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Welcome To Global Governance - FDR's Legacy And Obama's

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 02:39 PM
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Welcome To Global Governance - FDR's Legacy And Obama's


www.postchronicle.com

"Welcome To Global Governance:
The United Nations first adopted a "New International Economic Order" in 1974 (A/RES/S-6/3201). It called for a global socialist economic system under the auspices of the United Nations." ...
"the G20 ...set the agenda for an April meeting in London. They hope to create a global system to finally control the global economy. ...it will likely be empowered to control the global economy and to connect economic actions with ecological and social justice issues as well..."
(visit the link for the full news article)


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www.londonsummit.gov.uk
www.time.com
www.ft.com
www.cbc.ca

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 02:39 PM
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The article continues...:
"This new international economic structure could dictate tax rates, interest rates and credit terms. This proposed international economic structure could sap the last vestige of sovereignty from the United States." [& all countries for that matter, including Canada] ...
"Strobe Talbott, Bill Clinton's deputy secretary of state, said in Time magazine: "... nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority." "
"Today, opposition to global governance has diminished in Congress and has vanished from the White House. With eyes wide open, the United States is welcoming global governance. [Obama's] administration, with approval of the majority of Congress, will cede our sovereignty to an international system that is beyond accountability and devoid of morality. The U.N. is eager to fund its nefarious adventures with money placed under its care by those who bought the promise of hope and blindly voted for change."
"Once the U.N. has an independent revenue stream to fund its "peacekeeping" forces, which can enforce treaties and the decrees of the International Criminal Court, there will be no force on earth with the power to overthrow it. When the United States realizes the true cost global governance, it will be much too late. The U.N. will control the flow of both money and energy available to the U.S.
Obama and the current congressional majority will be long gone, leaving the next generation to curse their parent's stupidity – and only wonder what freedom was."

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Yes, LOOK OUT! The world is now rapidly accelerating towards a 1-World-Currency & a 1-World-Court.... meaning 1-World-Government, the New World Order. The 2-April-2009 G20 Summit of World Leaders in London COULD likely formalize a (resolution for the) BIRTH OF WORLD GOVERNMENT with their 'Global New Deal'!

ALARM BELLS SHOULD BE GOING OFF WORLDWIDE ABOUT THIS!!!!!!!!!!!






www.postchronicle.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

[edit on 3/18/2009 by semperfortis]



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:28 PM
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Just to play "devil's advocate" for a moment,

1) Is not the movement toward one world government inevitable?
2) Would it not be a force for peace?
3) Would it not mean a quicker and greater responce to catastrophy?

And more besides, shouldn't these things be of benefit to mankind?

They should, but i'll advise stocking up on essentials. A good boyscout is prepared



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:29 PM
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That's what they want you to think that it's a good thing. They just want global control. Are you ignorant of history?



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:37 PM
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2) Would it not be a force for peace?

Yeah with people like Bush, war criminals, running it. GREAT IDEA! NOT.

Too much power is ALWAYS BAD. No exception. NONE in history.

And even if it were to start good, it would fall within a short period of time to corrupt and mass-murdering people. It ALWAYS HAPPENS. ALWAYS.

See it like the Titanic. In it, there's seperation so if they hit an iceberg, they won't sink right away, the lower deck is protected in parts so that if X parts are not under water the ship won't sink. Countries are like that. If you have a world government with a world army and they get away with taking all the weapons in the world except the world army, you're screwed if some Hitler takes over.

Anyway, those behind it are war criminals, so NO we don't want that.

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:43 PM
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Its hard to doubt the push for globalism, but imo there is one huge problem for a one world government.

CHINA

How is the west supposed to fit them into the scheme of things. Seems to me the Chinese would laugh in the faces of the "nwo" and their crumbling empire that was once the great United States of America, and send them on their way. 1 government with half the worlds population will have a big say in any nwo or global government. China just might be the end of the line for globalist agenda.

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:48 PM
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As long as power is superseded by responsibility, there's no problems. This isn't happening at the global level as seen by the clear lack of transparency and accountability. It's as if they mean to say, we're hiding the truth from you for your own good. The ends don't justify the means.

I see global unification as an inevitability. I hope that it will eventually come about through consent, rather than by force. I hope for a global community, rather than a world government. The key differences being the lack of force/control, and the core ethics being based on the golden rule.



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:48 PM
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thats our Doomsday
be ready.



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 06:59 PM
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"yes we can", well then "why can't we"



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 07:38 PM
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feoil, I see where you're getting your arguments from... I've been there, many of others here have... some of us like to think we have some good answers for your questions... maybe, just maybe, if you lurk around time enough, you will consider this:


Originally posted by feoil
Just to play "devil's advocate" for a moment,

1) Is not the movement toward one world government inevitable?

Yes, inevitable, but should not be done by today's standards... it's obviously arranged to centralize power AND WEALTH. Not the way to go...


Originally posted by feoil
2) Would it not be a force for peace?

Peace should not be forced, enforced, or imposed in any kind of way... that's not peace, that's submission.


Originally posted by feoil
3) Would it not mean a quicker and greater responce to catastrophy?

Not necessarily, high levels of centralization makes BIG decisions take too long to be made.... and they always carry a lot of personal agenda beneath the sheets... see: Katrina


Originally posted by feoil
And more besides, shouldn't these things be of benefit to mankind?

I'm not so sure, my friend... not now at least...


Originally posted by feoil
They should, but i'll advise stocking up on essentials. A good boyscout is prepared

This is true wisdom!


Peace



posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 07:57 PM
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Originally posted by feoil
Just to play "devil's advocate" for a moment,

1) Is not the movement toward one world government inevitable?
2) Would it not be a force for peace?
3) Would it not mean a quicker and greater responce to catastrophy?

And more besides, shouldn't these things be of benefit to mankind?

They should, but i'll advise stocking up on essentials. A good boyscout is prepared


1.) It is only inevitable if you want it to, and if everyone else wants it to.

2.) It won't be a force for peace since the people in the several countries which are part of this world are different, hence live under different laws, religions, and cultures. Erasing all laws, religions, and cultures will transform every human being into a robot, which sooner or later won't be able to be in control even by this one World Government, because people sooner or later revolt to get their rights back.

3.) How can a One World Government respond quicker to any disaster when the most powerful nation in the world, and for that matter every nation in the world at times have not been able to be quick in tmes of disaster for several motives... Remember Katrina..

A One World Government, One World Economy means the destruction of cultures, religions, and individuality.


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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 08:05 PM
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Originally posted by unityemissions
reply to post by Vitchilo
 

..................

I see global unification as an inevitability. I hope that it will eventually come about through consent, rather than by force. I hope for a global community, rather than a world government. The key differences being the lack of force/control, and the core ethics being based on the golden rule.


Really? Under which laws will the people of the whole world live by? Your Laws?... the atheists Laws?.... The Catholics laws?... The Christian laws?... The Muslim Laws?... The extremist Muslim laws?.... The Socialist laws?... The Communist laws?.... Capitalist Laws?.. Well we should see by now that Capitalism is being bombarded, and TPTB are trying to blame Capitalism as they try to destroy the common people from ever been able to live under Capitalism. So Capitalism is out the table according to the plans of TPTB.

Your utopia WILL NEVER HAPPEN. I really think people like yourself shoud wake up to reality.


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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 08:35 PM
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I've just been watching a new David Icke video and he has, as usual, some interesting points to make.

For the Brits, it's about a by-election and he has some interesting things to say about the people that David Davis and Shami Chakrabhati are linked to.

The embed thing isn't working so here's the link to David Icke - Big Brother: the Big Picture

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 09:20 PM
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Global government is already been here and it's been with us for about 100 years now. It became possible and reality when the last of the pagan peoples of the earth who didn't or weren't capable or recognizing contractual law and a centralized governing authority to enforce it along with the taxable foundation of gold based commerce.

What hasn't been acheived is global awareness to the global government. Hence the need for all the manipulative wars to manipulate people into redistributing themselves into systems and on to lands controlled by the global government.

A lot of false and flawed ideologies were used to rally people into the movements and conquests to stamp out cultures who were weak or to disparate to be brought into the system of contractual law and commerce that does in fact govern the world.

Both the flaws and the divisiveness of those idealogies as well as some ethnology are going to be challenging to overcome in getting people to be aware of global governance and to take part in it.

The slow process of see, G-d hasn't struck anybody dead yet for doing this and that, and there sure are a lot of people going hungry under capitilism and communism... are you really sure this is working out for you, is what has been largely employed to get people to the point where they can be made aware of the existence of global government and emrace it.

Of course it doesn't quite matter that all these systems were deliberately undermined to make sure that people would get to the point where global governance could become an open reality.

Look around at the only nations who really have pariah status. Those are the ones who broke contractual law obligations when the regimes came to power. Cuba and North Korea and Iran. Afghanitan whose tribal culture can't get together centrally to sign and abide by contracts.

England proved the value of Contractual Law when it handed over Hong Kong on the date promised, and showed the Chinese in the process the system works and look how China has transformed since as they embraced it.

I think we are still a good ways away from when the powers that be really emerge from the shadows and openly formalize the system. There are still a couple nations that have to be brought totally to heel, and still some painful measures to be taken in getting people to reject some very deeply ingrained beleif systems.

Then the fat lady will sing! I got my earplugs and am happy to go the way of the dinosaurs in time.

In the meantime I am going to have as much fun as I can and be my typical thorn in the side, semi-lovable self.

Global government has been here since the shot that touched off World War I. It's all been about working out the logistics. You will know what the World Government really looks like a few days after the last shot of World War III.

You know what they say the third time is always the charm.

This is though what happens when people can't stop argueing and insist on always being right regardless of what the facts are staring them in the face.

If you think this is hard, wait until our first interplanetary federation...

oh boy!



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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 10:36 PM
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Actually if you're a believer in NWO conspiracies then you would know that China works with the NWO.

So, that would disprove your idea.



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