Balkenende calls for global governance
Friday, November 6, 2009
Tranlated from Dutch:
Premier Balkenende gave a speech Google Translate
two weeks ago in Singapore where he called for work on "new forms of global governance. A call which is consistent with the recent revelations about the UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen and the current trend in centralization of power.

In Singapore Balkenende spoke about the economy and how the growing interdependence of the world economy (established by corporations) can root is increasing. The premier also mentioned the Lisbon Treaty and how the political and administrative power in Europe strengthened ".

One of the key points from his speech he called "the need to work on new forms of global governance. Forms which reflect the developments in the global economy and the shifting balance of power between countries and regions."

You might ask what exactly is meant by Balkenende global governance. To better understand this term I refer you to an article Google Translate
in the column section of the Financial Times website written by (co-) Bilderberger Gideon Rachman on December 8, 2008. In the article entitled "And now for a world government," describes Rachman's fine that a plan for an undemocratic "world government" and that terms like "global governance" these are just euphemisms used to deceive the people. It is not crazy to mention that Balkenende and Mr Rachman call for more centralization of power, as fully consistent with the Bilderberg agenda. Google Translate


The call for global governance is not new in Dutch politics. Last July, Finance Minister Wouter Bos a speech Google Translate
to mark the retirement of the then World Bank director Herman Wijffels and the opening of a "global governance" seminar. Remarkably, Herman Wijffels two months 'global governance' as a solution to our global problems propagated in the transmission Google Translate
of the television Buitenhof that the title to a new world order "bore.

In Singapore gave Balkenende again that global problems need global solutions and that can not be achieved otherwise than by "global governance". As an example of one of these global problems, he called the climate crisis and he referred to the importance of the upcoming UN climate summit in Copenhagen which will take place in December.

Recently reported on this site, we already have the climate summit, when Lord Christopher Monckton, a well known climate change skeptic and former adviser to Margaret Thatcher, had given a presentation on the treaty that they would probably draw in Copenhagen and a principle in the establishment of one world government.
Lord Monckton explains that the word "government" actually appears as one of the three goals of the new entity will focus on one in Copenhagen. The second aim is to transfer wealth from Western to Third World countries, because the rich countries emit much more CO2 than poor countries. And the third goal of this new entity, this government is the enforcement.

Donating to the third world countries for many people this might seem nothing wrong with that. But hardly a cent will end up in these countries, because most of the money directly to this new entity and will probably rest in the hands of corrupt politicians and big corporations end up. So oil companies like Shell are a strong supporter of a CO2 tax and is now known that the Rothschild family, the majority of the CO2-emissions trading hands.

Lord Monckton further indicates that the word 'election', 'democracy' or 'mood' is nowhere for the 200-page treaty, which is not much good seems to suggest.

Lord Monckton was interviewed by the Corbett Report on its findings.

Source: We Are Change Holland