Patrick Wood: Reflexive Law: New Legal System Driving Sustainable Development

Patrick Wood: Reflexive Law: New Legal System Driving Sustainable Development

San Pedro River, Hereford, Arizona

San Pedro River, Hereford, Arizona

 Written by Patrick Wood and published at  Technocracy dot News

Every society in history has been hinged on compatible systems of social structure, economics and politics. And, every unique society is regulated by a compatible legal system that settles all disputes between its citizens. In the Western world and especially in America, this is revered as the “Rule of Law”.

On August 26, 2014 the New York Times blasted out the head­line, Obama Pur­suing Cli­mate Accord in Lieu of Treaty. In short, Obama was to use Exec­u­tive Orders to entangle the U.S. in a global “treaty” on cli­mate change, without con­sulting the U.S. Senate. How­ever, the Con­sti­tu­tion requires the Senate to vote on all treaties and the bar is high: It takes a two-third vote to approve.

To the globalist, the Con­sti­tu­tion is out. The Rule of law has col­lapsed. Reflexive Law has sur­passed it all. The bal­ance of this article will show you how and why.

If you are saying “Huh?”, you had better read every word of this report and figure it out, because this might be the most impor­tant shard of evi­dence ever revealed about the wrenching trans­for­ma­tion of Amer­ican society.

Obama’s prin­cipal adviser and “nego­tiator” on this so-called cli­mate accord was John Podesta, and this whole treaty-by-executive-order debacle can be laid squarely at his feet. Until just recently, Podesta was a member of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion. He was Bill Clinton’s chief-of-staff in the 1990s and the orig­inal insti­gator of Exec­u­tive Branch policy of using Exec­u­tive Orders to bypass Con­gress on cer­tain issues. Clinton, also a Tri­lat­eral member, cre­ated many such EO’s to side-step Con­gress, and Con­gress unfor­tu­nately let him get away with it.

Enough about Podesda. Just remember that he was the prime mover in what I am about to reveal.

The NYT article stated,

To side­step that require­ment [of a 2/3 Senate vote], Pres­i­dent Obama’s cli­mate nego­tia­tors are devising what they call a “polit­i­cally binding” deal that would “name and shame” coun­tries into cut­ting their emis­sions. The deal is likely to face strong objec­tions from Repub­li­cans on Capitol Hill and from poor coun­tries around the world, but nego­tia­tors say it may be the only real­istic path.

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Please read entire article at Technocracy.News —  http://technocracy.news/index.php/2015/10/23/reflexive-law-the-new-legal-system-driving-sustainable-development/

Thank you,

Salute!

Elias Alias, editor