With so much technology at our fingertips, you would think our society's intellect would be on the rise. Sadly, that is not the case. The problem is a total disconnect with reality and with our world. The world is a big place and, as Stacy Herbert points out, in America, if one watches or listens only to mainstream media, Europe does not exist. The entire planet, with the exception of "the Middle East" does not exist. Russia wouldn't exist if the Pentagon didn't need a new enemy in President Putin. There is never any news about what is happening around the world; the economy, the civil unrest and the uprisings that are going on around the world do not exist if one watches or listens to mainstream media. On the other hand, if you get your news from the internet or your favorite You Tube news channel, you are labeled as a conspiracy nut, tinfoil hat-wearing, basement dweller. I ask you, does Europe exist? Isn't it a fairly large land mass on planet Earth with millions of people living and dying every day? What about the countries that comprise "the Middle East"? Places like Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Bahrain and Turkey? Do these places exist only in the minds of conspiracy nuts who get their news from the internet!?
I bring this to table in an attempt to show how small-minded people have become. If the masses in the United States are so blind that even Europe doesn't exist, it is a far stretch to getting someone to accept a global virus like the UN's Agenda 21. On the surface, this policy may be appealing to some people, especially the people that buy into the nonsense known as climate change (or is it global warming? Or is it global cooling, which would be closer to the truth). The people that have bought into this must not have seen the study that shows three times the current global population could fit into the land mass known as Oklahoma—three times the global population!
Agenda 21 is one of these little known policies that gets rolled out during the Bilderberg meetings and begins spreading, like an out of control virus, around the world. Simple, small steps that progress over a decade or more that hardly anyone notices. Followed by larger steps that have a direct impact on people. Then after all the supporting policies and laws are in place, something as sinister as Common Core seemingly comes from nowhere. Common Core effects nations and, at this stage, will be difficult for anyone to reverse all the policies that have been implemented that support Common Core. These policies will take ignorance to a whole new level. I once heard that ignorance is a curable disease, but once Common Core takes root those days may be over.
Before the term "sustainability" was in vogue, the late UN Deputy Secretary General Robert Muller, the architect of UNESCO's "World Core Curriculum," also offered some insight into the purpose of UN-led, globalized pseudo-education. The goals: "Assisting the child in becoming an integrated individual who can deal with personal experience while seeing himself as a part of 'the greater whole.' In other words, promote growth of the group idea, so that group good, group understanding, group interrelations and group goodwill replace all limited, self-centered objectives, leading to group consciousness." Put another way, smash individualism and notions of individual rights, replacing them with collectivism. [Source]
David Risselada has written an exhaustive report to help everyone better understand Agenda 21. So far, he has released three different articles to break it down in simple, easy to understand language and to bring out the details of how this global virus is going to affect every person on the planet. How is it that a very small group of megalomaniacs, sociopaths and criminals can get together and decide what is best for everyone? When did we become so complacent in our responsibilities as human beings that something like Agenda 21 has not only taken root, but is now infesting communities the world over.
Ed [citizens the world over] fails to grasp the fact that anytime any country enters into a treaty with another country, both countries tend to lose a bit of sovereignty. That should be obvious to Ed who claims to be a "Writer, lawyer and politico turned history teacher." Unfortunately, he sees no connection between entering into a treaty and the resultant loss of sovereignty. His big question is "what's the harm?" because he thinks if the "good" outweighs the "bad," then a treaty is fine. Loss of sovereignty is never good but Ed [citizens the world over] doesn't mind as long as his definition of "good" comes from it.
By the way, we haven't even discussed the fact that the UN is not a sovereign nation of its own. It is a body of representatives from various nations. The US Senate cannot enter into a treaty with anything that is not a sovereign nation, so why are we entering into treaties with the UN? A good question for an upcoming article.
Gangs have turf. The object is to keep your own turf and even gain more if possible by taking over new turf from a gang next door. But let's say two gangs enter into an agreement (treaty). They agree that members of each gang will not go into the other gang's territory and they will both join together to fight off outside invaders if the need arises.
The only problem with that treaty or agreement is that each gang has removed a bit of its own sovereignty. They are now limited by not being able to freely go anywhere they want. They have to avoid the other gang's territory. By the way, this is only an example. I'm not defending gang's rights. [Source]
We give up a little of our sovereignty here, a little sovereignty there and the next thing you know, our national sovereignty has been happily handed over to a small group of crazies. Do these crazies have their best interest at heart or ours? Does Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller or Nathan Rothschild even know you exist? Do you represent a threat to their plan for one world government, one world currency and one world religion? Absolutely.
Where do we go from here? What can we do, as individuals, to combat Agenda 21? With the policies coming from an entity like the United Nations, how do we get our local "representatives" to address our concerns? What is the push back on something like Common Core?
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