Why are Islamic countries so interested in ‘Green Economy’? The book, Green Deen: What Islam Teaches about Protecting the Planet by Ibrahim Abdul-Matin states that 12% of the Koran’s verses concern care for planet Earth. This, he claims, is why Islam is totally behind Sustainable Development and its UN programs.
China is a Technocracy and brags to the wold about being the global leader in Sustainable Development and Green Economy, but its own hypocrisy speaks louder than words.
China is the purest form of Technocracy on the planet, although still lacking in some aspects. Thus, it is not surprising that China would take the lead role in promoting Green Economy and Sustainable Development. It’s all about control, control, control.
Again, the Islamic attraction to Green Economy and Sustainable Development is clearly seen in this report. Five hundred delegates from 58 countries made a major statement to all Arab leaders.
Arab states have a close connection to Technocracy and the UN’s Green Economy. Dubai, UAE, Saudi Arabia and even Iran are eager participants. The connection is not obvious to the Western mind, but Islam is very ‘green’ and the Koran attributes 12 percent of its text to green issues.
Technocracy will force the entire world to go cashless in order to force everyone into the system. This is why the UN’s own documents repeatedly say, “No one left behind.” While many central bankers are discussing cashless societies, India is on the forefront of implementing it.
Even though Trump vociferously ejects the Paris Agreement on climate change, he will be forced to embrace Green Economy. Technocrats at the UN are working feverishly to unite the entire planet against us.
The United Nations Environmental Program leaders know full well that political will can make or break them. In the EU and the US, populist sentiment is a direct threat to the Green Economy.
Globalists everywhere, and especially China, are sweating over the rise in populism around the world. The New International Economic Order as originally specified by the Trilateral Commission, is clearly in jeopardy.
The Islamic business community is emerging as the primary advocate of the UN’s Green Economy. This reflects the “Green Deen”, where deen means ‘way’ in Arabic. The Green Deen in a prominent doctrine in the Koran, where up to 12 percent of its verses deal with environmental issues.