Elites plan for regional rule under one-world government
By Daniel Taylor
Is there a plan to divide the world into economic and political regions under a world government? Is the North American Union part of this plan?
In 1954, the Bilderberg group held its first meeting at the Hotel de Bilderberg in the Netherlands. It was during this meeting that the first discussions of European integration were held. Thanks to BBC radio 4, documents were discovered which detailed what went on inside the extremely secretive conference. The host of the BBC radio program reads from the 1954 document, which states, “Some sort of European Union has long been a utopian dream, but the conference has agreed that it is now a necessity of our time.”
Since 1954, the European Union has become a reality. Will the global elite continue to divide the world?
Today, the creation of an African Union is underway. As with the European Union, the African Union is to have a common currency, along with a unified military. As Jerome Corsi reports,
“Advancing the movement toward economic and political globalism, the African Union is moving down the path of regional economic integration, with the expected end result of continental economic and political integration.”
“And while the AU is still in a formative state, it’s already officially designated by an emblem, a flag, an anthem, a central bank, and unified continental military force.”
“The goal of the African Central Bank is to create an African Single Currency. African Union planners are currently calling the African continental currency the “Gold Mandela.”“
The creation of regional currencies, and the removal of “unwanted currencies” is necessary, according to Benn Steil. Writing in the Council on Foreign Relations publication, Foreign Affairs, Steil states that, “The world needs to abandon unwanted currencies, replacing them with dollars, euros, and multinational currencies as yet unborn.” “Countries should abandon monetary nationalism,” says Steil.
Members of the Council on Foreign Relations have made statements regarding the goals of the Council, which mirror current agendas of the group.
“The Council on Foreign Relations is the American Branch of a society which originated in England… (and) …believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established.”
- Carroll Quigley, member of Council on Foreign Relations, mentor to Bill Clinton
“The main purpose of the Council on Foreign Relations is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national independence and submergence into an all powerful, one world government.”
- Admiral Chester Ward, former CFR member and Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Navy
In 1999, the Bilderberg group met in Sintra, Portugal, where they discussed plans for a new economic world order. Thanks to Jim Tucker’s infiltration of the secretive group, we are able to get an idea of what was talked about inside the meeting. Writing in his book, Bilderberg Diary, Tucker says,
“Kenneth Clarke, a member of the British Parliament and former chancellor for the exchequer , had called for a new “international financial architecture” at the 1999 meeting of Bilderberg. The world should have three major regional currencies, Clarke told his Bilderberg colleagues. The first is already on the world scene: The European euro. And Britain will join in the European common currency, he said. Clarke said he would like to see the pound grow weaker to facilitate Britain’s entry into the common currency… The next step is toward a second great regional currency in the Western Hemisphere, Clarke said. The “amerijo” will come about by the “dollarization” of Latin America.”
“Bilderberg colleagues agreed that the emerging regional currencies, which will be identified with no specific country, will do much to eliminate “nationalism” and the “antiquated notions of sovereignty.”
The elite’s plans have changed slightly over the years, but at their core they remain the same. The “amerijo” discussed by Bilderberg in 1999 appears to have transformed into the common currency for North America called the “amero,” as coined by Herbert Grubel, and supported by Robert Pastor.
Steve Previs spoke of the amero and its far reaching implications for Canada, Mexico and the United States on CNBC. Watch the clip below:
The proposed North American Union has not been popular among informed Americans and Canadians. This has not gone un-noticed to the elite. As reported here last week, a conference was held in 2002 during which recommendations were given by CFR members on how to best propagandize Americans into a “North American Consciousness.”
The ultimate goal?
In 1973 the Club of Rome issued a report titled the “Regionalized and Adaptive Model of the Global World System.” In this report a map is shown which divides the world into 10 political/economic regions.
Will the North American Union fall in line with the elite’s ultimate goal? Only time will tell. Until then, there is still time to resist.