Admiral Chester Ward, a former US Judge Advocate General of the Navy, was a member of the CFR for sixteen years. He said that the purpose of the organisation was the “…submergence of US sovereignty and national independence into an all-powerful one-world government”. In his book, Kissinger On The Couch, written with Phyllis Schafly, Ward said: “…(the)…lust to surrender the sovereignty and independence of the United States is pervasive throughout most of the membership, and particularly in the leadership of several divergent cliques that make up what is actually a polycentric organisation… (the main clique) is composed of the one-world-global-government ideologists – more respectfully referred to as the organised internationalists. They are the ones who carry on the tradition of the founders.”
In 1991, the Tavistock journal, Human Relations, reported on the world government project. The collapse of the Soviet Union (orchestrated by the Brotherhood) had created great opportunities for world government and the end of the nation state, the report said. It proposed a reformation of the United Nations to hand over all operations to a network of hundreds of thousands of (centrally controlled) ‘non-governmental organisations’. These would operate across national borders and not be subject to any control by elected governments.
==The Biggest Secret: The book that will change the World (Icke, David)
“The drive of the Rockefeller’s and their allies is to create a one-world government combining supercapitalism and Communism under the same tent, all under their control. … Do I mean conspiracy? Yes I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent.” Larry P. McDonald U.S. Congressman, 1976, killed in the Korean Airlines 747 that was shot down by the Soviets;
“Introduction” to The Rockefeller File, by Gary Allen 1975
Resistance may, in fact, be futile–but without it we are most certainly doomed to a globalized, transnational tyranny that, no matter how relatively benign it may at first appear, will end, as all such historical confirmed evolutionary dialectics , in an authoritarian rule of never before experienced control and violent coercion. Power corrupts and the empathy, natural to the human individual soul is lost when subsumed by groups. The larger the socioeconomic and geopolitical purview of the emerging transnationalist state and the minions of indifferent, faceless overpaid bureaucrats the more pervasive will be the loss of not only humanity, empathy and respect for human life, but more definite the total destruction of the essential precepts of Western civilization.
The anti-Monsanto GMO movement is a global event and seems to be relatively successful at gaining ground against one of the more evil corporations on the planet, a transnational destroyer of life supported by both left and right in the political houses in our nation’s capital–and of course Hillary. So too with the murmurs of dissent against the destruction of what remains of the nations of Europe and England. The failure, so far of the environmental movement to really, at least honestly, capture the souls of the global population sufficient to replace patriotism and national identification is another plus. It is not a coincidence that the Vicar of Christ in Rome is rallying around the absurdist environmental propositions. As Christianity is, as is Islam, a transnational spirit, although the global community, the Ummah, in Islam has always been the most committed transnational religion of all of them–perhaps this is why it seems to be favored by Obama and the one world left. If we do not fight back now, if we do not reclaim the roots that make each nation unique and that drives loyalty and spirit, America and the nations of Europe will soon be subsumed under the dictatorial control of a remote and unsympathetic evil.
In fact the reality is that citizens of other countries on the Continent do have a vote on their relationship with the EU, and are exercising it. In Spain and in Poland this weekend, elections have taken place which signal a dramatic popular disapproval with the status quo. In Poland, President Bronislaw Komorowski was defeated by his conservative rival, Andrzej Duda.Mr Duda’s political platform is one of national pride and traditional, Catholic values. During his campaign he voiced criticisms of the EU which might seem familiar. The EU should not, he said, “be a structure which is associated by its citizens with prohibitions, orders and complicated regulations”. Instead, he said, he was keen on “strengthening the guarantee of sovereignty within the framework of national legislation”.