Angela Merkel captured by EU and UN.
Germany in the midst of a migrant crisis seems to be failing to defend its culture and way of life. Germany's leader, Angela Merkel, seems captured by the EU and UN. My book shows the latter created a new globally dominant ideology, Neoliberal Absolutism, which has determined western culture and global freedom for decline. I regard neoliberal absolutism as 'evil' because it seems extemely likely that people would not be able to think for themselves or even have a conscience of their own.
Do Germans really want to align themselves with ‘evil’?
Anthony Ravlich Human rights author, activist, outsider (26yrs)
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It seems obvious what a strong leader would do when a country’s culture and way of life is under threat and that is to defend it.
I am talking about the sexual assaults on women in Germany very largely by Muslim migrants.
It would seem obvious to increase the police force and have a zero tolerance towards such crime. And, in my view, a tough approach would respected by the migrants.
But it seems very clear that Angela Merkel is not a strong leader, in fact, she could be described as traitorous in failing to defend the culture.
Angela Merkel certainly appears to be a puppet of the European Union and the United Nations and, in my view, is aligning herself with an ‘evil’ ideology.
In my recent book I show that on 10 Dec 2008 the United Nations created a new globally dominant ideology which I call neoliberal absolutism. I regard the latter as ‘evil’ because in my view, based on about 20 years of experience of a form of totalitarianism, people would not be able to think for themselves or even have a conscience of their own.
The existence of neoliberal absolutism was never made public by the global mainstream media but my research is verifiable.
I discovered what the UN was doing more by accident than design.
My recent book follows on from my previous where I describe the discussions which led to the creation of neoliberal absolutism over a four year period from 2004 to 2008. The following book is my latest with much greater clarity regarding the consequences of neoliberal absolutism:
The Ebook is free. My book, 'Ethical Human Rights: Freedom's Great Hope' (American Academic Press, 2017). Ebook link provided by my publishers: https://books.google.com/books…
Neoliberal absolutism resulted in a major rebalance of global ideological and economic power from the West to the Rest. My book shows neoliberal absolutism determines Western civilization and global freedom for decline.
Also, it seems irrefutable that neoliberal absolutism was the real cause of the global financial crisis in 2008 which had its major impact on the European Union.
The new globally dominant ideology promotes totalitarianism, repressive States and political Islam which has seen latter States rise at the UN to virtually control the UN’s human rights agenda.
Neoliberal absolutism involves both sets of human rights in the Universal Declaration i.e. civil and political rights and economic, social and cultural rights. It gives the impression that humanity now has all the human rights in the Universal Declaration but the UN has a ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda and when coupled with the Universal Declaration created neoliberal absolutism, a draconian totalitarianism which seems well suited for a one world government.
Although given what the UN has hidden from humanity it is very difficult to see how they could ever be trusted to preside over a one world government.
The UN’s ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda involves major violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights while the great majority of States in voting for it violated the UN Charter which requires that they uphold the Universal Declaration.
Because of the UN’s gross human rights malpractice I recommend that the West boycotts the UN until it removes its ‘hidden’ collectivist agenda.
The major opposition to neoliberal absolutism came from America with some support from the American camp at the UN e.g. Britain, Canada, Australia and Japan. It certainly appears Muslim majority countries voted in support of neoliberal absolutism.
Put simply, international human rights law is meant to reflect the Universal Declaration but it is evident that there are a number of human rights omissions (all clearly described in chapter one) related to creativity e.g. individual self-determination i.e. the seeking of truth, hopes and dreams, while growth based on creativity was replaced by growth based on exploitation under international law.
In my view, the elimination of creativity cripples populations resulting in backward cultures but also, because of greater top-down control, makes it very hard for populations to hold their leaders to account. It seems obvious that the great majority of State leaderships are using the UN to protect their own interests out of the sight of their populations and voters.
The democratic will of the people would seem the best way to counter the ‘evil’ that has descended on Germany if Germans choose to protect their culture and way of life.
Often ideology promoted by the whole establishment takes precedence over the democratic will of the people but unlikely if the people are intelligent enough to see that what has descended upon them is ‘evil’ and vote another political party into power.