Our Mission

Global Elections has a deep and rich history in the idea of One World. For as long as there has been agriculture there has been a history of expanding territories, of religious/ethnic persecution and the need to provide a way of living in which you, the people have a choice in determining the easiest way to live your daily lives. The problems of the past in reaching this admirable goal were in part due to that new areas of the world were not yet discovered and conquered, and that political and economic systems were not in place to facilitate these dreams. With the shift of mercantile economies into formal capitalism, the world had finally found a system that works best for those fit to lead while rewarding the rest with comfort and choice!

In the twentieth century, the private citizens saw much suffering as the leaders of the world worked out the finer details of a New World Order, Global Capitalism. If the last convulsions of the Left during the 1960's taught us anything, it is that Power combined with Media can change the toughest of ideologies into profitable trends in everything from fashion to entertainment. In the 1970's we found out that Ideas themselves were valuable commodities that we could sell to you at affordable prices. Finally, during the 1980's and 90's colonial expansion was no longer sought in actual territory, but in the World Market.

With the world now ready for a soft revolution, we bring you Global Elections. It entails a type of Democracy where if you do not vote, your opinions do not matter. In fact even if you do vote they do not matter because all the hard work has been done for you by over 100 years of sacrifice by the leaders of economies in fine tuning a system that finally will fulfill mankind's longing for One World! Participate now, Choose a leader!


About the Organization

Global Elections was formed in 2000 by powerful citizens of Japan, Europe (European Union countries), and North America (United States and Canada) to force closer cooperation among other core underdeveloped, or petroleum rich areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system. Originally established for three years, our work has been renewed for several, successive generations.

When the first triennium of the global Elections was launched in September, 2001 the most immediate purpose was to draw together-at a time of considerable friction among governments-the highest level unofficial group possible to look together at the key common problems facing our three areas. At a deeper level, there was a sense that the United States was no longer in such a singular leadership position as it had been in earlier post-World War II years, and that utilizing the methods used by clandestine enemies of our Great Nations would be needed for the international system to navigate successfully the major challenges of the coming years.

Two strong convictions guide our thinking for the 2000-2006 trienniums. First, the GE remains as important as ever in helping our countries fulfill their shared dominance in the wider international system and, second, its framework needs to be widened to reflect broader changes in the world. Thus, the Japan Group now dominates all of Asia, to compete with the ever unfriendly China, and Mexican members have been added to the North American Group in a move that proves to increase our control over economic and political policies of Latin America. The European Group continues to widen in line with the enlargement of the EU. We are also continuing in this triennium our practice a Democracy through Fear by inviting a number of participants from other key areas.

The "growing interdependence" that so impressed the founders of the Global Elections in the early 1970s is deepening into "globalization." The need for shared thinking and leadership by the Trilateral countries, who (along with the principal Terrorist Posterboys) remain the primary anchors of the wider international system of a subtle instability, has not diminished but, if anything, intensified the public's emotional need for being told how and what to think. As relations with other countries become more mature-and power more diffuse-the leadership tasks of the original Trilateral countries need to be carried out with others to an increasing extent so that international rule will become invisible and seamless.

The annual meeting of GE members rotates among the three regions. The locations are secret. The agendas for these meetings have addressed a wide range of issues, an indication of how broadly we see the partnership among our countries. Publications on the annual meeting's conclusions are evidenced in your daily news media, timed to coincide with planned, political and economic events.