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A little out of date but apparently timeless

PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2009 12:45 am
by Jimi rox
I was shown this link by Ross form nowthatsweird, i know it's a few years old but i think it's still an interesting (and frustrating) read. http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/sppl_e/sppl12_e.htm.


:peace:
Rich

Re: A little out of date but apparently timeless

PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2009 8:32 am
by Farmer
It doesn't really matter how old it is, what matters is what it says and who by:

What do I mean by global governance? For me global governance describes the system we set up to assist human society to achieve its common purpose in a sustainable manner, that is with equity and justice. Growing “interdependence requires that our laws, our social norms and values, our other mechanisms for framing human behaviour — family, education, culture, religion to name only a few of them – be examined, understood and operated together as coherently as possible so as to ensure the basis of our effective sustainable development”. It involves thus necessarily, the recognition of the role and responsibilities of new actors, openness of processes, authentic and effective participation, accountability of those acting, and coherence.


The above quote just about sums it all up that global governance means global control of every part of our life's with the main attack being placed on the family, our education, the strengths of our cultures, and destruction of any religion meaning the destruction of moral systems.

Re: A little out of date but apparently timeless

PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2009 11:35 am
by Jim
Farmer wrote:global governance means global control of every part of our life's


Agreed. The transcript of that speech terrifies me. He constantly makes references to actors, stages and scenes throughout the speech (message: none of this is real; you'll just believe it's real).