World leaders, under the United Nations, had an emergency 3-day food summit in Rome, early June and agreed to act quickly and boldly to control soaring food prices that threaten nearly 1 billion people with hunger and could trigger global social unrest. (Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2008). Like we have written extensively in the past, food shortage is one of many “global problems” which is forcing governments to come together to seek for “global solutions”, which of course are all geared to ending with nations losing their sovereignties and a one world government being instituted. The environment (global warming, etc) and terrorism are other major issues.
The arrowhead and model for the One World Government agenda is surely Europe. European agenda received a leap forward with the recent approval of the EU treaty by the UK Parliament – despite the position of the Irish (the only entity that subjected the matter to referendum) to reject it. See BBC Coverage at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/politics/7461918.stm With this, other moves to institute Europe-like regional governments in other regions of the world have received a boost.
On May 23, South American leaders signed an agreement to establish the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR). Modelled after the EU, the treaty sets goals for integration of energy and transportation networks and immigration policies. It also creates a South American parliament in Cochabamba, Bolivia. According to Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the creation of a South American bloc is a step towards the creation of a single central bank and a single regional currency.
Institutions are not left out of these moves towards global governance. According to Business Week (May 23, 2008), tax collecting agencies from many nations are joining forces in new collaborations to hound tax cheats all across the globe – much like the Interpol and other investigative units already collaborate on criminal matters. Surely the days of the anticipated global tax are nearby - which tax the UN desperately seeks, and many believe is responsible for that organization’s adamant insistence that man is the main cause of global warming, so that nations may be appropriately taxed to finance the solution.
Meanwhile, the silence from the corporate press was deafening, as none dared to include a single mention of the meeting of the powerful Bilderberg group meeting which held June 6-8 at Chantilly, in the United States. Imagine a meeting of over 125 global power brokers including David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, the secretary general of NATO, Ben Bernanke, Condoleezza Rice, CEO's of the world's biggest corporations, U.S. politicians and European royalty, together with a secret visit by American presidential hopeful Barak Obama and his arch contender, Hillary Clinton – all these folks, meeting amidst tight security and the ubiquitous protesters, yet absolutely no mention of the event in any corporate media house, local or international! Anyone who still believes there is nothing like a secretive high-level move to discuss global issue and governance, to borrow an expression from ex-President Obasanjo, “needs to have their head examined”.