Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Are We Being Ruled By A Travelling Politburo?

Are We Being Ruled By A Travelling Politburo?

Politburo: “the executive committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and of certain other nations”

( http://www.yourdictionary.com/politburo )

We see many leaders of nations travelling to different countries each year to hold meetings. Example: The G20 and the G8, the most recent example was in Toronto, Canada, where many of them congregated to discuss World Policy. In fact a number of media outlets, were calling this gathering a, “World Summit.” Which begs the question: When did the peoples’ of many of these different countries who still have a supposed “parliamentary system” hand over their national sovereignty to a travelling politburo? Are we being conditioned to accept some form of “World Government?” Or is it already here? After all, we have a “World Bank,” a “World Health Organization,” a “World Court,” an “International Monetary Fund,” which imposes austerity programmes on elected governments, so perhaps the world dictatorship has already arrived. But, we did not notice it happening. But, I digress. Now back to questions about the travelling politburo.

Are decisions being made and policies being designed to be implemented without discussion in national parliaments of the free world? Communist China is a dictatorship, yet it was a participant in these discussions by the travelling politburo. In fact its leader was an honored guest at a dinner put on by the Canadian government and attended by some powerful business interests. [1]

And the un-elected President of Europe, Herman Van Rompuy, was also a participant at these meetings. The Brussels Journal had this to say about the European Union (E.U)

“Vladimir Bukovksy, the 63-year old former Soviet dissident, fears that the European Union is on its way to becoming another Soviet Union. In a speech he delivered in Brussels last week Mr Bukovsky called the EU a “monster” that must be destroyed, the sooner the better, before it develops into a fullfledged totalitarian state.” [2]

One might ask the question: Are these heads of state giving up some of their national sovereignty? After all, whose interests are being served when these “leaders” of various countries are making decisions outside their parliaments without holding debates in their own countries about policies being enacted at these G8 and G20 meetings? And why are the parliamentary oppositions in all these countries not asking these questions? And one might ask: Why are the investigative media not asking pertinent questions about these meetings? Who is behind them? Who arranged them? Who started them? Are there other forces, unelected, behind the scenes the real powers that be? I believe, we need answers to these questions.

Other questions that could be asked are; why is there no clamp down on offshore tax havens? Another question: are these tax havens the places where many of the financial elites keep their money? We have seen huge amounts of the peoples’ tax dollars being used to bail out, oops, I mean stimulate financial institutions that in fact caused the present financial crisis. And some of these financial institutions have subsidiaries in offshore tax havens. But, instead, these so called leaders are talking about “deficits,” and “paying down the debt,” living within our means,” and all the other slogans they use to put the boots to the taxpayers. Meanwhile, the un-elected banksters are advising them on “monetary policy.”

“In recent months, G20 countries have submitted their economic plans to the IMF - which would then assess what the net impact would be on the global economy.” [3]

And “global economic governance” is now being facilitated.

“The Group of Twenty ("G-20") nations, the new Financial Stability Board ("FSB"), and the International Monetary Fund ("IMF") are progressing on two fronts: the monitoring and revision of national and regional economic plans to facilitate global economic governance…” [4]

And so the un-elected “advisers” for “global governance” have their travelling political politburo puppets making the decisions that are contrary to freedom and democracy.

Stephen J Gray
June 29, 2010.


[1] http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/spector-vision/the-photo-harper-doesnt-want-you-to-see/article1617411/

[2] http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/865

[3] http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/stephanieflanders/2010/06/imf_says_g20_could_do_better.html


Further reading and links to articles below:
Bilderberg 2010: What we have learned

A huge agenda of global issues was crammed into four days of 'secret' meetings by a mysterious group of power brokers. But who elected them and why are we paying for them?