Americans don’t think for themselves, these think tank owners think for them

The hidden hand behind the UN & UCC
Rome and the Villa Aldobrandini in Rome

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) was originally called “The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law of Rome” This is the institute that developed the UCC [Uniform Commercial Code] & also developed the original drafts of UN commercial law.

The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) is an independent intergovernmental organization with its seat in the Villa Aldobrandini in Rome. Its purpose is to study needs and methods for modernizing, harmonizing and co-ordination of private and in particular commercial law as between States and groups of States.

The word “seat” is important to note. The term “see” comes from the Latin word “sedes”, meaning “seat”, which refers to the Episcopal throne.

Set up in 1926 as an auxiliary organ of the League of Nations, the Institute was, following the demise of the League, re-established in 1940 on the basis of a multilateral agreement, the UNIDROIT Statute .

These are the building overlooking the whole valley up to Rome, it was built on the order of Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini, Pope Clement VIII’s nephew over a pre-existing edifice built by the Vatican prelate Alessandro Rufini in 1550. Pietro Aldobrandini was the “CamerLengo”, the treasurer of the Holy See. Interesting that the villa built by a holy see treasurer is used to draft commercial law for the UN

[URL=http://books.google.com.au/books?id=-mq … t&resnum=2]My Webpage[/URL]

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ACHIEVEMENTS

UNIDROIT has over the years prepared over seventy studies and drafts. Many of these have resulted in international instruments, including the following international Conventions and Model Laws, drawn up by UNIDROIT and – in the case of Conventions – adopted by diplomatic Conferences convened by member States of UNIDROIT:

1964 Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (The Hague);
1964 Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the International Sale of Goods (The Hague);

1970 International Convention on the Travel Contract (Brussels);

1973 Convention providing a Uniform Law on the Form of an International Will (Washington);

1983 Convention on Agency in the International Sale of Goods (Geneva);

1988 UNIDROIT Convention on International Financial Leasing (Ottawa);

1988 UNIDROIT Convention on International Factoring (Ottawa);

1995 UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects (Rome);

2001 Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and Protocol to the Convention on Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment(Cape Town);

2002 Model Franchise Disclosure Law ;

2007 Luxembourg Protocol on Matters specific to Railway Rolling Stock to the 2001 Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment.

This is the hidden link to the UNIDROIT library
http://asp01.exl.de/F

And this a search of the library showing the UCC connection to UNIDROIT & the Holy See
http://asp01.exl.de/F/L3VVLPIUMDPP4CRS3 … 1&x=44&y=6

Now for the smoking gun…

http://www.uncitral.org/uncitral/en/index.html

The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) (established in 1966) is a subsidiary body of the General Assembly of the United Nations with the general mandate to further the progressive harmonization and unification of the law of international trade.

After a bit of digging we discover in a scan of a meeting at UN Headquarters, New York
on Tuesday, 1 March 1955, at 11.15 a.m.
Go to page 3
http://www.uncitral.org/pdf/english/tra … 507218.pdf

The Secretariat would make relevant documentation available in addition to
that before the Committee, In particular the ICC publication Commercial Arbitration & the Law throughout the World; and the DRAFT Uniform law on arbitration prepared
by International Institute for the Unification of Private Law of Rome,

“draft” is a written order for the payment of a specified sum of money, & UNIDROIT [Holy See] wrote the order for the UN

Australia is a member of UNCITRAL & the laws are used as a guide to redraft Australian commercial law. Below is a link to the Australian “ACT”s  &  you will discover 100’s of references to UNCITRAL in Australian law

http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinos … mask_path=

Palazzo Aldobrandini

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1621-37 Territorial Princess Olimpia Aldobrandini
(Senior) of Rossano Calabro (Italy)

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Niece of Pope Clemente VIII (Ippolito Aldobrandini) (1536-92-1605) and universal heir of her brother, Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini (d. 1621). She administered her places, cities and feudal fiefs in Calabria, Romagna, Lazio with great competence. and laid the foundations for the future Duchies of Carpineto, Maenza, Gavignano, Montelanico and Gorga, and she transformed the feudal territory into a dukedom also including several surrounding villages. In 1629, she ordered the building of St. Peter’s Church, which she provided with gorgeous reliquaries and frescoes, the best known being a fresco attributed to the famous painter Caravaggio. She was married to Gianfrancesco Aldobrandini and mother two daughters and one son, who also died in 1637 and the family inheritance was therefore taken over by her granddaughter, Olimpia Junior. She lived (1567-1637).

ALDOBRANDINI

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldobrandini

This has got to be one of the most powerful and
richest families of the world:

The surname literally translates to Satan, after you
figure out the riddle.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldebaran
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldobrandini_Madonna

Because Aldebaran is the morning star and falling
angel. Why would they have a name like this and be
POPES. They are Satanists, PERIOD!
I have eaten many dinners in their palace in Frascati,
Italy close to Rome in the Castelli Romani hills.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Aldobrandini

These people have the big massive orgies.  We know that Stanley Kubrick was present at this Castle for many orgies.  He got the inspiration of Eyes Wide Shut there.  There is a portait of Kubrick inside the main hall with his autograph giving thanks to the Aldobrandini family for supporting his films.

Aldobrandini = Al  Debaran

They have an Egyptian lineage from Ptolemy Egypt.  There name is Arabic, which means they are also Moorish converts to Catholicism, but came from Egypt as well they married into the Venetian Este Family

Theres a lodge called Al-dabaran.

According to xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx it is to pat respect to Taurus.  Have you ever wondered WHY, picasso did all of those orgy paintings with Taurus as giving orgies to many women.  It is not only because Picasso was funded by the Aldobrandini’s, he had many orgies in Rome.

The Taurus is Picasso’s paintings is the POPE!

Picasso is a Jesuit as well. A Co-Adjutor.

This is the family which created Agenda 21 of the United Nations Charter via their think tank, as well Sustainable Development for the 21st Century..Population Control, Abortion genocide, And they took control of Americans minds via their slave Knight of Malta John Rockefeller, using Communist John Dewie, they invented Communism by the way, and are share owners and one of the most powerful owners of the World Banking Empire, these people make the decisions what happens in their Provincial Empire known as the United States of America, this is who your Congress serves..Not you..
Cheers Serfs…G888…

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3 Responses to “Americans don’t think for themselves, these think tank owners think for them”

  1. G.F. Says:

    Purpose – Origins – Membership – Structure – Legislative Policy – Working Methods
    Work Programme for the period 2006-2008
    Non-legislative activities and Outreach Resources
    Achievements

    PURPOSE

    The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) is an independent intergovernmental organisation with its seat in the Villa Aldobrandini in Rome. Its purpose is to study needs and methods for modernising, harmonising and co-ordinating private and in particular commercial law as between States and groups of States.

    ORIGINS

    Set up in 1926 as an auxiliary organ of the League of Nations, the Institute was, following the demise of the League, re-established in 1940 on the basis of a multilateral agreement, the UNIDROIT Statute . The UNIDROIT Statute is also available in Arabic . UNIDROIT expresses its gratitude to Professors Dr Omaia Elwan (Heidelberg/Cairo) and Dr Hossam Loutfi (Cairo) for providing this unofficial translation into Arabic.

    MEMBERSHIP

    Membership of UNIDROIT is restricted to States acceding to the UNIDROIT Statute. UNIDROIT’s 61 member States are drawn from the five continents and represent a variety of different legal, economic and political systems as well as different cultural backgrounds. The Institute is financed by annual contributions from its member States which are fixed by the General Assembly as well as a basic annual contribution from the Italian Government. Extra-budgetary contributions for purposes identified by the donor may be established (trust funds).

    STRUCTURE

    UNIDROIT has an essentially three-tiered structure, made up of a Secretariat, a Governing Council and a General Assembly.

    * TheSecretariat is the executive organ of UNIDROIT responsible for the day-to-day carrying out of its Work Programme. It is run by a Secretary-General, who is appointed by the Governing Council on the nomination of the President of the Institute. The Secretary-General is assisted by a staff of international civil servants and various ancillary staff.

    The Secretariat welcomes qualified staff from Member States on Secondment as well as interns who are either required to carry out an internship with an international organisation or as part of their university studies or wish to acquire experience within an organisation such as UNIDROIT (see “SECONDMENTS” at http://www.unidroit.org/presentation/secondments.htm and “INTERNSHIPS” at http://www.unidroit.org/presentation/internships.htm).

    o Annual reports on the activity of UNIDROIT

    * The Governing Council supervises all policy aspects of the means by which the Institute’s statutory objectives are to be attained and in particular the Secrtariat’s carrying out of the Work Programme, the drawing up of which is its responsibility. It is made up of one ex officio member, the President of the Institute, and 25 elected members, typically eminent judges, practitioners, academics and civil servants.

    * The General Assembly is the ultimate decision-making organ of UNIDROIT: it votes the Institute’s budget each year; it approves the Work Programme every three years; it elects the Governing Council every five years. It is made up of one representative from each member Government.

    o Reports on the annual sessions of the General Assembly of Member States

    The official languages of UNIDROIT are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish; its working languages are English and French.

    LEGISLATIVE POLICY

    * Nature of instruments drawn up by UNIDROIT

    UNIDROIT’s basic statutory objective is to prepare modern and where appropriate harmonised uniform rules of private law understood in a broad sense. However, experience has demonstrated the necessity of permitting occasional incursions into public law, especially in areas of law where hard and fast lines of demarcation are difficult to draw or where transactional law and regulatory law are intertwined. Uniform rules prepared by UNIDROIT are concerned with the unification of substantive law rules; they will only include uniform conflict of law rules incidentally.

    * Technical approach to harmonisation or unification favoured by UNIDROIT

    UNIDROIT’s independent status amongst intergovernmental Organisations has enabled it to pursue working methods which have made it a particularly suitable forum for tackling more technical and correspondingly less political issues.

    * Factors determining eligibility of subjects for uniform law treatment

    New technologies, commercial practices etc. call for new solutions and, where transactions tend to be transnational by their very nature, these should be harmonised, widely acceptable solutions. Generally speaking, the eligibility of a subject for harmonisation or even unification will to a large extent be conditional on the perception of States being willing to accept change to their municipal law rules in favour of a new international solution on that subject. Legal and other arguments in favour of harmonisation on a subject have accordingly to be weighed carefully against these considerations. Similar considerations will also tend to determine the most appropriate sphere of application to be given to such uniform rules, that is whether they should be restricted to truly cross-border situations or relations or extended to cover also purely internal situations or relations.

    * Factors determining choice of instrument to be prepared

    The uniform rules drawn up by UNIDROIT have, in keeping with its intergovernmental structure, traditionally tended to take the form of international Conventions, designed to apply automatically in preference to a State’s municipal law upon completion of all the formal requirements of that State’s domestic law for their entry into force. However, the low priority which tends to be accorded by Governments to the implementation of such Conventions and the time it therefore tends to take for them to enter into force have led to the increasing popularity of alternative forms of unification in areas where a binding instrument is not felt to be essential. Such alternatives include model laws which States may take into consideration when drafting domestic legislation on the subject covered or general principles addressed directly to judges, arbitrators and contracting parties who are however left free to decide whether to use them or not. Where the subject is not judged ripe for the drawing up of uniform rules, another alternative consists in the preparation of legal guides, typically on new business techniques, types of transaction or on the framework for the organisation of markets both at the domestic and the international level. Generally speaking “hard law” solutions (i.e. Conventions) are needed where rules’ scope transcends the bi-polar relationship underlying ordinary contract law and where third parties’ or public interests are at stake as is the case in the law of property.

    WORKING METHODS

    * Preliminary stage: use of study groups

    Once a subject has been entered on UNIDROIT’s Work Programme, the Secretariat, where necessary assisted by experts in the field, will draw up a feasability study and/or a preliminary comparative law report designed to ascertain the desirability and feasibility of law reform. Where necessary and provided funding is available, an economic impact assessment study is carried out. The report, sometimes including a first rough draft of principles or such uniform rules, will then be laid before the Governing Council which, if satisfied that a case has been made out for taking action, will typically ask the Secretariat to convene a study group, traditionally chaired by a member of the Council, for the preparation of a preliminary draft Convention or one of the alternatives mentioned above. The membership of such study groups, made up of experts sitting in their personal capacity, is a matter for the Secretariat, which seeks to ensure as balanced a representation as possible of the world’s different legal and economic systems and geographic regions.

    * Intergovernmental negotiation stage

    A preliminary draft instrument established by a study group will be laid before the Governing Council for approval and advice as to the most appropriate further steps to be taken. Typically, in the case of a preliminary draft Convention, these will consist in its asking the Secretariat to convene a committee of governmental experts for the finalisation of a draft Convention capable of submission for adoption to a diplomatic Conference. In the case of one of the alternatives to a preliminary draft Convention not suitable by virtue of its nature for transmission to a committee of governmental experts, the Council will be called upon to authorise its publication and dissemination by UNIDROIT in the circles for which it has been prepared.

    Full participation in UNIDROIT committees of governmental experts is open to representatives of all UNIDROIT member States. The Secretariat may in addition invite such other States as it deems appropriate, notably in view of the subject-matter concerned, and the relevant international Organisations and professional associations to participate as observers. A draft Convention finalised by a committee of governmental experts will then be laid before the Governing Council for approval and advice as to the most appropriate further steps to be taken. Typically, where it judges that the draft Convention reflects a consensus as between the States which have participated in the committee of governmental experts and that it accordingly stands a good chance of adoption at a diplomatic Conference, these steps will consist in its authorisation of the draft Convention’s transmission to a diplomatic Conference for adoption as an international Convention. Such a Conference will be convened by one of UNIDROIT’s member States.

    * Co-operation with other international Organisations

    UNIDROIT maintains close ties of co-operation with other international Organisations, both intergovernmental and non-governmental, which in many cases take the form of co-operation agreements concluded at inter-Secretariat level. The Hague Conference on Private International Law, UNIDROIT and UNCITRAL, the three private-law formulating agencies, are quite appropriately referred to as “the three sisters”.

    By reason of its expertise in the international unification of law, UNIDROIT is moreover at times commissioned by such other Organisations to prepare comparative law studies and/or draft Conventions designed to serve as the basis for the preparation and/or finalisation of international instruments in those Organisations.

    * Network of correspondents

    UNIDROIT’s ability to obtain up-to-date information on the state of the law in all the various countries is essential to the pursuit of its statutory objectives. This information is sometimes difficult to obtain and UNIDROIT therefore maintains a network of correspondents in both member and non-member States, who are appointed by the Governing Council amongst academic and practising lawyers.

    WORK PROGRAMME FOR THE PERIOD 2002-2008

    NON-LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES AND OUTREACH RESOURCES

    Essential support for UNIDROIT’s core activity of the drawing up of uniform rules is provided by its maintenance of a world renowned library, its preparation of a number of specialised publications in the field of the unification of law, its legal co-operation programme, its data base on uniform law UNILAW and its periodic organisation of congresses, meetings and seminars.

    ACHIEVEMENTS

    UNIDROIT has over the years prepared over seventy studies and drafts. Many of these have resulted in international instruments, including the following international Conventions and Model Laws, drawn up by UNIDROIT and – in the case of Conventions – adopted by diplomatic Conferences convened by member States of UNIDROIT:

    1964 Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the Formation of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (The Hague);

    1964 Convention relating to a Uniform Law on the International Sale of Goods (The Hague);

    1970 International Convention on the Travel Contract (Brussels);

    1973 Convention providing a Uniform Law on the Form of an International Will (Washington);

    1983 Convention on Agency in the International Sale of Goods (Geneva);

    1988 UNIDROIT Convention on International Financial Leasing (Ottawa);

    1988 UNIDROIT Convention on International Factoring (Ottawa);

    1995 UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects (Rome);

    2001 Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and Protocol to the Convention on Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment(Cape Town);

    2002 Model Franchise Disclosure Law ;

    2007 Luxembourg Protocol on Matters specific to Railway Rolling Stock to the 2001 Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment.

    In addition, UNIDROIT has published:

    Principles of International Commercial Contracts (1994; enlarged edition 2004);

    Guide to International Master Franchise Arrangements (1998, 2nd ed. 2007).

    Principles of Transnational Civil Procedure (in co-operation with the American Law Institute) (2004).

    UNIDROIT’s work has also served as the basis for a number of international instruments adopted under the auspices of other international Organisations which are already in force. These include:

    1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (adopted under the auspices of UNESCO);

    1955 European Convention on Establishment (Council of Europe);

    1955 Benelux Treaty on Compulsory Insurance against Civil Liability in respect of Motor Vehicles (Council of Europe);

    1956 Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) (UN/ECE);

    1958 Convention concerning the recognition and enforcement of decisions relating to maintenance obligations towards children (Hague Conference on Private International Law);

    1959 European Convention on Compulsory Insurance against Civil Liability in respect of Motor Vehicles (Council of Europe);

    1962 European Convention on the Liability of Hotel-keepers concerning the Property of their Guests (Council of Europe);

    Protocol No. 1 concerning rights in rem in Inland Navigation Vessels and Protocol No. 2 on Attachment and Forced Sale of Inland Navigation Vessels annexed to the 1965 Convention on the Registration of Inland Navigation Vessels (UN/ECE);

    1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (UNCITRAL).

    [This page was updated on 3 March 2008.]

    [ http://www.unidroit.org

  2. G.F. Says:

    The Catholic hieracy veil themselves as the sweet religious frocked men who can do no harm. Everyone has forgotten the bloody history of the Church and many aren’t even aware of the Jesuit Order which Himmler modelled the Nazi SS off and Hitler admired so much. If the Jesuits aren’t of any power then why would these two be so in awe of the Order of Orders?

    Now Adolfo Nicholas is the not the most powerful man in the World. I’ve been highlighting this now for some time. He is an elite commoner blood guided by the Ptolemaic Papal grey bloodlines. The shadow hieracy of the Jesuit Order, the Zoroastrianist elite guarded and shielded by their Jesuit soldiers and Mafiosi protection. Pepe Orsini and Henry Breakspear are the power players the true hidden power. Adolfo Nicholas was right in that video about how the black popes of old were supposedly powerful. They were ultra powerful back then because these very Ptolemaic bloodlines would infact sit in those positions of power and rule. Now the Ptolemaics no longer make themselves as visible by sitting in those roles. One of the reasons for this apart from the obvious is the fact that everything is more open in todays World. In days of old many would never be aware of the Jesuits as such. So now most organisations are visibile these people really need to be in the shadows and this is what their doing. So now they make elite commoners the Pope and black Pope. A very powerful indeed elite commoner but never the less of no Ptolemaic bloodline. Although he’s on a level to deal direct with these bloodlines unlike most others at this ultra high level of the conspiracy. My God if the Al-Deberans the Aldobrandini’s are the Nephilim as they claim well how can commoner blood Adolfo Nicholas compete with that? Impossible they would be the Gods and him a pion of pions accepted to be able to deal with them on a certain level and nothing more.

  3. g888 Says:

    That’s not all their filthy hands are into either…

    Is Health Care Reform Part of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development?
    http://www.freedomadvocates.org/articles/sustainable_development/is_health_care_reform_part_of_agenda_21_sustainable_development?_20090818369/

    Written by Michael Shaw
    Tuesday, 18 August 2009

    The short answer is yes – absolutely. Chapter 6 in Agenda 21 covers human health. The language in Agenda 21 is always obtuse. In chapter 6 it says, “Countries ought to develop plans for priority actions, drawing on the programs in this chapter, which are based on cooperative planning by the various levels of government, non-governmental organizations and local communities.” Of course I am talking about Agenda 21, not Local (Santa Cruz) Agenda 21.

    In a more general sense Agenda 21 calls for the shift in economic basics from free enterprise to “public private partnership.” This is exactly what has been occurring in medicine and is proposed to be formalized by Obama care. As for the system of Justice, Agenda 21 calls for social justice to replace equal justice. Social justice allocates the application of justice to groups as opposed to individuals. The direct application to the newly arranged health care proposed is evident with rationing. One must also connect the population reduction provisions of the Agenda 21 protocol which directs an 85% reduction in world population.

    Stay posted – more on this topic to come…

    For further information, read Madeleine Cosman’s article Sustainable Medicine + Sustainable Development = Duty to Die (Parts I & II http://www.freedomadvocates.org/articles/sustainable_development/sustainable_medicine_%2b_sustainable_development_%3d_duty_to_die_(parts_i_%26_ii)_20070314187/ and Part III). http://www.freedomadvocates.org/articles/sustainable_development/sustainable_medicine_%2b_sustainable_development_%3d_duty_to_die_(part_iii)_20070314215/

    Once again the root of the agenda reflects to Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, all straight out of the United Nations Charter…We should be demanding these CONgress animals STOP implementing foreign agenda’s on our soil…PERIOD..

    The 100% proof is all over the place of this taking place !!!!!

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