With an article in the Scientific American now advocating a world government as a means of staving off the climate crisis, it seems the conspiracy theorists, as the warmists like to dismiss them as, have been vindicated. For the record, I don’t consider the push for world government to be a conspiracy. That would suggest the entire CAGW theory was manufactured and countless scientists, politicians ect. bought off with the sole purpose of forming such of governing entity. It seems to me that the world government zealots are simply taking advantage of the situation and that a combination of special interests (financial, power, ideological) have kept the scare alive. What is clear however, is that there are those in the global warming movement who would like to see a one world government, and their intentions are becoming increasingly obvious.
This requires fundamental reorientation and restructuring of national and international institutions toward more effective Earth system governance and planetary stewardship.”
“To be effective, a new set of institutions would have to be imbued with heavy-handed, transnational enforcement powers.”
This isn’t the first time the world government agenda has leaked out.
In the lead up to Copenhagen 2009, Lord Monckton exposed the details of the draft agreement.
A 2010 UN meeting in the Austrian Alps discussed plans for increased centralised power.
Last years Durban conference had a similar agreement drawn up, although with even more ridiculous proposals.
On the cards at the Rio + 20 Summit later this year, will be a plan for a “new green economy“.
And who can forget Bob Brown admitting to the Canberra Press Gallery that he believes Australia should join the movement for an “inevitable” global parliament.
If you thought the US had a big government and that the European Union and the United Nations were swamped in bureaucracy, then magnify that by about a thousand, and you’re getting close to the realities of a global government. Jo Nova warns of the prospect of tyrants emerging, given the UN’s track record.
Let’s check the current UN record for success? They are the visionaries guarding little citizens who put Gaddafi in charge of “human rights”, and North Korea in charge of Nuclear Disarmament. Last week they endorsed a 2010 report where some of the worlds most repressive governments like Algeria, Iran, and Syria praised the Gaddafi regime’s human rights record. Not a single country objected. OK. So you think these are people that ought to have even more power over us?
Not to mention:
- the loss of sovereignty for every nation on the planet
- the conflicting values held by the west, third world despots, China and Russia
- the violence and turmoil in parts of the world
- every current war would become a civil war
- the loss of freedoms and democracy to a centralised power
- the burdens of a massive bureaucracy
By all means, we should be fostering voluntary cooperation between nations, but a global government is not the answer to the problems facing humanity. It is a move towards leftist idealism and utopianism that has consistently failed throughout history.
Now, Bob Brown has reiterated his call for a world government at the 2012 Greens Oration.