"To achieve world government,
it is necessary to remove from the minds of men,
their individualism, loyalty to family traditions,
national patriotism and religious dogmas."
by:
Dr. G. Brock Chisolm
(1896-1971) Canadian World War I veteran, medical practitioner, first Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), first head of the World Federation of Mental Health
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A pro-communist agitator, and quite possibly a leading figure instrumental in the decline of many states with pernicious and immoral ideas. A charlatan, whose destructive doctrines have infiltrated the integrity of many of our educational institutions, and has greatly influenced, possibly in hand and/or related with controlled media, the seed of many towns and cities. The mentor and professor of Anti-Western values, and quite possibly, has greatly influenced Neo-Communist activities throughout the Western Hemisphere.
 -- Eliab, Westland     
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    crap!
     -- shrty, dallas     
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    First, mis-classed under many categories - most of which is "agnosticism." Second, the quotation is highly opposed to liberty in so many ways. Removing from the minds of men their individualism? What!? World government? What!? And, without family tradition and traditional morality and religion, as F.A. Hayek argued, society collapses into chaos - and into that vacuum left by the destruction of society steps the decivilizing state. Not much about liberty in this quotation!
     -- Tom, Fairfax, VA     
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    As a Socialist/Communist, I would agree mostly with this quote. To achieve a "USA" type of government, aka the corruptions of capitalism, the above mentioned quote is most likely true. Sad, but true.
     -- Miss. Socialism, no mands land     
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     -- Anonymous      
    This guy's an idiot
     -- Valerie Feria-Isacks, Fremont, CA USA     
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    This person has gone though a Jesuit brainwashing. He is under mind control.
     -- danny, atlanta     
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    I agree with part of that. But a world "government" in my mind would optimally end at a reasonable and limited court system. This system's main function would be to ensure property rights. Individualism would be prominent and necessary, as would tradition. Removal of religion and national patriotism is, however, necessary to obtaining an united and free world.
     -- Josh Sanders, Columbus, OH     
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    Danny - boy, don't be a blamin' just Jesuits for this moron's views on life. But he was a Moron for sure.
     -- Dougmcr8, Springfield, VA     
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    These policies are being followed by the western governments of the day. The one world government is definately in the cards. Unless that is, "we the people" stand up to it.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    Not shooting the messenger but rating the quote only: To achieve world government, it is necessary to accomplish the tyrants's dream. All word definitions and concepts concerning freedom and liberty must be removed from the minds of men and changed to support the new slave master and his religion (theocratic reign), so that their individualism will be reprogrammed to support the borg, loyalty to family traditions will be replaced with the tyrannical social engineer's political correctness, national patriotism will be replaced with a slave's obedience to the grand master(s) and all his media defined politically correct desires, and because the being, 'homo sapiens' is/are inherently a religious creature - no competing belief systems will be allowed in the theocratic collective- dogmas supporting the collective will be all that is tolerated. To achive freedom and liberty, stay clear of the quotes dogmas.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    This quote is exactly right as it would take all of this to achieve world government. World government is another name for hell on earth.
     -- jim kilpatrick, austin,tx     
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    I agree with Mike, and the quote is very true. But my rating is for the message. ;-)
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    If what this quote says is true to achieve a 1 world government,than I can say it won't happen in my lifetime.
     -- Anonymous     
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    Great quote. Perfect statement of the intentions of the left.
     -- warren, olathe     
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    The only reason I'm giving this any stars, is because of how f*ed up it is.
     -- ashley, saginaw     
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    I don't agree entirely with this quote (I think individuality is extremely important) but I do tend to think that religious dogmas and blind patriotism sometimes get in the way of needed progress.
     -- Anonymous     
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    I am not sure I endorse world government as an ideal but I am in favour of universal social justice and peace. I doubt that world government will deliver that. Too easy for it to be hijacked by some self-appointed elite. A balance though has to be found between individualism and community and the ideal balance varies over time and space. Generally though, humans are irreducibly social animals. The robber barons who run big business are just as intent on atomising society as anyone. Suits Chicago School economic theory. This is where the radical left and right find common ground>
     -- Stuart Mathieson, Dunedin NZ     
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    This quote is made up by someone with an agenda, you won't find a reputable source for it, only internet propaganda.
     -- Sean, New Jersey     
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    You people are so fucking stupid, look at what is really being said. Look around you. LOOK at what's happening, there is no individual will anymore, everyone copies big celebs, religion is practically dead. In fact, they are winning. Just look at responses here.. God have mercy on your souls.
     -- Anonymous, England     
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    The effusions of a true believing One Worlder.

    Beelzebub himself could not have stated it better.
     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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    "One of the least well understood strategies of the world revolution now moving rapidly torward its goal is the use of mind control as a major means of obtaining the consent of the people who will be subjects of the New World Order."

    K.M. Heaton - The Educator


     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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