Monsanto Goes All-In For Agenda 21

Posted on March 21, 2013

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Have you heard of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)? It would be wise if you learned about them because their long-term plan is to run the world and the UN’s Agenda 21 is how they expect to get control. You can start by reading about them at Wikipedia or at the WBCSD home page.

The Wikipedia link tells us who some of the players are : General Motors, Dupont, 3M, Nestle’, Coca-Cola, Sony, BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Unilever, Bank of America, and now  we learn that Monsanto has decided to become a member.

New America: Corporate giant Monsanto, known for its controversial business model, lobbying, and its widely criticized genetically modified organisms (GMOs), has officially joined the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a group of powerful interests including major banks and Big Oil backing the United Nations “Agenda 21” scheme for so-called “sustainable development.” Critics, however,expressed alarm over the announcement, saying the global “sustainability” push is really a transparent plot to centralize power in the UN and enrich special interests at the expense of private property rights, national sovereignty, and individual liberty.

“A transparent plot” is exactly right. We are not talking about some off-the=wall conspiracy theory. The intentions of the UN’s Agenda 21 and the intentions of the WBCSD is done all out in the open.

The New America article is full of good links. Please bookmark it and read it when you have time. Here are some more excerpts:

“At Monsanto, our company vision for sustainable agriculture strives to contribute to meeting the needs of the growing population, to protect and preserve natural resources, and to help improve lives,” said Jerry Steiner, the biotech firm’s executive vice president for sustainability and corporate affairs. “We are excited to join the WBCSD and connect with a global coalition of more than 200 companies that advocate for progress on sustainable development.”

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Aside from the numerous controversies surrounding genetically engineered food and Monsanto in particular, the whole concept of “sustainability” has also attracted a firestorm of criticism and outrage. Still, key members of the so-called global “establishment” — the UN, Big Business, taxpayer-funded “non-governmental organizations” (NGOs), the Obama administration, the mega-wealthy, among other powerful forces — have been promoting what they misleadingly tout as “sustainable development” for decades.

The ultimate UN plan, known as “Agenda 21,” was outlined and agreed to by national governments and dictatorships worldwide at a 1992 UN summit in Rio de Janeiro. “Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts (sic) on the environment,” the UN admits on its website, sparking suspicions from analysts who point out that virtually every aspect of human existence has some “impact” on the “environment.”

In essence, under the guise of environmentalism and, more recently, alleviating poverty, the global scheme calls for reducing consumption, further empowering the UN and national governments, more central planning in the economy, a gradual erosion of private property rights, and much more. The global entity’s own documents, as The New American has documented extensively, reveal the scope of the plan. Indeed, in recent years, the UN has become increasingly candid in discussing its goals, saying last year that even human thought would be targeted under the radical agenda.

Understand, dear friends, that these people think log-term. But, the trend is clear. Over time mega-corporations will control most of the means of production in the world. Along with the mega-banks, they will own most of the political elites of the world, as well.

Will the sheep go where they are lead? Haven’t they always?

Well, that’s what I’m thinking. What are your thoughts?

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