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Bilderberg Mapped Agenda for Summit
The Bilderberg/Trilateral clique has set the agenda for the December ecology summit in Japan, which will try to sell the American public on the idea of a supranational agency to patrol the world's air and waterways.
"Government bureaucrats who want a world government are not my only sources for this information," said a State Department official who has been a reliable Bilderberg observer for 10 years. He pointed to a SPOTLIGHT report on the Bilderberg meeting in Vouliagmeni, Greece:
"Also high on the Bilderberg agenda is the establishment of a new, huge UN bureaucracy on the environment, so the industrialists can reap immense profits from new technology to clean the world's air and water," (SPOTLIGHT, May 10, 1993).
"Nothing has changed from when that was written," the official said. "By establishing an ecology commission, the United Nations further intrudes into the domestic affairs of nations, reducing their sovereignty piece by piece until there is none left."
The same story, May 10, 1993, reported Bilderberg's delight that President Bill Clinton, a new recruit would sign the 1992 Rio Treaty, which calls for such a UN agency.
"Adding a new UN agency to police the environment among once-sovereign nations advances the Bilderberg goal of turning the United Nations into a dejure -- rather than a de facto -- world government," The SPOTLIGHT reported.
Under the draft agreement, the United States would have to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2010, requiring a cutback of 8 percent. This would send costs in this country skyrocketing.
Meanwhile, "developing countries," including Mexico and Red China, would be exempt.