Free trade was the bait for creating an international government with managed trade


UKAS sells its accreditation, like the ISO standards, as facilitating free trade and as an alternative to regulation.

Gary North’s essay Brexit: Bait and Switch Unplugged summarises the history of globalist plans to control trade by regulation beginning with the Zollverein customs union, 1833.

“They proclaimed the doctrine of free trade, but always with this proviso: free trade was the bait for creating an international government with managed trade.”

Read the essay.  Understand accreditation in its wider historical context of market controls.

 

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