What is this about, “sustainable development?” This buzzword is a pet project of the United Nations and their Agenda 21. The 21st century is looking bright, if you can believe their rhetoric. The end result will be a kinder, gentler humanity. Sounds nice.
But is it really?
We are being sold the idea that resources are scarce. This mild form of scare-mongering has gained some traction from the international governing body all the way down to the level of city councils. The concept of “sustainable development” is a modern form of wolves in sheep’s clothing.
I don’t like giving bad news or scaring anyone, but ignorance is far worse than being a little scared. Besides, you’re in control of your emotions. You just need to exercise that ability. Optimally, you should be able to hear any kind of news and maintain your cool.
Is your City an ICLEI City? Ripe for Sustainable Development
ICLEI is an acronym (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives). And since they don’t want people to know it’s international, they focus on the idea that it’s “local governments for sustainability.” Too many people are becoming wary of international initiatives. So, just change the name and everyone is happy.
ICLEI stands for local governments for sustainability. It stands for mass murder and slavery for most of those who are allowed to live. Hold on a minute! That sounds a bit extreme. But if you read the UN’s Agenda 21, you will see that their aims are just that sinister.
Heaven help you if you disagree. The new definition of “consensus” is “destroying the enemy”—maligning you, scuttling your ability to respond, and generally making sure you don’t have a voice. Then, the only ones speaking are all in agreement. This is the 1984, Orwellian, Newspeak form of “consensus.”
This is All About Sustainable Development—the Psychotic Kind
In the psychotic world of selfish corporate thinking, scarcity is enforced in order to maintain a monopoly. Anyone who comes up with effective alternatives are suppressed or killed. More than one inventor has had their notes and property stolen by the American government to protect their friends in the corporate world. “Sustainable development” is only what they say it is.
The death and property of Nicola Tesla is shrouded in mystery. What happened to his notes? What happened to his inventions that could have destroyed industries by giving humanity free energy?
Agenda 21—UN Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing
Agenda 21 elevates nature above man. It includes the “Precautionary Principle” where you are guilty until proven innocent. How anti-American can you get?
“Earth Summit, Agenda 21” is a 40 chapter document to control the world, based entirely on socialist control mechanisms. Their objectives include,
- An end to national sovereignty,
- The abolition of private property,
- The restructuring of the family unit,
- Increasing limitations and restrictions on mobility and individual opportunity.
Private property is declared as unsustainable. Also fossil fuels, golf courses, ski lodges, consumerism, irrigation, paved roads, commercial agriculture, herbicides, pesticides, farm lands, pastures, grazing of livestock, the family unit, and the rights laid down in the American Constitution. The whore that is New York holds the seat of this abomination. It is a traitor in our midst. It is a festering sore on the landscape of this once great nation.
The Santa Cruz Agenda 21 committee promoted the ideas of,
- Not scratching the surface of planet Earth,
- People to be concentrated into human settlement zones, and
- Education to focus on environment as a central organizing principle.
President George H.W. Bush (Sr.), while addressing the U.N., said, “It is the sacred principles enshrined in the United Nations Charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance.” Treason? What about the pledge allegiance to the flag of America? How can an American president get away with this? Is everyone deaf? Or has everyone gone to sleep?
“Sustainable” developers of “stack-and-pack” high-rise human “settlement” structures were declared immune from prosecution for any construction defect liability.
This reminds me of the “Monsanto” protections written into law, recently. If anyone is harmed by corporate products, they will have no recourse; i.e. they can’t sue to collect damages. This gives the corporations and the construction companies the freedom to create defective or harmful products, because “sustainable development” takes precedence over the lives and health of our citizens.
Wildlands Project USA places most of the United States into untouchable zones where people will not be allowed. Only tiny “smart growth” zones will allow human activity, where people will live in tall structures, in small living units, with children taken care of by the state. No more family picnics. In fact, it is doubtful that after the first generation, parents will never see their children. And children will always look up to the state for their guidance and “love.”
Their plan is to steal a generation of children and indoctrinate them into the New World Order way of thinking. The children become the new “global citizens” shunning the ideas and beliefs of their parents who are strangers to them.
Deliberate Dumbing Down of the World (including America)
UNESCO declared 2005–2014 the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD). “This educational effort will encourage changes in behaviour that will create a more sustainable future in terms of environmental integrity, economic viability, and a just society for present and future generations.” Sounds nice, but the implementation of it is chilling. They go on to say that the curriculum will include the 40 chapters of Agenda 21.
Their aim is to transfer loyalty from the family to the government, similar to the Hitler youth programs. They will teach them about sustainable economic consumption
On the subject of “constructivism,” it says “…students construct [their own] understandings of reality, and [realize] that objective reality is not knowable” (p.10). The subtext, here, is “Why bother? Let the State take care of the thinking for you.”
One school (Wayzata Central Middle School) posted on their sign outside their school, “The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values.” I suppose it depends on what the values are. Personally, I think education should be about knowledge of skills and critical thinking as well as facts and values.
One of the rich Rockefellers made it known to the late producer, Aaron Russo, that “Women’s Liberation”—which I had long thought was a good idea for equality—was really a plan to disrupt the family by putting children under the care of the state and to increase the tax income for their private Federal Reserve bank. Suddenly, Women’s Lib doesn’t sound so ideal.
The new “Connected Math” teaches our children in “Standard 3. Mathematics as Reasoning,…” that “…through discussing the problems and their solutions, the students are learning to reason about the mathematics. They learn that mathematics is man-made, that it is arbitrary, and good solutions are arrived at by consensus among those who are considered expert.” So, if a dozen “experts” say that “2 + 2 = 19,” then that’s the new “truth” according to “Connected Math.”
Children are being made mathematically illiterate on purpose!
In the “Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit,” by Rosalyn McKeown, PhD, we learn, “Generally, more highly educated people, who have higher incomes, consume more resources than poorly educated people, who tend to have lower incomes. In this case, more education increases the threat to sustainability.”
This dumbing down of America (and the rest of the world) is not merely the consequence of a bad idea or incompetence. It’s deliberate! Decreasing the intelligence of the world’s citizens is part of sustainable development.
International Committee for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)
This is a group created for the purpose of promoting “local governments for sustainability.” Their intent is to establish the policies of Agenda 21 at the local level.
Vice Chair of ICLEI, Harvey Ruvin was asked about the potential conflicts between ICLEI’s Agenda 21 policies and the fundamental liberties proclaimed in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. He said, “Individual rights must take a back seat to the collective.” So, if the collective proclaims that Harvey Ruvin must die, he will gladly roll over.
Under the cover of environmental concerns, your rights are being stripped away. The overarching theory behind it is called “communitarianism”—the rights of the individual need to come below the rights of the community. Just ask a community of wolves what’s for lunch when a family of sheep move into town. The sheep don’t stand a chance.
Communitarianism supports the notion that the ends justify the means. In order to obtain a sustainable population, you merely need to murder 6 billion people. Nice!
Dr. Rima Laibow, wife of the former head of American army intelligence, retired General Stubblebine, had one female patient who was a world leader. That patient told her that the “great culling is about to begin” where the “useless eaters” will be eliminated. When the patient was asked why she wasn’t also a “useless eater,” the world leader was left speechless.
Such is the callous and psychopathic arrogance of the elite. Like Marie Antoinette is so often misattributed to have said before she knew she was to lose her head, “Let them eat cake.” Some of the very rich really do think this way. Others are tricked into participating with the evil agenda by others who package it to sound so beneficial for all.
Awareness versus Attention—Beyond Sustainability
The key trick in digesting this without becoming an unwitting contributor is in the difference between awareness and attention. It has long been known that whatever you focus your attention on, you get more of. That’s why it’s deadly to fight against something you don’t like.
The optimal way to approach the negative is to be dispassionately aware of it, but to place your attention on something more positive. Feel the prosperity and abundance. Let the psychopaths continue to play their scarcity game, but deprive them of sustenance. Let them know that their plans are not sustainable by refusing to buy their corporations’ products and services. Take your money out of Bank of America and stick it in your neighborhood, independent credit union.
What are your thoughts on “sustainable development” and scarcity of resources?
This article was originally published 2013:0624 on And-The-Pursuit-Of-Happiness.com.