalism, politics, and commerce is so fine that the boundaries are inscrutable.” (TAC, July 14, 2008).
Getting back to Dubya. He said of the U.S. Constitution: “It’s just a Goddamned piece of paper.” While he has been in the White House, our ancient rights have been shredded from the gutting of Habeas Corpus to the rescinding of important parts of the Fourth Amendment with the passage of the new FISA law. The U.S.A. Patriot Act and the Military Commissions Act, among other laws, have granted Dubya, and his predecessors, mostly unchecked power to suppress, at will, any dissent in this nation. 
As to the abysmal state of our Civil Liberties, I strongly recommend Naomi Wolf’s book, “The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot,” and Jim Marrs’ riveting tome, “The Rise of the Fourth Reich.” Both of these scribes envision “a Police State America” that should make every thoughtful citizen shudder with fear for themselves and for their children. Marrs writes: “In Fascist Italy and Nazi German, the state gained control of the corporations. In modern America, corporations have gained control over the state…Today, anyone who criticizes foreign policy…or even questions national policies, opens himself up to charges of being unpatriotic…  The philosophies of Fascism are alive and active in modern America.”
I’m convinced that there is an ongoing conspiracy to destroy the American Republic. The evidence for it is growing more abundant every day. Open your eyes and see it for yourselves. And, I also submit that Dubya, if he isn’t a covert agent for the New World Order, sure as heck acts like one. Only a probe of his conduct by a Special Prosecutor can establish the truth.
Dr. Coleman’s remedy to this predicament is this: “The only way we can fight back is by exposing the conspirators and their multiplicity of front organizations…Only a crash program will stop the rot which is consuming our nation.”
As America collapses, Dubya plans to go golfing with his daddy, on July 21, 2008, at Kennebunkport, Maine. I say, begin saving our Republic now by impeaching Dubya. 
Notes:. “Greenspan’s Bubbles” by William A. Fleckenstein, with Frederick Sheehan. . Rasmussen Report, July 8, 2008. . “The Trillion Dollar Meltdown” by Charles R. Morris. . “Stop the Oil Speculators” by Ralph Nader, 05/27/08.
. http://www.economyincrisis.org/ and
. “Dissent: Voices of Conscience” by Col. (Ret.) Ann Wright and Susan Dixon and
“Protesting Power” by Professor Francis A. Boyle and
“The Complex: How the Military Invades our Everyday Lives” by Nick Turse.