Coming Up; World Government

Here at Farmann we have been touting the warning siren about a world government, and now it seems it is sneaking into mainstream media.

In the Financial Times, Gideon Rachman sees the evolvement of a world government. He sees it tackling three unique global problems.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7a03e5b6-c541-11dd-b516-000077b07658.html?nclick_check=1

He says:
“First, it is increasingly clear that the most difficult issues facing national governments are international in nature: there is global warming, a global financial crisis and a “global war on terror”.”

All three reasons are not what they seem, they are convenient creations of the government. Creations of the government to extent government control.

# Global warming is overrated, overblown and might in fact be bogus all togheter. We just don’t know. Regardless of the science behind it, global governments are using it conveniently to extend their power.

# The financial crisis is a direct consequence of all the worlds governments moving from gold over to fiat money created out of thin air through the governments sentral banks. The crash/crisis then becomes inevitable. Government solution is then tighter controls, the final phase is total collapse.

# The global war on terror is the governments attempt at seeming to use military might to solve social and cultural ambitions and related problems. Remember, terrorism is not an absolute term, it is a relative term used by governments, a terrorist to us is a freedom fighter to someone else, and vice versa.
Nelson Mandela, Yasser Arafat, Jesus Christ, The Government of Iceland have all duly been labeled as terrorists by various governments, threats to the prevailing government order.

The world is heading towards a world government, fortunately this will be mighty difficult to accomplish, and they might not succeed, let us hope so. But we can be absolutely confident that they will try, and their method, the method of our age is; force.

Oslo, Norway. Hans Lysglimt

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  1. Oddmund Kalland
    Posted 21 December, 2008 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

    I think you are blowing your horn at a scenario witch is not very plausible.

    I think we have seen a de-polarization of power after the breakdown of the Soviet Union, I think this is now turning. Russia, under it’s new leadership, is growing more self-aware. (showinging of it’s military muscle in several incidents the last two years. Lately in Cuba of all places). Also the civilation gap between the west and the muslim world (Middle East, Iran etc) is growing larger and larger. Also we don’t know how China will end up in the future ( I think at one point they will start to grow more selfaware and be more critical to their westerniaztion. This has happened several times in their history.) I would also like to add the growing anti-americanism growing in Europe. (The generation who experienced the Marshall plan is soon gone). All this new fractions makes it difficult for any “one world government” to operate/function.