“This pattern of rise, decline, and rise again results from assumptions about future trends in vital rates: that, country by country, fertility will fall below replacement level—though in some cases not for decades—and eventually return to replacement; and that, country by country, life expectancy will eventually follow a path of uninterrupted but slowing increase. With alternative assumptions about fertility, long-range trends could be quite different. With long-range total fertility 0.3 children above replacement, projected world population in 2300 is four times as large as the main projection; with total fertility 0.2 children below replacement, world population in 2300 is one-quarter of the main projection.” Sourced from the United Nations Global Population 2300 Projections
Before you attempt to label me as a maniac with paranoid delusions simply look at the facts, I do not endorse theories, I simply provide theories. With this in mind, when you look at the facts surrounding the The United Nations its quite easy to see how this organization is not a proponent of individual freedoms. So let me provide you with the facts, you can make up your own mind after that.
Where did the United Nations come from?
The forerunner of the United Nations was the League of Nations, an organization conceived in similar circumstances during the first World War, and established in 1919 under the Treaty of Versailles “to promote international cooperation and to achieve peace and security.” The International Labour Organization was also created under the Treaty of Versailles as an affiliated agency of the League. The League of Nations ceased its activities after failing to prevent the Second World War.
The name “United Nations”, coined by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt was first used in the Declaration by United Nations of 1 January 1942, during the Second World War, when representatives of 26 nations pledged their Governments to continue fighting together against the Axis Powers.
What is the purpose of the United Nations on the surface?
The purpose of the United Nations is to bring all nations of the world together to work for peace and development, based on the principles of justice, human dignity and the well-being of all people. It affords the opportunity for countries to balance global interdependence and national interests when addressing international problems.
What is the actual purpose and agenda of the United Nations?
- Increase in international trade at a faster rate than the growth in the world economy
- Greater international cultural exchange
- Greater international travel and tourism
- Greater immigration, including illegal immigration
- Development of global telecommunications infrastructure
- Development of global financial systems
- Increase in the share of the world economy controlled by multinational corporations
- Increase in the number of standards applied globally
- Increased role of international organizations
- Erosion of national sovereignty and national borders
What does this mean to Americans?
In order to achieve its global agenda, the United Nations must divide the world into specific regions. The United Nations’ charter includes this goal in Chapters 8-11. It describes the organization of the world as “regional arrangements and intergovernmental agreements.” Presently, those leaders of the world who endorse the creation of a socialist-controlled global community have divided the world into 85 regions. By dividing the world into specific regions, it would be make it much easier to police. The United States is using this same principle, too. It is being used to create regions for coordinating all levels of government activities. In 1969, President Richard Nixon was responsible for dividing the United States into 10 regions which would be controlled by government bureaucrats. Eventually, the type organization could be responsible for the United States becoming a member of the new world community that will be controlled by the United Nations. (2)
The United Nations has many other policies that would usurp power from the United States government and the rights and privileges of its citizens. First, the United Nations has already gained control over many of America’s parks and historical sites. The UN is also attempting to gain control of America’s river systems. Secondly, it wants to decide for women if they can have babies and how many. Thirdly, the United Nations wants to dictate the economic and judicial structure for each nation in the world. Fourthly, they want to make the citizens of the United States fund the United Nations by a permanent tax. Lastly, the United Nations wants American military men who serve as part of its army to pledge allegiance to it instead of the United States of America. (2) Therefore, based on these United Nations’ policies, it is obvious that the UN is definitely not the international peace keeping organization that it claims to be. It is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Its clandestine agenda is to incorporate all nations of the world into one megalopolis with socialism as its governmental base. If the United Nations achieves their false agenda, the United States will no longer be a free nation.
How does the United Nations propose to usurp American sovereignty and create a global community? The blueprint for the United Nations’ plan to create a global community is called Agenda 21. Its purpose is to create societies that can sustain themselves. Leaders from all aspects of life have readily accepted the UN’s vision of transforming the earth into a planet that has social justice for all and a sound environment. However, the astronomical cost of establishing this new earth has been overlooked by the supporters of Agenda 21. But, according to these supporters, the end justifies the mean. This is the reason the supporters of Agenda 21 are supposedly trying to save many of our resources for future generations. If they could limit the amount of goods consumed and reduce the level of energy used, they would preserve the earth’s resources for many years to come. Also, these United Nations supporters would like to reduce the amount of poverty in the world by creating a global welfare system. Ultimately, the United Nations proposes to meet all the needs of the inhabitants of the earth by incorporating a socialistic utopia. But, socialism actually contradicts the main vision and leads to more poverty and distrust in the world. (8)
Agenda 21 is a binding contractual agreement between 179 nations that was signed in 1992 at the United Nations’ Conference on Environment and Development. The Conference was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. If Agenda 21 is put into operation, the United Nations would achieve its ultimate goal which is to rule the world. The UN would dictate to all lands and people where they will live, what they will eat, what they will learn, and how they will communicate. The United Nations would even determine how much water and electricity could be allocated for use in the world along with specifying the types of transportation that would be permitted. (8)
The United Nations’ Conference on Environment and Development is responsible for developing the United Nations’ environmental policy procedures. The nameless, undemocratic procedures basically create policies that are written by enemies of America and the rest of the world. The procedures used by UNCED evoke four types of power. These four powers which are utilized are non-governmental organizations, national governments, international governments, and the ultra powerful philanthropic institutions. (3) One of the specific requirements of Agenda 21 is to formulate a local Agenda 21 plan. The goal is to develop a contingency plan to sustain life in the local community. Representatives from the different departments of the local government would be responsible for the development of this plan. They should “construct, operate and maintain economic, social and environmental infra- structure, oversee planning processes, establish local environmental policies and regulations, and assist in implementing national and sub-national environmental policies.” (13) Also, these government officials “should enter into a dialogue with its citizens, local organizations and private enterprises and adopt a local Agenda 21. Through consultation and consensus-building, local authorities would learn from citizens and from local, civic, community, business and industrial organizations and acquire the information needed for formulating the best strategies.” (13) However, an underlying meaning of all this emergency preparedness for sustaining of life in the future is to prepare America and the world for a socialistic global state. Local communities would become the pieces of the global governance puzzle that is being established by the United Nations. The ultimate goal of the United Nations is to have all power and control every aspect of life. Many non-governmental organizations are assisting the United Nations in its ongoing effort to conquer the world. They are endeavoring to make new policies that would give the UN more control of more property. These policies are then introduced by several United Nations’ organizations at regional and world conferences. After the policies are adopted, they are sent to national governments to ratify. Once the policies are ratified, they become binding international agreements that dictate that the nations abide by international laws. (3) How does the United Nations assure that these newly signed agreements are obeyed? In order to assure that these international laws are followed, non-governmental organizations force the nations involved to cooperate or they will be sued. Also, these same organizations attempt to gain as much public support for their agendas as possible. The media and public schools are used to promote this evil environmental agenda before elected representatives and the general public. As a result, many people are up in arms over a contaminated global environment. In fact, many of America’s leaders are joining the bandwagon to give more power to the United Nations. Also, many Americans are now willing to sacrifice their property rights and the sovereignty of their nation for the benefit of eliminating environmental problems in the world. (3)
It is never wise for a nation to give up its authority to another governmental entity. However, in the name of environmental matters, the United States has given in to the wishes of the United Nations. Basically, the United Nations has indirectly taken control of much of America’s sovereignty. It has secretly usurped power through the many environmental treaties that the United States has signed. As a result of these treaties, many non-Americans are making key decisions about America’s economy and free market system and its sovereignty. This is totally unethical and un-American. America’s forefathers are probably rolling over in their graves. It is impossible to believe that such a powerful and wealthy nation would allow this to happen. (6)
The ties that bind The Bilderberg Group to the United Nations
Former NATO Secretary-General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes has confounded claims by debunkers that the secret organization which met in Sitges Spain over the last few days does not set policy, admitting during a Belgian radio interview that Bilderberg attendees are mandated to implement decisions that are formulated during the annual conference of power brokers.
In a radio interview reported on by the Belgian news website www.zonnewind.be, Claes told host Koen Fillet that Bilderberg does indeed decide policy for the coming year. Claes would certainly be in a position to know, being a two-time Bilderberg attendee as well as the eighth Secretary General of NATO from 1994 until 1995.
Claes said that Bilderberg guests are normally given around 10 minutes of talk time, after which a report is compiled of their presentation.
“The participants are then obviously considered to use this report in setting their policies in the environments in which they affect,” stated Claes, according to the translated text.
What other NATO Secretary Generals have attended Bilderberg Meetings?
- Joseph Luns (1971-1984) Bilderberg Group
- Lord Carrington (1984-1988) Bilderberg Group, the chairman since 1991).
- Manfred Wörner (1988-1994) Bilderberg Group
- Willy Claes (1994-1995) Bilderberg Group
- Javier Solana (1995-1999) Bilderberg Group
- Lord Robertson (1999- ) Bilderberg Group
What American officials have attended Bilderberg Meetings?
- Thomas E. Donilon (2012), Executive Vice President for Law and Policy at Fannie Mae (1999–2005), Current National Security Advisor for The White House.
- Roger Altman (2009), Deputy Treasury Secretary from 1993–1994, Founder and Chairman of Evercore Partners
- George W. Ball (1954, 1993), Under Secretary of State 1961–1968, Ambassador to U.N. 1968 (deceased)
- Sandy Berger (1999), National Security Advisor, 1997–2001
- Timothy Geithner (2009), Treasury Secretary
- Dick Gephardt (2012), former Congressman and House Majority Leader
- Lee H. Hamilton (1997),[better source needed] former Congressman
- Christian Herter, (1961, 1963, 1964, 1966), 53rd United States Secretary of State (deceased)
- Charles Douglas Jackson (1957, 1958, 1960), Special Assistant to the President (deceased)
- Joseph E. Johnson (1954), President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (deceased)
- Henry Kissinger (1957, 1964, 1966, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012), 56th United States Secretary of State
- Richard Perle (2011), Chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee 2001–2003, United States Assistant Secretary of Defense 1981–1987 
- Colin Powell (1997),[better source needed] 65th United States Secretary of State
- Lawrence Summers, Director of the National Economic Council
- Paul Volcker[when?], Chair of the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board and Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979–1987
- Bing West (2010), author and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
- Robert Zoellick (2009–2012), former Trade Representative, former Deputy Secretary of State and former President of the World Bank Group
- Bill Clinton (1991), President 1993–2001
- Gerald Ford (1964, 1966), President 1974–1977 (deceased)
- John Edwards (2004), Senator from North Carolina 1999–2005
- Chuck Hagel (1999, 2000), Senator from Nebraska 1997–2009
- John Kerry (2012), Senator from Massachusetts 1985–present
- Sam Nunn (1996, 1997),[better source needed] Senator from Georgia 1972–1997
- Mitchell Daniels (2012) Governor of Indiana 2004–present
- Jon Huntsman, Jr. (2012), Governor of Utah 2005–2009
- Rick Perry (2007), Governor of Texas 2000–present
- Mark Sanford (2008), Governor of South Carolina 2003–2011
What does the United Nations and Bilderberg have in common? Goals.
The theory concerning the Bilderberg Agenda is that they would like to create a borderless world. This would mean eradicating the indivudual Nation States Sovereignty with a very powerful Central Global Government. This Central Global Government could also be called a New World Order!
They would like to see this government controlled by corporations and protected by military police. This would be a private club for Presidents, Prime Ministers, International Bankers, and Military Leaders to congregate and network among themselves. They could be chaperoned by the new Royalty to ensure peace is upheld. The entities that are in control of the wars, the stock markets both in Europe and America would be able to speak things that they would never dare speak in a public arena.
When the Bilderberg Group was first formed, the group had already decided to create an “Aristocracy of Purpose” through Europe and America, This would be done for the purpose of achieving agreement on matters to rule the world using policy, economics, and strategic maneuvers.
Why do Bilderberg and NATO care about the population?
A new report was released on Monday by the UN’s high level panel on global sustainability. Unsurprising its conclusion is that the world’s current economic , environmental and demographic trajectory is wildly unsustainable. According to the UN estimates, as reported by Reuters:
“[a]s the world’s population looks set to grow to nearly 9 billion by 2040 from 7 billion now, and the number of middle-class consumers increases by 3 billion over the next 20 years, the demand for resources will rise exponentially.
Even by 2030, the world will need at least 50 percent more food, 45 percent more energy and 30 percent more water…at a time when a changing environment is creating new limits to supply.”
The threat is that if we do not implement sweeping changes, then we risk “condemning up to 3 billion people into poverty”. The trouble is that although the world’s economy has grown 75% in since 1992 and the proportion of those living in absolute poverty has decreased by 19% over the same period, our “improved lifestyles and changing consumer habits have put natural resources under increasing strain”. Thus, the problem has been our success at getting out people of poverty. Yet isn’t that exactly what the report is trying to avoid – condemning people to poverty? What happens when we become overpopulation;
The more people there are, the greater amount of food is needed. If there is not enough food to feed people in a specific place, then there is food shortage in that place.
When people do not get enough food, their health is affected. People become undernourished when they do not have enough food to eat. Undernourished children are more likely to get sick.
When population increases, the demand for water also increases. Farmers need more water to irrigate their fields so that they can produce more crops. Factories need more water to use in manufacturing more goods. More households need more water for drinking, cooking, washing clothes, personal hygiene and many other activities.
Water shortage is evident when people have to walk a long way to get water, or when they have to queue up to get it.
Many people do not have access to potable water. They get their water from springs, rivers, wells and rain.
The quality of water that people get may be poor.
Water shortage in a community can bring about problems related to sanitation and health.
The population of a place increases in just a short time. However, the space in a place remains the same.
When the houses in a neighborhood are overcrowded, it shows that the population in the area is too big. This is a common sight in a city.
Many poor people build shanties along creeks, in dumpsites or along railroads. More than one family may share a shanty.
Overpopulation in a community can limit space for housing.
Food shortage, overcrowding, poor water supply and environmental pollution affect the health of the people, particularly the children.
Poor environmental sanitation is a major cause of diseases such as diarrhea, typhoid and cholera. Dirty insects such as flies and cockroaches contaminate food with disease-causing germs.
Many children who play barefoot in dirty areas and do not wash their hands before eating become infected with worms.
Some respiratory diseases such as tuberculosos, pneumonia and bronchitis are worsened by polluted air.
Communicable diseases can easily be transferred from one person to another in an overpopulated area.
More people generate more waste. Solid wastes such as plastics, tin cans and bottles, when not properly disposed of, become eyesores in a place. Garbage and sewage, if left untreated, can pollute the water supply.
More people need more things to use so more factories are built, more transportation facilities are made and more products are manufactured. This means more fuels are burned. The more fuels are burned, the more polluted the air becomes.
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