For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could
Saw the Vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be
Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there rain'd a ghastly dew
From the nations' airy navies grappling in the central blue
Till the war-drum throbb'd no longer, and the battle-flags were furl'd
In the Parliament of man, the Federation of the world.
There the common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe,
And the kindly earth shall slumber, lapt in universal Law. (1)
- Alfred Lord Tennyson, "Locksley Hall," 1842
World peace through world government and world law. It is an ancient idea that has fastened itself mightily on the minds of men in many ages. "The abolition of war and the establishment of a world government are the two main themes of contemporary utopianism," notes philosopher Thomas Molnar in Utopia: The Perennial Heresy. "The se objectives are as old as utopian thought itself." (2) Never before, however, has our human race been so close to inaugurating this utopian "ideal" - to establishing and empowering government on a planetary scale. Global "crises" environmental decay, poverty, overpopulation, economic and political instability - and the still-present threat of war and nuclear holocaust demand "global solutions." Transnational problems and growing interdependence defy our antiquated "world order" of nation states. So say a growing chorus of mediadesignated "experts."
But our planet and our age have had more than passing acquaintance with utopias empowered. And without exception, the promises of the utopian dream have yielded to dystopian nightmares. The tens of millions of victims of Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Ho, Kim, Fidel, Pol Pot, Amin, Lumumba, Qhadaffi, Khomeini, and dozens of other murderous despots cry out to us. They warn us against the utopian siren call. They warn us of the fundamental truth embodied in George Washington's definition of government:
Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. (3)World government, of course, would necessitate worldwide force - unprecedented power on a global scale. Make no mistake about it, that is what the advocates of "an empowered United Nations" are really after. And what is most disturbing is that they have very nearly succeeded in grasping hold of this power, without most inhabitants of this planet having the slightest idea of the "happiness" being planned for them.
A chilling insight into the kind of future we might expect under the global regime of an omnipotent, omni-benevolent United Nations is provided in a presentation on "world order" given by a high UN official to the American Association of Systems Analysts. The UN official, Robert Muller, held many top UN posts, including that of Secretary of the UN's Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), over a 35-year career at the UN. In his book, New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality, Muller recounts how he explained to the systems analysts the myriad activities in which the UN was even at that time (the 1970s) deeply involved:
Yes, the UN is concerned with our globe's climate.Muller then records: "I went on like this for more than an hour. When I finished, I still had a bagful to say, but I was exhausted by my exaltation at the vastness of the cooperation I had seen develop. Something gigantic was going on, a real turning point in evolution... glorious and beautiful like Aphrodite emerging from the sea. This was the beginning of a new age. The great hour of truth had arrived for the human race." (5) (Emphasis added.)
Yes, the UN is concerned with the total biosphere through project Earthwatch, the Global Environment Program of UNEP and UNESCO's program, "Man and the Biosphere."
Yes, the UN is dealing with our planet's seas and oceans.
Yes, the UN is dealing with the world's deserts.
Yes, the UN is dealing with the human person, that alpha and omega of our efforts. The person's basic rights, justice, health, progress and peace are being dealt with from the fetus to the time of death.
Yes, the UN is dealing with the atom in the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Yes, the UN is dealing with art, folklore, nature, the preservation of species, germ banks, labor, handicrafts, literature, industry, trade, tourism, energy, finance, birth defects, sicknesses, pollution, politics, the prevention of accidents, of war and conflicts, the building of peace, the eradication of armaments, atomic radiation, the settlement of disputes, the development of worldwide cooperation, the aspirations of East and West, North and South, black and white, rich and poor, etc. (4)
The epiphany appears to have nearly overwhelmed him. Later upon reflection, however, Muller found to his dismay that there were vital spheres of human and planetary concern not yet brought within the UN's superintending care. "1 had found several gaps," he records. Gaps? What possible "gaps" could there be? A great many, it seems. For "there was no worldwide cooperation for the globe's cold zones, the mountains, our topsoil, standardization, world safety, the family, morality, spirituality, world psychology and sociology, the world of senses, the inner realm of the individual, his needs, values, perceptions, love and happiness, on consumer protection, on the world's elderly, on world law, on the ultimate meaning of human life and its objectives." (6) (Emphasis added.)
Muller fumed that "political men were still dragging their feet in antiquated, obsolete quarrels which prevented them from seeing the vast new universal scheme of evolution which was dawning upon the world." (7) Indeed. Parochial politicians were stifling the messianic mission of Mr. Muller and his fellow UN savants, whose only desire is to "transform" the world.
Much has been done to alleviate those hindrances and deficiencies, however. New United Nations treaties and conventions are rushing to fill in the "gaps" Muller was so worried about. The colossal UN bureaucracy Muller outlined in his book has been greatly augmented. One UN pro gram alone, the massive Agenda 21, "proposes an array of actions which are intended to be implemented by every person on Earth." (8) (See Chapter 6.) And the UN's newly created International Criminal Court (see Chapter 8) poses the very real prospect of American citizens being delivered up for trial before international tribunals, without any of the protections guaranteed in our Constitution.
Although his name is not universally known, Mr. Muller is not some inconsequential UN bureaucrat whose utopian rantings can be lightly dismissed. He is author of the "World Core Curriculum," now used in many schools worldwide, and is chancellor of the UN's University for Peace in Costa Rica. Muller, who is a self-professed disciple of the theosophist/satanist Alice Bailey, is revered in globalist circles and is one of the most frequently quoted "sages" and architects of the UN's new world religion. (*)
* At the beginning of his World Core Curriculum Muller states that his underlying philosophy "is based on the teachings set forth in the books of Alice A. Bailey by the Tibetan teacher Djwahal Khul and the teachings of M. Morya." This is quite an admission considering that Mrs. Bailey's exalted position in the occult Theosophical firmament is second only to that of Theosophy founder and high priestess Madame Blavatsky. Bailey, who alleged that Khul and Morya communicated with her telepathically, was a rabid Luciferian and founded theIn his book, My Testament to the UN, Muller pays tribute to the UN's New Age spiritual guru, Sri Chinmoy, and approvingly quotes Chinmoy's "prophesy" regarding the UN's ultimate destiny:
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No human force will ever be able to destroy the United Nations, for the United Nations is not a mere building or a mere idea; it is not a man-made creation. The United Nations is the vision-light of the Absolute Supreme, which is slowly, steadily and unerringly illumining the ignorance, the night of our human life. The divine success and supreme progress of the United Nations is bound to become a reality. At his choice hour, the Absolute Supreme will ring His own victory-bell here on Earth through the loving and serving heart of the United Nations. (9)Yes, for Muller and his fellow votaries of one-world paganism, who populate the higher echelons of the UN and the globalist movement, the United Nations is divine and is leading us to, as Muller says, "the apotheosis [deification] of human life on earth." (10) Human life, that is, personified by Muller and the UN's spiritual elites, who, naturally, will lead and rule in this new world order.
Professor Molnar dissects this idolatry and monumental conceit with piercing precision: "At utopia's roots there is defiance of God, pride unlimited, a yearning for enormous power and the assumption of divine attributes with a view to manipulating and shaping man's fate." (11)
Where does this supreme arrogance invariably lead? The record of history is pitiless. Dr. Molnar continues: "In a raving moment, the story goes, Caligula wished that mankind had only one head so that he might chop it off with one blow. So, too, the utopian: he wants to deal with one entity so as to simplify his own task of transforming indomitable human nature into a slave." (12)
Procrustes, according to Greek legend, was a demented highwayman who "fit" his victims to his guest bed either by stretching them, if they were too short, or chopping off their feet, if they were too tall. Likewise, the utopian: When the "humanity" he "serves" fails to fit his Procrustean bed, he lops off not only the feet but the head too.
The UN's Robert Muller fully recognizes the revolutionary nature of his mission. "As on the eve of the French Revolution," he exclaims, "we must outgrow the increasingly erroneous notion of good and bad as seen by a particular group and define new concepts of what is good or bad for the entire human family. This is absolutely essential." (13) Muller and other enthusiasts for a "new world order" under UN hegemonic rule invariably share this sympathetic fascination and fixation with the abominations and terror of the French Revolution.
So, too, have the greatest mass murderers of this century. One of the most notorious is Cambodia's Communist butcher Pol Pot, who was steeped in the French Revolution while a student in Paris. He was inspired, no doubt, by Jean-Baptiste Carrier, the French Revolution's bloodthirsty beast of the Committee of Public Safety, who pledged: "We shall turn France into a cemetery rather than fail in her regeneration." (14) In his powerful 1994 study, Death by Government, Professor R. J. Rummel writes that "no other megamurderer comes even close to the lethality of the Communist Khmer Rouge in Cambodia during their 1975 through 1978 rule." (15) As advocated by Muller, Pol Pot and his Angka Loeu comrades "defined new concepts of what is good or bad." And, notes Rummel, "in less than four years of governing they exterminated over 31 percent of their men, women, and children." (16) Over two million souls - slaughtered in the most inhuman ways imaginable.
John Barron and Anthony Paul, in their book Murder of a Gentle Land, record the UN's response to the Cambodian bloodbath:
After the desolation of the cities, the early massacres, and in the midst of the first famine, one of the Angka Loeu leaders, Ieng Sary, in his incarnation as foreign minister, flew to a special session of the United Nations General Assembly. Upon landing in New York, he boasted, ''We have cleansed the cities," and when he appeared at the United Nations, the delegates from around the world warmly applauded. (17)And why not applaud? They were merely welcoming one of their own. Butchers, terrorists, and dictators have always received favored treatment at the UN: Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Gorbachev, Fidel Castro, Idi Amin, Yasser Arafat, Colonel Qaddafi, Teng Hsiao-ping, Jiang Zemin, Hafez al-Assad, Nelson Mandela, Sam Nujoma, and dozens of other murderous thugs all have received rapturous greetings, as well as concrete political and economic support, at and from the United Nations. The hard facts are that many of the "honored" members of the United Nations are themselves practitioners of what Professor Rummel calls democide, the intentional murder, by government, of noncombatants - by the millions. Just the top 15 democide regimes, he notes, "have wiped out over 151 million people, almost four times the almost 38,500,000 battle dead from all this century's international and civil wars up to 1987." (18)
"Democide is committed by absolute Power; its agency is government," notes Rummel. (19) And limiting that agency's power for democide is a prime civic duty. This is a "fact of life" (and death) which we cannot afford to ignore. Here are two more from the professor: "A preeminent fact about government is that some of them murder millions in cold blood. This is where absolute Power reigns. A second fact is that some, usually the same that murder millions, also murder tens of thousands more through foreign aggression." (20)
Appeals to "empower" the United Nations are worse than foolish; they are evil and must be opposed by all honorable people. History more than amply vindicates Lord Acton's axiom that "power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely." (21) This has proven true even when rulers have started out as relatively virtuous; even more so when already-corrupt men grasp hold of absolute power.
A Grim Reality
As this study will demonstrate, the primary movers in the ongoing drive to "transform" the United Nations, and to transfer the powers of sovereign governments to this global monstrosity, are not misguided, well-intentioned utopians. We will not dissuade them with facts, arguments, and debates pointing out the errors and dangers inherent in their tyrannical proposals. They are not interested in facts, arguments, and debates - except as it serves as a coyer for their totalitarian agenda. We are dealing with a self-perpetuating conspiracy of immensely wealthy, utterly wicked, power-mad megalomaniacs who want to rule the world. It is that simple.
During the course of the past century, this cabal of one-world Insiders has gradually gained control of the levers of power in the federal government, the Democrat and Republican Parties, and many major corporations, universities, think tanks, and taxexempt foundations. Operating through respectable-appearing front groups - principally the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission (TC), the Bilderberg Group (BG), and the Committee for Economic Development (CED) these one-worlders have hijacked our country. While systematically destroying our constitutional republic and gradually converting it into a socialist dictatorship, they also have been busily fomenting wars and revolutions, toppling free governments that were friendly to America, and repeatedly aiding ruthless Communist dictators and Third World thugs who are America's enemies. The blood of millions of victims is on their hands.
Now they are pressing forward with ever-increasing audacity, demanding the power to refashion the world according to their Procrustean logic. If we do not stop their megalomaniacal scheme, they will, in the words of the French Revolutionist Carrier, turn the world "into a cemetery rather than fail in her regeneration."
Yes, these are very serious charges, but they reflect a very grim reality. They are, unfortunately, more than sustained by mountains of evidence. We have attempted here to clear away some of the haze that has long hidden these mountains, so that you, the reader, may make some very serious decisions based upon historical facts, perspective, and truth that previously have been denied to you. History is a very bloody and unforgiving crucible that we ignore at our own great peril. However, history need not fatalistically repeat itself. Informed, courageous, responsible individuals can and do change the course of history. We pray that you, dear reader, and many others like you, will rise to the challenge in this hour of deadly peril.
1. Alfred Lord Tennyson, "Locksley Hall," Poems, Boston: W.D. Ticknor, 1842.
2. Thomas Molnar, Utopia: The Perennial Heresy (New York: Sheed and Ward, 1967), p. 215.
3. Attributed to George Washington by G. Edward Griffin, The Fearful Master (Appleton, WI: Western Islands, 1964), p.196.
4. Robert Muller, New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1984), pp. 27-28.
5. Ibid., pp. 28-29.
6. Ibid., pp. 29-30.
7. Ibid., p. 30.
8. Daniel Sitarz (ed.), Agenda 21: The Earth Summit Strategy to Save Our Planet (Boulder, CO: EarthPress, 1993), p. 6.
9. Robert Muller, My Testament to the UN (World Happiness and Cooperation, U.S.A., 1994), p. 172.
10. Muller, New Genesis, p. 30.
11. Thomas Molnar, Utopia: The Perennial Heresy (New York: Sheed and Ward, 1967), p. 227.
12. Ibid., p. 227.
13. Muller, New Genesis, p. 35.
14. Jean-Baptiste Carrier, quoted by Nesta H. Webster, in The French Revolution: A Study in Democracy, Second Edition (Hawthorne, Cal.: Christian Book Club of America, 1969), p. 427. Note: Author used different translation for text.
15. R.J. Rummel, Death by Government, (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1994), p.5.
16. Ibid., p. 5.
17. John Barron and Anthony Paul, Murder of a Gentle Land, (New York: Reader's Digest Press, Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1977), p. 209.
18. R.J. Rummel, Death by Government, (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1994), p. 3.
19. Ibid., p. 25.
20. Ibid., p. 27.
21. John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton (Lord Acton) (1834-1902), quoted in John Bartlett, Familiar Quotations (16th ed.) (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1992), p. 521.