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New World Order - 1940 Parlimentary Debate
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During the first year of WW2, Parliment gathered to discuss what would become of the world once the war was won. This, they called "war aims".

I was fasinated from start to finish with the following Hansard from 15th October 1940, and you can clearly see the germination of something discussed outside of Parliment as the debate openly progresses. Talk of a New World Order and the worries about uses of propaganda and the BBC (same difference) are very revealing. There is a big feeling that the then PM - Winston Churchil, (who was absent from the debate) seemed to be keeping much of the house in the dark about a great many things.

Just for a feel of what's been recorded, here's an extract...

Mr Arthur Woodburn (Clackmannan and Eastern)

"I am disturbed about this campaign for a Government statement of war aims, which carries the implication that this country has gone to war for some special positive purpose. The hon. Member for East Birkenhead (Mr. Graham White) brought to our minds the fact that Hitler had gone to war to impose a new order on Europe and the world. As far as I am aware, this country had no such intention in September, 1939. We went to war to resist Hitler in his attempts to impose a new order on Europe—and that was our only purpose. If we are now to impose a new order, that will be an extremely big job. Those who ask that we should announce war aims, seem to suggest that these war aims are to include a new order for the world; that we should take up the task which Hitler has usurped, by dictating a new world order. I believe that that is beyond our strength and our ability. Those who suggest it should make an announcement of what they propose. Are we, after defeating Hitler, to continue this war in order to force Turkey, Russia, and all those countries which are under semi-dictatorships, to adopt democracy?"

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=1940-10-15a.653.5&s=world+order#g659.2

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Kade, Search for the 'World Federation'.

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I just love these "forgotten" files, its amazing what you can find from the days when a conversation didnt carry the fear of being found out via any "prism" system and folks talked more openly, so much truith out there. Cheers for this one Kade, will have a proper read later mate. Good post.

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martin wrote:

Kade, Search for the 'World Federation'.

Just looked through that Martin, will have a read through that too, Quite suprised it doesnt yet mention a section in Cardiff.

regards otg

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Here's an extract:

some of us within the Parliamentary Group for World Government have seen in the situation the idea that international constitution-makers might come in and attempt to frame a future world structure around our Commonwealth, taking its more exportable elements for adaptation in the wider international field. I say "more exportable elements" because so much of the pattern of that strange family relationship—the silken cords to which Burke referred as binding more closely than iron chains"— is associated with 500 years of a very individual type of history, and as such could not be regarded as exportable. But that all would he welcome to come in and study the British Commonwealth, and to adopt our principles and methods in the wider international sphere, I could regard only as a happy development in international affairs. 

Already we are a long way from the day when an Englishman will accept a law framed in Europe on British soil. And yet it is in that second, more deliberate, approach that I see the seeds of eventual success, in facing the citizen of the world with the blueprint of a plan, in letting him understand its implications, and having its acceptance by common consent, with no risk whatever of all of us waking up one day to discover that we are subject to an international dispensation which we had neither sanctioned nor understood. - Lord Birdwood (1953)

It seems clear to me the the European Union was viewed as a 'stepping stone' to World Government as early as 1953.

We therefore turn full circle to the question posed in 1953.

Do we consent to the establshment of World Government?

Are we to remain silent on this issue?

‘Qui tacet consentire videtur'

Perhaps more importantly 'How can we make our voices heard?'

The speaker in Kades post is one Arthur Woodburn. To learn more about him go here >>> One Britain, One Europe, One World: The Socialist Internationalism of Arthur Woodburn - Part 1

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If you guys can find a copy of the transcript made at the  first bilderberg meeting, you will see exactly the same things being discussed. I have excerpts here, but the main site is not up anymore (surprise surprise). This is what I have left, if anyone's interested.

 

http://explosivereports.com/2013/06/14/breaking-original-1954-bilderberg...

http://911disclosure.blogspot.de/2013/06/uncovered-bilderberg-documents-...

 

 

As well as Club of Rome

http://explosivereports.com/2013/06/19/club-of-rome-founder-proposed-glo...

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glad you posted that Malcolm as i came across this and forgot to post it. looks like i have the same stuff here but have a ganders as i have not had time to cross refrence......http://dprogram.net/2013/06/09/bilderberg-documents-from-the-first-meeting-in-1954/

guys.... a great thread! great info! it amazes me how people can even ridicule this NWO as conspiracy crank stuff.

will catch up on this as i do not have the time right now, hope the link helps

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martin wrote:

Kade, Search for the 'World Federation'.

Lol - just a quick search of that particular phrase brings you to this disconcerting statement on the Wikipedia page:

Current global governance system

See also: United Nations

Flag of the United Nations.

As of 2013, there is no functioning global international military, executive, legislature, judiciary, or constitution, with jurisdiction over the entire planet.

The Earth is divided geographically and demographically into mutually exclusive territories and political structures called states which are independent and sovereign in most cases. There are numerous bodies, institutions, unions, coalitions, agreements and contracts between these units of authority, but, except in cases where a nation is under military occupation by another, all such arrangements depend on the continued consent of the participant nations. Thus the use of violence is unprohibited throughout the realm and is only checked by the threat of retaliatory actions. Where no such threat exists a nation may freely use violence against another.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Federation

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How reassuring to rely on wikipedia as fact. There is already, for example, an International Criminal Court.

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Yeah. If it's in your face on Wikipedia, then it must be bad.

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KadeJones wrote:

As of 2013, there is no functioning global international military, executive, legislature, judiciary, or constitution, with jurisdiction over the entire planet.

Well that settles that then! Thanks Wikipedia. :)

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Putin exposes the New World Order. I'm becoming a fan of this guy:

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