Belize, Issues, Politics

Points to Ponder Aug 24

Flag of the Caribbean Common Market and Commun...
Flag of the Caribbean Common Market and Community (CARICOM) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I know many think all this talk of Purposefully crippling economies, NWO and such are just Conspiracy Theories. But when things happen in unison, branch off and either cause or affect each other, is it really just Theories?

I have a question..

Seeing that the NAU (North American Union) and the AMERO are on schedule to be rolled out some time in the near future. How does the issues affecting Belize relate to these two things?
Me thinks we are being used as Guinea Pigs to test the results of a Nation being released of its Nationhood and a failed economy as that will need to happen for a new currency to roll out.

I had mentioned this in the past, leaders from all over the world are calling for the NWO and a one world currency.

NAFTA – The pre-curser to the NAU

Currently there are:

  • African Union (AU)
  • European Union (EU)
  • Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
  • Central American Integration System (SICA)
  • Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (CCASG)
  • Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  • Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC)
  • South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)
  • Union of South American Nations (UNASUR)
  • Union State
  • Arab League – soon to be Arab Union
  • Caribbean Community (CARICOM) – soon to be Caribbean Federation
  • Turkic Council (TurkKon)
  • Pacific Islands Forum – soon to be Pacific Union
Let’s see….
  • ICJ – The New World Legal system
  • UN – The New world Security system
  • WHO – The New World Health system
  • IMF – The New World Financial System

Ever heard of the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly?

A United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) is a proposed addition to the United Nations System that would allow for participation of member nations’ legislators and, eventually, direct election of United Nations (UN) parliament members by citizens worldwide. The idea was raised at the founding of the League of Nations in the 1920s and again following the end of World War II in 1945, but remained dormant throughout the Cold War. In the 1990s and 2000s, the rise of global trade and the power of world organizations that govern it led to calls for a parliamentary assembly to scrutinize their activity. The Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly was formed in 2007 to coordinate pro-UNPA efforts, which as of July 2013 has received the support of over 800 Members of Parliament from over 100 countries worldwide and is supported by over 5,000 people. And there people is the foundation for your One World Government.

The starting point to which Belize is tied… CARICOM passport and the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), participating are Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago. The CARICOM passport creates awareness that CARICOM nationals are nationals of the Community, as well as a specific country. One of the Goals of the CSME is “Implementation of a CARICOM Monetary Union.”

CSME  goals for 2010 – 2015

Phase 2 is to take place between 2010 and 2015 and consists of the consolidation and completion of the Single Economy. It is expected that decisions taken during Phase 1 would be implemented within this time period, although the details will depend on the technical work, consultations and decisions that would have been taken. Phase 2 will include:

  • Harmonisation of taxation systems, incentives and the financial and regulatory environment
  • Implementation of common policies in agriculture, energy-related industries, transport, small and medium enterprises, sustainable tourism and agro-tourism
  • Implementation of the Regional Competition Policy and Regional Intellectual Property Regime
  • Harmonisation of fiscal and monetary policies
  • Implementation of a CARICOM Monetary Union. Link 1 Link 2

Will be posting more as I dig around some more…


Keeping up with the happening around the region I stumbled on a very interesting article in the CaribJournal. Basically  it rolls right off what I had posted above. Let’s see:

As the Caribbean integration movement continues its search for traction, CARICOM Secretary General Irwin LaRocque says the regional body is continuing its integration quest “with an outlook that is shaped by new thinking and different approaches.”

CARICOM’s relatively new Change Team met with stakeholders across the region this year, and the regional body is currently readying its draft Five-Year Strategic Plan, which will set out a new common vision for CARICOM and identify priority areas of focus.

I urge you fellow Belizeans to open your eyes and see what is really happening around and to you both directly or indirectly.

CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME)

Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU)

Founded in Barbados by the Heads of Agreement in 1989, it enjoys, in its member constituencies, full legal personality and capacity to contract, acquire and dispose of real and personal property and to be party to legal proceedings. It also enjoys immunities and privileges accorded to diplomatic and international organizations of equal status.

The objectives of the Union shall be:-

  • To facilitate the coordination of the planning, programming and development of intra regional and international communications networks to meet the immediate and future telecommunications needs of the Region.
  • To assist the development of the national components of regional and international telecommunications networks.
  • To promote the general awareness of the telecommunications needs of the Caribbean Region and its potential for promoting the socio-economic development of the Region.
  • To encourage the exchange of information, views and ideas between the telecommunications administrations of Members.
  • To foster coordination within the Caribbean Region of technical standards and routing plans for intraregional and international traffic.
  • To seek the adoption of efficient operating methods in national, regional and international telecommunications services.
  • To harmonize as far as possible the positions of Members in preparation for international and regional telecommunications conferences and other meetings.
  • To encourage and assist members in the establishment and development of telecommunications industries.
  • To encourage the transfer of technology in the field of telecommunications among Members.
  • To establish linkages with the information bases of other telecommunications organisations and, in particular, the Centre for Telecommunications Development at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in Geneva.
Again.. I will continue to update this article as I find more information..
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