by Henry Lamb
Orbis by Louis Renard
people could be made to accept the most flagrant
violations of reality, because they never fully grasped
the enormity of what was demanded of them, and were not
sufficiently interested in public events to notice what
This report attempts to consolidate four years of research, hundreds
of documents, and thousands of pages of material into a brief,
concise word picture of how the international community has been
able to move society to the brink of global governance.
We hope our
efforts to achieve brevity have not sacrificed clarity. At the very
best, this report is no more than an introduction to a process that
has been underway for many years. We have provided extensive
endnotes to encourage readers to expand their studies and form their
We are convinced that the form of government created
by the U.S. Constitution is in serious danger of being overwhelmed
by the new spirit of globalism that is, in fact, a well conceived,
well executed agenda to achieve global governance. Global
governance, as it is conceived, and as it is being implemented,
cannot tolerate individual freedom or private property rights as
guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
The conflicting philosophies of governance are on a collision
course. On the one side is a small handful of people who have
recognized the erosion of Constitutional principles in recent years.
On the other side is a tidal wave of UN organizations and agencies,
reinforced by a multitude of non-government organizations, sweeping
across the planet, flooding societies with the notion that problems
can be solved only through remedies offered by and imposed through
the massive UN system.
We hope this report will be a starting point that will serve as a
catalyst for a variety of responses that result in a reaffirmation
of the values enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.
Ultimately, it is
the values, beliefs, and attitudes that celebrate, protect, and
promote individual freedom that can empower societies to overcome
whatever problems that arise. These are the values that offer
solutions to the world's problems. These are the values that America
can share with the world. These are the values that are being eroded
by the rise of global governance.
We wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the efforts of those
who reviewed this report, Dr. Margaret Maxey; Dr. Michael Coffman;
Floy Lilley, JD; Tom McDonnell, and Willy Peterson. Their work
helped to improve both the accuracy and readability of this
information. The content, however, along with any errors that may
remain, are the sole responsibility of the author.
We hope this publication will be useful to all who cherish freedom.
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