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The Salesmen of the Green New Deal, Part III

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Although the environmental movement had its beginnings in the 1960s, its present, systemic narrative and influence began in earnest with the election of Bill Clinton in 1993. It was then that its ideology and its resulting policies were systemically infused into the agencies of the government.

It began with an announcement of certain environmental scientists in the late 1980s. Their announcement was of a “discovery” of what they called a “hole” in the ozone layer of the atmosphere. The stratospheric ozone, or the ozone layer, is the layer of the earth that helps protect it from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet radiation. If the ozone layer were to thin too much or have a gap, it could harm the environment greatly and eventually make it unlivable.

They characterized what they saw as “damage” and then attributed this damage to man-generated pollution.

Just prior to Bill Clinton’s election, the first “Earth Summit” by the United Nations convened in 1992. It was here, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, that a meeting was held for the first time, meant to address the ideas put forward by the environmental movement. It was here that the groundwork was first laid for how political leadership around the world would attempt to implement the agenda in their countries. Fifty thousand delegates, heads of state, diplomats and NGOs hailed the document known as “Agenda 21” as “the comprehensive blueprint for the reorganization of human society.” The document is 350 pages and 40 chapters.

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Section I introduces the “social and economic dimensions” of the plan. These include the redistribution of wealth to eliminate poverty and vaccinations and modern medicine to maintain health and population control. The chairman of the Earth Summit, Maurice Strong, gave the introduction to the plan by saying this:

“Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, air-conditioning and suburban housing – are not sustainable.”
Section II provides plans for the “conservation and management of resources for development.” Environmental protection, including the atmosphere, the land, mountains, trees and forestry, oceans and fresh waters, is good and necessary. However, this agenda puts all such protection under the control of the United Nations rather than the citizens of the United States. It denies the possibility of maintaining an intact, sovereign capitalist system that successfully protects our environment.

The effort to achieve this global control includes the elimination of national sovereignty and independent nations. The accompanying measures include the elimination of national borders and unrestricted immigration- by anyone, from anywhere. In order for any person to hold and maintain these objectives, that person must see the resulting chaos, theft and murder, the loss of personal safety and dignity, the heartbreak, fear and poverty, the loss of industry and the loss of both cities and rural areas alike, all simply as collateral damage. It must all be seen as perhaps a sad but necessary means to another end. Such people are among the most calloused, heartless people ever to walk the face of the earth.

After the Earth Summit in 1992, but prior to the inauguration of Bill Clinton in 1993, a resolution of support for this agenda was first introduced into Congress. It was introduced by none other than Nancy Pelosi. She called it a “comprehensive blueprint for the reorganization of human society.” In 1993, after having been inaugurated, Bill Clinton ordered the establishment of the President’s Council for Sustainable Development for the express purpose of infusing the blueprint into nearly every agency of the federal government. Then, in 1994, the American Planning Society issued a newsletter that supported the agenda’s ideas- once again, as a “comprehensive blueprint” – specifically for local planning.

When local planners, such as county commissioners, show a consistent pattern of giving an understanding nod in the direction of the long-standing residents of a city, only to unanimously or regularly vote against them behind their backs, and you feel that you have no control over what may be happening in your city, neighborhood or on a particular street, you can be sure that they do in fact have an allegiance: It is to something somewhere else.

Over the years, the United Nations has developed “updates” to Agenda 21. These updates do not represent a change to the original agenda but simply provide more detail on how the plan should be implemented. In 2000, the UN held the “Millennium Summit,” launching the “Millennium Project, which featured eight goals for “global sustainability,” which were to be reached by 2015. When these goals were not reached, the UN held another summit in New York City in September 2015. With this next summit came yet another update to the document, known as Agenda 2030. This outlined seventeen goals to be reached by 2030. Finally, the last update, which appeared in 2018, is known as the Green New Deal.

This article is not written to scare, but to alert and arm the reader. “Knowledge is power.” It is possible for past, as well as present compromises to American industry, to be identified and reversed. This can be done when definite names, dates and strategy are put to the enemy’s form and when the people who can truly call the United States their home decide that their enemy is worth defeating.
For further information on the science, salesmen and history of the Green New Deal, one of the best books is “The Holes In The Ozone Scare – The Scientific Evidence That The Sky Isn’t Falling,” by Rogelio A. Maduro and Ralf Schauerhammer.

Alex Doss is a musician and piano technician in Spring Hill and also has other areas of interest and knowledge.

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