coercion has been painful but necessary for mankind.
The Humanist Manifesto II suggests that without adopting such "bold and daring measures" we cannot survive.
Religious leaders from around the world declared in 1975 at the U.N., "The crises of our time are challenging the world religions to release a new spiritual force transcending religious, cultural, and national bounderies We affirm a new spirituality divested of insularity and directed toward planetary consciousness."4
The U.S. Global Report 2000 claims there is an extreme "megacrises" of population, pollution, energy, soil, water, etc. "The only solutions...are complex and long-term...far beyond the capability and responsibility of this or any other single nation. An era of unprecedented cooperation and commitment is essential"
George Bush told us on Jan. 7, 1991 in a speech "Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective- a new world order- can emerge I think what is at stake here is the new world order will the United Nations, its peace-keeping function having been elevated to its most promising height since 1948, be sent back to the Dark Ages because we failed to fulfill its mandate?"
Another Hegel quote is "America is therefore the land of the future, where, in ages that lie before us, the burden of the world's history shall reveal itself."5 Although the goal is world dominion, United States is repeatedly viewed as a major player to make the One-World-Government come into full power.
Twenty-four U.S. Senators and eighty U.S. Representatives signed a Declaration of Interdependence which repudiates items in the Declaration of Independence and pledges themselves to support "institutions of world order." (By the way a good number of them were Masons) This Declaration of Interdependence in 1976 begins "When in the course of history the threat of extinction confronts mankind, it is necessary for the people of The United States to declare their interdependence with the people of all nations and to embrace those principles and build those institutions which will enable mankind to survive and civilization to flourish." It goes on to describe those international institutions.
In my "book" so to speak, anyone who takes an oath "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against enemies within and without" and then signs a Declaration that pledges them to the creation of a world government which will nullify that Constitution has committed treason, not to mention proving themselves untrustworthy.
Do you really believe we are faced with extinction? And who has created that threat? Was it not those who governed us? Was it not Government that was involved in Nuclear energy and Nuclear bombs? etc. etc.
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