Mikhail Gorbachev

Creatively Marketing Global Communism


"I am a Communist, a convinced Communist! For some that may be a fantasy. But to me it is my main goal ~ Mikhail Gorbachev

Gorbachev At the Presidio?    What's THAT About?

The answer to that question was given in a letter of response to wit:   

"The core mission of the State of the World Forum is to establish an enabling environment and to serve as a Secretariat for the gathering of leaders and citizens from around the world and a spectrum of diciplines to search together for those new frameworks of values required for this new phase of human development; and within this context to take concerted action -- strategic initiatives -- to help give shape to the world we envision".

"Many of earlier civilizations which have largely appeared over the 6,000 years of our recorded history have largely been created by groups of so-called "creative minorities" or "sapiential circles" -- independent individuals who came together to articulate and take up challenges being ignored by declining and out-dated concepts, organizations and governments."

So.. Gorby came to the U.S. to help us out with our 'out-dated concepts, organizations and government'.   

Isn't that Special? 

Notice on the left hand side of the letter, the members of the board - included James Baker III.   


On September 21, 2000, Paul Likoudis writes in The Wanderer...


NEW YORK - Former Soviet Communist Party boss Mikhail Gorbachev, founder of the State of the World Forum six years ago, used a $5,000 per person gathering of the world's political and business elite to plea for the United Nations to adopt a Soviet-style "central authority" to manage the world's business and environmental concerns.

Gorby's 'Sapiential' Circles Deciding The Fate Of Our Nation

One of the strategic initiatives of the State of the World Forum is the Commission on Globalization.

The proposal for an international, cross-sectoral Commission on Globalization grew out of Forum 2000, convened September 4-10, 2000 in New York by the State of the World Forum in partnership with over one hundred organizations worldwide. Entitled “Shaping Globalization: Convening the Community of Stakeholders,” the purpose of the conference purpose was to conduct a “post-Seattle” multi-stakeholder dialogue on globalization, and was timed to coincide with the United Nations Millennium Summit of Heads of State.


"Non-governmental organizations must play a vital role, working alongside committed governments. I know that the State of the World Forum has been active in this area for many years… The Ottawa Convention banning landmines was driven by the work of many NGOs which forced governments to tackle what they thought was unachievable. New tools, such at the Internet, break down traditional barriers between people, and help mobilize public opinion not just nationally, but internationally.”

Rt. Hon. Helen Clark

Prime Minister,

New Zealand


From the 'Cross Sectoral' Initiatives:


"The issue underlying cross sectoral deliberation is that of establishing democracy at a global level. Currently democracy is defined as nation states sending their representatives to international institutions to debate and make decisions, with civil society and business excluded except for the lobbying they do. The prevailing norm is that only governments make decisions. This notion is limited and increasingly an impediment to effective global action.

As the forces of globalisation compel increasing integration and interdependence, governance, particularly at the global level, will evolve into a much more complex matrix of mutual deliberation and decision making between a range of state and non state actors directly involved in the issue. This will require increased sophistication in how we design and implement cross-sectoral deliberations and practices."


Another strategic initiative from one of the spin-offs of the State of the World Forum is to 'explore' the issue of National Sovereignty in the era of globalization - and Gorby has American comrades strategizing the dissolution of nation-states:


The Sovereignty Revolution

By Alan Cranston, Edited by Kim Cranston

The Sovereignty Revolution is the late Senator Alan Cranston’s analysis of the problems created by our current conception of sovereignty, “with every nation supreme inside its own borders and acknowledging no master outside them.” As such, it is the last testament of a senior statesman with a deep moral commitment to nuclear disarmament.

This book is an impassioned argument that these conceptions of sovereignty, and in turn the role of international institutions, must change before humanity can effectively resolve the world’s increasingly global challenges, from international terrorism and the proliferation of nuclear weapons to climate change and poverty. Cranston argues that for humanity to survive the twenty-first century, we must adopt a more encompassing understanding of sovereignty, one that acknowledges the primacy of the individual, while emphasizing the importance of strengthening international law and increasing the authority of multilateral institutions, such as the United Nations. The book includes a foreword by Mikhail Gorbachev, an Introduction by Jonathan Schell, and response essays by Jane Goodall and Jonathan Granoff.

Alan Cranston retired in 1993 after serving four terms as a U.S. Senator and fourteen years as Democratic Whip. Especially noteworthy were his efforts in regard to world peace, nuclear arms control, enhanced Hemispheric relations, expanded trade, and reduced military spending. Kim Cranston is Chair of the Global Security Institute. Read more about Alan Cranston.


Vincente Fox is getting lessons from Gorby (and they call Chavez a communist? I suspect that microlending in Mexico is transport money for the coyotes.  Mexico reduces 'poverty' by exporting their poor people here - then they get more money in development credits from the World Bank.  What a deal - for Mexico.):

"We have learned much in the last year from our experiences with people we have met through the State of the World Forum network. In our meeting with Muhammed Yunus we learned about microlending, and about how to extend a financial system to all those citizens who do not have access to vital resources. We are very proud to say that in a few weeks, we will open an institution very similar to Grameen Bank.”

Vicente Fox





 'National Sovereignty and Universal Challenges' is a product of one of their conferences.  

Here is an excerpt from the Executive Summary of the Brussels Conference in 2003  -

Whither the state? - Sovereignty in the 21st Century

The question of national sovereignty sat at the heart of most, if not all, conversations at the conference.  Gareth Evans, President of the International Crisis Group, noted that the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia system of sovereignty had de facto been eroded by a host of factors, from moral limits on states’ limits of action to the increasing significance of actors at both supranational and sub-national level and the increasing interconnectedness wrought by globalisation.  Sovereignty is now being reasserted, he continued – above all by the United States.  Yet today’s world is one in which borders have become an increasingly abstract concept.  Neither people, goods nor capital are limited by borders; problems often affect many states simultaneously; and many problems are beyond the capacity of single states to solve.

Of particular importance, according to both Evans and Georges Berthoin, was the need to reconceptualise the idea of “the national interest”.  As Evans observed, co-operation tends to breed more co-operation; this principle of reciprocity has been a basic principle of human relationships throughout history, but as yet has not been applied very successfully to international relations.

Donald Devine of Bellevue University countered that the Westphalian system had not been particularly successful in attaining its stated goal of peace and stability.  With regard to the present day, he argued that international organisations are simply unable to govern other states: treaty regimes do not function well, and powerful states that do not wish to join treaties cannot be compelled to do so. 

Former Canadian Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy argued that security has now transcended the nation-state and become an individual concern: innocent civilians can be targeted precisely because they are innocent.  As a result, sovereignty could now be re-interpreted as the ability of a state to protect its citizens; when a state will not or cannot do so, then intervention (or abrogation of sovereignty) is justified.  This is particularly acute in the case of failed states, which can all too easily become breeding grounds for terrorism.

American Conservative Union Chairman David Keene noted perceptively that some participants appeared unsure whether sovereignty was ‘a good thing ‘or not.  In the context of climate change, for instance, some participants felt that national sovereignty was an obstacle in the way of collective action; yet some of the same participants were also implicitly arguing in favour of sovereignty by suggesting that Iraq had been violated through being invaded by the US without an authorising Security Council resolution.




The collapse of the Soviet Union as presented in the western media was a fraud.  The Soviet Union didn't collapse and communism didn't die.  They just reorganized.  That is what Gorby's goal for the United States is... and that's what the UN program of regionalization is about.  The movement is to dissolve the United States as a nation and then to break it up into areas of regional governance under an unelected continental government similar to the European Union. 

Here is the old name - 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 

Here is the new name - 

Commonwealth of Independent States

What's the difference besides a westernized name?  If the Soviet Union... Whoops... I mean the Commonwealth of Independent States lost the cold war, then why is Gorbachev orchestrating communist social organization and policy for the world? 

Communism is alive and well.  It was just repackaged and is being creatively marketed across the United States under the new brand name of 'Civil Society' and Communitarianism with Globalization being given as the driving force.  

Note: The media is a conspirator in the spread of communism - either wittingly or unwittingly.  A few days ago I was listening to the radio (Clear Channel) on my way to the store.  One of the 'News' stories was about a lawsuit in Russia regarding a customer being burned by hot coffee.  Sound familiar?   The News Commentator made a point to say..."see, they are just like we are".  This is propagandizing in it's purest form. 



Gorby Goes Green

"The Global Forum in Moscow has been mentioned by one of you during our introductions. That was the Global Forum in 1990 when I was precocious enough to suggest that perhaps the time had come to create a truly global ecological movement that could perhaps be patterned on the Red Cross and called the Green Cross. So when the Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janiero last year, in a parallel event parliamentary and spiritual leaders from more than 100 countries met at the Global Forum there and decided to launch such a Green Cross movement. And since I launched the Green Cross idea initially, those assembled at the Global Forum invited me to become the Founding President of the Green Cross International."  Mikhail Gorbachev

The environmental policies being implemented in this country in support of Agenda 21 are communist initiatives to eliminate private property in the United States. 

Green Cross International

Global Green - Green Cross In the USA

Founding Principles of the Green Cross

Green Cross Founding Speech


Gorby Goes to School

Gorby's Green Schools Initiative

Capitalism Meets Communism and Cheers -

"California School Districts, Teachers and Environmentalists Join Global Green to Urge Legislature to Pass and Governor to Sign Green Schools Bill (AB315)

Global Green USA today released its Green Schools Report touting the multiple financial, health, academic and environmental benefits of high performance, environmentally sustainable buildings for education facilities. It also urged the California Legislature to pass and the Governor to sign the Green Schools Bill (AB315). The bill would insure that all new school buildings are built as high-performance schools that improve test scores, lower costs for school districts and create healthier classrooms for teachers and students."

[ We can't teach them to read... but what the hell, right?   We can put them in great buildings. ]

The Earth Charter & Education

The Earth Charter is being adopted and used by educators around the world in a diversity of educational settings' schools, institutions of higher education, community and professional development. High school and university educators are finding the Earth Charter a useful resource to incorporate into courses dealing with themes such as ethics, environment, social justice, sustainable development, globalisation, and international relations. Community workers are finding that the Earth Charter can serve important roles in raising peoples awareness of the global challenges we face, and assisting them in evaluating their own situation and deciding on positive courses of action. Primary school teachers are finding the Earth Charter an inspiring vehicle for engaging young learners to think positively and creatively about their futures.


Whole Child

A spin-off off Gorby's State of the World Forum is the 'Whole Child' initiative.  If you are going to 'socialize' children, you have to start young.  That's the objective of Whole Child.  

Here is a pilot program in Florida

With a flash presentation and everything

[Gee... what did families ever do before central planners and social workers?  ]

And look - it's being implemented in New Zealand too!