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Friday, March 23, 2012

A UN Handbook for World Domination: Agenda 21

Gary North chirps in on the New World Order, the UN and the global governance gang.
In 1992, the United Nations’ Kyoto Agreement set up Agenda 21. It is a project for the removal of national sovereignty. It is comprehensive. The UN has issued a series of guidelines to implement it. The latest is the International Covenant on Environment and Development (4th ed.). It is 200 pages long. The key section is Chapter 39, on Agenda 21. If you want to know what the New World Order would like to implement, it is here. The UN has been working on this since its founding in 1945. The UN is well into the design phase of its final push, and has been ever since 1992. Are these bureaucrats going to get this implemented? No. They do not have the funding, and they are not going to get it. Why not? Because national politicians want all the tax money for their own boondoggles to buy votes. They do not want to share it with a bunch of non-elected, overpaid bureaucrats from Failurestan. But if you really want to know what the non-elected, overpaid bureaucrats would like to do, this document is a good place to begin. What we are seeing is national governments moving to implement Agenda 21 without the UN in charge. The UN will not gain the final transfer of power. The national power-seekers will not surrender control. The budget crises of national governments will not allow this sharing of revenue. But bits and pieces of Agenda 21 are being implemented, county by county (“county buy county”). The NWO has long had two main strategies. First, there is free trade, taxable by the UN and shared with non-governmental organizations’ bureaucracies, the NGOs. This strategy goal goes back to the League of Nations in the 1930s. They have gotten freer trade, but they never got the right to tax it. The NWO has for over 70 years attempted to hijack legitimate calls for free trade as a way to benefit consumers. Second is the implementation of central planning in the name of environmentalism. This goes back to the publication of Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring (1962). The NWO saw this movement as a cause to hijack in order to gain support for worldwide economic control.
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