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The New American on the United NationsReports from UN Millennium Summit


Terrorists R Us
Terrorists, Tyrants, Butchers, and Tinpot Dictators Posture and Pontificate at UN Palaver

NGOs Provide "Controlled Opposition"
Give False Appearance of Popular Support to UN World Government Agenda

Orchestrating a "Global Consensus" for World Government
One hundred and sixty presidents, premiers, dictators, and potentates have converged on New York with one goal: expand the UN.


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Lock ’em Up, Burn ’em Down
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Christian Convict in Cuba
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Posted: September 8, 2000

More on United Nations

The UN Millennium Summit

NGOs Provide "Controlled Opposition"
by William F. Jasper

* This report from Mr. Jasper from his attendance at the UN Millennium Summit and Mikhail Gorbachev's State of the World Forum is just a preview of the full article to come later this week in the next issue of the magazine.

Give False Appearance of Popular Support to UN World Government Agenda

Building on a formula that has proven wildly successful at previous UN summits (on Environment, Habitat, Population, Women, International Criminal Court, etc.), the Millennium Summit coincided with a Millennium Forum involving thousands of radical activists from around the world. These NGO cadres, subsidized by governments, the UN, tax-exempt foundations, and corporations, constitute an indispensable rent-a-mob that can be used to agitate for more UN power. As a run-up to the Summit, the Millennium Forum at the UN headquarters from May 22nd to 26th.

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According the UN’s Backgrounder on the Forum, the event "was organized by a coalition of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) at the suggestion of Secretary-General Kofi Annan." As per usual, the NGO radicals (eco-extremists, feminists, homosexuals, Marxists, union organizers, racial agitators, and other assorted "grievance" exploiters) stuck around and had plenty of time to plan demonstrations and other activities to help influence the "main event" when it arrived in September.

The Forum held detailed "consultations" on six major themes: peace, poverty, human rights, sustainable development, globalization, and strengthening the United Nations. The event culminated in the production of a 23-page Forum Declaration and Plan of Action, which calls for the UN to, among other things:

• Immediately establish a Global Poverty Eradication Fund

• Establish a standing UN Peace Force

• Introduce binding codes of conduct for transnational companies and tax regulation of international financial markets

• Integrate the IMF, World Bank and WTO into the UN’s Economic and Social Council

• Create and fund a Global Civil Society Forum which would meet "in the period leading up to the annual session of the General Assembly

• Establish a Global Habitat Conservation Fund

Global Gun Grab

One of the Millennium Forum Declaration’s proposals calls on the UN to "expand the United Nations Arms Register, including specific names of arms producers and traders, in order to show production and sale of small arms and light weapons." For those familiar with the UN’s record over the past several years in promoting an increasingly hostile attitude toward individual private ownership of firearms, this is a clear call for accelerated pressure on national governments to ratchet up their gun control efforts at all levels.

For more information about the Millennium Forum and Declaration, see William Norman Grigg’s article "Building World Order" from the July 3, 2000 issue of The New American.



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