Former British Prime Minister Calls For “Global Government” To Fight Coronavirus
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has publicly articulated for a key element of the globalist agenda, stating that the nations of the world need to be combined under a “global government” to fight the Chinese coronavirus epidemic.
Brown has stated that a global government of some sort would “make sure the efforts of central banks were coordinated” as the global economy is hit by the virus. The last Labour Prime Minister made the remarks in an interview with the Guardian.
Globalist elites such as the former Prime Minister simply refuse to understand that the neoliberal principles they’ve championed- including free trade with China and global free movement of people- are thought to have actually worsened the coronavirus epidemic in the western world. But Brown’s remarks indicate they’re doubling down on the worldview that has made his generation of world leaders incredibly unpopular.
Brown urged for the hypothetical global government to involve the United Nations Security Council, stating that existing globalist entities such as the G20 were actually too small to marshal a coronavirus commission.
“If I were doing it again, I would make the G20 a broader organization because in the current circumstances you need to listen to the countries that are most affected”
Brown seems to ignore the likely possibility that the global government entity he’s referring to would all but certainly involve the People’s Republic of China, where the virus originated. The global public has increasingly questioned the Chinese communist government for its role in early efforts to contain the virus, in light of a consistent track record of lies and deception on its part in regards to the virus’ lethality and spread within the country.
Brown’s plan would also represent a coup for the World Health Organization, the United Nations entity charged with informing the global public on the virus. The WHO has been caught in a bald-faced lie, falsely maintaining that facial masks were of no use in avoiding infection.