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Nov 10th 2008, 03:00 AM
The title of this article is to the affect that the Prime Minister of England has said that...
" it is now time for a global community."
UK's Brown: Now is the time to build global society
07:03 PM EST
LONDON (Reuters) - The international financial crisis has given world leaders a unique opportunity to create a truly global society, Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown will say in a keynote foreign policy speech on Monday.
In his annual speech at the Lord Mayor's Banquet, Brown -- who has spearheaded calls for the reform of international financial institutions -- will say Britain, the United States and Europe are key to forging a new world order.

"The alliance between Britain and the U.S. -- and more broadly between Europe and the U.S. -- can and must provide leadership, not in order to make the rules ourselves, but to lead the global effort to build a stronger and more just international order," an excerpt from the speech says.
Brown and other leaders meet in Washington next weekend to discuss longer term solutions for dealing with economic issues following a series of coordinated moves on interest rates and to recapitalize banks in the wake of the financial crisis.

"Uniquely in this global age, it is now in our power to come together so that 2008 is remembered not just for the failure of a financial crash that engulfed the world but for the resilience and optimism with which we faced the storm, endured it and prevailed," Brown will say in his speech on Monday evening.

"...And if we learn from our experience of turning unity of purpose into unity of action, we can together seize this moment of change in our world to create a truly global society."

According to a summary of the speech released by his office, Brown will set out five great challenges the world faces.
These are: terrorism and extremism and the need to reassert faith in democracy; the global economy; climate change; conflict and mechanisms for rebuilding states after conflict; and meeting goals on tackling poverty and disease.

Brown will also identify five stages for tackling the economy, starting with recapitalizing banks so they can resume lending to families and businesses, and better international co-ordination of fiscal and monetary policy.
He also wants immediate action to stop the spread of the financial crisis to middle-income countries, with a new facility for the International Monetary Fund, and agreement on a global trade deal, as well as reform of the global financial system.

"My message is that we must be: internationalist not protectionist; interventionist not neutral; progressive not reactive; and forward looking not frozen by events. We can seize the moment and in doing so build a truly global society."
(Reporting by Jodie Ginsberg; Editing by Janet Lawrence)

:giveup::giveup::giveup::giveup::giveup:Anyone ready to quit yet?

NO?? OK try this as well..More of the Euro/brit take over plans....


Still not enough??? OK, How about this too?


Ugh, makes me wonder where it will go and just how fast it may go!

Joe King
Nov 10th 2008, 04:29 AM
The time is now...

Nov 10th 2008, 05:07 AM
Ya know, I was just thinking about all this over the last week, and it struck me as odd that the last time there was such a great world union, (meaning under the leadership of one person) the leader of that "world" was considered a god. Caesar....and all the other leaders before him were considered gods, like pharoah.
I find it interesting that we are expecting to see the AC come onto the scene soon, and at the same time we are developing a one world govt mindedness amongst the leaders of the world.:hmm:

third hero
Nov 10th 2008, 09:22 AM
You know, Laura,
I don't find it confusing at all. I have been stating that the world is preparing to welcome her king, the Beast. What i do find interesting is that the manual that the world leaders are using to bring about this one world government is from the Club of Rome. I find it very interesting that the major movers and shakers of the world's economies are members of that very same club.

Why? Because these are the financial arms that twist the countries into submission to their ideals. Even US presidents aren't immune, with George HW Bush calling for a "New World Order" back in 1991.

Why do I say all of this? Simple. The people who are connected to the Club of Rome will be the ones who will bring out the Beast, his 10 apostles, and the false prophet. Will the beast himself come from a European alliance? I doubt it. I believe that the beast will come from the middle east, and Jordan to be exact. (I am not prophesying, I am merely speculating). It is my belief that the "Mahdi", in whom all of Islam is waiting for, will be the very Beast that everyone is trying to find. It is also my opinion that the Beast is going to either be a member of the Club of Rome, or at least affiliated with them. It is also my belief that those who rise to power along with him will be attached to the Club of Rome, either as beneficiaries of their funding, or as champions of their causes.

In short, take a closer look at the Club of Rome, and you will find the trail that will lead straight to the Beast and his 10 apostles.

Kudo Shinichi
Nov 10th 2008, 09:53 AM
Not really sure..but it's really close at time hours and year...;)

Nov 10th 2008, 03:09 PM
According to a summary of the speech released by his office, Brown will set out five great challenges the world faces.
These are: terrorism and extremism and the need to reassert faith in democracy; the global economy; climate change; conflict and mechanisms for rebuilding states after conflict; and meeting goals on tackling poverty and disease.

Extremists, huh? Possibly including those "intolerant" bible-thumpin', gay-hating, anti-choice Christians?

third hero
Nov 10th 2008, 05:33 PM
Extremists, huh? Possibly including those "intolerant" bible-thumpin', gay-hating, anti-choice Christians?
Naturally, you extremist! I admit, I am an extremist, and I love it!

Nov 10th 2008, 10:11 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - The international financial crisis has given world leaders a unique opportunity to create a truly global society, Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown will say in a keynote foreign policy speech on Monday.

:idea:See? Obama is not the Antichrist...Gordon Brown is!! :rofl:

(just kidding, mods...not naming names)

Kudo Shinichi
Nov 11th 2008, 11:23 AM
It's quite interesting what I read in this link...check it out...I think it's getting so close...to global social!!!

Nov 11th 2008, 01:30 PM
Georgia congressman warns of Obama dictatorship

By BEN EVANS 13 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) A Republican congressman from Georgia said Monday he fears that President-elect Obama will establish a Gestapo-like security force to impose a Marxist or fascist dictatorship.
"It may sound a bit crazy and off base, but the thing is, he's the one who proposed this national security force," Rep. Paul Broun said of Obama in an interview Monday with The Associated Press. "I'm just trying to bring attention to the fact that we may may not, I hope not but we may have a problem with that type of philosophy of radical socialism or Marxism."
Broun cited a July speech by Obama that has circulated on the Internet in which the then-Democratic presidential candidate called for a civilian force to take some of the national security burden off the military.
"That's exactly what Hitler did in Nazi Germany and it's exactly what the Soviet Union did," Broun said. "When he's proposing to have a national security force that's answering to him, that is as strong as the U.S. military, he's showing me signs of being Marxist."
Obama's comments about a national security force came during a speech in Colorado about building a new civil service corps. Among other things, he called for expanding the nation's foreign service and doubling the size of the Peace Corps "to renew our diplomacy."
"We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set," Obama said in July. "We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."
Broun said he also believes Obama likely will move to ban gun ownership if he does build a national police force.
Obama has said he respects the Second Amendment right to bear arms and favors "common sense" gun laws. Gun rights advocates interpret that as meaning he'll at least enact curbs on ownership of assault weapons and concealed weapons. As an Illinois state lawmaker, Obama supported a ban on semiautomatic weapons and tighter restrictions on firearms generally.
"We can't be lulled into complacency," Broun said. "You have to remember that Adolf Hitler was elected in a democratic Germany. I'm not comparing him to Adolf Hitler. What I'm saying is there is the potential."
Obama's transition office did not respond immediately to Broun's remarks.

Nov 11th 2008, 07:05 PM
From Times Online

November 11, 2008
Why veins could replace fingerprints and retinas as most secure form of ID

Mike Harvey, Technology Correspondent

div#related-article-links p a, div#related-article-links p a:visited { color:#06c; } Forget fingerprinting. Companies in Europe have begun to roll out an advanced biometric system from Japan that identifies people from the unique patterns of veins inside their fingers.
Finger vein authentication, introduced widely by Japanese banks in the last two years, is claimed to be the fastest and most secure biometric method. Developed by Hitachi, it verifies a person's identity based on the lattice work of minute blood vessels under the skin.
Easydentic Group, a European leader in the biometric industry based in France, has announced that it will be using Hitachi's finger vein security in a range of door access systems for the UK and European markets.
In Japan, thousands of cash machines are operated by finger vein technology. Hitachi announced today that it will introduce 20,000 finger vein authentication systems at shops and kiosks belonging to two Japanese companies, which will use the devices to protect the privacy of customer information by requiring storeworkers to authenticate themselves before accessing the customer database.

The pattern of blood vessels is captured by transmitting near-infrared light at different angles through the finger, usually the middle finger. This can be done in a small instrument attached to a wall or as part of an ATM machine. The light is partially absorbed by haemoglobin in the veins and the pattern is captured by a camera as a unique 3D finger vein profile. This is turned into a simple digital code which is then matched with a pre-registered profile to verify an individual's identity. Even twins are said to have different finger vein patterns.
Hitachi claims that because the veins are inside the body, invisible to the eye, it is extremely difficult to forge and impossible to manipulate. While fingerprints can be "lifted" and retinas scanned without an individual realising it, it is extremely unlikely that people's finger vein profiles can be taken without them being aware of it, the company says.
The gruesome possibility that criminals may hack off a finger has already been discounted by Hitachi's scientists. Asked if authentication could be "forged" with a severed finger, the company says: "As blood would flow out of a disconnected finger, authentication would no longer be possible."
Hitachi says finger vein authentication is less expensive than iris scanning or face/voice recognition and that the false rejection rate is much lower than with fingerprinting. And people don't have to remember a pin number. Hitachi's system is being used to verify user identities for ATMs, door access systems and computer log-in systems in Japan.
An alternative technique, developed by Fujitsu, scans the palms of people's hands to identify a similarly unique vein pattern. This system has also been gaining international recognition. It was recently installed at Carolinas HealthCare System, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, the first healthcare provider in the United States to implement this technology.
The palm scanners, which are linked to hospitals' patient registration databases, are used at admitting, the emergency department, one-day surgery, and all inpatient and outpatient registration points. "Most recently, we have begun a rollout to physician practice settings for our physicians network," said Steve Burr, vice president of patient financial services.