20 Jul How Sustainable Development Millennial Goals Are Being Met
Things are moving fast now. The PTB (powers-that-be) are moving forward on every front to take away our money, our rights, and our culture. I have about 20 more things I wanted to share today, but this is more than a mouthful.
by socialism and controlling populations and cultures
When Keynes lectured Mises on eugenics, migration, and population control
“Is not a country overpopulated when its standards are lower than they would be if its numbers were less? In that case the question of what numbers are desirable arises long before starvation sets in, and even before the level of life begins to fall. Perhaps we have already sacrificed too much to population.”
by redistribution of wealth
Climate accord ‘irrelevant,’ and CO2 cuts could impoverish the world: Scientist
“In peer-reviewed research, Kelly argued carbon dioxide should be considered the byproduct of the “immense benefits” of a technologically advanced society. Cutting carbon, he added, could result in a dramatic reduction in the world’s quality of life that would usher in mass starvation, poverty and civil strife. Massive decarbonization is “only possible if we wish to see large parts of the population die from starvation, destitution or violence in the absence of enough low-carbon energy to sustain society.”
through a global government
A World Government Constitution Under The UN Already Exists – The US Is Involved Up To Our Eyeballs
“Dr Paugh notes that the mechanics for world government have progressed to the point of the publishing of the fourth draft of a global constitution. It’s known as the Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development, (DICED), the most recent revision which was submitted to the United Nations, on September 22nd, 2010. The authors describe it as being “written to control all development tied to the environment, the highest form of law for all human activity.”
“DICED contains 79 articles covering 242 pages, which take the principles of UN Agenda 21 and place them into a legal central planning document representing “global law.” It is intended to supersede all constitutions of all nations, including that of the United States. The source of this . . . assault on liberty was both the International Council on Environmental Law (ICEL) in Bonn, Germany as well as the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (ICUN), with offices in Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.
Dr. Paugh points out that the writers describe DICED as a “living document,” one intended to be modified as methods of greater control and exploitation become available to them. They call it a blueprint that will be adopted by all members of the United Nations in order to achieve the socialist utopia founded upon Sustainable Development, focusing on “social and economic pillars.”
more global government
Trans-Pacific Partnership Supporters Pin Hopes on Lame-Duck Vote
“The cause of free and open trade has not faced such political toxicity in decades, with Donald J. Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders all openly hostile to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the largest regional trade accord in history. But supporters’ seemingly perverse calculation is this: The certainty that Mr. Obama’s successor would abandon the agreement gives new impetus for advocates to begin maneuvering toward a vote before 2017.”
when wealth well redistributed, we will downsize until our carbon footprint is zero
Driverless Cars and Tiny Houses: The Latest Manipulated Technology Trends
“This is not entirely a marketplace evolution in our view. It is at least in part a manipulated industrial conclusion. It is the product of a certain set of shared beliefs married to newly available technology. From our point of view these conclusions are even a kind of directed history.
“It used to be that technology enhanced people’s independence and lifestyles. But these days it seems to be working in reverse. Technology is often seen as producing worrisome results as well, such as global warming.
“Climate change and other supposed impacts of human beings on the environment have helped spawn the “tiny house” movement.”
New Normal: Live in a Tiny House and Don’t Ask Why
“… At the Brooklyn Navy Yard, developers are working on what could be the future of New York City rental apartments known as micro apartments. Under construction, the 55 units will be New York City’s first micro apartment complex. Each unit will be about 260 to 360 square feet.
New York City has suspended zoning codes to make the apartments possible.
“On the other hand, this meme slots right into all the rest of it: small cars that drive themselves; airline wait-times up to three hours or more; part time jobs without benefits.
The finger of blame should point directly at modern, monopoly central banking. Central bank monetary debasement gradually ruins economies, destroys entrepreneurship and bankrupts generations of families.”
Having spent over $1trillion on wind power, the Danes have wised up and aren’t ready to bury themselves in more debt for “green” energy.
Like Germany, Denmark Admits Wind Power Generation Is Too Expensive
“Denmark wants to admit their mistake and then pull the plug on wind turbine energy, even though it is the world leader in wind generation. They “bought the farm,” so to speak, and now it is burying them. Technocracy’s promise of cheap energy is a sham.”
and if we still have some wealth, our presidents will continue to redistribute it through fees and regulations
20,642 New Regulations Added in the Obama Presidency
“The worst of last year’s wave—in terms of cost, at least—was the Environmental Protection Agency’s ‘Clean Power Plan.’ The rule represents the first direct regulation of so-called greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, at a cost of $7.2 billion a year (and far more according to critics). Despite the huge costs, the plan will do nothing to mitigate global warming.