Category Archives: Globalization

“Living,” “Evolving” Dangers Are Hidden in ObamaTrade (TPP & TTIP)

The New American | May 18, 2015

By William F. Jasper

Will the U.S. Congress vote to approve “free trade” agreements that are, according to the agreements’ authors, “living agreements” that will constantly change and “evolve”?

Bad Guys Pushing THIS WEEK to Promote Global Tyranny Run By Corporations

Washingtons Blog | April 23, 2015

The powers-that-be are pushing this week to fast track a horrible treaty which would destroy America.

The treaty is called the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

The era of global government?

BBC | November 13, 2014

By Linda Yueh

Hypothetically, a global government could re-allocate, much as a federal or central government now does to help regions/provinces/states. It could also regulate global markets, address climate change, fight Ebola, etc.

US Representative in Rome to Push for ‘Global Covenant of World Religions’

Breitbart | October 25, 2014

By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.

Rome provides a “neutral brokerage” where religious leaders can work together for peace, says Jerry White, the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations.

Study: Tax-Exempt Foundations Deepening Connection to Federal Gov

Chronicle of Philanthropy | October 27, 2014

By Alex Daniels

The federal government is setting up a growing number of specialized offices to serve as points of contact with foundations and businesses, reflecting the growth in partnerships between the public and the private sectors, according to a new study.

Scotland’s Independence Vote Shows a Global Crisis of the Elites

NY Times | September 18, 2014


When you get past the details of the Scottish independence referendum Thursday, there is a broader story underway, one that is also playing out in other advanced nations.

Australian Repeal Deals Blow to Global Carbon-Emission Plans

Wall Street Journal | July 27, 2014

By Vanessa Mock

Australia’s repeal of a pioneering tax on carbon emissions has dealt a sharp blow to struggling international efforts to coordinate on global warming and comes ahead of key climate-change talks next year.