I Will Not Be Part Of Your Global Government

I will fight it with every last breath I have.  I will fight it, I will not stop and there are millions of people just like me and when the rest wake up we will have billions.

There’ll be nowhere to run from the new world government ‘Global’ thinking won’t necessarily solve the world’s problems. Janet Daley Telegraph UK

There is scope for debate – and innumerable newspaper quizzes – about who was the most influential public figure of the year, or which the most significant event. But there can be little doubt which word won the prize for most important adjective. 2009 was the year in which “global” swept the rest of the political lexicon into obscurity. There were “global crises” and “global challenges”, the only possible resolution to which lay in “global solutions” necessitating “global agreements”. Gordon Brown actually suggested something called a “global alliance” in response to climate change. (Would this be an alliance against the Axis of Extra-Terrestrials?)

Some of this was sheer hokum: when uttered by Gordon Brown, the word “global”, as in “global economic crisis”, meant: “It’s not my fault”. To the extent that the word had intelligible meaning, it also had political ramifications that were scarcely examined by those who bandied it about with such ponderous self-importance. The mere utterance of it was assumed to sweep away any consideration of what was once assumed to be the most basic principle of modern democracy: that elected national governments are responsible to their own people – that the right to govern derives from the consent of the electorate.

The dangerous idea that the democratic accountability of national governments should simply be dispensed with in favour of “global agreements” reached after closed negotiations between world leaders never, so far as I recall, entered into the arena of public discussion. Except in the United States, where it became a very contentious talking point, the US still holding firmly to the 18th-century idea that power should lie with the will of the people…

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2 Comments

  1. The first think that Palestinians never ever killed any pregnant female .I slam don,t ever give permission to kill any pregnant female in any circumstances.now look at the foto which the Palestinian person shooting a female.watch the flag at the back is a Palestine flag but for your fucking propaganda it was an Israeli flag.The way you put the flag of an Palestinian.Come on sweet heart no body is stupid the way you are and you can,t even guess that in a front of a flag was the is israeli flag. So the answer is that it was fucking pussraelies who kill an innocent pregnant females not any muslims.understand..

  2. What does that have to do with this post? Nothing. Go to one of the posts that i am talking about Israel or the Palestinians then make up your stupid shit.


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