UN Agenda 21.
Sustainable Development is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world. INVENTORY AND CONTROL.
‘Individual Rights must take a back seat to the Collective.’ – Harvey Ruvin, Vice Chairman, Executive Committee of ICLEI which is the 15 member governing body of the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives.
United Nations Conference on Environmental & Development
Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992
This movement has been described as the largest and most influential social phenomena in modern history. It could turn out to be the biggest movement in the history of the world. The agenda was structured by ‘The Club of Rome’ the ‘think tank’ for the United Nations. They have already convinced the world, maybe even themselves, that the only way to a feasible future is the implementation of Agenda 21.
Agenda 21 is incorporated in a document of 351 pages arranged in 40 chapters. Despite its ‘legal’ sounding language, in general it is not too difficult to read. Evaluating its far reaching implications, appraising which policies are desirable, and what strategies will inevitably prove to be disastrous, will be not be so easy. The audacity of a minute fraction of humanity in deciding to rapidly and recklessly change the way the world is organized, is beyond belief. Such an immense undertaking will inevitably be riddled with many unknown factors and responsibilities, the details and implications of which could be truly devastating.
A PDF of the Sustainable Development Agenda is readily available on a Google search. (http://www.unjspf.org/UNJSPF_Web/pdf/Agenda_21.pdf)
The concept that an organization like the Club of Rome may be imperative, could date back for centuries, held on ice for the time when the appropriate day arrived to begin the task of wakening ‘sleeping giants.’ So what particular circumstances transpired to make the timing of the creation of the Club of Rome right in 1968?
In 1961, the Kennedy administration ordered a ‘top secret’ study to determine the problems that would inevitably occur if and when the world moved into an era of peace. 15 Researchers were selected from a variety of different academic disciplines and set the task of how the planet could be administered and function in such times. Their instructions dictated that all decisions would apply the standards of science. Every recommendation would ignore all moral judgments. From a nuclear survival retreat, the original meeting place for the researchers was born the infamous ‘Report from Iron Mountain.’
The report from Iron Mountain was intended to be seen only by those chosen to be part of the New World Order and those who would bring its recommendations to fruition. One of those researchers ‘John Doe’, took the decision to release the report, after which the Establishment said it was a hoax. The report’s recommendations included concepts for replacing the functions of war, a disarmament transition, social control, loss of national sovereignty, selective population control and gross population control.
The situation that possibly triggered the awakening may have been a momentous moment indeed. Although the Club of Rome was already in its infancy, this particular moment had already been planned and would succeed! On the 20th of July, 1969, President Nixon talked on the phone to the Apollo Astronauts on the Moon. He concluded his congratulatory speech, saying “ Because of what you have done the heavens have become a part of man’s world, and as you talk from the Sea of Tranquillity, it inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquillity to earth. For one priceless moment in the whole history of man all the people on this earth are truly one…
The world had actually been seen ‘as one’ for the very first time, and from an American viewing point. Maybe this was an ideal opportunity to begin moving the world into a ‘New World Order.’
Getting to grips and understanding the complexities of the Report from Iron Mountain is a subject in its own right and should be investigated. Whether the moon is or isn’t involved is probably only a point of interest.
To gain any insight into what the ultimate goal of Agenda 21 is, (the agenda for the 21st century) it may be useful to investigate the history of the movement and the people involved.
To get to grips with the ultimate goal of Agenda 21 (the agenda for the 21st century) will still be a complex ambition.
In readiness for the difficult concepts that will be encountered, the following statement by Roger Trigg could help to focus the mind.
“A fundamental distinction must be drawn between the way the world is and what we say about it, even if we all happen to agree, we could all be wrong.
Some of the most important commitments we make in our lives could be based on error. What is true and what we think is true need not coincide. “ – Roger Trigg.
If we search diligently, it may be possible to detect the hidden agendas that lurk at the heart of Agenda 21. One thing is certain, there will be millions of people who are unwilling or incapable of even considering the possibility of any deliberate deception.
Perhaps the only place to begin is at the beginning. Who exactly organized the report from Iron Mountain? When was the idea of Sustainable Development, a movement designed to redirect the evolution of the planet, first decided on? When did the UN have the power to expand environmentalism as a tool to control people everywhere? Are Dr. Bruntland’s ideas coming closer and closer to reality?
The UN needed a sharp tool, a ‘Think tank’ to progress their objectives. The Committee of 300, ‘delivered’ the ‘Club of Rome.’ The exact strategy of how this was achieved is debatable.
The Committee of 300 was a secret society founded by the British aristocracy in 1727. The ‘Club of Rome’ was created to be a ‘think tank’ and a guide to them and the United Nations. Founded in 1968 at David Rockefeller’s estate in Italy, the first members were industrialist Aurelio Peccei and scientist Alexander King and maybe Ervin Laszlo. Its 100 members were carefully selected. From the outset the main purpose of the Club of Rome was to change the way the world operates and to activate their particular perception of sustainable development. Agenda 21 has already been accepted by 178 governments around the world.
Alternatively, and officially, the Club of Rome was founded by Aurelio Peccei and Alexander King. It all began at a conference where equally impressed by each other’s speeches and through involvement with an array of other talented participants and writers, and by attending further private discussions which took them as far afield as Moscow, with only a few initial difficulties, a group of like-minded men got together and with no trouble at all, indeed within an hour, had decided to call themselves the Club of Rome. The club saw itself, and still does as “a group of world citizens, sharing a common concern for the future of humanity and acting as a catalyst to stimulate public debate, sponsor investigations, analyse the problematic and bring the information to the attention of decision makers.”
Or, could it be alternative three? Perhaps these well known high flyers, already important decision makers in industry and science, met and initiated a small group of like-minded people. As they had not yet found a common purpose and faced difficulties in both financing and organizing a cohesive group they became an ideal target for use by the Committee of 300, the ‘Illuminati.’ Sponsored, directed and expanded into a group of 100 they became the ‘perfect think tank’ in preparation for a New World Order. The Club of Rome is a very powerful entity.
Some of the most extreme seeds of the ultimate direction of agenda 21 were probably planted in 1987, maybe in spring, by Gro Harlem Brundtland, three time president of Norway, in a report for the UN entitled ‘Our Common Future’.
However the first concept of ‘environmental sustainability’ was introduced to the public at large in a book published in 1972, ‘The Limits to Growth’. They have simply expanded their tentacles from that day. They have even given a name to any imminent collapses, ‘World Problematique’ and any of their proposed solutions they call ‘World Resolutique’.
The book was translated into at least 40 languages and it sold more than 30 million copies. Here are just a few quotations from ‘The Limits of Growth.’
“If the present growth trends in world population, industrialization, pollution food production and resource depletion continue unchanged, the limits to growth on this planet will be reached sometime within the next hundred years.”
“Man possesses, for a small moment in his history, the most powerful combination of knowledge, tools, and resources the world has ever known. He has all that is physically necessary to create a totally new form of human society – one that would be built to last for generations. The two missing ingredients are a realistic, long-term goal that can guide mankind to the equilibrium society and the Human Will to achieve that goal’”
“Without such a goal and a commitment to it, short-term concerns will generate the exponential growth that drives the world system towards the limits of the earth and ultimate collapse. With that goal and that commitment, mankind would be ready now to begin a controlled, orderly transition from growth to global equilibrium.”
These examples give a clue as to how seriously they consider the world’s ‘predicament’ to be and how utterly arrogant they are in assuming that ‘they’ will be the ones to find a resolution.
Twenty years after the publication of, ’The Limits of Growth,’ the Club of Rome published another major report. It too was a best setter, ‘The First Global Revolution.’ They presented their case on the lines of ‘now or never, time is running out.’ New enemies would have to be identified, new strategies imagined and new weapons devised.
“Democracy is not a panacea. It cannot organize everything and it is unaware of its own limits. These facts must be faced squarely. Sacrilegious though it may sound, democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead. The complexity and the technical nature of many of today’s problems do not always allow elected representatives to make competent decisions at the right time.”
“Democracy has failed us, a new system of global governance, based on environmental imperatives, must be implemented quickly…”
It would seem that humans need a common motivation, namely a common adversary, to organize and act together in the vacuum; such a motivation must be found to bring the divided nations together to face an outside enemy, either a real one or else one invented for the purpose.”
Who are these people?
According to its own web site, the Club of Rome is composed of
“scientists, economists’ businessmen, international high civil servants, heads of state and former heads of state from all five continents who are convinced that humankind is not determined once and for all, and that each human being can contribute to the improvement of our societies.”(Keep this in mind as later a particular explanation may fit exactly what they are getting at.)
Just a few names will suffice to illustrate the status of the 100 members, Al Gore, George Soros, Tony Blair, Henry Kissenger, Juan Carlos I, Helmut Kohl, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prince Philip, Vaclav Haval, and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands plus 90 other eminent representatives.
All meetings of the Club of Rome are ‘held behind closed doors.’ No public records are kept’. They do produce discussion reports which are available on their website. Here they disclose their entire agenda for anyone with eyes to see. They use phrases such as, ‘imminent collapse,’ ‘dying planet,’ ‘united global society,’ ‘global consciousness,’ and ‘new form of governance.’
A common enemy, real or one invented for the purpose would be needed to unite people globally, nationally and locally. What possible adversaries could be found, or indeed invented, to inspire and terrify the entire population of the thinking world? Global warming would be presented as their initial enemy. However the real enemy of humanity would be portrayed as man himself. In their own words;
“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.”
“We are at the end of an era – a turning point in history. We are approaching the threshold of runaway climate change. We underline the urgency of radical action to reduce emissions, by both immediate action and longer-term measures; to stress to political leaders the non-linear nature of the processes at work which will generate sudden change; and to assert that the overriding priority must be to avert the impending risk of catastrophic climate change.”
“In the process of struggling against this impeccable enemy, democracy will be made to seem responsible for the lagging economy, the scarcity and uncertainties. The very concept of democracy could then be brought into question and allow for the seizure of power.”
Do we really find ourselves in such a drastic, dangerous and desperate situation?
John Coleman has spent a lifetime investigating the activities of the Illuminati. He has put into print the conclusions of his endeavours and has already informed millions of people about the predicament that the world finds itself in. The workings and intentions of the committee of 300, (Illuminati) have been explained many times. He gives a brief summery set out in a list of 21 items. They range from bringing about a One World Government (a New World Order,) to the penetration and subversion of governments from within, and the destruction of education.
The Club of Rome and its Agenda 21, Sustainable Development; appear to be well on the way to achieving the targets that Coleman and others have gone to such lengths to warn us about. The scene is already set.
How is it possible that such a sensible sounding aim as Sustainable Development could be in any way connected to the evil intensions that Dr. John Coleman, Alex Jones, Daniel Estulin, Brian Gerrish, David Icke, Ben Fulford, Gary Brown and many others who have worked so hard to warn us about.
A statement from the 2012 Rio Conference.
The 2012 Rio United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development felt it necessary to issue an explanation of their agenda.“Agenda 21: Just the facts.”— It is a non-binding agreement. It is not legally binding. (Don’t worry)
‘Myth: Agenda 21 seeks to promote “world government” through the creation of “a centralized planning agency that would be responsible for oversight of our lives.”
Fact: This is a completely spurious charge. Agenda 21 encourages rather than compels…worsening poverty and growing stresses on the environment require greater integration between environmental and development concerns…and manage the planet’s natural resources in an efficient manner.
Myth: Agenda 21 is an amalgamation of socialism and extreme environmentalism with strong anti- American and anti-capitalist overtones.
Fact: Agenda 21 provides a blueprint for sustainable development…in the 1992 Rio Conference, US president George H W Bush was among the 108 world leaders present at the conference. (Don’t worry)
Chapter 40 of the UN Rio conference has 6 pages devoted to installing and establishing data and collection of data systems.“Governments should consider undertaking the necessary changes at national level to achieve the integration of environmental and developmental information.” This permeating, pervasive system, already being implemented, is well under way and costing billions.
The Club of Rome, headed by Maurice Strong, is taking the issue of global warming (real or imagined) as an excuse to institute a one world government, a New World Order.
According to Richard Haass, the current president of the ‘Council of Foreign Relations’; “The goal should be to redefine sovereignty for the era of globalization, to find a balance between a world of fully sovereign states and an international system of either world governance or anarchy.”Could there be any possible context in which this statement is acceptable.
How important is the Council of Foreign Relations anyway? According to Sir Winston Lord, one time US Ambassador to China and a past President of the Council of Foreign Relations, “The Trilateral Commission doesn’t run the world. The Council on Foreign Relations does that.” He should know. He is a life time friend and the right hand man of Henry Kissinger.
It does not matter if this common enemy is “a real one …or one invented for the purpose” in the process of struggling against this implacable enemy, democracy “will be made to seem responsible for the lagging economy, the scarcity and uncertainties. The very concept of democracy could then be brought into question and allow for the seizure of power.”
A prestigious prize has already been awarded for work in the field of Sustainable Development. The 2014 Tang Prize in Sustainable Development has been awarded to Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland of Norway. Founded in 2012, the Tang biannual prize recognizes scholars conducting revolutionary research in the fields of Sustainable Development; Biopharmaceutical Science, Sinology, and the Rule of Law. I mention this remote sounding award because it involves prize money of $1.34 million and a research grant of $333,000 for recipients to “continue to innovate while cultivating and nurturing new talent in their respective fields. The Tang Prize in Sustainable Development recognizes ground-breaking contributions that have significantly impacted on the sustainable development of humanity.”
In December of 2014 the Club of Rome will be assisted by lesser known but high flying, well qualified under 35 year olds, who are already in tune with Sustainable Development. Sixty chosen ones will attend a ‘Change the Course Conference’ in Winterhur Switzerland and in three days they will aim to create such incredible and radical new ideas that they will change the world in a weekend. Read all about it. change-the-course.org
How, from the quagmire of a million diverse ‘communities’, untidily evolved, can the world be dragged out of the mire? Is it possible to rescue it from a miss-spent past and find a road to recovery before too many resources have been squandered? Can enough be achieved without the lies, without unelected and unaccountable factions controlling the world? Can all people be considered? Why should we be deceived into making decisions on lies when such decisions are not actually decisions at all?
What our understanding of sustainable development is, may in no way coincide with Agenda 21.
What lies have been deliberately told about ‘Global Warming’? If it is assumed that science has it all sorted done and dusted, think again. There is another side to this story.
“No matter if the science of Global Warming is all phony…climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality to the world.” Christine Stewart. Canadian Former Minister of the Environment.
“The unanimous consensus of a theory doesn’t make it a fact.”
“Correlation does not equate to causation.” Grant Klokeid