“Mister Gorbachev… Tear down this wall!” Thus spake Ronald Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate near the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987. And Lo! By the end of 1989, the Berlin Wall had begun to be dismantled!
Within a year of the miracle of the dismantling, President George Herbert Walker Bush gave a speech to a joint session of Congress entitled “Toward a New World Order.” Notably this Bush New World Order speech was given on September 11, 1990.  (Exactly eleven years later occurred the surreal events of “9/11” – September 11, 2001.)
Why was Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev so compliant with Ronald Reagan’s incantation, “Tear down this wall!”? Could it be that Reagan was one of the gods, come down from Mount Olympus to overcome Berlin Wall and vanquish it? This would seem plausible to some Reagan worshipers. Various miracles are attributed to Reagan, such as his saving of the 77 drowning swimmers. 
But a new angle on Gorbachev and the Berlin Wall is emerging. Mikhail Gorbachev “was really working for the New World Order gang, which could not achieve world domination until the Soviet Union had been dismantled.”  In this scenario, Gorbachev betrayed his country in favor of the Anglo-American Establishment.
The “New World Order” slogan is traced to various origins. Its true birth may have been conceived by Cecil Rhodes, who dreamed of a world “ruled by a benevolent despotic intelligencia.”  A “special relationship” between Britain and the United States began to form. This is the Anglo-American Establishment. They seek a British-American world state. It is all with the best intentions, of course. It is just that the British and American elites know best what is good for us all (or so they believe).
If Mikhail Gorbachev did betray his country into the hands of the New World Order, that might explain how it was that a comical dancing bear – Boris Yeltsin – became President of Russia during the crucial period after the dismantling of the Soviet Union. Gorbachev had been the patron of Yeltsin, but then Yeltsin seemed to turn against Gorbachev. A KGB conspiracy against Gorbachev led to his arrest on August 19, 1991. But then along came Yeltsin who took decisive action against the KGB coup d’etat. 
The New World Order plan was going swimmingly. New Russian leader Yeltsin was ineffective against Anglo-American anti-Serb strategy. The Serbs, traditionally protected by Russia, were crushed. Americans are supposed to have dim geography skills, based on for example not being able to locate Ukraine on a map. (But without the names, anyone might find it hard. The trick is to look for the Black Sea. Ukraine is directly above.) As for history, Americans are more fascinated with “future predictions” than with the past. And so the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s are scarcely remembered by Americans. But the Russians even still burn with anger, especially about the 1999 Kosovo bombing. Stated one typical Russian: “You bombed Kosovo. Russians don’t forgive that.” 
The KGB had attempted to stop Gorbachev’s dismantling of the Pan-Slavic Soviet Union. Instead, the dancing clown took over. But then, the tide turned and a former Lt. Colonel in the KGB, Vladimir Putin, suddenly became Russian president after Boris Yeltsin unexpectedly resigned on December 31, 1999. Now, Russians are taking pride in a Pan-Slavic resurgence. “A generation’s dream of revenge for the loss of Russian power has, to some extent, come true, and even those who bitterly opposed Putin seem not to be immune.” 
——- Sources ——-
 “Reagan’s Life Shaped By Dixon Upbringing,” by Colleen Cason. Scripps Howard News Service, June 6, 2004.
 “Inside Putin’s Russia”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 22, 2014. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/inside-putins-russia/
 The Empire of “The City”, by E.C. Knuth. Torrance, CA: Noontide Press, 1983.
 Global Trends in Eastern Europe, by Professor Nikolai Genov. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Mar 28, 2013
 “Putin Clamps Down”, by Janet Reitman. Rolling Stone, May 8, 2014