The Case Against Global Governance Saying NO to a One-World Government
Is a one-world government inevitable? It certainly looks that way! At least it does if you buy into the theory of how good a one-world government would be for the world. I do not. Let me be clear about this: I hate the very thought of a one-world government! Period!
Is a one-world government inevitable? It certainly looks that way! At least it does if you buy into the theory of how good a one-world government would be for the world. I do not.
Let me be clear about this: I hate the very thought of a one-world government! Period!
I rather like being an American. I can't stomach the idea of being forced to give that up to satisfy some centralized one-world government which couldn't find it's rear-end with both hands and a hound dog!
There is a train of thought which goes something like this: If the US, Mexico, and Canada are successful in creating the North American Union (and they are having one success after another, while keeping their machinations "Sub-Rosa" the entire time.) soon afterwards there will be a movement to combine the EU with the NAU. And that, Dear Reader, is about as close to a one-world government as we are likely to get, at least, for the foreseeable future. With the Islamofacists continuing to kick against the pricks of the world, a one-world government will be in a constant state of war.
Of course we have options. One option is to allow the Islamofacists to be successful and establish their worldwide caliphate and THAT would be a one-world government. A theocracy, to be sure, but it WOULD be a one-world government. The other option is for Americans to fight like hell to remain an independent nation!
To those of us who oppose a one-world government I suppose it sounds hopeless. Well, plainly put, to some degree, it IS hopeless. Once the juggernaut gets up a head of steam there will be no stopping it. It has already begun with the European Union and the proposed North American Union. The point is… the "powers that be" are certainly going to try to create that one-world government. (What do you think the "Global Warming/Climate Change" movement is all about? It has always been, and remains, all about Global Governance!)
Now, hold on, take a breath, and lets see what faces an attempt at a one-world government.
First off we know the Islamic nations will not willingly become a part of a one-world government. And… what about the continents of Africa and South America? Both are hotbeds of communism and socialism. The only way communism will become a part of a one world government is if they rule!
The logical step would be for the Islamofacists, the socialists, and the communists to combine… as they each reflect some of the ideology of the others, anyway.
So, out the window goes the "One World Government Idea". A more realistic idea, of what the global politics would look like, is, I think, a politically bi-polar world…in other words… a Two-Government World.
Seems to me, the only way to have a true one world government would be for the "would- be" one world government to conquer all the nations outside their government and colonize them much as the Western European nations did during the colonization period of world history. Realistically, any attempt at a one-world government will spur wars, of various intensity, around the globe. The planet would be forever at war. The cost of worldwide wars is staggering and would very soon bankrupt any government trying to bankroll such action(s).
Anyway you parse it, creating and controlling a one-world government, on this little planet, would be akin to herding cats. If you have every owned just one cat… you know it cannot be done!
For the moment I see it as incumbent upon the citizens of America to do everything they can to defeat the proposed North American Union. It's the beginning, at least in this hemisphere, of an attempt at that dreaded one-world government. We need to nip it in the bud… NOW! It will be even more difficult now with the socialist government and socialist President we have in place, today, in the US. But we must try. True Americans will not stand by and lose their country to the people and organizations that rule from the shadows.
J. D. Longstreet is a conservative Southern American (A native sandlapper and an adopted Tar Heel) with a deep passion for the history, heritage, and culture of the southern states of America. At the same time he is a deeply loyal American believing strongly in "America First".
He is a thirty-year veteran of the broadcasting business, as an "in the field" and "on-air" news reporter (contributing to radio, TV, and newspapers) and a conservative broadcast commentator.
Longstreet is a veteran of the US Army and US Army Reserve. He is a member of the American Legion and the Sons of Confederate Veterans. A lifelong Christian, Longstreet subscribes to "old Lutheranism" to express and exercise his faith.
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