California just can’t get a break. After two sets of fires ravaged the central winery and more southernly Santa Barbara areas, heavy rains before dawn on January 9, 2018 – perhaps the strongest in seven years – have produced devastating mudslides.
The Golden State has seen this pattern before: unseasonably dry weather strengthening fire damage followed by unseasonably high rainfall.
In both scenarios, homes and property are destroyed, residents are forced to evacuate, and “green” county commissions plot and plat (map) new urban “pack and stack” high-density housing and urban renewal projects.
A CNBC headline from October 2017 paints a somber picture:
“Claims losses from California’s wildfires top $3 billion; state says some insurers may exit”
House buried by January 2018 California mudslide (Photo: AP)
As for the extensive damage being sustained on the west coast after torrential rains caused topsoil, exposed by expansive burning zones, to flow downhill, flooding and burying everything in their path, the Intelligent Insurer estimates “an economic loss of more than $100 million and insured losses of tens of millions of dollars, according to Impact Forecasting, part of Aon Benfield.”
What does all this have to do with Agenda 2030, you ask? What is Agenda 2030, you may well ask?
The United Nations (UN) claims that their continuing agenda to “level the global economic playing field” – by lowering the standard of living in the most affluent of the world’s countries via forced immigration and “resettlement” programs.
Of course, the UN would never be that candid. Here’s their spin on this new international power play to underwrite all civil development, everywhere in the world:
“This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity.”
In the words of comedian Dana Carvey’s Church Lady:
“Well, isn’t that special?”
In the words of The New American:
“The United Nations and its mostly autocratic member regimes have big plans for your life, your children, your country, and your world.”
Agenda 2030 is the next iteration of the little-known, but insidious, Agenda 21. Adopted by more than 178 Governments at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 3-14, 1992, The Post Sustainability Institute summarizes Agenda 21 quite succinctly:
“UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the action plan implemented worldwide to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all energy, all education, all information, and all human beings in the world. INVENTORY AND CONTROL.”
The UN has been pushing “sustainable development” for over 20 years. The underlying premise – which is itself debatable – is that there are too many people living on earth for the resources available to them in their specific localities.
To “solve” this completely hypothetical “problem” requires shuffling large populations around the globe, and replacing low-density housing with multi-family complexes. We used to call them “the Projects” and you surely didn’t want to live there.
Even the Republican party’s 2012 platform stated:
“We strongly reject the UN Agenda 21 as erosive of American sovereignty.”
This is Big News, but have you heard anything in the mainstream media lately about the UN’s plan to take over the world?
Today, Agenda 2030 is a continuation of the last 15-year UN plan, eight “Millennium Development Goals,” or MDGs, “which range from halving extreme poverty rates to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015.”
Despite critics who question the ulterior motives of a global consortium (the UN) that wants to micro-manage our daily affairs, effective January 1, 2016, the 17 “Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) of UN Agenda 2030 went into force.
Many analysts agree that Agenda 2030 is leading the world toward the One World Government envisioned by fascist corporations.
Using DEWs and other weather control mechanisms is certainly well within the capability of a totalitarian organization with a reach as broad as the United Nations.
As of January 12, 2018, ABC News reported that 10,000 residents, “almost the entirely of Montecito,” were ordered to evacuate.
Just like the California wildfires, those displaced from their homes far outnumber those actually killed. Our hearts go out to all victims of actual weather disasters and possible NWO power-mad machinations.
California Evacuation Center (Photo: Gabrielle Lurie)
What can you do about it?
Look into your city and county commissions. Attend a few meetings. Get to know your local commissioners. Question and challenge all policy decisions that mention the words “green” or “sustainable.” Don’t let the utility companies install “Smart” meters and other untested sources of radiation.
If not Us, whom? If not now, when?