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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Global Governance! A Kook Theory No Longer.

Dick Morris has begun doing a video blog at youtube.com called Dick Morris Reports. In his second post, he addresses the fact that at the recent G-20 Summit, Comrade Obama has laid the ground work for handing over control of American businesses to an international Financial Stability Board, largely controlled by European central bankers, in which American will have only one vote.







Comrade Obama is in the process of handing over American sovereignty, at least as far as our financial institutions are concerned. And, there may be more to come.

In 2004, while running for the US Senate, Obama indicated that he believed that the United States should join the International Criminal Court (ICC) by ratifying the Rome Statute. He may be looking for an opportunity to do just that.

Then there is the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) which would create a massive UN buracracy to govern American waterways.

These are serious precursors toward the desire of many, i.e. 'global governance'. This is certainly the viewpoint of World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick. In regard to the G-20 Summit, Zoellick said;

"In London, Washington, and Paris people talk of bonuses or no bonuses. In parts of Africa, South Asia, and Latin America, the struggle is for food or no food. G-20 backing will help us gain more momentum, thereby increasing support. If leaders are serious about creating new global responsibilities or governance, let them start by modernising multilateralism to empower the WTO, the IMF, and the World Bank Group to monitor national policies."

Of course, many conservatives have known for some time that the real aim of the 'Climate Change' hysteria is to move the world toward Global Governance. See here and here.

This is no secret conspiracy, it is an Open Conspiracy very reminiscent of the book by H.G. Wells. All of these, so called crises, are being used to move the world toward global governance. If you think that the redistribution of wealth is repugnant on a national scale, wait until it is on a global one.

In an interesting aside, the Chinese word for "crisis" is formed by two ideograms Wei, which means "danger" and Ji, which means "opportunity."

1 comment:

Leslie said...

Very well said. And look for the continuing fear tactics the left will use to make the people beg for all this to happen.

Fear, guilt, intimidation, information control, re-education, the hijacked public school curriculum, and power grabs...

All lead to the same place: Global Governance.