See How The Elite View The World In The Globalist Map Room

A serious movement, for good or ill, generally develops strategies and plans for long-term execution. Such strategies may not be evil in and of themselves. The end result will eventually reveal the true nature of the scheme.

Sun Tzu wrote the seminal “Art of War” somewhere at the turn of the 5th century B.C., whose timeless strategies may be used for good or ill in numerous contexts.

“Thus it is that in war the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won, whereas he who is destined to defeat first fights and afterwards looks for victory.”[1]

Niccoló Machiavelli developed a sophisticated system of management, laying “down the law about how princes should rule; because just as men who are sketching the landscape put themselves down in the plain to study the nature of the mountains and the highlands, and to study the low-lying land they put themselves high on the mountains, so, to comprehend fully the nature of the people, one must be a prince, and to comprehend fully the nature of princes one must be an ordinary citizen.”[2]

God wrote a set of instructions for the Judeo-Christian peoples in what is known as the Bible, whose countless ancient manuscripts date back thousands of years.

G. Edward Griffin developed a secular stratagem and “Creed of Freedom” for the 21st century in what is today known as Freedom Force International.

Thus, as Machiavelli states, for the ordinary citizen to comprehend the nature of the frog prince globalist, let them march themselves upon the highlands.

Mackinder’s “Heartland” (1904)

“Who rules East Europe commands the Heartland, Who rules the Heartland commands the World Island, Who rules the World Island commands the World.”

Sir Halford Mackinder, a master British geopolitical strategist, is a figure whose work all should study to some extent. The “Heartland” idea first came about in a 1904 presentation to the Royal Geographical Society.[3] The Heartland was defined as the former U.S.S.R. in addition to what he termed Lenaland and whose theory he found even more prescient in 1943 than 1904.[4] The World Island was of course the great landmass of Eurasia. He interestingly notes how when coal and oil are exhausted, the Sahara may be where the planet will focus its energies in deriving solar power.[5]

Spykman’s “Rimland” (1938)

Nicholas J. Spykman redefined Mackinder’s theory, believing that control of the Outer Heartland, the Crescent or Rimlands, is key to planetary domination. Believing power needed to be centralized from great centers moving outward, he drafted what today seems to be regionalism and what George Orwell may have alluded to in the ever-warring Eastasia, Eurasia and Oceania.

“Spykman sketched a geopolitical world framework consisting of two great landmasses, Eurasia and North America; three islands, South America, Africa, and Australia; and five major bodies of water.  Spykman concluded that the United States, with direct access to the Atlantic and Pacific basins, was ‘the most favored state in the world from the point of view of location.’”[6]

Post-War New World Map (1942)

Created by some Maurice Gomberg, this map warrants serious study, for many of its “plans” have already come to pass.[7] Years ahead of time, it had Israel located as “Hebrew Land.” Furthermore, it had the world divided into regions such as the United States of Africa (today the African Union), the United States of South America (today the Union of South American States) and finally a North American Union which today is in its embryonic NAFTA and Common Security Perimeter stage.[8]

“The bottom of the map contains a detailed explanation of the U.S. policy for the New World Order. Some of the points of this policy are as follows: (Biblioteca Pleyades)

  • A new world order for permanent peace and freedom will be established at the end of the War.
  • The U.S.A. must, altruistically, assume the leadership of the newly established world order.
  • The U.S.A., Britain, and the U.S.S.R. will undertake to guarantee peace to the nations, which will be permanently disarmed and demilitarized.
  • The U.S.A. will become invincible as a military, naval, and air power.
  • The U.S.S.R. will acquire the republics of Eastern Europe after the War.
  • There will be a demilitarized, federated United States of Europe.
  • Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean islands will be incorporated into the United States of America.
  • The land of the ancient Hebrews, known as Palestine and Trans-Jordan, will be united as a demilitarized republic called Hebrewland.
  • All natural resources will be nationalized and distributed to all nations.
  • Banking, investments, railroads, and power plants will be nationalized everywhere.
  • A world common monetary system will be established.
  • The unified “Supreme War Council of the United Nations” will be reorganized and transformed into a “Supreme Military and Economic Council” to assist in reconstruction and to enforce world peace.”

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Club of Rome (1968)

The infamous globalist Club of Rome first met in 1968. Their white papers dictate mass population reduction and the proponing of a false environmental religion. They developed a map carving the world up into ten regions.

The interesting thing with this map is if compared to the historical text of the Book of Daniel, whose manuscript dates back over two thousand years, Daniel interpreted that the fourth (Roman) empire would break into two legs of iron (Byzantine, ca. 324-395 A.D.) and that finally there would be ten toes of iron and clay ruling the world. Well, here we have ten planned regions written up by, ironically, the Club of Rome.[9]

FEMA’s Ten Regions (1970)

Ongoing efforts from Nixon’s Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 to subsequent executive orders have carved the United States into ten FEMA regions with each region having its own capital. This seems to go along with the preparations put in place for Continuity of Government (COG) as described by diplomat and professor Peter Dale Scott.

Bernard Lewis and the “Arc of Crisis” (1979)

Bernard Lewis was British Intelligence and a Bilderberg attendee. Utilizing the “Clash of Civilizations” mythology, the foundation for the Arab terrorist narrative was laid as the Cold War narrative was on its way out.[10]

UN Convention on Biological Diversity and the Wildlands Project (1992)

Dr. Michael Coffman’s fantastic effort to map out the United Nations radical environmental agenda for North America.

Zbigniew Brzezinski (1997)

War criminal Kissinger called the southern rim of Asia a “pivot of world security” demonstrating the continuation of thought since the time of Mackinder and Spykman. Brzezinski, in his magnum opus “Grand Chessboard”, tells us to keep the “barbarians” from coming together, implying a “global zone of percolating violence.”[11]

Project For A New American Century (2000)

Click the picture to explore this massive map.

Thomas P. M. Barnett (2003)

Strategic Naval War College researcher discusses the “Pentagon’s New Map,” which evidently seeks to bring in line the “non-integrating gap” or “non-globalized” sovereign part of the world into the “functioning core” or “globalized” world system. This is at the heart of what is happening in Libya today.

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Trans-Texas Corridor or NAFTA Superhighway (2005)

The required infrastructure under a North American Union, pushed along with the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP). Obama has just signed a deal allowing Mexican truckers into the U.S.

Ralph Peters and the “Project for the New Middle East” (2006)

This NATO training map was put together by the Lieutenant-Colonel in what seems to be the “Project for a New Middle East.”[12]


Color Revolutions (2008)

The ever-evolving blueprint used by the globalists in their color revolutions.[14]

Igor Panarin prediction of the collapse of America. (2009)

Project for the New World Order

People still want to talk to me about the spontaneity and greatness of the “Arab Spring,””democracy,” European Union regionalism now spreading like a virus and the Agenda 21 inroads we are beginning to see in nations worldwide, as if they just don’t get it.

Look at the maps. Look at the documentation going back a century. To see these designs and not factor them into world events is simply delusional.

The diagrams clearly dictate that the “Arab Spring” sprang from globalist think tank, Pentagon and NATO map rooms, composing one key variable of events now occurring in the Middle East. The NAFTA corridor eerily resembles something akin to European Schengen and clear progress toward the superhighway and integration is obvious. The UN Wildlands project seems to be coming alive in the Rural Council’s now being assembled by President select Obama. And, well, I’ll venture to say again that the old Club of Rome document resembles descriptions from a certain ancient text.


[1] Sun Tzu, Art of War. <>.
[2] Machiavelli, Niccoló, The Prince. <>.
[3] Mackinder, Halford J. “The Geographical Pivot of History.” The Geographical Journal 23.4 (1904): 298-321. <>.
[4] Mackinder, Halford J. “The Round World and the Winning of the Peace.” Foreign Affairs 21.4 (1943): 595-605. <>.
[5] Oldenburger, Gary E. “The Cold War: The Geography of Containment.” The Virtual Oldenburgers. <>.
[6] Sempa, Francis P. “Spykman’s World.” American Diplomacy. 3 Apr. 2006. <>.
[7] Jacobs, Frank. “The New World Order (1942).” Strange Maps. 6 June 2008. <>.
[8] “ATS Video: 1941 WW2 NWO Map.” Above Top Secret. 26 Feb. 2009. <>.
[9] Bay, David. “Hidden Agenda Behind the Unrest in North Africa and Middle East.” News With Views. 12 Mar. 2011. <>.
[10] Marshall, Andrew G. “Creating an “Arc of Crisis”: The Destabilization of the Middle East and Central Asia.” Centre for Research on Globalization. 7 Dec. 2008. <>.
[11] Nazemroaya, Mahdi D. “America’s “Long War”: The Legacy of the Iraq-Iran and Soviet-Afghan Wars.” Centre for Research on Globalization. 16 Sept. 2007. <>.
[12] Peters, Ralph. “Blood Borders.” Armed Forces Journal. June 2006. <>.
[13] Nazemroaya, Mahdi D. “Plans for Redrawing the Middle East: The Project for a “New Middle East”.” Centre for Research on Globalization. 18 Nov. 2006. <>.
[14] Baffi, Oskar. “Color Revolutions and Grey Eminences: U.S. NGOs, Spearhead of Interference?” Globalization of Security Trends and Perspectives. Ed. Alexandre Vautravers, Geneva: Webster University, 2007.

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