By Tony Cartalucci
"That global ethic can infuse the fairness and responsibility that is necessary for these institutions to work, but we should not lose the chance in this generation, in this decade in particular, with President Obama in America, with other people working with us around the world, to create global institutions for the environment, and for finance, and for security and for development, that make sense of our responsibility to other peoples, our desire to bind the world together, and our need to tackle problems that everybody knows exist." -Gordon Brown, Prime Minister UK
Gordon Brown is talking about what many people are calling global governance, or when they aren't mincing words, global government. Similar calls are made from Council on Foreign Relations members like Fareed Zakaria, a regular contributor for propaganda clearing house "Newsweek" in articles like "Writing the Rules for a New World."
Global problems, they argue, need global solutions. Global problems like the H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic, which later turned out to be over-hyped by industry insiders. Global problems like the current economic melt down perpetrated by the very financial institutions and regulatory organizations seeking additional authority and consolidation with even less oversight than before. Global problems like "terrorism" and "conflict" that the globalists are firmly, undoubtedly behind. Indeed, they are proposing global government to solve these global problems, they themselves are making.
These are immensely powerful people, the remnants of the European empires and the by-product of America's "Manifest Destiny" seeking global consolidation through these "global institutions."
But what Gordon Brown says in the beginning is absolutely right. The people's means of communicating allows them to understand and solve problems faster and more efficiently. What he is proposing however, is to take this grassroots power away from the people and channel it through elitist controlled "global institutions." What is more insulting, is that the examples he uses to invoke our sympathy and support for his call for global institutionalization, are all contrived, engineered, or perpetrated by the elite he is a representative of.
The Vietnam War was executed by the Americans. The death of Iranian dissident Neda was during U.S. backed unrest in Iran. Global warming has also fallen on its face as an absolute fraud, with carbon trading banks putting up "Carbon Clocks" then being caught defrauding this still in utero carbon market before the real scam even began.
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Gordon Brown is a used-car salesman. He has something of such utter worthlessness, of such questionable quality, and is attempting to sell it to you to your own detriment and to his own benefit. A man like this, no matter how expensive the suit, no matter what the introduction given, no matter how sympathy-evoking his slides are, is nothing more than a salesman looking to cheat you.
The world is already becoming a better place, where immense corruption and the criminals purveying it are being exposed, and the tide of justice and equality is being turned because of decentralized, grassroots efforts, utilizing technology, communication, and soon, personal manufacturing. Don't let used-car salesmen like Gordon Brown convince you of handing over this great equalizer to him and his "global institutions."