Obama goes to the U.N. and tries to entice world government one last time

With the media having a field day covering Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton 'round the clock, the American people have had little time seeing what their current President has been doing in his final months in office.  And when Barack Obama went 'downtown' to the United Nations to give his last speech to the 'world', perhaps the mainstream realized that they better keep it under wraps because the President issued his last and most enduring call to bring about a one world government.

“We have to put our money where our mouths are. And we can only realize the promise of this institution’s founding to replace the ravages of war with cooperation if powerful nations like my own accept constraints. Sometimes I’m criticized in my own country for professing a belief in international norms and multilateral institutions, but I’m convinced in the long run giving up some freedom of action, not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests but binding ourselves to international rules, over the long-term, enhances our security.”

— The Federalist Papers.org

Yet President Obama wasn't the only entity at the U.N. to call for abandoning nation states and nationalistic economic principles this past week.  In fact the The U.N.’s Conference on Trade and Development published a report stealing a page from Franklin Roosevelt's famous 'New Deal' socialism that calls for all the standard Progressive platforms being discussed today,  and ties it into a neat bow with an initiative they call 'Production transformation policies'.

The U.N.’s Conference on Trade and Development just released its annual report. Bearing the sugary title “Structural Transformation for Inclusive and Sustained Growth,” it’s actually a rip-roaring manifesto for a global new deal. And they admit it. Quote:

“A global new deal will need to move beyond business as usual.” That, of course, will require “effective international cooperation and action.”

Strong stuff. What would a global new deal entail, exactly?

Truckloads of public spending on everything, alpha to omega. Taxes to kingdom come. Red tape and regulations beyond even that. Global wealth redistribution. Welfare. Here’s a dose, the authors indulging their fondness for commas to the full:

“The policy package in developed economies will need to combine a proactive fiscal stance, both on spending and taxation, with supportive monetary and credit policies, stronger financial regulations and redistributive measures through an incomes policy, minimum wage legislation, progressive taxation measures and welfare-enhancing social programs.”

Lots like the original New Deal.

The report also demands a return to the “developmental state” with its “production transformation policies” — the latter being out-of-town jargon for something less sweet: crony capitalism.

“Production transformation policies” is the kind of fimble-famble bureaucrats use to make trouble for honest words. And the one thing they can’t afford is honesty. No bureaucracy can. Here’s a stab at the “developmental state,” if you can penetrate the fog:

“Active industrial policies require a supportive institutional geometry of developmental states, government-business dialogue and ‘reciprocal control mechanisms’ that ensure government support translates into desired actions by the private sector.”

Note well the words “control,” “government” and “desired actions.”

— The Daily Recknoning

Make no mistake, the global elites realize their window of opportunity to bring about a one world government, one world currency, and one world system of control with them at the helm is closing, and it is under attack in the political, economic, and foreign policy responses by nations and peoples that have woken up since the institution of global control mechanisms following the events of 2001, and the changes in global finance since financial crisis of 2008.

And the next three to eighteen months could be the time frame to see which side comes out victorious.