This is a spooky and evocative short video about Agenda 21/Agenda 2030 by Dutch YouTuber, Artikel 7, featuring the voices of Rosa Koire, George Hunt and Michael Shaw and excellent, pertinent graphics.
Agenda 21 has been getting pushed hard lately in the agitprop of all of the Democrat candidates, and the Davos crowd, under the guise of “Climate Change” and the Green New Deal, which aims to restructure the entire global energy economy within 10 years by completely “transitioning” the US out of fossil fuels and nuclear energy and into renewables, like wind and solar power.
Activist, Rosa Koire ran into Agenda 21 while working as a Bay Area forensic commercial real estate appraiser and she describes how this global plan aims to break down economies and to depopulate areas considered to be rural or suburban, concentrating populations into larger cities.
“This is the plan. It’s the loss of our industry, our agriculture, our food independence. Ultimately, it’s the loss of our sovereignty, as a free nation…It’s social engineering…it’s the acceptance of what I call the ‘new poverty’.”
Last October, 800,000 Californians were left without power for days during a “preventive blackout” by PG&E, in a bid to avoid another catastrophe like the 2018 Camp Fire. Rather than assure customers that they were seeking to improve their services, the Rothschild-owned energy company announced that such pre-emptive blackouts during windy, dry weather will now be the new normal.
PG&E’s policy will inevitably drive people away from California’s rural areas and thus fulfill the plan of Agenda 21.
Koire says Agenda 21, “Is the inventory and control plan; inventory and control of all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all food, all energy, all information and all human beings.”
In her description, you can see how Agenda 21 ties into the Internet of Things, the goal of which is to put everything – including living beings and their genomes – on the blockchain and to connect these as trackable nodes on the Global Information Grid (GIG).
It sounds like a massive undertaking but I’d bet most of this data is already online and that it just needs to be connected through an app that would function like the latest iteration of the PROMIS software.
I’m guessing that once everything has been digitized, centralized and assigned a relative financial value, we can formally do away with the existing fiat currencies and replace them with asset-derived cryptocurrencies – and maybe Facebook intends to be a leader in this effort, with the launch this year of their “global currency and financial infrastructure” called Libra, the Latin word for “Pound”, to give you a hint of their reserve currency ambitions.
I’m hearing rumors that the Big Tech companies will eventually replace the Federal Reserve and the central banking system – and maybe a lot sooner than we think. This appears to be occurring at a time when Keynesian Economics is being replaced by Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), emanating from the George Soros-sponsored Levy Economics Institute at Bard College and championed by Stephanie Kelton, Economic Advisor to Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign.
As I’ve written before, there are two bills in Congress, which have not been passed but which are still in Committee, awaiting an economic cataclysm to trigger the motions to get them passed: House Resolution 2990 and Senate Bill 759.
These would create the legal framework for the Federal Government to do away with the Federal Reserve Bank and to nationalize US currency, forgive all public and private debt – while seizing all public and private property, which obviously could not be done without a Constitutional Convention or a declaration of Martial Law.
The US Government would then proceed to issue “debt-free”, “socially-responsible money.” Under Modern Monetary Theory, the Treasury would now have an unlimited capacity to finance Social Justice programs like free college, Universal Basic Income (UBI) and Job Guarantee (JG).
JG claims to provide a sustainable solution to the dual problems of inflation and unemployment. Its aim is to create full employment and price stability, by having the state promise to hire unemployed workers as an employer of last resort (ELR). The claim is that this would protect against inflation without the social costs of unemployment and potentially fulfill the dual mandate of full employment and price stability.
To a 20- or 30-something whose biggest childhood trauma was the the Global Financial Meltdown of 2008, all of this probably sounds great.
People talk about this technological convergence as a war of automation against the worker but it seems to be shaping up as the centralization and monopolization of all data, all energy, all money and all human activity.