Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has once again issued calls in favor of increased globalism and one world government. An advocate of liberal internationalism and multilateral military interventions, as well as a stalwart of the European Union, Blair warns that the EU risks losing out to the economic might of China, India, Brazil, and other booming economies.

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa (left) is perceived by many to be leading his country down the road of Venezuelan-style statism, socialism, and dictatorship — increasingly so in the past several weeks.

In the most recent example, a May 7 constitutional referendum — despite opposition members and activists in the human rights community labeling the 10 proposed areas of reform a power grab on behalf of Correa’s government (including the proposal to give the President more of a say over judicial appointments) — the President's "reforms" received widespread support from Ecuadorian voters. While casting his vote, President Correa dismissed the opposition's concerns. "They've been saying it's totalitarian... [a word] used for a state in which things are done by force. We're doing this democratically," he protested.

Recently, The New American published an article chronicling the concessions being consistently made to our named enemy in Afghanistan, the Taliban.

The story in the Telegraph (of London) reports:

Hotel Suvretta HouseThe amount of publicity garnered by the secretive Bilderberg conference this year in St. Moritz, Switzerland, far surpassed the coverage afforded to past gatherings of the elite cabal, with major media outlets and international news wires finally reporting on the yearly event after refusing to do so for over five decades. Protests, the alternative media, and anti-Bilderberg politicians played an important role in spreading the news.

Britain has joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel in asserting that the flood of illegal immigrants that swamped Italy will not be permitted access to Britain.

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