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A year after the collapse of the USSR, when capitalist countries had no significant enemies left, albeit nominal, exactly 28 years ago, the program plan "Agenda21" was issued, a little later adopted by the UN. So what is behind the external rhetoric about environmental care, economic prosperity and "sustainable development" of this plan?

A year before the publication of Agenda 21, Alexander King's book "The First Global Revolution (one of the developers of the concept of "sustainable development") explicitly states:
“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill… All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.” (p.75)


As Brzezinski correctly states, the technocratic elite have no compunction about using any of the tools at their disposal to reach their goal of total control over human society worldwide. A major component of their scientific knowledge concerns human psychology, how people react to various stimuli and events, and how to elicit desired reactions from the public at large. They understand that their task will be much easier if people can be made to willingly accept their agenda, but if the technocrats are honest about what that agenda is, they will likely have very few takers. Therefore they must deceive the public, and one of the ways they do this is to call the technocratic agenda by different names and to claim it exists for other purposes.

According to Patrick Wood, technocracy’s newest disguise is sustainable development. Wood makes the case that in the name of sustainable development and combating climate change through the establishment of a ‘green economy’, technocrats are attempting to seize control over the entire global economic system. Moreover, Wood states that the vehicle for injecting sustainable development into the the global economy is UN Agenda 21.

As the name implies, Agenda 21 (now complemented by Agenda 2030) is the UN’s plan for the 21st century; it codifies the concept of sustainable development, entailing: land use restrictions; massive constraints on energy consumption; reductions in water usage; installation of smart meters; increases in the number of city-center dwellings; smaller apartments and living units; and restrictions on travel and transportation, in addition to other measures. As Rosa Koire, author of the original exposé of Agenda 21, Behind the Green Mask: UN Agenda 21, wrote in her book: "The push is for people to get off of the land, become more dependent, come into the cities… Out of their private homes and into condos.” (p.16)

But that is just the beginning. In fact, Agenda 21 is so thoroughly all-encompassing, that Koire describes it this way:

"The plan is a whole life plan. It involves the educational system, the energy market, the transportation system, the governmental system, the health care system, food production, and more. It is a plan to inventory and control all of the natural resources, means of production, and human beings in the world. The plan is to restrict your choices, limit your funds, narrow your freedoms, and take away your voice." (p.17)

"In a nutshell, the plan calls for governments to take control of all land use and not leave any of the decision making in the hands of private property owners… Individual rights in general are to give way to the needs of communities as determined by a globalist governing body… In anticipation of our objections to such plans, our civil rights will be dissolved." (p.13)

Furthermore, Koire points out that the Agenda 21 plans are not openly provided to national policymakers to be debated and filtered through normal democratic channels. Instead they are the subject of an end-run around the democratic process by being given directly to municipal and local bodies to implement as if the ideas were local initiatives. Koire identifies the body known as ICLEI – the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives – as the conduit for influencing local governments to adopt the UN plans.

Source of the quote: 🔗 https://www.globalresearch.ca/technocracy-inc-now-charging-for-roads-by-the-mile/5597213

So, today, the amended and revised this programme plan is called "Agenda 2030". For example, as part of that programme, WHO issued this policy document not so long ago:
🔗 https://www.who.int/immunization/immunization_agenda_2030/en/
"Immunization Agenda 2030: A Global Strategy to Leave No One Behind"
With the support of countries and partners, WHO is leading the co-creation of a new global vision and strategy to address these challenges over the next decade, to be endorsed by the World Health Assembly. IA 2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being.


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originally posted on ussr.win
Tags: #agenda2030, #agenda21, #capitalism, #climatechange, #documents, #humanism, #immunization, #kyotoprotocol, #metaprogramming, #revision, #technocracy, #un, #whooriginally
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