United Nations boss Ban Ki-moon and his top deputies gathered in secret last year to chart the future course of humanity through "sustainable development," a controversial concept the UN equates with "saving the planet" in what would ultimately entail a radical and complete transformation of human civilization. But even though the erection of a global so-called "green-economy" regime is a top UN Tweet. – New American
Dominant Social Theme: UN is focused on making things better for the environment.
Free-Market Analysis: The New American has posted an article focusing on the renewed United Nation's "green" push. We covered this at the beginning of February in an article entitled, "Now UN Plans to Guide Nations' 'Best Practices' Around the World." You can see it here: Now UN Plans to Guide Nations' 'Best Practices' Around the World.
The New American article points out that that there was a "closed door" session held about three months ago on Long Island that dealt with this new green agenda within the context of an upcoming Conference on Sustainable Development (UN CSD) in Rio de Janeiro. Here's some more:
The confidential minutes of the meeting, obtained and posted online by Fox News last week, outline the goals and agenda for the global sustainability gathering this June — dubbed Rio+20 — that will be held on the 20th anniversary of the 1992 Earth Summit. Using environmentalism as the rationale, that conference laid the groundwork for the global effort the UN hopes to expand and solidify in the years to come.
According to critics and the UN itself, however, the global body and its allies around the world have ambitions that go far beyond simply protecting the environment. In fact, many experts — especially in the United States — fear that the UN actually envisions a global government, an erosion of private-property rights, and even an end to the individual freedoms enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. And based on UN documents dealing with "sustainability," the concerns appear to be justified.
During the secretive October meeting on sustainability, attended by the leaders of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), Secretary General Ban made more than a few bold statements. He said, for example, that pursuing "sustainable development" was the "greatest imperative of the current generation of leadership, as well as of UN system organizations," according to the minutes.
As we've tried to point out in several articles, however, the renewed UN green push is actually part of a much larger UN program that seems to be gradually falling into place. After a period of quietude as a result of the various global warming setbacks the UN has received, there seems to be a determination to attack.
Who's behind it? Why, the same Anglosphere elite that generally wants to build world government. There are often attempts to claim that the Anglosphere is divided by geography and power but, in fact, at the top level all the facilities of the Anglosphere seem to work together. If one follows such things, one can almost visualize the strategy unfolding and even predict it, on occasion.
As best we can tell, the Anglosphere – via Britain, American and Israel mostly – is trying to create a maximum amount of chaos in the world on the way to introducing more formal world government. The UN is just one more weapon in the arsenal.
The tools the power elite uses include dominant social themes – fear-based promotions that frighten middle classes into giving up power and wealth to specially created globalist institutions. The UN is prime among these.
While the New American focuses mainly on the environmental aspects of what the UN has in mind, our initial article laid out a three-pronged attack. We pointed out that a pilot project was already underway in Thailand that sought to implement new UN initiatives. Here are the UN's three "new" priorities based on a new UN five-year plan (shades of the USSR):
The UNPAF 2012-16 is closely aligned with the following three development strategies contained in the RTG's 11th National Economic and Social Development Plan (NESDP 2012- 2016):
− Promoting the just society: The UN system will support social reform for equity and empowerment, including strengthening the social protection system, enhancing human rights and access to justice, and improving the quality of information for and analysis of issues in social policy. It will also provide support for specific social programmes that are the focus of particular UN agencies.
− Strengthening economic cooperation in the region: The UN system will support Thailand as an effective development partner in the international community and support the development of a creative economy in view of the important role this will play in strategically positioning Thailand as a socio-economic regional actor.
− Managing natural resources and the environment towards sustainability: The UN system will support Thailand in responding to the challenges of climate change, and work on issues with respect to the nexus between poverty and the environment and energy and the environment.
One can see from this Thailand project that the UN has returned to the fray with a full plate of globalist enterprises. These include a sociopolitical and economic element as well as the environmental aspect. The UN's environmental focus may be the key to unlocking the larger program that the UN wants to implement. It also puts the wars that the Anglosphere has been pursuing into an even larger focus.
It is difficult to avoid the conclusion that the West's wealthiest families have launched the recent disparate wars in part to intimidate current power brokers, especially in the developing world where many of these military engagements have been fought.
One could speculate that the UN is the other arm of a vast strategic pincer. Having waged wars of intimidation, the elites are now rolling out a full UN program of global domination.