California leads the nation in applying Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development, and is targeting control over all water and through that, all land. Water is a basic resource of life, and Technocracy is a resource-based economic system. Connect the dots and you can see why they are after water.
Evidence that 2030 Agenda did not arise from the citizenry: “…goals will only be implemented if people demand action by their governments.” In fact, the 2030 Agenda was created by a very narrow elite and then marketed to UN member states.
Herein lies the great development fallacy: U.N. Technocrats believe that every global problem can be solved by applying new technology. This is utterly false. Successful economic development has always been directly related to the level of private property and ownership and access to markets. The U.N. is bent on implementing Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
The deception of Sustainable Development has morphed into total societal delusion. While the nation obsesses about politics, this anti-American parade marches on by. Sustainable Development is Technocracy, pure and simple. It intends completely displace Capitalism and Free Enterprise, in which case there will be no political system left.
Geospatial intelligence is the tracking of every moving thing in a society, including people and the Internet of Everything. That UN-GGIM is teaming up to enforce 2030 Agenda is designed to create Technocracy, and soon. Note the quote from the article: “China added that all governments should make geospatial information the primary source of data for social and economic development.”
Eliminating the combustion engine is part and parcel of the Paris Climate Agreement, and England is falling in line by banning sales outright by 2040. The industrial upheaval that this will cause cannot yet be measured.
I have long stated that Sustainable Development (aka Technocracy) is a resource grab of global proportions, and water is a key live-giving resource that the UN intends to control. The article states, “The World Water Council has issued its 2016 report, which calls for mainstreaming water in a variety of global agendas, including infrastructure financing, climate action and sustainable development.”
The United Nations Technocrats says that educated people consume a disproportionate amount of resources, and are therefore unsustainable by definition. Long live stupidity and ignorance.
The author of this story, Kale Roberts at ICLEI.org, has demanded that this story NOT be reposted on Technocracy.News. ICLEI cannot stand the heat of criticism. Roberts knows full well that U.S. copyright law allows any public document to be quoted in part for journalistic review, but he has no respect for U.S. law or the Constitution
I am sure there are many Americans who have no idea nor care what “The Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development” (DICED) is. They should. The Draft Covenant is the “Environmental Constitution of Global Governance.”