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Source: Daily Mail
The Prime Minister said today that now is the time to speed up the pace of reform as the country faces the global economic crisis.
Use the chaos to push through a new regime. His Fabian friend T. Blair said something similar, which pushing for ‘global interdependency’. “The pieces are in flux. Soon they will settle again. Before they do, let us re-order this world around us.”
‘This is the biggest New Labour project of all: to give people confidence and hope that we can build through this downturn into a better economy and society.
The ‘project’ is a totalitarian socialist state, developed by the slowly slowly approach of Fabians, such as Gorgon McStalin. Again, echoes of the ‘mission’ of Tony Blair: “Out of the shadow of this evil, should emerge lasting good…This is a moment to seize.
‘We’ve got a global financial system but we don’t have global financial supervision of it.
We need one single, unelected, unaccountable organisation to control the economy (and therefore freedom) of the entire human race.
‘When you have global financial flaws and you only have national supervision of them, you inevitably run into the sort of problems that we have seen.’
The current economic situation, was manufactured by our bosses in global banking (JP Morgan, Rockefeller, Rothschilds et al) to burst the credit bubble and consolidate vast swathes of liquidity and real-world assets in their money printing, fractional reserve claws. We should help them by giving their financial front corporations power over all nations.
He also highlighted climate change, inequality and terrorism as major problems that must be addressed.
All perpetual Hegelian Dialectics that help to justify the reduction of freedom, rights and liberty around the planet, to make it easier to implement their global government.
Referring to the attacks in Mumbai, he said: ‘A great multi-faith democracy has been laid low by terrorists.’
He said it raised ‘huge questions’ about how the world addresses violent extremism.
Something Brown refuses to deal with. Instead, counter-terrorism forces are sent to raid the home of a dissenting MP, who highlighted Labour’s lies on immigration and State employment of illegal immigrants. Labour’s open door policy helps to feed the cultural Marxism of the Fabians in power.
‘Most of the problems that we face can’t be solved in isolation,’ he said. ‘We are the first generation that has the chance to build a truly global society.
‘We must be the generation that builds these global institutions and builds this global cooperation.’
We must finish the plan for the New World Order, the single global government, run by the political and financial elite.
Focussing on the economic crisis, Mr Brown said that the news that Woolworths, a household name, had gone into administration this week had made many people realise that ‘something quite big is happening’.
‘We’ve got people worried about whether jobs will be safe next year,’ he said. ‘At a human level, as well as a global level, we are facing extraordinary times.
Predictive programming. He keeps inserting ‘globalism’ into everything he says.
He went on: ‘What should we do? We’ve got to lead the way in global international cooperation. We are working very closely with Barack Obama’s economic team.’
He added that there were ‘huge similarities between what we are doing and what the Obama government is preparing to do in America.’
Of course there is. Obama is a Fabian Socialist too. Synchronised destabilisation of both economies (problem) with the collapse of thousands of businesses and savings (reaction), with the (solution) being the transferring of both countries governance to a private, international institution run by the same cartel that created the Federal Reserve, with the creation of a single, global fiat currency. Oh, and Marxist Zbigniew Brzezinski’s sons are both advisors to both McCain and Obama so it didn’t really matter which one the Americans voted for.
He also called for a ‘new wave of upward social mobility’ within Britain.
He added: ‘We have got to empower families and people so they have far more control over the public services that they use and that will be one of the big themes in the Queen’s Speech next week.’
Brown has to continue to expand the scope and power of the state, to regulate ever more and take complete control over every aspect of society. He could always reduce the size and power of the state, reducing the tax burden and giving the individual people and communities of Britain the libertarian freedom to work to their own merits, but socialism is totalitarian social-engineering.
Again stressing that the world’s problems cannot be solved in isolation, he made reference to those who would support the break up of the UK.
‘It would be very sad if, as we are recognising our global interdependence on each other, one part of the country walks away.’
Who else called for global interdependence?
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