my assertions stand.
You assertions stand unsupported by anything more substantial than what you've seen in conspiracy websites, which are full of disinformation.
My assertion is that you don't understand Chaos Theory, which is independent of politics, it's a branch of mathematics, not quantum mechanics, so your mention of the Uncertainty Principle just further shows you don't get my point (and probably never will, as it requires a little bit of actual *study*, not just reading political rants).
I'm saying that geopolitics is a chaotic system.
In a chaotic system, tiny variations in input conditions can yield drastically different results. The "Butterfly Effect" is what they call this principle, slight "butterfly-sized" differences in temperature and pressure, now, can result in hurricanes, later. That isn't a characteristic of a random system, that's a characteristic of a *chaotic* system.
Which geopolitics is.
So long as politics is chaotic, wars will happen, just like there will always be hurricanes, same reason.
If you want to eliminate wars, you'll have to remove the chaos from geopolitics.
Multinational corporations (who you consider the "Bad Guys") have holdings in various countries, many of which have governments that don't like each other. If your sole interest is in maximizing your corporation's profits, you'll want those countries to maintain peaceful relations. Otherwise your manufacturing plants and markets are subject to getting destroyed in the war.
Multinational corporations, therefore, have a vested interest in preventing wars, especially in the countries where they do business (and every multinational corporation wants to do business in every country in the world).
So multinational corporations have a vested interest in influencing the local governments of the countries that they do business in. To prevent wars that would otherwise upset their profits.
If you own a company that makes chocolate candy bars, and the country where you buy cocoa from is thinking of starting a war with the country you get sugar from, it only makes sense that you'd try to stop that war, right? No matter who wins that war, your company's out of the chocolate candy bar business until it's over.
So there's your NWO's primary motivation. They're trying to keep the naturally chaotic geopolitical process from resulting in wars that would damage their corporate holdings and markets and, ultimately, profits. And that's what you're asserting is evil: Corporations trying to keep countries from going to war.
You're on the wrong side.