Helen Clark was the first female Prime Minister in the history of New Zealand. She is both a socialist and a globalist. During the five years and seven months that I lived in New Zealand, she was the prime minister for 2 of those years. Helen Clark was in office for a total of nine years (three full terms).
The gossip in New Zealand was simple, Helen Clark was to go along with the “new world order” which is really the “old world order” and if she did upon exiting her position as New Zealand’s Prime Minister would be appointed into a key position at the United Nations.
Today Helen Clark is “officially”the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. You can read about it: here.
So why is this upsetting me now back in America? Why do I worry about this woman being in this position?
My working definition of global governance will be that of Lawrence Finkelstein, former Professor of Political Science at Northern Illinois University and former Vice-President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Writing in 1995, in the first issue of the journal Global Governance, he suggested that global governance could be defined as“governing, without sovereign authority, relationships that transcend national frontiers. Global governance is doing internationally what governments do at home.”1
If you would like to read her entire speech with comments based on her new job at the United Nations, click here now: http://community.scoop.co.nz/2012/11/helen-clark-improving-global-governance/
This did not start with Helen Clark. It was announced by President George H.W. Bush. Don’t believe me? Watch: