Series: One World Governance

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
Americans have a lot more in common with the British than many may realize. On both sides of the Atlantic there is a very quiet and totally identical revolution underway. Commoners from Alaska to London face the same enemy with the same name. What binds them in a way that surpasses all others is the simple fact that neither side knows what exactly their enemy is called.
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.
In this article we present Global Tobacco Control as a case study in order to explore the practical application of the new system of World Governance.
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?
In our One World Governance series of articles we have recently been looking at the role of Partnerships in the new system of Global Governance.
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
Following the failure to reach binding Treaty agreements among the Nations attending the Cop 15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in November 2009 UK Column readers have probably already noted that media coverage of the 2010 COP 16 Conference in Cancun, Mexico was surprisingly low key. In fact the Wikileaks affair and the tuition fees protests might be viewed as yet another deliberate media attempt at public distraction.
Is there something rather sinister hidden beneath the fluffy Big Society label that the British public find unpalatable? Where does the Big Society initiative originate and what is its' true purpose?
Bill Gates
Who is promoting the introduction of a financial transactions tax, and, for what purpose will any collected revenue be applied?
Although the attention of the British public has long been distracted by Media Disinformation campaigns there are still occasions when the press publish a small fragment of an issue of constitutional importance.
Duke of Edinburgh
That we live in a world of “Agenda Politics” is absolutely clear. Governments come and go, but the agenda never changes. Policies left incomplete by one government are taken up with gusto by the next. Civil servants get involved in writing party manifestos. One of the most obvious of the agendas that our politicians are pushing is that of “World Government”. The British Parliament is now subservient to so many foreign bodies and institutions it is hard to keep count.
An internet search for ‘Inter-Parliamentary Union’ yielded not one result from the UK mainstream media. The IPU had featured in reports in the Australian, the Ceylon Daily News, the Pakistan Daily Times, the Trinidad Guardian, the Malay Mail and the Ottawa Citizen. This prompted us to ask: What is the IPU and should our readers take an interest in it?
Philosopher Robert Roland Smith said that for change to work, the discontent with the present must be greater than the tolerance of it. Isn't this the perception we are being fed about the state of parts of our NHS? Might this not suggest that it is being deliberately sabotaged from within?
If this was 1940 and not 2016 the blatant anti-British propaganda being showered upon the public by state broadcaster the BBC and other news publications could well have competed for the Joseph Goebels award for honesty. What we are witnessing today with the systematic talking down of Britain now makes the historical broadcasting of William Joyce (Lord Haw Haw) appear patriotic.
David Miliband, president of a New York based refugee "charity" supported by hefty donations from George Soros amongst others, is paid a staggering £425,000 per annum. What do we know of Miliband and his International Rescue Committee?
The overall objective of the internationalists is the undermining of the independent, self governing, Westphalian Nation State and its system of governance, replaced by a new order more favourable to them.
In the new political and economic system of the 21st century an ever increasing number of non-governmental organisations, often working collaboratively in networks, who now claim to better represent individuals, or as we are now called, "Civil Society".
Fairness: everyone is demanding it. Theresa May is basing her "shared society" on it. Jeremy Corbyn wants a fair society. But what is it, and what do they mean when they invoke it?
In recent months the most discussed political issue has been Brexit and our future relationship with the remaining members of the European Union. Most mainstream commentators have missed the growing threat to independent sovereign Nations posed by Global Governance. The power to make many of our laws has long since shifted to organisations operating at the global level.
In this article we will investigate if the actions of Welsh politicians reflects the wishes of the majority of the Welsh electorate or promotes the policies of those with global interests. The former state represents true democracy whilst the latter evidences dictatorship.
The British press have long had the tendency to sensationalise the mundane and, in relation to issues of national significance, either omit them entirely or report deliberately skewed half truths and untruths.
In the process of regionalisation, which is leading us all towards global government, we have been witnessing the incremental transfer of nation state sovereign powers to supra-national bodies.
Shared Society - Club de Madrid policy
Is the idea of the Shared Society really this Conservative Government's plan or does it originate elsewhere?
With the release of the iPhone X people have been asked to accept a new level of biometric intrusion so that their phone can identify them. But is this a simple security measure, or is there a global policy agenda at work?
“The powers of financial capitalism had a far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. The system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.” - Caroll Quigley in his book Tragedy and Hope
The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy—created by the European Commission in 2008—went mercurial last June when U.S. President Trump gave a cold shoulder to “global warming” by announcing he was distancing America from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
With the recent bombshell news that Carillion was going into voluntary liquidation there are growing fears that other firms such as G4S could also be at risk. News has also surfaced that KPMG is under increasing pressure and risks being investigated for giving Carillion's financial statements its seal of approval only 10 months ago.
Shortly after Boris Johnson announced a sales ban on all petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles from 2035 Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport, signalled his aim to bring this forward to 2032 at the latest. What are the key drivers of this policy and what does this say about the state of British democracy?
During this crisis, are we being nudged towards outcomes predetermined years ago? Recurrent themes include Marxism and Common Purpose.
For my whole life I have been a staunch monarchist. Yet today, I have become a republican.