Uploaded on 30 Oct 2011
There have been two attempts to create a centre of Global Governance / Global Government: the first, the forerunner of the United Nations was the League of Nations. During the First World War several world leaders such as Woodrow Wilson and Jan Smuts, began urging the establishment of an international organisation to preserve peace and settle disputes between nations by arbitration. Axiomatic to this argument was that civilisation could survive only if it could develop an international system that would insure peace. Thus, in 1919 under the Treaty of Versailles the World Government-in-waiting, the proposed League of Nations, was designed “to promote international cooperation and to achieve peace and security.” However, because the US Congress, Senate and the ordinary people refused to participate in such blatant Internationalism, the “League” was doomed and after failing to prevent the Second World War, the League of Nations ceased its activities.
The second attempt was the “United Nations”, a term supposedly suggested by United States President Franklin D Roosevelt and first used in the Declaration by United Nations of 1 January 1942 when representatives of 26 nations pledged their Governments and their peoples to continue fighting together against the Axis Powers. The first blueprint of the United Nations was prepared in 1944 at the secret Dumbarton Oaks Conference, where the framework was developed, and the final plans for nascent World Government laid out. Attending this fateful meeting was representatives from the US, Great Britain, the Soviet Union and China. The man who was delegated to co-ordinated this meeting was Alger Hiss (1904-96). Hiss was a graduate of John Hopkins University and Harvard Law School who worked for the Supreme Court Justice, Oliver Wendell Holmes, before serving in the departments of Agriculture, Justice and State, in the administration of Franklin D Roosevelt. Hiss was a director of the Executive Committee of the American Association for the United Nations, a director of the American Peace Society, a Trustee of the World Peace Foundation, trustee of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, a director of the American Institute of Pacific Relations, and President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.. He was also, like most of this gilded class, a traitor. For, Hiss was part of the privileged class of rulers, the Ruling Elite, the Power Elite, the Liberal Establishment, who control the temporal affairs of this world. In short, Hiss was part of the Evil Agenda for the establishment of World Government, the planned destruction of all sovereign nations and the establishment of the World Empire ruled over by the Global Elite. In 1950, Hiss was exposed as a Soviet spy, convicted of treason and called a “Communist” but in truth, he was simply part of the New Age One World Conspiracy … the very same conspiracy the brave but unfortunate Joseph McCarthy had stumbled across. Hiss, the traitor and One World Conspirator wrote much of the UN Charter, modelling it on the Constitution of Soviet Russia, and the Communist Manifesto.