Climate Skepticism and Agenda 21
Reading between the lines of public policy
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I recently attended a seminar with Lord Christopher Monckton noted climate change skeptic. I found his climate skepticism arguments compelling. (More on him at another time).
Introducing his seminar was MLC (Member of the Legislative Council) Ann Bressington, who passionately read out her speech on Club of Rome, Agenda 21, the United Nations, and the New World Order. Take a listen to her.
Hidden agendas in Climate Change debate?
What would you say about government policies over the last 30 years that allow for 90% of Australia’s farmers and food production to be destroyed and or usurped by corporate control.
What would you say about an Australian Government that gives 10% of all our carbon taxes directly to the U.N with its un-sovereign, un-elected and un-representative members on that council effectively collecting those moneys like it were OUR government levying a tax on us?
What would you say about a federal government (left or right), that cannot pay for itself or its policies, destroys a $100 Billion dollar surplus, and then runs up a $200 Billion+ national debt. At the same time, it get its citizens hooked on apathy, social welfare, cash handouts, and blissful ignorance through the propaganda of a deferential mainstream media.
What would you say about western governments in Europe and America that continually buy-in to national financial bailouts that any Economics 101 student can tell you can only lead to a systematic catastrophic financial collapse and bankruptcy of economies world-wide? Soon.
Is all this just an unhappy co-incidence. Did things just ‘accidentally slide’ into this pit of industrial, financial, and political degeneracy? Could people not see all this happening? Is everyone really that ignorant of the warnings? Maybe!
On the other hand perhaps – through the consensus of small groups of powerful individuals and corporations – there is some plan and intention behind it. Something that the common man sucking down diet coke and munching on Big Macs does not see.
As we know, billionaires and trillionaires do not think the same as we common folk. They have time on their hands. Their agendas are different.
Consider the proposition that wealthy and powerful technocrats in the world who do not act in line with your or my best interests (because they want profit, power, or political and financial control) seem to continually prevail. You and I? well we have no particular plan beyond living well. But these elite technocrats – individually or in tandem with each other – they usually DO have a plan. They don’t believe in accidents.