That we live in a world of "Agenda Politics" is absolutely clear. Governments come and go, but the agenda never changes. Policies left incomplete by one government are taken up with gusto by the next. Civil servants get involved in writing party manifestos.
One of the most obvious of the agendas that our politicians are pushing is that of "World Government". The British Parliament is now subservient to so many foreign bodies and institutions it is hard to keep count. The most obvious example of those organisations, of course, is Julian Huxley’s United Nations. It was Franklin Roosevelt who first coined the term "United Nations". His vision, however, was for a forum of sovereign nations; a world apart from what the United Nations has become. A hint came in July 2010, when the Queen addressed the UN General Assembly. She said:
The implications of this are staggering. Here, the British monarch is telling the world that she is creating the largest power bloc within the United Nations; a power bloc with 54 votes, compared to the single vote of, say, the USA, Russia or China.
One area the British Royal Family has been involved in is environmentalism, particularly "Sustainable Development". Both Prince Philip and Prince Charles push the idea that humanity is a parasite on the face of the earth; Philip perhaps a little more openly since he has expressed his desire to be reincarnated as a virus which would solve what he views as the global population problem. Nonetheless, both father and son head up the global environmental push for massive depopulation, limiting of technology except where it oppresses and limiting access to natural resources. Prince Philip’s World Wildlife Fund is directly responsible for the deaths of many, many people through it’s interference with irrigation programmes right around the world which would feed millions. But it is Prince Charles’ Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum which, along with the IMF, World Bank and the United Nations have really been pushing the sustainable development policy, including the UN’s "Agenda 21".