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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Globalization: Agenda for Global Government

We hear a lot about the need for our country to adapt to a global economy and that globalization is inevitable for America's future. If you doubt that powerful people are really planning to push America into world government, you should read a new report just published by the U.S. National Intelligence Council in conjunction with the European Union Institute for Securities Studies. It's called "Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Junction." We can thank best-selling author Jerome Corsi for alerting us to this danger. He says the conclusion is inescapable that the U.S. and EU intelligence apparatus is setting the stage for one-world government by 2025.

This document says that free-trade economics is what is driving us toward globalism, that globalism is unstoppable, and that the United States has no choice but to compromise our sovereignty to accommodate the demands of globalism.

We know that the internationalists have been touting the word interdependence for a long time. The British Prime Minister gave a speech at Harvard in which he called on us to renounce our Declaration of Independence and proclaim a declaration of interdependence. That seemed pretty silly,but the globalists are dead serious; they are determined to get America into some form of world government so that they can steal our wealth and our high standard of living and redistribute it around the world.

This new report claims that while interdependence has been a feature of economic globalism for many years, the rise of China, India and Brazil has taken economic interdependence to a new level, and climate-change issues and economic crises are making us more and more interconnected with other countries. The globalists are hoping for some kind of international crisis, such as a flu epidemic in Canada or a starvation crisis in Africa, to be used as an international catastrophe to propel us into a global government solution.

Listen to the radio commentary here:

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