Could the New World Order revolve around open-source, 3D printers, and crowdsourcing?

08/14/2014 - 00:00

  By Justin O'Connell -<br><br>Depending on who you talk to, the phrase "<a href="">New World Order</a>" means different things. To plenipotentaries and politicians, the "New World Order" might refer to "global governance," a form of cooperation among nation-states in which laws and policies are standardized. For another group of individuals, mostly independent and some academic researchers, "New World Order" refers to a post-Bretton Woods world order in which global institutions - like the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank and their associated think thanks - take authoritarian precedence over nation-states, creating effectively a "global government" defined mostly by its unity in economics and politics; including money, leaders, laws, etc..<br><br><a href="">READ MORE ON THE DOLLAR VIGILANTE</a>