CFR Globalist: End U.S. States, Build China-style Regional Gov’t
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), wants to destroy America, plain and simple. In this article, by a foreigner, writing for the CFR, the elimination of the States is proposed. Of course it is never mentioned that it was the States who joined together to create the United States and the Federal Government. Just where Mr. Khana thinks the Federal Government has the Constitutional power to abolish the States, he chooses not to mention. The CFR is the main pusher of Globalization, whose goal is to create a Centralized one-world government, economy, army and religion. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor
By Alex Newman
It is time for the United States of America to ditch the whole “states” thing, and for the federal government to re-organize the nation politically into massive regions with powerful regional governments fully subservient to national and even international authorities. The goal of the dystopian “economic master plan” is for America to become more like Communist China on the road toward a North American Union.
That might sound ridiculous — perhaps like the ravings of a mad man — to the average American. After all, the United States is, by its nature, a union of 50 states that have delegated a few limited and defined powers to their agent, the federal government, in pursuit of, among other objectives, securing “the Blessings of Liberty.” If globalists get their way, though, that “antiquated” notion would be tossed on to the ash heap of history.
Writing in the New York Times last month, a mid-level globalist operative with the war-mongering, global government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations argued that there needs to be a “new map for America.” “Advanced economies in Western Europe and Asia are reorienting themselves around robust urban clusters of advanced industry,” wrote Parag Khanna, a CFR globalist and self-styled “leading global strategist,” whatever that means. “Unfortunately, American policy making remains wedded to an antiquated political structure of 50 distinct states.”
Instead of the 50 states, Khanna argues that America’s new map should be based on regions, each with its own regional government. “We don’t have to create these regions; they already exist, on two levels,” the CFR operative explained. “First, there are now seven distinct super-regions, defined by common economics and demographics, like the Pacific Coast and the Great Lakes. Within these, in addition to America’s main metro hubs, we find new urban archipelagos.” Federal policy should be used to bring it all about, he said.
Of course, Khanna, who was born in India but lived in Arabia and Europe, is hardly the first to push such a radical reorganization of America. In 1975, The Daily World, a Communist Party propaganda organ, published a piece by Morris Zeitlin headlined “Planning is Socialism’s Trademark.” “In socialist countries, metropolitan regions enjoy metropolitan regional government and comprehensive planning,” the communist operative argued. “The economic and functional efficiencies and the social benefits that comprehensive national, regional and city planning make possible in socialist society explain the Soviet Union’s enormous and rapid economic social progress.” The Soviet Union ostensibly imploded less than two decades after that drivel was published, but only after murdering tens or even hundreds of millions of people in Russia and around the world.