Browsing: Global Government

‘America built a secret network of remote underground bunkers during the Cold War in case of a nuclear strike by the Russians.

But they were not made to protect civilians – the hideouts were just for top government officials.

In a plan as brutal as it was logical, the President and his inner circle would be saved while tens of millions of ordinary Americans would be incinerated.

Realizing that there was no way to save the population, the conclusion was that ‘the government would protect itself and let the rest of us die’ writes national security expert Garrett M. Graff.’

Read more: Hiding in secret underground bunkers, eating wild birds and pets and saving secretaries but not wives: How government elites planned to survive a nuclear attack

‘President Emmanuel Macron’s political camp has secured a significant victory in the first round of parliamentary elections, which could land the one-year-old political movement with as much as three-quarters of lower house seats when the second round results are announced on June 18.

Macron’s La Republique En Marche (REM) and its allied Democratic Movement (MoDem) secured 32.32 percent in the first round, ahead of the Republicans and their allies with 21.56 percent. The National Front (FN) received 13.20 percent in a vote which had lower than 50 percent turnout, official final results released early Monday morning by the interior ministry revealed.’

Read more: French president Macron’s party wins 1st round, aims for big parliamentary majority

The secretive group will discuss the ‘war on information’ and ponder whether globalisation can be slowed – but they may want to take a look in the mirror

‘Say what you like about Bilderberg, but they’ve got a sense of humour. The agenda for this year’s secretive summit of the global elite is full of in-jokes. They get big laughs straight off the bat by describing themselves as “a diverse group of political leaders and experts”.

They’re trumpeting the diversity of a conference where less than 25% of the participants are female. Which would be a huge step forward, if it were currently 1963.

And as for racial diversity, there are more senior executives of Goldman Sachs at this year’s Bilderberg than there are people of colour.

Perhaps by “diverse” they mean that some of the participants own hedge funds, whereas others own vast industrial conglomerates. Some are on the board of HSBC, others are on the board of BP. Some are lobbyists, others are being lobbied. That sort of thing.

Dafter still is the agenda item: “Can globalisation be slowed down?” You think that the assembled heads of Google, AT&T, Bayer, Airbus, Deutsche Bank, Ryanair, Fiat Chrysler, and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange want to see a brake on globalisation? It’s the air that they breathe.’

Read more: Bilderberg: the world’s most secretive conference is as out of touch as ever

‘The European Union’s (EU) head of budget has called for the bloc to scrap all member state rebates in a move which would see countries paying higher fees into the bloc receive nothing in return.

Gunther Oettinger, the European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources, has recommended outlawing any discount on membership fees for member states just months after Britain voted to unshackle itself from the beleaguered bloc.

The plans are set to refuel speculation European Union chiefs were preparing to raid Britain for more cash if it voted to remain in the Brussels club.

The German head of the EU budget told a panel at his nation’s foreign ministry: “I want to propose a budget framework that does not only do without the mother of all rebates the UK’s but without all of its children as well.”’

Read more: UK got out just in time! EU plots to SCRAP budget rebates to Brussels’ contributors

‘Europe can no longer completely rely on its longstanding British and US allies, Angela Merkelhas warned – saying the EU must now be prepared to “take its fate into its own hands”.

Speaking after bruising meetings of Nato and the G7 group of wealthy nations last week, the German chancellor suggested the postwar western alliance had been badly undermined by the UK’s Brexit vote and Donald Trump’s election as US president.’

Read more: Angela Merkel: EU cannot completely rely on US and Britain any more

‘Brussels officials want every European Union country to be using the euro by 2025, a bombshell new report has claimed.

Nine of the 28 member state in the EU are currently not part of the single currency.

The UK and Denmark are exempt, but the remaining seven nations all agreed to adopt the euro when they joined the bloc.

And now the European Commission has now demanded they them all start using the crisis-hit currency within eight years, according to insiders.

The move, revealed by German publication Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung, who obtained a leaked copy of a Comission report, is likely to be fiercely opposed by Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic’s eurosceptic governments.’

Read more: EU Superstate: Brussels ‘to force EVERY member state to adopt euro by 2025’

‘Nearly seven out of 10 people in the UK support the creation of a form of world government that would be able to force countries to deal with major risks facing the world such as climate change and nuclear weapons, according to a major new survey.

And 62 per cent said they considered themselves to be “a global citizen” in addition to being British, which will likely disappoint Theresa May who told the last Conservative conference “if you believe you are a citizen of the world, you’re a citizen of nowhere”.

The ComRes survey, commissioned ahead of the G7 Summit in Sicily by the Global Challenges Foundation, interviewed 8,100 people in eight countries, Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, India, South Africa, the UK and US, which are collectively home to half the world’s population.’

Read more: Seven in 10 Brits support ‘world government’ to protect humanity from global catastrophes

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