Under socialism all will govern in turn and will soon become accustomed to no one governing  Vladmir Lenin

New Federalism


New System


Corporate Mafia




Between 1993 and 2000, Clinton's 'Reinvented' Our Government

Aligning it with the UN System

"In 1993, President Clinton asked me to figure out how to make government work better and cost less," the vice president said. "We called it reinventing government. The need to reinvent was clear. Confidence in government -- which is simply confidence in our own ability to solve problems by working together -- had been plummeting for three decades. We either had to rebuild that faith or abandon the future to chaos.

“As part of the initiative to reinvent government, the Clinton administration is reforming the federal grant process into a system of "performance partnerships" that respond to these smaller governmental units and their local needs….Such partnerships signal a shift away from traditional federal grant programs by moving control and responsibility back to the people.”


Jim Fuller, USIA said "With these words, President Bill Clinton, in his foreword to the Blair House Papers proposed a new public management model for the federal government, one based on forging new partnerships with state and local government:"  Issues of Democracy, April 1997:

"The era of big government is over, but the era of big challenges is not. People want smaller government, but they also want active and effective national leadership. They want government that provides them the means and opportunities to meet their responsibilities and solve their own problems."


With these words President Bill Clinton, in his foreword to the Blair House Papers, proposed a new public management model for the federal government, one based on forging new partnerships with state and local governments.


The UN and Civil Society - Partnerships

United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) emphasize ever increasing partnerships of the United Nations with Civil Society Organizations, (CSOs), including with the private sector and with other international organizations.

Clinton's "new public management model" is actually an old public management model. 


/soviet, sov-/

  • noun 1 (Soviet) a citizen of the former Soviet Union. 2 an elected council in the former Soviet Union. 3 a revolutionary council of workers or peasants in Russia before 1917.

  • adjective (Soviet) of or concerning the former Soviet Union.

  — DERIVATIVES Sovietism noun Sovietize (also Sovietise) verb

  — ORIGIN Russian sovet ‘council’.

Unelected boards, councils and commissions are "soviets".  The soviets are given regional jurisdictions - overriding elected, representative government to implement the communist agenda for the Union of  Soviet Socialist American States - aka North American Union.  

Under socialism

all will govern in turn

 and will soon become


to no one governing

~ Vladimir Lenin ~

Article                  Amazon


UNESCO - Medium Term Strategy

"Cooperation through partnerships, alliances and other linkages and mechanisms are powerful instruments for addressing global issues, supported by a growing internationalization of civil society and the private sector, largely due to electronic networks.....It is therefore of crucial importance to plan all action, right from the start, within the framework of a partnership system allowing for the most effective distribution of of labour while ensuring effective monitoring of action and results.....UNESCO will also build on its long-established and fruitful relationships with numerous NGO's and representatives of civil society and their umbrella organizations including Associated Schools.... National Commissions, as constituent elements of UNESCO under Article VII of the UNESCO Constitution will continue to act as the central liaison bodies between Member States and the Secretariat....New impetus will be given to UNESCO Clubs, Centres, and Associations.

Gore Speech at the International REGO Conference, January 14, 1999


The Global Compact                  Policy Paper on the Global Compact

"In an address to the World Economic Forum on 31 January 1999, United Nation Secretary-General Kofi Annan challenged business leaders to join an international initiative -- the Global Compact that would bring companies together with UN agencies, labour, and civil society to support universal environmental and social principles....Through the power of collective action, the Global Compact seeks to promote responsible corporate citizenship so that business can be a part of the solution to the challenges of globalisation.  In this way, private sector -- in partnership with other social actors -- can help realize the Secretary-General's vision: a more sustainable and inclusive global economy. "

Look carefully at the chart below.  'Government' is on the outer ring.  The reason for that is because the outer ring is being pushed out by socialist network of 'partners' in the UN system.


The Global Compact Network

"The Global Compact is a network-based initiative. At its core are the Global Compact Office, the Advisory Council and six UN agencies. The Global Compact involves all relevant social actors: governments who define the principles on which the iniative is based, companies, whose actions it seeks to influence, labour, in whose hands the concrete process of global production takes place, civil society organizations, representing the wider community of stakeholders, and the United Nations, the world's only truly global political forum, as an authoritative convener and facilitator."

(Note: They've changed the website, so I had to change the link... but the paragraph from the original link, I left in).

Global Compact Local Networks   (They used to be called cells when we had honest public discourse)


"Local networks are cluster participants who come together to advance the Global Compact and its principles within a particular geographic context.  They perform increasingly important roles in rooting the Global Compact within different national, cultural and language contexts, and also in helping to manage the organizational consequences of rapid expansion. Their role is to facilitate the progress of companies (both local firms and subsidiaries of foreign corporations) engaged in the compact with respect to implementation of the ten principles, while also creating opportunities for multi-stakeholder engagement."

American Corporations who signed on to the Global Compact.  But keep in mind that through the WTO all multinational corporations are de facto participating. 

Adecco, USA;
Airguide Magazine;
Aijlon Communications;
Aijlon Consulting, US;
Amerada Hess;
Ameritech Recyclers, Inc.
AngelPoints, Inc.
Axiom Consulting Group, Inc.
BSI, Americas, Inc.
Calvert Group, Ltd.
Can Am Consulting
Canal Bridge Consulting
Captis Healthcare International
CH2M Hill
China US Net Group
Cisco Systems
Creation Chamber
Crystal Window & Door Systems, Ltd.
CSCC - Cal Safety Compliance Corp.
Database Publishing Consultants, Inc.
Davies Consulting, Inc.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
DFI International
E-J Electric Installation
Economic Project Solutions
Era Helicopters, LLC
Four Corners Strategy
Gap, Inc.
GeoLogistics Corp.
Global Alumina
Global Giving
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Hazardous Elimination Corp.
Hewlett-Packard Company
IE Industries Fashions, Inc.
Integrative Medical Services
Japan International Ltd.
JMW Consultants, Inc.
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Lazare Kaplan International, Inc.
Lionbridge Technologies
Logistics Plus
Lucky Sales, Inc.
Macatawa Bay Associates LLC
Mal Warwick & Associates, Inc.
Navigation Public Relations Consulting
Newmont Mining Corp.
Nike, Inc.
Novartis, Inc.
One Nest
OpenSouth Ventures
Pacific Architects and Engineers Inc. (PAE)
Pfizer, Inc.
Presentation Media, Inc.
Public Systems Associates, Inc.
Quidam International
R.A. Heintges & Associates
Ruder Finn, Inc.
Seagate Technologies
Starbucks Coffee Company
Strategic Functional Systems, Ltd.
The Learning Trust
The Omanhene Cocoa Bean Company
The Sun Land Group Corp.
The Wet Seal, Inc.
Thomas Rutherfoord, Inc.
TLC Beatrice (China) Ltd.
Trimtab Management Systems
Tweezerman Corp.
Universal Staff Agency
Utair Aviation JSC
WSI Technologies, Inc.



[1] Globalization and the Culture of Capitalism, William R. Frisbee, Ph.D, Faculty of Management, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada; Abstract; http://www.hicbusiness.org/biz2003proceedings/William%20R.%20Frisbee.pdf