Author Strachan, Graham, 1941-
Title 22 steps to global tyranny / Graham L. Strachan
Edition First edition
Published Jimboomba, Qld. : G. Strachan, 1999
ISBN 0646374591

by Graham L. Strachan – B.Sc.,LLB, has worked as a research scientist, management consultant, barrister and musician, and is now an author and international speaker on globalization and world affairs.

 

BANKING AND MONEY

  • STEP 1: National Governments will relinquish control of their money, float their currency, and remove all controls over the flow of money in and out of the country.
  • STEP 2: National Governments will continue the practice of borrowing from the international bankers to finance their affairs.
  • STEP 3: National Governments will depend on international investment for all future development.
  • STEP 4: National Governments will ensure international (not national) of their banks and financial institutions by transnational corporations and global investors.
  • STEP 5: National Governments will wind back spending on welfare and social programs, including education and health.

INDUSTRIES

  • STEP 6: National Governments will ensure international (not national) of their industries and business by transnational corporations (TNCs) and global investors.
  • STEP 7: National Governments will remove all impediments to the activities of TNCs and global investors in exploiting their resources including human resources.
  • STEP 8: National Governments will abolish all measures including exemptions under Trade Practices legislation, which protect or assist small/medium sized nationally owned business.
  • STEP 9: National Governments will abolish all forms of protection (tariffs, import restrictions, subsidies) for local industries.
  • STEP 10: National Governments will disempower unions, abolish wage fixation, and allow their labour forces to compete in an unregulated global market.

  PUBLIC UTILITIES

  • STEP 11: National Governments will sell all publicly-owned government-run enterprise and public utilities to TNCs and global investors.

  FARMING

  • STEP 12: National Governments will international (not national) ownership of farms by transnational agribusiness corporations (TNCs) and global investors.
  • STEP 13: National Governments will adopt policies for adopting for export, and importing for local consumption.
  • STEP 14: National Governments will abolish all forms of protection (tariffs, import restrictions, subsidies) for locally owned farms.
  • STEP 15: National Governments will enter into agreements with international bodies which hand over ownership and control of their countries’ natural resources.

SOCIAL

  • STEP 16: National Governments will sign multilateral treaties at the United Nations which surrender their political and legal sovereignty.
  • STEP 17: National Governments will adopt policies of ‘regionalism’ and ‘multiculturalism’, and other policies which will eventually eliminate national borders, culture, and identity, and create global citizens.
  • STEP 18: National Governments will agree to implement globally determined environmental, social and cultural programs in their country.

POLITICAL

  • STEP 19: National Governments will wind back their national armed forces to levels sufficient to subdue their own people and participate in global ‘peacekeeping’ activities as required by the UN.
  • STEP 20: National Governments will disarm their own citizens so there can be no armed resistance to globalisation.
  • STEP 21: National Governments will maintain a working relationship with their local media who will divert attention from these developments until they are too far progressed to be reversed.
  • STEP 22: National Governments will agree to ultimately surrender their own sovereignty and take direction from the World Government.

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