Monday, January 26, 2009

The United Nations' Role In The New World Order -- Another Illuminati Pawn

Many people who've been targeted for the government sanctioned crime of non consensual experimentation as well as the psychological operation (known as organized stalking) carried out by their own communities, have reported that the United Nations has ignored their requests for help in stopping these crimes.

This should not be a surprise given that the United Nations is also a pawn of the New World Order, and has no interest in helping those citizens who've now found themselves disenfranchised of their inherent rights. The following chapter of author David Rivera's excellent Ebook on the Illuminati discusses their use of the United Nations as part of the New World Order global dictatorship, which is now being implemented.

TI's who reside in the United States are well aware of this, given that what we have witnessed since the attacks on 9-11-2001 involves the complete usurpation of our government by the Illuminati, and the virtual destruction of our constitutionally protected freedoms under the U.S. Bill Of Rights.

When you have a government that is spying on you within the privacy of your own home, your constitutionally protected rights are being violated in the most egregious of ways. And to some degree, all Americans are being illegally spied upon in such ways.

Moreover, if this situation is not immediately challenged aggressively by the American middle class, within the next few years, the United States of America will become a legitimate dictatorship, with the American Proletariat living under an imposed state of martial law. Our freedoms under the Bill of Rights will be completely nullified (they are virtually absent at present), and there will be absolutely no constitutional protections left for a citizenry who has already been unwittingly brain fingerprinted by the NSA for several decades.

The North American Union

The next step in the New World Order's plans in which to enslave us will be the merger of Canada, Mexico and The United States into one country which will be called the North American Union. Plans for this have been in the works for many years, yet the U.S. Intel controlled media system has never once mentioned it (with the exception of newscaster Lou Dobbs, who did voice his concerns about the NAU on one of his evening broadcasts.

With the advent of the North American Union, the Illuminati will take absolute control over the American people, soon after mandating that all citizens become implanted with RFID chips, which will serve many functions. Of great importance here is that these RFID chips will also be used to store an electronic form of currency which will be called the Amero.

For instance, in the future whatever money an American citizen has in Federal Reserve Notes will be exchanged for an intangible form of electronic currency which can then be used to make that person their own "bank."

And while this electronic currency will be nothing but a perception, it will be an effective one.

Whatever you earn at your job will be directly transferred by way of satellite into the RFID chip that you have implanted in your body.

And whatever you spend will also be electronically deducted from this chip. Your entire financial worth will be on this chip, and the Illuminati through controlled central banks like the Federal Reserve System, will be able to turn your chip off at anytime they care to, leaving you completely destitute.

This electronic control of money through such an RFID chip is how the Illuminati will keep the Proletariat in "check." If a citizen speaks out against the government, their chip will be electronically deactivated, and they will no longer be able to pay for the basic necessities of life, much less their rent, mortgage or car payments.

The RFID chip will give the Illuminati the ultimate control over the middle class that they have always sought in their creation of a "cashless society." It is also possible that the chip will have other functions which will enable those who have remote electronic access to it, to do harm to the person whom the RFID chip is implanted in.

The American people are truly living in a complete matrix of disinformation in which the real world has been kept from them. However, given the acquiescence of most Americans to the official Mega Lie of 9-11 and its war on terror progeny, one must wonder how much fight these people have left in them. Especially when given the prospect of an RFID mandate, in which you either get implanted or go to jail; most Americans will get implanted.

The Illuminati operate under the spector of fear. And such fear tactics are extremely effective in controlling the global population; especially when one considers that the Illuminati control the military industrial intelligence complex of most countries and can initiate terrorist attacks in any country (even by their own governments), as we have seen first hand here in the United States with the inside job that the attacks on 9-11-2001 were.

The constitutional rule of law within the United States has been all but destroyed. The next step will either be complete subservience to the Illuminati and the New World Order, or an uprising of the Proletariat in which to take this country back from those who've very cleverly and diabolically stolen it from us.

Final Warning: A History of the New World Order
Illuminism and the master plan for world domination
-- by David Rivera, 1994 source: View From the Wall

Chapter 8.1: The United Nations
The founding of the U.N. and the push for a Socialist world government
[Editor's note: This chapter has been condensed. The original text is available at the Author's website.]
The Founding of the United Nations
The Dumbarton Oaks Conference (1944)
The U.N. Organizing Conference (1945)
The World Federalist Resolution (1949-50)
The Bricker Amendment (195?)
"Freedom From War" and National Disarmament (1961)
The United Nations as "Peacekeeper"
The United World Federalists / World Federalist Association (1947- )
The World Constitution and Parliament Association (1959- )
The Brandt Commission (1977-83)
The Ditchley Group (1982- )
Ongoing Support for the United Nations
In 1915, in issue No. 40 of the Russian publication The Socialist Democrat, Lenin called for a "United States of the World." In 1936, The Communist International said that a world dictatorship

"...can be established only by victory of Socialism in different countries or groups of countries, after which the Proletariat Republics would unite on federal lines with those already in existence, and this system would expand ... at length forming the World Union of Soviet Socialist Republics."

Brock Chisholm, the first director of the U.N. World Health Organization said:

"To achieve one world government it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, their loyalty to family traditions and [their] national identification."

The Founding of the United Nations
In 1939, Dr. James T. Shotwell organized a group known as the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, which was made up of a number of small subcommittees. One of these, the Subcommittee on International Organization was chaired by Sumner Wells, the Under Secretary of State, and its purpose was to plan postwar policy. Shotwell and Isaiah Bowman, members of the subcommittee, were also members of the League of Nations Association, and had been on Col. House's staff at the Paris Peace Conference in 1918, where plans for the League of Nations had been laid out. This established a direct link between the League of Nations and the United Nations. The subcommittee's work formed the basis for the Charter of the United Nations, and was the means by which the Council on Foreign Relations was able to condition the Congress, and the people of the country to accept the United Nations.

Two weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Cordell Hull, the Secretary of State, sent a letter to President Roosevelt recommending the establishment of a Presidential Advisory Committee on Post War Foreign Policy, which actually became a planning group for the United Nations. Ten of the fourteen Committee members came from the CFR.

Roosevelt's "Four Freedoms Speech" planted the seed for the United Nations. A conference held in Washington, D.C between the representatives of the 26 nations that had banded together against the Axis powers, gave momentum to the movement by issuing the "Declaration of the Twenty-Six United Nations" on January 1, 1942.

In February, 1942, the State Department's Advisory Committee on Post-War Foreign Policy secretly worked out more details. One of their reports said:

"Its discussions throughout were founded upon belief in the unqualified victory by the United Nations. It predicted, as an absolute prerequisite for world peace, the continuing strength of the United Nations through unbroken cooperation after the war."

In 1942, Free World, a periodical published by the International Free World Association (organized in 1941), they stated that their objective was to create the "machinery for a world government in which the United Nations will serve as a nucleus ... in order to prepare in time the foundations for a future world order."

Leading diplomats from the United States, Russia, England, and China, attended preliminary meetings in October, 1943, at a conference in Moscow. In November, Cordell Hull "secured the consent of Stalin to establish a general organization ... for the maintenance of international peace and security", and in proposing it to Roosevelt made it appear as though it was an American project.

The Dumbarton Oaks Conference (1944)
The idea for the United Nations was officially proposed in 1944 at the secret Dumbarton Oaks Conference where the framework was developed and the final plans laid out. The conference was attended by representatives from the U.S., England, and Russia, and it was all coordinated by Alger Hiss. Hiss was a Trustee of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, a director of the Executive Committee of the American Association for the United Nations, a director of the American Peace Society, a Trustee of the World Peace Foundation, a director of the American Institute of Pacific Relations, and President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

[Hiss was later] exposed as a Soviet spy whose communist activities extended back to 1939. In 1950, he was convicted of perjury [for lying about his activities] and sent to prison.

The American delegates to the conference, all of whom were either communists or had pro-communist sympathies, included:

Alger Hiss
Harry Dexter White
Virginius Frank Coe
Noel Field
Laurance Duggan
Henry Julian Wadleigh
John Carter Vincent
David Weintraub
Nathan Gregory Silvermaster
Harold Glasser
Victor Perlo
Irving Kaplan
Solomon Adler
Abraham George Silverman
William L. Ullman
William H. Taylor
John Foster Dulles*
* Dulles had been hired by Joseph Stalin to be the Soviet Union's legal counsel in the United States.

The U.N. Organizing Conference (1945)
In February, 1945 at the Yalta Conference, President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill , and Joseph Stalin agreed to the plans proposing the establishment of the United Nations.

Alger Hiss and Joseph E. Johnson (who later became Secretary of the Bilderberg Group) wrote much of the U.N. Charter, patterning it after the Constitution of Russia and the Communist Manifesto. The April 16, 1945 issue of Time magazine called Hiss "one of the State Department's brighter young men."

The April, 1945 issue of Political Affairs, the official publication of the U.S. Communist Party, said:

"Great popular support and enthusiasm for the United Nations policies should be built up, well organized and fully articulated ... The opposition must be rendered so impotent that it will be unable to gather any significant support in the Senate against the United Nations Charter and the treaties which will follow."

On June 26, 1945, the San Francisco Conference attended by [representatives from] 50 nations established the United Nations and adopted the Charter which had been drafted. Alger Hiss became the acting Secretary-General of the U.N.

The General Assembly held their first meeting in London, on January 10, 1946. The U.S. Senate ratified the U.N. Charter with only two dissenting votes. In December, 1946, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. donated an 18-acre tract of land in Manhattan (which he had purchased for $8,500,000, with New York City contributing the remaining $4,250,000), to provide the organization with a permanent headquarters which is located between First Avenue and Roosevelt Drive, and East 42nd and East 48th Streets.

Since its inception, all of the United Nations agencies have been working toward the goal of world government, including:

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), which will place the financial power of the entire world in the hands of the U.N.
World Health Organization, to internationalize medical treatment
International Labor Organization, to standardize labor practices
International Monetary Fund, to promote international trade and commerce
United Nations' Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
World Meteorological Association
Universal Postal Union
International Civil Aviation Organization
World Intellectual Property Organization
International Telecommunication Union
International Fund for Agricultural Development
International Finance Corporation
International Development Association
Inter-Government Maritime Consultive Organization
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
International Atomic Energy Agency
World Trade Organization
World Court
The United States pays about 25% of the U.N. budget, plus substantial contributions for "peacekeeping" missions, totalling billions of dollars annually. At one point, the Soviet Union was only paying 13%; Japan, 10%; West Germany, 8%; Great Britain, 4%; and Saudi Arabia, .5%. The 100+ "non-aligned" countries were only paying 9%, yet they controlled 75% of the voting power in the General Assembly; and the 80 poorest countries were contributing less than 1% of the U.N. budget.

Despite massive financial support, the United States has only one vote within the Socialist-dominated General Assembly. The so-called "non-aligned" nations, a majority of the delegates, vote with the communists 85% of the time. In fact, on key issues, the General Assembly as a whole has voted against the United States nearly 85% of the time.

The World Federalist Resolution (1949-50)
In 1949, joint resolution H.C.R.64 was introduced in the House of Representatives:

"Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) that it is the sense of the Congress that it should be a fundamental objective of the foreign policy of the United States to support and strengthen the United Nations and to seek its development into a World Federation, open to all nations, with defined and limited powers adequate to preserve peace and prevent aggression through the enactment, interpretation and enforcement of world law."
(see Congressional Record of June 7, 1949, pages 7356 and 7357. Corresponds to Senate Concurrent Resolution 56, the Tobey or 'World Federalist' Resolution)

Concerning this Resolution, Cord Meyer, chairman of the National Executive Committee of the United World Federalists, said at a hearing before the Senate Subcommittee on the United Nations Charter:

"We in the United States would be declaring our willingness to join with other nations in transferring to the U.N. constitutional authority to administer and enforce law that was binding on national governments and their individual citizens."

By February, 1950, after the public expressed their outrage over the Resolution, the Liberals who sponsored it turned their backs on it in an attempt to salvage their political reputations. Rep. Bernard W. Kearney (R-New York) said:

"We signed the Resolution believing we were sponsoring a movement to set up a stronger power within the United Nations for world peace ... Then we learned that various organizations were working on state legislatures and on peace movements for world government action under which the entire U.S. Government would be submerged in a super world government ... Perhaps we should have read the fine print in the first place. We do not intend to continue in the role of sponsors of any movement which undermines U.S. sovereignty... "

Within two years, 18 of the 23 states which had passed the Resolution eventually rescinded it.

In 1954, the Senate Subcommittee on the United Nations Charter published Document No. 87 Review of the United Nations Charter: A Collection of Documents. The report said :

"American atomic, military, and economic superiority is only temporary. It is essential before that superiority is lost that there be created an international organization with strength to enforce the peace... Anything less than world government would be merely a stopgap." (pgs. 846, 850).
In 1953, during the World Federal Government Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, U.N. supporters revealed plans to push for a revision of the U.N. Charter, which would provide for the U.N. to become a World Federal Government with a world legislature and court; mandatory universal membership with no right of secession; and a full and immediate disarmament which would be militarily supported by the U.N.. Another conference, in London, in 1954, by the World Movement for World Federation, also proposed similar ideas.

The Bricker Amendment (195?)
This movement to remove the sovereignty of the United States and member countries convinced Senator John Bricker to propose his "Bricker Amendment" which would have placed in the U.S. Constitution a safeguard against the possibility of a treaty which could result in a world government:

"A provision of a Treaty or other international agreement which conflicts with this Constitution, or which is not made in pursuance thereof, shall not be supreme law of the land nor be of any force or effect."

During debate on the Bill, Sen. Pat McCarren (D-Nevada) said of the powers provided to the U.N. by Articles 55 and 56 of the U.N. Charter:

"The Congress of the United States, because of the power granted to it by treaty, could enact laws ... taking over all private and parochial schools, destroying all local school boards ... and substitute a federal system ... Congress could by law provide for censoring all press telegrams ... Congress could utilize this power to put into effect a complete system of socialized medicine, from cradle to grave ... even legislate compulsory labor, if it found that the goal of full employment required such legislation or would be served by it."

Rep. John E. Rankin (D-MS, 1921-53) said: "The United Nations is the greatest fraud in all history. Its purpose is to destroy the United States."

The Bricker Amendment was opposed by all the "one-world" organizations and internationalists like U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, Sen. Ralph Flanders (R-Vermont), Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minnesota), John J. McCloy (former Assistant Secretary of Defense and former High Commissioner to Germany), Paul Hoffman (of the State Department), Thomas K. Finletter, John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State), and President Eisenhower, who said it would curtail the power of the Presidency. After a long, bitter fight, the Amendment failed by a vote of 60-31, just one vote short of the necessary two-thirds majority of the U.S. Senate.

"Freedom From War" and National Disarmament (1961)
H.G. Wells wrote in his 1933 book The Shape of Things to Come:

"When the existing governments and ruling theories of life, the decaying religious and the decaying political forms of today, have sufficiently lost prestige through failure and catastrophe, then and then only will world-wide reconstruction be possible."

Albert Einstein said after the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945: "The secret of the bomb should be committed to a World Government and the U.S.A. should announce its readiness to give it to a World Government."

Robert M. Hutchins (former President of Rockefeller's University of Chicago) was the Chairman of the Committee to Form a World Government. On August 12, 1945, they said on a Round Table broadcast that they wanted to turn control of our nation over to a Socialist world government. In Hutchins' 1947 book, The Constitutional Foundations for World Order he says:

"Tinkering with the United Nations will not help us, if we agree with the New York Times that our only hope is in the ultimate abolition of war through an ultimate world government."

President Dwight D. Eisenhower said on October 31, 1956: "I am more deeply convinced that the United Nations represents the soundest hope for peace in the world."

In 1961, State Department document #7277 called Freedom From War: The United States' Program for General and Complete Disarmament in a Peaceful World revealed a plan to disarm the U.S. military, shut down bases, and to give the U.N. control of our Armed Forces and nuclear weapons. The U.N. military arm would then be the world's police force to act as "peacekeepers."

The document, which on September 1, 1961, was sent by courier to the U.N. Secretary General, suggested a "progressive reduction of the war-making capability of the nations and the simultaneous strengthening of international institutions to settle disputes and maintain the peace..." It was to be done through a three-step program:

"The first stage would significantly reduce the capabilities of nations to wage war by reducing the armed forced of the nations ... nuclear capabilities would be reduced by treaties ... and U.N. peace-keeping powers would be strengthened ... The second stage would provide further substantial reductions in the armed forces and the establishment of a permanent international peace force within the United Nations ... The third stage would have the nations retaining only those forces required for maintaining internal order, but the United States would provide manpower for the United Nations Peace Force."

The plan called for "all weapons of mass destruction" to be eliminated, except for "those required for a United Nations Peace Force" (page 12, par. 1) and to "...keep the peace, all states will reaffirm their obligations under the U.N. Charter to refrain from the threat of use of any type of armed force" (page 16, par. 8).

Sen. Joseph S. Clark of Pennsylvania said during a March 1, 1962 debate on the Senate floor, that this program is "the fixed, determined, and approved policy of the government of the United States."

On September 26, 1961, Public Law 87-297 or "The Arms Control and Disarmament Act" was signed. It created the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency as an "agency of peace to deal with the problem of reduction and control of armaments looking toward ultimate world disarmament." Section 3(a) describes disarmament as the "control, reduction, or elimination, of armed forces and armaments of all kinds." Section 31(a) indicates that the Agency is to engage in study and research to achieve the "limitation, reduction, control, and elimination of armed forces and armaments..." This information can be found in the United States Code, Volume 9, Title 22 (Foreign Relations), Chapter 35 (Arms Control and Disarmament), Sections 2551-2595.

In the February 14, 1963 edition of the Washington Report, Congressman James B. Utt said that:

"[the] Disarmament Act sets up a super-agency with power greater than the power of Congress, which delegated it. The law was almost a duplication, word for word, of a disarmament proposal by the Kremlin in 1959 ... The Disarmament legislation was passed for the purpose of implementing the Department of State Publication 7277, entitled Freedom from War - The United States Program for General and Complete Disarmament in a Peaceful World."
The Program was later revised in The Blueprint for the Peace Race, which said on page 33: "...the Parties to the Treaty would progressively strengthen the United Nations Police Force ... until it had sufficient armed forces and armaments so that no state could challenge it." The Program was again revised by the present Outline of Basic Provisions of a Treaty on General and Complete Disarmament in a Peaceful World.

The United Nations as "Peacekeeper"
The Preamble of the U.N. Charter says: "We the people of the United Nations, determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war..."

The Preamble to the Constitution of the U.S. Communist Party urges the "strengthening of the United Nations as a universal instrument of peace."

The Under Secretary for Political and Security Council Affairs had always been a Russian, who along with the Chairman of the U.N. Military Staff Committee is responsible for all U.N. military action.

J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Ambassador to Mexico and Under Secretary of State, in his August, 1945 analysis of the U.N. Charter wrote: "The Charter is built to prepare for war, not to promote peace ... The Charter is a war document, not a peace document...". Clark is quoted in the book The United Nations Today (pg. 27) as saying:

"Not only does the Charter Organization (U.N.) not prevent future wars, but it makes it practically certain that we shall have future wars; and as to such wars, it takes from us [the U.S.] the power to declare them, to choose the side on which we shall fight, and to determine what forces and military equipment we shall use in the war, and to control and command our sons who do the fighting."

Former President Herbert Hoover said in an August 10, 1962 speech:

"I urged the ratification of the United Nations Charter by the Senate. But I stated at that time 'The American people should be under no illusions that the Charter assures lasting peace.' But now we must realize that the United Nations has failed to give us even a remote hope of lasting peace. Instead, it adds the dangers of wars which now surround us."

In a speech to the World Affairs Council in Los Angeles, President Clinton called for a permanent U.N. "rapid deployment force." Richard Gardner, a Clinton advisor on the U.N., and a professor of international law, has outlined a plan for a world army of 30,000 men. The five member nations of the Security Council would provide 2,000 men [each], and 30 other nations would add up to 750 each. This would create a military force that the Security Council could deploy within 48 hours to maintain the peace.

While the U.S. is still paying about 25% of the [U.N.] annual budget of over $1 billion, and about 30% of all peace-keeping costs, a move was on to force member nations to contribute a portion of their defense budgets to the U.N. According to the January 16, 1996 Washington Times it was announced that "Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali ... urged the (U.N.) to consider imposing its own taxes to become less dependent on the United States..."

The United World Federalists / World Federalist Association (1947- )
The United World Federalists were established on February 22, 1947 by two CFR members, Norman Cousins and James P. Warburg, merging the Americans United for World Government, World Federalists, Massachusetts Committee for World Federation, Student Federalists, World Citizens of Georgia, and World Republic. Their goal was to endorse

"...the efforts of the United Nations to bring about a world community favorable to peace ... (and) to strengthen the United Nations into a world government of limited powers adequate to prevent a war and having direct jurisdiction over the individual."
Walter Hoffman, the executive Vice President of the World Federalist Association, wrote in a letter to a national news magazine, that we need "a new, more effective U.N., one that will have the power to stop wars and arbitrate disputes between national groups."

When CBS newscaster Walter Cronkite accepted an award from the World Federalist Association, he said: "We must strengthen the United Nations as a first step toward a world government ... We Americans will have to yield up some of our sovereignty."

The World Constitution and Parliament Association (1959- )
The World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA) was established in 1959 by Philip Isely who had emerged during the 1940's as a leader in the one-world movement; as an organizer for the Action for World Federation from 1946-50 and the North American Council for the People's World Convention from 1954-58.

The WCPA have assumed the task of trying to establish a New World Order and have assembled a Provisional World Parliament. Their original "Agreement to Call a World Constitutional Convention" was first circulated from 1958-61 where it was signed by several thousand dignitaries. In 1965, work began on a world constitution, and a meeting was held in the City Hall of Wolfach, West Germany, in June, 1968.

A second meeting, known as the World Constituent Assembly was held at Innsbruck, Austria, from June 16-29, 1977 to draft a "Constitution for the Federation of Earth," which was adopted by participants from 25 countries. Reinhart Ruge, President of the WCPA said: "Only a full-scale world government will save the world from nuclear holocaust."

The Preamble of the Constitution began:

"Realizing that Humanity today has come to a turning point in history and that we are on the threshold of a new world order, which promises to usher in an era of peace, prosperity, justice and harmony ... We, the citizens of the world, hereby resolve to establish a World Federation to be governed in accordance with this Constitution for the Federation of Earth."

A third session was held in January, 1979, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where a strategy was discussed on how to get the Constitution ratified by national parliaments and governments. There were four later meetings of the Provisional World Parliament: 1982, in Brighten, England; 1985, in New Delhi, India; 1987, in Miami, Florida; and 1996, in Innsbruck, Austria. A timetable announced in 1984 called for a world government to be instituted by 1990, which obviously didn't happen. They announced that when the Provisional World Parliament met for the fifth time, a world government would emerge. Well, they met on the island of Malta in 2000, and there is still no world government. So far, they have released 11 World Legislative Acts.

They sent out a letter, dated December 12, 1990, [addressed] "To All Presidents, Prime Ministers, Kings, Queens, and Other Heads of Governments and National Parliaments":

"We who sign this appeal to you, are ready for a Democratic Federal World Government, under a ratified World Constitution ... Will you support this move for a federal world government? ... Will you appoint official delegates to the world constituent assembly ... Now is the time to assure the dawn and full blooming of a new era for humanity on Planet Earth."

Not satisfied with how long it is taking the U.N. [to achieve the goal], the WCPA has been organizing for the time when they feel they can usurp existing sovereign governments. And they're pretty cocky about it too, because as far as the U.N., they say: "Viable agencies of the U.N. are transferred to the World Government."

The directorship of the WCPA is closely linked with the United World Federalists, the American Civil Liberties Union, Global Education Associates, Friends of the Earth, Planetary Society, Worldwatch Institute, Planetary Citizens (founded in 1974 by U.N. executive Robert Mueller, author Norman Cousins, and activist Donald Keyes, to push for a one-world government by the year 2000), World Future Society, Planetary Initiative, American Movement for World Government, Rainbow Coalition, World Citizens Assembly, and others. Nearly 20% of their members are affiliated with the U.N. in various capacities.

The Brandt Commission (1977-83)
On January 14, 1977, Robert McNamara, President of the World Bank, proposed the establishment of an international commission of politicians and economists who would meet, not as government representatives, but independently to discuss "basic proposals on which global agreement is both essential and possible." Willy Brandt, the former West German Chancellor was asked to chair the commission.

On September 28, 1977, Willy Brandt announced his intention to launch the "Independent Commission on International Development Issues", and said that it "would not interfere with ongoing international negotiations, and would make recommendations to help improve the climate of North-South relations." Brandt wanted the Commission, consisting of 18 members, to represent many views, and to be politically and regionally balanced, with a majority coming from developed countries. Their initial meeting was in December, 1977.

The Toronto Globe and Mail, on April 7, 1980, reported the story of a conference to be hosted by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau that fall, which would "reshape global structures." The Summit, known as the "North-South Dialogue", which would "make recommendations on ways of breaking through existing international political impasse in North-South negotiations for global development" was sponsored by the Brandt Commission, and was to include President Jimmy Carter, Newsweek and Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham, Robert McNamara, former British Prime Minister Edward Heath, and West German Chancelor Helmut Schmidt.

There were two phases to the Brandt Commission. The funding for the first phase ($750,000), which produced the 1980 report North-South: A Program for Survival, was provided by the Dutch Government, as well as Denmark, Finland, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, United Kingdom, the Commission of the European Communities, OPEC Special Fund, German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Ford Foundation, Friedrich-Ebert and Friedrich-Naumann Foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany, and the International Development Research Center of Canada.

The North-South report called for the "instant" redistribution of wealth from the richer to poorer nations, and a stepping up of world disarmament. They wanted "greater power for the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank." Their rationale was that the

"transfer of wealth must be tackled, not out of charity, but to ward off economic collapse ... Hence, the global super summit now. Worldwide security is not achieved by granting more aid, but by reshaping global structures, by greater regionalized planning and development."

The funding for the second phase ($350,000), which produced the 1983 report Common Crisis: North-South Cooperation for World Recovery, came from the governments of Canada, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Netherlands, Kuwait, the Commission of the European Communities, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

In Common Crisis they recommended that a supernational authority be established to regulate world commerce and industry, international currency, and an international police force, under the direction of the U.N. Security Council.

In short, the Brandt Reports "called for a full-scale restructuring of the global economy," and the purpose of the Commission was "to influence public opinion to help change government attitudes, as well as to make proposals for revitalizing North-South negotiations."

The Ditchley Group (1982- )
The Ditchley Group, which first met in May, 1982 at Ditchley Park in London, is engineering a plan by Harold Lever (a director of the Unilever conglomerate) to control the fiscal and the monetary policies of the United States and called for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to control the central banks of all nations. Representatives of 36 of the world's biggest banks met at the Vista Hotel in New York in January, 1982, to lay the groundwork; then met again in October, where it was reported that plans were underway to bring legislation before the U.S. Senate that would designate the IMF as the Controller of U.S. fiscal policy by the year 2000.

On January 8, 1983, Hans Vogel of the Club of Rome met at the White House with President Reagan, Secretary of State George Shultz, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, George Kennan, and Lane Kirkland (President of the AFL-CIO) to discuss the objectives of the Ditchley Group. The Group met on January 10-11, 1983 in Washington to discuss the IMF takeover; and later in the year, in Williamsburg, Virginia, with a group of international bankers, to discuss a disintegration of the U.S. banking system which would force the Senate into accepting IMF control. Dennis Weatherstone of Morgan Guaranty said that this was the only way for the U.S. to save itself.

Ongoing Support for the United Nations
In a February 1, 1992 speech to the U.N. General Assembly, President George Bush said:

"It is the sacred principles enshrined in the United Nations charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance."

While campaigning for the Presidency, Bill Clinton said:

"My vision is that we [the U.S.] would become an instrument working as much as possible through the United Nations for freedom and democracy and human rights and global economic growth."

Prominent members of our government and our uninformed elected representatives continue to tout the United Nations as being the only [solution] for lasting peace, and they continue ... to slowly take away the freedoms that our forefathers fought and died for.

According to the March 9, 2003 edition of the Washington Times, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) said: "I think the United Nations is dangerous to our republic and therefore we ought not to participate."
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