“We must establish an authoritarian, universal regime, a form of government which covers the entire world” (Adam Wesihaupt)
“The barrier which must be breached is the nation” (Edmond de Rothschild)
“We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.” (Paul Warburg)
“The European community itself is merely a step towards the organizational structures of tomorrow” (Jean Monnet)
“Together we will go towards this New World Order. And nobody, I mean, nobody, will be able to oppose this.” (Nicolas Sarkozy)
“We will have a world government, I don’t know whether it will be before or after the Third World War, but we will have one.” (Jacques Attali)
We translate the work of French writers who oppose plans for world government.
Those who actively work to eliminate national borders and destroy nation-states, in order to pave the way for global governance, are often referred to as “globalists”. Their messianic project to unify the entire planet has been brilliantly exposed by French authors such as Hervé Ryssen, Pierre Hillard, Philippe Ploncard d’Assac, and Johan Livernette, to name but a few.
The implementation of the globalist project has, of course, a geostrategic dimension. For this reason, we have translated various articles on the geopolitical situation in Europe and in the Middle East. As you will see, both the crisis in Europe and the widening conflict in the Middle East are all consequences of the globalist plan in action.