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Friendly Authoritarian Face: UN Posts New Water Website Online
UN Unveils New World Water Website: Promises 'Sustainable' Management ... On Monday at World Water Week UN-Water and UNESCO unveiled the new website for the International Year of Water Cooperation and World Water Day 2013. The site features a contest open to all, to come up with a slogan for the international year, with the author of the successful entry winning a trip to Paris for the 2013 Kick Off Event. – UN Website
Dominant Social Theme: We want to be your friend. So have a drink before we poison you.
Free-Market Analysis: We recommend everyone who is interested in such things go to the new UN World Water website to see how far the UN has come in terms of promoting a kind and friendly modern face.
This is the "new UN" – cheery, concerned and personable. Its dizzying array of websites are in a sense serial works of art.
We think we can sense anger and frustration behind them. The power elite that we track was very slow to understand what we call the Internet Reformation. And now they are participating with a vengeance. The cheeriness is forced. The calls for "sharing" are issued behind gritted teeth.
You see, the word has gone out. The Internet has already done its work. Millions are educated about directed history and understand the truly authoritarian intentions of Money Power. World government we shall have, one way or another, if elite plans come to fruition ... The inculcation of the globalist meme is purveyed via power elite dominant social themes.
When we analyze the new UN water website, we see the subdominant social theme of "social media" is being purveyed. One is urged to use "social media," including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to make one's "voice heard."
We're not big fans of social media. Social media is a great way of controlling what's on the Internet because social media is created by a single owner that can adjust content and even remove it if it does not conform. We believe in blogs and independent websites. These, too, are in a sense controlled but somewhat less so. It's not as easy.
When it comes to social media, we've watched the elites and their Intel facilities create and monitor these facilities. There is a reason they actively encourage their use.
On the website, as well, there is talk of "stakeholders" – as if one can have a meaningful stake in something one neither owns nor controls – and cheery encouragement to "make your voice heard."
The new website (and others like it) truly oozes concern and caring. It is easy, therefore, not to remember that the people behind this website are the same ones that authorized the use of depleted uranium weapons in Iraq and Afghanistan. The depleted uranium has caused so many birth defects in Iraq that in certain regions women are still reportedly advised by doctors not to have children.
The US stands behind the UN and provides a large part of its budget. But the Pentagon continues to obfuscate regarding depleted uranium, which in the view of senior military officials, provides an important technological advantage in terms of firing weaponry.
One should also keep in mind that the same elite complex continues to insist that vaccines are safe for everyone when it is evidently and obviously not true.
And of course, more ludicrously, there is the global warming meme: The air we breathe is dangerous! Some of it must be extracted and buried in the ground at great cost or we will somehow simultaneously burn up and starve at the same time.
Or maybe global cooling is on the way ... So hard to remember.
But we can be sure that the climate will change. And it will be BAD. And only the UN and other globalist enterprises can fend off disaster. That's very clear from reading websites such as this one.
Here's some more about the new and improved UN water website and the upcoming "World Water Day" ...
International World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first World Water Day.
Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater. Coming soon in this section of the website, we will present a brief overview of the different themes that have been the focus of World Water Day celebrations.
The UN has been around for 60 years, at least. We are watching it grow and change before our eyes. It is truly where the "open conspiracy" to create global governance now resides.
Everything that is done at the UN takes place in groups of 40 and 50 countries at a time. And the intimidated and thuggish rulers of these countries are constantly issuing fatuous statements supporting each authoritarian endeavor.
The UN's language is always the same as well. Words like "sustainable" are mentioned with very specific intentions. Everything about the rhetoric and presentation of the "new UN" rhetoric and 'Net presentation is immensely authoritarian if you look beneath the surface.
The UN is kept in business by creating phony problems, mostly built around scarcity. Thus, if the UN is promoting "fresh water" you can be sure behind the scenes UN officials are actually working to make fresh water scarcer. Then they will try to regulate it.
Conclusion: Eventually, life's necessary resources may only be available to those who conform to the new world being built before our eyes.