I’m new to reading on this and have been overseas much of the past 20 years, so I’m catching up. This is from The Late Great USA published about a decade ago in 2008.
This was announced after a meeting in Waco, Texas between the leaders of the US, Canada, and Mexico.
This explains why Pres. Bush Jr. was for Amnesty for people who’d entered the US illegally. It explains why Pres. Obama has changed how the Border Patrol and immigration bureaus operate – telling them to sit on their hands.
Let’s think about it for a minute or two:
Can you imagine a result where the United States will witness its citizens being able to treat Mexico the way the English roughly did India back in the day…?
Do you think American families with modest savings will be sending a son or two down to Mexico to “seek their fortunes” in a land where their relative wealth is stronger?
Continue reading “Oh, that’s why we have no border security…”
The Hard Road to World Order by Richard Gardner of the Council of Foreign Relations
After outlining how the current state of the world at the writing of the paper (1974) is far from a willingness to cooperate on global initiatives like a World Judicial Court or UN-related orgs, he notes:
In short, the “house of world order” will have to be built from the bottom up rather than top down…but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault.
Of course. When the majority of people your individual “world leaders” are supposed to “represent” —- hate the idea of World Government by elites — you have to think outside the box of Democracy if you want to gain Power to Control…
Can [world government] bring mankind into the twenty-first century with reasonable prospects for peace, welfare and human dignity? The argument thus far suggests it better had, for there seems to be no alternative.
Continue reading “The Hard Road to World Order (1974) – Notes”