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The Growing Global Governance Agenda

originally published by Canada Free Press
by Sandy Stringfellow

Bill Gertz, a preeminent writer on matters of national intelligence, reported the following in the Washington Free Beacon on November 29, 2012, in his article Free Internet Under Fire:

“A Russian government proposal to amend a U.N. treaty at a meeting of the world body’s World Conference on International Telecommunications in Dubai next week contains a provision that calls for bringing ‘IP-based networks’ under U.N. control.

The U.N. treaty, called the International Telecommunications Regulations (ITR), is currently limited to regulating international telecommunications services.
The Russian proposal to amend the treaty has the support of other non-democratic states such as China and Iran.

A copy of the Russian proposal was made public on Nov. 13. It states that ‘the [proposed] additions to the ITRs … are aimed at formulating an approach that views the Internet as a global physical telecommunications infrastructure, and also as a part of the national telecommunications infrastructure of each Member State,’ according to Cnet news.”

UN Global Control Agenda

UN Global Control Agenda

A United Nations treaty for global internet control? This probably doesn’t qualify as a startling development to news observers, since King Barry singed an executive order in July of 2012 that outlines emergency policies for federal control of the Internet.

None-the-less, how peculiar; is it a case of run-away imagination, or is there an on-going and discreetly overarching push that would appear designed to eventually bring every element of free and open societies and their nation-states under U.N. control?

Global control of firearms through mandatory registration and interlinked world-wide databases per the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), the U.N. Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) controlling navigation, fishing, oil drilling, and all other actions on the high seas more than 200 miles off-shore, along with other efforts to funnel distribution of food and energy – and yes, even the distribution of wealth – are now considered by interested parties within the purvey of U.N. “authority” as the never-ending quest for “social justice” continues: stamp of global Progressive Marxism at its finest.

Why?

Informed readers certainly know the answer. The Progressive Marxist goal is always one of control, because without absolute control there can not exist a One World Government functioning unimpeded within a New World Order.

Mark Levin was spot on during one of his recent programs (11/29/12) – as usual – when he had Dick Morris on the air to discuss his new book Here Come the Black Helicopters!: UN Global Governance and the Loss of Freedom.

Mr. Morris was initially sheepish in opening remarks promoting his conspiracy-rich book, reflecting the understanding that many people still have knee-jerk reactions of derision to a mere mention of the increasingly relevant word “conspiracy.” It’s as if some individuals find it justifiable to reject a long and verifiable history of tyranny throughout the world in their efforts to deny on-going foreign quests for global domination. One wonders if such thinking could ever grasp the intent of communism.

How blind must one be to refuse acknowledgement that the beautiful blue orb being gravitationally held in alignment as it hurtles through the vacuum of space has a past filled with tyranny and all the misery that accompanies it. Liberty has been the rare exception rather than the general rule over man’s brief course of time on the earth; at no place within man’s history has liberty existed as it once did in the United States of America.

Mr. Levin pointed out that – five years ago – if anyone had sought to pique his interest in a subject related to “conspiracy” he would have rolled his eyes and tuned them out, but such is far from the case today; that with the preponderance of hard evidence to support what is – in fact – taking place globally, nothing is off the table for consideration so far as implementation – being done as secretly as is possible – of a New World Order where the United Nations pulls the strings of global government.

The “climate change” hoax is one effective method of gaining the global political leverage – and thus power – to implement the New World Order agenda by controlling human behavior. Emotional manipulation through repetitive indoctrination provides the conditional foundation for establishing guilt and fear; two powerful stimuli and reliable motivators once people have been trained to accept even the most fraudulent of premises. Our distracted, dumbed-down and narcissistic society succumbs ever more easily to the most basic tenants of mass persuasion through fundamental thought-conditioning methodology.

Consider Agenda 21, another important push in the continuing efforts to affect “change” in the direction of global governance. The clever strategy for controlling population movement via land use restrictions derived from government zoning edicts issued by unelected liberally-biased bureaucratic officials is one tactic. Ever increasing purchases by government – or indirect seizure through loan defaults in a crippled economy – of land is yet another means of limiting options; the idea being to steer populations into centralized urban existences.

The suffering on small privately owned farms – many handed down from one generation to the next – under continuous assault from an Environmental Protection Agency actively working to “restrict” them out of business is heart-rending. Exactly where in our U.S. Constitution is this tyrannical behavior allowed by our own government?

Lest we forget about the unions, especially the public sector unions financed with taxpayer dollars; that’s were the real power and wealth accrues. As Andy Stern – former president of SEIU and frequent visitor to the White House – has pointed out, “Workers of the World Unite” is no longer just a slogan. Matthew Vadum, writing in Front Page Magazine on October 21, 2011, revealed Mr. Stern’s true intentions as well as his ideological roots:

“Andy Stern is one of the most outspoken, cocksure neo-communists of the American labor movement. ‘We like to say: We use the power of persuasion first,’ Stern said, channeling Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky. ‘If it doesn’t work, we try the persuasion of power.’”

“Stern quotes Karl Marx in television appearances. In 2007 the wannabe Bolshevik told Bill Moyers that his Service Employees International Union (SEIU) was expanding to Australia, Switzerland, England, South America, and Africa.

‘We’ve been working with unions around the world. And what we’re working towards is building a global organization. Because “workers of the world unite,” it’s not just a slogan anymore. It’s the way we’re going to have to do our work.’”

Unions are undoubtedly one of the most important keys to globalization. It’s reasonable to think of thuggish union behavior as “The Chicago Way” manifesting itself globally. After all, Chicago is the de facto capital of our new “Ameritopia;” the one and same described and documented by Mark Levin in his book Ameritopia.

Washington, D.C., is but bread and circuses; the orchestration and financing epicenter for Progressive Marxism is Chicago.

Chicago is an ideological Progressive Marxist mother-lode; the wired and sewn-up territory of criminals, considered off-limits by most intrepid investigative journalists. The suspicious trail of corpses – former vassals with incriminating information – provides ample persuasion to tread lightly on Chicago turf, yet it’s where any thorough investigator could perhaps ascertain “the real ‘ugly’ inside” Chicago’s radiant exterior. Thanks to DW Ulsterman for helping bring truth to light about the frequently invisible and largely unknown modern underbelly of Chicago and its’ radical left Progressive Marxist brain trust and power base. Without them, King Barry would never have gained his pinnacle of political influence, nor a second four year reign of destruction aimed at our Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, property ownership rights, and the Rule of Law.

Child Support Laws Are United Nations Treaty

the rise of children to godhood

The “new” child support laws that have grabbed hold of the United States since the 1990’s are part of the growing international power of the United Nations. Many other “first world” nations, as well as ‘lesser’ nations, have adopted similar rules ascribing huge protections for children, while looting the pocketbooks of parents and their rights. Previously, under common law, children were the property of parents. As the United Nations has gained in power and influence, this has changed from nation to nation. This treaty completes the transition that began in 1933 by Franklin Roosevelt, which sets out that citizens are property of the state and that the state holds right to all property.

Nations that ratify this convention are bound to it by international law. Compliance is monitored by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, which is composed of members from countries around the world. Once a year, the Committee submits a report to the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, which also hears a statement from the CRC Chair, and the Assembly adopts a Resolution on the Rights of the Child.

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (commonly abbreviated as the CRC, CROC, or UNCRC) is a human rights treaty setting out the civil, political, economic, social, health and cultural rights of children. It was ratified on November 20, 1989 and is adopted by 193 nations (the United States is currently exempt). The Convention defines a child as any human being under the age of eighteen, unless any states other domestic legislation majority is an earlier age.

The Declaration of the Rights of the Child is the name given to a series of related children’s rights proclamations drafted by Save the Children founder Eglantyne Jebb in 1923. Jebb believed that the rights of a child should be especially protected and enforced and the first stipulations for child’s rights were drafted.

Jebb’s initial 1923 document consisted of the following criteria:

  1. The child must be given the means requisite for its normal development, both materially and spiritually.
  2. The child that is hungry must be fed, the child that is sick must be nursed, the child that is backward must be helped, the delinquent child must be reclaimed, and the orphan and the waif must be sheltered and succored.
  3. The child must be the first to receive relief in times of distress.
  4. The child must be put in a position to earn a livelihood, and must be protected against every form of exploitation.
  5. The child must be brought up in the consciousness that its talents must be devoted to the service of its fellow men.

These ideas were adopted by the International Save the Children Union in Geneva, Switzerland, on February 23, 1923 and endorsed by the League of Nations General Assembly on November 26, 1924 as the World Child Welfare Charter. However, these proclamations were not enforceable by international law, but rather only guidelines for countries to follow. (UNICEF Corporate History) The original document is in the archives of the city of Geneva, which carries the signatures of various international delegates, including Jebb, Janusz Korczak, and Gustave Ador, a former President of the Swiss Confederation.

The SCIU (International Save the Children Union) merged into the International Union of Child Welfare by 1946, and this group pressed the newly formed United Nations to continue to work for war-scarred children and for adoption of the World Child Welfare Charter.

On November 20,  1959 the United Nations General Assembly adopted a much expanded version as its own Declaration of the Rights of the Child during the Convention on the Rights of the Child, adding ten principles in place of the original five. November 20 has been adopted as the Universal Children’s Day. These statutes of law could be said to give the child a legal position of ‘godhood.’ Children have become the ultimate excuse to do anything that might seem beneficial.

On September 2, 1990 Convention on the Rights of the Child became international law. The Convention consists of 54 articles that address the basic human rights children everywhere are entitled to: the right to survival; to develop to the fullest; to protection from harmful influences, abuse and exploitation; and to participate fully in family, cultural and social life. The four core principles of the Convention are supposedly attributed the status as non-discrimination; devotion to the best interests of the child; the right to life, survival and development; and respect for the views of the child. Today, you hear these same kind of things in U.S. government, spread as righteous propaganda. In 2009, Senator Barbara Boxer sought to ratify the treaty, even though the United States is currently functioning under the regime of the United Nations. The rights of parents have already been eroded in line with United Nations treaty except for the reporting function, resisting the public display of bowing to United Nation authority. The ‘law of the land’ had already been set by current statute.

Governments of countries that have ratified the Convention are required to report to, and appear before, the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child periodically to be examined on their progress with regards to the advancement of the implementation of the Convention and the status of child rights in their country. Their reports and the committee’s written views and concerns are available on the committee’s website.

While the Bradley Amendment was brought into law by the U.S. Congress in 1986, it took the Convention on the Rights of the Child to make it real in your life today. Increasingly, the world has become a group of vassal states under United Nations rule.

Human Slavery & Trafficking in the USA

by E.J. Manning

slavery to childrenTo define slavery on any level is a hot topic, whether forced labor, labor in bondage, slavery or trafficking. Today, several standards are used.

CNN claims that “slavery occurs when one person completely controls another person, using violence or the threat of violence to maintain that control, exploits them economically, pays them nothing and they cannot walk away.” This is a nice general definition except for the part about paying nothing. Underemployment and underpayment, which is robbery through force or coercion is not addressed. Nations love legalized slavery that can be justified. Even the “generous and freedom-espousing” United States has become a robber baron of the people while pretending to be interested in the rights of citizens and democracy. Other modern nations mandate similar policies in the name of what is often an arbitrary degree of fairness.

The United Nations has made themselves a political authority on the topic of human slavery and trafficking. What is interesting is that they try to deny any definition of slavery and instead focus on human trafficking, particularly against women.

Human trafficking is defined in the U.N. Trafficking Protocol as “the recruitment, transport, transfer, harboring or receipt of a person by such means as threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of adbuction, or fraud or deception for the purpose of exploitation.”

The definition on trafficking consists of three core elements:

1) the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons

2) includes threat of or use of force, deception, coercion, abuse of power or position of vulnerability

3) trafficking which is always exploitation. In the words of the Trafficking Protocol, article 3 “exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs.

kangaroo court
legal rights and lawbreaking

The United Nations already knows that a number of modern nations are on the fence where their definition of human trafficking is concerned. How? This is simply based on how they treat and handle their own citizens. However, this is simply ignored as legal behavior where space-holding nations are concerned. While these definitions are fairly broad by design, you can see that using the United Nations protocol, even the major sponsor and shareholder of the United Nations, the United States, is riding the borders of the  illegal human trafficking of its citizens through the repeated violations of Constitutional Rights of citizens through a kangaroo court system based on unequal representation, through the adversarial execution of the Bradley Amendment for Social Security which results in jailing, punitive fines, enforcement of poverty (economic oppression) and removing the ability of citizens to make a living.

When you haul a man or woman to jail with the intent to coerce him or her into paying child support or any other civil obligation, you satisfy the first, second and third definitions of human trafficking. The government is transporting, transferring, harboring and receiving citizens into custody in order to exploit them against the guaranteed rights of an American citizen. They seek to coerce and bully, to exploit into forced labor and servitude against their will and against the original provisions of the nation. This doesn’t matter, however, because of “legal precedence,” the current standard of justice in the United States.

The United Nations says that this matters. Too bad nobody is listening.

captiveIt has been said that slaves are not allowed to walk away from their jobs. This is hardly the case. Many cannot work. In wealthier nations, these poor souls may be on disability through no real fault of their own. Even with slavery “outlawed,” estimates are that 27 million slaves fit the classical definition of slaves by world authorities, even though that definition is not crystal clear. More and more, citizens are becoming bonded laborers in their own nations as the leaders spend money like water to pander and garner influence. Poverty is cast upon the people as if it is a badge of honor to sacrifice for the better of the nation.

Nations like the United States pretend to help as they play political and social slight of hand.

Consider this. For those that are not at the bottom of the social ladder, ending poverty and oppression would be a disaster. If there were no poverty or oppression in the world, who would plow the fields? Who would harvest our vegetables and pick blueberries? Who would work in the rendering plants? Who would clean our toilets? Who would pay the bills even though nobody really does, preferring to borrow to pay another day?  No wonder people at the high end are not rushing to solve the poverty and oppression. The authorities and many with influence benefit from poverty and oppression, even by violating the rights of other human beings. For many, poverty and legalized oppression is not a problem, but an asset.

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Human Rights and Child Support in the U.S.

The concept of child support was originally designed to be dynamic and flexible, going up and down as parental income changed. This is no longer the case. The Bradley Amendment has become an anathema to human rights propogated by the U.S. government, presented as responsible parenting and care for children. The reality is that the system promotes fear and the trampling down of human rights on multiple levels.

Child Support has become a national battleground for human rights that is being ignored in the United States. The United States cannot stand as a champion of human rights. In the case of the family and parents, non-custodial parents have become an oppressed and distressed object of  political disdain, designed for political support and convenience through the division of families, often augmented by controlling maternal sociopaths. 

Non-custodial parents have become social targets of envy and jealousy. The social, financial envy and oppression of parents has become big business to government and business alike.  Coupled with the criminalization of poverty in the United States, oppressed and distressed parents that become unemployed or have life-changing events fall into a government-ordained economic and social trap as the wealthy of the nation look away or promote as a device for their own personal satisfaction. There is a grass-roots movement to change the oppression of human rights in America. Someone does care and has been taking action, whether you approve of their methods or not.

 

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