Remember that a theory is only a theory until it is fact.
. Then it's a truth, not theory.
It's too big a subject to just discuss, in the hope someone who knows very little will learn all there is to know about what's happening around us.
Dividing and conquering is one of the core elements of how populations are being controlled worldwide. You can see it by observation.
If you want to be kept informed about what's happening, then I'd recommend www.counterpunch.org
as sources for mostly truthful & well written news reports.
Wars are nowadays also fought financially and we've been seeing that especially since 2007.
The plans for global domination by the US & it's allies are well afoot, but are lately experiencing monumental rejection by Russia, China & their allies in South America, Iran, India and to some extent, Greece. The new $100 billion BRICS development bank made between these allies is ammunition against US global dominance, as is the Chinese led Asian Investment Infrastructure bank, which has over 50 member countries, incl. the UK and Germany, but not including the US, who was not invited. The World Bank & IMF are US controlled, but the monopoly on that business now has a much stronger player now.
Oil is for the first time being traded in other currencies than $US, where historically the US has attacked any country that dared try - Iran is one example, which has suffered debilitating sanctions for a very long time. China, now the world's largest oil consumer (11 million new car sales there last year alone and growing fast) is buying oil from Russia. This is a big threat to the US petro-dollar's perceived value. Let's not forget the US dollar is not tied to any tangiable asset. Nixon saw to an end of that...
China has over 20,000 tonnes of physical gold (Some say closer to 30,000 tonnes). It's been quietly watching the creation of money by the US & EU without backing of tangiable assets whilst taking advantage of supressed gold prices since 2007, by exchanging US dollars for bullion.
Why? Because China knows that with the demise of the US dollar there will need to be a central currency to take it's place. The Euro has it's own problems (Incl. the possible default from Greece, although my guess is the IMF will keep the status quo and not allow Greece to default in the end - they have a long history of operating like this).
Russia too, has large gold reserves. The US Fed refuses to be audited, because it holds worthless assets and has probably sold much of the gold that it was holding safely for other countries, incl. Germany. To audit the fed & declare the US economy bankrupt, would be disasterous.
The NWO had planned for a one world currency when others fail, this has been documented for decades, but it didn't expect China's position to develop as it has and continue to strengthen. Where the US was able to divide and control South American countries, Russia (Under Yeltsin), etc. now these countries are joining together to counter the US's resolve.
TPP & TTIP being negotiated in secret by the US, EU & other allies incl. Japan are about not only taking away legislative power from member governments, but a flailing effort to try to contain China from dominating the world commercially with close cooperation of Russia. They may already be too late. The new silk road projects between Russia & China to bring supply lines direct to Europe on high speed rail, plus the new the Chinese financed & engineered Nicaragua canal, are all highly profitable means by which to help increase Chinese global business interests and increase supply lines of value-added goods.
All of the above are a threat to the weaker producing countries that are hampered by costs of wars ( especially US), social problems from austerity and other associated financial problems, etc.
The situation the US created in Ukraine by sponsoring what one US official called the most blatant coup in history, is also dangerous as NATO (Which is US led) continues to goad Russia towards war. There would be no winners in the event of WW III. The Minsk truce is holding for now. The Kiev puppet regime suffered a lot of desertion & it's young men choosing to flee to Russia, than fight a war they didn't want to be a part of. The US, Canadian and other EU allies are now there supposedly to try to train the Ukranian army, but the Kiev government's chances of defeating the majority of it's people are bleak at best. The US knows they succeeded in the coup they sponsored to put the highly corrupt Proschenko in power, but they certainly haven't won the country. Kiev forces were surrounded by Ukranian seperatists, shortly before the Minsk agreement which involved Germany, Italy, Russia & Ukraine.
Ukraine is now a mess where corporations have paid for agricultural land and other assets sold at firesale prices, but much of the infrastructure has been destroyed. It will take a very long time for Ukraine to get back on it's feet, not least it's now a bankrupt country from all the corruption that's taken place.
Russia has also said they will not allow NATO to position it's nuclear weapons, or nuclear defence shields on Ukranian soil, since that's a blatant and very serious threat. It would be akin to Russia putting similar weapons along Mexico's northern borders. For now the US is not pursuing a military confrontation with Russia, for now...
The manipulation of global oil prices to try to heavily the Russian economy & thereby Putin's popularity (It remains at over 80%), has heavily damaged the US's own oil industry too and has backfired in other ways too.
So we're seeing a fast accelerating preparation for the demise of the $US dollar and a plummeting demise in trust for the US by not just Russia's allies, but also it's until now subservient EU vassals.
The financial mess the world finds itself in today is largely because of the US's sale of fraudulent mortgage backed securities incl. to European banks. This global downfall sparked because of the US government's corrupt de-regulation of financial markets.
What they've done to repair the problems is to create more money and give it to the banks that caused the problems in the first place, with no significant restrictions placed on how they do business now, compared to before.
You can't fix lies with more lies, so sooner or later we're due another burst financial bubble, only this will be the mother of them all...
Usually the true historical events of global financial power have led to war in the past but we can only hope that the US sees sense and admits that it's financial defeat is on the cards and it will not be the world's ruling empire for much longer.
We live in a very sick world right now which is ruled by criminals in many cases. It's time for corrupt politicians to look and see where we are headed and make changes so that there is a future for generations ahead including their own children.