NWO: U.N. Chief Guterres Calls for One Supreme Body of ‘Global Governance’ By Powerful Institutions and Not State Governments

The world needs an overarching level of multilateral governance that can sideline problematic “national interests” U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Thursday, lamenting what he called, existing U.N. instruments such as the Security Council that have teeth but “show little or no appetite to bite.”

Guterres announced that the world needed a “new model for global governance” that “must be based on full, inclusive and equal participation in global institutions.” 

On the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the adoption of the U.N. Charter, Guterres said there is a need to “re-imagine the way nations cooperate.” He said,

“We need a networked multilateralism, bringing together the U.N. system, regional organisations, international financial institutions and others. And we need an inclusive multilateralism, drawing on the indispensable contributions of civil society, business, cities, regions and, in particular, with greater weight given to the voices of youth.”

He further said,

“The problem is that today’s multilateralism lacks scale, ambition and teeth. And some of the instruments that do have teeth, show little or no appetite to bite, as has recently been the case with the difficulties faced by the Security Council.”