It All Starts With Agenda 21 & Agenda 2030
Way back in 1992 , the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), also known as the ‘Earth Summit’, was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 3-14 June 1992. This global conference, held on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the first Human Environment Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1972, brought together political leaders, diplomats, scientists, representatives of the media and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from 179 countries for a massive effort to focus on the impact of human socio-economic activities on the environment. A ‘Global Forum’ of NGOs was also held in Rio de Janeiro at the same time, bringing together an unprecedented number of NGO representatives.
WHAT A NOBLE CONCEPT!
In reality sustainable development – United Nations style – is a smoke and mirrors project, linked in closely to the World Economic Forum’s vision for control and eventual one government solution where- in Klaus Schwab’s words –
“You will own nothing and be happy”.
Make no mistake the climate change myth is tied in very closely to other things, like scam pandemics, economic collapse, fifteen minute cities, and other fear porn mongering to keep us in a state of constant anxiety and fear . The whole concept of sustainable development sounds so good and is wrapped up in kind words. Who would argue that it’s a bad thing? After all, most people, and even politicians involved in governance, would immediately see it as an improvement on the current state of affairs – the reality is that it’s sugar wrapped poison. The kind words that appeal to environmentalists, and good principled and morally inclined people is bait to allow the globalist elites to move forward with their plans, for total control of the 500 million (not a wild assumption, but openly referred to in Agenda 2030, but well buried in the document) that they want the world population to be culled down to half a billion from the current eight odd billion.
If you believe that Agenda 21 and now Agenda 2030 is all about sustainability for the good of the world’s population, then you are hideously mislead – especially the run of the mill environmentalists in our midst. Below is a BGB reproduction of a video by Jerry Day. His words of wisdom will hopefully open your eyes wider to the reality. But first, here is the video BGB reproduced some time back featuring Rosa Koire – who since the recording sadly passed away on May 30th, 2021 . The video is one of the best explanations of Agenda 21:
Here is a PDF file of Agenda21 for you to read for yourself:
Here also is a PDF file of Agenda 2030:
Moving On To Jerry Day’s Video;
Environmentalism Is Destroying The Environment
The Reality From A Real Expert – There Are More Of Them About Than We Are Led to Believe.
As mentioned above, the climate change scam is part and parcel of the greater goal of those who control things, including paid for key personnel in governments around the globe (the ones who are not in key positions, have little interest in what’s happening and are therefore cloth eared ignoramuses). The mainstream media, big pharma and other global industrial corporate interests – who are unimaginably rich – make up the coven of greedy eugenicist that are a part of the Davos claque. That’s why it’s left to the public to wake others up to the disaster that is close to coming to fruition.
We have been led to believe that virtually all so called ‘experts’ are agreed that we have a man-made climate changing catastrophe on our hands. This hogwash, is promoted by the media. The sad thing is a large (but decreasing) number of the public has fallen for it. Let’s hear the other side of the coin from a true expert – Professor Ian Plimer, who is one of the world’s foremost geologists, and who is a REAL expert on the subject.
Professor Ian Plimer is Australia’s best-known geologist. He is Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, where he was Professor and Head of Earth Sciences (1991-2005) after serving at the University of Newcastle (1985-1991) as Professor and Head of Geology.
He was Professor of Mining Geology at The University of Adelaide (2006-2012) and in 1991 was also German Research Foundation Professor of Ore Deposits at the Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München (Germany).
He was on the staff of the University of New England, the University of New South Wales and Macquarie University. He has published more than 120 scientific papers on geology and was one of the trinity of editors for the five-volume Encyclopedia of Geology.
Professor Plimer spent much of his life in the rough and tumble of the zinc-lead-silver mining town of Broken Hill where an interdisciplinary scientific knowledge intertwined with a healthy dose of scepticism and pragmatism are necessary. He is Patron of Lifeline Broken Hill and the Broken Hill Geocentre. He worked for North Broken Hill Ltd, was a consultant to many major mining companies and has been a director of numerous exploration public companies listed in London, Toronto and Sydney. In his post-university career he is proudly a director of a number various unlisted private Hancock Prospecting companies.
A new Broken Hill mineral, plimerite, was named in recognition of his contribution to Broken Hill geology. Ironically, plimerite is green and soft. It fractures unevenly, is brittle and insoluble in alcohol. A ground-hunting rainforest spider Austrotengella plimeri from the Tweed Range (NSW) has been named in his honour because of his “provocative contributions to issues of climate change”.
For those who are protesting and riling locally against solar and wind power (which is a truly commendable effort on their part) I would suggest that they pick up on the above video featuring Prof. Plimer at the 32 minute mark. In that section he gives brilliant rebuttal facts about wind and solar generation. Many of the points he makes were unknown to me until I viewed this video. I say this because the video is rather long, and although it’s content is fascinating, some of us are rather short on patience when it comes to sitting down to see and listen to these pearls of information in their entirety.
Putting effort into protesting and writing letters etc. is good – as far as it goes. What needs to be done is to dismantle the lies we’ve been fed by attacking local Agenda 21 policies at the local level. Challenge your council about whether they have adopted these policies at a local level, all of which spring from the UN’s summit on sustainable development as far back as 1992 at Rio De Janiro and further back at Stockholm in 1972 (this is all explained in Rosa Koire’s video above).). The madness starts at that point with national and local governments being coerced into action according to the UN’s policy on climate change and sustainable development. It is a multi faceted beast that also involves health scares and the dismantling of our economic infrastructure.
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