by Allan Essery. Part 2
Resulting from an enormous volume of evidence gathered by a small army of those suspicious of the intent of the Club of Rome and the United Nations it becomes very clear that there was and currently is a plan to undertake the greatest act of socialist treason ever visited upon mankind.
AGW hysteria was created as means of the UN achieving its intended goal and it was said, “in searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill.'' They went on to say, ''It does not matter if this common enemy is a real one or one invented for the purpose.”
by Allan Essery
Part 1 - Agenda 21 again
Awareness of the environment and concern for its delicate balance are indeed sensible endeavours. Concern, however, arose during a 1992 United Nation's conference to discuss future environmentally friendly development. From that conference an action agenda was revealed for an innocuously sounding aim of ''Sustainable Development''. That agenda was known as Agenda 21 and not as innocuous as it sounded.
Agenda 21 was promoted as a non-binding and voluntarily implemented action plan, and so the lie began. It was also called the brainchild of a group of powerful elitists known as the Club of Rome. Their aim was world domination brought about using the United Nations and its agencies to create a World Government together with a World Bank and a Security Force to ensure implementation of its aims.
At first glance, the United Nations' International Telecommunications Union (ITU) seems benign.
The agency helps coordinate global telephone interconnections so we can make overseas phone calls. It manages radio spectrum and satellite orbits. All tedious and technocratic work.
But the ITU is holding a meeting in December to decide whether it - and by implication, the United Nations - should take over the internet.
This meeting in December will be the culmination of a long contest between the decentralised, private internet and the leaden hand of state control.
A UN takeover of the internet could be incredibly bad. Bad for liberty and free speech online. Bad for technological innovation.
Why would we want to hand the basic structure of the internet to a committee of governments - many of which censor the internet at home?
Steve Purvinas, Secretary of the Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers’ Association, discusses his experience at Michael Smith's Sydney speech on the allegations surrounding Julia Gillard and the Australian Workers' Union:
No matter what your political persuasion, everyone wants honest unions. That’s why, as a union leader, I sat in the front row of a conservative Right Wing event recently where the past involvement of our Prime Minster in a potentially scandalous union affair, was to be discussed in detail.
As I scanned the packed room for familiar faces I felt uncomfortably alone. I’d never associated myself with conservatives, nor thought there would ever be a need to. Although not a member of any political party, I am usually at home with those from the left of politics and the members of my union - Aircraft Engineers - that I have worked with for 26 years.
I got a look of surprise when I explained to the lady I sat next to that I was a union leader. She had been a union member too at one point but found the experience less than rewarding as her workplace complaint was never addressed. Her husband had a similarly bad experience.
It dawned upon me that these “strange” people held some very similar views to me. They thought there was a place for unions in our society, but no place for union corruption. I suddenly felt more at home, albeit with a completely different set of faces, with the main event about to begin.
I’d been warned by others in my movement not to attend this event; I rarely heed the advice of others. I attended the function with an open mind wanting to know the truth about the woman holding the highest office in our land and the union that openly states in its objects that it seeks to “establish one union for all Australian Workers”.