This is the biggest con job in world history.
The first Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders was held in Oxford, England in 1988. “200 spiritual and legislative leaders brought these groups together with scientists to discuss solutions to worldwide environmental problems.” [Source: Encyclopedia online.]
The organizer of the Global Forum was Dean James Parks Morton of St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York. The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, the mother church of the Episcopal Diocese of New York and the Seat of its Bishop, is chartered as a house of prayer for all people and a unifying center of intellectual light and leadership.
The Episcopal Church was originally the Church of England in the United States. They decided wisely to change the name of their church after the revolutionary war. They are members of the Anglican Communion. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the head of the Anglican Communion and the British Monarch (Queen at the moment) is the Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. The Anglican Communion is a UN NGO. (Links in previous research on refugee resettlement.)
Margaret Thatcher gave a speech at the UN, November 8, 1989 on Environmental Issues
The next Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders was held in Moscow in January of 1990.
Weapons: Chemical, Nuclear, Biological
June 1, 1990 – Bush & Gorbachev sign U.S. Soviet Union Agreement – a bilateral accord for destruction and non-proliferation of chemical weapons and on Measures to Facilitate the Multilateral Convention on Banning Chemical Weapons. The destruction of chemical weapons was to begin no later than December 31, 1992 and was to be completed by 2002. Official Text
Note: Look around you. Everything you see has chemicals in it, on it, around it. What’s a weapon? What is a household use? What is a legitimate commercial use?
According to the AP Archive of the event, the following three agreements were signed:
“The Agreement on Destruction and Non-Production of Chemical Weapons.”
“The Protocol to the Treaty on Underground Nuclear Explosions for Peaceful Purposes.”
“Agreement on Expansion of Undergraduate Exchanges” ***
A copy of Bush’s remarks for this June 1, 1990 event is posted on the website of the Bush Presidential Library. Bush said many important things, but the one thing that stands out to this writer is the following:
Minister Shevardnadze and Transportation Secretary Skinner will sign a fifth agreement on maritime transportation.
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I don’t have a copy of the agreement signed by Shevardnadze and Sam Skinner but it doesn’t matter. The reveal is in the timeline of history. In March of 1990, President Bush and Transportation Secretary Skinner announced a new transportation system for the United States centered around the concept of intermodalism and full automation of the highways (read surveillance and tracking systems). Elaine Chao was there at the announcement event as the Deputy Secretary of Transportation after having served as Chair of the Federal Maritime Commission just prior. The legislation (Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991) was the initial legislation that expressed the main elements of the system as described above.
At the 1991 G7 Summit in London, at a press conference for Mikhail Gorbachev and British Prime Minister John Majors, transportation was mentioned as one of the sectors of primary interest (see the video clip below on the right). It was mentioned in the context of ‘market access’ and the World Customs Organization for facilitation of trade.
In 1991 after the alleged August Coup on Mikhail Gorbachev’s government, the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction initiative called for assisting the Soviet states with securing, removing and destroying nuclear, chemical radiological and biological weapons from the Soviet states with full point-to-point (i.e. port-to-port) tracking across borders (and oceans) with chain of custody record keeping for these weapons.
The western European nations had already begun their automated, smart transportation system beginning with the Prometheus Project in 1985 under the umbrella project: Eureka.
In 1989, the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation organization was initiated in Canberra, Australia. In 1990, U.S. Secretary of State James Baker III proposed adding transportation as an area of cooperation in the July 1990 meeting. In a statement given during the November 1991 meeting, Baker speaks of the global agenda of interdependence, welcomes China’s participation and gives assurances that the U.S. is all in.
This was the beginning of the integrated, global IT systems for transportation. They had Europe, North America and the Pacific nations. The Middle East and Africa followed.
Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, issued an invitation to join the Soviets in a worldwide crusade to “save the planet“. This was his first public mention of an International Green Cross modeled after the Red Cross. [Moscow Global Forum, 1990]
The New World Order
On September 11, 1990, Bush gave an Address to Joint Session of Congress (NWO) announcing a new partnership of nations and a new world order fulfilling the vision of the UN’s founders. The New World Order comment wasn’t just a throw away line. It has form. It has function and it has a historical timeline.
Pollution Prevention Act of 1990
On October 25, 1990, H.R. 5931, the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990 was introduced in the House of Representatives by Howard Wolpe (D-MI).
The legislation was referred to Committee. It was never voted on by Congress as legislation. It was put into an Appropriations bill (H.R. 5835) by Leon Panetta. The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 became Public Law 101-508 on November 5, 1990.
The EPA accepted it as law presumably – with the benefit of hindsight because of the bilateral agreement signed with the Soviets.
***** The manufacture and storage of military weapons creates pollution and hazardous waste.
Charter for a New Europe
In November of 1990, President Bush flew to Paris to sign the Charter for a New Europe (aka Charter of Paris). This Charter was probably one of the most important documents in world history since the end of World War II and the movement to collectivize European nation-states. Previous research: 1990 Charter of Treason It was this charter that gave definition to the elements of co-operation for the New World Order. The New World Order of regional organization – “a new Europe whole and free” and a North America with the OSCE becoming an active operational structure.
We, the Heads of State or Government of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, have assembled in Paris at a time of profound change and historic expectations. The era of confrontation and division of Europe has ended.
. . . We declare that henceforth our, relations will be founded on respect and co-operation. Europe is liberating itself from the legacy of the past. The courage of men and women, the strength of the will of the peoples and the power of the ideas of the Helsinki Final Act have opened a new era of democracy, peace and unity in Europe.
. . . The participation of both North American and European States is a fundamental characteristic of the CSCE; it underlies its past achievements and is essential to the future of the CSCE process. An abiding adherence to shared values and our common heritage are the ties which bind us together. With all the rich diversity of our nations, we are united in our commitment to expand our co-operation in all fields. The challenges confronting us can only be met by common action, co-operation and solidarity.
Common Responsibility and the Call for Global Governance
On April 22, 1991, the Socialist International released the next and most significant of the Common Reports. This report briefly described their history of successes and then gave in outline form, the initiatives for the next round including a recommendation to reform the United Nations to serve as the center of global governance. If the reader of this article is not familiar with the Socialist International and their reports, it will be useful to read the reports to the right of this paragraph.
In the summary of recommendations is written the following:
21. that the United Nations takes on a broadened mandate at the Security Council level, following the wider understanding of security which has developed, and that its composition and the use of the veto be reviewed;
22. that the Secretary-General be given a stronger position and the means to exercise authority, and that the method of appointment of the Secretary-General and of higher-level staff be reviewed;
23. that the system-wide responsibilities and authority of the Secretary-General concerning interagency coordination and cooperation should be firmly established;
24. that the financing system of the United Nations be reviewed, and that countries who do not adhere to the financial rules be deprived of the right to vote;
25. that the activities of the United Nations in the economic and social fields be strengthened and rationalized;
26. that the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank be coordinated, among themselves and with the United Nations system and GATT, with the aim of a clearer division of labour, better harmony and full universality in their work;
27. that a World Summit on Global Governance be called, similar to the meetings in San Francisco and at Bretton Woods in the 1940’s;
28. as a matter of priority, the establishment of an independent International Commission on Global Governance.
And they did in fact, establish an Independent Commission on Global Governance. The link to the report is on the right.
As you look at the Common Responsibility in the 1990s report, see the list of names of people who either participated in the preparation of the report or who supported it. Significant names – see pages 42-44:
Eduard Shevardnadze (** See above)
Gro Harlem Brundtland
Interestingly, the entry for Brian Urquhart lists only Great Britain and the Ford Foundation. Mr. Urquhart was much more important than that.
Urquhart’s Obituary in the Guardian:
Urquhart was the second staff member hired by the UN following its founding in 1945 and worked as a principal adviser to five UN secretaries general in his 41-year career. . . After the war he served as a British member of the preparatory commission that established the UN framework. . . As an aide to secretary general Dag Hammarskjöld he helped to define the UN’s scope of action in addressing armed conflict and other global challenges. Urquhart joined the Ford Foundation after he retired and wrote books and frequent commentaries for the New York Review of Books and other publications.
On page 34 of the Common Responsibility in the 1990’s, also in the section on Global Governance, there is mention of a report produced by Brian Urquhart and Erskine Childers: A World in Need of Leadership. That report and an earlier one was found on the Dag Hammarskjold Foundation website:
A World in Need of Leadership: Tomorrow’s United Nations 1990, produced under the auspices of the FORD FOUNDATION!!! and the Dag Hammarskjold Foundation.
Towards a More Effective United Nations, 1991 Also sponsored by the Ford Foundation.
Note: We need more hearings on the un-American activities of tax-exempt corporations. Go to my old website, www.channelingreality.com and do a search on Ford Foundation.
Lester Pearson: The Commission on International Development
Rise of the Socialist International
Bottom of page 168:
While this Commission has been working, one of the members, Brian Urquhart, has been conducting with Erskine Childers–both international civil servants with extensive knowledge of the UN system and its strengths and weaknesses–a study of the UN. They were examining what changes might be made within the system to overcome some of its weaknesses (short of what could be called ‘constitutional change’ requiring amendment of the Charter, and excluding peace and security issues).
On Sir Brian Urquhart’s 94th birthday in February of 2013, the United Nations news service posted a long article about him and his career at the UN. “Sir Brian Urquhart who celebrates his 94th birthday in February is a living chronicle of a large chunk of the 20th century history. . . He was present for the birth of the United Nations in 1945, and was witness to many of the Organization’s — and the world’s seminal milestones.”
The Betrayal and Demonic Shift
1991 hearing “Technologies and Strategies” Full Hearing
During the hearing, a letter was mentioned. It was from British Environment Secretary Michael Heseltine to Bush’s Chief of Staff, John Sununu excoriating the United States for not supporting Britain’s position on global warming. John Majors speech was mentioned. That speech was at the G7 Summit in London and John Majors did a press conference with Mikhail Gorbachev and they were together on the issue of global warming.
Rep. James Scheuer, Chairman of the sub-committee on Environment said (paraphrasing), the U.S. needed to accept the consensus of world leaders (Britain and the Soviet Union) that global warming is real and must adopt a global environmental ethic – global common law. Sovereignty must be subsumed to an international system of law to protect the planet.
There was an article printed in the Orlando Sentinel on July 15, 1991 titled, Britain Reportedly Criticizes U.S. Over Global Warming about Michael Heseltine’s letter to John Sununu. Heseltine criticized the U.S. for not going along with the global warming consensus “science” (read hoax as a strategy for global institutions, global law, subversion of U.S. sovereignty and environmentalism as a religion rather than being pragmatic and science-based). It was a brilliant strategy by the communist Mikhail Gorbachev and John Majors and a betrayal by Britain of the United States.
A few months after this hearing, John Sununu resigned supposedly because of criticism of his excessive travel (must be the standard fall back resignation excuse) and guess who replaced him? Sam Skinner who was at the time, the Secretary of Transportation the significance of which I documented HERE and HERE.
The End of Brute Communism and the Acceptance of Social Communism
In September of 1992, President George Bush gave a speech at the United Nations. It was the end of the Cold War speech but it was also about the conversion from defense of a nation to the concept of regional security under the UN System, the restructuring of economic relationships to build a global economy and the beginning of restructuring the functions and responsibilities of U.S. government agencies and the military for a new mission. Notice in the speech that Bush talks about the end of imperial communism – not the end of communism. For the record, I never heard the term imperial communism used anywhere before I heard that speech.
The speech signaled the transformation from brute communism to social communism with radical environmentalism and cooperative security as the organizing principles and cover stories for what is in reality global communism energized by global, networked IT Systems and automation. By the time of this speech, the global networked IT Systems were already well underway in the areas of telecommunications, transportation and health care. Bush kicked off the “trade talks” with Mexico and Canada that would lead ultimately to the NAFTA agreement and the North American Common Market or North American Community as some wanted to call it. Whatever you want to call it, it was subversion of American sovereignty and the beginning of the march to global communism.
In 1994, after the decision was made for the build out of the nation’s telecommunications system for the Internet, Al Gore flew to Brazil to a conference of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to ask them to help build out the Global Information Infrastructure (GII). The ITU is an agency of the United Nations.
Let us build a global community in which the people of neighboring countries view each other not as potential enemies, but as potential partners, as members of the same family in the vast, increasingly interconnected human family.
Let us seize this moment.
Let us work to link the people of the world.
Let us create this new path as we walk it together.
On September 8, 2000
President William J. Clinton signed the United Nations Millennium Declaration. The Millennium Declaration is an initiative for global governance.
United Nations Millennium Summit
There is more to this but I can’t take anymore.
A betrayal of this magnitude is a high hurdle to jump mentally. I realize now that the global systems authorized by the G7 were for the United Nations as they assume their role of global governance. Since this treason was accomplished over a period of decades, in my opinion every person in the U.S. that has had a part in building, funding and empowering the United Nations should be hung for treason.
The UN is a communist organization so of course, the communist Chinese are taking over management of the UN.
Thank you for being so well organized, Victoria. Astounding research.
All I can say is “Nothing to see here”. No hierarchy, no leadership really. Internationalist High IQ placed into the realm of the soul deadening auto-pilot. More homogenization for those classless, faceless, stateless useless eaters (thank you Henrik); and all in the name of equity and diversity the ultimate non-sequitur. How quaint these quants, but you’ve nailed them on this one.
Thank You! And I also have another nugget to share. The current Secretary-General of the UN was also the President and Vice President of the Socialist International.
Note: this was written when he was still the High Commissioner for Refugee Resettlement.
If there is a counter-balance to the Socialist International, I don’t know who they are.