Thursday, April 2, 2009

G20 and the New World Order

Folks, we are seeing the New World Order appearing right before our eyes. I refer you to a quote made at the G20 Summit in London by another Leftist, Socialist-loving leader, Gordon Brown of the UK: "I think the new world order is emerging, and with it the foundations of a new and progressive era of international cooperation."

Another comment made by PM Brown caught my attention. It is one I'm sure many of you have heard about that is already being done in this country without even a vote on the floor of Congress to approve such nonsense. His comment: “The leaders also agreed to new rules on linking executive pay to performance.” Such things make me want to ask if these two—Brown and Obama, and I might add a third, Rudd—were cloned by the same puppet master—George Soros—since it appears they all have the same mindset and thoughts.

There is no doubt in my mind whatsoever that the set-up of the New World Order is occurring, and it's occurring at a pace none of us could ever have imagined. When I began writing about this during the 2004 election season, many thought I was very far off in my thought processes and even farther off in my timetable. Of course, I did not imagine it would take place so soon and in such a rapid, almost overwhelming, time pattern.

Again, during this election period, I began to write about how Obama would lead us to this type of government and allow the sovereignty of this country to be swallowed up by the UN and its octopus-armed allies, such as the IMF and WTO. I called attention to Obama's Global Poverty Bill that has languished in the Senate. Now many of the things he proposed in that bill he has been able to accomplish through the G20 without even a vote. It will happen because of the quicksand entanglements we have allowed ourselves to become involved with over the last 60-plus years. Actually, it goes back to the original League of Nations, which was the dream child of President Woodrow Wilson who was also known for his establishment of America's first-ever federal progressive income tax in the Revenue Act of 1913 and, most notably, the Federal Reserve Act that, according to many economists today, was the downfall of the US Dollar.

The League's goals included upholding the new-found Rights of man; disarmament; preventing war through collective security; settling disputes between countries through negotiation, diplomacy, and improving global quality of life. It first began in 1919–1920 and at its greatest point, from 28 September 1934 to 23 February 1935, had 58 members. Of course, this later became the United Nations.

The participants of the G20 have promised $1.1 trillion for lending to less well off countries. In the boldest moves of the summit, G-20 participants announced a tripling of loans available to the International Monetary Fund, to $750 billion, a $250 billion expansion in a special IMF fund to help members' foreign exchange reserves, and $250 billion to the IMF to support trade. They also agreed to sell IMF-held gold to poor countries.

The G-20 leaders also said that developing nations — hard-hit and long complaining of marginalization — should have a greater say in world economic affairs. Steven Schrage, a former U.S. trade official who is now an international business analyst with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, gave the G-20 credit for bolstering the IMF, but said much more needs to be done.

I wrote about how this would be funded and who would control it in the blog post titled
Barack Hussein Obama, George Soros, the Tobin Tax and the Tie That Binds. That post explained that the Tobin Tax was designed to help undeveloped nations to be able to balance their monetary inefficiencies without falling victims to more wealthy countries. Of course, the G20 addressed this issue as well but failed to show where the money to fund the aid was going to come from. They only went as far as to say that they would vow major efforts to clean up banks' tattered balance sheets and get credit flowing again, to shut down global tax havens, and to tighten regulation over hedge funds and other financial high-flyers in the U.S. and elsewhere.

I went a bit farther in my article to show how this actually would come about. It would not come through the Tobin Tax but through a much different approach put forth by George Soros to be called Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), which is the method by which the taxes would be distributed. SDRs are part of a country's official foreign exchange reserves. They serve as a means of payment among Fund members. IMF creates SDRs "through a process of allocation and distribution to IMF members (International Monetary Members, created by the UN). Soros sees in this pending SDR allocation a readily available means "to finance the provision of public goods on a global scale as well as to foster economic, social, and political progress in individual countries …" (Richer countries would donate their SDR allocations to specific improvement projects in poorer countries. Poorer countries would keep their allocations as an addition to their monetary reserves. It is a true form of redistribution of wealth.

In Obama’s Global Poverty Bill, much of the same language is used and, of course, the GPB is aligned with the goals set out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration, General Assembly Resolution 55/2 (2000).

The Millennium Declaration also affirms the U.N. as "the indispensable common house of the entire human family, through which we will seek to realize our universal aspirations for peace, cooperation, and development." Here, one can see the tie between Soros' version of the Tobin Tax, his SDRs, and Obama’s Global Poverty Bill. The U.N. plans to force the U.S. to pay 0.7 percent of GNP in increased foreign aid spending and would add $65 billion a year to what the U.S. already spends. Over a 13-year period, from 2002, when the U.N.'s Financing for Development conference was held, to the target year of 2015, when the U.S. is expected to meet the "Millennium Development Goals," this amounts to $845 billion. And the only way to raise that kind of money, Sachs has written, is through a global tax, preferably on carbon-emitting fossil fuels. This would explain the Summit's rush to pass resolutions on the subject of Cap and Trade, which of course will be Obama's next push with Congress upon his return to Washington. This amount does not include the US share of 1/20th of the $1.1 trillion dollars agreed upon in the Summit meeting.

Should this become accepted, which it no doubt will given the tone of the Summit today, the world would see Obama as the savior of the world, the messiah, the one who has come much the same way as the leftists and the guilt-ridden white liberals who see electing him as a means of penance for racial wrongs. The remainder of the Millennium Project and Obama’s Global Poverty Bill encompasses the broader vision, which Obama spoke of during his many speeches. Of course, hearing it depended on which crowd he was addressing when you heard him speak. "In addition to seeking to eradicate poverty, that (U.N.) declaration commits nations to banning 'small arms and light weapons' and ratifies a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention of Biological Diversity, the the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and the Convention of the Rights of the Child," according to Sachs. (All of these were on the Agenda of the G20 Summit and were agreed upon by those in attendance.) Those U.N. protocols would make U.S. law on issues ranging from the 2nd Amendment to energy usage and parental rights subservient to United Nations whims. If you had been paying attention, these are all goals that Barack Hussein Obama expressed and said that he would implement if elected.

Well, folks, he is doing it without even having to go through Congressional channels to this point and, given the balance of the Congress, there is no doubt that, if necessary, it will all be approved without even so much as a hearing on the subject.

Today, I introduce to you the beginning of the New World Order and an explanation of how it is being accomplished.


Anonymous said...


Thanks for the introduction.

Here is a shout out for Brown and Obama

Daniel Hannan on Morning Joe

Fred G

GM Roper said...

Excellent research Ticker, and very well done.

I noticed that on the home front, GMAC, having been infused with taxpayer cash is back to making sub-prime loans (those with credit scores below 620.) To get that money, GMAC had to raise the bottom credit score to 700 I believe. The more things "change" the more they stay the same.

Mustang said...

If the new world order requires Øbama to accept responsibility for the behavior of Mexican drug cartels, apologize for building the world trade centers, accept accountability for two world wars, beg forgiveness for the sack of Constantinople and Caesar’s conquest of Gaul … then I don’t want anything to do with it. In my view, Øbama has behaved despicably, and I believe he is setting us up for intolerable events.

The good news is that Americans can get their country back in the 2010 elections … if that’s important to them.