New World Order – The establishment of a World Government

Bahá’u’lláh preached a genuine “New World Order” (his term) required the
establishment of a World Government, World Parliament, World Code Of Law, World
Tribunal, World Police Force, World Language; a permanent single currency, an
international uniform tax, and unity of all the world’s religions under the
umbrella of the Bahá’í Faith.

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Government Fronts, Psycho-social Change Agents

The Bahá’í Faith’s reach and influence is worldwide. Their leaders have
contributed to the birth of the UN and take part in every conference related to
global governance and initiatives such as the drafting of Agenda 21 and the
Earth Charter. It is well recognized that the Bahá’í Faith is, for all intents
and purposes, the religion of the UN. With one of their offices located in the
UN headquarters, Bahá’ís have influenced and converted many international
politicians to the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh.

The Bahá’í Faith is as much a political force in the New World Order as it is
a spiritual one. The term “new world order”, as you will soon see, was coined by
Bahá’u’lláh himself in the late 1860s. I will end this article with a collection
of quotes that outline the beliefs and agenda of the Bahá’í Faith. The
organization, and its holy scriptures, advocates the following:

  • A World Super-State
  • A World Legislator
  • A World Parliament
  • A World Police Force
  • A Supreme Tribunal
  • Election of leaders through merit alone without
    nominations or the democratic process (the Administrative Order)
  • A single Universal Language
  • A permanent single currency
  • An international uniform tax
  • The implementation of Agenda 21 and the Earth Charter
  • The unity of all the world’s religions under the
    umbrella of the Baha’i Faith

In 1955, during the first decade review of the UN charter, the Bahá’í
International Community offered a statement to the United Nations, based on
ideas articulated nearly a century before by Bahá’u’lláh. “The Bahá’í concept of
world order is defined in these terms: A world Super-State in whose
favor all the nations of the world will have ceded every claim to make war,
certain rights to impose taxation and all rights to maintain armaments,
except for the purposes of maintaining internal order within their respective
dominions. This State will have to include an International Executive adequate
to enforce supreme and unchallengeable authority on every recalcitrant
member of the Commonwealth; a World Parliament whose members are
elected by the peoples in their respective countries and whose election is
confirmed by their respective governments; a Supreme Tribunal whose
judgment has a binding effect even in cases where the parties concerned have not
voluntarily agreed to submit their case to its consideration.”

– Bahá’í International Community. Proposals to the
United Nations for Charter Revision. May 23, 1955 (quoted from

Writing in the 1930s, Shoghi Effendi, who then led the worldwide Bahá’í
community, sketched out some of the functions and responsibilities for a future
world legislature. Among other things, he wrote: “a world legislature,
whose members will, as trustees of the whole of mankind… enact such
laws as shall be required to regulate the life, satisfy the needs and adjust the
relationships of all races and peoples.”

– Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh.
(Wilmette, Ill.: Bahá’í Publishing Trust. 1974.) p. 203. (quoted from

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Throughout His writings, Bahá’u’lláh consistently uses the terms “order”,
“world order” and “new world order” to describe the ongoing and
momentous series of changes in the political, social and religious life of the
world. In the late 1860s, He wrote: “The world’s equilibrium hath been
upset through the vibrating influence of this most great, this new World
. Mankind’s ordered life hath been revolutionized through the agency
of this unique, this wondrous System – the like of which mortal eyes have never

– Bahá’u’lláh, The Kitáb-i-Aqdas. Translated
by Shoghi Effendi and a Committee at the Bahá’í World Centre. (quoted from

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“… When the Supreme Tribunal gives a ruling on any international question,
either unanimously or by majority rule, there will no longer be any pretext for
the plaintiff or ground of objection for the defendant. In case any of the
governments or nations, in the execution of the irrefutable decision of the
Supreme Tribunal
, be negligent or dilatory, the rest of the nations will
rise up against it, because all the governments and nations of the world are the
supporters of this Supreme Tribunal. Consider what a firm foundation this is!
But by a limited and restricted League the purpose will not be realized as it
ought and should.”

– Selections from the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.
Compiled by the Research Department of the Universal House of Justice.
Translated by a Committee at the Bahá’í World Centre and by Marzieh Gail. (Great
Britain: W & J Mackay Ltd. 1978.) pp. 306-307. (quoted from

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If the objectives of Agenda 21 are to be addressed and satisfied,
an expanded effort, different in nature but comparable in scale and commitment
to the Marshall Plan for the redevelopment of post-war Europe, might be
necessary. In this case, the Bretton Woods institutions would be called upon to
mount a pronounced campaign to expedite national implementation efforts. A
mandate of this nature can result only from a conference, similar to the first
Bretton Woods meetings fifty years ago … ”

– Launching a determined campaign to implement Agenda 21
(quoted from

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He excelled not only in theology but in other branches of
knowledge, such as the humanities, the philosophy of the Illuminati
, the
teachings of the mystics and of the Shaykhí School. He was a universal man,
in himself alone a convincing proof.”

: Nabíl-i-Akbar

642. About one thousand years ago, a Society was formed in Persia called the
Society of the Friends, who gathered together for silent communion with the

They divided Divine Philosophy into two parts: one part, the knowledge of
which can be acquired through lectures and study in schools, and the second part
that sought by the Illuminati, or followers of the Inner Light. The
schools of this Philosophy were held in silence. Meditating, and turning their
faces to the Source of Light, the mysteries of the Kingdom were reflected from
that central Light into their hearts. All the divine problems were solved by
this power of illumination.

… These people, who are called “Followers of the Inner Light,”
attain to a superlative degree of power, and are entirely freed from blind
dogmas and imitations. Men rely on the statements of these people; by
themselves, within themselves, they solve all mysteries.

– Words of Bahá’u’lláh,

“And then Kahlil, ‘The Master,’ got a following. He told me that he
belonged to the Illuminati in Persian
. He would rise up and say, What do we
need a Manifestation of God for? Each one of us can come into direct contact
with God. I am in direct contact with God.”

Juliet Remembers Gibran AS TOLD TO MARZIEH GAIL
Magazine, Vol. 12, Number 4, Summer, © 1978. Pages 29-31

The philosophers of the world are divided into two classes: materialists, who
deny the spirit and its immortality, and the divine philosophers, the wise
men of God, the true illuminati
who believe in the spirit and its
continuance hereafter.

, Talk given to Theosophical Society, 24
July 1912

To develop a genuine world order there needs to be:

  1. A World Government: to enact the laws
    required to satisfy the needs of all peoples. It will have at its disposal
    the combined forces of the world in order to maintain peace.
  2. A World Parliament: The members of this
    should be elected by the people in each country, and their election should
    be confirmed by their respective governments.
  3. A World Code Of Law: based on justice for
    individuals and for nations.
  4. A World Tribunal: Its decision will be
    binding on all parties.
  5. World Police Force: An international police
    force must be created, dedicated to upholding justice with complete
  6. Universal Equality: Everyone must have the
    right to education and to be equal before the law. There must be a universal
    bill of human rights.
  7. A World Language: A world language will be
    either chosen or invented. This will be taught in all the schools of each
    country, in addition to the mother tongue of the region.

– Published by the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of

The economic resources of the world will have to be used more responsibly,
and organised more fairly.

A world currency is necessary to stabilise the world economy. A
universal system of weights and measures is required to improve trade and
communications. A world economic community needs to be created where all
economic barriers will be removed, and a world free trade area established.

– Published by the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of

The Bahá’í administrative structure already exists at a local,
national and international level and can be taken as a model for future
. People are elected to the Bahá’í bodies solely on merit,
without any nominations or canvassing
. In the Bahá’í system, power is
devolved to the lowest possible level, and is given to groups, not to

Consultation at all levels is a key part of Bahá’í administration. The main
local community meeting consists of prayer, consultation and social interaction,
designed to foster a spirit of unity and co-operation. Bahá’u’lláh’s call, more
than 100 years ago, is still waiting to be answered by the world at large. The
beginning of the new world order is within our reach.

– Published by the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of


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