Trick or treaty? Rio coming to a town near you.

The “Common Market” con

Those of us who can remember the UK’s admission into the Common Market frequently lament the fact that it didn’t quite turn out as planned. It sounded so commendable and desirable. A trading community. A civilised way to recommence amicable relationships with former enemies. Disposing of the old stereotype picture of “the continent” and becoming a part of it all. A trading community was a sign of progress and sophistication. So what went wrong? To put it quite simply: We were misled and deceived from the outset. Edward Heath, Prime Minister at that time, was aware of the plan:

the ultimate creation of a European federal state, with a single currency. All the basic instruments of national economic management (fiscal, monetary, incomes and regional policies) would ultimately be handed over to the central federal authorities. The Werner report suggests that this radical transformation of present Communities should be accomplished within a decade”. (PRO/FCO 30/789)

The only real concern of Mr Heath and his colleagues was that this plan should not be talked about too openly in public, because this might so inflame public opinion that it would be much harder to persuade Parliament and the British people that it was in their interests to join what they were being assured was no more than a ‘common market’, intended to boost trade.

The Lisbon Treaty con

A last good idea consists of wanting to preserve part of the Constitution and camouflaging this by distributing it among several texts. The more innovative provisions [of the Constitution] would be simple amendments to the Nice and Maastricht treaties. The technical improvements would be gathered together in a bland and uncontroversial treaty. These texts would be put to Parliaments to vote on them one at a time. Thus public opinion would be led to accept, without knowing it, the proposals that we dare not present to them directly. Valerie Giscard d’Esating – Le Monde 4th June 2007

The Rio Convention – Earth Summit- Agenda 21 con

“Participating in a UN advocated planning process would very likely bring out many of the conspiracy- fixated groups and individuals in our society… This segment of our society who fear ‘one-world government’ and a UN invasion of the United States through which our individual freedom would be stripped away would actively work to defeat any elected official who joined ‘the conspiracy’ by undertaking LA21. So we call our process something else, such as comprehensive planning, growth management or smart growth.”   J. Gary Lawrence, advisor to President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development

Why do we continue to believe these guys? Because the tailoring looks impressive? Because they are politicians and wouldn’t mislead us? Because we can’t be bothered to question things?

It is surely beyond doubt that Phil Gawne truly believes in the value of the Rio Convention. However, as we can see, many a politician in the past has been misled by less than honest dealings. This is a proven tactic. Make it sound wholesome and sensible and hide the real agenda because no one in their right mind would agree to it.

More of Rio Convention/ Earth Summit/ Agenda 21 to come.


4 comments on “Trick or treaty? Rio coming to a town near you.

    • …a proven tactic. Make it sound wholesome and sensible and hide the real agenda because no one in their right mind would agree to it
      In simple language: These tactics have been used before to introduce collectivism “for the greater good” which frequently results in fewer personal freedoms. Collectivism is a form of Marxism.

      To explain further: On his inauguration Bill Clinton praised Carol Quigley, his mentor and well-known collectivist. However, collectivists can be found in all parties. It is not only the left – far from it. Collectivism, (the “greater good”, reduction of personal freedom) can also result in the removal of rights to private property, under various guises. This, to me, is the real agenda – collectivism, control and removal of personal rights for the “greater good”.

      PS We have been really quite successful in preserving our heritage. It makes sense to engage the public in discussion about the Rio Convention and all the implications. However, very little information is available, it appears. In the present financial climate we surely need to know everything about this treaty and we need reassurances about our personal freedom and rights. It’s a big subject and needs a lot of research. A one-sided newspaper article is simply not enough information.

  1. Agenda 21 appears to be being implemented in our schools in what our children are currently being taught (brainwashed) into believing about climate change and sustainable development. Then when they are grown up they will not realise why they believe what they believe but they will and they will “vote” and accept accordingly without actually knowing that they have been tricked conned and brainwashed into thinking what the architects of Agenda 21 want them to think. There will be no opposition to the introduction of the agenda because of the brainwashed kids.

    • That is unfortunately very true. The same applies in certain countries (I think this includes the UK) with regard to the EU. The EU hands out nifty little pencil cases bearing the EU emblem and children are taught about the advantages of the European Union.

      There are two sides to everything but there are obviously certain topics that are always presented in a one-sided manner and presenting things in this way to highly impressionable schoolchildren is nothing short of brainwashing IMO. Having said that I know that I was subject to similar practices at school – only the subject matter was different.

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