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 **New World Order (NWO)** is a term used to describe a proposed societal framework in which the population of the world unites under a single world government. The term, and variations of it, has appeared in discussions, speeches and literature consistently since at least 1940, with its underlying policies and principles stemming out of [[totalitarianism]] and [[feudalism]]. **New World Order (NWO)** is a term used to describe a proposed societal framework in which the population of the world unites under a single world government. The term, and variations of it, has appeared in discussions, speeches and literature consistently since at least 1940, with its underlying policies and principles stemming out of [[totalitarianism]] and [[feudalism]].
  
-While an official definition of the term is left ambiguous (possibly intentionally), its earnest use appears to euphemistically reference the progression towards a centralized world government.((//New world order.// WikiSpooks. Retrieved January 19, 2022, from https://archive.ph/zlCFZ))+While an official definition of the term is left ambiguous (possibly intentionally), its earnest use appears to euphemistically reference the progression towards a centralized world government.((//New world order.// WikiSpooks. Retrieved January 19, 2022, from https://archive.ph/zlCFZ)) 
  
 While many cases of its use in earnest are from politicians, academics and other professionals, the term is simultaneously dismissed as a rallying cause around which "conspiracy theorists" unite.((//New World Order.// Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved January 19, 2022, from https://archive.ph/hDcCV)) ((Romano, A. (2020, November 18). //Conspiracy theories, explained.// Vox. https://archive.ph/9bHl6)) While many cases of its use in earnest are from politicians, academics and other professionals, the term is simultaneously dismissed as a rallying cause around which "conspiracy theorists" unite.((//New World Order.// Anti-Defamation League. Retrieved January 19, 2022, from https://archive.ph/hDcCV)) ((Romano, A. (2020, November 18). //Conspiracy theories, explained.// Vox. https://archive.ph/9bHl6))
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 In 1932, Wells and Joad founded the [[Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals]] (FPSI), which would go on to become the [[Progressive League]] in 1940.((Hilditch, S. //The Progressive League.// Humanist Heritage. Retrieved August 8, 2022, from https://web.archive.org/web/20220808172128/https://heritage.humanists.uk/the-progressive-league/)) In 1932, Wells and Joad founded the [[Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals]] (FPSI), which would go on to become the [[Progressive League]] in 1940.((Hilditch, S. //The Progressive League.// Humanist Heritage. Retrieved August 8, 2022, from https://web.archive.org/web/20220808172128/https://heritage.humanists.uk/the-progressive-league/))
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 ===== Goals and principles ===== ===== Goals and principles =====
  
-The goals of the New World Order conspiracy may be outlined by [[The Great Reset]] and other similar declarations.+The goals of the New World Order conspiracy may be outlined by [[The Great Reset]] and other similar declarations. Other factions or subsects of the conspiracy are the [[Deep State]], [[technocracy]], and the [[Singularity]].
  
 ==== Depopulation ==== ==== Depopulation ====
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