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How Far Have We Gone Down the Path of NWO One World Government? The Council on Foreign Relations´ Barometer Will Tell You!

The private, unelected US Council on Foreign Relations - and its EU-division - has big aspirations: To rule the world by means of  David Rockefeller´s Studies Program through CFR´s Council of Councils - step by step, without the peoples of the world noticing it - acting through corruption (as the Rockefeller Brothers´Fund says) as well as through the Rothschild/Rockefeller organisations: The FED, The Bilderbergers, The Trilateral Commission, The Communist environmentalist Club of Rome, just to mention a few.

The International Institutions for Global Governance (IIGG) Program fulfills its mandate by:
1. Engaging CFR fellows in research on improving existing and building new frameworks 2. Bringing together influential foreign policymakers, scholars, and CFR members to debate the merits of international regimes 3. Hosting roundtable series whose objectives are to inform the foreign policy community of today’s international governance challenges and breed inventive solutions to strengthen the world’s multilateral bodies;  We believe that the research and policy agenda outlined here constitutes a significant contribution to U.S. and international deliberations on the requirements for world order in the twenty-first century.

Stewart Patrick, The CFR:   There is a 90 percent probability that the average temperature on Earth will increase between 3.5 and 7.4 degrees Celsius by 2100. The ensuing parade of calamities will include

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melting polar ice caps (cf left: polar ice 1980 and 2013), rising sea levels, collapsing coral reefs, extreme weather events, desertification and fresh water shortages, famine and mass migration and, conceivably, violent conflict. Avoiding the worst consequences of a warming planet will require both dramatic cuts in greenhouse gases and major investments in adaptation – neither of which is on the horizon.

Comment: Herewith, the biggest lie in history is pointed out to be one of the most important pillars on which the CFR builds its world governance: “Man made CO2 warming”.

Now to show themselves and the world how successfull these self-appointed fraudsters are to bring salvation to the world the CFR has launched what it calls The Global Governance Report Card :

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Jane Napolitano - Big Sis - is Secretary of the US Dept. of Homeland Security and often seen as the boss of a police state on behalf of the US invisible government, The Council on Foreign Relations.

Council on Foreign Relations 23 Apr. 2013: The Council on Foreign Relations released its first Global Governance Report Card  using input from fifty leading experts, the report card grades the response of the international community and the United States to six big challenges requiring multilateral cooperation: global warming: and  nuclear proliferation, as well as violent conflict, and global health, and transnational terrorism, and furthermore financial instability.

The grades vary widely across categories. Efforts to combat global warming, for instance, get a “D” across the board, and U.S. leadership comes in at a “C-.” There are a few interesting bright spots worth noting. The international community as a whole received a “B” grade in global finance, and the United States a “B+” for leadership efforts, which helped to tow the international economy out of the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression. Multilateral efforts also received a “B” in addressing transnational terrorism, with the United States received a “B+” for demonstrating strong overall leadership, and the only grade of “excellent” in the report card was received for the strong and consistent efforts to prevent terrorist financing.

Global governance, so conceived, does not imply the creation of a world government—something that would be undesirable even if it were attainable. It means something far more practical, namely: forging collective action among sovereign states and other relevant actors to confront common threats, manage shared risks, and exploit joint opportunities presented by globalizationCfr-obama

The report card covers a five-year period, from the start of 2008 through 2012. The grades from this first reporting period will provide a baseline for forthcoming installments.
The possible grades for each issue area range from A through F, i.e. from excellent to incomplete. Effective multilateral cooperation in addressing major transnational challenges often depends on a select group of actors—including but not limited to the United States and, increasingly, China—with the capacity and will to contribute disproportionately to collective action.

The resulting class evaluation places actors worthy of special mention into one of six categories: from Leader to detention (refusers). Report card grades and assessments, as well as the class evaluations, reflect subjective judgments regarding how important global actors have performed in making progress.  In making these judgments, IIGG relied heavily on the input and recommendations from fifty noted experts, listed below.

The importance of the (engineered) financial economical crisis to achieve world governance,
multilateral cooperation and institutional reform can and does occur
. This is particularly true in moments of crisis, when previous policies have failed abjectly. The global financial system provides a case in point. Following the shock of the global credit crisis, countries and institutions responded with commendable solidarity, adopting a set of measures that were mutually beneficial (at taxpayer cost for the benefit of the international banksters). The G20, elevated to the leader level as the premier forum for multilateral economic coordination, orchestrated parallel interest rate cuts and a large fiscal stimulus, helping prevent the world from spiraling into a second Great Depression.


The crisis also revitalized the once moribund International Monetary Fund ( see IMF from the year 1944 through 2000), which expanded its mandate and increased its war chest. Countries also made laudable progress on global financial regulation by agreeing to higher capital requirements for large crossborder financial institutions and transforming the feckless Financial Stability Forum (Housed in Rothschild´s BIS) into a larger and more effective Financial Stability Board - coordinating international finance on behalf of Rothschild (in Rothschild´s BIS). To be sure, not all promised reforms have been faithfully implemented. For example, despite promising to update the governance structures of the IMF and World Bank, the changes (i.e., the composition of their executive boards, the allocation of voting quotas, and the selection process for senior leadership) do not reflect geopolitical and economic realities. These shortcomings explain why—as outlined in the Global Finance Report Card—global financial governance merited a B for the period 2008 to 2012. On the other hand, had countries retreated into economic nationalism and refused entirely to cooperate to mitigate the financial crisis, they would have earned an F.

Comment:

Does it matter to us what these crazy Gamblers consider proper business ethics? Why do the “nation-states” follow such rules? Simply because these banksters have the money that the states urgently need. The obedient players in this game are liked by the one-world government of the banksters and  will get cheaper loans and better careers than the naughty ones in detention!
This again shows the power of the NWO.

Geht es uns an, was diese verrückten Gamblers für die richtige Geschäftsmoral halten? Warum folgen die “Nationalstaaten” solche Spielregeln? Ganz einfach weil diese Bankster über das Geld verfügen, das die Staaten dringend benörigen. Die artigen Mitspieler in diesem Spiel über die Eine Welt-Regierung der Bankster, werden günstiger Darlehen bekommen als die unartigen Nachsitzer!
Dies zeigt nochmals die Macht der NWO.