Professor: Only Global Governance Can Save Us From A Century Of Chaos
Major event in 2014 will plunge the world into crisis, says Boyle
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, June 17, 2010
A major event that takes place in 2014 will plunge the world into a crisis that will characterize the rest of the century, according to Cambridge professor Nicholas Boyle, and only the introduction of global governance can save humanity from an era of poverty and violence.
“A ‘Doomsday’ moment will take place in 2014 – and will determine whether the 21st century is full of violence and poverty or will be peaceful and prosperous, according to a Cambridge University professor,” reports the Daily Mail.
“In the last 500 years there has been a cataclysmic ‘Great Event’ of international significance at the start of each century, he claims. Occurring in the middle of the second decade of each century, they include events which sparked wars, religious conflict and brought peace.”
In order to “fight climate change,” which as the Climategate scandal highlighted, is nothing more than a contrived fraud exaggerated and exploited by the elite in an effort to plunder the taxpayer and impose draconian rules and regulations on our day to day existence, as well as to solve the financial crisis (also a creation of the elite), Boyle states that peace and security can only be guaranteed if an “effective system of global governance is introduced” to replace nation states.
Boyle’s warning that only global governance run by by an enlightened elite can rescue the planet from turmoil is a familiar talking point put out by the establishment to hoodwink people into meekly accepting the end of national sovereignty as an inevitable process, a natural progression that they have no power to stop.
In reality, the move towards global governance is not natural at all, it has come as a consequence of elitists exploiting the crises they create to artificially push the globe towards a centralized and dictatorial political and economic system run by the few to the detriment of the many.
No better can this be illustrated than with the financial crisis, which the elite had foreknowledge of and positioned themselves to exploit in order to propose more regulation and global economic governance as the only solution.
Immediately before the credit crunch, globalist financial firms like Goldman Sachs were secretly betting on a U.S. housing market collapse while telling their clients to buy $40 billion in securities backed by at least 200,000 risky home mortgages. Likewise, central banks knew that a global collapse in the property market would herald the start of the worldwide economic downturn, but deliberately kept such information from the public.