By AJ at NoisyRoom
Entice large American corporations into the UN Global Compact and the de-industrialization of America becomes a reality in short order. A selection of the corporations who are already members of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), which is now part of the UN Global Compact, can be found HERE.
The UN Global Compact was initiated in 2000 and has been accelerating since 2010, no doubt due to support provided by President Obama and George Soros. The goal of the UN Global Compact is to create public-private and global-local partnerships. Basically, this means “globalizing” private corporations so that they will operate at the behest and direction of the international rulers (i.e. global elites), not the US government and certainly not based on American consumer demand.
In other words, American corporations that join the UN Global Compact will follow the dictates of Global Governance (i.e. the New World Order) not America’s free market system.
As described in the April 4, 2011, 4-page PDF found HERE, the UN Global Compact stays true to the global elite’s goal of controlling absolutely everything by incorporating “two related global issue platforms: Caring for Climate and the CEO Water Mandate.”
“The voluntary and demand driven nature of the initiative calls for a multi-centric governance framework enabling participant ownership, supporting accountability mechanisms, and advancing intergovernmental oversight.
Understanding how Global Compact governance is exercised, and why it is exercised in this particular way, requires appreciating (a) the institutional context in which the initiative is embedded, (b) its underlying operational context, and (c) the changing context of sustainability itself. These three contextual dimensions of Global Compact governance have evolved significantly over the last decade and thus need to be vetted against their historic background.
The initiating speech… was translated into an institutional innovation which aimed at deepening the interdependencies between the United Nations, the business community, NGOs [Non-Government Organizations], and labor. With Secretary-General Ban’s tenure starting in 2007 and him chairing the Global Compact Leaders Summit in the same year, the Global Compact moved into its next phase.
To conclude, context matters when thinking about Global Compact governance. As the Global Compact blends public and private actors, it also combines legitimacy from both spheres. While public legitimacy rests on intergovernmental support, private legitimacy relates to participants’ implementation accountability… The governance framework was (and still is) significantly shaped by the initiative’s institutional and operational context as well as the context of the larger sustainability movement that the Global Compact is an important part of. Contexts, however, change and so do the needs of governance (in this sense history matters as well).”
Ask yourself how Americans benefit when our corporations become part of the UN Global Compact. Under the dictates of the global elites, do you think this will strengthen or weaken America? Will it create more jobs in America? Or will it create more jobs in other countries? Obama’s embrace of the “international community” and his stated references to us as “global citizens” begs the question… is this why he hasn’t focused on jobs for the tens of millions of unemployed American citizens?
Notice that General Electric (GE) and AT&T are on the list of corporations who joined the UN Global Contract. Is it a coincidence that they paid nothing – zero, nada, zilch – in federal taxes for 2010? Seems Obama made them a deal they couldn’t refuse. And we’re all aware that Obama appointed Jeffery Immelt (GE’s CEO) as his Green Jobs Czar.
While President Obama and his union comrades attempt to guide the majority of Americans toward the class-warfare red herring, Obama’s been cozying up to the leaders of large corporations for a reason. We’re all aware of his cozy relationship with the CEO’s of Google and Facebook.
Take a stroll down Wall Street and ask a few of the movers and shakers if they support President Obama. Ask the CEO of Goldman Sachs if he supports President Obama. The answer will be a resounding “YES.” The Finance Reform bill, passed by the 111th Congress, seals up government control of America’s financial institutions, but it only scratches the surface of the scope and depth of the global takeover of American industry.
Notice that Monsanto is on the UN Global Contract list. The Food Safety Act, passed by the 111th Congress, gives our government control of America’s food supply and Monsanto is positioned to carry out the global elite’s orders. As we speak, Cass Sunstein, President Obama’s Regulatory Czar, is creating regulations which will prohibit Americans from growing food or having gardens on their property. Also, George Soros has been buying up grain elevators and is now the third largest holder of America’s grain elevators.
The cast of globalists who serve on the UN Global Compact Board…
- Charles O. Holliday – It’s no coincidence that in April of 2010, Bank of America appointed a new progressive globalist Board Chairman, Charles O. Holliday Jr… just in time for the UN to unveil their Global Compact Board Members at the Leaders Summit in June 2010. Charles O. Holliday Jr., former Chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, serves as the U.S. representative on the Board.
- Philip Jennings, UNI Global Union
- Antonio Penalosa, International Organization of Employers
- Manfred Warda, International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers’ Unions
- Jean-Guy Carrier, International Chamber of Commerce
- Habiba Al Marashi, Emirates Environmental Group
- Oded Grajew, Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility
- Julia Marton-Lefevre, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Last but not least, Jose Sergio Gabrielli de Azevedo, President and CEO of Brazil’s Petrobras, the corporation that Obama and George Soros gave billions of dollars to assist their oil development. George Soros invested his own money, but Barack Obama gave $2 Billion of our tax dollars to assist Brazil in creating jobs and maximizing their oil production at the expense of hard working American citizens.
Enticing American businesses into the UN Global Compact will be beneficial to other countries and a detriment to America. Innovation starts here, through which America has become the most prosperous nation on the planet and employees – yes, “workers” – have thrived in their ability to provide for their families and enjoy modern conveniences that people in other countries do not.
What benefit is there to placing American businesses under global governance led by the global elites? There’s no benefit whatsoever for America. The purpose is to de-industrialize America by ensuring our corporate giants operate elsewhere.
When President Obama said he would fundamentally transform America, he wasn’t kidding. This kind of transformation will change the lives of all Americans in the worst possible way.