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Trump is Stopping the United Nations from Becoming the Single World Government

US president is standing in the way of the UN plan to be a one world govt

 on 23rd December 2018 @ 8.00pm
us president donald trump stands defiant against the global leaders of the un © press
US President Donald Trump stands defiant against the global leaders of the UN

As other world leaders continue to push for globalism, steering the world down the path to a single global government, US President Donald Trump remains defiant.

In a seemingly lone battle, aside from outsiders such as Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump seems to be the only leader with a prominent seat at the table who is standing in the way of the United Nations becoming a single world government.

While addressing the UN in September, Donald Trump urged other nations to reject globalism and embrace patriotism.

His speech to the United Nations, however, was interrupted by derisive laughter from other world leaders.

In the course of his bold address, Trump highlighted the achievements of his presidency, slammed America's enemies – Iran foremost among them – and railed against globalism in its spiritual home, the UN general assembly (UNGA).

“America is governed by Americans,” Trump said.

“We reject the ideology of globalism and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.”

The main theme of Trump’s speech was patriotism, and he urged states to focus on their own national interests.

He said: “Around the world, responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty not just from global governance, but also from other, new forms of coercion and domination.”

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, cemented his role as the anti-Trump on the world stage.

Macron claimed that nationalism will lead the spread of global lawlessness, “in which everyone pursues their own interest.”

He said: “All against all ends up to everyone’s detriment.”

in obama s final address to the un  he said  a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself © press
In Obama's final address to the UN, he said 'a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself'

Trump's address to the United Nations was a stark contrast to former President Barack Obama's final speech in 2016, in which he criticized those who seek a “simple rejection of global integration.”

“The world is too small, we are too packed together, for us to be able to resort to those old ways of thinking," Obama told world leaders.

"Today, a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself," he added.

Electing Donald Trump as US President has certainly thrown a spanner in the works for the globalist agenda.

The UN Plans to be Our World Government By 2030

According to E. Jeffrey Ludwig, the United Nations is working toward becoming the world government by 2030.

Although there was a socialistic thread in its founding document, the United Nations was formed based on a vision of human rights presented in the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” (UDHR) which placed the concept of rights at the forefront for the progress of the world body.  

And rights are the mainstay for uplifting human freedom and the dignity of the individual.

The UDHR document followed many amazing documents that presented rights as the central concept of the post-feudal world: the English Declaration (or Bill) of Rights of 1689, the U.S. Declaration of Independence with its important and forceful assertion of inalienable natural rights, the powerful U.S. Bill of Rights enacted in 1791, and the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen (1789). 

The word “rights” appears in almost every sentence of the 1869-word UN document. 

The document is literally obsessed with rights, and one must assume they are likewise obsessed with the rights' successes as manifested in the United Kingdom, the U.S., and France.  

However, there are some deviations from the rights usage we are all familiar with. 

In Article 3, instead of the inalienable rights of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” found in our Declaration of Independence, the UN declares everyone’s right to “life, liberty, and security of person.” 

Are they implying that security will bring happiness? 

Or are they implying that happiness is too ephemeral a value, and too Western? 

Perhaps more mundane survival goals are needed by most of the world.

the un was founded during a ceremony held at the veterans  war memorial building on 26 june 1945 © press
The UN was founded during a ceremony held at the Veterans' War Memorial Building on 26 June 1945

We see a reprise of items from our Bill of Rights such as the condemnation of cruel and unusual punishment (Article 5), due process (Articles 6,7,8,9, 10, 11, 14, 17), illegal search and seizure (Article 12), and freedom of speech and assembly (Articles 19,20). 

But there are new rights introduced which, as early as 1945, were pointing the way towards intervention by the UN in the daily lives of people throughout the world.  

Throughout the document, they assert the right to food, clothing, medical care, social services, unemployment and disability benefits, child care, and free education, plus the right to “full development of the personality,” (imagine, the UN says I have the right to be me) and the “right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community… and to enjoy the arts” (we each have the right to enjoy a painting or a movie).

However, they do not state the right to appear on the “Tonight Show” or “Saturday Night Live,” so there were limits to their largesse. 

In 2015, seventy years after their original rights-based document, the UN took a giant step towards the global government that was only hinted at in their first organizing document. 

They issued a document entitled “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” 

This document has 91 numbered sections of the UN’s program for world government. 

The UDHR is only referenced once in the entire document in Article 19.  

Unlike the original “mother document” that was under 1900 words, this document is 14,883 words.

The 91 items are addressing issues under the five headings of People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnership. 

Additionally, the document provides 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to improve life on the planet. 

What is meant by the term “sustainable?”

The most often quoted definition comes from the UN World Commission on Environment and Development: “sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”  

The earlier ideas and ideals of rights, freedom, equality, and justice are subsumed under meeting of needs and an explicit environmentalism which emphasizes preventing the depletion of scarce planetary resources. 

Of course, the takeoff is the Marxist axiom that society should be organized around the idea of “from each according to his ability to each according to his needs.” 

Thus, Marxism is implicit in sustainability but is nuanced by its alliance with seemingly scientific adjustments and goals related to environmentalism.

A technical jargon is welded to Marxist intentionality to produce a sense of fittingness and modern progress. 

The entire “Transforming Our World” document is cast in a stream of consciousness of pious platitudes for a utopian future.

It is an outsize utopian dream.

Five of the 17 items pertain to the environment. 

There are goals for the cities, for women, for the poor, and even for life under the water. 

Absolutely no sphere of human activity is exempt from control by the UN. The key word, of course, is no longer “rights” except the oblique reference in Article 19. 

In fact, this writer did not see the word rights even once in this document even though that word appeared in practically every sentence of the original UN document. 

The one-worlders of the 1950s and early 1960s are now in the UN driver’s seat, and they have made their move. 

The overlay of Marxist talk about “meeting needs” has moved to center stage. 

The UN has assigned itself a time frame for moving forward in its plan for planetary hegemony. 

This projected transformation detailing (yet without details) a new world order of environmental responsibility and a significant reduction of poverty and hunger never speaks to the practical dimension of vast manipulations of people by cynical leaders and ignorant bureaucrats who hold their positions through terrorism and bribery.

They never discuss incompetence and corruption, twin brothers in the family of venality. 

The document portrays a sincere world where all those in power want to help humanity despite the daily evidence of the selfishness, corruption, murderous intents, devilish manipulations, thefts, personal immoralities, hatreds, and utter depravity of many governmental leaders in every country in the world, and among the leaders of business as well.

Is not the Agenda for Sustainable Development itself one of those devilish manipulations?

The sustainability ideal is not wedded to a Christian worldview; instead, individual liberty is submerged in a scientifically determined collectivist mindset with final decisions in the hands of the devilish, all-knowing Big Brothers.  

The relevance of the individual is downplayed.

It is being put forward by a UN that is no longer pro-western, a much larger body than existed in 1945.

Will you accept it, or is it time, more than ever before, to begin rethinking our membership in that unsustainable body?

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