- Feb 4, 2006
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THE GLOBAL-GOVERNANCE DECEPTION
By Steven Yates
February 12, 2006
Those following my work know that what motivates much of my writing is the conviction that we are in the midst of an ongoing process—a revolution in permanence, one might call it, aimed at transforming every institution and ultimately enslaving individuals. This process aims at erasing America (as I put it in an earlier article). Once, not terribly long ago, it worked its effects in secret. Now, those who know what to look for can see evidence of this process everywhere, operating almost in the open. Its short term goals: regional economic integration and the gradual erosion of national sovereignty. Its long term goal: world government. Its advocates call this “global governance,” of course.
One of the process’s major strategic tools is “free trade” ideology, which pursues global micromanagement behind a rhetoric of democracy, prosperity, and so on. Another is sustainable development (Agenda 21, public-private partnerships, Smart Growth, economic development in “corridors,” the New Urbanism, the Wildlands Project, etc.). Still another is the dumbing down of all state-sponsored education. This has involved the ratcheting down of subjects like history and logic in favor of pure vocationalism, so graduates will have “job skills” or be “lifelong learners” without learning of this country’s founding documents or their historical and philosophical background. These strategic tools are different strands of an integrated package, the goal of which is a totally managed and administered planet.
Those who believe this are still often dismissed as “conspiracy kooks.” These days, it is hard to resist the urge to return the ridicule.
For today, we have the World Wide Web. Most of the evidence for the process I and many others describe is available not merely on conspiracy-focused Web sites but on the advocates’ own home bases on the Web.
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COMMENT: its being talked about in the open if one would just take the time to look.
http://www.independent.co.uk/world/politics/article341967.eceAnd speaking of the UN, the organization’s self-conception as an incipient world government ought to be considered fully out in the open, with the UN Development Programme just unveiled at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.