GLOBALISM REVISITED-PART 5
By Debra Rae
December 26, 2010
In the wake of the autumn 2008 U.S. banking crisis, France’s president and Germany’s finance minister (Nicolas Sarkozy and Peer Steinbrueck, respectively) agreed that the Anglo-Saxon capitalist system had run its course. To end the folly of that post-war, U.S.-dominated, but finished system, new global banking rules are indicated.
Enter the World Trade Organization. A product of the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT), the WTO is all about central control of world markets. By locking nations into regulations that exceed authority of their own constitutions, it is “the closest thing we have to world government on this planet.”
Similarly, German-born U.S. diplomat Henry Kissinger described the North American Free Trade Agreement (1989) as a “first step toward a new world order.” Achieved by fast-track legislation, the North American Union (its backdrop, NAFTA) will be a super state roughly patterned after the European Union.