Several Labor heads have mentioned Global Governance in various speeches. But just how "all inclusive" do they mean? Agenda 21 suggests far more than know or want. The matter needs investigative efforts. Allan Essery puts the ball in play.
GLOBALISATION: A deceptive term that to the more alert minds reads as the incremental installation of the New World Order. (Fairdinkum Radio.)
For many years the elite around the world have sung the praises of Global Governance. For Australia it became more of a reality with the Government signing the United Nations 1975 Lima Agreement. This was and is an instrument that was specifically designed to by-pass, in the case of Australia, the Constitution and undermine the sovereignty of our country.
Australia’s sovereignty is being eroded away and our government no longer makes decisions in the best interest of its citizens, those decisions are now made to satisfy the many and varied United Nations treaties and agreements that Australia’s Foreign Affairs Ministers have signed while supposedly representing you. The problem is that they didn’t bother telling you about it or what it meant.
There is nothing new about Governments ignoring the Constitution to introduce something that the Australian people didn’t want. Anna Bligh did it and Paul Keating did it. The difference now is that it is being done by the United Nations and its many, varied and powerful off-shoots with a view to World Government.
What does the Lima Agreement & Declaration do? Firstly it required Australia to reduce its manufacturing industries by 30% and hand them over to Third World developing countries. That has expanded to a point where it is now estimated that Australia has lost 90% of its manufacturing capabilities with a corresponding loss of jobs. Our thriving steel industry is all but gone, as has our shoe, clothing and textile industries, food processing, our once thriving fishing industry, our farming industry and so on. For instance, business closures went up by 48% in 2011 with 2,700 businesses closing in the last quarter of 2011 alone.
The results are many-fold and detrimental to the well being of Australians. Not only do we lose our industries but we lose the ability to feed and clothe ourselves without foreign imports, we lose millions of potential jobs and importantly we lose the manufacturing and trade skills that previously made us independent. Now we have to import food, seafood, clothing, whitegoods, motor vehicles, medicines, electronics, etc. In other words we are now reliant on cheap imports from “Preferred” countries, such as China, for our day-to-day survival.
Have a look at the seafood counter in your local Cole’s and Woolworth’s stores and see how many products are imported. Look on the shelves at the packaged food that has labeling that says “Processed and packaged in Australia from local and imported products.” or words to that effect. The only local product is probably the label on the bottle, can or packet.
To assist the Third World “developing” countries such as China (?), Australia is required to remove its import tariffs and tariff barriers. This would be accompanied by increased taxes or a failure by government to create tax concessions for businesses, increased compliance measures, increased labour compliance measures, environmental restrictions based on deliberately misleading science and the increased cost of employing people because of industrial relations meddling.
In December a United Nations Development Programme conference in Beijing, China was promoted by the United Nations as one of the emerging powers benefiting from the UN’s world economic trading system. The UN says that China has an important role to play in improving global governance and strengthening the global rule of law.
The UN went on to say, “At a critical juncture on both domestic and global levels, this High-Level Policy Forum is an example for concrete collaboration between China, the UN and various partners from different continents that provides input to the development of China’s own position as a leading figure in thinking and shaping global governance.”
The United Nations is fearful of a collapse of its Global Governance plans and is enlisting the strength of China, that it quaintly declares is a developing country, to reduce the threat of failure.
Australians might be interested to learn that Australia gives foreign aid to China.
Allan is retired from active RAAF duty. In civilian life he was a pilot and flight instructor. He was also the commander of an Royeal Volunteer Coastal Patrol maritime rescue unit on the South Coast of NSW and senior officer for the Far South Coast. He fights for a fair go for ex-servicemen and women and is a harsh critic of the government's treatment of serving and ex-service personnel.