"I read that treaty," says Lord Christopher Monckton, as retailed by Watts up with that. "And what it says is this, that a world government is going to be created. The word 'government' actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity."
Yea, right! You've finally noticed. But what about the rest of it? The bit Monckton has got wrong is his assertion that a world government is going to be created. It is already there ... in embryonic form ... and the process has been going on for decades.
It is a "conspiracy in plain sight", just like the EU – which is part of it. Nobody talks about it though – except fringe nutters. If you get serious, you are dismissed as part of the tin hat brigade. Much better to get stuck into Common Purpose, or something nearer home. But at least Monckton has lifted a tiny corner of the rug, and peered at the horrors underneath.
By the time the rest of the world wakes up, it will be too late. It probably already is.