GLOBALISM REVISITED-PART 2
By Debra Rae
November 28, 2010
Proclaiming the cosmos (universe) as his god, Mikhail Gorbachev handpicked deep ecology as the handy “international disaster key” required for establishing global governance driven by civil society, or non-governmental organizations (NGOs). To this end, Gorbachev calls for integrated global policies that smack of Native American earth servitude.
Gorbachev insists that “necessary” environmental regulations be imposed worldwide. His is a type of planetary commandment rooted in the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. Called the Earth Charter, this key document is one-of-three designed to solidify political, economic, social, and religious changes deemed essential in a new world order. The other two are the UN Charter and the International Declaration of Human Rights.
Once secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, essentially the national leader, from 1985 to 1991, Gorbachev has since created a new political party called the Independent Democratic Party of Russia, which he characterizes as “social-democratic.”