THE STATE, MUCH LIKE A PARASITE WILL CONTINUE TO GROW.
Article By Richard Heathen
THE UN AS WORLD GOVERNMENT: THE LAW OF THE SEA TREATY
PUBLISHED: May 2nd, 2014 | By Richard Heathen
As the era of statism continues, the growth, of state power is ever expanding. Resistance to the power of the state is fought by an awakened minority, while the general population are as compliant as a comatose patient. The great mass of humanity remain docile as the deadly infection that is statism grows attacking it's host, and destroy it's basic life support systems. A new paradigm of statism is dawning and sadly, even among those who see the destructive nature of the state, few are able to see how the state is growing and attempting to revitalize itself in new terrifying ways. The state, much like a parasite will continue to grow, consuming all liberty and productive human activity until there is nothing left. Any government or bureaucracy by it's very nature will seek to grow, expand it's reach, scope and power. The United Nations was created after World War II presenting itself as a forum for the governments of the world to come together and seek cooperative solutions to disputes, in order to avoid the horrors of another great war. This "noble lie" is completely false, the elite power brokers pulling the strings behind the UN's creation always meant it to be a vehicle for world government.
Despite this fact we will examine this issue from the conventional view of history and still prove that the UN is coming into it's own as an out of control bureaucracy. One which has worked silently, under the veil of promoting peace and diplomacy to expand it's power. In many ways we are, today already living under the yolk of a world government. To expand it's power the UN has sought power over what it calls the "global commons" the air, water and environment. To the end of expanding it's power under the guise of environmental protection the United Nations launched Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is an environmental action plant to control all of the worlds resources under the veil of environmental protection. Agenda 21 is being implemented worldwide on all levels of government from the national level all the way down to the municipal, through a network of non-governmental institutions or NGO's working in partnership with the various levels of state power. These NGO's are given millions by foundations which are ran by the power elite of society. These NGO's are strategically positioned to give the illusion of an organic grassroots movement, but a peek behind the curtain shows they are nothing of the sort.
There is more to the United Nations power grab though than Agenda 21, although it is a central focal point in the UN's quest for power. The UN also relies on a vast network of treaties and international agreements to expand the scope of it's power. Enter the United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty. Drafted by the UN in 1982, Canada signed on to the Law of the Sea Treaty in 2003. This treaty ties the hands of national governments in the waters surrounding it's country when it comes to dealing with potential threats, by restricting a nations legal right to board vessel they perceive as a threat, offenders can be taken before any number of international tribunals, including the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea or the International Court of Justice. I for one am not an advocate for the so called "right" of any government or state to violate the property rights of anyone including sailors on the open seas, but it is naive to believe the United Nations is going restrict the powers of the nation state without taking up any power it restricts for itself. Throughout history we have seen the expansion of various global empires, not in one single case have we seen an example where a global empire has restrained itself and resisted the urge to grow and expand it's own power. The United Nations is just following the historical pattern of all states and empires.
There are multiple international bureaucracies that implement and enforce the Law of the Sea Treaty, including the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission which is a branch of UNESCO, the United nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. In a report published by the first director of UNESCO, Julian Huxley, titled "UNESCO And It's Purpose", Huxley, discussed how UNESCO, should use it's influence to work towards a world government, and that it should be based on the principles of eugenics. The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission implements and enforces Part 13 & 14 of the Law of the Sea Treaty, these sections are concerned with the rules around marine research, and mandates the transferring technology from the first world to the third world.
In Part 11 of the Treaty, the United Nations declares that all resources under the ocean floor are owned in common by mankind. The UN, like the nation states before it has declared itself the vehicle through which this collective ownership of resources by the people is manifested. The UN is a crypto-communist organization, which advocates failed leftist economic policies, such as centrally planning the resource development of the world's oceans through the 'International Seabed Authority', which simply refers to itself as 'The Authority'. The Authority declares for itself a state owned monopoly on the development of resources on the ocean floor through another division called 'The Enterprise'. The Authority's decisions are made by an assembly of mostly poor nations, which would, under the wording of the treaty, qualify for millions in wealth transfers from the west. The Law of the Sea Treaty was negotiated in the 1970's and was influenced by the UN's "New International Economic Order". This Order was a set of economic principles which included wealth redistribution from the west to the third world. This fits perfectly with the UNESCO's promotion of "Social Justice".
The UN Law of the Sea Treaty compliments Agenda 21's goal of UN control of the worlds nation states under the guise of environmental protection. Nations states have already begun using the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea against each other to force environmental policy. In 1999 Australia and New Zealand appealed to the international tribunal in an attempt to shut down an experimental program tuna program in Japan. As the process of globalization continues look for the UN to take an ever greater role in decision making, effecting the lives of millions all over the world, while at the same time restricting the power of elected national governments. Will the UN eventually elect it's own Parliament and become a true world government? Indeed, there a campaign for an elected UN Parliament, but that's a story for another day.
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