There can be little doubt which word won the prize for most important adjective in 2009. This was the year in which "global" swept the rest of the political lexicon into obscurity. There were "global crises" and "global challenges", the only possible resolution to which lay in "global solutions" necessitating "global agreements". [Would these global agreements] sweep away any consideration of what was once assumed to be the most basic principle of modern democracy: that elected national governments are responsible to their own people – that the right to govern derives from the consent of the electorate. There'll be nowhere to run from the new world government – Janet Daley
Everyone knows what a lobbyist is, but do you know what an "Adviser" is in Washington, D.C.?
... Communitarianism is a political system that gives authority over individuals to unelected community "stakeholder" councils. A stakeholder is defined as a "group, person, organization or system" which can be just about anybody or anything. You'll find the term used in just about every government and grant funded project in existence today ... Forming partnerships with stakeholders is an effective way to bypass voters and taxpayers. Our Common Community  - Niki Raapana.
No Smoking
In previous parts of this article we have explored the architecture of the new system of Global Governance and the importance to that system of networked civil society NGO's and Partnerships. Funding for such networks being conditional upon them collectively pursuing  policies linked to Agenda 21.
Despite the available evidence there are some who still promote the belief that discussion about the establishment of World Governance is nothing other than one of a number of conspiracy theories that are corroding our society.
Despite the volume of evidence that I have already presented in relation to the organisation, Common Purpose, one issue is becoming increasingly clear - The British Media generally neglects to inform the British public of its' activities and has also failed to educate its' readership in relation to the the United Nations Agenda 21 programme.
Change, yes but what kind of change?
I have received a number of emails from readers of my series of articles, One World Governance - A Common Purpose. A few readers have pointed out to us that they are finding it difficult to visualise the relationships between the various organisations promoting the United Nations Global Agenda.
Sold To Common Purpose
Have the interests of individual constituents been sacrificed whilst Parliament pursues a largely hidden agenda aimed at undermining the Sovereign Independance of the Nation State?
The United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005 - 2014), for which UNESCO is the lead agency, seeks to integrate the principles, values and practices of sustainable development into all aspects of education and learning, in order to address the social economic and cultural and environmental problems we face in the 21st Century - UNESCO Education for sustainable development
The net closes in on every man, woman and child. The fishing net is an effective hunting weapon. Simple, easily made, the net is initially not seen by the fish, and then when they eventually encounter the mesh, all escape routes are blocked. The net encircles them, traps them and ultimately allows the fish to be pulled from their living environment to be killed.