Agenda 21 and the Transnational Interlocking Corporate Kingdom
Jon David Miller
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
What Is Agenda 21?
Agenda 21 is a protocol of the United Nations that is designed to greatly limit the lifestyle of populations, particularly in developed nations. It is being promoted to seem to address concerns about climate change, the economy, and social justice.
Climate change was originally described as “global warming” until the evidence of that was exposed as uncertain.
Falsely blaming carbon emissions from human activities as the cause of changes in climate and weather was a strategy developed by a group of elite planners called “The Club of Rome” in the 1970s to justify programs to reduce what they consider to be overpopulation and save resources for their future profit and control measures. Carbon is not a toxin and is actually needed by plants to grow.
The planning by the elite powers resulted in the introduction of Agenda 21 through global environmental conferences in the 1990s, and its evolution to now reorganize how people live in the 21st Century.
Agenda 21 emphasizes the development of what are called “sustainable communities” of green living. The plan calls for people to be concentrated in cities, residing in modest equitable spaces, with minimal use of resources. Water volume and energy use for heating and power are becoming monitored and limited with smart meter technology.
In the future, if you have a job it is expected that you will live in or near your work site. Your income will be about enough to meet your justifiable expenses, which will be audited through the cashless banking system. For that matter, your purchases, communications, activities and interests can be monitored through your digital payments, smart phone transmissions, and television-computer usage.