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When it comes to Barack Obama, one of the most ...

When it comes to Barack Obama, one of the most
important things to understand is that he is a committed
globalist. He firmly believes that more “global
governance” (the elite don’t like to use the term “global
government”) will make the world a much better place.



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  • New Obama Executive Order Pushes UsCloser To A North American UnionMichael SnyderThe American DreamWednesday, May 2, 2012…And A One World Economic SystemWhen it comes to Barack Obama, one of the mostimportant things to understand is that he is a committedglobalist. He firmly believes that more “globalgovernance” (the elite don’t like to use the term “globalgovernment”) will make the world a much better place.Throughout his time in the White House, Obama hasconsistently sought to strengthen international institutionssuch as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO. Atevery turn, Obama has endeavored to more fully integrateAmerica into the “global community”. Since he was elected, Obama has signed a whole host ofnew international economic agreements. He regularly speaks of the need for “cooperation” amongglobal religions and he has hosted a wide variety of different religious celebrations at the WhiteHouse. Obama once stated that “all nations must come together to build a stronger global regime”.If you do not want to live in a “global regime” that is just too bad. To globalists such as Obama, itis inevitable that the United States of America will be merged into the emerging global system. Justthis week, Obama has issued a new executive order that seeks to “harmonize” U.S. economicregulations with the rest of the world. This new executive order is yet another incremental step thatis pushing us closer to a North American Union and a one world economic system. Unfortunately,most Americans have absolutely no idea what is happening.The American people need to understand that Barack Obama is constantly looking for ways tointegrate the United States more deeply with the rest of the world. The globalization of the worldeconomy has accelerated under Obama, and this latest executive order represents a fundamentalchange in U.S. economic policy. Now federal regulators will be required to “harmonize” their workwith the international community. The following is how this new executive order was assessed in arecent Businessweek article…. Obama’s order provides a framework to organize scattered efforts to promote international regulatory cooperation, the chamber’s top global regulatory official said today. “Today’s executive order marks a paradigm shift for U.S. regulators by directing them to take the international implications of their work into account in a consistent and comprehensive way,” Sean Heather, vice president of the chamber’s Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation, said in an e-mailed statement. Members of the Obama administration are touting this as a way to “reduce regulation”, but the truth is that this is much more about aligning ourselves with the rest of the world than anything else.
  • Obama’s “Information Czar”, Cass Sunstein,authored a piece in the Wall Street Journal onMonday in which he stressed the need toeliminate “unnecessary regulatory differencesacross nations” so that the United States cancompete more effectively in our“interdependent global economy”. The endresult of this process will be that we will nowdo things much more like how the rest of theworld does things…. In an interdependent global economy, diverse regulations can cause trouble for companies doing business across national boundaries. Unnecessary differences in countries’ regulatory requirements can cost money, compromising economic growth and job creation. Think of divergent requirements for car headlights, or the labeling of food, or standards for container sizes. Recognizing this, President Obama’s Jobs Council has called for U.S. agencies to better align U.S. regulations with those of our major trading partners. And today the president is issuing an executive order, “Promoting International Regulatory Cooperation,” with a simple goal: to promote exports, growth, and job creation by eliminating unnecessary regulatory differences across nations.But a one world economic system is not going to arrive overnight. Initially, it is much more likelythat there will be a very strong push toward North American integration first. The goal will be toshape North America into an integrated regional economic unit similar to the EU. Cass Sunsteindiscussed how this new executive order will affect North American integration on the White Housewebsite on Tuesday…. The new Executive Order will build on work that is already underway. We have started close to home, with President Obama launching Regulatory Cooperation Councils with Prime Minister Harper of Canada and President Calderon of Mexico. The Councils are implementing work plans to eliminate or prevent the creation of unnecessary regulatory differences that adversely affect cross-border trade; to streamline regulatory requirements; and to promote greater certainty for the general public and businesses, particularly small- and medium-sized enterprises, in the regulation of food, pharmaceuticals, nanotechnology, and other areas. The United States and Canada released the United States-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) Joint Action Plan last December. In February, we announced the United States-Mexico High-Level Regulatory Cooperation Council (HLRCC) Work Plan.Most Americans have absolutely no idea how far plans to integrate the United States, Canada andMexico have advanced.Last year, Barack Obama signed an agreement to create a “North American security perimeter” andmost Americans never even heard about it because the mainstream news networks almost entirelyignored it.
  • But this is exactly what the globalists want. They don’t want people to become alarmed by thesemoves toward North American integration. In fact, a document uncovered by Wikileaks shows thatthose involved in the effort to integrate North America believe that an “incremental” approach isbest. Apparently they believe that small moves toward integration are less likely to alarm the general population. The following is from an article that appeared in The National Post last year…. The integration of North America’s economies would best be achieved through an “incremental” approach, according to a leaked U.S. diplomatic cable. The cable, released through the WikiLeaks website and apparently written Jan. 28, 2005, discusses some of the obstacles surrounding the merger of the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico in a fashion similar to the European Union. “An incremental and pragmatic package of tasks for a new North American Initiative (NAI) will likely gain the most support among Canadian policymakers,” the document said. “The economic payoff of the prospective North American initiative … is available, but its size and timing are unpredictable, so it should not be oversold.”If the people of Canada, the United States and Mexico were told that there was a plan to merge allthree economies, there might be massive protests to stop it, and the globalists do not want that.A few years ago, the “Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America” (SPP) that was beingpromoted by President George W. Bush started to generate quite a bit of negative publicity. Thatcaused those seeking to integrate the economies of North America to back off for a little while.But as an article by Jerome Corsi last year detailed, the eventual goal is to turn North America intoanother version of the eurozone. That includes a common currency for North America called the“amero”…. The SPP in the administration of President George W. Bush appeared designed to replicate the steps taken in Europe over a 50-year period following the end of World War II to transform an economic agreement under the European Common Market into a full-fledged regional government, operating as the European Union, with its own currency, the euro, functioning as the sole legitimate currency in what has become known as “the eurozone.” The concern under the SPP has been that the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, could be evolved into a regional government, the North American Union, with a regional currency, the amero, designed to replace the U.S. dollar, the Mexican peso and the Canadian dollar.So will we ever see the “amero” replace the U.S. dollar?Hopefully not.
  • If the globalists try to introduce the “amero”, it would probably be after a horrible financial crisis in which the U.S. dollar falls apart. The “amero” would be heralded as the “solution” to the problems that were plaguing the dollar. If there ever is a move to get rid of the U.S. dollar for an international currency of some kind, the American people will need to resist it with all of their might. The more integrated the world becomes, the more likely it becomes that we will see nightmarish global tyranny someday. It is very frightening to think of what someone very evil might do if theyhad the chance to run the entire planet.Once our national sovereignty is gone, it will be incredibly difficult to get back. If the Americanpeople don’t take a stand while they still can, their children may wake up someday as citizens of avery oppressive “global regime”.From Communism Day to GovernmentLoyalty DayKurt NimmoInfowars.comMay 2, 2012On May 1, Obama issued a presidentialproclamation. He officially changed May 1 –otherwise known as Communism Day after it washijacked by the Soviet Union for propagandapurposes – to Loyalty Day, or rather loyalty andsacrifice to government day. It is odd that Obamawould reaffirm our allegiance to the Constitutionwhen he has violated it continually.From the White House website: In order to recognize the American spirit of loyalty and the sacrifices that so many have made for our Nation, the Congress, by Public Law 85-529 as amended, has designated May 1 of each year as “Loyalty Day.” On this day, let us reaffirm our allegiance to the United States of America, our Constitution, and our founding values. NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim May 1, 2012, as Loyalty Day. This Loyalty Day, I call upon all the people of the United States to join in support of this national observance, whether by displaying the flag of the United States or pledging allegiance to the Republic for which it stands.
  • IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this first day of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand twelve, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty- sixth. Henceforth, Commie Day will be Allegiance to the Elite and the State Day and we will support all future wars of aggression, the pillage of the national (and global) economy by criminal banksters, and the erosion of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights by government. Victims of Communism DayIlya Sominvolokh.comMay 2, 2012Today is May Day. Since 2007, I have beencommemorating this day here at the VolokhConspiracy as Victims of Communism Day.Various other websites and blogs havepromoted the same concept. In time, we hopeto make this a worldwide commemorationsimilar to Holocaust Memorial Day. Iexplained the rationale for this idea in myvery first post on the subject: May Day began as a holiday for socialists and labor union activists, not just communists. But over time, the date was taken over by the Soviet Union and other communist regimes and used as a propaganda tool to prop up their regimes. I suggest that we instead use it as a day to commemorate those regimes’ millions of victims. The authoritative Black Book of Communism estimates the total at 80 to 100 million dead, greater than that caused by all other twentieth century tyrannies combined. We appropriately have a Holocaust Memorial Day. It is equally appropriate to commemorate the victims of the twentieth century’s other great totalitarian tyranny. And May Day is the most fitting day to do so. I suggest that May Day be turned into Victims of Communism Day…. The main alternative to May 1 is November 7, the anniversary of the communist coup in Russia. However, choosing that date might be interpreted as focusing exclusively on the Soviet Union, while ignoring the equally horrendous communist mass murders in China, Camobodia, and elsewhere. So May 1 is the best choice.Since I wrote that post, historian Frank Dikotter has unearthed new evidence solidifying China’s
  • status as the communist regime with the most extensive record of mass murder. This makes it all themore preferable to choose an international rather than Russia-centric date for Victims ofCommunism Day.For those interested, I also wrote posts on Victims of Communism day in 2008, 2010, and 2011.Back in 2009, I sought to explain “Why the Neglect of Communist Crimes Matters.” In this post, Idiscussed the contentious question of whether various Soviet atrocities qualify as genocide. It islikely that only a minority of communist crimes fall under the current legal definition of genocide.The lion’s share are examples of “mere” mass murder. However, for reasons I explain here and here,I don’t think this distinction carries any significant moral weight.UPDATE: Ed Kilgore of the Washington Monthly responds to this post here. After noting the pre-communist history of May Day as a pro-union holiday, he adds: I’ve gone through this brief history in reaction to reading a post at the conservative legal site the Volokh Conspiracy promoting the idea, as it has since 2007, of renaming May 1 “Victims of Communism Day.” I’m sympathetic to the basic idea of a day for reflection on the bloody record of communist regimes, and of their false claim to serve as emancipators of the working class. But that’s all the more reason not to do anything to perpetuate the confusion of communism with legitimate movements for workers’ rights. The chief advocate of a May 1 “Victims of Communism Day,” Ilya Somin, claims the most likely alternative, November 7, the date of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, inaugurating the first communist regime, is too “Russia-centric.” Well, May 1 is insufficiently “Communo-centric.” All the communist regimes trace their roots back to November 7, and they don’t share it with non-communists. For all I care, we can commemorate victims of communism any day other than May 1; maybe August 23, the anniversary of the Hitler-Stalin Pact, which revealed even to the most naive the true nature of the Soviet regime and launched one of the most intensively horrific periods of bilateral murder in world history. But leave May 1 to workers…..I don’t deny that May Day has a pre-communist history.However, for many decades it was and still is the majorholiday of international communism. To try to disssociate itfrom that history is much like trying to separate the swastikafrom the Nazis on the grounds that it was once an ancientreligious symbol unrelated to Nazism. Many of those whocelebrate May Day since the fall of communism in the USSRare either communists themselves or radical leftistssympathetic to communism. Not all are, of course. But thecommunist connection is is clear and recognized around theworld. No other date – including the anniversary of the Nazi-Soviet Pact is so clearly symbolic of communism as aninternational phenomenon. Nor do I think that there is any real danger that a May 1 date for Victimsof Communism Day will somehow “perpetuate the confusion of communism with legitimatemovements for workers’ rights.” To the contrary, it would help clear up that confusion by clearlyindicating that the chief holiday of the international communist movement should be a day ofmourning rather than celebration. Nations that wish to commemorate “workers’ rights” should do soon some date not associated with brutal totalitarian dictatorships, as the US and Canada have doneby creating a separate Labor Day.Finally, I should point out that neither I nor the Volokh Conspiracy generally are “conservative.”Most of the bloggers here are libertarians, myself included.