Letter: Facts illuminate plan for world governance
Mr. Christie’s rebuttal of my post (Readers Write, Feb. 24) on the Green Earth Deception was intended to label me as a conspiracy theorist. Rather than offering facts opposing my position, he resorted to tactics usually employed by progressives—attack and marginalize the messenger, rather than the message.
He described me as a displaced Bircher, the kind of person the Tea Party attracts. He meant that to be a disparaging description, but in truth was very complimentary. I say that because both organizations are warriors for Constitutional freedom and that is, in fact, what I am. It causes me to question what he supports.
Truth is always better served when facts support one’s position. Facts relative to world governance are these: In the early 1990s, Mr. Willy Brandt, former leader of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, called a meeting of world Socialist leaders in Stockholm, Sweden. At this meeting, they developed 29 principles and recommendations on global governance. Mr. Brandt and his friends then went to the Secretary General of the United Nations, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, and secured his blessings and significant financial aid. The commission convened in 1993 and worked for two years to figure out how the world really ought to be governed. In 1995, they published their final report, "Our Global Neighborhood." It was published by the Oxford Press. The 410-page document can be purchased from http://www.freedom.org. I suggest that Mr. Christie purchase this report to obtain a better understanding of the global governance issue.
The publication clearly puts all so-called "conspiracy theories" to rest, because it publishes precisely how the plan can achieve world governance. It lists four areas of governance that the international community is striving to secure. They are (1) the area of economics, (2) the area of security, (3) the area of education and (4) the area of land use control.
It validates my position in the Green Earth Deception letter by revealing facts, not conspiracy theories.