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It Happened In 1948

in 1948 took place in particular the following events [Sources: L’internaute (in French), Wikipedia] :

Wiener lays the foundations for cybernetics
The mathematician Norbert Wiener published in 1948 a resounding book titled, “Cybernetics, or control and communication in the animal and the machine”. For the first time, he defines cybernetics as a science of the mechanisms of communication and control in living beings, machines and organized systems. It is the measure of the information provided by a series of messages. This book has been very successful since its publication. It will be considered the reference in cybernetics
GATT [forerunner of the WTO] enters in effect
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade enters in effect. Signed on 30 October 1947 by twenty-three countries, its objective is to revive world trade by lowering and harmonizing tariff and quantitative tariff barriers. Thereafter, the GATT will be the subject of several multilateral negotiations, commonly called “rounds”, while its members are more numerous. The main rounds of negotiations, such as the Kennedy Round or the Tokyo Round, will result in a drastic reduction of tariffs. Another, of paramount importance, is the Uruguay Round, which will focus on the areas of agriculture and services and, at the end of the discussions, will lead to the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Assassination of Gandhi
The “father of the Indian nation” is murdered by three bullets by the Hindu extremist Nathuram Godse during a public prayer. Godse blames Gandhi for being too supportive of the Muslim Indian cause. For 78 years, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, known as Mahatma Gandhi (Mahatma meaning “Great Soul”), has professed radical non-violence, “ahimsa” and passive resistance against the British occupier. Gandhi had chosen to make his voice heard by political fasting to obtain satisfaction of his claims. Two million Indians will attend his funeral
Signature of the Brussels Treaty
The representatives of Benelux, Great Britain and France sign the Brussels Treaty establishing the WEU (Western European Union). It is a regional pact of military and economic assistance valid for a period of 50 years to which other countries can rally. At the request of France, Germany is designated as a potential adversary in the part of the treaty concerning common defense. The military authorities of the Brussels Treaty will be incorporated into those of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in December 1950
Establishment of the OEEC [forerunner of the OECD]
In order to distribute the financial aid proposed by the Marshall Plan to facilitate European reconstruction, joint administrative bodies are set up. For example, the European Organization for Economic Co-operation (OEEC) is created and charged with spending equitably on appropriations between the various states of Western Europe. Its aim is also to strengthen economic relations among its seventeen members and to liberalize trade and monetary exchanges. But at the end of the 1950s, the OEEC will be weakened by disagreements between EEC members and states in favor of a free-trade area. In 1961 OEEC will be replaced by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
European Congress in The Hague
Under the leadership of the International Coordination Committee of the Movements for European Unity, nearly 800 delegates from all European political tendencies meet in The Hague. Some representatives from Canada and the United States are also present. Winston Churchill is responsible for chairing the convention. In September 1946, during a speech in Zurich, the latter had already shown his interest in a possible creation of the “United States of Europe”. Thus, since the end of the Second World War, the idea of European unity has come to the fore and is gaining strength in people’s minds. The aim of the congress is to set up a European Economic, Political, Cultural and Monetary Union. From this meeting will be born the European Movement and the Council of Europe
The birth of the State of Israel
On the very day that the British mandate over Palestine comes to an end, President Chaim Weizmann proclaims the State of Israel. The old state of Israel had disappeared in AD 70, when Jerusalem had been destroyed by the Romans. The UN decides to formalize the creation of Israel by dividing former Palestine into two states, one Arab, the other Jewish. The Arab-Muslim world will reject the compromise and will immediately attack Israel.
Beginning of the Berlin blockade
In response to the Allies’ decision to violate the Potsdam agreements by merging the American, English and French occupation zones and establishing the Deutschemark, Stalin decided to establish a blockade around Berlin. Faced with this blockage, Westerners will take only two days to find a solution that avoids war and whose effectiveness, both factual and symbolic, is guaranteed: they put in place an air blockade to supply the city. But, from now on, the break between the two blocs, and consequently between the two Allemagnes, seems to have been ratified. Even if the blockade lasts less than a year, West Berlin has become an enclave for over forty years
Universal Declaration of Human Right
The UN adopts the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Inspired by the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, this text was essentially written by René Cassin and John Peters Humphrey. It sets out the fundamental rights of all individuals, including the right to equality at birth. The value of this text is primarily symbolic, no institution being able to enforce it
Orwell completes the writing of his novel “1984”
1984 is published the following year (in 1949).
Creation of the World Council of Churches
The World Council of Churches is a non-governmental, faith-based organization founded in 1948 as a “fellowship of churches that confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Savior according to the scriptures and strive to respond together to their common calling for the glory of the only God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit “. The objective of the WCC is harmony among Christians through common concrete achievements. It is not intended to become a “super church”. Its headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland
Genesis of NATO
NATO was signed in 1949, but its premises go back to the previous year.

Is it a mere coincidence if most of these events can be related to the New World Order, as precursors, as constitutive bricks or as annunciators?
As a reminder, the New World Order (or NWO, abbreviated) implies:

  • a single world government (precursor: UN);
  • a single international currency (precursor: petrodollar);
  • an international judicial system (precursors: International Court of Justice and International Criminal Court);
  • a unique economic system (precursor: WTO);
  • a unique health system (precursor: WHO);
  • a unique world religion (precursors: WCC, New Age, and Humanism from Freemasonry);
  • a world army (precursors: UN peacekeepers and NATO);
  • a world police (precursor: Interpol);
  • a unique educational system (precursors: school systems in most Western countries, which obey roughly the same rules, and incidentally Hollywood and the Internet);
  • a unique individual identifier (precursors: passports and identity cards);
  • etc.?

It should also be noted that 1948 was marked by the First Arab-Israeli War and can be considered as a prelude to the resistance to the New World Order.

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