The following comes from a recent piece by Paul Mc Guire, the author of a groundbreaking new book entitled “The Babylon Code”…
The UN is not asking permission, but issuing a command that the entire planet will commit to 17 sustainable development goals and 169 sustainable development targets designed to radically transform our world by 2030.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, also known as “Obamatrade”, would represent a giant step toward a truly unified global economy.
The following is an excerpt from one of my previous articles…
On September 26th, some of the biggest names in the music world (including Beyonce) promoted these new “global goals” at the “Global Citizen Festival” that was held in Central Park.
And you can watch a You Tube video where some of the most famous names on the entire planet urge all of us to get behind these new “global goals” right here. We are being trained to think of ourselves as “global citizens” that belong to a “global community”.
The ultimate goal is for the entire world to become a “single market” with uniform laws, rules and regulations.
But as we merge our economy with the rest of the globe, the United States has been losing tens of thousands of businesses and millions of jobs as the monolithic corporations that now dominate our economy shift production to areas where labor is much cheaper.
Groups like The Council on Foreign Relations, The Trilateral Commission, Royal Institute of International Affairs, United Nations, Club of Rome, The Bilderberg Group, and others control presidents, prime ministers, media networks, politicians, CEO’s, and entire nations.
The United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam all intend to sign on to this insidious plan.
Collectively, these nations have a total population of about 800 million people and a combined GDP of approximately 28 trillion dollars.
You will almost never hear any substantive analysis by the media, which is controlled by these groups nor of attempts at holding them accountable by governments around the world.
Another way that our planet is being “united” is through the use of international trade agreements.