A popular dictate says that the only way to predict the future is by creating it, and that is exactly what powerful entities such as the United Nations and the groups that support it are doing right now.
The future is not coming, it is here and if the UN has its way, that future might be the most horrible nightmare anyone could ever dreamed about. In essence, it will like taking a trip back to the Dark Ages, except that the people who will be in the dark will be the masses, not the elite that is in command.
A lot of the details contained in the plans to shape the future to the elite’s liking circle around a fake environmental movement that if at any point in the past was true to ideals of saving the Earth, it has now been co-opted, bought and paid for by… you guessed it, the elite in power.
There is nothing mytical about the current paradigm of control under which we all live. There is a scientific power mad elite that is hell bent on depopulating the planet as fast as they can. Clearly, they do not tell us exactly that. They draw, paint and bring their plan to life in the form of fictional environmental issues, such as anthropogenic warming and more recently climate change, or ending inequality, or promoting social justice.
In reality, however, there is one single outcome they are focused on: prevent the development of societies below the equator and beyond the western civilization. In doing so, the elite and their minions effectively condemn those people to living in perpetual poverty and misery, which added to their plan to feed them genetically engineered food, and to prevent them from accessing the benefits of modern civilization, will ultimately end up killing them by the millions.
The latest figure head to express the United Nations intention to depopulate the planet through alleged environmental policies is the Executive Secretary of the UNFCC, Christiana Figueres. While addressing students at the University of California’s School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, she explained her thoughts about the need for a new social contract,[quote style=”1″]You will write the social contract of this century. Contrary to the previous contracts, it will have to address global concerns just as much, or even more so, than national and local concerns. It will have to be a contract enriched by the integration of North and South, East and West, and deeply informed by the interaction between global challenges and national concerns. It will have to be a contract based more on collaboration than on competition. It will have to be a contract guided by the stars of solidarity and equality.[/quote]
According to most mainstream globalists, global needs are above national needs and laws, therefore, countries must surrender their sovereignty and leave aside the needs of their citizens to “collaborate” with the international community. It is also their belief that the planet must be seen and run as a single unit, with a centralized, powerful government composed by unelected officials who can dictate rules and directives to national bureaucracies.
Their plan includes erasing national borders and using cultural differences to inflame free societies until they collapse on their own footprint. Globalists of the kind of Figueres believe that a competitive market is unjust and that only a centralized government with the power to decide the destinies of all people will be in a position to govern over everyone else to perfection. In order to make their plan seem hopeful and harmless, globalists often equal the surrender of liberty and freedom to solidarity and equality.
Another mind game that globalists also like to play is to make it look as if the average Joe will have a say on how this world government entity will operate and that everyone’s suggestions and concerns will be taken into account.[quote style=”1″]Through your decisions you will also determine the design of the impressive infrastructure of the twenty-first century, infrastructure that is almost unimaginable to us today. It will be built to transform the way we house, feed, employ and transport nine billion people despite growing climate uncertainties.[/quote]
Making a plan sound inclusive is one of the most successful techniques employed by the elite to get everyone on board. That is how the unsuspecting, dumbed down masses are still way too naive to understand what the real outcome is. After all, who could be against ending inequality or promoting social inclusion?
As we reported yesterday, the United Nations, although seemingly weak and ineffective, is slowly gobbling up power through its various partner organizations such as the World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the multiple regional political and economic unions that now govern over nation-states, such as the European Union, the African Union and the Asian Union, to cite a few.
These organizations, by virtue of the power vested on them by their member states, are in complete control of very delicate aspects of human civilization such as health, nutrition, commerce, finances and of course environment.
According to Figueres, the 21st century’s measure of development will no longer be based on employment or income, but on “environmental sustainability and social welfare”. That is, people will be subjects of the global government and as such will be limited in what they can do, where they can go, what they can eat, and anything that people do will be based on a program of complete dependence on government programs. Simply put, people who are not murdered by the UN’s extremist environmental policies will be government slaves.
Figueres later attempted to call the mass of students to action while deviating them from one of the most important reasons to exist: their individuality.[quote style=”1″]… I remind you that you are not only individuals, you are part of the larger society, one in the midst of major transformation itself. You have the power to create your own personal reality, but you also have the power – in fact the obligation – to create the society you wish to live in. [/quote]
The truth could not be more different than what Figueres pointed out in her speech. Humanity has been socially, economically and environmentally engineered for decades now, and the elite is not keen about yielding a single inch in their mad search for total power.
The present time is the clearest example of their failure to bring about the bright future that Figueres mentioned in her speech. The same elite has been in power for over a hundred years, yet, its members have been incapable, I say unwilling, of offering anything better to multiple generations than a state of perpetual war, poverty, social and cultural balkanization and environmental destruction.
What could make anyone think that these same people are now ready to deliver us from the evils they have been cooking up in the last century? In fact, their documents and books say quite the oposite. What the elite wants is to have complete control over every resource on the planet and to establish a global scientific dictatorship and they are well underway to achieving the future they envisioned.