More background on the UN. The United Nations was originally conceived as the backbone institution of the One World Order, a 20th century vision by a global group of financiers, politicians and others. Nation states would eventually dissolve and a global governance system emerge in its wake. Carroll Quigley's lengthy book, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in our Time goes into great detail on the formation of this institution and the vision of the One World Order. In more recent years, President George H.W. Bush has referred to this as the One World Order and President Bill Clinton billed the Neo-liberal order. Dr. Quigley was a professor of history at the foreign Service School of Georgetown University. The UN today remains a flagship for shaping global policies influencing the family and many other areas of life including the environment and even our county level growth management plans (these are UN mandated millennial goals) here in the US that people may be familiar with. Powerful institution.
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