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Bilderberg Elitist Zoellick Admits Agenda To End Sovereignty, Impose Global Governance!!!

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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 11:51 AM
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If any one is still doubting we are on the brink of a One World Govenment...look no further!

World Bank President and Bilderberg elitist Robert Zoellick has openly admitted the plan to eliminate national sovereignty and impose a global government during a speech on the eve of the G20 summit!

Zoellick is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. He also attended the annual invitation-only conferences of the Bilderberg Group in 1991, 2003, 2006 and 2007.


“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.”

In other words, give global institutions the power to regulate national policy as part of the creation of global government.

What Zoellick is outlining is essentially the end of national sovereignty and the reclassification of national governments as mere subordinates to a global authority that is completely unaccountable to the voting public of any country.


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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:01 PM
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Good post.

So the veil is pulled back just a little more...

And whose interests has he got at heart? Even if he (or any other Bilderberger) did have your interests at heart (-purely rhetorical, I assure you-) do you think they are going to ask you to vote on it?

A few thoughts for anyone still on the fence:




The anti-cooperation sentiment on this thread is amazing.

Not anti-cooperation. Anti-fascism.

The mantra you are using has lulled people to sleep for too long. It is based on 'If we don't unite we will fight'. Fear-mongering to manipulate. Pure and simple. This way sheeple...

But people are seeing through the ruse by thinking for themselves.

Here's a few starters as to why a global govt is the last thing we need:

Even if a OWG were benevolent, how on earth could it be run as a democracy?

a) Billions of votes to count, all with regional / national interests at heart

b) Only corporations would be large / influential enough to affect government policy

c) The media might remain free on paper - as now - but in reality they are financially beholden to a select few individuals, who would in effect become global oligarchs, controlling the flow of all information.

d) Even today democracy is an illusion. The liklihood of any given candidate being elected is directly proportional to their expenditure on media exposure. You'd just be handing even more control over to those who've amassed vast wealth - often on the back of corrupt dealings.

e) Minority groups would be voiceless.

I could go on.

Source

(Anyone unsure about the connection between the work of the G20 and moves toward a global government might find this thread a bit of an eye-opener...)



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:04 PM
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This thread deserves a flag and star as well as a bump. I really cannot add to this other that the CT'ers were right.

respectfully

reluctantpawn



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by pause4thought
Good post.

So the veil is pulled back just a little more...

And whose interests has he got at heart? Even if he (or any other Bilderberger) did have your interests at heart (-purely rhetorical, I assure you-) do you think they are going to ask you to vote on it?
A few thoughts for anyone still on the fence:



The anti-cooperation sentiment on this thread is amazing.

Not anti-cooperation. Anti-fascism.
The mantra you are using has lulled people to sleep for too long. It is based on 'If we don't unite we will fight'. Fear-mongering to manipulate. Pure and simple. This way sheeple...
But people are seeing through the ruse by thinking for themselves.
Here's a few starters as to why a global govt is the last thing we need:
Even if a OWG were benevolent, how on earth could it be run as a democracy?
a) Billions of votes to count, all with regional / national interests at heart
b) Only corporations would be large / influential enough to affect government policy
c) The media might remain free on paper - as now - but in reality they are financially beholden to a select few individuals, who would in effect become global oligarchs, controlling the flow of all information.
d) Even today democracy is an illusion. The liklihood of any given candidate being elected is directly proportional to their expenditure on media exposure. You'd just be handing even more control over to those who've amassed vast wealth - often on the back of corrupt dealings.
e) Minority groups would be voiceless.
I could go on.

Source
(Anyone unsure about the connection between the work of the G20 and moves toward a global government might find this thread a bit of an eye-opener...)


Pause, great post.
Found this on CNN this morning...

Analysis: Crisis may lead to New World Order (Excellent Article with lots of embedded videos)


The U.S. and Europe, who have dominated the G-8, now have little option too but to accept a new world order.


edition.cnn.com...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:20 PM
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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:27 PM
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I think his quote has been taken out of context slightly...


But the immediate challenge is to reform, empower, and use existing institutions more effectively, including by giving developing countries more representation.

"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," Zoellick said. "Bringing sunlight to national decision-making would contribute to transparency, accountability, and consistency across national policies."

Zoellick said developing countries needed to be part of the global solution to the global crisis.

"Isn't it time to institutionalise support for the most vulnerable during crises, especially those not of their own making?" said Zoellick, who has proposed that developed countries allocate 0.7 per cent of the stimulus packages to a Vulnerability Fund for developing countries.



I've bolded the parts conveniently left out.






posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:30 PM
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I respectfully disagree with you...and assert that today, as the G20 leaders meet, global governance is no longer a "hidden agenda".

G20 -Gordon Brown: A NEW WORLD ORDER Is Being Born!!!


London, 2 Apr. - From the G20 in London, a "new world order" is emerging. So announced the British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, to a press conference. "First of all, for the first time, we have together fixed the principles for a reform of the global banking system," Brown said, "This is a vast programme of measures which for the first time brings the shadow banking system, including hedge funds, within the network of global reglulation. We have agreed on the need to set international accountancy standards, we shall set rules for the rating agencies to eliminate conflicts of interest; we have arrived at an agreement to put an end to tax havens which do not supply information upon request. This is the beginning of the end for tax havens".


Gordon Brown Prays for New World Order

www.agi.it...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:37 PM
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World Bank’s Zoellick responds to bloggers on April 01, 2009
Video found at link:

blogs.reuters.com...

And is quoted here:

Zoellick also said the Bank expects world trade volumes to fall by 6 percent this year, the largest decline in 80 years.
While he offered few details about the program to boost trade, which is being considered by the World Bank board later on Tuesday, Zoellick said the drop in commerce was exacerbated by a shortfall in trade credit, which allows exporters and importers to settle accounts.


ca.news.yahoo.com...



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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:43 PM
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And for anyone doubting that George Bush was part of this World Governance Plan...here is Zoellick being chosen by none other than...you guessed it...

www.spiegel.de...

On Wednesday, US President George W. Bush will nominate Zoellick as the successor to controversial World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz. In Germany, Zoellick is considered a friend, an "Atlanticist" and a bridge-builder. He once described his bond with Berlin in a speech here as a common, German-American vision of the future, a transition to "prosperity, security and hope for hundreds of millions of people."


Also a very comprhensive list of articles about Zoellick with links found here on the Center for Global Developement website:

www.cgdev.org...

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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:44 PM
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This is exactly what I have feared.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 02:57 PM
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those fiends!

Oh well good luck. With the surging immigration population occurring in europe and the fact that europeans are already letting them know that we are willing riot ...good luck in emposing the money monopoly.

Do you really think the asian countries are gonna bow down to the west because that's what they would have to do..we all know that THAT inner circle has "logistical" requirements and you know that i know that we both know that they already know what we know, you know?

Let's see what happens when everyone gets a chance to eat from the table

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posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:01 PM
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Gordon Brown is spending plenty of time wooing China...

www.guardian.co.uk...

Gordon Brown will enter talks with China today to see if it would be willing to commit extra funds to fighting a world recession in return for greater voting powers on multilateral institutions, including the IMF and World Bank.

Brown will hold talks with Hu Jintao, China's president, following discussions with Barack Obama, amid signs that developing countries see the G20 summit as a chance to impose a new world order and end the era of Anglo-European dominance



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:28 PM
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Ah yeah. Developing countries that can barely feed their own populations and now being asked to contribute to a useless fund? Rrrighttt...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:31 PM
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'We will not solve this crisis, or put in place sustainable long-term solutions by accepting a two-tier world,' said World Bank President Robert Zoellick.

www.monstersandcritics.com...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:33 PM
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Uhh no, the poorer countries are getting about $750billion worth of resources.

Plus Zoellick is saying the developed countries should put away 0.7% for the undeveloped countries as well.


The evil, evil man!



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 03:42 PM
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reply to post by Chadwickus
 


They're not getting it, they are being loaned it. With interest.

REally, you should run for office since you believe everything people in power say.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 04:03 PM
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So, being loaned it isn't getting it? You're putting words into my mouth to suit your argument.


Also, where have I said I believe what people in power are saying?

All I've done is point out the parts of Zoellick's quotes that were omitted.

whatever agenda you have against me, you're barking up the wrong tree.



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 04:45 PM
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Along with Javier Solana, Robert Zoellick has been vigorously preparing the way for the New World Order Agenda.


In addition to being a friend of Javier Solana for many years, Robert Zoellick has with equal vigor been a friend and proponent of a “New World Order,” more recently and politely known as “global governance.” As early as March, 1992, Robert Zoellick was speaking of his World Economic Forum inspired epiphanies of a New World Order

www.newswithviews.com...

Javier Solana's list if visits to United States...
www.consilium.europa.eu...


And there is much evidence to date that the International Monetary Fund has actually harmed many small countries economies...

When left-wing economist Michael Chossudovsky released a devastating critique of international financial institutions in The Globalisation of Poverty (1997), it was quickly dismissed by many in the West as a propaganda tune of what British Prime Minister Tony Blair berates as the "riff-raff" who have caused trouble and violent street protests in Seattle, Prague, Nice, Gothenburg and Genoa. But what if a Nobel laureate, former economic adviser to the American White House and former chief economist of the World Bank publishes an even more powerful expose of the machinations of the Washington Consensus which has heaped unimagined misery and privation on developing countries? You sit up and take notice. Right?

www.atimes.com...

And there is growing evidence that worldwide food shortages are being planned and manipulated by the same powerful men...


Food protests and riots have swept more than 20 countries in the past few months. On 2 April, World Bank President Robert Zoellick told a meeting in Washington that there are 33 countries where price hikes could cause widespread social unrest. The UN World Food Programme called the crisis the silent tsunami, with wheat prices almost doubling in the past year alone, and stocks falling to the lowest level since the perilous post-World War II days.


www.newdawnmagazine.com...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by eldard
reply to post by Chadwickus
 


Ah yeah. Developing countries that can barely feed their own populations and now being asked to contribute to a useless fund? Rrrighttt...


We do not need to look far to see that there is lurking a more sinister plan...not for benefit to the common man. I came across this recently...an article on man made famine, and whom might be in the making???

A man-made famineThere are many causes behind the world food crisis, but one chief villain: World Bank head, Robert Zoellick



For anyone who understands the current food crisis, it is hard to listen to the head of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, without gagging.

Earlier this week, Zoellick waxed apocalyptic about the consequences of the global surge in prices, arguing that free trade had become a humanitarian necessity, to ensure that poor people had enough to eat. The current wave of food riots has already claimed the prime minister of Haiti, and there have been protests around the world, from Mexico, to Egypt, to India.

The reason for the price rise is perfect storm of high oil prices, an increasing demand for meat in developing countries, poor harvests, population growth, financial speculation and biofuels. But prices have fluctuated before. The reason we're seeing such misery as a result of this particular spike has everything to do with Zoellick and his friends

www.guardian.co.uk...



posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 05:50 PM
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So here is a way to stop it.
When they come for your house, defend it. That probably means non peacefully.
Stop paying any debt you have acquired right now. If they take your car, so be it.
Become independent. Grow your own food and stop PAYING to live on this planet. That is all we do...We PAY for our existence. And where does the money go to? And where does the MONEY come from?
The people that are gathering at this G-20 meeting.
STOP everything you are doing. Turn off the TV, cut off the cable, stop buying the newspaper, barter with neighbors to get the things you need and last but not least, cut off your computer and stop posting....The world will still go on...And btw, this might be my last pos.....
CLICK....bye bye now, buh bbye....





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