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Outline Of The Global Government

28 Sep

Here is a very important outline of the components of world government that is now consolidating its power over all of us. This outline is a little dated (from 1996). There have been various treaties and agreements which could be added to this since it’s first publication, but none of these concepts have been over turned, only added to and reinforced. It is originally from Joan Veon‘s United Nations’ Global Strait Jacket.
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THE PERCEIVED GLOBAL COMPONENTS OF WORLD GOVERNMENT 

THE BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS  Basel, Switzerland
“The Central Bank’s Bank”

 

GROUP OF TEN Group of Seven + Luxembourg, Switzerland, Holland, Sweden and 
Belgium (Comprises all of the major money centers of the world)

 

GROUP OF SEVEN United States, Britain, Canada, France, Italy,
Germany, Japan plus Russia

 

THE UNITED NATIONS The countries left after the Group of Seven/Group of Ten – which are called the “G-77” – comprised of 122 of the remaining 
countries and considered developing countries

  THE FOUR PILLARS OF THE UN AGENDA FOR
implementing World Government 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SOCIAL MILITARY/POLITICAL

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THE UNITED NATIONS THE FOUR PILLARS OF THE UN AGENDA FOR 
implementing World Government

 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SOCIAL MILITARY/POLITICAL

 

ENVIRONMENT Implementing the “Agenda 21” Plans for the Environment – 
Based on environmental conferences in 1972 and 1992

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AGENDA 21 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THE BIODIVERSITY  TREATY PRESIDENT’S COMMISSION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
The UN Conference on the Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, June 1992  –Established the UN Commission on 
Sustainable Development
— Agreed for a bold mandate for change– to reorganize Western civilization – ”
–A number of non-legally binding
 agreements were signed for all types
 of forests, decertification and climate
 change along with biological diversity.
 around nature. 
IN THE FUTURE, ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY RIGHTS WILL CHANGE TO CONFORM WITH THE ENVIRONMENT, i.e., if you have a 
“endangered specie” on your farm, you cannot farm your property. All rights are restricted to the government.
The concept of Sustainable Development basically says that there are too many people on planet Earth and that the population of the world must be reduced in order to have enough resources for future generations. The UN should be the global custodian of the earth and all of its resources. This means that we will be measured by how much we produce and how much we consume as found in the “family dependency ratio.” Every person will be valued according to their usefulness. In addition, the UN will control the earth’s resources–energy, water, food and so on. The concept of sustainable development can be found in the Communist Manifesto and the 1977 USSR Constitution. Part of the Agenda 21 is Biodiversity which is a phrase coined to describe the variety of the genes, species and ecosystem found on our planet. It embraces all life forms, from plant and animal life to micro-organisms and the water, land and air in which they live and interact….Al Gore wrote in his book, 
Earth in the Balance, “We must make the rescue of the environment the central organizing principle for civilization,…use every policy and program, every law and institution, every treaty and alliance, every tactic and strategy, every plan and course of action…to halt the destruction of the environment and to preserve…our ecological system.” It was move 50% of the surface land in America into protected “ecosystems” There are 47
biospheres in the US occupying over 43.5 million acres of land.
The Senate did NOT ratify the UN Biodiversity Treaty, however, Bill Clinton, through Executive Order set up the President’s Commission on Sustainable Development which is in the process of implementing the UN Biodiversity Treaty.  This Treaty will move human beings by 2025 in to “protected islands” in which they will not be able to get out of or move from. These islands will be surrounded by corridors and buffer zones. 
There are many laws which are being passed that are moving, bit by bit, thousands of acres into “protected wildlife, heritage, and ecosystems.” The chart on the following page lists only a few of the land redesignated in 1993-1994 103rd Congress. 
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THE UNITED NATIONS THE FOUR PILLARS OF THE UN AGENDA FOR 
implementing World Government

 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SOCIAL MILITARY/POLITICAL

  THE BRETTON WOOD’S MONETARY CONFERENCE
July, 1944
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE WORLD BANK THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND THE WORLD TRADE  ORGANIZATION “THE GLOBAL SECURITY AND  EXCHANGE COMMISSION”
Birthed at the UN Monetary Conference in 1944, this organization was originally suppose to make reconstruction loans to develop countries after the war. They made two of them and then changed their mandate. Today, they are orchestrating world economic globalization. They have added, besides a number of regional banks in Africa, Latin America and Asia, a loan guarantee company, and a company to establish stock markets around the world. In addition, they are an originator of loans to poor countries for development. There is much documented evidence that the World Bank is a heavy taskmaster and that Third World Countries cannot develop infrastructure because of the debt load. The Bank also is a leader in lending based on sustainable development and population reduction. The purpose of this Fund was originally to help develop war torn Europe, however, today, they basically plan and orchestrate the economic development of countries of the world, looking to bring that development into harmonization and convergence with the UN’s overall plans. The Group of Seven Finance Ministers have agreed to change the direction of the IMF and provide it with the powers of a “world central bank” (UN Human Development Report 1994). These include: (1) Stabilize global economic activity, (2) Lender of last resort of financial institutions, (3) Calm jittery financial markets, and (4) Create and regulate new international liquidity . The first three are being put into motion now after agreement at the 1996 G-7 meeting in France and the Spring IMF/World Bank Meeting. Originally recommended at the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference, the U.S. Senate refused to ratify a “world trading body” in 1948. However, after much lobbying, the GATT was signed into law in the U.S. by a lame duck congress in December, 1994. On 1/1/95, GATT became the UN World Trade Organization. Lawmakers do not yet understand the extent of their actions when they signed the more than 25,000 page document. It is the goal of the UN to have a “world without borders.” The WTO basically tears down tariffs, trade barriers and copyright laws in favor of the global good and “free trade.” The WTO will be meeting in December at their first Ministerial Conference to determine fines (sanctions) for countries who do not implement their 25,000 pages of global rules. Due to the globalization process which is taking place in the world today, basically every country has established a stock exchange. The International Conference on Security Commissions- -IOSCO in Montreal is working with the Bank for International Settlements to set up and become a “global regulatory agency” which basically makes it a “Global Security and Exchange Commission.” They currently think of themselves as a “United Nations of Security Commissions.” They recently held their 21st annual meeting in which they have adopted more global regulatory measures that will standardize the regulatory laws worldwide. This encompasses banks, security firms and exchanges as well as insurance companies. 

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THE UNITED NATIONS THE FOUR PILLARS OF THE UN AGENDA FOR 
implementing World Government

 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SOCIAL MILITARY/POLITICAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Population Reduction – Cairo, 9/94 The Social Summit –  Copenhagen, 3/95 The Fourth Women’s Conference – Beijing, 9/95 Habitat II Conference,  Istanbul, 6/96 The Food Conference, Rome 11/96
Here the UN passed a very large “Programme of Action” to reduce the population in the world through “family planning clinics and education” under the auspices of International Planned Parenthood, one of their imminent grass-roots organizations. The women from the third world complained that all they could get from these clinics were condoms– not even aspirin. The Social Summit was held under t he guise of eliminating hunger, poverty and social disintegration, however, the real agenda was a world tax for the UN. This is still a goal, to find a source of funding which is “unlimited” as that they do not have to rely on contributions from member- states. Also, they recommended changes to the IMF, stated above and are pushing for their own voluntary army. These are goals that they have been working towards basically since their inception in 1945. This conference, while wanting to change the definition of “family” to include homosexuality, had a hidden agenda under the feminine rhetoric and that is the replacement of national laws with those of international law and sustainable development economics which would measure the production and consumption of every person in the world. Hillary Clinton has a Women’s Commission at the White House in which they are advancing the Beijing Agenda in the U.S. This conference, did much to show the extent of the UN agenda. Instead of the heads of governments making their speeches to the UN, it was the ministerial level of every government which presented their goals on how they were going to conform with Habitat. The Habitat Agenda clearly and emphatically states that “personal property rights adds to injustice” and that they must be changed for the good of the public. Three mayors from U.S. cities were on the U.S. delegation. Kurt Schmoke from Baltimore said that he saw the participation of the grass roots level in the direct U.N. process as the “new wave of the future.” This conference, like others held before it in the 50’s and 70’s, is last in a series of mega- conferences in which the UN is going after the definition of family and population control, not to mention trying to control the food supply in the world. 
This conference along with the previous ones listed here is part of the overall push for world governance through the UN, negating in our case, the U.S. constitution and by- passing the House and the Senate. International law is comprised of the consensus obtained at these conferences. 

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THE UNITED NATIONS THE FOUR PILLARS OF THE UN AGENDA FOR 
implementing World Government

 

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC SOCIAL MILITARY/POLITICAL

 

 

 

DEMORALIZATION OF MILITARY DISARMAMENT
Gays in the military and women in combat. One of the chief goals of the UN is a complete disarmament of the forces and defense capabilities of the member- states so that in the end, the UN is dominant. There have been a number of laws and policies passed by the U.S. Government toward this end. They are enclosed: (1) FREEDOM FROM WAR – 
This would place our military under foreign command. A copy of State Department Publication 7277 which 
became Public Law 87-297. A sheet on the 1988 U.S. code Book is also enclosed.
(2) UPDATED AMENDMENT TO LAW 87-297
 This is called the “Arms Control and Disarmament Amendments Act of 1989, copy enclosed.
(3) List of Planks of the Communist Manifesto and their fulfillment in U.S. Law.
(4) The giving up of part of Holaman Air Force Base to the Germans – foreign soldiers training in the U.S.,
 including the Russians
(5) The establishment of many “Joint Law Enforcement” Schools around the world.
(6) The 40 points of terrorism agreed to by the G-7 in Lyon, France which would join and bring our law enforcement
 under a central foreign command. 

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