The Jesuit New World Order

Thursday, 7 June 2012

The Power Of The British
Commonwealth Over The World

By Joan Veon
Executive Director
The Women's International Media Group, Inc
2-8-5
 
Introduction
 
The following report on "The Power of the British Commonwealth Over the World" began when I was at the WTO meeting in Cancun in September 2003. There, several African countries held a press briefing in which they said that they would starve if America and other rich countries did not open their cotton and agricultural markets to them. I asked several questions about their vast natural resources (gold and strategic minerals) and if they had any monies left over after their World Bank loans were paid. They refused to answer. Afterward I spoke to each one and asked the following questions and received the same response. Since they were Commonwealth members, I asked if they could go to Britain for help. They could not. So I then asked why they don't withdraw from the Commonwealth if there is no help. With great alarm, they told me they could not withdraw from this voluntary association. When I returned home, I called the British Information Office to see if they could tell me if the countries which Britain de-colonized in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s received a vote at the UN at the time of separation. The lady told me she would have to research my very good question. She called the next day to tell me that every time a country was granted independence from Britain, they were given a vote at the UN. Bingo!
 
I have always questioned how Britain would regain control of America when they were defeated by Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans in 1812. Are we so naive to think that they would not try some other way to "capture the world"? In the past ten years, as I have covered the UN, I have been amazed at the number of suggestions and key reports that come from the British which influence UN policy. So, just how much power does Britain have in the world today?
 
The first book that I wrote is 'Prince Charles the Sustainable Prince' which has to do with the role of the British Royal Family as the power behind the United Nations. This book asserts that the British ARE the power behind the United Nations. This opinion has not changed since I wrote Prince Charles. The prince is a key, behind-the-scenes mover and shaker and is responsible for the radical environmental agenda that perverts Genesis 1, 2, and 3 and puts the earth above man and not man above the earth as God intended. When I wrote Prince Charles, I was not aware of the information you are now going to read.
 
A Brief History of Britain
 
The following is taken from the Internet site, "britania," and is from 'England, A Narrative History' by Peter N. Williams. What I have tried to do is to show the aggressiveness of this little island nation and its role in the world today. Some of the sub-titles are my interpretation of the material reprinted.
 
Early History
 
The Celtic culture in Early Britain developed about 1000 BC and came from Gaul, driven from their homelands by the Romans who invaded in 55BC under Julius Caesar. In 43 AD an expedition was ordered against Britain by Emperor Claudius who sent an army of 40,000 men. The Romans established their bases in what is known as Kent and subdued much of Britain in less than 40 years. They remained for nearly 400 years. After the Romans left, England entered a dark period. By 314 an organized Christian Church seems to have been established in most of Britain. By 410 Britain had become self-governing in three parts. In 597 St. Augustine was sent to convert the pagan English by Pope Gregory. Ethelbert had married Bertha, daughter of the Merovingian King and was practicing Christianity. The first Anglo-Saxon kingdom in Britain was an Anglo-Celtic kingdom. In 726, Aethelbold called himself "King of Britain" while his son Offa called himself "king of all the English." For several hundred years, various kings in various part of Britain tried to gain control. In 896, Alfred occupied London. He was born in 849 and became King of Wessex in 871. Due to his battles with the Danes, he succeeded in becoming the first king of England. Throughout the 8th century, the Danes, Norwegians, Scandinavians, and British fought as to who would have power and control. The Normans invaded England in order to secure the throne for William of Normandy who was crowned King of England at Westminster on Christmas Day, 1066. With him, came feudalism and a new aristocracy. By 1086, other than small-estate holders, there were in the whole of the land only two Englishmen holding estates of any dimension. William insisted that landowners who had land from the king produce a set quota of mounted knights which produced a new ruling class in England. In this system, those at the bottom suffered most, losing all their rights as free men and coming to be regarded as mere property, assets belonging to the manor.
 
Feudalistic Sustainable Development
 
Further restrictions and hardship came from William's New Forest laws and his vast extension of new royal forests in which all hunting rights belonged to the king. The peasantry was deprived of a valuable food source in times of bad harvests. In 1080, the "Domesday Book" was begun and was an attempt to provide the king with every penny to which he was legally entitled. It worked only too well, reckoning the wealth of England, "Down to the last pig." William sent his men into every village and had them find out how many hides there were, what land and cattle the king should have in the country, and what dues he ought to have in twelve months from the town or village [JV: Does this sound like sustainable development and the UN Biological Diversity Treaty?].
 
>From the rule of the Plantagenet's to Richard the Lionhearted and the Crusades to King John who was forced to sign the "Great Magna Carta" in Runnymede on June 15, 1215, to Edward I, Longshanks to Henry VIII and to Queen Elizabeth I, the British kings and queens were concerned with holding on to the power of the monarchy.
 
As a result of the defeat of the Spanish Armada by Elizabeth I and her long reign, England saw remarkable economic growth and a time of calm from her chaotic past. Industry and trade prospered under the guidance of men like Secretary Cecil, later Lord Burghley. [JV: It should be noted that Lord Burghley perfected torture techniques and the secret police.] During her reign, many of the Dutch bankers and capitalists from Antwerp flocked to London to find a new and more secure international money and credit market. That year Thomas Gresham opened the Royal Exchange in London to make it the financial capital of the world. Cecil encouraged the fishing industry, the source of England's navy and backbone of its sea power. English sailors began their mastery of the world's oceans. Though little more than pirates, these seamen laid the foundations of their nation's naval superiority which was to last for centuries. John Cabot discovered Newfoundland in 1497, Martin Frobisher established trade with Moscow in 1555 to trade with Russia. Sir Francis Drake searched the world for treasures.
 
Key British Economic and Trade Concepts In 1694, the Bank of England was formed by a private stock company which raised their own funds and issued their own money to be lent to the government "in perpetuity." This started the concept of "central banking." Then a group of merchants and sea captains at Lloyd's Coffee House in 1688 formed marine insurance which would underwrite enormous expenditures in overseas ventures and shipping. On May 26, 1698, Parliament came up with the idea of granting monopolies in trade by an act of Parliament. This act created the East India Company. This company, with the newly formed Bank of England showed only too well the growing power of the British traders and financiers over the state government (emphasis added). [JV: This is very key for they still rule the world today.]
 
As a result of the East India Trading Company, the trading classes were able to control parliament. It became one of the ever-increasing problems for the country's government: the interference of trade with legislation and administration was to become an inevitable part of the future.
 
In 1496, John and Sebastian Cabot discovered Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. England's own era of exploration, initiated by the Cabots, was expanded by the journeys of Hugh Willoughby to seek a Northeast Passage to China and the spice trade. He reached Moscow by way of the White Sea and Archangel in 1553. As a result, the Muscovy Company was founded by Richard Chancellor to trade with Russia in 1555. Then John Hawkins, who began his career high-jacking Portuguese and Spanish ships in 1562, led to England's entering the Slave Trade. David Ingram explored from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada and reported finding vines with grapes as large as a man's thumb. English mariner Francis Drake undertook his daring voyage of 1572 to capture the Spanish treasure fleet returning from Peru, a feat surpassed by his even greater haul one year later.
 
In 1580, Drake arrived back in Plymouth having circumnavigated the globe in the Pelican, renamed the Golden Hind after the gallant ship had passed through the Straits of Magellan. Drake was knighted by the Queen after capturing the richest prize ever taken at sea. In 1584, Sir Walter Raleigh established a colony in Roanoke, Virginia. One year later, Chesapeake Bay was discovered by Ralph Lane and Davis Strait by John Davis.
 
In 1585, the first oriental spice to be grown in the New World, Jamaican ginger, arrived in Europe. In 1586, Sir Richard Cavendish became the third man to circumnavigate the globe when the ship the Desire reached England after a voyage of over two years. When the Portuguese closed its spice market in Lisbon to Dutch and English traders, the Dutch East India Company was created to obtain spices directly from the Orient. In 1600, the Honorable East India Company was chartered to make annual voyages to the Indies and to challenge Dutch control of the spice trade.
 
After James I made peace with Spain in 1604, he re-directed England's efforts at colonizing North America and the Plymouth and London companies sent ships and colonists. Jamestown, Virginia was founded in 1607. That same year, Henry Hudson sought a route to China and sailed around the Eastern Short of Greenland. In 1610, Hudson's ship Discovery reached the strait later to be known as Hudson Bay, Canada. In 1620, the Mayflower arrived off Cape Cod with 100 Pilgrims. In 1628, John Endicott arrived as the first Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1632, Maryland received its charger by a grant from King Charles to Cecil Calvert. In 1655, Admiral Penn captured Jamaica from the Spanish. In 1654, New Amsterdam was renamed New York after its capture from the Dutch. A year later, the New Jersey Colony was founded by English colonists. The 1674 Treaty of Westminster returned New York and Delaware to England. In 1681, Pennsylvania had its beginning in the land grant given to William Penn. In 1698, William Dampier sailed on his Pacific expedition to explore the West Coast of Australia.
 
In 1648, South Africa came to attention of Europeans when a Dutch ship broke up and the survivors urged authorities to establish a settlement for provisioning their East India fleets. In 1652, a small group of Dutch settlers founded Cape Town. In 1815, Britain gained its long-desired "half-way house" on the sea route to India when the Dutch ceded the Cape of Good Hope. The British arrived in 1820. When diamonds were discovered in the Orange Free State, the Boer War began. Then gold was discovered in the Transvaal in 1886. Cecil Rhodes who founded the De Beers Mining Corporation in 1880 was determined that the riches being discovered in South Africa were not going to the Boer farmers. Rhodes dreamed of extending British rule in Africa. Using his great wealth, amassed in the diamond and gold fields, Rhodes with other imperialists established British colonies to the north of the Boer territories. Both Northern and Southern Rhodesia were granted charters by London. Eventually the Boer republics were annexed to the British crown in 1900.
 
The South Sea company founded in 1711 had acquired a monopoly in the lucrative Spanish slave trade and other trading ventures in South America.
 
At the Treaty of Paris in 1763, Britain gained Canada, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, the right to navigate the Mississippi, the West Indian Islands of Grenada, St. Vincent, Dominica and Tobago in the West Indies; Florida (from Spain); Senegal in Africa and the preservation in India of the East India Company's monopoly, and in Europe, Minorca.
 
In India, Robert Clive defeated pro-French forces at Arcot in 1751 thus helping his East India Company monopolize appoints, finances, land and power. The British victory led to the withdrawal of the French East India Company. Then Clive defeated the local Nabob at Plassey to become virtual ruler of Bengal and opened up much of the country to further exploitation and control by the East India Company. India was regarded as the "jewel in the crown" of the British Empire; over two thirds of the vast sub-continent was ruled by the East India Company. Its finances and its troops were used to protect British interests, even overthrowing native Indian princes.
 
In 1769, Captain Cook discovered a country that consisted of two main islands, it was called New Zealand. In 1770, he explored the eastern coast of what was then called "New Holland." He took possession of the island continent in the name of George III. Britain had found a new empire, Australia to resettle criminals and to accommodate early settlers to help with the overpopulation in Britain which the agricultural and industrial revolutions had contributed to. In 1822, an article by James Mill on "colonization" in the "Encyclopedia Britannica" offered emigration as a remedy for over-population.
 
Between 1768 and 1781, Captain Cook made three exploratory voyages to the West Coast of Canada. Because the Chinese were interested in receiving fur in exchange for the tea, silks and porcelain which was in demand in Europe, the British went further west. In 1788, a group of English traders settled on Vancouver Island. Spain still claimed the whole West Coast of America up to Alaska but after a confrontation at Vancouver between the two countries, England presented an ultimatum to the Spanish whose lack of allies and an effective navy forced them to accept its terms. The Spanish recognition of British trading and fishing rights in the area opened the way for the establishment of British Columbia and the creation of a British North America. In 1867, the British North America Act united Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in the Dominion of Canada.
 
When Admiral Nelson defeated a combined French and Spanish fleet near Gibraltar in 1805, the long struggle between Britain and France for world supremacy ended. English soldiers were involved in a war with China over British export of opium from India in exchange for silks and tea. When China forbade the opium trade and fired on a British warship, they were bombarded by a Royal Navy squadron. The Opium War ended with the Treaty of Nanking in 1842 that opened up five "Treaty Ports" for trade and gave Hong Kong to Britain.
 
Britain's rise to a world power meant that she found interest everywhere. Not only was she now head of the self-governing colonies such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, but also the vast Empire of India and a veritable host of dependent territories all over the world's oceans. Most of these had been acquired somehow to protect the merchants and traders of England. On the following page, you will find a chart of British interference and domination in the affairs of the world.
 
Observations of Commonwealth Countries While I could make numerous observations about the various countries that comprise the Commonwealth countries, I would like to offer the following:
 
1. There is an interesting mix between extremely wealthy countries such as Australia, Canada, Brunei, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and UAE versus the Highly Indebted Poor Countries-HIPC such as Bangladesh, Mozambique, Uganda and the Sudan.
 
Many of the HIPC have vast mineral resources which are used to pay for World Bank loans instead of building infrastructure. Please refer to Prince Charles the Sustainable Prince. For example:
 
Ghana - Rich in gold, bauxite, manganese, diamonds
 
Guyana - Rich in bauxite, manganese, gold, diamonds Mauritania - Iron and copper ore Senegal - Petroleum refining Sierra Leone - Diamonds, chrome, bauxite and iron ore Uganda - Copper and cobalt Tanzania - Rich in gold, diamonds and coal Zambia - Rich in copper.
 
2. By the number of countries that the British invaded, ruled and plundered, you can see that "the sun never sets on the British Empire."
 
3. Israel was a British Mandate and then was made a country by vote at the United Nations.
 
4. The financial and economic power of some of the Commonwealth Countries and those invaded by the British is as follows:
 
Australia - rich in coal, gold, meat, wool, machinery, iron ore, bauxite, natural gas, uranium and petroleum. Brunei - Rich in oil and gas with 79 million barrels of oil exported in 2001. It also has forests, fish, rubber and pepper. Kuwait - Has 10% of the world's oil reserves at 98 billion barrels. India - Has textiles, chemicals, steel, transportation equipment, cement and petroleum. Nigeria - The most populous country with proven oil reserves of 27 billion barrels and natural gas reserves of 4 trillion cubic feet along with coal, peanuts and palm oil. Malaysia - Rubber, palm oil and electronics. Oman -Has oil and natural gas with some copper, gold, manganese, and goal. Qatar - Has 5% of the world's oil reserves of 14.6B barrels and proven natural gas of 17.9% trillion cubic feet. Singapore - Electronics, chemicals, transportation equipment, one of the world's largest petroleum refining centers and an important ship-building center. South Africa - The world's largest producer of platinum, gold and chromium. UAE - Has 10% of the world's oil reserves estimated at 98.1 billion barrels and natural gas at 5.8 trillion cubic feet as well as largest producer of dates and fresh fruits, has a national shipping fleet of more than 4,000 vessels, produces aluminum, chemicals, paper and pharmaceuticals. Zimbabwe - Coal, gold, copper, nickel, tin, clay, steel, wood, cement and chemicals.
 
While we are at it, let us make mention that most of the off-shore trading and banking is conducted in the Cayman Islands which is part of the UK. They have 40,000 companies as of 1998 with 600 banks and trusts. AT that time, banking exceeded $500B.
 
Definition of Commonwealth
 
The English word, "Commonwealth", dates from the 15th century and indicates one of the following: a nation, state or political unit, a state founded on law by agreement of the people for the common good, a republic, and/or a federated union of constituent states. The Commonwealth of England was the official title of the political unit that replaced the kingdoms of Scotland and England under the rule of Oliver Cromwell.
 
The states of Kentucky, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia are all "commonwealths" which emphasizes they have "government based on the common consent of the people" (Source: Wikipedia.Org.)
 
The Commonwealth
 
According to an Internet encyclopedia, Wikipedia.org, "The Commonwealth of Nations is a voluntary association of independent sovereign states, mostly formed by the United Kingdom and its former colonies." Countries that "acknowledge the British monarch as head of state are known as Commonwealth Realms" while all members recognize Queen Elizabeth II as Head of the Commonwealth.
 
The Commonwealth is the successor of the British Empire and has its origins in the Imperial Conferences of the 1920s. The Commonwealth was established as an association of free and equal states, and membership was based on common allegiance to the British Crown.
 
 
The old British Empire, we are told, was dismantled after World War II beginning with India and the activities of Mohandas Gandhi. A number of the countries that have been de-colonized are republics. Because several left the Commonwealth, they established the London Declaration which provided for members to accept the British monarch as Head of the Commonwealth regardless of their domestic constitutional arrangements, and are now considered by many to be the start of the modern Commonwealth.
 
The population of the Commonwealth is about 1.8 billion people which comprise about 30% of the world's population. India is the most populous member with a billion people while Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nigeria have more than 100 million people. The land of Commonwealth nations equals about 1/4 of the world's land area. Membership is open to countries that accept the association's basic aims.
 
In recent years, the Commonwealth has suspended Fiji (2000-2001), Pakistan from 1999-2004, Nigeria from 1995 - 1999, Zimbabwe was suspended in 2002 and left the Commonwealth in 2003.
 
Organization and Objectives
 
Queen Elizabeth II is the nominal Head of the Commonwealth. Since 1965 there has been a London-based Secretariat. The current Commonwealth Secretary-General is the former New Zealand Foreign Minister Don McKinnon.
 
The objectives of the Commonwealth were set down in The Harare Declaration of 1991. While it is not a long declaration, part of it is reprinted only to show that there really is no real reason for the UK to have the Commonwealth except to control the UN through the Commonwealth. Its goals are exactly those of the UN. The Declaration states in part,
 
The Heads of Government of the countries of the Commonwealth reaffirm their confidence In the Commonwealth as a voluntary association of sovereign independent states, each Responsible for its own policies, consulting and co-operating in the interests of their peoples and in the promotion of international understanding and world peace.
 
The Commonwealth way is to seek consensus through consultation and the sharing of experience. It is uniquely placed to serve as a model and as a catalyst for new forms of friendship and co-operation to all in the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations.
 
We believe that international peace and order, global economic development and the rule of International law are essential to the security and prosperity of mankind.
 
Internationally, the world is no longer locked in the iron grip of the Cold War. Totalitarianism Is giving way to democracy and justice in many parts of the world.
 
Many Commonwealth countries are poor and face acute problems, including excessive population growth, crushing poverty, debt burdens and environmental degradation.
 
Only sound and sustainable development can offer these millions the prospect of betterment. Achieving this will require a flow of public and private resources from the developed to the developing world, and domestic and international regimes conducive to the realization of these goals: environmental degradation, migration and refugees, communicable diseases and drug production and trafficking.
 
Having reaffirmed the principles to which the Commonwealth is committed, we pledge the Commonwealth and our countries to work with renewed vigor, concentrating especially In the following areas: the protection and promotion of the fundamental political values of the Commonwealth.
 
How Voluntary is the Commonwealth?
 
You would think that if a country was de-colonized that Britain would have a "hands-off" policy. That is not the case. Every Commonwealth country that acknowledges the queen as head of state has a representative of the queen who is called a "Governor-General." The Governor-General retains all the reserve powers that the Queen exercises in the UK which includes opening and closing parliament and abolishing parliament. Furthermore, the Governor-General appoints the prime minister and cabinet from the part with the most support from the House of Commons. In Canada, for example, the ten provinces all have a representative of the Queen! When Parliament is opened, both the prime minister and the Governor-General give a speech. The Governor-General delivers "The Speech from the Throne."
 
Commonwealth Votes at the UN
 
When the UN was formed in 1945, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom had three votes. As the UK de-colonized countries, they were made voting members of the United Nations. Then between 1946-1959 when the United Kingdom de-colonized a number of countries, their votes increased by four: Ghana, Malaysia, Pakistan and Sir Lanka. During 1960-1969, twenty more countries were de-colonized: Barbados, Botswana, Cameroon, Cyprus, Gambia, Guyana, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Swaziland, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda and Zambia. During 1970-79, ten more countries de-colonized: Bahamas, Bangladesh, Dominica, Fiji, Grenada, Mozambique, Papau New Guinea, Samoa, and Solomon Islands. During 1980-89, seven more countries de-colonized: Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Brunei Darussalam, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vanuatu, and Zimbabwe. The last country to de-colonize was Namibia.
 
In addition, associated states, external territories and dependencies include: Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Channel Islands, Falkland Islands, Isle of Man, Montserrat, Pitcairn Islands, St. Helena, and Turks and Caicos Islands. Those that come as a result of being part of Australia or New Zealand include: Christmas Island, Cocos Island, Cook Islands, Niue, Norfolk Island, and Tokelau.
 
Canada and the Free Trade Areas of the Americas Our neighbor to the north and our largest trading partner, Canada, is the largest member of the Commonwealth in this hemisphere. Canada is America's largest trading partnerósurpassing our trade with Japan. On a daily basis the volume is over $1B or about $400B a year. Twenty-three percent of American exports are sent to Canada and more than 80% of Canada's exports come to us. Canada is the largest export market for 39 of the 50 states. We import 80% of Canada's wood, paper and pulp and 17% of their oil and 18% of their natural gas. Furthermore, we not only share energy grids all across the northern borders but New England obtains most of their power from Quebec.
 
>From a military standpoint, over the past 46 years, America has been inextricably linked to Canada through our joint military efforts through the North American Aerospace Defense Command-NORAD. On September 11, it was a Canadian general who was holding the chair at NORAD that gave the order to initiate our defenses. As a result of September 11, more than 200 commercial planes were diverted to airports across our country from coast to coast. Since then both countries have implemented measures to strengthen military cooperation as well as law enforcement and intelligence agencies. In December 2002, they established the Bi-national Planning Group to develop joint plans for maritime and land defense, and for military support to civil authorities in times of emergency. In Canada, President Bush expressed hope that our two countries would move forward on a ballistic missile defense system.
 
In November, 2004 President Bush told Canada's Prime Minister Paul Martin at a meeting on "Common Security, Common Prosperity, A new Partnership in North America, "It's good to be home." He went on to declare, "Both the U.S. and Canada participate together in more multinational institutions than perhaps any two nations on earthófrom NATO to the OAS to APEC in the Pacific." He went several steps forward when he pledged,
 
My country is determined to work as far as possible within the framework of international organizations and we're hoping that other nations will work with us to make those institutions more relevant and more effective in meeting the unique threats of our time.
 
With all this "interconnectedness," I would like to seriously question our involvement with, not only Canada, but the Free Trade Areas of the Americas-FTAA which is a trading zone for all the countries in our hemisphere. Begun in 1994, the various cabinet level secretaries of the 34 countries have been meeting throughout the year since then to integrate our laws. In a the Western Hemisphere, Canada, Antigua, the Bahamas, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago are members of the British Commonwealth. We are outvoted by 13 votes to our one vote in our own hemisphere! Let's take a look at the voting power of the Commonwealth in the world today.
 
THE VOTING POWER OF THE COMMONWEALTH IN THE WORLD TODAY
 
Starting with the founding of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in 1944, an economic international infrastructure was established which was followed by a political international infrastructure above the nation-states. Over the last 61 years, this infrastructure has been developed to include trade, law, the military and now intelligence as a result of the September 11 terrorist attacks on America. Interestingly enough, the Commonwealth of Nations operates in each of these organizations. Not once has an American President said, "Chose either the UN or the Commonwealth." On the following page, you will see the power of the Commonwealth. We are outvoted with our one vote at every turn.
 
Let me just make mention that on a regional basis, the U.S. and the world are also outvoted: Free Trade Areas of the Americas by 13 votes, two votes in the European Union, and seven votes at the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation!
 
Furthermore, whenever a committee is formed at the UN, they rotate "presidency". For example, if there are 4 Commonwealth countries that are part of a committee of 15, that means Britain is president 25% of the time. This is occurring throughout ALL of the hundreds of committees, agencies, organizations, etc. throughout the WHOLE of the UN system.
 
IN CONCLUSION
 
In conclusion, I believe the purpose behind the construction of the international level is to transfer complete and absolute power to Britain.
 
I can now see why Prince Charles was working behind the scenes. For him to be center-stage along with the power of the Commonwealth would look like they are in the process of using Francis Drake's pirating methods to grab the world! You can now see how The British have the majority of votes in the global organizations of the world through the Commonwealth and not one major power has questioned the ability of the Commonwealth to operate in tandem with the other global organizations!
 
And while we are on the subject of being outvoted, let us turn to the EU for a moment. When it came together the whole purpose was to create a "United States of Europe." Now that the travel and trade barriers are down between the European states which now total 25, and they have adopted a common currency which is giving the dollar a run for her money, and they have a common parliament in Strasbourg, how come, they still have 25 votes at the UN instead of ONE? America has 50 states and we only get ONE vote! There, the Commonwealth has two votes: Malta and the UK. Globally Queen Elizabeth II has out-maneuvered more than what her namesake did when she defeated the Spanish Armada!
 
 
"Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves and the rulers take counsel together against the Lord and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder and cast away their cords from us. He that sits in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision. Then shall he speak to them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure. Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion. I will declare: Thou art my Son; this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me and I shall give thee the heathen for your inheritance and the uttermost parts of the earth for your possession." Psalms 2




 
PRINCE CHARLES ~ THE SUSTAINABLE PRINCE
THE WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL MEDIA GROUP, INC. by Joan Veon

 

There are many who believe we are in “the last days,” an opinion based on the regathering of the nation of Israel in 1948. As such, there has been great speculation as to who might be part of the end-time cast of players. The following is written to bring to your awareness a man who has been a major “mover and shaker” behind the world scenes and who is now becoming more public as a result of his global projects. Because of his seemingly passive understanding of life, he has been passed off as being “daft” or incapable of anything of great importance. His title and lineage alone are reasons to keep your eyes on him. However, his whole being, his logos—what he is, what he does, what he believes, and what he says - beg a deeper look at Prince Charles, heir to the oldest and most powerful throne in the world.
The incredible fascination I had with British royalty and specifically, Prince Charles, began when I applied for my first library card at twelve years of age. Not knowing where to begin reading, I asked the librarian to help me. That kind lady instructed me to follow as she went to a corner of the huge room. Pulling a book off a shelf the librarian said, “You can begin with this one and when you are finished, you can read the rest of the books on this shelf and then those on the shelf beneath it.” While I do not remember the exact name, it was on the early life of Queen Elizabeth 1, “Good Queen Bess.” I did exactly what the librarian suggested and read the rest of the books on that shelf about Queen Elizabeth 1. The other shelf contained books on Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II and a number of other British royal family members.
Over thirty years later, I attended my first United Nations conference in Cairo, Egypt. Although I have written an economic newsletter for a number of years, I was not familiar with the United Nations - UN, the World Bank - WB, the International Monetary Fund - IMF, or any other global agency.
While researching and writing my newsletter in 1992, I became convinced that the fall of the dollar against the German deutsche mark and Japanese yen was part of a concerted move towards a “world currency.” However, a world or global currency would not be necessary unless there were world government ... but who? It was not until I went to Cairo that I understood through my conference experience that the United Nations is world government. This conclusion was very obvious throughout the conference proceedings, as was the blatant orchestration by the UN and the U.S. State Department to achieve some type of consensus for the radical global agenda being pushed on the people of the world.
The Cairo “experience” led to more conferences and a great deal of reading of UN documents. While it was very obvious the UN has tremendous power, after a while it became even more obvious that there must be a power behind the UN. The question was “Who?”
At the June, 1995 United Nations Fiftieth anniversary celebrations in San Francisco, I thought it very odd that Britain’s Princess Margaret was there. While the princess was at a number of functions, I photographed her at the interfaith service in Grace Cathedral and the charter ceremony, which featured all of the ambassadors to the United Nations as well as President Clinton. No reason was given for her attendance which was not reported in any of the major newspapers other than the San Francisco Examiner. Also, according to the list of royal engagements as found in Majesty, a British magazine that tracks the royal family, her calendar stopped a week before she went to California. Royalty Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 1, then published a picture of Westminster Hall with the byline: “[T]he Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles, joined international delegates at Westminster Hall to mark the 50th anniversary of the United Nations.” This coincided with the fiftieth anniversary of the charter ceremony in San Francisco. Both were held on June 26! In a speech given in London at Westminster Hall, now former Prime Minister John Major spoke of the early beginnings of the United Nations. He said, “At a meeting in London, they developed the idea of `willing co-operation between free peoples in a world relieved of the menace of aggression.’ A blueprint called `The United Nations Plan for Organised Peace’ was drawn up by a [British] foreign Office team.’ (1) He also pointed out that Prince Charles’s grandfather, King George VI, was the first head of state to visit the General Assembly. It appears all roads point to England.
The Rhodes Factor.
It was Cecil Rhodes, “the Founder—of the international diamond industry, of Rhodesia ... the Premier—of the Cape; the Lawgiver—of the Glen Gray act of Rhodesia; the World Statesman—confidant of Queen Victoria and Kaiser Wilhelm,” (2) who endowed and set up the Rhodes Scholarship in his seventh will for the purpose of uniting the United States with Great Britain. Rhodes felt there were “too few Britons” as “too little of the globe was British territory ... `If we had retained America there would ... be millions more of English living.’ Since `we are the finest race in the world and the more of the world we inhabit the better it is for the human race. Wars would end, too’” (3) It was the seventh of his seven wills that set up the Rhodes Scholarship program, while the former wills provided parameters for the trustees who were to bring the world back under British rule. Rhodes called his creed a “Confession of Faith” and it would be carried out through a secret society.
Dr. Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown and the man who chose him for the Rhodes Scholarship, wrote in his book, The Anglo-American Establishment, that the secret society that would be formed by his (Rhodes) will, “was to devote itself to the preservation and expansion of the British Empire [which] has been known at various times as Milner’s Kindergarten, as the Round Table Group, as the Rhodes crowd, as The Times crowd, as the All Souls group, and as the Cliveden set.” (4)
In looking to determine how to bring the world under British rule, this secret society, according to Quigley, “caused the Boer War of 1899-1902; it set up and controls the Rhodes Trust; it created the Union of South Africa in 1906-1910 ... it has been the most powerful single influence in All Souls, Balliol, and New Colleges at Oxford for more than a generation; it has controlled The Times for more than fifty years with the exception of the three years 1919-1922; it publicized the idea of and the name `British Commonwealth of Nations’ in the period 1908-1918; it was the chief influence in Lloyd George’s war administration in 1917-1919 and dominated the British delegation to the Peace Conference of 1919; it had a great deal to do with the formation and management of the League of Nations and of the system of mandates; it founded the Royal Institute of International Affairs in 1919 and still controls it; it was one of the chief influences on British policy toward Ireland, Palestine, and India in the period 1917-1945; it was a very important influence on the policy of appeasement of Germany during the years 1920-1940; and it controlled and still controls, to a very considerable extent, the sources and the writing of the history of British Imperial and foreign policy since the Boer War.” (5)
It should be noted that the American counterpart to the Royal Institute of International Affairs - RIAA is the Council on Foreign Relations - CFR, which was founded by David Rockefeller and is still controlled by him. American benefactors to the RIIA included J.D. Rockefeller, Ford Motor Company and Carnegie trustees.
Of particular interest, with regard to the Milner Group, was how the world would be ruled once under the British Empire. According to Quigley, “They feared the British Empire might fall into the same difficulty and destroy British idealism and British liberties by the tyranny necessary to hold on to a reluctant Empire. And any effort to hold an empire by tyranny they regarded as doomed to failure...the Group feared that all culture and civilization would go down to destruction because of our inability to construct some kind of political unit larger than the national state, just as Greek Culture and civilization in the fourth century B.C. went down to destruction because of the Greeks’ inability to construct some kind of political unit larger than the city-state. This was the fear that had animated Rhodes, and it was the same fear that was driving the Milner Group to transform the British Empire into a Commonwealth of Nations and then place that system within a League of Nations.” (6)
Up until the fiftieth anniversary of the UN, I had not seen any “royalty” connection with the United Nations, the successor to the League of Nations. Although I had found a speech by Prince Charles commending the “Brundtland Commission” for their work in bringing the term “sustainable development” (discussed later in this article) into everyone’s vocabulary, (7) there appeared to be no direct connection until I attended the fifty first meeting of the IMF/World Bank in October, 1996, where I happened upon a booklet directly connecting the Prince of Wales to the United Nations and World Bank. From its contents, it appears he is a very major player on the global scene—more so than we realize. So then who is Prince Charles?
Prince Charles.
Interestingly enough, Prince Charles was born in 1948, the same year Israel was birthed. In 1969, his mother made him “Prince of Wales” in a ceremony at Caernarvon Castle in Wales. The Investiture of Charles marked the beginning of his royal duties as he became a Knight of the Garter. It is the members of the Order of the Garter that comprise the Queen’s “inner circle” of confidants. According to his biographer, Anthony Holden, “At the same moment [Prince Charles was being invested], across the world, three men were preparing to land on the moon.” (8) As the twenty-first Prince of Wales, the future Charles III has an abundance of titles which include, Earl of Chester, Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, Baron Renfrew, Lord of the Isles and Great Steward of Scotland, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, and Great Master and Principal Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
Prince Charles‘s Lineage.
Prince Charles is literally related to everyone of royal blood in the world, along with a few who are not, like Charles Darwin. According to the English genealogist Gerald Paget, who spent most of his 92 years tracing the lineage of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, “HRH’s [Prince Charles] breeding is the most important in the world ... he is heir to the world’s greatest position that is determined solely by heredity.” (9) In the introduction to Paget’s monumental work, The Lineage & Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles of Wales, Paget writes, “His Royal Highness is cousin or nephew, in varying degrees, of all the six wives of King Henry VIII. He has many descents from the royal houses of Scotland, France, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, Spain, Portugal, Russia and the Netherlands ... in addition to Charlemagne and William the Conqueror, he numbers amongst his ancestors such historic characters as King Alfred the Great, King Harold, who was slain at Hastings, Llewelyn the Great Prince of North Wales, Owain Glyndwr, Warwick the Kingmaker, Margaret, Countess of Salisbury (the last of the Plantagenets), the Protector Edward Seymour, the Duke of Somerset and his rival John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland ... Louis IX, King of France, the Emperor Rudolph of Hapsburg, Catherine I, Empress of Russia, Robert Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots...” (10) Paget notes, “Links through marriages or a common ancestor can be found to such diverse people as Genghis Khan and twelve Presidents of the United States of America (for the last see Burke’s Presidential Families of the United States of America).” (11)
Prince Charles biographer, Anthony Holden, goes further and explains that Prince Charles “descends over and over again from Charlemagne and Frederick Barbarossa and all the great dynasties, Hapsburg and Hohenstaufen, Guleph and Hohenzollern, Bavaria, and Saxony, Hesse and Baden ... in Italy, his forefathers include the Dukes of Savoy and the Emperor Frederick II ... and the medieval Kings of Sicily, as also the Orsini of Rome (Pope Nicholas III was his ancestral uncle)... in Spain, they include Ferdinand and Isabella ... and thus El Cid himself. The Prince’s Anglo-Saxon and Danish royal forefathers sprang from Dark Age kings who incarnated the storm-spirit Woden (after whom Wednesday is named), and among his pagan Celtic royal forefathers were King Niall of the Nine Hostages and the Dynamic Iron Age sacral kings of Tara, the great sanctuary of ancient Ireland. Through the Lusignan crusader kings of Cyprus, titular kings of Jerusalem, Prince Charles descends a millennium further back from king Tiridates the Great, the first Christian monarch of all (under whom Armenia was converted in AD 314, before even Rome itself), and thus from the divine Parthian Imperial House of Arsaces (247 BC), which reigned over Persia and Babylonia and was in its time the mightiest dynasty in the Ancient World.” (12)
The Rise of Prince Charles.
Charles is a complex man with many sides. He is a man of action, having served in the Royal Navy in a number of junior and senior command positions. He is a helicopter pilot and has over 900 hours flying a wide variety of jet fighter planes, including the Chimpmunk, Spitfire, Nimrod, Phantom, Jet Provost, and Harrier T4, to name a few. (13) He enjoys polo, and is an artist and a musician. In short, he is a Renaissance man, a man for all seasons.
Unlike his uncle, the Duke of Windsor, who never worked after he stepped down from the throne in 1936, Prince Charles oversees a number of trusts, is involved in organic farming and homeopathic medicine, has been critical of and active in the field of architecture, creating an Institute of Architecture in an effort to blend architecture with nature, has worked behind the scenes pushing the huge radical environmental agenda of the United Nations into the forefront of world politics, and is now one of the, if not the key, leading figures on the face of the globe creating “public-private” partnerships in developing countries. This entity, the public-private partnership, is the new form of governance (a polite term for government) worldwide. His nonprofit organization, The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum-PWBLF, is spearheading this governmental change along with major multinational corporations, most of which have more money than many third world countries. (Public-private partnerships are discussed in more detail later in this article.)
In a 1988 speech at a European Environment Conference, the Prince said, “There is a growing realisation that we are not separate from Nature, a subconscious feeling that we need to restore a feeling of harmony with Nature and a proper sense of respect and awe for the great mystery of the natural order of the Universe...We are beginning to realise that whatever we do to Nature—whether it is on the grandest scale or just in our own gardens—is ultimately something that we are doing to our own deepest selves.” (14) In order to understand what he is doing, we must discern the personal beliefs that guide him.
Religion and the Prince of Wales.
Not happy with the Christian faith, Charles began to search for the meaning of life in the late sixties, while at Cambridge. According to his biographer, “he began a tentative inquiry into the field of what its practitioners referred to as `psychical research’ or `parapsychology’ — and which its adversaries ridiculed as `dabbling in the occult.’” (15) Later on in the mid-seventies, South African born writer, explorer, and mystic (who was also a friend of the Queen Mother) Laurens van der Post became a spiritual counselor to Charles. It was van der Post who helped him explore the natural world as well as the inner world, where “the outer depends on the inner.”(16) He went on to study Buddhism and Hinduism, mixing the relationship of the individual to the environment in economic, social, and spiritual terms. The convictions that Charles began to form — “what he was soon to say about alternative medicine, architecture and the environment sprang from a spiritual feeling for the mystical in mankind.” (17)
Charles was greatly influenced by James Lovelock who formulated the Gaia hypothesis, a belief based on the Greek goddess, Gaia, the Earth Mother, and which today is known as the worship of the earth and the concept of holism which is based on the principles of harmony, balance and the interconnectedness of natural phenomena, combining them with a search for inner awareness. Another way to understand holism is that is adopts the evolutionary principle that man is equal to all other forms of nature (he does not have dominance over the earth as found in Genesis 1). In the seventies, the Prince started to involve himself with organic farming, architecture, and homeopathic medicine, all of which are the components of a “holistic” philosophy, by returning to nature, Mother Earth.
Interesting enough, it was in the early 1970s that the United Nations adopted the environment as its “mantra”. Think about the implications. All of us share the environment; it is a common denominator no matter where you live in the world. The only way to change the laws of every country and to take control is to make the environment the focal point. Today, it is the goal of the United Nations to pass laws on the global level that will then be ratified by all of the member states. These laws will impact all of society in every country, and eventually the world will be ruled by “environmental governance,” which is a result of public-private partnerships. Prince Charles, through his Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum, is setting up public-private partnerships in third world countries. We will see, as we progress, a new form of feudalism, this time led by a new balance between business, the private sector, and government. This corporate feudalism is one that fits the twenty-first century.
Known as the “green prince” or “Eco-King,” Charles, like most radical environmentalists, elevates the position of the environment to one of dominance over man, an inversion of Genesis 1. From his first speech on the environment given at the Countryside Conference in 1970, to his global push for sustainable development, the environment is key—key to changing society, how we live, where we live, and lastly, our value.
There are several books that influenced Charles and helped to form his philosophy. The 1972 Club of Rome report called Limits to Growth said, “If the present growth trends in world population, industrialization, pollution, food production and resource depletion continue unchanged, the limits to growth on this planet would be reached sometime within the next 100 years.” (18) Another influential book is Small is Beautiful by Fritz Schumacher, who wrote, “Human scale thinking must have a spiritual content...we have to put back what our dominant industrialist-materialistic-scientific world view leaves out. The omitted area is what we mean by spiritual.” (19) The concept of sustainable development basically embraces both.
Most people will not find Prince Charles or his environmental activities as headlines of the major newspapers. For example, as a means of pushing the radical United Nations environmental agenda to the forefront of the world’s attention, Prince Charles held a two-day international seminar in April, 1991 aboard the royal yacht Britannia moored off the coast of Brazil. His goal was to bring together key international figures in an “attempt to achieve a degree of harmony between the conflicting attitudes of Europe, the United States and the developing nations, led by Brazil over the United Nation’s environmental agenda. Among others, he invited [then] Senator Albert Gore, senior officials from the World Bank, chief executives from companies such as Shell and British Petroleum, the principal non-governmental organizations, European politicians, including the British ministers of Overseas Aid and the Environment.” (20) If Prince Charles is only a prince in title and heredity, supposedly without any power, why then is he hosting a pre-conference of great magnitude to set the tone for the United Nations Rio “Earth Summit,” which was held over a year later? Why did he not attend the conference with great fanfare, revealing his part?
It should be noted that Vice President Al Gore and Prince Charles have a common mentor, now-deceased oil industrialist Armand Hammer, who was god-father to Charles’ firstborn son, Prince William. It was Armand Hammer’s father, Julius, who was an active in the American Socialist Labor Party, naming his son after the symbol of the communist party, the arm and hammer. By 1919, Julius was involved in “establishing the left wing section of the Socialist Party of the United States [which] was an early beachhead in America, a revolutionary Leninist organization.” (21) This was only the beginning of the Hammer Family’s dealings with Lenin and other Communist leaders after him. Part of their fortune was made from selling grain and flour to the Communists in exchange for concessions of Russian products, including art from the Czar. In the United States, Hammer’s company was the first of one hundred U.S. companies that would do business in Russia after the communist Revolution.
Hammer had direct access to many American presidents, senators, and congressmen to help further his cause and provide him with the contacts he needed to sell grain, fertilizers, and other American products to the Russians. Among the senators, however, Al Gore Senior was key, working endlessly to introduce Hammer to members of the Senate, a job which Vice President Gore assumed when his father retired from the Senate to run one of Occidental Petroleum’s coal companies, owned by Hammer.
It is noteworthy to point out that the top environmentalists in the United States and United Kingdom are Al Gore and Prince Charles. In 1966, Prince Charles became a patron to Intermediate Technology (IT), an international non-governmental organization that helps poor people lift themselves out of poverty through technology. In keeping with the ideas and concepts fostered by The President’s Commission on Sustainable Development, IT is being promoted here in America.
Lastly, it should be noted that the new prime minister of Britain, Anthony Blair, is a close friend of Prince Charles and supports his environmental positions. The prince, Blair, Clinton and Gore are a formidable group as we go into the 21st Century.
Sustainable Development In addition to the Gaia
philosophy—the world of earth over man—there is another component to the environmental agenda, called “sustainable development.” A key report, which coined the phrase “sustainable development” is from the 1987 World Commission on the Environment, dubbed “the Brundtland Committee,” after its co-chairman, Gro Harlem Brudtland, now former Prime Minister of Norway. The report gave birth to a new concept of life as found in sustainable development. I have researched the early beginnings of this philosophy and found the concept used once in the 1972 Programme of Action for the first United Nations environment conference held in Sweden and also in the 1977 Constitution of the USSR, Chapter 2, Article 18. The phrase is not used in UN documents until the 1992 Rio “Earth Summit,” the United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development - UNCED.
Since that time, sustainable development has permeated local, state and federal governmental levels in all countries, the policies of multinational corporations, education, and the environment, including zoning, planning etc. Sustainable development has been incorporated into the whole philosophy of the United Nations and their mega-conferences throughout the 1990s, the International Chamber of Commerce (which filters down to the local level), the World Bank and all of its lending practices, the International Monetary Fund, and many other global groups and organizations. Here in the United States, President Clinton, by Executive Order in 1993, established The President’s Commission on Sustainable Development, which has added this dimension to most federal levels of management, and as a result, is being adopted by all other levels of government, without the consent of Congress.
The theory of sustainable development can be likened to a prism. A prism is shaped like a long, slender pyramid in that it has three sides. As you turn it, the light catches the different sides of the prism, reflecting different colors. The three sides of the sustainable development prism are social, economic, and environmental thinking that mirrors Charles’ philosophy of the relationship of the individual to the environment in economic, social, and spiritual terms. Even though these issues appear to be separate in areas of influence, they have all been integrated as one through the public-private partnership concept. As a result of environmental ideology permeating all aspects of life, it takes on a spritual aspect that mirrors the Gaia philosophy, thus fulfilling the spirituality found in the Small is Beautiful concept. When the three become one through partnership (agreement), they form the philosophical approach that will change government and life as we have known it in America.
Sustainable development means that all of the world’s assets are finite and that we must preserve today’s resources for future generations. What this implies is that we must first know how much we have of every resource, which must be counted somehow, then monitored so that it can be determined who is adding to the earth’s resources. Volunteerism may just be one way for you and I to “put back” what we have consumed if we have not produced enough at work to cover what we consume. The World Bank and International Monetary Fund are studying ways in which the production of every person on the face of the earth can be measured. Interestingly enough, we are at the mercy of the United Nations and the environmentalists for all of the answers.
What this really involves is control of all of the earth’s assets so that no one uses them up or misuses them. It further involves a whole level of law—both national and international—so that these resources are protected, and for anyone who misuses them—according to the environmentalists interpretation—there are penalties and fines. In addition, the concept of personal property rights has to be changed so as to “protect the resources,” which means you no longer have the right to live where you want, a concept called “biodiversity”, and you no longer have the right to use your property the way you wish, because how it will be used will be dictated by those who are “monitoring” the world’s resources, and how you chose to use it has to conform to what is good for all mankind. In other words, personal property rights are given over “to the greater good of the whole,” which is collectivism, and which is embodied in socialism.
Retired journalist Walter Cronkite provided his view on the subject in a book endorsed by Prince Charles called Save the Earth, by his friend and advisor Jonathan Porritt. “There is one maxim and a corollary that must underlie all of our thinking about saving the Earth. The maxim is that no private interests—neither rights to property nor profit—can get in the way of the human right to clean air and clean water and an atmosphere that will permit continuation of life on Earth. The corollary is that the costs of saving the Earth must be shared by us all.” (22)
In 1993, the World Bank established a division for sustainable development. The World Bank has since added four other dimensions for monitoring the assets of the world through sustainable development. They are: (1) natural capital—the minerals of the earth, water, forests, anything natural; (2) manufactured capital—anything built, such as roads, buildings, homes, etc.; (3) human capital—every living person on the earth, particularly their age, health, experience, education, and ability to work; and (4) social capital—how people think, that is, politically correct thinking. The World Bank and IMF for the most part have and are in the process of developing how to measure each of these in every country, including the United States. All UN and UN related organizations and agencies espouse sustainable development. These concepts permeate UN documents, goals, seminars and pilot projects. They are coming to your house soon.
Charles the Environmentalist.
When Charles attended Trinity College in the late 1960s, he studied archaeology, anthropology, and history, all of which are key with regard to the environment and architecture. In 1981, he and a “somewhat maverick group of businessmen” (23) formed Business in Community, which today is The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum - PWBLF. Business in the Community came out of a 1980 Anglo-American Conference on Community Involvement in which British tycoons learned of America’s success in cleaning up its cities through public-private partnerships, in which the local community joined with businesses in order to afford the changes necessary to revitalize major cities. Public-private partnerships were first used in the 1940s and 1950s, when the city of Pittsburgh joined forces with Richard King Mellon and other businessmen to revitalize Pittsburgh. (24) Years later in March, 1988, Charles attended the “Remaking the Cities” Conference in Pittsburgh where he delivered the key-note address. Whether the residents of Pittsburgh or the conference participants knew it or not, they were discussing the same UN environmental concepts and agenda that were later unveiled at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992.
The purpose of the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum is “to promote the practice of good corporate citizenship and sustainable development internationally, as a natural part of successful business operations.” (25) In 1990, PWBLF members unveiled their world agenda in Charleston, South Carolina where they hosted their first conference called “Stakeholders: The Challenge in a Global Market.” Over 100 CEOs from major multinational organizations attended this two-day conference. American firms included Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, USA Today, Sara Lee Corporation, BellSouth, J.C. Penney, Schering-Plough Corporation, The Equitable Life, Johnson Publishing, KKR, Monsanto, Pillsbury, the New York Stock Exchange, Exxon, Caterpillar, Procter & Gamble and DuPont. (26).
At this conference, the CEOs felt that “practical experience of business involvement in the community is becoming increasingly important for the career development of business leaders of tomorrow. Education and training and care for the environment were considered the international priorities. (27) Some of their conclusions were: (1) CEOs have a critical lead role to play in setting company values and ensuring that local managers are briefed, encouraged, and prepared to listen to local community leaders. (2) Companies must strive to adopt total processes and products based on principles of “sustainable development” — ensuring that use of resources today does not harm the resource needs of future generations. (3) Business executives should assist community leaders in inner cities and isolated rural areas to regenerate their neighbourhoods by developing business skills. (28)
In other words, the new agenda for business is no longer just business, but governance in the community through public-private partnerships. This then calls for a complete change in how managers are trained and educated, corporate philosophy, and how monies are directed. The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum is an educational charity with close to 50 multinational corporations on its executive directorate. They include companies from the United States, Britain, Germany, Japan, and several other countries. The U.S. corporations who work very closely with the Prince include: 3M, American Express, TRW, Coca-Cola, SmithKline Beecham, ARCO, CIGNA, DHL Worldwide Express, Levi Strauss & Company, The Perot Group, and US WEST International. Additional partners are the American Chamber of Commerce, American Hotel and Motel Association, The Atlanta Project, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, The City of Charleston, The Ford Foundation, the Kellog Foundation, the New York City Housing Partnership, the Office of Ronald Reagan (who along with George Bush, was knighted by the Queen), the Soros Foundation, Texaco, Tufts University, Turner Broadcasting, USAID, and Warnaco. Guests and experts to Charleston included: United Way of America, King Constantine, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (USC), Elizabeth Plater-Zyerk (architect of the “holistic” planned community, The Kentlands, in Gathersburg, MD), William Reilly then Administrator with the EPA. Rep. Charles Schumer from the 10th District in New York, Lester Thurow, Dean of the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Dr. Jessica Tuchman Matthews from the World Resources Institute and member of the Council for Foreign Relations. (29)
To put public-private partnerships into perspective, they have been used for the last twenty years in America as a method of providing financing to low-income families. Since 1990 HUD and its Office of Community Planning and Development have used public-private partnerships to produce affordable housing. In addition, Maryland and Minnesota have implemented state-level public-private partnerships. It should be noted that as public-private partnerships continue to gain usage in the United States, our Constitution is being eroded. The United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, Habitat II, was specifically designed to push public-private partnerships for all countries around the globe.
The five year report which the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum published from 1990 to 1995 reveals that it has acted as a catalyst for change on many levels of society, using various conduits such as business, the public sector, non-governmental organizations, corporations, and international agencies (the World Bank, United Nations, etc.) which have fostered many different types of partnerships on a global basis. These partnerships all promote a philosophy and world view which is contrary to Genesis 1. The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum has participated with the World Bank on “corporate citizenship,” conducted meetings in 26 countries to promote “business as partners in development,” which includes partnerships between governments, the PWBLF, and corporations (all components of public-private partnerships); developed the INSIGHT Programme to work with the disadvantaged in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, St. Petersburg, Russia, and other countries; set up the International Partnership Network, IPN, to share best partnership practices and advocate sustainable development; initiated the Global IT Partnership, which is part of the World Bank’s Information for Development Program to ensure poor people are not excluded from opportunities created as a result of the Information Revolution; and created Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum chapters in Hungary, Russia, India, Thailand, Shanghai, Vietnam, South Africa, Egypt, Brazil, and Mexico. (30)
The PWBLF also is active in business education with the International Association of Students in economics and management - AIESEC, which is the world’s largest student-managed organization conducting programs at various universities around the world. The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum asked 10,000 students from 32 countries questions about business and corporate social responsibility. The results are surprising for those who believe in absolute values, as 61 per cent agreed that as managers, they will sometimes have to do things that conflict with their personal values.
In the United States, the University of Michigan offers corporate environmental management programs which introduce students to global sustainable development issues in business. At Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, a broad program in corporate citizenship includes elective topics on “Environmental Management,” and “Corporate Governance, Power and Responsibility”. The goal is to educate the manager for the twenty-first century as someone who understands the environment, ecology, technology, the social responsibility of the organization—private, public or non-profit — and working with NGOs, the public, citizens groups, and public-private partnerships. (31) The reach of the Prince of Wales around the world is deep, vast and broad as seen in the partners and advisers affiliated with AIESEC which include, (in addition to the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum) The Club of Rome, The Society for International Development, which former Secretary-General of the UN, Boutros-Boutros Ghali just joined as president, the United Nations Development Programme, and UNESCO. (32) These, along with all of the other partners mentioned in this article reveals a man with immense power.
Prince Charles, the Inn Keeper.
In 1992, the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum was approached by the chief executive of the Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts with a new idea to use the environmental experience of the Forum to develop an industry-wide environmental initiative. A group of International Hotel Environment Initiative (IHEI) was born. IHEI consists of a network of hoteliers, working through a dedicated support unit with the goal to change business behavior across the entire hotel industry. Industry leaders will improve the environmental performance of their own hotels and act as examples for others. In the five years since the initiative was started, IHEI has produced in partnership with the International Hotel Association, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and various hotel associations, such as the American Hotel and Motel Association, the Caribbean Hotel Association, Thailand hotel Association, and the Hotel Association of Hungary.
One of their environmental initiatives is the Linens and Towels Rescue Program which encourages hotel guests to conserve on daily linen replacement, thereby helping hotels to save water and detergent. The Holiday Inn Worldwide began its “Conserving for Tomorrow” program in 1994 stating: “The Holiday Inn Worldwide will pro-actively encourage and pursue initiatives to improve the global environment.” (33) While I do not disagree with the concept of how often a guest wishes to change linens, for whatever reason, it masks the true philosophy of sustainable development which is control of all resources on planet earth.
Hotels in partnership with the PWBLF include the biggest, most luxurious in the world, such as ACCOR, Forte, Hilton International, Holiday Inn Worldwide, ITT Sheraton, Inter-Continental, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Marriott Lodging Group, Marco Polo Hotels, Radisson SAS Hotels, Worldwide, Renaissance Hotels International, and the Taj Group of Hotels. (34)
King Charles III
There has been much speculation with regard to when Charles will become king. I surmise that he does not need a throne, for he already has one. The environmental agenda via sustainable development, and public-private partnerships with the world’s largest and strongest multinational corporations, many of which have cash flows and assets exceeding that of most countries, provide Charles his throne. It appears that he rules behind the scenes, encouraging, expanding, and pushing the agenda of the United Nations, partnering with the World Bank and other global agencies, all of which are advancing world government, a philosophy with which he is not uncomfortable. After all there have been many kings, popes, and world leaders who have tried to attain it. When one takes a look at the 48 companies on his directorate, 23 of them are part of Business Week’s Global 1000 corporations with a market value of over $1 Trillion. Apart from the manufacturing base he has amassed, travel and tourism is the world’s largest industry and generator of jobs. It provides direct and indirect employment for 200 million people, one in every 9 workers in the world. Its gross domestic product generates more than that of the gross national product (GNP) of the United States in 1995.
It is through public-private partnerships that corporations will replace the rule of a nation’s. When you have a board of appointed people representing government, corporations, the private people sector, and nongovernmental organizations, money rules, not government or the people. What we see in the making is a new form of governance transcending national borders, elected officials, and the will of the people. Little by little, people will be squeezed out and the New World Order will fully emerge.
Lastly, the environment is something all the people of the world share — the air, water, fish and fowl. Whoever controls the environment, controls man. That is the objective and goal. The work that Prince Charles is spearheading has been gaining momentum. He is at the heart of what is going on in the world, as it relates to power, control, philosophy, and “forward” thinking at every level of society. Since Prince Charles lives and breathes sustainable development, a better title for him would be the “Sustainable Prince”.
Because of who he is, doors automatically open and people flock to him. His tentacles are very deep, reaching into every area of life, business, and government. He transcends politics, national borders, and religion. He is very powerful by way of position, lineage, inheritance, importance and influence. He is out to remake society and mold it into his image, which is based on Gaia, a usurpation of Genesis 1. This alone will change life for every person on earth, as they will become slaves to the new twenty-first century feudal landlords, where every crust of bread they eat will be measured against what they produce in order to protect resources for future generations. Is all of this the new divine right of kings? The person the Imagesstream media would have us believe is Charles is not the real Charles. The real Charles is extremely powerful and should be recognized as a very major player in the end-time game.



 
 
 

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