Who do you believe – Brown & Al Gore or your gut instincts?

There are 2 things in the news today that caught my interest.

But before I get into the detail, the big question tonight is:  Cameron. Is he signed up to this detail below? Which will Cameron put first? Party or Country? It is a question that many have been soul searching over, as James Higham writes here.

Your Country and a free life, or the Globalists, EU and an existence. Your call.


The first news item is Gordon Brown’s incessant calling for a World Banking system, with bailouts for banks globally to be paid for with a tax on banking transactions. The catalyst for this was laid out by Al Gore and his friends at the Club of Rome in 1976, and you can link to that further on down this posting (part3). But it nice to know that Gordon thinks British taxpayers should be paying for Bank screw ups in India or South America (not). At the regional level this same game plan is being implemented via the OECD Equalisation Plan, which I have written about before.

The second centres around the Copenhagen talks on Global Warming. Again from the arch pusher of fear and civil unrest Al Gore, quoted today in the Guardian:

Al Gore has sought to inject fresh momentum into the Copenhagen build-up, saying he is certain Barack Obama will attend and predicting a rise in civil disobedience against fossil-fuel polluters unless drastic action is taken over global warming.

Trouble is, that those of us who take the time to read deeper than the headlines of the Guardian know that Al Gore, and his chums at the Club of Rome are responsible for this entire scam. Yes, that what I said, scam.

For those who are not fully conversant with the CLUB OF ROME this is taken from the archives:

“It would seem that men and women need a common motivation, namely a common adversary, to organize and act together in the vacuum such as motivation seemed to have ceased to exist or have yet to be found. The need for enemies seems to be a common historical factor…
Bring the divided nation together to face an outside enemy, either a real one or else one INVENTED for the purpose…

Democracy will be made to seem responsible for the lagging economy, the scarcity and uncertainties. The very concept of democracy could then be brought into question and allow for the seizure of power by extremists of one brand or the other…

In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. The real enemy [of the elites and their minions] then is humanity itself.”

– “The First Global Revolution” (1991) published by the Club of Rome. Members of the Club of Rome include: Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates, George Soros and author of the Kyoto Protocols Maurice Strong.

Got that! Come up with the idea, formulate the policy, then find enough bits of scientific evidence to fit the bill, then rubbish everything else, recruit masses of eco warriors to sell the story to, massive publicity, close down debate. All made up!!!

We have seen this type of methodology in action a little closer to home lately with the sacking of Prof. Nutt by Alan Johnson, quoting in his letter “I cannot have public confusion between scientific advice and policy”.

Its the policy bit that I am concerned with here, and the policy with regards to Global warming has long been laid out by the Club of Rome in their publications RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976, along with other global mechanisms designed to scam the public, and install a regime of Global governance.

RIO has been broken down into 6 readable parts (you can of course go get the entire thing) but for convenience you can read it here.

Reshaping the International Order – Part 1
“The establishment of a New International Economic Order entails fundamental changes in political, social, cultural and other aspects of society, changes which would bring about a New International Order.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p5)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 2
“Among the instruments of implementation at the international level, I attach the highest priority to the introduction of international taxation and the establishment of an international central bank.” – Mahbub ul Haq, Director of Policy Planning World Bank (1970-1982) and RIO Member (p321)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 3
“The achievement of this global planning and management system calls for the conscious transfer of power – a gradual transfer to be sure – from the nation State to the world organization. Only when this transfer takes place can the organization become effective and purposeful.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p185)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 4
“Atomic and political scientists from Harvard University and MIT meeting in November 1975 concluded that an atomic war will certainly occur before the year 2000. This, they believed, could only be prevented by the decision of all nation-states to surrender their sovereignty to an authoritarian world government, a possibility they viewed as unlikely.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p46)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 5
“… it is of utmost importance that an equilibrium be established between the world’s total population and the capacity of ’spaceship earth’…” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p124)

Reshaping the International Order – Part 6 (published below)
“To obtain an equitable international social and economic order efforts will to be made by everyone… every single member of the world’s population.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p100)

This article examines a variety of issues derived from a report to The Club of Rome entitled RIO: Reshaping the International Order. These issues include legal changes for a new social order, regional unions, global solidarity, the East-West dialectic, a standing United Nations Peace Force and the redefinition of rights and freedom.

The Club of Rome is a premiere think tank composed of approximately 100 members including leading scientists, philosophers, political advisors, former politicians and many other influential bureaucrats and technocrats. This series of articles describes the major conclusions of the 1976 book Rio: Reshaping the International Order: A Report to the Club of Rome coordinated by Nobel Laureate Jan Tinbergen. The RIO report “addresses the following question: what new international order should be recommended to the world’s statesmen and social groups so as to meet, to the extent practically and realistically possible, the urgent needs of today’s population and the probable needs of future generations?”

Part 1 of this series gives an overview of the proposed new international order described by the RIO report as “humanistic socialism”. This includes: collective neighbourhood armies, a fully planned world economy, global free trade, public international enterprises, proposed changes in consumption patterns among other topics. Changes to the financial system including international taxation and the creation of a World Treasury, World Central Bank and World Currency are examined in part2. Part 3 addresses the redefinition of sovereignty from “territorial sovereignty” to “functional sovereignty” as well as the use of the concept of the “common heritage of mankind” to gain international control of not just the oceans, atmosphere and outer space but also all material and non-material resources. Part 4 discusses the generation of public opinion and the use of white coated propagandists. The creation of a World Food Authority and its use for population control is examined in part 5.

Legal Foundation of the New Order

From RIO: Reshaping the International Order:

[Italicised text is original emphasis and bolded text is added by author.]

“The legal challenge posed by the new international order can be viewed as the transformation of a system of law based upon Western European culture into the law of the world community. … The [legal] treaty would not represent an attempt to negotiate a new world order in ‘one go’. … In that it would lay down the ‘rules of the international game’, the framework treaty might resemble an international Treaty of Rome, although inevitably much less detailed. … In addition to laying the legal basis for the creation of a new world order, the framework treaty, which could be negotiated within the U.N. system,…” -114

“The Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States already lays down the fundamental principles which should govern international economic relations. The transformation, over time, of the Charter into the proposed framework treaty would greatly facilitate the establishment of a new international order. If this is to be done, some more specific provisions, omitted from the Charter, should be considered for inclusion in the framework treaty. Such provisions could include:

(a) All States shall facilitate access to technology and scientific information;

(b) All States have the obligation to expand and liberalize international trade;

(c) Ocean space and the atmosphere beyond precise limits of national jurisdiction are the common heritage of all mankind: as such they shall be administered exclusively for peaceful purposes through international mechanisms with the participation of all States and their resources shall be exploited with particular regard to the interest of poor countries;

(d) Developed countries have the duty to ensure that net flows of real resources to poor countries shall not be less than the targets established by the U.N. General Assembly;…

(g) All States shall accept an international currency to be created by an international authority;

(h) All States shall accept the evolution of a world organization with the necessary power to plan, to make decisions and to enforce them.” – 117

“[Expansion of] the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States… should not be envisage until major elements of the new order have been adopted by international agreement.” – 123

Regional Unions in the New Order

“Regional Integration… should be encouraged as a way:… (iii) to exploit more fully the opportunities for closer integration – up to monetary, economic and political union – that will be possible, for a long time to come, only between countries whose close interdependence on one another can generate political support for, and acceptance of, the partial mergers of ‘national sovereignty’ indispensable for such beneficial integration of their policies and institutions.” – 208

“Regional integration and harmonization can help to the extent that it widens markets and avoids wasteful competition for capital; that the manufacturing industries correspond to regionally planned priorities and are effectively controlled by the countries entering into the integration process.” – 238

Global Solidarity in the New Order

“These changes call for massive innovations in and the redirection of systems of formal and informal education. A new world can only be built through solidarity of the world’s people and the participation of large masses of people – hundreds of millions, not hundreds of thousands. The development of global awareness is a prerequisite to the peaceful creation of a new world order. It can even be said that the cultural and educational upgrading which global awareness implies, entails – or is equal to – the new order.” – 77

“they [International Institutions] must be integrated into an all embracing approach aimed at facing the global challenge of the world of today. This approach should be guided by three fundamental objectives, i.e. greater democracy, greater efficiency and greater solidarity.” – 43

“Since the rules of the game will have to be changed to create a new international order, a popularly-based desire for solidarity with developing countries must be established in the developed countries…” – 259

“Solidarity must also permeate society as a whole and engender the feeling of common interest and brotherhood… Without it, it will be impossible to mobilize the capacity for imagination and to achieve the real will required to share society’s resources.” – 62

“… environmental awareness means in reality the introduction of the long term, of the diachronic solidarity with future generations. To the extent to which the protection of the environment may entail costs, these should be looked at as an investment in the future, offset as always by a sacrifice in current consumption and in most cases justified on economic grounds by the reduced cost of preventive actions compared to the costs of remedial ones.” – 162

“It is in the sphere of human environment that the interdependencies between nations are perhaps most clearly evident.” – 32

East-West Dialectic

“As for joint industrial ventures, recent data show that the contracts signed with Western enterprises greatly outnumber the arrangements between the Eastern European partners themselves. According to a Soviet publication, thirty projects involving multilateral agreements have been concluded since 1971 among CMEA countries, whereas in 1974 and 1975 the Soviet Union alone signed an almost equal number of contracts of cooperation with large enterprises from West Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Finland, Japan and the United States, some of them running into billions of dollars… Over-all trade compulsions and competition in world markets in the present international system have grown to the point of making interdependence the law of the world. It is a factor so strong that it overpowers even ideological differences: joint ventures between centrally planned nations and large capitalist enterprises are emerging every day.” – 80

The Standing Army of the New Order

“Ensuring World Security:… The planned and phased reduction in world defence spending, the reinforcement of the U.N. Peace Force together with a World Disarmament Agency…” – 122

“Very few countries have so far pledged their support of and contribution to a standing UN Peace Force. Every effort should be made to promote progress in establishing such a force as a means for peace keeping…” – 304

“Even ’sky spies’, if operated by a world agency rather than a nation-state, have a clear potential for international peace-keeping.” – 42

Rights and Freedom in the New Order

“The fundamental aim formulated above has its roots in the conviction that all human beings have an equal right to a life of dignity and to satisfaction in their threefold capacities as citizen, producer and consumer.” – 61

“Freedom: History has shown that an increase in the freedom of one individual or of a nation can result in the reduction of another’s freedom in the same and different realm. Freedom must thus be viewed as the maximum compatible with that of others.” – 61

“As a counterpart to these rights, a number of duties must be accepted, especially the duty to use one’s capacities in the interest of an adequate level of production…” – 63

[1] Quotes from Jan Tinbergen, RIO: Reshaping the International Order: A Report to the Club of Rome (1976). ISBN 0-525-04340-3

Can you now see where the world is heading, where our political elite have undertaken to take us without your consent. I can see it every day with the passing of each new EU Directive or Statutory Instrument in Westminster. No conspiracy theories, No ifs, buts or maybe’s, there it is printed in black and white by the Club of Rome and its available in your bookshop.

The use of an inner, or esoteric, language to intentionally deceive is a trademark characteristic of the psychopathic personality or a psychopathically dominated group. This is nicely summarized in Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes (1998)

Sums up Gordon Brown & Al Gore perfectly. You can shout for a World Bank, a fully integrated EU or a Copenhagen Treaty if you want to, but this kind of society is not one that I want, where people no longer live their lives to the full, but where they merely exist. That is why the Libertarian Party UK was set up, to give you back your lives.



About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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3 Responses to Who do you believe – Brown & Al Gore or your gut instincts?

  1. QM says:

    Tricky question Ian, trust politicians or my gut instincts?

  2. The proposal for a Single Global Currency will provide the people of the world what they want – stable money. We do not need a world government, but we need a Global Monetary Union, similar in form to the European Monetary Union or the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.
    The world AND the U.S. will be better off when the U.S. Dollar is replaced by, and incorporated into, a Single Global Currency, managed by a Global Central Bank within a Global Monetary Union. In Europe, 16 countries are using one currency. Why not the 192 U.N. members?
    We don’t need to wait for the further decline, and perhaps rapid decline, of the dollar to start planning for the Single Global Currency.
    The primary problem with the euro and currencies of other monetary unions is that they still must co-exist within the international multicurrency system itself where the value of those common currencies must still fluctuate in value against each other. With a Single Global Currency, there are no such fluctuations, by definition.
    In addition to eliminating currency fluctuations, the use of a Single Global Currency would eliminate the current foreign exchange trading expense of $400 billion annually, eliminate currency risk, eliminate current account imbalances, and eliminate the need for foreign exchange reserves.
    With a Global Central Bank with a primary goal of monetary stability, inflation would likely be lower.
    The world should begin researching and planning now for a Single Global Currency, which will save the world – literally: trillions. It is not a cure for the current recession, but will help lay the groundwork for a more stable future.
    The Single Global Currency Assn. promotes the implementation of a Single Global Currency by 2024, the 80th anniversary of the 1944 Bretton Woods conference. We will reach that point through the creation, expansion and merger of currencies of nations and monetary unions.
    That’s only 15 years away. The Assn’s website is http://www.singleglobalcurrency.org. See, also, the book, “The Single Global Currency – Common Cents for the World,” and the ICFAI University Press book, “A Single Global Currency – Perspectives and Challenges.”
    Morrison Bonpasse
    Single Global Currency Assn.
    Newcastle, Maine, USA
    email: morrison (@ the Association’s website)

  3. Morrison,

    The only thing a Global Currency will do is provide the politically motivated Communitarians with a means to control at both the national and personal level those who do not agree with them.

    It has little to do with money, or the monetary welfare of people, other than globalising yet more fiat money controlled by a small clique of International Bankers and politicians.

    If you want to see real monetary reform, the Libertarian Party UK has such a proposal. It puts people first and confines Bankers to providing a service rather than a controlling interest in their lives.

    Any international banking transactions undertaken with fiat money must be done at the risk of the Banks, rather than at present where profit is corporatised, whilst the risk is socialised with our tax monies.


    Personally I take the view that anyone who tells me that their plan for a Global anything will ‘save the world’ is either barking mad or of the same Authoritarian Communitarian ilk as Al Gore. IMHO the only thing the world needs saving from is Globalists.

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