Apr. 8, 2022

Extinguishing The Lights - Part 2

Continued from Part 1

To solidify their position, an additional document was released by the United Nations in 2015 titled Agenda 2030 in which they announce; a New Agenda which builds upon the earlier agendas.

From the document preamble:

We are announcing today 17 Sustainable Development Goals with 169 associated targets which are integrated and indivisible. Never before have world leaders pledged common action and endeavor across such a broad and universal policy agenda. We are setting out together on the path towards sustainable development, devoting ourselves collectively to the pursuit of global development and of "win-win" cooperation which can bring huge gains to all countries and all parts of the world.

We reaffirm that every State has, and shall freely exercise, full permanent sovereignty over all its wealth, natural resources and economic activity. W e will implement the Agenda for the full benefit of all, for today’s generation and for future generations.

In doing so, we reaffirm our commitment to international law and emphasize that the Agenda is to be implemented in a manner that is consistent with the rights and obligations of states under international law.

It is impossible for me to list everything within the U.N. documents and you would benefit from reading them at the link(s) provided in an effort to grasp how far United Nations 'demands' extend into our everyday lives. According to the United Nations, control is being assumed to ensure there is enough of everything to sustain the world into a bright future for everyone.

This means that the fresh water well on your property has already been claimed by the city or township as well as the trees in your yard, your pond and the rain collecting in your barrels. It means you have lessening authority over your children's development and their education is further removed from what you were taught at home and in school.

It means that new homes and institutions will no longer be fed with nasty, CO2 forming natural gas, but not to worry, soon you will no longer 'own' your property or your home anyway. Even today your ability to grow or purchase food and other goods and your ability to travel are being controlled to limit your 'footprint' upon the environment (LINK), (LINK), (LINK). Access to once public natural spaces and crown land now requires permission and money; money which has so little real substance that it has become easily manipulated electrons in a vast network of computers.

Quite frankly, if you read the U.N. documents you will see that they ultimately spell out exactly what the head of the WEF has been saying publicly for more than a year now that;

You will own nothing and be happy

Earlier on I mentioned that the WEF had been founded with help from a number of entities and I wish to close by exploring who has been, and is currently involved with its funding and the promotion of its goals.

As a NGO, the WEF's financial and practical support (and even its goals) do not have upon it the same public scrutiny as would the same things supplied to a government body. This means that the WEF can, and has operated outside of public view for most of its existence, save for the much protested conferences held at Davos, Switzerland which is home to the WEF.  

A very revealing example of this 'behind the scenes' operation is found in the run up to the global pandemic response; on October 15, 2019 and less than twelve weeks from the announcement that COVID-19 had gripped the world, the WEF announced that it was holding a “live simulation exercise to prepare public and private leaders for pandemic response.”  

When I first read that statement in early 2020 I found the coincidence between their preparedness and the sudden viral outbreak to be suspicious. However Justin Trudeau, when addressing the United Nations in the fall of 2020 confirmed my suspicions when he stated that;

This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset,” and,

“This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts, to re-imagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality and climate change,

Indeed it is the man who's name is most associated with the WEF that wrote the book on just how the virus and Sustainable Development were linked. Klaus Schwab published, “COVID-19: The Great Reset” in July of 2020 in which he implored leaders of businesses and nations to 'Build Back Better' using the disruptions to society caused by what have been proven to be overreactions to the virus.

Today one has only to look to President Joe Biden to see support for these principals in his legislative agenda which is named 'Build Back Better'.

Although the United Nations is ultimately an American creation and America is following the U.N. Agendas, American politicians have rarely made light of their association. Mr. Clint W. Murchison, Sr. Chair of Free Enterprise and Professor, Biomedical Engineering Program, College of Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin writes in his excellent article on global governance that,

In 1993 it was President Bill Clinton who issued Executive Order No. 12852 which created the Presidents Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD).

Jonathan Lash, President of the World Resources Institute (WRI) was named as co-chair. Jay D. Hair, President of the IUCN, and former President of the National Wildlife Federation was one of eight NGO leaders appointed to the Council. Eleven government officials, along with the eight NGO leaders, easily dominated the discussions and produced a predictable report from the 28-member Council.

Not surprisingly, the final report, “Sustainable America: A New Consensus”, presents 154 action items to achieve 38 specific recommendations that are precisely the recommendations called for in the United Nations Agenda 21. “

Financially the WEF and its schools have been supported by other NGO's (CFR, NED, IMF, etc.), various governments and by most of the worlds largest corporations. Today in addition to the government and corporate support there is tremendous input from the investment companies BlackRock, Vanguard and USB; financial houses having many of their employees and board members pass through the WEF schools.

According to this March 07, 2022 article in New Republic magazine,

The world's three largest asset managers (BlackRock, Vanguard, and UBS) alone control $21 trillion, roughly equivalent to the entire U.S. economy in 2017 and nearly twice as much as the entire world’s hedge fund, private equity, and venture capital industries combined.

And asset management firms own a piece of virtually every industry: The “Big Three” of BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street own more than 20 percent of shares in the average publicly traded S&P500 company and are also big players in private equity

These companies have quietly taken up a central role in our economic and political life. The Big Three cast more than 25 percent of votes at corporate shareholder meetings, meaning they “exercise something akin to state authority over the largest corporations that account for the vast bulk of economic activity in … the world economy,” as investment strategy analyst Anusar Farooqui put it last year.

It’s not just corporate governance, either: Major political decisions around the construction of crucial public infrastructure like the building of roads and hospitals have been structured in order to eliminate risk for asset managers and their clients as part of “public-private partnerships.” In 2020, professor and finance law expert William Birdthistle went as far as to call BlackRock a “fourth branch of government,” after the U.S. Federal Reserve again enlisted it to prop up the entire corporate bond market.” (Highlights are my own)

So close is the relationship between the WEF and Vanguard/BlackRock that it is difficult to see where one operation ends and the other begins. WEF and Vanguard/BlackRock board members move freely from one seat to the next, all the while having seats on the boards of many other corporations (media, social networks, etc.) which are aggressively promoting the United Nations direction on healthcare, global governance, environment, education, social services, energy, natural resources and the weakening of government plus personal and national sovereignty.

As you can probably imagine from the New Republic observations, Vanguard and BlackRock are the largest shareholders of the pharmaceutical firm MODERNA and they are number four and five at PFIZER, right behind three Pfizer directors who own slightly more shares.  

They are also major shareholders in the technology which has allowed 'QR-code' tracking of the vaccinated and the creation of digital currencies which are being sold to the public as 'security' measures.

Here there is very little difference between the United Nations phrasing their actions as 'preserving' and big tech's claim of 'security' when in order to do either correctly, you must control both fully.

Many regular people around the world can see cracks forming in their society and are beginning to ask questions. People who are not lawmakers, politicians or alumni of a global governance school see these changes occurring in their day to day lives and want to know the reasons for it. For a growing number of people the word 'communism' is being used to describe this evolving new order to the world.

Of course those who are pushing the new order of things realize that by channeling the wealth of the world into only a few pockets they would anger anyone who is paying attention. To that end they have created a new name and creative description for their actions; 'Stakeholder Capitalism'

In the same way that 'Sustainable Development' and 'Vaccinations' are being sold to the public, Stakeholder Capitalism is being touted as the answer to all the ills of the world today. Yet what is being sold to the public is in no way related to the kinder, gentler 'stakeholder capitalism' which existed decades ago and served the interests of community before enriching shareholders and owners. You see, the 'Mom and Pop' stores are gone. The community oriented local businesses which for generations have contributed to community growth and prosperity have been forced out by Amazon and Walmart who leave their care and concern at the board room door.

What we have today is 'corporatism' in new clothes because people might recognize the clothes corporatism wore the last time it tried to take on the world.

No matter what you want to call these changes occurring in societies around the world, none of them are designed to benefit you or your children. For all the nice words and descriptions thrown out by government, media and the experts of the world, what is evolving before our eyes is a control mechanism so complete and so well thought out as to be all but invisible.

Well, invisible if you are not looking for it. With a global population running scared from viruses, terrorists, Carbon, right-wing extremists, Russians, North Koreans, the Chinese and every other social bogey-man, who among them has time to notice that all of their concerns are manufactured to prevent them from recognizing the real threats?

Our populations age and die and the memories of war and tyranny they endured, and would warn future generations against, most often die with them. Perhaps it will be the same way with my generation's memories of humanity, health, freedom of movement, freedom of speech, privacy, national borders, unique cultures and personal autonomy. When my generation is gone who will be left to remember what once was and how it might be found again?

Will anyone care to know?

Extinguishing The Lights (LINK), (LINK),