Beware of Globalism, Part 2


What is globalism? Our media and educational systems bombard us with calls to become a “global citizen” and tell us that we are part of a global economy and a global ecological system. We are encouraged to think globally.

To understand globalism for what it really is we need to understand where it is ultimately headed. The ultimate goal of globalism is to create a one-world political system, a globalist state. It is when this ultimate goal is achieved that the ruling elite will pursue their goal to try to control every person on earth.

Is there not already a one-world system in the earth today? That is an interesting question. In some respects there is a one-world system. There is a global elite in this world made up of the most wealthy families (13 main families in particular) and an array of government leaders who work together to control the economies, resources and wealth of the world. By controlling the economies, resources and wealth of the world they exert a great deal of control over individual people in the world who work in those economies and consume those resources? Many global elite want to increase their power, wealth and control by forming a one- world government.

What will be the framework for this one-world government? The framework already exists. It is the United Nations.The United Nations came into being in 1945. It is made up of six main departments or subsections. They are The General Assembly, The Security Council, Economic and Social Council, The Trusteeship Council, The International Court of Justice and the Secretariat. All member states make up the General Assembly but only fifteen members make up the Security Council. The Security Council is made up of five permanent member nations and ten member nations that are elected to the Security Council for two-year periods. The permanent members are The United States, Russia, China, The United Kingdom and France. It is the Security Council that makes decisions that are mandated to be accepted by all member states. The Security Council works through the framework of the United Nations to control member nations and ultimately individual citizens of those nations.

What are some ways that the U.N. is exerting, or potentially will exert, control over individuals like you and me? This could be answered in many ways. One very significant way is by an initiative called Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is an action plan of the U.N. for the implementation of sustainable development. This Agenda was released at the 1992 Earth Summit inRio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 21 stands for twenty-first century and the U.N.'s agenda for you and me for the twenty-first century is radical environmentalism and sustainable development. The purpose of Agenda 21 is to promote sustainable consumption patterns for nations and people and to help countries create national policies to change unsustainable consumption patterns. It is also to address population growth and to promote population programs that involve family planning. It is also to promote vaccine use. Agenda 21 also promotes the development of “land – use control measures.”2 It encourages countries to “Formulate appropriate land-use policies and introduce planning regulations ...”3 It would like to see countries “Review the regulatory framework, including laws, regulations and enforcement procedures, in order to identify improvements needed to support sustainable land use ...” 4 The problem with instituting the control measures, planing regulations, laws and enforcement procedures, called for in the last 3 quotes, is that it may encroach upon or violate peoples individual rights and freedoms. It encourages the adoption of regulatory measures to change consumption patterns, protect the atmosphere, combat deforestation, protect the oceans and manage land resources.

What justification does the U. N. Have for encouraging the adoption of environmental regulations placed on nations and ultimately on individual people? Probably their most emphasized point is that regulations are needed to protect the earth from global warming and climatism. The U.N. and the IPCC have convinced many world leaders that greenhouse emissions are dramatically affecting the environment and causing the earth to heat up. However, in recent years many scientists have begun questioning the basis of the theory of global warming. In 2007, the Global Warming Petition Project published a list of over 31,000 scientists which included over 9,000 PHDs who claimed that there isn't convincing evidence that man-made carbon dioxide and other greenhouse are creating a catastrophic heating of earth's atmosphere and disruptions with earth's climate. 

A non-governmental international panel on climate change was started in 2003 by Dr. Fred Singer. Singer is the professor of atmospheric physics at the University of Virginia. Since then, two scientific publications “Climate Change Reconsidered 1” and “Climate Change Reconsidered II” (1200 page report) have provided a rebuttal to IPCC's position on global warming. Global warming caused by carbon emissions is taught as fact in our public school system despite of a very large body of conflicting evidence. As well as the liberal media and the public education system promoting a radical view of global warming, many political leaders are weighing in with their support.

What is the result of the U.N. working through world political leaders, the liberal media and the public education system to alarm the public with the supposed emergency of global warming and climatism? It provides a basis for an agenda, Agenda 21. It creates a supposed need for regulations, regulatory framework, laws and enforcement procedures to impose restrictions and controls on countries and individual citizens. The U.N. would like to see our consumption patterns and land-use come under firm control. It feels that we need regulations, population controls and the implementation of land-control measures to guide our lives into the path of sustainable development. I believe that these kinds of controls are an infringement on human freedoms and against the best interests of most people to live out their lives independently. By restricting and constricting peoples' access to land and use of land, peoples' rights to private property are being compromised. What will be the result of this? If people are not free to own and control their own land they will instead settle in cities. Cities are comprised of many public systems on which their inhabitants depend. Those living in cities soon become dependent on the economic, energy supply, food supply and social systems that the cities have in place. Citizens also are subject to mass advertising which permeates cities and which more often than not lures people into debt. The profits that are made off of the dependent people within cities work their way up the ladder to the elite of the world who are increasing in wealth and power and who are assembling a globalist new world order. This is globalism at work. Fortunately, many people are waking up to all the brain-washing and propaganda that is calling us to globalism and global citizenship. Many people are becoming aware and, also, socially active in resisting globalism.




1. Agenda 21 : Earth Summit : The United Nations Programme of Action from Rio, (Copyright CrabCube, Inc 2013), 45.

2. Ibid.+, 49.

3. Ibid., 50.

4. Ibid., 84.





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