A few weeks ago, I was telling an acquaintance with left leaning beliefs, who is educated about Monsanto, and decries it's genetically modified food, why I disliked the United Nations. I was able to prove to her that Monsanto is teamed up with the United Nations via the United Nations Global Compact and showed her the applicable links. If you really want to understand the NET as it were of the New World Order, really the research is right there for the taking if you know where to look. I wrote about Monsanto's membership in the United Nations Global Compact here:
"Monsanto trying to take over world seed supply, nation by nation"
Monsanto is one of those corporations that joined the UN Global Compact.
From their website:
"In 2009, Monsanto joined the United Nations Global Compact, the world's largest corporate citizenship and sustainability initiative. This strategic policy initiative is for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. The Compact is both a policy platform and a practical framework for companies that are committed to sustainability and responsible business practices."
The UN GLOBAL COMPACT, is the joining of businesses and corporations with the goals and aims of the UN. More Tower of Babel stuff for the Antichrist kingdom.
So I was over at that link the other day for a reason and thought to myself "What OTHER companies in America are part of this?
It's quite a few companies, 481 at this counting, including big names you had heard of. To find the list google UN Global Compact, go to the banner and then the buttons underneath and press the one that says Participants and Stakeholders and click on Participant Search and then whatever country you want to look up:
There are some big company names on there that you will recognize, make sure you proceed past page 1 and 2, as well as others that include Monsanto, food/beverage/clothing producers, pharmaceutical companies, automobile makers, and a well-known department store.
Guess who is one of the directors of the U.N. Global Compact Foundation? This is the fund raising arm of the United Nations Global Compact....
"Private sector contributions provide vital support to United Nations Global Compact projects, helping advance corporate change and innovation around environmental, social and governance issues."
From ND newswire "ND Expert: A response to the Vatican’s call for a global economic authority" article dated Oct 25,2011
"common good" stuff again...and keep in mind what I just posted on regarding the Pope's calls for world government
See this too:
From Notre Dame website: "Rev. Oliver Williams, C.S.C.
Associate Professor of Management"
So wonder America is in trouble when so many of it's large corporations have aligned with the United Nations and it's goals, and the Catholic church's hands are right in there.