The Globalist Agenda - A Brief Introduction
By Ortaine Devian
"Here’s what he said about the United States – remember he was an historian and a philosopher to an extent, HEAVILY involved in the world government scenario and gave speeches across the planet back in the ‘30s and even before that – he was talking about how the U.S. was set up to take over from Britain as the policeman of the WORLD to bring in the world system, the world government - and he talked about how it would FALTER, just like Rome, and rise for a while and appear to be all conquering, and then fall again and then rise once more, each one is like a smaller wave until it would just fall apart within. He said, “The U.S. will set a record in the rate of rise and fall of an empire. Between wide open boarders and the fall of the dollar, and the growing population against the declining resource base, it will be defeated from within. Mobs will rule the streets in the nation that is now the third largest in the world, and unable to support its population except by taking resources from other countries.” That comes from a guy who was up there with the Royal Institute of International Affairs, The Council on Foreign Relations, The Cecil Rhodes Foundations, The Lord Milner Group, the big boys that really run the show for world government."
Arnold J. Toynbee gave this speech at All Souls College in 1962. Though he was talking specifically about the US, the same strategy applies to all of western civilization which will become clear. Toynbee was a major influence on the Royal Institute of International Affairs/Chatham House for nearly forty years. Chatham House's sister organization is the US Council On Foreign Relations, it says so on their website:
This is an article still posted at one of the CFR's own websites:
"... but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault. The hopeful aspect of the present situation is that even as nations resist appeals for "world government" and "the surrender of sovereignty," technological, economic and political interests are forcing them ... "As in the case of the U.S. Constitution, we are more likely to make progress by pressing the existing instrument to the outer limits of its potentialities through creative use, seeking amendments only on carefully selected matters where they seem both necessary and capable of adoption by the constitutionally required majority." ~ Council on Foreign Relations, Foreign Affairs, April 1974
They aren't opening the borders because they want to buy the world a Coke™.
"To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism, and religious dogmas." ~ Brock Chisholm, first Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO)
You are not going to hear this discussed in the corporate media which they control, that would be counter productive to their objectives.