The ideology of the British Empire was broadened to include the United States in its globalist scheme when Cecil Rhodes outlined his plans around 1895:
“Establish a secret society in order to have the whole continent of South America, the Holy Land [Israel], the Valley of the Euphrates [Iraq], the islands of Cyprus and Candia, the islands of the Pacific not heretofore possessed by Great Britain, the Malay Archipelago, the seaboard of China and Japan and, finally, the United States. In the end Great Britain is to establish a power so overwhelming that wars must cease and the Millenium be realized.” 
Author E.C. Knuth connects Cecil Rhodes to “the secret International Pilgrim Society”, which was “launched about 1897.”  In recent postings by Ersjdamoo’s Blog, the theme of a “special relationship” between Britain and the United States, secretly formed in 1897, has been developed. See, for example, American Lackeys (Uniformed Servants) of Great Britain, posted on April 5, 2014.
American historian Carroll Quigley, in Tragedy and Hope, offered an “insider admission of a secret global elite that has impacted nearly every modern historical event.” This “global elite” was identified by Quigley as an “Anglo-American banking elite.”  “Much of the interest in Quigley’s book centers around his dirt-spilling account of the machinations of international bankers and of the organizations they formed to exert influence behind-the-scenes on political and diplomatic activity, such as the Round Table, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations.” 
A subsequent book by Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, “exposes the secret society’s established in London in 1891, by Cecil Rhodes. Quigley explains how these men worked in union to begin their society to control the world.” 
But you can’t have a New World Order if Russia will not acquiesce to the scheme. And so far Russia has been remarkably recalcitrant. Dissident Russian author Alexander Solzhenitsyn tried to explain to the New World Order gang the error of their thinking. In his “infamous address” at Harvard in 1978, the Nobel Prize-winning author contrasted the “anthropocentric humanism” of the West with ancient and deeply rooted self-contained cultures such as Russia. The West does not understand Russia, said Solzhenitsyn, who later went so far as to defend the old system of the Tsars. (Background: Return to Tannenberg, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of March 27, 2014.)
Under the old Tsarist system, the governing of Russia was closely aligned with the Russian Orthodox Church. Syndicated columnist Patrick J. Buchanan has recently suggested that true Christianity now resides in Moscow. Buchanan essentially repeats what Alexander Solzhenitsyn said in 1978: the West, with its “anthropocentric humanism” is now, says Buchanan, a “sewage of a hedonistic secular and social revolution.” But Russia, he adds, is “firmly on the side of traditional Christianity.” 
You can’t have a New World Order unless Russia plays along. A strategy of encirclement, fomented by the Anglo-American Establishment, has become transparently obvious yet the U.S. State Department seems to believe still in their extraordinary cunning against Russia. In the midst of such State Department pretensions, Russian ally Dr. Bashar al-Assad has ignored the puffing of the West and announced that Moscow had already helped to re-establish “a multipolar world.”  A “multipolar world” is not a unipolar “one world.” In the multipolar world (also called multilateral world), nations such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China (the “BRICs”) no longer march to the tune of the Anglo-American Establishment.
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 Cecil Rhodes, qtd. in The Empire of “The City”, by E.C. Knuth. Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 1983.
 The Empire of “The City”, by E.C. Knuth. Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 1983.
 Book description of Tragedy and Hope, by Carroll Quigley, found at amazon.com
 “Twentieth-Century Procopius”, by Michael S. Swisher. Review of Tragedy and Hope, by Carroll Quigley, found at amazon.com
 Book description of The Anglo-American Establishment, by Carroll Quigley, found at amazon.com
 “Is God now on Russia’s side?”, by Patrick J. Buchanan. April 3, 2014. http://www.wnd.com/2014/04/is-god-now-on-russias-side/
 “Assad: Russia is ‘re-establishing multipolar world'”, Al Arabiya News, April 2, 2014.