In 1935, the term Novus Ordo Seclorum was placed beneath the pyramid on the back of the U.S. dollar bill. Novus is Latin for New; Ordo is Latin for order; and Seclorum is secular or world. Why would anyone put the term New World Order on the back of our dollar bill? And who did it?
A little research revealed that none other than President Franklin D. Roosevelt placed those words on our dollar bill. But why?
It didn’t take long to find out why. At the end of WW II, President Roosevelt became the driving force behind the establishment of the United Nations. The UN was designed to become a world government that would ultimately have authority over the nations of the world.
So now President Roosevelt, we understand. When you said New World Order, you envisioned a one-world government!