"Wrenching transformation"?

follow up on Al Gore's call for: urgent changes (see post)

On globalism and 'unsustainables'

Have you ever stopped to ask yourself just what sort of "human lifestyle changes" might 'the world' expect to experience if/when this "wrenching transformation", as described by Gore, begins to really be 'tightened down'? Well, have a look at the list below, and prepare to be in disbelief.

First, this quote taken from an article which is a brief synopsis of something called the the U.N. "Biodiversity Assessment Report", which was published in November of 1995:

"The 1,140-page report is the most comprehensive analysis of the science of biological diversity ever attempted. Funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and by UNEP, this independent and peer-reviewed assessment is the work of over 1,500 scientists and experts from all parts of the world.":article

Secondly, below is an excerpt from another article which had been saved in some old files. The link is lost and 'a google' didn't turn it up, so take it for what it is worth. There is no valid reason though to question or doubt the accuracy because if you understand the 'sustainable' agenda (21) thoroughly, it fits perfectly. It would also explain perfectly why the word "wrenching" is used as an adjective to describe the now 'urgent' planned transformation of the world!

The author/researcher (below) has studied the 'U.N. Biodiversity Assessment Report' and from it has compiled what she called the "unsustainable list".....which basically means those things that, according to the report, will have to be "wrenched" away from people, because they are 'harmful to Mother earth'. This truly is what 'sustainable development' is about. Again, if not familiar with this, prepare to be in disbelief:

"RESEARCHER JEANNIE SODERMAN did a complete reading of the 1140 page “Biodiversity Assessment Report” that came out of Agenda 21. She noted that ICLEI, the International Committee of Local Environmental Initiatives is the group empowered to implement Agenda 21 worldwide. Soderman compiled a list of the things that were named “unsustainable” in the report.

Some of these are:
automobiles, modern farm production systems (no use of machines is allowed), irrigation, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, farmlands, rangelands, pastures, fish ponds, plantations, forestry, urbanization, impervious surfaces, fisheries, grazing of livestock, disturbance of the soil surface, large hoofed animals, industrial activities, plastic production, synthetic products, the use of machines, CFCs, technology improvements, natural gas production, cemeteries, sewers, drain systems, pipelines, private property, land use that serves human needs, human made caves of brick and mortar, concrete and steel, paved and tarred roads, highways and trails, railroads, floor and wall tiles, aquaculture, dams, reservoirs, straightening of rivers, power line construction, golf courses, scuba diving, modern hunting, picking of berries, ski runs, fossil fuels used for driving various types of machines, building materials, synthetic drugs, population growth, convenience foods. Soderman has a list in which each of these is page-referenced."
Very briefly, this is where the ideology intersects with the practical means for accomplishing the globalist agenda. The actual goal is not really the 'wonderful' so-called "sustainability" to "save the planet" as we are to believe, but rather ownership and control over every square inch of this planet. It is nothing less than a total and complete, massive "land grab", and this is to be accomplished through the guise of "environmentalism". Every square inch.
The 'beast' will own it all!


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