"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Thursday, 9 December 2010

Too Damned Depressing For Words


The UN, Cancun and the softly, softly steps to a NWO. There seems to be no power on earth that can stop these megalomaniacs - certainly not the ballot box which becomes more irrelevant every day.
"Since the Chairman’s note is very long, I shall summarize the main points:

Finance: Western countries will jointly provide $100 billion a year by 2020 to an unnamed new UN Fund. To keep this sum up with GDP growth, the West may commit itself to pay 1.5% of GDP to the UN each year. That is more than twice the 0.7% of GDP that the UN has recommended the West to pay in foreign aid for the past half century. Several hundred of the provisions in the Chairman’s note will impose huge financial costs on the nations of the West.

The world-government Secretariat:
In all but name, the UN Convention’s Secretariat will become a world government directly controlling hundreds of global, supranational, regional, national and sub-national bureaucracies. It will receive the vast sum of taxpayers’ money ostensibly paid by the West to the Third World for adaptation to the supposed adverse consequences of imagined (and imaginary) “global warming”.

Bureaucracy: Hundreds of new interlocking bureaucracies answerable to the world-government Secretariat will vastly extend its power and reach. In an explicit mirroring of the European Union’s method of enforcing the will of its unelected Kommissars on the groaning peoples of that benighted continent, the civil servants of nation states will come to see themselves as servants of the greater empire of the Secretariat, carrying out its ukases and diktats whatever the will of the nation states’ governments. Many of the new bureaucracies are disguised as “capacity-building in developing countries”. This has nothing to do with growing the economies or industries of poorer nations. It turns out to mean the installation of hundreds of bureaucratic offices answerable to the Secretariat in numerous countries around the world. Who pays? You do, gentle taxpayer. Babylon, Byzantium, the later Ottoman Empire, the formidable bureaucracy of Nazi Germany, the vast empire of 27,000 paper-shufflers at the European Union: add all of these together and multiply by 100 and you still do not reach the sheer size, cost, power and reach of these new subsidiaries of the Secretariat..."

You can read it here IN FULL

The people of the world going back to 'the good old days' of knowing their place, of being tax slaves and cannon fodder.


HERE is another man's report on Cancun, and where I found the following video:

7 comments:

  1. Many thanks for the info. Better to see the enemy coming than wonder whose at the door.

    Our only hope of stopping this?

    Well, they are building a house of cards. All we need to do is find the most important 'cards', and then, ahem, end them.

    There is no nice way of surviving. Only surviving.

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  2. I should add, by 'we', I mean lone individuals who are capable of assassinations.

    No point in trying mass rebellion. We'd be cut down like cattle.

    Nah, our only chance is to be as sneaky and as dishonest as them.

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  3. Lone individuals as you describe usually end up in the electric chair or shot outside a court room! Maybe you're right, maybe I'm idealistic in thinking that many people can make a difference through non-violent protest. I still can't see our own Armed Forces turning on us though - and that's where EuroGendFor & EuroPol comes in. If we're reading the signs right, these students currently protesting about a rise in tuition fees are in for one heck of a rude awakening.

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  4. Jobs for the boys (and girls) is just the least bad part of this. As you say it is a world scale imitation of the way euro beurocracies grew. The Government Office Of The SouthWest (which always lied about what it was for) had a few rooms in a converted georgian townhouse. Now as the SouthWest RDA it occupies a large modern office block that overdhadows the local authority; taking the piss really because that is where the power lies because that is where the Euopean funding (with our own money) comes from.
    Dave says he will abolish the RDAs but he can't because they are not his to abolish, they are the EvilEUs. Likewise will this worldwide Secretariat take power.

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  5. True, Banned. All Cameron has done is re-shuffle and re-name the RDAs. All this localism and Big Society guff is to fit better within the EU structure.

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  6. Evening GV.

    Our troops may not fire, but how about the German or French?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/world-war-2/8194662/German-troops-stationed-in-France-for-first-time-since-Second-World-War.html

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  7. Thanks for the link Jack, yes, that's why I mentioned eurogendfor above - it's the logical next step, unfortunately. Everything has been put in place already, it just needs a small spark to trigger implementation. Following the student riots it's reported that Theresa May has told the Met they can have water cannon in future - something they actually asked for last year to bring them into line with the continent - yet it's presented as something new. It's just a small example of their long-term planning. Another is that public sector employees, which is what the police are, are immune from prosecution resulting from the death of a protester in a riot situation. I don't think most people realise what a tangled web we're caught up in.

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