UK – Seven in 10 Brits support ‘world government’ to protect humanity from global catastrophes


THE INDEPENDENT – Nearly seven out of 10 people in the UK support the creation of a form of world government that would be able to force countries to deal with major risks facing the world such as climate change and nuclear weapons, according to a major new survey.

And 62 per cent said they considered themselves to be “a global citizen” in addition to being British, which will likely disappoint Theresa May who told the last Conservative conference “if you believe you are a citizen of the world, you’re a citizen of nowhere”. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by Andrea McLeod on 06/03/2017 - 9:34

    Don’t believe those figures. At least it would be an advantage to know whether they took the results from questioning native British, ie, the English, Scottish, Welsh, Irish, or the more recently arrived inhabitants to Britain.
    Of course it is entirely possible that many English may have answered yes to the suggestion of a one world government.
    Especially when you know them well enough to be aware that they are about the most sarcastic and cynical people on the planet.

  2. #2 by Derek on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    Sorry sabba but rubbish – yeah Nearly seven out of ten people of a sample of 1000 for the whole of the UK …….. Lies, Damn Lies and statistics mean anything?
    Going to read the survey later when i have more time;

    And 8,101 adults surveyed also speak for the entire planet earth.

  3. #3 by TonyFromIN on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    To be fair, If I were to travel in space and I landed on an alien planet, I would say I am a human from Earth. I would never mention I was from the US…….

  4. #4 by stevegmorminogmailcom on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    World government is a good idea. The only thing wrong with it, the same scoundrels that run the present one will still be in charge. Leadership is the problem folks, leadership does not work for the masses.

  5. #5 by Derek on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    OK i read through the boring survey and the pertinent pages are 223 and 241
    Page 223 alleging “Brits” want a world government is not quite true – 69% say they want a supranational organisation and they get THAT FIGURE adding together “definitely” and “yes maybe”

    Yes, definitely – 25%
    Yes, maybe – 44%
    Total 67%
    Lies, Damn Lies and statistics anyone?

    Supranational organisation,
    OPEC, NATO, EU, UN and even The BRICS countries are examples.
    BRICS even wants supranational currency!!!

    Back to the “survey”
    The breakdown for who wants a supranational is as follows

    Yes, definitely – 26%
    Yes, maybe – 40%
    Total 67%

    South Africa
    Yes, definitely – 43%
    Yes, maybe – 32%
    Total 76%

    Yes, definitely – 46%
    Yes, maybe – 38%
    Total 84%

    Yes, definitely – 17%
    Yes, maybe – 44%
    Total 62%

    Yes, definitely – 31%
    Yes, maybe – 47%
    Total 78%

    Yes, definitely – 31%
    Yes, maybe – 38%
    Total 69%

    Yes, definitely – 27%
    Yes, maybe – 38%
    Total 65%

    YES 67% of AMERICANS want it also, would have loved to see Russia in this.

    Now global citizen i wont even bother with going into too much detail but
    USA 72%
    UK 62%

    No i don’t think “Brits” are that stupid.

    UK Independent and Evening Standard owned by Russian (ex KGB) oligarch Alexander Lebedev;
    Media and banking tycoon Alexander Lebedev has said he plans to give up on business in Russia because of unprecedented pressure from the security services.

    A newspaper written by a crook and a Russian one to boot – Mr Putin has an eye on him i am sure.

  6. #6 by mothman777 on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    Reblogged this on Mothman777's Blog and commented:
    Jews got to ’em.

    One world government would undoubtedly be led by genocidal Jews and lead to mass slaughters of immense numbers under intended worldwide Noahide Laws.

    Checks and balances in the form of the maintenance of a great number of independent nations are absolutely vital to preserve what little remains of the freedoms of the peoples of the world.

    And within each nation, the more devolution the better.

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