Saturday, December 22, 2012

One World Government ... Is it a plan to end all our troubles?

Yeah, right !!!  
The One-World-govt. or Agenda 21 as it is known,  is a ploy devised by the powerful  to empower the already too powerful.  It's nothing but a ploy hatched by politicians and the puppet masters who have politicians on a string  like Soros and his ilk ... it's a ploy devised to take away individual freedoms and control the masses in one fell swoop.  Don't fall for it no matter how benign and all  for the  "benefit of the underprivileged"  that it's made to sound.  The TPP is just one of the many, many instruments that will be used to  join up with other instruments (some of them already in place)  for enabling the full assembly of the ultimate plan which will let a few hundred extremely powerful individuals rule the world.

John F.McManus writing at TheJohnBirchSociety:
....Beware the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Pact.  The TPP is a vehicle for Asia-Pacific-wide economic integration.

If Henry Kissinger and Richard N. Gardner told you they wanted to destroy our nation’s independence via a “piecemeal” approach while calling their treachery something else, wouldn’t you be on guard? Wouldn’t you watch for and oppose them, their allies, and their plans as they place pieces into a mosaic that will become a world government? Of course you would. Well, they and numerous others have boldly told us what they intend, have already taken several steps toward achievement of the overall goal, and surely delight in seeing their nightmarish dreams moving toward fulfillment.

Some of the pieces of this world government mosaic have already been created. NAFTA is perhaps the most important. But another, the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) offered by both President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush, ran into a substantial roadblock erected by The John Birch Society. It is no longer being promoted and something else has taken its place. Now there’s a need to create another roadblock, one needed to stop America’s entry into a proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement.

Remaining faithful to the piecemeal approach, individuals promoting the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have successfully entwined the following nations in negotiations toward the overall goal: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, and the United States. Representatives of each of these nations will meet in Auckland, New Zealand, during December 3-12, 2012, for the 15th round of TPP negotiations. The purpose of their gathering is to cement agreement about a formal TPP trade pact in the near future.

Trade pact? How could anyone be opposed to a trade pact? The answer, very simply, is that economic integration is always followed by political integration. Is economic integration the initial goal of the TPP? Indeed it is, and that goal is so stated in the “Trans- Pacific Partnership Frequently Asked Questions” section of the official website of the the United States Trade Representative (, which candidly states: “The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a vehicle for Asia-Pacific-wide economic integration.” 

Further indicating TPP’s goal, the group’s organizers boldly discussed the “vision of negotiating a high-standard, 21st century regional agreement.” In other words, the TPP conference in New Zealand is a grand step toward gaining nation-by-nation approval of another sovereignty-compromising trade agreement.

As stated by proponents of this latest attack on national sovereignty, the bait being used to build sentiment toward an eventual Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement is “jobs, economic growth, and long-term prosperity.” This is exactly what lured 27 nations in Europe to enter into the European Union. None were told that they were joining a sovereignty- compromising political group, but many Europeans now realize that this is precisely what happened. It will surely happen to the United States and other nations if their leaders continue down the rosy path being laid out for them by the TPP..................

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