The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Why I make a Lousy “Global Citizen”

Having taken the last month to trudge through a lot of required reading I had been putting off because of its dry, gloomy and personally offensive ideologies, I finally got through Al Gore’s “Earth in the Balance” and the UN agenda 21 documents.

I have discovered that I am probably one of the nameless dehumanized masses these globalists speak of needing to be exterminated for the “sustainability” of the globalist eco- utopia. To get Green Utopia we need a global "kingdom" ruled by wize, all powerful philosopher kings which would make me a “global citizen” or eco-serf.

Actually after reading the main pillars of this new global society which will be graciously “sustained” by it’s global oligarchy of corporeal plutocratic lords, I can see how a guy like me would down right offend them and actually screw things up in the long term… doubt I ( and my type) have to go….for “global sustainability”.

Having read the pretexts of this Global utopia I have done some soul searching and now realize………….


1) I own my own property and I reject all UN claims on it
2) I have individual rights which are not subject to UN interpretation
3) I own a gun
4) I am prepared to use that gun to protect the above 3 items
5) I am a Christian and choose to express elements of my faith in my life
6) As a Christian I only kneel before God…I kneel to no autocrat or oligarch
7) I refuse to surrender personal or national sovereignty to unelected global bureaucrats
8) I reject Ghia as a false religion and its prophet Moe Strong as a maniac
9) I reject fraudulent pseudo science and refuse to be paniced by a bogus eco-Judgement Day
10) This means I reject greenhouse gas theories, Kyoto and peak oil scares.
11) I refuse to have unelected UN bureaucrats in control of my food or fuel supply
12) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats in charge of my money’s value
13) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats sit in judgement of me in their courts
14) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats in charge of my health options
15) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats regulate my personal mobility
16) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats regulate my reproductive capacity
17) I refuse to have unelected global bureaucrats dictate my child’s educational needs
18) I reject sustainability theories as manipulative fear mongering
19) I’m happy, self reliant, emotionally secure and I need racketeering global politicians even less than domestic ones
20) History tells me the path to Utopia always leads to the gates of hell.

One of my mentors once said this:
"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." [H. L. Mencken]

The reasons for global government are obviously the "humbugs and hobgoblins" Mencken deduced came from overly ambitious politics.....I fear the motives of the globalists and their fear mongering puppets is a tad more draconian.


Anonymous notaglobalcitizeneither said...

Amen to that!

April 17, 2006 at 3:51 PM  
Blogger jacobin said...

i second that

April 17, 2006 at 4:49 PM  
Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

You got it right, dude!

And, BTW, the more I reject leftist dogma, the more #19 applies to me... true story!

And though #3 doesn't currently apply to me, I do, as a matter of fact, own a baseball bat... something the terrorists probably wouldn't know how to use, as the Grand Ayatollah probably forbids baseball as well as all sorts of fun stuff...

April 18, 2006 at 3:58 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Sentinal: The politics of global governance transcend Left-Right dealing with globalism we are seeing individual freedom pitted against global autocratic's like Orwells nightmanre except big brother has no opposition from any other despot.

April 18, 2006 at 6:37 AM  
Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

Come to think of it more seriously, you're right.

Hate to admit it, but the global governance thing is apparent in both the left and right and everywhere on the spectrum...

Global governance... shudder! Imagine the totally-unhinged UN telling us what's what and having the power to impose their ridiculous nonsense on us all... The world is too huge, too vastly divergent, too much in violent flux... One can therefore easily see the logic of the sovereign nation-state... if one thinks for oneself, of course. Global governance is a pipe-dream. Science fiction, as far as I'm concerned.

That's why I feel like hurling whenever folks talk about the "need" to take a "global" perspective... needing the world's permission to defend the nation? Forget that! And we do NOT need to do business with China, either... it isn't going to change them at all, and hasn't... hell, they use the profits to build their military so as to prepare for possible world domination efforts... besides, surely we can make all that stuff in the Free World? Chinese-made products may be cheap, but they suck.

April 18, 2006 at 11:55 AM  
Blogger Debris Trail said...

If it's global governance you fear, then you must work to create within each nation, more autonomy for its parts, be they states or provinces. Clearly separated powers and governance over freedoms need to be constantly policed by the electorate and re-evaluated. What works today, may not work tommorrow; today's most valuable politician may be valueless tommorrow (ie: Churchill)

Global governance is just as sticky, as it offers great potential for solving some geopolitical problems. The trouble is, as with the UN, when global governance attempts to impose itself on all aspects of governance (economic, military, territorial, environmental, etc.) without any electoral mandate. And worse yet, with the coroboration of despotic regimes. That is precisely where one gets massive elite utopian bureaucracies.

Nations often deal better one on one, than through multilateral organizations (see Reagan and USSR) Today globalists tend to lean left only because its the easiest sell, but they'll lean right in a twinkling of an eye if the balance of nations leans right. (see France). The extreme right, is in fact the extreme left; and Moe Strong et al don't give a damn about right or left; it's global control that they crave.

(example:)I personally find nothing wrong with the homeland security bill as it sits now in the USA, but the outcry against it is healthy. Those who seek more sweeping power need to always face a very skeptical electorate and an aggressive opposition. At times restrictions in liberty are needed to protect liberty; but this concept is very easily used as a cover for simple bureaucratic greed for control.

Good list Bill; it's a valuable measure to come back to now and again, and a valuable measure to judge the restriction of liberties by.

April 18, 2006 at 6:16 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Sentinal: the UN is one bureaucratic tool of a group of globalist elites who belong to the the Bilderberg network. Those who belong to the bilderberg elite come from a spectrum of administrations and party affiliations...from Wolfowitz to Blair to Chretien, Martin and Ralph Klein and Kissenger. These are just the bureaucrats and politicians...the Bilderberg group includes most or all of the world's central bankers, IMF, WB and other intrnational bankers ( Rockefeller, Soros,Warbergs,) and the Kings, barons, old world aristocracy and old world money as well as the newly co-opted new money dynasties (like the Desmarais clan)

These are the people who steer the agenda of the UN, global banking and the larger bureaucracies of the world...since alternate media and some mainstream media have caught onto the relationship between the agendas set at the yearly super secretive Bilgerberg pow wows and the mirrored events that transpire in the coming year , the Bilderbergs have had a rough time keeping their agendas totally shrouded in secrecy as they once did. Never the less, the Bilderberg yearly attendee list is a who's who of the global elite and those that have penetrated the security to learn the meeting agendas in the past 5 or 6 years learn of an agenda that reads like prophesy as the events discussed turn to realities.

I urge any free thinking rational person to reserch the credible sources of Bilderberg lore and see that the "shadowy people" pulling the strings are not so shadowy and fully identifiable....are they conspirators? Yes....particularly as they work to persuade elected governments to do things that the electorate did not hire them to accept UN dictat and install it in domestic law.

What's on the agenda this year?..time will tell, but last year the big talk at Bilderberg 2005 was about installing a UN tax on well head royalties...something inocuous that people won't see but which sets a precedent and userps provincial and federal sovereignty....this will be the wedge for a more direct claim by the UN to tax individuals directly.

But of course this can all be written off as "conspiracy crap"...10 years ago most people and all MSM denied the Bilderbergs existed. 10 years ago all MSM denied the UN had no global governing agenda yet today we see agenda 21 and the UN call for the right to tax without being accountable by ballot to those they tax...taxation without representation...does that phrase ring a bell?...It's happening again in our lifetime and when people were warned of it by Jim Tucker and Spotlight magazine 15 years ago, they called it "conspiracy theory"

The trend is that yesterday's conspiracy theory is today's reality.

Today most MSM admit there are Bilderberg meetings and some report on them. Today 94% of Americans are convinced Kennedy's assassination was an inside job or covered up, the same goes for the Oklahoma bombing and now the 9/11 report.

You can deal with the possiblity that there are criminals in government ranks or you can choose to take the denial route and believe that large largely untouchable mega-bureaucracies and private international business cartels only attract people of the highest moral character who operate under only the purest of intent.

If you chose to believe the latter, I have a bridge in brooklyn I can let you have cheap

April 19, 2006 at 6:23 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Debris Trail said...
"If it's global governance you fear, then you must work to create within each nation, more autonomy for its parts, be they states or provinces."

Absolutely correct! I have been a provincial sovereigntist and a national constitutionalist for the past 25 years. Problem is all levels of our government bend the rules and legislate or act out of their defined the Feds claiming that their federal constitutional right to make international agreements extends to forcing UN doctrines into domestic law.....or making international agreements that put unelected foreign bureucrats in control of a province's exclisive jurisdiction over its natural resources (Kyoto)

April 19, 2006 at 9:40 AM  

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