Joe Biden acknowledged on Monday that he has plans for the U.S. to lead a “New World Order” while warning of impending Russian cyberattacks on American infrastructure.
His remarks came as part of the Business Roundtable CEO Quarterly Meeting where he also said that current world events are presenting governments with the opportunity to “make some real changes” in the economies affecting every American and world citizen.
Biden said that things are now “shifting” to enable a new world order to take over internationally and he wants the U.S. to be its leader. He added that America must “unite the rest of the free world” in establishing the new order.
Biden said that a military advisor told him in a secure meeting recently that 60 million people died between 1900 and 1946. He said that he was told that the liberal world order that followed World War II meant that “has not happened in a long while.” He did admit that “a lot of people have died” but with “nowhere near the chaos.” From that jumble of vague historical assertions, he declared the emergence of the new world order that he said is inevitably coming.
The president went on to say that the entire world is now at an “inflection point” that only happens every three or four generations.
Biden traveled to Brussels on Wednesday to participate in a special NATO session and to also visit Poland on Friday to discuss ongoing efforts to support Ukraine’s defense against the ongoing Russian invasion with Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan last week called for Russia to cease attacks on Ukrainian civilian targets and warned of the consequences of a Russian decision to deploy chemical or biological weapons as part of its invasion.
In his Monday address, Biden went on to warn the group of business leaders that federal government intelligence has information that would confirm an impending Russian cyberattack on the U.S.
Biden said that he had instructed his administration to issue a cyberattack warning and said that Russian capacity to attack information infrastructure is “fairly consequential, and it’s coming.”
Deputy National Security Adviser for Cyber and Emerging Technology Anne Neuberger also spoke to the press on Monday, warning of Russian hacking of “critical infrastructure” inside America. He urged “private sector partners” to take immediate action to prepare to defend against foreign cyberattacks.