EARTH CHANGES-THE FUTURE (Part 2/2): “TRANSFORMING OUR WORLD: THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT” IS NOT WHAT THE UN WANTS YOU TO BELIEVE.
The 2030 Agenda, approved at United Nations Headquarters in New York in September 2015 and available in PDF format from many internet websites, is the updated version of Agenda 21.
As I wrote in my previous blog post, at a first glance this UN document, generally referred to as Agenda 2030, seemed to me a good document. In its PDF version it’s 41 pages long, so it can be read in a sitting. However, to translate its Orwellian Newspeak into plain English takes considerably longer. I invite you, dear Seeker, to read it for yourself, do own research and draw your own conclusions. My aim with this blog post is to highlight just few of the things that, to me, don’t feel right.
So, what's the declared aim of this agenda? In Point 3 of its Declaration section, it states,
“We resolve, between now and 2030, to end poverty and hunger everywhere; to combat inequalities within and among countries; to build peaceful, just and inclusive societies; to protect human rights and promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls; and to ensure the lasting protection of the planet and its natural resources. We resolve
also to create conditions for sustainable, inclusive and sustained economic growth, shared prosperity and decent work for all, taking into account different levels of national development and capacities.”
Prompted by Point 91 (the last point of the Agenda), which reads, “We reaffirm our unwavering commitment to achieving this Agenda and utilizing it to the full to transform our world for the better by 2030”, the news I had heard about the UN flashed back to me, helping me to translated the UN’s Newspeak.
a) How can this institution, deeply involved in human rights abuses, “protect human rights”? You may reply that the UN is not the nations that signed this Agenda, and it’s the signatory nations that are committed to protecting human rights. That’s true but of course those nations are aware of the appalling UN track record and have done nothing to address the issue. Therefore, their governments are complicit in its horrific crimes.
If you haven’t heard anything about the enormous human rights abuses perpetrated by this body via its workers and peacekeepers, here’s just a few articles for you to peruse:
b) How does the UN “promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls”?
By allowing Saudi Arabia to become a member of its Women’ Rights Commission. Here's one of the many articles available online: It’s absurd: how Saudi Arabia Ended up on the UN Women’s Rights Commission (Fortune, 25th April 2017).
c) What about this goal, “to ensure the lasting protection of the planet and its natural resources,” how are the signatory nations implementing it?
By promoting fracking. Last time I checked, fracking, forced on us by governments all around the world, is not a renewable energy, and its effects in the long term are unknown.
I live in the UK and what I see is tyranny. The police has been allowed to treat peaceful protesters as if they were criminals, like you can see in this video,
Lancashire Police brutality & arrest at PNR nr Blackpool, Lancashire.
Even politicians like Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East region, has called for a review of police tactics at fracking protests (The Guardian, 10th July 2017).
What I find outrageous is that the local people’s concerns and decisions are being ignored, even if their local authorities voted against fracking. Apart from all the risks involved (earthquakes, water contamination, use of large amount of water in the process, etc.), how would you like to live by a fracking site, hearing a siren-like noise 24/7 and seeing the value of your property reduced to zero? Is this the way “to create conditions for sustainable, inclusive and sustained economic growth, shared prosperity?”
To our leaders yes, and if you add the zero hours contracts and the TTP and TTIP treaties (that we can still stop before they are ratified in our countries), the picture is bleak.
This is already alarming, nevertheless the real threat to our way of living is in the following points, 31 and 33.
“31. The global nature of climate change calls for the widest possible international cooperation aimed at accelerating the reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions and addressing adaptation to the adverse impacts of climate change. We note with grave concern the significant gap between the aggregate effect of parties’ mitigation pledges in terms of global annual emissions of greenhouse gases by 2020 and aggregate emission pathways consistent with having a likely chance of holding the increase in global average temperature below 2 degrees Celsius or 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.”
This, as I discuss on in my previous post , is not true as we’re actually at the beginning of the Grand Solar Minimum. This means that we’re headed to a new Ice Age. The more greenhouse gas emissions the better, without polluting our planet of course. The question is: why is the UN pushing this lie?
Apart from the huge amount of public money that who promote this global warming scam (Mr. Al Gore for example) have been granted, with little or no control on how the taxpayer money (our money) is spent.
The key to understand what this is leading to is in the points where biodiversity is mentioned, like in Point 33,
“33. We recognize that social and economic development depends on the sustainable management of our planet’s natural resources. We are therefore determined to conserve and sustainably use oceans and seas, freshwater resources, as well as forests, mountains and drylands and to protect biodiversity, ecosystems and wildlife.”
What is meant by “sustainable management of our planet’s natural resources”? Well, it’s explained in the Convention on Biological Diversity, based on the Wildlands Network (formerly known as the Wildlands Project).
In a nutshell, in order to protect biodiversity, ecosystems and wildlife, humans should give up their homes and farms and agree to live in mega cities in confined spaces, so that large carnivores and ungulates can thrive in huge reserves, protected by buffer zone. These reserves would be connected by corridors, thus allowing little interconnection between human settlements.
Here’s what a map of the USA would look like if this madness is fully implemented:
The allocated space for human is the one in pale blue: not much, right?
We’d better get our acts together and oppose Agenda 2030 all steps of the way, because to me it looks like its ultimate aim is the creation of a Hunger Games society. Actually, I think that the UN is far too corrupted to be saved and should be closed down. What do you think?
UN System-wide Earthwatch
UN Biodiversity Treaty and The Wildlands Project
These Maps Show Us Where We Won't Be Able To Live After The Takeover Of America Is Completed - 'Human Access Denied'
Explanation of the Biodiversity Treaty and the Wildlands Project
The U.N. Agenda 21 Wildlands Project … Taking Over America Starting With Florida
UNITED NATIONS AND THE WILD COUNTRY PROJECT
United Nations/NWO plan to Depopulate the Earth.
Sustainable development goals: all you need to know
Icke, David: Phantom Self (David Icke Books, 2016)
Save the date: my next blog post will be live on 22nd November and will be on End of Time Prophecies.
In the past month I’ve been researching the different topics that I promised to discuss in this post and I have realised that to do a proper job (find the news, verify the sources, describe the phenomenon and offer explanations) I would have to write a very long and too complex (for me) blog post. It would probably be very interesting but would deviate from my original purpose, which is to understand whether the human species is in danger of starvation due to the ongoing Earth changes.
Therefore, I’ve looked into the topics I wanted to discuss and chose the ones that are more relevant.
I have included the first one (Receding sea and river waters) more for the possible causes than for the phenomena themselves.
1) Receding sea and river waters
Since the Boxing Day tsunami, everyone witnessing receding sea waters run for their lives away
from the beaches. In the last few years though, in many cases receding seawater is not the sign of
an incoming tsunami. For example, the water receded from the shoreline in Uruguay and Brazil a
year ago, and from the Gulf of Thailand two months ago.
If you witness this event, refrain from exploring the beach or the riverbed as the water can rapidly
return at any time and catch you by surprise.
What are the causes? Some intriguing explanations are: the Earth wobble, the incoming Planet X,
the Expanding Earth Theory, and crustal displacement.
2) Sinkholes and Earth fissures
Sinkholes have been in the spotlight in the past months, especially here in Kent, as a few
appeared in Maidstone and here in Folkestone. Usually,sinkholes are caused by heavy flooding
events and increased population making heavier demands on land use, nevertheless the reasons
of their appearance in Maidstone and Folkestone have yet to be established.
Earth fissures are large cracks in the ground that form because of soil surface tension due to
lowering of the ground surface elevation. They can be hundreds of metres deep and several
kilometres long and can take millions of years to form (like the one that’s splitting the Horn of
Africa from the rest of the continent and it’s caused by tectonic plate movement) or a few days (in
case of downpours) like the one that opened up in Afar, Ethiopia, in 2005.
Earth fissures pose a significant risk to humans, animals, and infrastructure because of the
destruction they cause and because pollution can make its way deep into the earth and enter an
aquifer by flowing into the crack and contaminating it. This can lead to crop failure and loss of
human and animal lives.
3) Gran Solar Minimum
According to a 2015 study led by astrophysicist Valentina Zharkova at Northumbria University,
who discovered sunquakes and published several papers in Nature, in 2020 the Sun may enter a
period of significantly reduced activity, which will lead to a mini ice age that could last for 30-35
Apart from this research, which I am not qualified to discuss, there are phenomena that seem to
prove that we are indeed headed toward a Grand Solar Minimum:
Cosmic rays, which originate from outside the solar system, can damage human DNA and can
thus be a problem for space missions. The magnetic field carried by the solar wind provides a
protective shield, deflecting galactic cosmic rays from our solar system. The lower the solar
activity, the weaker the solar magnetic field and hence the higher the levels of cosmic rays that
Moscow last February, the first ever snowfall in Southern Morocco last winter, or in Uruguay and
Argentina a few days ago; and in Europe first an extreme cold and than an extreme heat that have
made food prices rise.
As we’ve seen, Earth changes can happen suddenly or take millions of year. They can be dramatic or modest. The only certain thing is that Earth is a living planet and changes are normal. To me, there is enough evidence that it’s time to get ready at least to face the upcoming food shortage due to crops failing all over the world, as documented in the article Perishables Buffeted by Bad Weather by Cap Allon published today on the website https://electroverse.net .
What can we do to be prepared?
There are different scenarios that can pan out during our lifetime, from sudden total devastation (like Yellowstone going off or crustal displacement) to a prolonged power grid failure due a massive coronal mass ejection or extreme weather conditions, or to just a temporary shortage of certain staples like wheat, rice or maize.
A quick internet surfing will help you find a list of survival skills and where to learn them. We can only gain from mastering them, even if (fingers crossed) we'll never have to count on them for our existence. As for me, I'm already proficient in different healing techniques so I'm learning to grow my food at the community allotment, and to knit. Next on my list is to look into how to survive a prolonged power cut. Needless to say, networking is fundamental.
Good websites to keep us informed on what’s happening around the world are:
Evolutionary Energy Arts (and its YouTube channel)
USGS (Earthquake Hazards Program)
Whatever you're going to learn, dear Seeker, make sure you join me here on 20 September to read my next blog post on the End Times prophecies.
The last video screening of the recent
TEDx Folkestone: Pushing The Boundaries’ talks
was on at the Lime Bar yesterday evening. This
time, only one speaker, Jim Lockey, was able to
attend so the most interesting part of this event,
the Q&A, was very short. I hope that in the near future there will be other occasions in which
we will have the chance to ask questions to the
other speakers as well.
Here’s the summary of each talk.
JIM LOCKEY: THE FORGOTTEN LANGUAGE OF DRAWING
Jim is an artist and educator who works especially with children and teenagers. In this talk, he demonstrates not only that anyone can draw, but also that drawing is essential to unlock our voice.
When people, especially adults, say they cannot draw, they make a statement about their confidence and not about their ability to draw. When given clear instructions to follow, anybody can draw. So why many people think they cannot draw then? It could be because somebody told them they couldn’t, or because culture tells them that drawing is all about proficiency.
According to Jim, drawings are vessels, containers for ideas, just like writing: drawing and writing are like related languages, each one interpreting the world in a slightly different way.
If people saw drawing in this light, they would draw as much often, they would enjoy it and find that they have more and more things to say.
EMILY PEASGOOD: EMILY! DON’T DO THAT!
Emily is a composer and an artist. All her life she tried to fit in but found it very hard because her ideas were always considered ridiculous. Only when she had enough confidence in herself and implemented her ideas, she found happiness and appreciation.
When she was little, she was very shy, very imaginative, and very inquisitive. Her ideas were welcomed with laughter and disbelief and as a result she tried to conform. However, she found out that to be herself she had to stop listening to the naysayers and had to be willing to do something that she had never done.
She invites us not to let ourselves get in the way of who we are, because our ideas are us.
ARPAD CSEH: TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE-A FRESH PERSPECTIVE
Arpad Cseh founded the Climate Opportunity Initiative in 2016. He is also a portfolio manager at UBS Asset Management in the transportation, utilities, energy and social infrastructure sectors. He believes that climate change is man-made and the way tackle it is to make it convenient in the short-term to reduce the negative impact human activities would have on the planet in the long term.
So far, all the initiatives implemented by politicians have failed to deliver concrete results because politicians don’t want to ask their voters to make sacrifices straightaway to benefit others in the distant future. If they did, they will not be re-elected.
However, if countries were given rewards and opportunities to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, it would be convenient for them to take action now; and Arpad has envisaged such a system that would work better than the actual climate negotiations.
REBECCA ROBERTSON: IF WOMEN RULED THE WORLD
Rebecca Robertson is the award-winning founder of Evolution for Women, a website dedicated to giving women professional financial advice, and is passionate about putting women firmly in control of their finances.
In this talk, Rebecca looks at why women in their fifties are in a weaker financial position than men in the same age group (education, salary, work opportunities, divorce) and at the financial services industry.
She believes that if women were in control of their finances, the wealth in the world would be more widespread and not in the hands of just a few people, and she invites the people who are already in control of their finances to help those were not and also to reach out whenever they need financial advice themselves.
CHRIS CAGE: CREATING THE CARE WE ALL WANT
Chris Cage is a social entrepreneur and organisational development practitioner, with a background in community and engaged theatre practice. He believes that each one of us can make a difference in the quality of care by being creative.
With few examples, Chris illustrates how creative ideas can change people’s lives for the better. In fact, the Care Quality Commission that regulates care homes in England says that creativity is one of the key characteristics of outstanding care.
To be creative though, people must overcome their fear of being rejected, of making mistakes, and of being made look stupid for suggesting something different. As many stick to what has been tried and tested, no chance is given to potential benefits.
Chris invites everybody, whether working, visiting, or living in a care home, to see the possibilities in every situation because it doesn’t cost a penny but it can make an enormous difference in other people’s lives.