The world-war provocateur phenomenon


In the spring of 1815, Napoleon's



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In the spring of 1815, Napoleon's defeated France accepted an unconditional surrender to the Allies. Later that year, the victorious coalition promulgated the restorative Treaty of Paris to end the World War of 1812 and preserve international peace within the context of the new world government named the Concert of Europe.

  • Also established in 1815, this congress of nations began its mission to maintain global stability by restoring legitimate pre- Napoleonic European governments and defining national spheres of influence.

  • In the wake of the most cataclysmic human rights violations in modern history, including Napoleon's aggressive warfare and mass implementation of slavery, the Concert of Europe needed to establish an ethical foundation for its rule. In addition to outlawing aggressive war inside Europe, this new, wiser world order distinguished the moral legitimacy of its own rule with the formal condemnation of slavery in 1815, a landmark human rights accord that initiated the modern abolitionist movement.

    1. In the spring of 1945, Hitler's defeated Germany accepted an unconditional surrender to the Allies. Later that year, the victorious coalition promulgated the restorative Potsdam Agreement to end WWII and preserve international peace within the context of the new world government named the United Nations.

    2. Also established in 1945, this congress of nations began its mission to maintain global stability by restoring legitimate pre- Hitler European governments and defining national spheres of influence. This new world order functioned in the backdrop of the Cold War stalemate between America and the Soviet Union, also begun in 1945.

    3. In the wake of the most cataclysmic human rights violations in modern history, including Hitler's aggressive warfare and mass implementation of genocidal slavery in conquered territories, the United Nations needed to establish an ethical foundation for its rule. In addition to outlawing aggressive war globally, this new, wiser world order distinguished the moral legitimacy of its own rule with the establishment in 1945 of the World Court to prosecute the newly termed high crime, "crime against humanity", a landmark human rights accord that initiated the modern human rights movement.



    The start of THE "NEW WORLD ORDER" COUNTERREVOLUTION TO THE 3-YEAR-OLD WORLD WAR OF: NAPOLEON, HITLER AND BIN LADEN

    1. Geopolitical Revolution: In Year 27, one of the great geopolitical revolutions of the modern age began, with fronts in America, Europe and the Middle East. After three years of world war, the victorious belligerents launched this revolution to reorganize international spheres of influence in a bid at stabilized global governance.




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