Sunday, November 01, 2009

Copenhagen: a step closer to one-world government?

James Delingpole of the British-based Telegraph newspaper makes some interesting observations regarding the recent Copenhagen climate change summit sponsored by the United Nations.

Keep in mind that this is a stated strategy by the one-world elites for decades: incrementalism - step by step progress rather than trying to do it all at once. Consider this 1974 quote by Richard Gardner of the Council on Foreign Relations:

"The 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up rather than the top down, ..."It will look like a great 'booming, buzzing confusion' ... but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault.... [F]or political as well as administrative reasons, some of these specialized arrangements should be brought into an appropriate relationship with the central institutions of the UN system."

or these two from way back in 1931...

"We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world. All the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands....

-Professor /Historian Arnold Toynbee, in a June l931 speech before the Institute for the Study of International Affairs in Copenhagen.

"If there are those who think we are to jump immediately into a new world order, actuated by complete understanding and brotherly love, they are doomed to disappointment. If we are ever to approach that time, it will be after patient and persistent effort of long duration. The present international situation of mistrust and fear can only be corrected by a formula of equal status, continuously applied, to every phase of international contacts, until the cobwebs of the old order are brushed out of the minds of the people of all lands."

-Dr. Augustus O. Thomas, president of the World Federation of Education Associations (August 1927), quoted in the book International Understanding: Agencies Educating for a New World (1931)

or, a bit more recently ...

"In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn't such a great idea after all."

- Strobe Talbott, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State in the Clinton administration, 1992


"Today, I say that no nation in the world need be left out of the global system we are constructing."

--Madeleine Albright, Harvard University commencement., June 5, 1997

“Throughout the world, there is a clamor for change. That desire was evident in November, in an event that could become both a symbol of this need for change and a real catalyst for that change. Given the special role the United States continues to play in the world, the election of Barack Obama could have consequences that go far beyond that country

Mikhail Gorbachev, the former head of state of the USSR, January 1, 2009,

Frankly, it amazes me that people who are otherwise intelligent and informed will look at you today and deny that the push toward world government really exists or should be taken seriously. Truly, “ignorance is bliss”, as they say.

Anyway... back to the news article in question:
from the Telegraph(UK)

Copenhagen: a step closer to one-world government?

You have to be careful when talking about “One World Government.” Sooner than you can say “Bilderberg”, you’ll find yourself bracketed with all the crazies, and conspiracy theorists and 9/11 Truthers. But I don’t think you need to be mad to be concerned about the issues raised by Lord Monckton in this speech.

Monckton believes that climate change hysteria is being exploited by the green liberal left – watermelons, as they’re nicknamed: green on the outside; red on the inside – to usher in a form of one world government. He claims to have seen evidence of this in a draft treaty due to be signed off by world leaders at this December’s Copenhagen climate change conference.

It will, he believes, in rich nations having as much as 2 per cent of their GDP diverted to third world countries – supposedly to compensate them for the evils wrought by two centuries or so of Western industrialisation; and tough new climate change rules to be imposed on Western economies by UN bureaucrats over which sovereign nations (and their electorates) will have no control.

I don’t know how accurate he is on the specific details, but Monckton is certainly right in principle. The climate fear industry is, I believe, the single greatest threat to national sovereignty (as we’ve already seen under the EU, with its directives on carbon emissions, landfill etc) and individual liberty of our era.

Full article here:

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