The road towards a global governance has been a long one. One of the biggest players in navigating that road is the Council on Foreign Relations. Here is a document from 1974 that will show you that they have had their eye on this goal for a very long time. We are now living in the days of all this planning coming together. So, never let anyone tell you it is just a conspiracy theory. The evidence is there, you only need to read it for yourself.
THE HARD ROAD TO WORLD ORDER
By Richard N. Gardner
T was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” What Dickens wrote of the last quarter of the 18th century fits the present period all too well. The quest for a world structure that secures peace, advances human rights and provides the conditions for economic progress—for what is loosely called world order—has never seemed more frustrating but at the same time strangely hopeful. Certainly the gap has never loomed larger between the objectives and the capacities of the international organizations that were supposed to get mankind on the road to world order. We are witnessing an outbreak of shortsighted nationalism that seems oblivious to the economic, political and moral implications of interdependence. Yet never has there been such widespread recognition by the world’s intellectual leadership of the necessity for cooperation and planning on a truly global basis, beyond country, beyond region, especially beyond social system. Never has there been such an extraordinary growth in the constructive potential of transnational private organizations—not just multinational
corporations but international associations of every kind in which like-minded persons around the world weave effective patterns of global action. And never have we seen such an impressive array of ongoing negotiations aimed at the cooperative management of global problems.