The so-called Barnett Plan, described in the book “The Pentagon’s New Map” by Thomas Barnett, is a continuation of the New World Order (aka New Underworld Order) plan of Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi. I will dissect my own reading of this unfortunately influential but God awful book. Barnett was asked by the United States Air Force to give the indoctrination presentation to every new officer who attained the rank of general.
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Barnett moved on to become chief analyst for the Israeli geostrategic analysis think tank Wikistrat. Whodathunk — and another rabbit-hole topic in itself. He is currently at Enterra and is writing for Esquire.
Barnett provided a precise strategy for establishing what will appear to the masses as a global socialist “democracy.” But in reality, this will be a global kakistocracy that will inevitably evolve into Illuminist global tyranny.
Furthermore, Barnett sees the U.S. military sistema as the linchpin to carry out the New Underworld Order (NUO). Underlying this is drinking the Kool Aid that the United States in its current, quite Satanic, Disney-like, clown world construct has something to offer to people living in what Barnett calls “the Gap.”
Barnett’s primary snake oil and comforting lies are that the U.S. has a sistema to sell to the rest of the world. That would be central bank-enabled runaway debt and usury problems, expanding wars problem, “drone assassination” problems, a vast income/wealth inequality problem (gigantic Gina factors), a Wall Street “looting” problem, a domestic rule by sub-zero tyranny, an NDAA/FISA spying problem, a satanic entertainment and porno industry problem, etc. ad nauseam.
The NUO seems to be out of ideas. When they’re out of ideas, they usually fall back on what they do best: telling lies and manipulating public opinion against some chosen enemy. In other words, military aggression. This is the snake-oil Barnett sells.
To those who might call me an unpatriotic or anti-American person, I can only retort: If your country is treating you like sh*t, and there’s been non-stop bombing and regime changes abroad for decades, then look carefully. It may no longer be your country but rather a hijacked kakistocratic Global Empire only posing as your former country.
“Everyone wants the truth until you tell it to them. Then, you’re an asshole.” –– George Carlin
So Barnett’s view of Americanism is the 180-degree opposite of ours (read 1,000 posts on our site), which he illustrated when he declared (page 17) that “the U.S. military is a force for global good that I believe has no equal. ” Once you imbibe or accept a dose of that fiction, you can actually accept the twisted mission he has in mind.
He points out (page 16) that since the end of the Cold War, all the wars and civil wars and genocides have occurred within the Gap. His vision for ending war “as we know it” begins with shrinking this Gap, and it ends with making globalization truly global.
The world can be roughly divided into two groups:
- Those whose shit doesn’t stink, who he calls the “Functioning Core.”
- The Non-Integrated Gap, characterized by unstable leadership and absence from international trade.
Here is a glimpse of what the “functioning core” looks like circa 2022.
The Core can be subdivided into Old Core (North America, Europe, Japan, Australia) and New Core (China, India, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Russia). The Disconnected Gap includes the Middle East, South Asia (except India), most of Africa, Southeast Asia and northwest South America.
So order out of chaos is the starting point of Barnett’s problem and “solution.” This begins with what Barnett calls “rule sets” that govern globalization. Indeed, on page 16 he states what he calls the audacious fundamentals.
“This vision propels a strategy for the United States, one that makes the audacious demand that America equate its national security with that of globalization’s continued survival and success,” he writes.
He argues the BIG LIE that the Sept. 11, 2001, Crime Syndicate false flag “proves” that “globalization requires a bodyguard, because there are still numerous forces throughout the Gap and even inside the Core working against it.”
On page 21, we get the punch line of this scam:
“Thanks to the global war on terrorism, we now understand that it likewise demands the clear enunciation and enforcement of a security rule set as well.”
Somehow, all of this fighting-boogeyman terrorism requires “the goal of universal inclusiveness,” which sneaks in mass open-border immigration as a New Age “enlightening process for everyone.” This is effectively Illuminism to break down high trust societies.
Barnett claims Integration of the Gap countries into the global economy will provide opportunities for individuals living in the Gap to improve their lives; thereby, presenting a desirable alternative to violence and terrorism. Naturally, Barnett argues that the U.S. military (as controlled by the NUO Crime Syndicate) is the only force capable of providing the military support to facilitate this integration, by serving as the last-ditch rule-enforcer. Barnett argues that it has been doing so since 9/11 by “exporting” security.
Bottom line: A Brave New World of rule sets designed by greedy globalist American kakistocracy psychopaths somehow reduces violent conflict. Violence magically decreases as rules are established by the NUO for dealing with international conflicts.
How has that been working out for ya so far?
herefore, the U.S. military should organize itself according to two functions: the “Leviathan” and the “System Administrator.” Leviathan’s oxymoronic purpose is the use of overwhelming force in order to end violence quickly. In the clown world, this is called “full-spectrum dominance.” Leviathan will take out governments to defend Core countries.
Barnett does recognize that America’s enemies will use asymmetrical war against the U.S., focusing on its economic interests and citizenry. I disagree in part, as I believe they will target super expensive weaponry. Network-Centric Operations (NCO) and weak links using asymmetric warfare were demonstrated this year in Saudi Arabia. Fourth-Generation Warfare (4GW) naturally favors definitions of conflict far less driven by technological advances than by the enduring qualities of men in combat has been neglected by the US.