“If you don’t have a plan, you become part of somebody else’s plan.” Terence McKenna
Much like when the old snake oil merchant used to ride into town. Agenda 21’s goals and targets were deemed critically important for both, the great improvement in our personal lives and for the world being transformed into a better place. And all to be accomplished by 2030 or it’s all over, all bets off the table. So they bark from atop their loudly lit wagon instilling fear into our hearts.
It is a conspiracy, not a theory, but fact. Agenda 21 is an inventory and control plan of all things; food, land, water, energy, minerals, plants, animals, construction, all means of production, information, and all people. It is a plan for the destruction of representative government, and for unelected regional boards to take its place. It is mostly driven because the current and past lifestyle consumption patterns of a once large affluent middle class (the baby boomers) are no longer sustainable. Consumption patterns that the globalists created, but now deemed a problem. A classic “problem reaction solution”, where a problem is purposely created, and when the public react and scream for something to be done, the solution becomes the perceived or otherwise problem. So because of our meat intake, consumption of frozen processed convenient food, use of fossil fuels, use of motor vehicles, air-conditioning, a huge inventory of small electrical appliances and suburban housing, but a few examples, the globalists will make it sustainable not by getting rid of such things, but by controlling such things. There are many ways they are going to go about this; one of the ways is to move everyone into surveillance managed and controlled cities and regional centers. But first, and because absolute power is being able to control what people think about what happens, the Agenda’s first tenet is all about people. The agenda is “determined to end poverty and hunger, in all their forms and dimensions, and to ensure that all human beings can fulfill their potential in dignity and equality and in a healthy environment”. As to how to go about this, to be determined by a select few.
second tenet concerns the planet Earth, where they “are determined
to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable
consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural
resources and taking urgent action on climate change, so that it can
support the needs of the present and future generations”.
Moving on to
prosperity, they “are determined to ensure that all human beings
can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social
and technological progress occurs in harmony with nature”. Tenet
four is all about peace, “to ensure that all human beings can enjoy
prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social and
technological progress occurs in harmony with nature”.
The final tenet lies
with partnership, to ensure that the purpose of the new Agenda is
realized. “To mobilize the means required to implement this Agenda
through a revitalized Global
Partnership for Sustainable Development, based on a spirit of
strengthened global solidarity, focused in particular on the needs of
the poorest and most vulnerable and with the participation of all
countries, all stakeholders and all people”.
The drivers of these
tenets are four main sections of the Agenda. (My comments within the
-Social and Economic
Dimensions, meaning “combating poverty (combating the poor),
especially in developing countries, changing (controlling)
consumption patterns, promoting health (numbing pain), achieving a
more sustainable (smaller) population, and sustainable settlement in
decision making” (they will decide for us).
Management of Resources for Development, which covers “atmospheric
protection (through geo-engineering projects), combating
deforestation, protecting fragile environments (by forcefully
removing people from them), conservation of biological diversity
(control private property), control of pollution (only in Western
nations) and the management of biotechnology, and radioactive
Role of Major Groups, (through diversity) including the roles of
children and youth, women, NGOs, local authorities, business and
industry, and workers; and strengthening the role of indigenous
peoples, their communities, and farmers (by subsidizing them all).
-Means of Implementation, “science, technology transfer (control patents), education, international institutions and financial mechanisms”, which will all be covered below.
Much of the Agenda is being implemented at the local level. In 1990, the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) or Local Governments for Sustainability was formed. It is an international organization that helps to implement Agenda 21 concepts across the world. Building a global network of cities, towns and regions committed to building a sustainable future.
Today, the ICLEI
network includes more than 1,750 local and regional governments in
more than 100 countries. The only requirements for ICLEI membership
are a self-defined commitment to climate protection and the payment
of annual membership dues based on population size. They also give
out millions of dollars in grants, but you must first cede any
decision making to them. Hundreds if not thousands of city and town
councils abide by their directions.
countries, especially the Scandinavian countries have generally been
the most obedient and accepting of Agenda 21, the US has nearly half
of the ICLEI’s global membership of 1,200 cities, (528 cities/75 per
cent of their cities), all promoting sustainable development at a
local level. Australia is second with over 90 of its municipalities
adopting the Agenda’s plan. The ICLEI representatives/handlers in
these communities assist local governments to push for change along
five interconnected “pathways” that cut across sectors and
jurisdictional boundaries, and which enable “local and regional
governments to think and design solutions in a holistic and
integrated way, creating change across entire urban systems”. The
pathways they push include, “low emission, nature-based, circular,
resilient, and equitable and people-centered developments”.
While Agenda 21 has
infiltrated at the local level, the 2030 Agenda is more a global
plan. As mentioned earlier, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable
Development was adopted by 193 UN member states in September 2015.
The remaining three of the world’s 196 countries, Kosovo, the
Vatican and the State of Palestine, are not a part of the UN so were
not allowed to vote. So basically it was all in, and here we go.
Notably, looking around the world over the past four years, since its
inception , I can’t be the only one who thinks somebody has cranked
up the crazy meter. Especially after the shock created when just over
a year after 2030 Agenda was signed, instead of the expected Hillary,
President Trump was elected.
The globalists plan
for transforming the world relies on 17 points. With the word
“sustainability” to be repeated to death so that we can all
believe. And not wanting to take up too much of your time, I’ll
give an overview of each point, with examples, and hopefully you get
the drift. It may perhaps answer some of the, often befuddling
decisions being made in our towns, communities, cities and regions.
“End poverty everywhere.”
By way of welfare, food stamps, housing subsidies, universal basic income (UBI), Planned Parenthood, abortion, and other handouts. In fact, the overall poverty rate is actually dropping globally, mostly because of free-market capitalism, not socialism. Socialism is where everyone except the elite make $30,000 per year. Capitalism, and not corporatism, is where some can make $50,000 and some can make millions, if they worked hard enough for it. And the rest live on welfare, unemployment insurance, disability, or the soon to be universal basic income.
While capitalism at
it’s base is where natural resources, energy and human labour go in
one end and commodities and waste comes out the other, it is the
opposite of how nature and ecosystems work. When resources are
depleted the game is over. The planet is indifferent to our existence
for it doesn’t need us to survive. But capitalism, not fascist
corporatism-globalism, is still our best bet. It has been estimated
that at the end of the 18th century, when
industrialization began to rise and eventually bring forth labour
laws that modernized and humanized the workplace and eradicated most
child-killing diseases, about 90 per cent of the planet’s population
at the time (800 million people) lived in poverty. The average life
expectancy was 30 years. Today less than 10 per cent of the global
population of 7.7 billion live in poverty, with the average life
expectancy 70 years.
While the problem
with socialism, especially Bolshevism, is it does not take into
account human nature, nor the fact we are not equal. It operates by
taxing the wealthy and making everyone poor, except of course for the
elite at the top, who control all industry and commerce. Instead
everyone is treated the same, no matter who you think you are. At the
same time, being an individual has been programmed into us so much
because it has paradoxically been used to only divide us. Eventually,
if your not paid for being an individual, being one will be looked
In reality under present corrupt economic and government policy, more and more people are falling deeper into debt and extreme poverty. Because the present economy in most developed nations, only works for 30 per cent of the population, with tens of millions of people already mathematically eliminated. Statistical fraud by the government on poverty, cost of living and unemployment, cannot cover up the fact that the overwhelming majority of the population is on a fast track to impoverishment.
In the US there are only enough full-time jobs for 50 per cent of the working-age population, and half of the full-time jobs pay under $35,000 per year. “In current conditions, it is nearly impossible for perhaps 70 per cent of the working-age population are hard-pressed to earn enough income to afford the basic necessities without taking on ever-increasing levels of debt. And in many cases unable to ever pay back because there are not enough jobs that generate the necessary income to keep up with the cost of living”. Ergo, hamsters on a wheel in a cage.
The US government’s inane policies and actions in dealing with the growing epidemic of poverty couldn’t be more blatant. Cut billions of dollars from assistance programs and pour billions of dollars into the military, subsidizing corporations, and the prison industry. To also control the impoverished by militarizing the police. The private prison industry in the US is currently growing at an insane 1600 per cent rate. This is not a typo. Even though technology can now make it so we can be imprisoned, and monitored just as much, in our own homes. As it is, the US has the largest prison population in the world. Especially since in many inner-cities, poverty has become criminalized, with an assembly line of incarceration now in place. From birth, by a lack of family values, and indoctrinated through the public school system. Besides, the globalists feel that there’s no point in educating the poor because there is nothing for them to do. All told, in the US, 42 percent of children born to poor families will still be in poverty as adults, a higher percent than in any other advanced nation.
There is enough
wealth in the world today to eliminate poverty. That there is poverty
makes no economic sense whatsoever. It costs society more to have
poverty than it costs to eliminate it. That is the insanity of the
current system. Political candidates and parties spend billions of
dollars to be elected to represent the poor. At the same time, the
planet doesn’t have the resources for every human on it’s surface to
become “middle class”.
Universal basic income conveniently, is where everyone, regardless of their earnings or employment, receive regular checks from their government instead of receiving any benefits. To be eligible, one must have citizenship, and vetted, as for one’s availability for the labour market and/or the willingness to perform community services. Those for it believe it will offset and counter the jobs lost due to automation and computerization by taxing private business. And will “free humanity from the burden of working hard”. Such a scheme could also replace the complex arrangement of government benefits, rebates and tax rebates. And supposedly everyone will have at least enough to eat, have available fresh water, able to clothe themselves, and able to rent a roof over their heads.
about 9 per cent of jobs are at risk of disappearing because of
automation, with unskilled workers the most vulnerable. Some
estimates suggest 50 per cent of jobs will be automated in 10 years.
A very recent study (Sept.2019) showed that most who are for UBI are
18 to 29 years old. The study also shows that 75 per cent in the US,
53 per cent in the UK and only 49 per cent in Canada would be willing
to pay any extra taxes to fund such a project. The majority in the
study, in all three of these countries, agreed that companies who
switch to automation should have to pay more in taxes to do so. Which
they gladly will pay of course, because of the money saved by going
automated, while the government will add the incoming money to their
coffers, perhaps even using it to subsidize fossil fuel companies,
while people will still lose their jobs.
Many believe that
UBI will reduce the incentive to work, or for one to live up to their
potential. It would no doubt be inflationary, and that by attempting
to move people out of poverty might simply raise the poverty line. It
is a scheme, which will make the majority of the population permanent
wards of the state. There is also concern that by reducing taxable
income for the many will reduce a government’s ability to cover
other expenses, like health care or a universal basic income. There
is also worry that it will cause perpetual economic stagnation,
higher interest rates, currency depreciation, and onerous tax hikes.
And though some countries are already trying the idea, in April 2018,
and only two years after Finland implemented such an experiment, they
have decided to shut it down. Mostly because it became a question of
where’s the money going to come from.
Yes, for some, being
able to rent a roof over their head and able to lock the front door,
have enough to eat, have medical insurance, afford internet access
fees, hydro, and the opportunity to attend the occasional gatherings
of friends and family would relieve much stress. And having the
freedom to spend eight or more hours a day doing something you have a
passion for and would like to share with others, would be wonderful.
But which also means having a work ethic, and the dedication and
discipline to do such a thing. And yes, with the option of still
working in a job you really enjoy or climbing some corporate ladder,
one can fill one’s boots, and make all the money you think you’ll
need. Won’t necessarily bring happiness, but makes it easier to
pretend you are, and at least will keep you busy.
In reality, things
will stay much the same. The gifted, creative and driven will
continue walking their roads, while the majority will take what is
given, and spend more time online, and in front of an ever enlarging
TV screen, and soon will be staring at the wall. Any money left over
wasted buying a better phone, then spending the better part of the
day staring at it. Indulging in as many distractions as one can.
Filling up each moment of one’s day. Perhaps gaining ever more
weight, needing more health care, and giving more money than they did
before to the wealthiest people on the planet by buying their stuff
and once again racking up debt. All to be told what to watch, what
game to play, what to wear, what story to follow, what to eat and
drink, and how to act and think.
There will still be serious mental and physical health issues, fewer people educated, addictions running rampant and increasing distractions. The problem with such a concept as UBI is the same problem with Gross Domestic Product (GDP), (the sum of the market values, or prices, of all final goods and services produced in an economy during a period of time). Work is not just a means of subsistence, it is a moral psychological necessity for individual and community well being. But universal basic income is not just another type of socialism either; instead it’s just another type of control to keep the status quo docile and tamed. Just like the soon to be, negative interest rate, and making physical currency illegal. It’s all created to benefit some and harm many others, but most importantly, to control the herd.
2.“End hunger by achieving food security and improved nutrition
and promote sustainable agriculture.”
Meaning, giving the poor, food that will bring them heart disease and cancer, thus simply getting rid of the hungry. Promote Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), a laboratory process where genes from the DNA of one species are extracted and artificially forced into the genes of an unrelated plant or animal. The foreign genes may come from bacteria, viruses, insects, animals or even humans. Most engineering genetic pollination and cross species genetic experiments, are all carried out with no idea of long term consequences. But many tests where rats are fed strictly GMO food, by the 3rd generation they are all sterile, as will all who follow. The globalists are giddy about such an outcome.
The World Economic Forum, based in Cologny-Geneva, Switzerland, is an NGO, founded in 1971, with a membership of 1,000 multinationals corporations. Through a partnership between the Earth Bio-Genome Project and the Earth Bank of Codes are collaborating to sequence the DNA of all life on earth. It was estimated to take ten years and cost $4.7 billion.
In June 2018, one of the world’s most morally corrupt corporations, the chemical and medicinal suppliers, Bayer AG, purchased the other most morally corrupt corporation in the world, the agrichemical giant, Monsanto, for $66 billion, thereby controlling over one quarter of the global medicinal and agriculture industry, and are ever increasing the usage of ever more deadly herbicides and genetically modified food. A recent report (2019) found that roughly of all produce sold in the US has pesticide residue on it, even after it is washed. Especially most fruit, whether nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries and pears. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) figures at least 90 per cent of North Americans have detectable pesticide levels in their urine and blood.
Another scathing new report from Food & Water Watch, outlines the madness of Monsanto. Their seeds are genetically engineered to withstand the massive, growing amounts of herbicides and pesticides, and artificial growth hormones, created and used by themselves. Such genetically modified seeds are grown on over 282 million acres worldwide, including 40 per cent of US farmland. In the US alone Monsanto earns over $11 billion in net sales, while spending over $60 million over the past two years lobbying the US government. The report found that indeed, as we’ve known for decades now, “Monsanto has become synonymous with the corporatization and industrialization of our food supply.”
technological centralization will undoubtedly take over the food
industry, while tillage (plowing) of land, will probably soon be not
allowed, and portrayed as an “unsustainable” practise by humans.
With sadness is the fact that we will then have destroyed future
generation’s ability to grow and harvest food, as well as
collecting seeds for future harvests, by erasing such knowledge from
our social memory. As we have already done by removing our knowledge
and ability to hunt and forage to provide the necessities needed to
Just over one
hundred years ago about 80 per cent of the people on the planet were
still living rural, in counties, towns, and on farms. The rest lived
in the big-cities. Farming was hard work, some risk, and for most it
became a passion. Truly providing for family and community. The smell
of hay, dirt and manure, and killing animals which were raised, to
eat them and use their hides.
calculations show that there is about 1.9 hectares of arable land per
person to supply the food and resources and absorb that human’s
waste over a year. In reality, the average human on the planet uses
about 2.3 hectares worth. Comparatively, the average American needs
about 9.7 hectares for their resources and waste, the average
African, less than half a hectare. Canada, with more land to grow
food than every other country in the world, except one (Russia), has
to import more than 80 per cent of all the fruit, vegetables, and
nuts, she consumes. In the 1970’s the province of British Columbia,
grew 75 per cent of it’s own food, today (2019) and because of
globalism, it barely grows 5 per cent.
Actual food has
become nothing but a commodity and is not distributed on the basis of
need but in accordance with market demand. In other words, the paying
consumer rather than the hungry human is the target of corporate food
production. And though humanity produces more food than at any other
time in history; we waste 40 per cent of it. And in most cases the
reason for it is because of our expectations and demand for
high-quality food that must be pleasing to the eye. Similar to how
humans interact with each other, North American supermarket chains
reject over 30 per cent of all fruits and vegetables because they
aren’t attractive enough.
waste over $31 billion dollars worth of food every year, 47 per cent
of which gets wasted at home. At the same time over 13 per cent of
Canadians (4 million people) do not have reliable access to adequate
amounts of safe, good-quality, nutritious food. Along with extreme
inequality and distribution, one of the main reasons being they are
poor, and because the food that is good for you, as with all things
good for us, is not cheap.
Meanwhile, and yet
another paradox, nearly 800 million people in the world are starving.
That’s about one in nine people on Earth. The vast majority of
the world’s hungry people live in developing countries, where
12.9 per cent of the population is
undernourished, yet at the same time there are over one
billion people in the world who are obese, and over 1.6 billion
people who are overweight.
10 companies control almost every large food and beverage brand. And
speaks volumes on our consumption habits and health. They include;
($87 billion annual revenue), and among many other items, owns Gerber
baby food, Perrier, DiGiorno, Hot Pockets, and candy brands including
Butterfinger and KitKat. And seem to have a global monopoly on
billion) which in addition to Pepsi and other sodas, also owns brands
such as Quaker Oatmeal, Cheetos, and Tropicana.
billion) has a diverse list of brands including Axe body spray,
Lipton tea, Magnum ice cream, and Hellmann’s mayonnaise.
billion) is moving beyond soda, with beverage brands including
Dasani, Fuze, and Honest Tea. And are also trying to gain a monopoly
on bottled water.
Mars ($33 billion)
is best known for its chocolate brands, such as M&M, but it also
owns Uncle Ben’s rice, Starburst, and Orbit gum.
billion), this snack-centric company’s brands include Oreo, Trident
gum, and Sour Patch Kids.
Danone ($25 billion)
is best known for yogurts like Activa, Yocrunch, and Oikos. They also
sell medical nutrition products and bottled water.
General Mills ($17
billion) produce cereals like Cheerios and Chex, but also owns brands
like Yoplait, Hamburger Helper, Haagen-Dazs, and Betty Crocker.
Foods ($16 billion). This British company owns brands such as Dorset
Cereals and Twinings tea, as well as the retailer Primark.
And Kellogg’s ($13.5
billion) which owns Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, and non cereal
brands including Eggo, Pringles, and Cheez-It.
And while millions
of small farmers are still producing the majority of the planets’
food, the transnational companies who favour global food chains
rather than local, and their chemical-intensive industrial farming
practices, are gaining ever more ground. To affirm, between 2003 and
2013, 33 per cent (4 million) of private farms in the European Union
disappeared. Gobbled up by corporations. Today only three per cent of
the chemical-intensive industrial farms control over 50 per cent of
the European Union’s agricultural land. The same thing is happening
in America where bankrupt farms are not purchased by other farmers
but by corporations. Farmers all over the globe are having their
livelihoods taken away from them, and are sadly taking their own
lives. American farmers now have the highest suicide rate of any
other profession in the US (84.5 per 100,000), more than four times
the rate of the general population. And even though not one new food
staple has been developed from a wild plant since prehistoric times,
today biotech and agribusiness corporations, such as Monsanto, have
taken out patents on crop seeds, genetically modified or not, and
even some animals, which they claim to have “invented”.
largest crop today is not as in the past, a cereal, it is sugarcane –
surprise. Corn is the second largest food crop, with rice number
three. But rice is the most important grain, as it provides over
one-fifth of the calories consumed by humans worldwide. As to
calories, today about four billion people live on a plant-based diet,
while about two billion live on a meat-based diet.
Though not a grain,
but a legume, soybean is another important crop to humanity but is
unfortunately being grown where rain forests once stood, with over 80
per cent of its production being used to feed livestock. But by far
the world’s biggest feed-grain is corn. Yes, it and bubble gum
being two of the few things able to pass through a digestive system
The US is the
leading producer and exporter of corn, accounting for four-fifths of
the total world grain harvest. They use 56 per cent of their
available water to grow such crops. Globally the US corn crop exceeds
China’s rice and wheat harvests combined, with twice as much corn
grown than rice. Thirty-seven per cent of all corn production is used
for creating ethanol, with bio-fuel production having grown 300,000
per cent (again, not a typo) in the last ten years, converting ever
more land from farming food to production of fuel. Approximately one
bushel (approx. 30 L) of corn produces 10.5 liters of ethanol, nearly
8 kg of waste (which is used for livestock feed) and 8.1 kg of carbon
dioxide. With over 10 per cent of corn production going to syrup,
sweeteners, starch, beverage alcohol and cereals, while the rest
continues to be used as simple filler for manufactured foods and for
insecticide (neonicotinoids) used on many corn and soy crops, affects
bees and other insects’ central nervous system, and is considered
one of the main causes for the loss of more than 30 per cent of bees
across North America. China and the Europe are also experiencing bee
colonies dying off, as well as further loss from mites, viruses,
climate conditions and habitat loss. What is now called colony
collapse disorder might be the start to imminent extinction for the
honey bee, which plays an important role in pollination. Its
extinction alone would be disastrous for the food chain.
pastureland which corrals and processes the world’s 20 billion
chickens, 1.6 billion cows and bulls, and one billion pigs and sheep,
now accounts for over 40 per cent of the planet’s usable surface.
The bulk of which, is in China, US, India and Australia. Not counting
the trillions of fish, crustaceans and molluscs harvested or caught,
the total biomass of the world’s livestock is nearly twice that of
humanity. Weighing twice as much as we do, taking twenty times as
much land and crops, and using hundreds of times more water to grow.
To grow a half a
kilogram of edible animal products on say one acre of land, you could
instead grow twelve to twenty times the amount in kilograms of edible
vegetables, fruit, and grain. Today, nearly 2,000 cattle, chickens,
pigs and sheep are slaughtered every second for food, about 500
billion a year, and worth about $1 trillion a year. With humanity
eating 25 per cent more meat than five years ago, it is estimated
that the demand for meat will double over the next fifteen to twenty
years, and that by 2050, as our population rises along with land
costs, real meat will be a luxury item. While fake meat will not be,
and “soylent green” not so far-fetched. Soon meat will be taxed
as much as cigarettes, gas, and sugar.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) recently analyzed data which the National Antimicrobial Resistant Monitoring System (2015) received after testing 47,000 pieces of meat sold in supermarkets, including beef, chicken, pork and turkey. And though the tests were conducted in the US, much of the same meat is sold throughout the world. Where animals enclosed within corporate factory farms, live in such stressful, crowded and unsanitary conditions they must be fed huge quantities of antibiotics to survive, and grow more quickly. The data shows antibiotic resistant bacteria in 79 per cent of turkey samples, 71 per cent of pork chops, 62 per cent of beef and 36 per cent of chicken parts. Suffice to say, children, pregnant women, older adults or the immune compromised, beware.
Today there has been
extensive research on synthetic agriculture, where molecules replace
dirt, animals, land, and hard work. But before something like this
can go forward, certain fundamentals should be met, Such as
affordability, nutrition, and taste. When this criterion is met we’ll
all buy into it in the name of “sustainability”.
healthy lives and promote the well being of all people at all ages”
An industry that is
not about curing anything, but instead, is all about making money to
mitigate the pain and trying to stave off death. Globalism has
created a health care system that has become simply disease
treatment, operating with a lack of resources for the mentally ill,
and a manufactured ignorance about addiction because people aren’t
willing to go through the “hell and back” stage it takes to
recover. Throw in rising costs of living, the lowering of our morals,
the destruction of the family, modern homelessness, and our
In the seventies,
the globalists got many liberal and democratic governments to start
shutting down facilities for the mentally ill, because they thought
it would save them money. Instead the costs to deal with the
increasing homeless and mentally-ill population, including the bulk
of time and services spent by the police, medical personal, the court
system and the health ministries, are over ten-fold over when they
were living in places to keep them safe. Locking them all up on some
remote island would be as much or far more costly. But as time went
on, modern homelessness became where we stopped seeing people and
instead started to only see problems. The causes are many, but are
most all symptoms of a much deeper crisis. The society we live in and
the continuing process of dehumanizing much of the population. The
globalist’s have also instilled mass victimization, obedience, and
hinder any upward mobility based on merit alone. And when we
stray we are locked up in prisons, or driven broke defending our
Tens of millions of
people in the developed world who have been suffering mentally, could
have perhaps been cured by now if it were not for the doctor and
pharmaceutical salesmen induced prescription epidemic of drugs such
as methylphenidates, a dopamine re-uptake inhibitor drug, which
include the brand names, Ritalin, Concerta, Daytrana, Metadate and
Methylin. Along with, anti-psychotic tranquilizing drugs, from
Thorazine, Haldol, Prolixin, Clozapine, Abilify, Clozapine, Fanapt,
Geodon, Invega, Risperdal, Saphris, Seroquel and Zyprexa. The most
popular by far, are the anti-depressants, Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft,
Celexa, and Lexapro. All simply distracting the pain instead of
dealing with it. Whether depression or addiction from lack of
spiritual care, trauma, or chemical imbalances, far too many people
today are facing illness and grief by finding comfort and meaning
through pills. Sadly the medicated
are also less inclined to do something new, like to change and become
a better person.
In the US, over 95
million people take prescription painkillers for chronic pain. But
then for over fifty years now, “many people, usually middle-aged
and elderly women, were prescribed opioid medications for the often
most trivial conditions, personality inadequacies and social
influences”. And then when sufficiently addicted, health insurance
runs out and people have to get their supply elsewhere to feed the
addiction. Getting big-Pharma to monopolize the opioid industry, and
control the Afghan opium fields using the US military for nearly
twenty years now, was brilliant. Especially now, when after people’s
prescriptions runs out on their “pain relief”, they go the cheap
route, heroin from the Afghan poppy fields.
The current cost for their prescription drug created opioid epidemic is more than $78 billion a year. The majority of this money is going to the makers of the prescription painkillers, by not fixing an injury, instead making it so we just don’t feel it, because we’re high. Other countries are also experiencing rising costs and deaths attributed to the opioid epidemic. But then, alcohol and tobacco are together, more than four times as costly to economies as the combined costs of opioids and cannabis. Americans are now dying more by overdoses than car accidents and guns. The highest drug-related death rates in the world today are in the US, Canada, and Mexico. In reality most people aren’t necessarily addicted to alcohol, porn, gambling or opioids and other drugs; they are addicted to escaping reality. And is why the supposedly War on Drugs, is actually a War on People.
Two recent studies showed that in Canada, and the US, over 60 per cent of the populations couldn’t cover a $500 emergency repair bill. Nor afford a single pill of a life-saving drug, such as for hepatitis, anti-infection, or the new multiple-sclerosis (MS) pill ($300,000 for a years prescription).
AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons), a US-based non-profit interest group with more than 38 million members as of 2018, and whose stated mission is “to empower people to choose how they live as they age”, recently completed a study of 115 specialty drugs and found that the average cost of a year’s worth of prescriptions was over $50,000, three times more than the average Social Security benefit. Although it’s true that most people don’t pay the full retail cost of medicine, the portion paid by insurance companies is ultimately passed on to consumers through higher premiums. The companies claim they need the high prices to pay for better medicines. But for every $1 they spend on basic research, they invest $19 in promotion and marketing. They also pay competitors to keep generic drugs out of the market, and have successfully lobbied Congress to keep Medicare from bargaining for lower drug prices.
Another proponent of
the Agenda is to call
for mass medication “prevention” programs, and claim they will
improve the health of citizens. To mandate over 100 vaccines to be
administered to all babies, children and adults, with those not
abiding will be taken somewhere and given the shot there, or
physically restrained in their own home. And to push heavy medication
upon children and teens while their brains are still developing. It
is also strongly advised that children get vaccinated starting at two
months of age and that the recommended schedule be strictly followed.
The pharmaceutical companies that come up with these vaccines promise
they protect children against diseases that can cause serious
illness, long-term disability and death. As of today, from birth to
six years old we receive fourteen vaccination shots.
As of 2018, vaccine
manufacturers, specifically Merck, shared in the over $85 billion of
the “outsourced healthcare logistics market”. This is expected to
grow to $105 billion by 2021. U.P.S. will dispatch nurses, and their
security, to vaccinate adults in their homes. Each vaccine will
target a viral illness of some kind. Coincidentally Merck supposedly
already has vaccines for shingles, Hepatitis-B and the flu. And just
like any other business plan they want to increase access to its
medicines and vaccines, by boosting adult vaccination rates.
Meanwhile in 2018, the US government paid $100 million for vaccine
injuries and death. Since 1989 they have paid out in excess of $4
Not all vaccinations
are bad, but they do disrupt and/or degrade our immune system. Though
eating healthy balanced food builds a healthy immune system, few
accomplish this today. And in our toxic world one needs an immune
system. As it is people with allergies, infections, cancers, asthma
attacks, suicide, anxiousness, depression and autism are all on the
rise, with vaccine auto-immunity, causing chronic health problems.
Why are babies given vaccines for Hepatitis-B, when it is picked up
through unprotected sex and needle use? Then by the time they are
teens they no longer have protection when they do become sexually
active. For this, upon birth a baby is given 250 macro-grams of the
neuro-toxin aluminum. The highest daily adult dosage is 50
macro-grams. In many places, children who are not vaccinated for
Hepatitis-B are not being allowed to even attend school.
In a recent report where 3,345 cases were looked at, 715 of which were not vaccinated; there was only one case of autism. Another report showed that people who were on a vaccine-friendly plan (choosing certain vaccinations), out of every 440 patients, one was autistic. But the gospel according to The Center of Disease Control, which everyone obediently abides by, states there is one case of autism every 45 people not vaccinated. Yet in the 1980’s, medical students were not even taught about autism. Personally, growing up in a big city I never saw it. In the 1990’s it starting becoming an issue. Mostly because vaccinated kids are sicker than non-vaccinated kids. Meanwhile, polio has been eradicated, babies don’t need to be vaccinated to prevent Hep-B, and as far as the measles, mumps, and rubella go, they are.
germs, the leading health risks of our species today are high
blood pressure, chronic illness and pain, alcohol, smoking, injuries,
mental health conditions, and bone and joint disease. Mostly because
seriously, we haven’t had to run around each day hunting and
gathering for quite some time. We are mostly dying from the things
that come into contact with our skin, lungs, and whatever we put into
our mouths and brains. With most of us dying from heart disease,
cancer, especially to the lungs and large intestine, respiratory
diseases, dementia, unintended accidents caused by not being aware
and in the moment, stroke, diabetes, flu and pneumonia, kidney
disease and suicide, which sums up our species perfectly.
As to life and
death, the latest estimates figure
the planet’s human population will be about 9.5 billion by the year
2050, and perhaps 11 billion by 2100. Studies
also suggest that while Africa’s population will grow, Asia’s
population will peak in about 2050 at about 5 billion and then
decline, while North America, Europe and Latin America’s population
will stay below one billion each. Almost 45 per cent of the growth
will be concentrated in countries that are the least able to feed
themselves – Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Currently two-thirds
of the most malnourished people on Earth live in seven countries, and
that over the next few generations there is going to be about one
billion people born in these seven countries.
Today (Oct.2019) the
world’s population is 7.7 billion people. This number is currently
rising by over 130 million per year, about 10 million, per month. On
the other hand nearly 60 million die every year. Over 48 per cent of
them people over 70 years of age. And that 69 per cent of all deaths
are from either our environment or what we ingest. Things like heart
attacks and disease, cancers, respiratory and lower respiratory
diseases, dementia, and digestive diseases. All the stuff
corporations and our own consumption habits, have thrown at us. While
the fears they instill in us, like drugs, alcohol, hepatitis,
conflicts, terrorism, and natural disasters, are all less than one
per cent of all deaths.
Any war certainly helps in more deaths and injury, which the US and the UK have gleefully provided. Ethnic cleansing also helps, and of course such events, as socialism in the 20th century, where Stalin’s Russia, Mao’s China and the killing fields of Cambodia, killed around 100 million people. Or Rwanda in 1994. Rwanda is the biggest Catholic country in Africa, and the world. Some of their priests, nuns and bishops, by radio, TV and sermons, incited violence which killed in just 100 days, about 800,000 people. Slaughtered by ethnic Hutu extremists, who were targeting members of the minority Tutsi community, as well as their political opponents, irrespective of their ethnic origin. Neighbours killed neighbours and some husbands even killed their Tutsi wives, saying they would be killed if they refused. At the time, ID cards had people’s ethnic group on them, so militias simply set up roadblocks where Tutsis were slaughtered, often with the weapons of choice, machetes. Thousands of Tutsi women were taken away and kept as sex slaves.
in Africa, and although the
continent is home to about 15.2 per cent of the world’s population,
more than two-thirds of the total infected worldwide with HIV/AIDS
(35 million people as of 2017), were Africans, of whom 15 million
have already died.
The problem with Africa is that the best prevention is of course
safer sexual behaviour, and emphasizes the need for fidelity, fewer
sexual partners, and a later age of sexual debut. All of which goes
against many aspects of many African cultures. And of course since
many of the African cultures are predominately Catholic, condoms are
deemed evil. Which certainly doesn’t help, and deeply disturbing.
Then there is tobacco, which globally is the cause of one in five deaths annually. Over 7 million deaths a year. On average, smokers die 10 years earlier than nonsmokers. In Canada, 17 to 18 per cent of all deaths are attributed to cigarettes. And yet, obviously putting any ethics aside, the Canadian government through it’s Canada Pension Plan (CPP), and through work and private pension funds and RRSP’s (registered retirement savings plans), over $1 billion is directly invested in big tobacco companies, including 35 per cent of vaping company Juul, and $118 million in Japan Tobacco.
inclusive, equitable and quality education, and promote lifelong
learning opportunities for all”
And yes of course there is indeed untold numbers of incredible teachers out there, but the typical unfocused mediocre underfunded but union driven public education system, is about producing obedient workers rather than independent thinkers. By way of the development of a dumbed-down education system operating under international “Common Core” educational standards. Such a system was established by the globalists in the early 1950’s and is set up to meet the needs of the average student despite any individual differences with their classmates, within an instructional construct. It’s curriculum, where students are expected to excel at everything in the same way and rate as their classmates. It is standardized against the average through test scores, which is odd because there is no average. And while the very few are still able to skip grades, everyone now graduates, deservedly or not. As a system that made every effort to produce equal outcomes for different categories of people, it has failed miserably. So today, the progressives and their globalists handlers are only left with plain coercion to force equal outcomes at all costs. This can be seen throughout society.
The money that could
fund a better public education system is used elsewhere, to more
important matters such as arms manufacturing or subsidizing their
monopoly on oil. Challenging and disciplined academic education on
the other hand is being left to private education, and those who can
afford it. Because only through individualized curriculum can the
greatest number of students will be able to learn anything. Yet
colleges and universities, have made billions, sending millions into
sometimes life long debt, with a degree that doesn’t mean anything in
the real world, though at the least gives the person a sense of
identity. With many of the same schools trying to eradicate
objectivity and free from bias, individualism, a belief in
meritocracy, a political system in which economic goods and/or
political power are vested in individual people on the basis of
talent, effort, and achievement, rather than wealth or social class,
and finally having a protestant work ethic. All these values are now
deemed the root cause of bigotry, and represent what is now called
“white privilege”. Indeed, the core curriculum of most education
systems today, whether in public or private, grade school, college or
university, is politically influenced at the least, but mostly by
blatant political propaganda. The
only course that may
be an exception is mathematics.
systems are partly based on the globalist’s belief in
Related to the idea that population growth is potentially exponential
while the growth of the food supply is linear, and that the planet’s
greatest enemy is human creativity. So allowing humanity from
developing their minds, critically thinking, and experimental
learning, in order to make more discoveries and inventions which
could offset the current, and future world’s crises’, must not be
Malthusians believe that science should only be used to understand
and guide the welfare of mankind. And is why by 1971, instead of
funding the curiosity and discovery in atomic, medical and space
sciences, the globalists began funding practical engineering
projects, such as the humanities, monetary economics and social
In the public
education system, science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
are disappearing. Mostly because these are hard things to do, they
take work, discipline and focus. Many public school systems have
become social clubs, where it’s all about participating and having
fun, with as little stress as possible. For the vast majority,
dancing, cooking, drama, school band, and sports have nothing to
offer if one wants to apply for post-secondary programs, they are
hobbies. Instead, teacher and former school board member Geoff
Johnson, suggests maybe teaching science, civics, and history, which,
after us baby boomers die off, will have already been completely
rewritten anyways, with real history not to be spoken or else people
might realize that they’d rather not repeat it. And to teach only
an overview of math, especially algebra, which is all about thinking
about numbers abstractly. Perhaps even courses on debating or public
speaking, or economics, especially the dangers of illusory economics,
and money management in a cashless society, debt and credit cards,
what interest means, because it’s obvious many parents aren’t
teaching such things anymore.
And yes a very few
will have the dedication, work ethic and sacrifice what is required
to be a world class athlete, artist, dancer, cook, lawyer or doctor,
but the character of that person is already there or not. It doesn’t
mean they are good people either, because success has never produced
or developed character, it only expresses it. And that worthwhile
achievement is its own reward.
The latest thing to drop out of the sky from those above, is the soon to arrive, Universal Child Day Care. They will then be able to start programming children before they even make it to kindergarten. Instead of just 13 years of kindergarten/elementary/high-school, they’ll now have one to two year old children for the next fifteen to sixteen years of their lives. Then when they are grown up and sufficiently indoctrinated in only one narrative, they will be no threat to the collective world order. The plan of course is to get people to chain themselves, by making them just smart enough to pay taxes, make them think voting actually means something, keep their head down, opinion to themselves, and that silence is golden. This is why the restructuring of the family unit has been going on for the past fifty years. Going after the family unit is the bedrock of the globalist’s plan, because family is the bedrock of civil life. For tens of thousands of years, it has been the smallest form of government. It is where children are taught how to become adults, and knowing both a mother’s love and a father’s, are taught about responsibility, respect, honesty, empathy for others, having a work ethic, love and forgiveness, and pride of one’s country or tribe. Thus family must be destroyed.
By further dividing
us as human beings. Criminalize Christianity, marginalize
heterosexuals, and promote the
very small minority of people, who are of the LBGTQ (lesbian,
bisexual, gay, transgender and queer) communities.
erosion of protestant Christianity, not the Roman Catholic Church
version, is happening because everything is now corrupt. Whether the
globalists or governments, its all about power and nothing to do with
ethics anymore. For ethics does not exist in nature, it was mostly
taught to us humans through such things as Christianity. So it must
be gone. Writer Brandon
Smith, says so well, “The
difference between Christianity and capitalist corporatism, is the
latter only uses the symbolic and avoids the meaning. This allows
culture to define morality, instead of scripture. They have taken the
symbols of Christianity, especially family values, and removed its
Meanwhile about 1.7
per cent of people born will have emotional systems which will make
them either gay men or lesbian women. This has been occurring over
the history of our species. If one were to add bisexuality and
transgender, which are both not biological but psychological, the
current LBGTQ community in some Western countries is about 4.5 per
cent of the population. Besides LBGTQ’s there are also now over
seventy other genders, with each having its own unique pronoun. Such
singular gender neutral third person pronouns must now be used when
someone’s gender is unknown or when the person is neither male nor
female. So instead of he/him/his or she/her/hers, and even if the
person may look like a woman or a man, the politically correct
pronouns to use now are, they/them/theirs, and to further confuse,
zie/hir/ey/em or eir, among many others. In some countries, including
Canada, calling someone the improper pronoun is considered hate
To further achieve
gender equality the goal is to shame anyone who expresses any male
characteristics, especially if they are white. Because only male
energy has the strength to rise up against tyranny and oppression and
fight for human rights. This must be curtailed. The suppression of
male energy is instrumental in keeping the herd docile. Then slowly
feminize society, create widespread acceptance of gentle
disobedience, share everything, and weaken any ideas of communal
Many progressives look down on women who dress sexually, but will
clap and cheer when trans-men wear the same thing.
While the well used
adage, “a woman born into a man’s body or a man born into a
woman’s body” is false, for human sexuality is binary. Gender
identity on the other hand are thoughts and feelings of our emotional
system that do not match with one’s assigned sex, which are not
hard-wired within us, they are developed.
Both males and
females develop two emotional systems, based on the chemistry going
on in our bodies: the mirror neuron system (MNS) and the
temporal-parietal junction system (TPJ). The MNS is responsible for
emotional empathy for others, while the TPJ guides cognitive empathy
and the ability to distance oneself from another person’s emotions by
focusing analytically on solving a problem. Both sexes start their
empathy process in the MNS, but the male brain often quickly switches
over to the TPJ.
Sex is a question of
biologically determined male and female, while gender is socially
determined masculinity and femininity. There are three categories of
biological human sex: male, female, and intersex. The vast majority
of humans are born with male or female reproductive systems,
secondary sexual characteristics, and chromosomal structure, and
there is a very small segment born with reproductive or sexual
anatomy that doesn’t fit the definitions of female or male
anomalies of sex chromosomes, gonads, and/or anatomic sex. Gender
meanwhile is the state of being either masculine or feminine, and is
typically used with reference to social and cultural differences
rather than biological ones. Gender is fluid and based upon personal
desire and sometimes surgery. Such determination of gender by the
very few, now allows public financing for surgeries that destroys
healthy tissue; and the use of potentially dangerous hormone/drug
therapies, especially for children, while many a child’s gender is
now determined by their parent, whether or not that child has a penis
or a vagina.
suggests many of those who are having a hard time trying to figure
out their gender, whether male or female, masculine or feminine, are
also suffering from depression, with the suicide rate amongst
themselves four times higher than the general population. All of
which only further divides us as human beings.
As to the
transgender movement, there are arguments being made today that it is
an attempt to make it a civil right to have a mental illness, much
like there is discussion lately that perhaps pedophilia should be
listed as a sexual preference. And that perhaps it is acclimatizing
the general public into familiarity for when we are interacting in
our daily lives with AI machines. Who knows?
Yet, and also in
reality, in most industrialized countries, rules, rights and laws
are, and have been in place, where equality between the sexes should
be no longer an issue. Everyone has the equal rights to make
decisions on how they want to live their lives. Women rule over
nations, and yield much influence and power working in government,
and some become very successful in private business. As of 2019, the
president, chairman and CEO of the largest arms manufacturers in the
world, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics, are women. Another one
of the biggest, Northrop Grumman’s president/chairman is a women. The
head of the CIA is a woman. As to the infamous “pay gap” between
men and women. Bits of the data was selected and used, omitting, in
nearly all cases, it was based on the fact that on average men work
42 hours per week, women on average work 32 hours per week. And on
average men work riskier jobs, where the pay is higher, even for the
women who also work such jobs.
Further to the
differential qualities of men and women, brain scans, controlled
studies, basic biology, chemistry, evolutionary psychology, and
anthropology, all demonstrate that men and women are physically and
mentally different. We absorb, process, and deliver information
differently. And though we are all one consciousness but having
different experiences, we also evolved with different priorities, and
are immersed in different combinations of hormones. This leads to a
varied interpretation and perception of reality, which is the root of
the problems between male and female, within our families, and in the
lives of our children. To remedy it, all one has to do is embrace the
differences empathically, where equality only exists in compromising.
Accept the reality that often and in many ways, men and women have
pre-determined biological and psychological roles. Our differences
are not always mutually exclusive, but we must face the fact that in
some evolutionary way we complement each other so very much, and must
not allow such a symbiotic nature of man and woman to be destroyed.
availability and sustainability management of water and sanitation
privatization, allow a few corporations to become the “Water
Division”. Free to seize and control the world’s water supplies
and charge monopoly prices to build a new water delivery
infrastructure that “ensures availability and sustainability”.
Even if it means war with other countries to achieve. The monolithic
Foods, owns over 8,000 brands of water around the world.
Such a new water delivery system has turned out to be the more than
one million plastic water bottles humanity drinks each and every
minute of each and every day. With less than 15 per cent of them
As it stands today,
70 per cent of the Earth’s surface is water, of this, only two per
cent is fresh groundwater, 99 per cent of which is not available
fresh drinking water, but instead water that is stored in lakes,
rivers, swamps, glaciers and ice sheets. The Antarctic ice sheet
itself holds about 60 per cent of the Earth’s fresh water supply.
The minimum amount
of water a human needs to survive in a moderate climate with average
activity level is about five liters per day. The minimum amount of
water needed for drinking, cooking, bathing and sanitation combined,
is about 50 liters per day, per person, and as a general rule, each
person should have safe drinking water available less than fifteen
minutes away. But in many parts of the world these minimums are still
not being reached, and in fact are declining, with the supply of
these basic needs being the most affected by the planet’s changing
climate and pollution.
The United Nations
Environment Program, reports that 450 million people in 29 countries
currently suffer from water shortages, and by 2025 an estimated 2.8
billion people (20 per cent of world’s population) will be living
in areas that will have increasingly scarce water supplies. After
2050 it is predicted that perhaps 40 per cent of the world’s
population will be living in areas of severe water shortage. Other
estimates suggest that anywhere from 768 million to 3.5 billion
people currently have no access to fresh water due to diminishing
groundwater supplies, 2.5 billion live without decent sanitation, and
over 4 billion are without wastewater disposal. At the same time over
20 per cent of the world’s aquifers are already over-exploited,
further degrading the wetlands which purify water supplies.
Canadians use 250 to 350 liters of water per day per person for
drinking, cooking, showering, washing, cleaning, flushing toilets and
watering lawns. In the Netherlands, they use just over 100 liters per
day, while in Gambia, in Africa, they use only 4.5 liters per day.
Overall, half the 7.6 billion people on the planet use about 94
liters of water per day for all their needs. And while about 85 per
cent of the fresh water that is available on the planet is used by
only 12 per cent of the population of the world, more than 12 million
people die each year from lack of water.
In June 2018, in
Cape Town, South Africa (nearly half a million people), water
rationing was set at 50 liters per person per day. The minimum amount
a person needs per day. An average shower (8 minutes) uses about 65
liters of water, in Cape Town people are down to 90 second showers,
with many skipping days in between. A typical load of laundry uses
150 L, while a dishwasher uses 22 L. It is also now illegal to water
the gardens, wash the car and to top up one’s pool. But they are
adapting, by designing such things as systems which takes a home’s
“gray water”, the water from a shower or dishwater, and using it
to flush their toilets. At the same time, in California, it is now
against the law to shower and do laundry on the same day.
Other ways to
control water consumption include voice activated wireless faucets,
which will dispense whatever metered amount of water you tell it to.
It will also be able to listen in to whatever is being said in that
room. And voice activated “intelligent” toilets, which are hooked
up to Amazon’s Alexa. This allows one to sit on the toilet and ask
for the sports scores, weather update, news, traffic reports or
perhaps a song. With Alexa listening in, one can personalize their
defecating or urinating. Alexa will know the difference in other
users voices, so whether spouse, child or friend they too can
personalize the experience. The potential is there for a private
company or program, to monitor how often the toilet is used and even
what gets flushed.
Global fresh water
is dwindling quickly, not so much from drinking, cleaning and
cooking, but from growing food and industry. We whine about what a
liter of gasoline costs, yet will pay a bit more for the same amount
of water, about three cents worth, in a plastic bottle. As for our
drinking water, multiple studies are finding that over 90 per cent of
it, from sampled bottled water worldwide, are full of plastic
particles and chemicals, including heavy metals, phthalates,
pesticides, PCB’s, and other chemicals. Also included are the
innumerable amounts of microfibers which wash off our mostly
polyester clothes. A recent study took tap water samples across five
continents and found synthetic microfibers in every sample – 94 per
cent in the US. Many of which are linked in both animal and human
studies to cause cancer, premature puberty, reduced immunity, birth
defects, endocrine disruption, insulin resistance, and other major
Adapting to present
and future water needs will mean designing rainwater catchment and
grey water systems, desalination technologies and if able, increased
use of well water, but only if groundwater table is not already
Then there is our
waste. Of all the landfills in the world, the majority are made up of
industrial waste, including wood, while the rest of the garbage is
mostly household and personal consumption trash. Billions of
kilograms of disposable diapers, cell phones, sandwich bags, pens,
plastic packaging, Bic lighters, TVs, fridges and stoves, clothing,
shoes, electronic parts, razor blades, pill bottles, rubber tires,
etc, etc, etc. Nearly a third of the landfills in the developed world
are of packaging material. With every $100 we spend, about $10 goes
for packaging, which then gets trashed. And though many of the
manufacturers try to emphasize the importance of recycling what they
use, with many in the West believing they are making a difference in
the world by sorting their jars, paper and plastic, less than 2 per
cent is actually recycled of the total waste stream.
Worldwide, 1.2 kg of
urban waste is produced per person per day. Producing the least waste
are places like Ghana, .09 kg, and Uruguay, .11 kg (about three
ounces). Though Canada’s urban waste rate is about 1.8 kg per
person per day, overall it produces more garbage per capita than
nearly every other country on the planet, except for Australia and
The US stands alone
at the top of the trash pile. With only 5 per cent of the humans on
the planet, they somehow gobble up more than 25 per cent of the
planet’s resources, and produce over 40 per cent of the planet’s
waste. Which itself spews more than an estimated 3.3 trillion kg of
carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere every year. Over half of
the 220 million tons of waste produced in the US each year ends up in
one of over 4,000 landfills spread across the land, or barged to
Asia, with over 10 million tons of the waste plastic. Of this, it is
estimated that perhaps 5 per cent might get recycled. Americans also
use over 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour of every day. And of
the 400 million or so tons of hazardous waste produced each year
globally, the US alone accounts for 250 million tons of it.
of the atmosphere, oceans, waterways, ground water and soil comes
from other modern waste, such as antibiotic, genetic engineering,
military, nuclear, and nano-waste. We could also add in the
pollutants of fake news and junk info that deny reality.
And because we can’t
fit all our junk on this one planet, there are nearly a million
pieces of debris orbiting the earth from the last 50 years of space
exploration, satellite launching and manning the space station. About
35,000 of these pieces are larger than 10 cm.
“Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern
energy for all.”
access, seems at odds with, as previously mentioned, the globalist
environmental groups currently running campaigns to disrupt the flow
of natural gas to certain countries, forcing these same countries to
build more coal-fired plants, which emit twice as much carbon dioxide
as natural gas plants.
The globalists are also penalizing coal, natural gas, and oil
companies through the cash grab called a Carbon Tax, and then they
subsidize them to continue what they are doing. Just like they
subsidize and push “green energy” companies, who are many times
inept, and often go bankrupt in five years. Energy consumption quotas
will be set on each living being and we will be punished and
criminalized for “lifestyle decisions” Smart meters that notice
when someone exceeds energy usage limits set by government. Total
surveillance of individuals, in order to track and calculate energy
As to the
globalist’s “Green New Deal”, it’s mostly all about our
energy consumption. About 20 per cent of the global population, who
happen to live in a developed, high-income country, consumes 86 per
cent of the world’s goods. This doesn’t look good for the
remaining 80 per cent of humanity; especially when such consumption
was driven by corrupt corporations, who are now saying they’ll save
us, and all we’ll have to do is give up our personal sovereignty.
Such consumption is leaving a trail of waste, deforestation, energy
disruptions, compromised fresh water sources, ocean acidification,
and all sorts of other pollution. We should all realize such a
threat, because the globalists do, and believe the remedy is to get
rid of the source, we the people. And the waste and pollution we
But some realities
are not mentioned in the Green New Deal, such as none of the new
renewable energy sources can easily be relied upon to produce enough
energy in winter, especially in northern latitudes.
great, but is usually a spring dominated resource, and that most all
the suitable locations around the globe are already jam-packed with
dams, and heavily developed. And while winds tend to be variable year
to year and month to month, wind energy is great in the winter
months, but it is also dependent on the continuation of the present
economy, to offset the high costs of the high-tech moving parts and
technological maintenance to keep the blades turning. And the fact
that the larger turbines need at least a 9 to 11 km per hour wind to
get them moving. When winds reach 85 km per hour they must be shut
down, because there is a limit to blade pitch adjustment, to safely
deliver power to the grid.
Twenty-first century be damned. About three billion people still cook and heat their homes using wood-burning household fires and inefficient stoves. The typical cooking fire produces about 400 cigarettes’ worth of smoke an hour, and prolonged exposure is associated with respiratory infections, eye damage, heart and lung disease, and lung cancer. And besides, if the current global population had to do the same, whether burning wood or other parts of the biomass, the planet would soon enough be bald.
installations meanwhile, don’t keep the lights on during a power
outage or on a cloudy day, because if they don’t have battery backup,
their supply of power goes to the grid, not directly to houses.
Battery backup is an issue for all these renewable energies. A very
costly enterprise, batteries are expensive, and tend to be used only
for short time periods, on average, a three day storage level. While
broken or discarded panels become toxic electronic waste. And along
with damaged wind turbine blades, batteries and other pieces, much of
it is unable to even be recycled; with any recycling so costly it
will have to be subsidized.
To compensate for
limited wind and solar power, especially over the winter months, and
the still needed development in battery technology, there will still
need to be underground storage for natural gas and connecting
pipelines for use in the winter months, then not used for much of the
year. With specialized maintenance and expertise in natural gas work
The thing is that
whether, solar panels, wind turbines, batteries, and modern
hydroelectric dams, all would not be possible without fossil fuels.
Just like agriculture is also very dependent on fossil fuels.
Currently over 80 per cent of global energy production comes from
fossil fuels, seven per cent comes from (maxed out) hydroelectric
power, two per cent from wind power, and one per cent from solar
power. The Green New Deal’s credo is to ramp up wind and solar
power from its current three per cent production level to over 90 per
cent by the year 2030, and not use fossil fuels anymore.
Then there are
facts. Since 1985, electricity’s share from all renewable energy
sources, of total energy consumption, rises 0.37 per cent per year.
Of the total energy consumption today, 43.4 per cent is electrical,
from all sources. So continuing on with such a growth rate, it will
take 153 years until the world economy can operate completely, using
Today, around 25
per cent of world marketed energy consumption comes from renewable
sources (biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, and wind).
It was estimated
that by 2050, about 50 per cent of the world’s energy will come from
solar and wind. In the US today, only 10 per cent of energy comes
from renewable sources (mostly hydroelectric energy).
suggested that this will increase to 17
The plan is to
eliminate electricity for extended periods of time to further “keep
us in the dark”, and like in California recently, “to quell
forest fires”. Because of the fear of a spark erupting from
under-maintained infrastructure and power-lines, the excuse. Black
outs and grey outs will become the norm.
And to further control electricity with smart meters and the use as
surveillance devices. Having no choice in not having one. Appliances
will talk to the meter, we will be instructed to wash at night, it
will know how many people are at home, and what devices we use and
when. If using more power than a neighbour, they will want to know
why and notify you. Individual rights, personal and private will be
compromised. Then there are the health concerns from wireless, as
smart meters pulse out their information every 15 minutes. Easily
hacked, it will know when you are home or not. Refuse hooking up one
will be criminalized.
People who are
experts on such things suggest that if the power went out in most
Western countries, and never turned back on, after thirty days half
the population would be dead. Within a year 80 to 90 per cent would
be dead. All infrastructure, from sewers, bridges, roads, buildings,
welfare, health care, social programs to even our own physical and
mental health would quickly crumble. A critical issue that we take
for granted, three days without fresh water we die. But the number
one killer will be water-borne diseases, then either freezing or
starving to death, dying from an accident, stupidity and ignorance,
or because one is fat and/or out of shape. The trick would be to
somehow at least preserve the purpose of law, not justice per se but
a mechanism to solve disputes. Such ways can be highly imperfect, but
it’s better than the alternative.
sustained, inclusive, sustainable economic growth, full and
productive employment and decent work for all.
Regulate small business out of existence with government mandated minimum wages that will bankrupt huge sections of the economy. Currently, the jobs on the decline include mostly private industries in manufacturing, construction and natural resources. Jobs on the rise are within mostly ever expanding government controlled bureaucracies, such as education, health and social assistance. And though Canada, and the US, have the lowest unemployment rates in 40 years, the majority of job growth is in part-time employment, in many cases jobs where no experience is necessary. Which is a sore point for the concept of a guaranteed minimum wage, where small business’ especially, will have to pay a set minimum wage to someone no matter if that person brings anything of value or not, such as experience, showing up on time, having a good attitude, and willing to learn. And is why places like McDonald’s are switching to electronic “kiosks” instead of actual people. At the same time, relying on working at McDonald’s for “a living wage” is of course not the way to go if one wanted to raise a family.
The globalists are
also forcing employers to meet hiring quotas of LGBTQ etc workers,
just like the “affirmative action” plan for blacks. This where
getting a job based on merit goes the way of the dodo bird. And of
course, they are destroying
free market economics by denying permits and licenses to companies
who don’t comply. But support
“chosen” private corporations with public funds for “sustainable
also got many believing that the wealthy and their corporations are
job creators, so must not be taxed. They lie, the
middle class and poor are the job-creators through their purchases of
goods and services. If they don’t have enough purchasing power
because they’re not paid enough, companies won’t create more jobs
and economy won’t grow.
In 1965 a CEO of a
company made twenty times more in income than a private-sector
non-supervisory production worker. Today (2019) a CEO makes 300 per
cent more. And in the same time frame most all the wealth created
went right to the top. From 2007 to 2013, overall wealth increased
over 26 per cent, while the average household lost 43 per cent of
their wealth. In 2003 the inflation-adjusted net worth for the
typical American household was nearly $88,000, just ten years later
it was only $56,000. If this gap continues, it is estimated that over
half of all US households will be bankrupt within the next decade.
Since 2007/08 the US economy has
lost 14 million jobs. During this time their population has grown by
17 million people.
the world today very well, is the current global job market. The
top employer on the planet is the US Department of Defence, with 3.2
million employees, 1.6 million of which are said to be active and
reserve duty troops. Then China’s, People’s Liberation Army, with
2.3 million employed, all of whom are active duty troops. Next are
Walmart, with 2.1 million employees and McDonalds, with 1.9
employees. Others in the top ten include the UK National Health
Service, the China National Petroleum Corporation, the State Grid
Corporation of China, India Railways, the Indian Armed Forces, and
the Hon Han Precision Factory (Foxconn), all
with more than 1.3 million employees each. Foxconn is the world’s
largest contract electronics manufacturer and the fourth-largest
information technology company by revenue. It is also the assembler
of Apple’s I-Phone, one of the most addicting drugs in the world..
The US prison
industrial complex is the country’s third largest employer. And
because of over-regulation and the criminalization of debt, a market
was created by the simple act of keeping a person locked up in a
cell, often for minor offences that carry stiff penalties, which
often can’t be paid, or unwarranted sentences, and in many cases
zero tolerance. Often such prison’s employees are high-school
educated men and women with no other options in the small town they
reside in. With the actual prison often the biggest employer in the
county. And that the majority of those doing time are black, because
the majority of them have grown up without a father, so the local
gang leader often stepped into that role.
As to the economy, the globalists, through their central banks, plan on funding their Agendas by using such concepts as Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). Neither modern nor a theory, MMT is the printing of money to create unlimited amounts of real wealth, with rates of exchanges between money and goods and services to be set by a central body, bypassing market demand. But there are limits to the amount of real resources that you can extract through seigniorage, the difference between the value of money and the cost to produce and distribute it.
believe that this means they can never go broke, ignoring the fates
of the Roman Empire, Weimar Germany, Hungary, Yugoslavia, and more
recently Zimbabwe and Venezuela, among others. Their downfalls were
caused by hyperinflation. Also, as
the former Soviet Union, Cuba, and North Korea proved, any
inefficient use of resources leads only to economic impoverishment.
Unable to feed their people and nearly impossible to gain any
traction for development.
believe in increased
government spending during recessionary times, but calls for
government restraint in a rapidly growing economy. Which prevents the
increase in demand that spurs inflation, and forces the government to
cut deficits and save for the next down cycle in the economy.
The globalists don’t worry about debt, they believe only government
spending creates goods and services, and that taxation drains any
excess liquidity and controls inflation. The International Money Fund
and World Bank meanwhile pride themselves in their “austerity
programs”, which have impoverished millions, and even bringing down
developed nations. Such austerity measures hide behind the slogan
Under MMT there is
also the jobs guarantee, where
anybody who wants a job would be guaranteed to have one, at a
living wage, by the government. MMT is the sovereign-friendly
justification for deficit spending without end. It allows globalist
controlled governments to bribe the populace to keep voting for them,
and to fund one or another of their incessant wars from an
inexhaustible supply of credit or funding.
Meanwhile the stock
market is a blatantly rigged “wealth
extraction operation”. Other rigging operations include high
frequency trading, dark pools, Quantitative Easing (QE) and the Zero
Interest Rate Policy (ZIRP), which gives interest free money to a
select handful of “primary dealers”, post
hoc rationalization of political expediency, and power-expanding
Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing (QE) program, under the guise
of stimulating job growth, recently used QE to create US$4 trillion
out of thin air. Most of the $4 trillion created went to the richest
.01 per cent of the population who already had $21 trillion in
unused wealth. In reality, QE is a massive welfare program for the
mega-wealthy. With that $4 trillion, the Federal Reserve could have
instead given every non-millionaire US household $40,000, or they
could have given around 114 million Americans $35,000 each. The
remaining two hundred million people would be out of luck.
If QE went to the
American people, poverty would undoubtedly be eliminated, with every
person over the age of 18 be given a guaranteed living income.
Instead, in many developed nations the majority of the populations
are living in a neo-feudal society, where instead of the indentured
servant we are now indebted wage slaves. The globalist’s centrally
planned economic policy and government legislation are designed to
keep the population economically insecure, subservient and enslaved
in debt. Using their ownership of mainstream media companies to keep
us ignorant and unaware.
All the while,
liberal democracy, protectionism with free trade, and
authoritarianism are starting to mean the same thing, while most
other pressing issues of today are ignored by way of distraction.
Much like the reality that many industrialized countries today are
“hovering between status quo and authoritarianism, and are no
longer distinguishable from their apparent enemies”.
Some even believe
that the increase in the value of newly produced goods and services,
and the ideology of capitalism, have created an environment that is
responsible for improvements in a person’s well being. This is what
has been instilled into our brains. But since the 1970’s, the
pursuit of happiness has simply morphed into the “pursuit of
Many factors create
changes to one’s quality of life, including economic equality. And
all is not equal. An economic system whether capitalism or communism,
has nothing to do with the quality of our lives. Consider that the
majority of lottery winners are broke within a few years. And further
in debt than they were before they had won. But then with money, it
depends on where you live, what money means to you, and how you were
taught to manage it. Unfortunately, the harsh truth is that, one of
the most important drivers of one’s living standards,
opportunities, education and the ability to create wealth, are
determined at birth, and to what family one is born into.
resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable
industrialization and foster innovation.”
of building new infrastructure, we are mostly repairing old
infrastructure that’s been neglected for fifty years. With most such
infrastructure projects over budget to build, then an endless stream
of cost over-runs to be paid for faulty construction, design and
materials, break-downs, and ever ongoing maintenance. Previously
globalists use the World Bank and the IMF to put countries into
extreme debt, by spending money to hire corrupt corporations to build
large scale infrastructure projects that ensnares developing
countries into further debt.
infrastructure, I have always found it odd that China has built more
than 30,000 kilometers of high-speed rail over the last decade. That
Japan’s bullet trains can reach nearly 320 kilometers per hour and
date to the 1960s, and have moved more than 9 billion people without
a single passenger casualty.
And that France began service of their high-speed train in 1981 and
the rest of Europe quickly followed. Yet in the US there is no true
high-speed train service, aside from sections of Amtrak’s Acela
line in the Northeast Corridor, where it reaches 240 kilometers per
hour for only 55 kilometers of its 735 kilometer span. Its average
speed between New York and Boston is about 104 kph. There is a
high-speed rail system under construction in California, but whether
it will ever get completed as intended is uncertain. The second
largest country in the world, Canada,
the only G7 country that does not have high-speed
As for fostering
innovation (see education) the globalists will soon control all
patents, and will punish
the rich, entrepreneurs and innovators, and confiscate nearly all the
gains of those who choose to work hard and excel, then redistribute
to the masses of non-working and unemployed.
“Reduce inequality within and among countries.”
When I coached
midget (15 to 17 years old) hockey, I saw the time when I was no
longer allowed to give out an MVP award, or most dedicated player.
Instead everyone had to get a medal, to protect their self esteem. No
more patting players on the butt or touching them. In the dressing
room there had to be two adults, never just one. The players confused
because they were being told it’s not about winning anymore. And if
it wasn’t, why do we still keep score and why bother with
competition. Maybe that’s the globalist’s point.
ideal is “equality of outcome” over “equality of opportunity”.
The latter is where we all begin life like we are all standing on a
start line. Ahead of us is our lives and what we want to do with
them. And how we want to live them. Then a starter’s pistol goes
off. Some never make it to a standing position, some may lie down,
and some may sit. The rest run forward, and some walk. Some get
pushed aside, some are attacked, and some even die. Some tire out,
get sick or break down. Some slowly walk forward constantly looking
over their shoulder, some have stopped and turned around staring back
from hence they came. Many fall, some get right back up. For many,
their individual lives within their environment prevents them from
getting ahead, some don’t care, and simply hold out their hand. And
some strive, survive, keep their morals, empathy, and integrity
intact, are disciplined, and work hard, and who are most often those
who achieve what it is that strive to be. Their success is their
reward, and should be rightfully earned, though sometimes it is not.
Equality of outcome
on the other hand, is where we begin life standing on the same
starting line, a bell gets rung and everything mentioned above
happens to the same number of people. The race to achievement, worth
and personal development is still on, whether the achievement means,
fame, fortune, or self-awareness. The same articles of human conduct
apply, but this time when everyone nears their end, everyone gets the
same reward. No matter what they did to get there, deserved or not.
As for reducing
inequality among countries, this means no borders, so that trade can
move cheaply, and large groups of unskilled workers can be moved
around to where needed. It would be open season for the growth of
trafficking of all things, whether children or drugs.
And though it may be
politically correct to say that “diversity is strength”, a
recent study out of Denmark, meta-analyzed 1,001 estimates from 87
other studies and found that in actual fact, there is a “significant
negative relationship between ethnic diversity and social trust.”
Even when controlling for deprivation. Basically, it found, what has
perhaps always been the case throughout human history, that mass
immigration by those unwilling to assimilate into a new culture
erodes community trust and harms society.
cities and their suburbs inclusive, safe, resilient, and
in most rural areas by instituting “protected areas” where no
people will be allowed to go. Force all people into mega-cities where
they can be kept under 24/7 surveillance, and easier to manipulate
and control. Any growth outside such a region, not allowed. A private
farmer would be unable to get goods to market because he couldn’t
afford the costs, surcharges, regulation bureaucracy, and taxes to
do so. The farmer’s energy will be well monitored and severely
restricted, with the share of most all services, including school
services and medical clinics eventually cut. Only option will be to
move into high density development regions.
City centers will be
populated by a vast government employed populace, whether banking,
surveillance, intelligence or management. Any land outside such civic
or regional centers will be owned by the government. Surrounding such
centers will be the vast majority, living in crates piled on top of
each other, compressed into towers, lining transportation routes into
the city center. With most everyone massively government dependant.
Streets lined with smart lampposts, each able to send its signals by
wireless. Topped off with cameras, listening devices and censors for
the collection of air quality, traffic, and weather data, and of
course for monitoring, we the public. Our lives determined by
algorithms, with a person’s bio-metrics, home, health, and habits,
all monitored and regulated. Facial recognition programs track us
based on what we buy, where we go, what we say, text, tweet, e-mail
and what we do in public. It was estimated that currently, about half
the population of both Canada and the US have their image “on
file”. Then there’s the surveillance complex and their monolithic
data collecting agencies. A hundreds of billions of dollars industry,
where everyone in the populace here and abroad, are deemed suspect,
and monitored, regulated, tracked and spied on. Such data agencies
have compiled lists of those deemed threats to “national security”,
so that in times of national emergency or under martial law, such
individuals, whether they are or not, will be rounded up and
incarcerated. Can’t imagine how many are on such lists today, but
in 2008, there were already more than 8 million Americans on the
Ban all gun
ownership by private citizens. Only ones to have them obedient
enforcers ruling over an unarmed, enslaved class of impoverished
workers, with or without a universal basic income, consisting of a
dumbed down, never questioning population, all following only one
narrative. Making the cities safe by taking away the population’s
Get rid of cars and
create walk-able cities in designated regions. Penalize car owners
and eventually ban vehicle ownership. Any cars will be self-driven
and strictly monopolized. Force everyone onto public transit where
facial recognition cameras can monitor you better, and report the
movement of any person in society. Put bike lanes in everywhere
whether to be used or not, and paint crosswalks in rainbow colors. As
for small electric cars, they are currently only available to those
who can afford them. If everyone had one we’d see our electrical
energy usage spike each night while everyone charged their car. Much
like if we all installed yet another air conditioner. But if they
ever were able to replace fossil fuel cars all together, then there
would no longer be a gas tax, which pays to take care of roads and
its infrastructure. As it is, cars will soon have smart odometers,
and we will be taxed by mileage, to achieve “sustainability”.
sustainable consumption and production patterns.”
Levy punitive taxes
on consumption of fossil fuels and electricity, causing standards of
living to drop to Third world levels. Control the narrative, running
campaigns on TV, movies and social media to shame people who use
gasoline, water or electricity, creating a social construct of
ninnies, social justice warriors and tattlers, people who rat out
their neighbours in exchange for food credit rewards, a pat on the
back, and even a hug that they no doubt never got.
Globally, as already
mentioned, about 20 per cent of humanity who happen to live in a
developed, high-income country consumes 86 per cent of the world’s
goods. At the same time, over 30 per cent of the world’s population
who live in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa consume only 3.2 per
cent of the world’s total. The poorest countries in the world
account for only 1.3 per cent of all spending. The richest 20 per
cent of the world consume 45 per cent of all meat and fish of the
planet’s supply, the bottom 20 per cent consume 5 per cent. The top
20 per cent, also use up over 58 per cent of the total energy
produced, the poorest use less than 4 per cent. They consume more
than 84 per cent of all paper, the bottom a mere 1.1 per cent. They
also own over 87 per cent of the world’s vehicle fleet, while the
bottom 20 per cent own less than 1 per cent.
The US alone uses up
a third of the world’s paper, a quarter of its oil, over a quarter
of the coal, and nearly 30 per cent of the aluminum. America’s per
capita use of energy, metals, minerals, forest products, fish,
grains, meat and yes, even fresh water, rises to a monolith compared
to people living in the developing world. In fact, one American
consumes as much energy as seven hundred Africans. They have attained
this not by being smart but by stomping around the planet
destabilizing the ability of independent states to exist and protect
their own resources from being plundered, by military means, often by
the art of coup, and replacing elected leadership with obedient
global consumption, the world’s 3,000 biggest corporations cause
about half of all environmental damage, and about one-third of their
profits. Any other profits go to a few CEO’s and speculators, even
though current external costs now total $7.3 trillion a year. To
counterbalance this discrepancy, the global fossil fuel industry is
conveniently subsidized by respective governments to the tune of $5.6
trillion a year, using tax payer dollars.
urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.”
But first we must
recognize who is affecting the climate the most. And take the word
urgent out of the above sentence. It is true that
10 per cent of the world’s population who are responsible for the
vast majority of greenhouse gas emissions live in North America,
because of their consumption habits, not their numbers. While the two
biggest economies in the world China and the US are producing the
most greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide. It’s interesting
that according to most of the studies, surveys, and polls that have
been taken around the world over the years, the consumers of these
two countries are also found to be the least concerned about carbon
emissions. The silent majority remain silent, cloaked in cognitive
dissonance. But then, the biggest impacts upon this planet are not
because of greenhouse gases. If it was, we could combat climate
change fairly quickly.
You want to better
the planet and avoid future climate disruption, and much civil
unrest, start with the Orwellian-named, US Department of Defence. Per
capita it is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide into the
atmosphere today, by far. It is also the largest institutional
consumer of fossil fuels (mostly petroleum) in the world, more than
any other country. Its air force alone consumes over 60 per cent of
it, about 11 trillion liters. An F16 jet-fighter (nearly $18 million
to build) consumes over 11,000 liters of jet-fuel an hour. An M1
Abrams battle tank, burns over 220 liters an hour, getting about 250
meters per liter. And of course they are also the world’s greatest
terrorist state and threat to world peace, with 10 aircraft-carrier
battle groups, and over 900 U.S. military bases, installations and
facilities around the globe, which are nearly all toxic, radioactive,
polluting, and immoral cesspools. In fact many of their bases
consistently rank among some of the most polluted places in the
world. The US produces more hazardous waste than the five largest
chemical companies combined. Whether depleted uranium, oil, jet fuel,
pesticides, defoliants or lead. They are currently polluting more
than 140 countries. On a side note, the US Navy is planning
(Nov/2019) to release 20,000 tons of “environmental stressors”,
including heavy metals and explosives, at sea, off their Pacific
The globalists are trying to speed up the process of culling the global population down to a level where further geo-engineering and the greater use of renewable energies will allow CO2 levels to drop, allowing the Earth’s atmosphere return to natural rhythms. With their agenda including further enhancing any effects of climate change attributed to CO2 emissions, through geo-engineering projects such as HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program). Started up in 1993, HAARP is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency. It is being used for either electromagnetic warfare capabilities or weather modification. Especially using sky’s seeded with conductive aerosols, such as aluminum, barium, and strontium, by way of “chem-trails” which manipulates the jet stream. If HAARP is also electromagnetic capable, it could create such things as wildfires, hurricanes, drought, flooding and perhaps even earthquakes. Perhaps a way to get people off the land, whether homesteader, farmer, rancher or villager, by corporations who will pay out the insurance money, then buy the land for a far better price. With the people then having to move to a city or its suburb.
Credited non biased
researchers have recently concluded that the adaption to unavoidable
consequences of climate disruption, and to prevent the crises from
worsening in the coming decades, over $2 trillion should be invested
over the next ten years, which would create early-warning systems,
climate-resilient infrastructure, improved agriculture crop
production, global mangrove/wetlands protection, and investing in
making available and limited water resources more resilient. The only
problem in the equation the globalists see is that the population
must be lowered, which would lower the stress on the planet’s
available resources and environment.
that a few trillion dollars would be enough, along with further
adaptation and innovation, to get climate disruption at the least,
from worsening, yet the globalist backed progressive democratic
socialists in the US, if elected, want to somehow come up with over
$20 trillion over the same next ten years, so that every American has
and sustainably use the oceans, seas, lakes, rivers and marine
resources for “sustainable development”.
Ban most all ocean
fishing, causing runaway food price inflation. Criminalize the
operation of private fishing vessels, and place all ocean fishing
operations under the control of government. Only allow certain
corporations to carry out ocean fishing operations, under government
contract, with product sold to an elite market. Such decisions will
be based on how much a corporation donates to lawmaker’s campaigns.
All other fish to be farmed in stagnate and nasty conditions, infused
in a soup of hormones, fish-feed, waste, anti-bacteria, and
Along with more than
one-third of the world’s total grain output, one-third of the
world’s fish catch is also fed to livestock. Of
the world’s fish catch, 90 per cent of the largest fish in the
oceans, including tuna, cod, shark, marlin, swordfish, and halibut
are already gone, just in the last 50 years.
stocks continuing to drastically drop. Climate change is a very small
contributing factor but is used so we don’t have to point the finger
so much at ourselves. The problems include degradation of their
habitat, hatchery fish have complicated genes, too high fish harvest
limits for way too long, dams with no upstream or downstream passage,
pollution, ocean plastics, warming oceans, and dead zones of ocean
According to a
recent study, if things carry on as they are, by 2025 the oceans are
expected to contain about one ton of plastic for every three tons of
fish. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish.
Chew on that for awhile.
It is estimated that
about 150 million tons of plastic debris currently floats around the
seven seas. Much of it takes hundreds of years to break down back to
its base, tiny plastic nodules. These beady little pellets are less
than one micron in diameter, about the diameter of a bacterium.
Comparatively, spider web silk is about three to eight microns, a
single human hair averages between ten and two hundred microns. These
oil-based plastic nodules, as well as the previously mentioned
micro-fibers, are used in everything from toothpaste to cosmetics,
shampoo, soap, and aspirin. Such nodules and fibers are also what
such things as socks, shoes, bed-sheets, acrylic, polyester, latex,
cotton or wool blends, are made up of. And are all things which we
wash on a regular basis.
While the larger
pieces of plastic kill thousands of the largest animals, like the sea
lion, seals, turtles and birds. The micro-plastics nodules, can
absorb certain pollutants, and are easily ingested by many water
species, including fish and shellfish. Millions of sea creatures are
affected by consuming plastic. With many, eventually ending up on our
dinner plate, and what we don’t eat gets thrown out in a plastic
bag, another lion king circle of life sort of thing.
Recently, a young
blue whale washed up on a Spanish beach. An autopsy deemed it died
from peritonitis, basically an infection of the inner lining of the
stomach, as it was unable to digest or excrete the over 29 kilograms
of plastic found within its digestive system.
From 1950 to 1999,
plastic production rose 20,000 per cent. In the first 10 years of the
21st century, more plastic was produced than in all of the
last century. This includes the over 70 billion plastic bottles and
one trillion plastic bags that are produced each year globally.
Currently about 300 million tons of plastic is produced yearly. About
half of which is for single use packaging.
When such plastic,
chemical sludge and other debris end up in the oceans, currently at
the rate of one dump truck dumping its load every minute, it creates
such things as trash vortexes in the oceans. Plastic debris comes
mostly from Asia and Africa, while the Western countries’ obedient
citizens at least attempt to recycle their jars, cans, plastic and
paper, nearly shamed into doing so.
“Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of land ecosystems,
and to sustainably manage forests.
combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation. Halt
2016 over 50 per cent of total global forest loss happened in only
three countries, Brazil, Canada, and Russia. Romania lost all its
intact forests. Madagascar has lost over 90 per cent, Paraguay 79 per
cent. Current estimates suggest Paraguay, Laos, Cambodia and
Equatorial Guinea will lose all their forests within the next twenty
years. Even the rich, vast northern forests of Canada, has lost or
altered over half of its forest cover. British Columbia doesn’t
even do anything with the forests they are cutting down; they simply
export the tree intact, de-limbed, but bark still on her, to Asia.
everywhere, logging is the principal devourer of forests, with cattle
ranching and commercial agriculture a close second. Fires linked to
human action accounted for 21 per cent of the loss, with mineral
exploitation taking its fair share. West Africa’s coastal rain
forests have nearly all but disappeared since 1900. Because of air
currents, if all the African rain forests were to vanish, rainfall in
the Gulf of Mexico, the Ukraine, and Southern Europe, would drop
In Southeast Asia,
Indonesia alone deforests one million hectares a year. Brazil has
lost about 95 per cent of its coastal forest, and much of its 60 per
cent share of the Amazon basin, with their government declaring their
deforestation addiction a national emergency. The biggest chunk of
rain forest remaining is still the Amazon basin. Now only covering
about four million sq km, it represents over half of the planet’s
remaining rain forests. It is the largest and most diverse rain
forest on the planet. Besides many other living species, it has been
estimated that the Amazon forest still has 390 billion individual
trees, of 16,000 different species. Twenty per cent of the Amazon
forest has already been clear cut, another twenty per cent is close
to being gone. Of the remaining forests, over 90 per cent are now
being affected by forest degradation. It is estimated that if
conditions persist, by 2030, there will only be about 20 per cent of
the Amazon forests remaining, with half of it in a degraded
condition. In fact, one tenth of all global carbon emissions today
are coming from the clearing of land and accompanying fires in the
For the quickly
disappearing Amazon basin, its future climate is already here. As it
loses its tree cover rainfall in parts of the US Midwest, Northwest,
and in most of their Southern states, will drop significantly, and
already is. By
2050 it is estimated that all tropical forests will be gone from the
land degradation, besides causing more flooding and water run-off, is
also the root cause of most socioeconomic problems in many of the
developing countries. But the madness of deforestation for profit
To “combat” this
the globalists plan, as already mentioned, is to force people to move
settlement zones, urban/mega-cities. There we will be put into 28
square meter (3 by 9 meter) urban modular housing units,
predominately stacked on top of each other. Mass resettlement as
people are forced to vacate where they live, and abolition of all
private property . Create vast wilderness spaces, for future use.
private land ownership. Tightly control all agriculture and
agricultural tracts, including ranches, by policies dictated by
Monsanto/Bayer and government regulators. Regulate every input that a
farmer uses. Nationalize farms.
Ban wood stoves,
rainwater collection and home gardening. Criminalize self-reliance,
and force total dependence on government. Can’t have people living
off the grid and living in “protective forests”. Allow no private
ownership, no private land, and stop allowing people from doing what
they want to the land/property they do own. Using “Sensitive lands”
laws, your private property overlay and public property can be taken
away at any time. Whether a copse of Garry Oak trees, or a stream
running through or under your property, or your back yard is an
animal crossing, lands will be seized without compensation and
dedicated forever to protection. Often, without you even knowing.
All zoning laws and
bio-diversity areas will be mapped out. Here in British Columbia,
there are many whose main residence is either in another province or
country, who also own a home or condo here. The majority, especially
those with single dwelling homes, spend months here. That’s why
they bought here. They shop, furnish their home, garden, get their
car fixed, go to Home Depot every weekend, dine, contribute to the
community and carry on as if they live here, which they do. They know
and are friends with their neighbours. But now, such owners have to
pay a two per cent speculation tax, if they do not live in their home
at least six months out of the year. If it’s less time one is now
required to rent the place out. Even though many of these foreign and
domestic owned homes/condos are on the higher end of the scale for
renter availability. The working poor, unemployed, homeless, student
or single mom with children certainly won’t be able to afford the
rent. Especially when you’d have to move out for some months while
the owners live there. And who’s furniture and artwork on the walls
is it. So what sort of diversity are we talking about here exactly.
16. “Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, private access to justice for all and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels”. The scariest line in the Agenda.
again, everyone herded into mega-cities. Where theoretically, if any
dissidence occurs we could all be sprayed down if needed.
of the other many ways is granting
legal immunity to illegal aliens and “protected minority groups”.
As well as medical care and whatever else they need, and eventually
their vote. This will free some of them to maybe engage in illegal
and even immoral activity, because they are now entitled as a
“protected class” in society. And because of “diversity”,
they no longer have to assimilate into the general population. Just
look at what is happening to Sweden and the UK. As to the “inclusive
institutions”, this means that corporations who hire illegal
aliens, the LGBTQ etc, community, and other protected classes, over
merit, will be given favourable tax structures and government grants.
And though many are walking around saying “Hello. I am special”,
decisions will favor the “common good” (the herd) over
individuals. With the ends justifying the means. The moral principle
of the ends can never justify the means will become a myth.
As for law, which often has nothing to do with justice, use revenue, tax and other federal agencies to selectively punish unfavourable groups with punitive audits, and regulatory harassment. All the while ignoring the criminal activities of those corporations favoured by the government. Because the elites have no problem that everyone be allowed to be treated the same before the law and enjoy the same rights as other citizens, except of course for the elite. In reality there is a two-tiered law system. But really no one is more in favour of equal rights and abolition of social privileges than the elite, since they have no need for social privilege since they control the real power, money. Further, they’d rather remove due process, especially since the majority of those being incarcerated are unable to have proper representation as it is, nor can afford to submit any sort of defence. Get it into the mainstream media and one can be convicted not by a jury but a biased public opinion. Then the government will destroy you because you are no match for the funds they can spend. Without even being proven guilty by a court of law, you can be destroyed financially, lose your family, friends, all your possessions and livelihood. With many then putting a gun in their mouths and pulling the trigger.
everything. In many western countries, especially the US and Canada,
the typical person goes through each day breaking at least three
laws, that we aren’t even aware of. And we are beyond simply thinking
someone is doing wrong that law enforcement can give a good enough
excuse for a warrant to bug someones phone. “It’s no longer based
on the traditional practice of targeted taps based on some individual
suspicion of wrongdoing. It covers phone calls, emails, texts, search
history, what you buy, who your friends are, where you go, who you
17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
way of enacting
global trade mandates that over-ride individual national, state or
province, and local laws. Grant unrestricted powers to corporations
such as Monsanto, Dow Chemical, RJ Reynolds, Coca Cola, and Merck.
Enact laws where a town or province can be sued if they “effect the
profit making ability of such entities”. Pass global trade
agreements that bypass a nation’s lawmakers and override intellectual
property laws, to make the world’s most powerful corporations
maintain total monopolies over drugs, seeds, fresh water, chemicals
and technology. Nullify national laws and demand total global
obedience to trade agreements authored by an unelected world body and
rubber stamped by the US.
Implement policies meant to incentivize a reduced population, through
vaccinations, health care, and reproductive services, like
pharmaceuticals, and abortion, genetically modified food, fluoride,
and radiation manufactured diseases.
A major piece of the
plan also includes the insidiously modern technology, called 5G
(fifth generation cellular network technology). All things will
become a part of the web, including ourselves. To explain, humans
possess only four basic emotions, arousal, pleasant, unpleasant, and
calm. And since we are electromagnetic and electrical organisms, with
even our cells and cell structures communicating electrically, these
basic emotions operate on their own separate frequency. Though unable
to travel through solid objects, such frequencies are felt when we
interact with one another. They are the vibes we get from one
another, whether it’s romance in the air, or the undertone of
unease and danger, “cutting the air in the room with a knife”.
The frequencies are also based on our five physical sensors: of
taste, sight, hearing, touch, and smell, which along with the senses
of balance, pain, hunger, thirst, and temperature contributes to our
experience of our surroundings, but which only shows us a
three-dimensional universe. Our behaviour on the other hand will come
from inherited traits, while our perceptions of things, comes from
information received, experiences, and our consciousness. When such
fields are in balance we are healthy, when they are not, we
experience disease – physically, mentally, emotionally, and
psychologically. 5G technologies can manipulate these frequencies,
and destabilize their distributions, to induce feelings of arousal,
conviviality, meanness, friendliness, anger, and even experience
extreme pain, without our awareness. Indeed, 5G technology initially
was developed to be used as crowd control weapons, where when used
can either make a crowd feel like their skin is on fire, or everyone
is crying and in need of a hug. The technology is also what’s
behind the body scanners at airports, introduced two years ago, and
the now rising cases of cancers among those employees who spend their
shift operating such machines.
The previous four
generations of cellular transmitters used between one to five
gigahertz (GHz), 5G on the other hand operates from 24 to 90 GHz and
uses millimeter waves, not cellular. These waves have a shorter range
than microwaves so their antennas will have to be everywhere. A
typical urban street will have to have them atop every fourth or so
light pole. The 5G waves also cannot travel through solid objects,
such as trees, so in many urban areas they will have to be the first
scientific studies are not yet written, because of it being so new
and overall effects are still unknown, according to reports already
coming out, there are cases of both people and insects alike getting
sick due to nearby 5G towers is already on the rise. But more
importantly we will have quicker internet.
Even scarier is the
recent reports where scientists, and because we are electrical beings
like every other living thing, now have the ability to predict our
choices before we are consciously aware of them, and can translate
our thoughts into speech. One all encompassing net/grid/matrix, is
the goal. With the end game, to connect the human brain to artificial
intelligence (AI) and through such a matrix, control our emotional
perceptions by the information coming from AI.
Control the digital grid is all important. In India where 60 per cent of the population lives under the poverty line, over a billion people are bio-metrically profiled. Data includes fingerprints, iris scans, and facial recognition programs. In Russia all digital data, phone, email, Facebook, and Twitter is now recorded. Online, any blogger who has over 3,000 followers is put on file with the government, and is not allowed to remain anonymous. In China, they have the ultimate control system where each person has a social credit score attached to them until they die. Few people can afford to be “blacklisted” while every action they make is tracked and rated for acceptance or consequence. No one dares to do anything outside of collective norms for fear they would be interpreted as socially negative. This is also happening in most of the Western world. One must always be politically correct, all follow the same narrative, and not to upset others or the government.
The control of the
narrative is all important. The globalists and
their presstitutes at the Washington Post, New York Times, CNN, BBC,
CBC, NPR, and all the rest in the US, UK, EU, Canada, Australia and
New Zealand, learned their craft from Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph
Goebbels. “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it,
people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained
only for such time as the State can shield the people from the
political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus
becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to
repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and
thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
Most importantly the
globalists are relying on manufacturing consent through the media.
Starting with the ownership of the media by corporations, where it’s
all about profit and the push for profit by whatever it takes.
Whether getting advertising money by selling advertisers customers,
or creating customers to become consumers and not citizens, and who
are able to be swoon one way or another, with no basis if it is true
or not. Doing this by using the our emotions to get us to purchase
what we are programmed to believe that we need. The media elite
provide the complicity.
In conclusion, the globalist’s agenda is for sustainability, stability, and security, of themselves. In reality there is presently more than enough wealth and capabilities to solve both societal and climate problems. We live in the most wealthy and technologically advanced society in the history of civilization. People should not have to struggle and be buried in debt to get basic necessities and live a healthy life. But the globalist elite want the goal to be centralization. To use “saving the environment”, which they are destroying (disaster capitalism), to justify the industrialization and end of democracy.
The dilemma the
globalists have is either somehow lower the population or simply
program us, and get us all crammed into huge regional capitals. I
think they’ve been doing both. Control of the land, natural
resources, and entire populations. To control air through carbon
emission regulations, the ground by sustainable development and the
sea through environmental regulations. A comprehensive plan of action
to be taken globally, nationally and locally, by organizations of the
UN system, governments, and major groups in every area which humans
impact the environment. State management of all Eco-systems, all
land, forests, mountains, rivers, lakes and oceans, agriculture,
bio-technology, food and fresh water, ensuring equity equals slavery.
This is mostly happening at the local level, so question town
representatives, and explain the facts of what they are blindly
teaching. And hope they see the light.
Of the 7.7 billion residents on the planet 5 billion of us have a mobile device, half (over 2.5 billion) are smartphones. Meanwhile, The Internet of Things (from traffic lights to fridges phones and tablets) is expected to grow to around 20.4 billion devices by 2020, and use of cloud services will grow as well. Of these billions, about 73 per cent of people who misplace their phone experience a mild to severe state of panic until it’s found. But then the average adult today spends 2 to 4 hours a day on their phone, swiping and touching it, sometimes even feeling our phones vibrating in our pockets when they aren’t even there. Our phones are a surveillance and tracking device that governments and corporations can exploit anytime they wish. Even creating our relationships, including building up illusions of friendship and intimacy. Making us all dopamine addicts.
a chemical produced by our brains that plays a huge role in
motivating our behaviour. It gets released when we take a bite of
delicious food, when we have sex, after we exercise, and,
importantly, when we have successful social interactions. “I feel
tremendous guilt,” admitted Chamath Palihapitiya, former Vice
President of User Growth at Facebook, to an audience of Stanford
students. He was responding to a question about his involvement in
exploiting consumer behaviour. “The short-term, dopamine-driven
feedback loops that we have created are destroying how society
works,” he explained. He highlighted that smartphones and social
media platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram leverage the
very same neural circuitry used by slot machines and cocaine to keep
us using their products as much as possible.
for technology saving us, maybe. But the advancements in the
world of machines do not necessarily mean advancements in the world
of people. Dependence upon digital devices, makes our lives more
convenient and comfortable, but in reality only enslaves us. So
entranced with a screen and the dopamine rushes it gives. Some
will say that our society has simply become more convenient and more
comfortable with the digital age, which they feel is a positive.
Others are afraid of the social changes that come with the
globalization that the digital age brings. Others believe that
centralization and dependency are “natural” extensions of man’s
evolution and inevitable. and so we should embrace it. While
the Futurists, a subculture of drum-beaters believe that all
old ideas and ways of living are obsolete and must be thrown out to
make way for all new ideas and ways of living. That all new ideas are
an automatic improvement, with each new generation superior and more
wise to the one before it, because each new generation will have
access to ever more information. Reality is there are very few new
ideas in the world, only old ideas rehashed and recycled and
repainted to look different.
The influx of many
technologies today is not necessarily the problem; it is how these
technologies are being applied in our society. Having unlimited
information at our fingertips is not the same thing as wisdom.
Besides the aforementioned loss of our knowledge to grow, forage and
hunt food. Many no longer know how to fix anything that is broken.
Whether their car or knowing how to use a hammer and screwdriver.
Completely dependent on automation. With far too many people living
completely on the grid, with many born into it. People, that if you
could reach down into their world of comfortable slavery and grab
them by the scruff of their neck and drop them into the middle of a
forest. With food, water and possible shelter everywhere around them,
they would still die.
One must remember that the globalist elite are a separate culture from the rest of humanity, with its own tribal customs, mythologies and beliefs. They are a secretive occult group of narcissistic sociopaths, whose main motivation is to condition or tear down normal, moral and free society until it becomes a place in which they can openly be themselves without fear of judgment or consequences. They want to change the world into a habitat that will accept them.
According to criminology not all criminals are full blown narcissistic sociopaths, but most full blown narcissistic sociopaths are criminals. How successful they are usually depends on their ability to blend in and mimic or manipulate normal people. Their defining character features include “a complete lack of conscience and empathy, the ability to rationalize any and all destructive behaviour, a desperate need to be adored or admired by everyone around them, a feeling of being “more special” than most people, a feeling of superiority, delusions of grandeur or an inherent right to manage the lives of others, an obsessive need to control and manipulate, impulsive desires and deviant sexual inclinations, and they will only associate with people they feel are like them and are “equally superior”.
Their primary drive is to fulfill their fantasies of superiority and godhood. The more deviant the action, and the more successful they are at getting away with it, the more dopamine they generate and the more satisfied they feel. This leads to an endless cycle, seeking out more and more exploitation of others which becomes less and less satisfying, which leads to even greater deviance.
These traits are inborn, not a product of environment. In some cases environment can play a role in activating these traits, but if a person is not born with them, they generally do not adopt them later in life because of a traumatic environment. Narcissistic sociopaths defy all forms of treatment and cannot be reformed. They have no concrete personality beyond these traits, therefore, if you remove the traits, they are left with nothing else.
the basic requisites of socialism’s core ideology of confiscation
and redistribution of private property, combined with enforced
collectivism and a strong central planning apparatus that erases
individual liberty, the economy and society would be entirely
transformed. Car and air travel would be banned, except for the elite
of course, and law enforcement. All
jobs created would be unionized, and every family given a guaranteed
income and paid retirement, even those unwilling to work. Such ideas
though could never be attained because many citizens don’t want to
be unionized, they don’t want to have to rebuild a perfectly good
home, give up their car or to never fly again. And especially don’t
want to fund the living expenses and retirement of other people who
are “unwilling to work”. Under the globalist’s regime the vast
majority who do have a job, will be working for the government. So
the only way left for the globalists is to continue creating the
effects of inequality, poverty and the overall deterioration of
society, which will only lead to widespread chaos and violence.
From Antifa to democratic socialists, the goal of the globalists is to use such extreme leftist groups to prod conservative movements, which are the primary threat to globalism. To make people feel unsafe yet provide no dialogue. Instead will forcibly make you believe in their ideology through violent protests and harassment where you dine and live. You will not have freedom of speech and must be anti-constitutional. Mussolini would be proud of them. They are currently trying to manipulate conservatives into voluntarily abandoning their principles of constitutional liberty and limited government. By making certain conservatives into tyrants. In order to dismantle democratic institutions as fast as possible and install a complete centralized command economy run by unelected tsars, which is neither participatory nor democratic.
But a new paradigm is organically evolving: new economic systems, sustainable communities, solar energy, organic farming, liquid democracy, worker co-ops and new media. For all the problems we are confronted by, there are existing viable solutions. There is much to feel positive about. There is currently many decentralized global uprisings, undermining systems of centralized and consolidated power around the globe. A new world is being born. It remains to be seen what will unfold, but if the world’s largest silent majority continue to stare into their phone, TV screens and tablets every moment of our waking lives the vision can be seen watching films such as Blade Runner (both of them), The Matrix, Clockwork Orange, the Purge films, Minority Report, Fahrenheit 451, the Running Man, and Soylent Green, among so many others. So many books as well, by the great visionaries Orwell, Huxley, and Atwood, et al.
Since the elite now know so much about us because they have created us, they are able to manipulate our psyches better than we even understand ourselves. But we do still have a choice. Indeed life is decisions, then how we live based on those decisions. And though there are many people who are growing acutely aware that much of what we say and do is becoming officially retrievable and could be used against us someday, somehow. Whether engaged in a phone discussion, email correspondence, online searches, banter at a party or even a quiet conversation at home, people are losing a sense of activity that is truly private. All that is left to do is to be relentlessly honest as possible with ourselves, friends, family, co-workers and social media followers. Be truthful when we see or hear an untruth. Because truth will set us free, and is actually the one thing the globalists cannot manipulate whether its about them, the world or us. But only if we stay open to each other. While silence is continuing complicity.