Tuesday, October 13, 2009

THE GROUP OF TWENTY & THE EVOLUTION OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

By Joan Veon
September 28, 2009
NewsWithViews.com

In 1994 when I covered my first global meeting, there was a press briefing by the Commission on Global Governance on their forthcoming report, Our Global Neighborhood. The man giving the briefing was one of the co-chairs, Sir Shridath Ramphal who was not only president of Guyana but also president of the (British) Commonwealth Association. As I read the glossy brochure, I thought he meant “global government” to which he replied “No, no, no we mean global governance.” When I asked about a global currency, he laughed and said, “No, not for a long time.”

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1 comment:

  1. TB; thanks man. great article. most of us know each other pretty well here. my tin foil hat is always on.lol well it does not look so strange any more does it.lol this info has all been out there for some time. NATO headed by the U.S. military is now the [muscle] the [enforcer] the [spearhead] etc,etc. for the international banking cartels. the imf and their little sdr's might have a big global surprise coming. ===A NAME CHANGE=====

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