In this article – We will introduce connections through documents that show what “they want” for the world. We will make connections and leave it up to you, the reader to decide if these connections deserve your attention. It is not the job of a media outlet to tell a story with an angle – our job is to present what we know neutrally, to the extent that it is possible.
United Nations Agenda 21 – Agenda 21 calls for a major shift in consumer practices and Government policy approaches to implement the sustainable development goals, or SDG’s. Let’s examine the document itself, and then make connections after the evidence is presented.
1.Changing consumer habits:
“They should also encourage the emergence of an informed consumer public and assist individuals
and households to make environmentally informed choices by:
a. Providing information on the consequences of consumption choices and behaviour
so as to encourage demand for environmentally sound products and use of products;
b. Making consumers aware of the health and environmental impact of products,
through such means as consumer legislation and environmental labelling;“
This passage is found on page 21 of the UN agenda 21 document. Like Oliver Demille wrote in his book on the Federal Reserve titled “1913” – “liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people.” So let us seek to understand what this means in order for us to be able to preserve our liberties.
Take note of the quote from the Agenda 21 document – “through such means as consumer legislation.” What does this mean?
Let’s Explore – On page 22 of the document it says “without the stimulus of prices and market signals that make clear to producers and consumers the environmental costs of the consumption of energy, materials and natural resources and the generation of wastes, significant changes in consumption and production patterns seem unlikely to occur in the near future.”
“Some progress has begun in the use of appropriate economic instruments to influence consumer behavior. These instruments include environmental charges and taxes, deposit/refund systems, etc. This process should be encouraged in the light of country-specific conditions.”
What does this mean?
Essentially, the United Nations Sustainable Development agenda has been signed by almost all major countries in the world. They also advocate for raising taxes on consumers and producers for anything that they deem “bad” for the environment.
Here’s the issue – the technologies that are being advocated by governments as “green energy” have been proven to be anything but. I recommend Michael Moore’s documentary “Planet of Humans” to illustrate this point. The irony of this documentary is that Mr. Moore has been a wind and solar advocate for a very long time.
Who informs the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals?
The SDG’s (sustainable development goals) were “created” by the United Nations in 2015 – but the ideas aren’t exactly theirs originally. Rather the goals have been created from The Club Of Rome’s work titled “The limits of growth” which called for a radical shift in nation’s policies to create a “sustainable” world. The Club of Rome, who calls themselves “an informal organization that has been aptly described as an “invisible college“ still informs much of what the United Nations does today.
It’s ok if you don’t believe me yet – I will now use their documents to demonstrate this point.
The Club of Rome – was informally founded in 1968 and as previously stated they describe themselves as an “invisible college.” Their work from the beginning has been all about “sustainable” practices – but it’s the methods they have in mind to obtain these goals that should cause any freedom-loving individual to scream.
Their work has informed the likes of the United Nations, and the World Economic Forum among many other NGOs. These organizations than in turn “inform” governments of the different things that they believe should be done to achieve the Sustainable development goals that they’ve signed onto through the United Nations.
The World Economic Forum has even given The Club of Rome credit for informing their work in their story titled “It’s time to emerge from our planetary emergency. Here’s a plan”, where they claim the Club of Rome’s plan is “a plan to deliver the changes we need.” The World Economic Forum is also responsible for such gems as “it’s 2030, I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better.”
In recent times, we have seen the World Economic Forum Partner with the United Nations to reach the sustainable development goals through their new initiative titled “the great reset.” It seems these things all flow back to the Club of Rome, where the ideas are first presented – and then picked up by other NGO’s who promote the ideas to governments around the world. Government’s then adapt and change the ideas to pass them as “acceptable and approvable” ideas to their citizens – after-all, one size doesn’t fit everyone.
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The Club of Rome – appears to be the “premier” source of the United Nations and other large NGO’s go-to source for reference when giving “suggestions” to governments around the world to help reach the sustainable development goals.
The next document we will cover titled “Planetary Emergency Plan”, will reveal what is planned for everyone around the world – that is if governments are heeding this advice. I’ll let you decide if the language rings a bit too familiar for comfort.
The following is what I would consider the most important parts of The Club of Rome’s documents to understand as a citizen anywhere in this world – as they are going to strip away the world as we know it if they’re not stopped.
Is it all just “suggestions” or is it a planning document?
Let’s address number 5 on this list (see image above). This is set out to be achieved in 2020 so there should be relevant information out there if The Club of Rome, The United Nations, and other NGOs are informing our government’s decisions – right? Sure enough, this is already being discussed by Adela Suliman, who writes for Reuters, In her article for ABS-CBN News titled “Ocean treaty needed to tackle ‘deep trouble’, says UN envoy.”
In the article, she says “the first global ocean treaty is due to be agreed in the first half of 2020.” Sounds like that came from somewhere familiar – doesn’t it? It’s verbatim out of The Club of Rome’s “Planetary Emergency Plan.” It’s also worth noting that many of the goals for the global commons happen in the year 2020. In-fact points 2,4,5,6,7,10 all take place in the year 2020 – almost like they’re using a certain “pandemic” to achieve their goals.
This Planetary Emergency Plan, which has many of its goals centred around the year 2020, was released in September 2019. That’s right, it was released before – not after COVID came on the scene. It also says on their website that “Its framing is simple yet compelling, a catalytic intervention designed to spur emergency action at the highest levels of decision-making.” Sounds shady in light of The Planetary Emergency Plan being released right before COVID came onto the scene (September 2019).
But wait – there is more
Let’s take a look at the other part of the Planetary Emergency Plan titled “10 URGENT ACTIONS FOR THE TRANSFORMATION.”
Here’s the plan – see any parallels to your government’s actions?
1.) “Halt all fossil fuel expansion, investments and subsidies by 2020.”
2.) “Continue the doubling of wind and solar capacity every four years, and triple annual investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency and low-carbon technologies for high-emitting sectors before 2025.” Keep in mind our previous reference to how dirty “green energy” is according to Michael Moore’s latest documentary “Planet of Humans.” Is it about the planet or something else?
3.)”Set a global floor price on carbon (>30 USD/ton CO2 and rising) immediately,” It says to do this no later than 2025. Sounds familiar – right Canada? Liberals say put a price on pollution, Conservatives say charge the big polluters – two sides of a similar coin perhaps?
Stop here – number 4 might make you angry
4.) “Agree in 2020 to halve consumption and production footprints in developed and emerging economies.” Remember this plan was written in September 2019, and heavily featured the year 2020 to reach its goals. Hasn’t COVID practically halved consumption and production footprints in developed and emerging economies? Not to mention the new slogan of politicians around the world is “build back better”, which emphasizes green energy development in each countries “recovery” plan to get back on track from “Covid”. How many coincidences do we allow before we don’t allow them to be called coincidences anymore?
5.) “Internalize externalities in unsustainable and high-carbon production and consumption through targeted consumption taxes and regulation”.
This is set out in The Club of Rome’s document titled “Paint it, Brown.” This document tells governments to “incentivize” sustainable development by taxing “high emitters” with a “brown tax” to force them to pay astronomical prices to produce, or consume these products. Who decides what falls into the “green” category? This is especially important to consider because these “green” technologies has been proven to have many issues – as highlighted in “Planet of Humans.”
We will touch on more point from this document;
“Shift taxation from labour to the use of all-natural resources, final disposal, emissions to land, air and water by 2020.” Although this may sound nice on the surface – the implications of it would provide a tentacle for these elite types to have a say in everything you do. What natural resources you use, how much you dispose of, and emissions to land air and water would all be taxed as well. This would mean the end of privacy as the World Economic Forum indicated in their article “It’s 2030, I own Nothing, I have no privacy, and life has never been better.”
It would mean a ruling class would be able to peer into every facet of your personal life – because the greater good of the planet requires it. Although there are many environmental problems requiring solutions – pointing a gun at everyone’s head isn’t the way to go about it. To paraphrase Derek Sloan, a Conservative MP in Canada who once said “Incentivize through the dangling of the Carrot – don’t beat people with the stick.”
The sustainable development goals are in full swing as evidenced by the chart below.
More to come this week on these connections.
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