The War Room: Sustainable Development is the Enemy

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Submitted by Sandi on Sat, 2011-12-03 02:20

Components of STATE CONTROL
• Control of land and natural resources - United Nations World Heritage Foundations - Government National Parks
• Child indoctrination - Public Education
• Control of Monetary System - Reserve Banks
• Capacity for imperialism - Performance based instruction: "Learning has not taken place until behavior has changed”

A government of the masses
Authority derived through mass meeting or any other form of “direct” expression.
Results in mobocracy (rule or domination by the masses)
Attitude toward property is communistic – negating property rights.
Attitude toward law is that the will of the majority shall regulate,…without restraint or regard to consequences. Results in demagoguism, license agitation, discontent, anarchy.
Army Training Manual Concerning Citizenship 1928

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Western Fertility Rates Plummet

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"The hard data on babies around the Western world is that they're running out a lot faster than the oil is. "Replacement" fertility rate--i.e., the number you need for merely a stable population, not getting any bigger, not getting any smaller--is 2.1 babies per woman"

Source: American Thinker Mark Steyn

As "Biodiversity" dominates Agricultural land

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Feeding the Human Capital will be paramount because they will no longer be able to feed themselves.*

As people are **forced off private property and herded and corralled into cities (which can be locked down at any point), food arrives via the *supply chain.

Meanwhile, biodiversity is mapped out to dominate the area of the land and only small pockets will be allocated to other purposes. This leaves smaller areas available for agriculture which means that production must be drastically stepped up in order to meet the demand of the human capital in the cities. (swawking chicks in nests comes to mind). As outlined in global government agreements, money and resources are being poured into universities, research and scientists, to come up with “innovative’ idea’s based upon food and agriculture.

*To ensure dependence upon this supply chain, codex Alimentarius has been adopted. The purpose of Codex Alimentarius is to permanently stop people from growing their own food through regulative code and enforcement. NB: Controlling the weather is another aspect sustainability of the supply chain

NB: The “Masters:” do have their own seed bank

**“Taking Liberty” the environmental master plan for the USA

Here’s a taste of the type of food that will be availableprotein burgers made from sewerage and fly maggots. The human capital are slaves who will be creating val hala the the children of the masters who will be the only ones left to enjoy the fruits of your labour.

If you think that crossing spiders with sheep is a bit over the top. Check out bioSteel. This technology is at the very least about 12 years old and is used as military armour for the masters soldiers.

1: Sustainable Develop -smart growth 2: Dumb Down Education

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School sign “The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values”

“Students construct their own understanding of reality, and (realize) that objective reality is not knowable:

“They learn that mathematics is man-made, that it is arbitrary, and good solutions are arrived at by consensus among those who are considered expert.

"The education system today is simply an assault on your child’s attitudes, values and beliefs. It is designed to change and mould them and if you do not grasp this fact, you will never succeed in defeating it. The revolution is anti-property rights, anti-freedom, anti-free enterprise, anti-individual liberty, anti-national sovereignty and anti-borders and it is anti-western culture. The goal of the revolution is to transform the world into feudal like governance by making nature the central organizing principle for our economy in our society."

Education for Sustainable Development

“Generally more highly educated people who have higher incomes consume more resources than poorly educated people who tend to have lower incomes.
In this case, more education increases the threat to sustainability

If government defines “Property rights” there is no such thing as private property.

Governments sometimes use the power of eminent domain to protect the environment. Taking land for environmental reasons.

National Curriculum:
“It is within the sovereign authority of the American People to revise or abolish the Bill of Rights (pg 216)
Citizenship: Status of being a member of a state, one who owes allegiance to the government.
Citizenship means serving your new master (United WE SERVE)

Maple Grove 7th Grade Quiz:
Role of government – “The absolutely authority a government has over its citizens”

Changing the word tests to assessment. Test means a measure of objective knowledge, you assess you house for its value, you asses your car for its value. This is assessing your children based on their perceived value to society, based on how well they demonstrate that they think like a globalist”

“Promote, then, as an object of primary importance, institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge. In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened.” – George Washington (FREEMASON)

Behaviour change - indoctrinated to adults through internal work programs (six sigma - taught to think) and external HEALTH and SAFETY, which has craftily incorporated environmental issues under the umbrella of work-place safety.

Please Google "Behaviour Change" associated with your country. (here are just a few random samples of how deep the rabbit hole goes)

Defining Performance based instruction: Learning has not taken place until behavior has changed”

Motivating Behaviour Change In New Zealand

implementing a successful behaviour change strategy

change behaviour

changing youth behaviour

change my behaviour

The long term goal is to promote lasting behaviour change

encourage behaviour change

societal behavioural change.

behaviour change won

behaviour change

paradigm shift needs to occur to enable behaviour change

produce changes to behaviour

Behaviour Change Programmes

behaviour change jobs in NZ

government as a way to change behaviours


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The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman

The Elite's Plan for Global Extermination Exposed by Dr. Webster Tarpley 1/4

The Elite's Plan for Global Extermination Exposed by Dr. Webster Tarpley 2/4

The Elite's Plan for Global Extermination Exposed by Dr. Webster Tarpley 3/4

The Elite's Plan for Global Extermination Exposed by Dr. Webster Tarpley 4/4

World planners, have an ambition to reduce the population so that it would leave a kind of paradise for those remaining. The efforts of the labour of those removed would fall to those who remain. Each state nation would therefore have its own cities, its own resources in plentiful supply. Some folk would inherit the Earth and all its resources.

Eradicating poverty simply means eradicating people.

AID’s is the US arm of charity and AID’s is a depopulation strategy.
A global AIDS movement emerged – “Healthcare for All”

Declassified Memorandum
April 24, 1974 National Security Study Memorandum 200
TO: The Secretary of Defense
The Secretary of Agriculture
The Director of Central Intelligence
The Deputy Secretary of State
Administrator, Agency for International Development
SUBJECT: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests
The President has directed a study of the impact of world population
growth on U.S. security and overseas interests. The study should look
forward at least until the year 2000, and use several alternative
reasonable projections of population growth.
In terms of each projection, the study should assess:
– the corresponding pace of development, especially in poorer
– the demand for US exports, especially of food, and the trade
problems the US may face arising from competition for re-
sources; and
– the likelihood that population growth or imbalances will
produce disruptive foreign policies and international
The study should focus on the international political and economic
implications of population growth rather than its ecological, socio-
logical or other aspects.
The study would then offer possible courses of action for the United
States in dealing with population matters abroad, particularly in
developing countries, with special attention to these questions:
– What, if any, new initiatives by the United States are needed
to focus international attention on the population problem?
– Can technological innovations or development reduce
growth or ameliorate its effects?
– Could the United States improve its assistance in the population
field and if so, in what form and through which agencies –
bilateral, multilateral, private?
The President has directed that the study be accomplished by the
NSC Under Secretaries Committee. The Chairman, Under Secretaries
Committee, is requested to forward the study together with the
Committee’s action recommendations no later than May 29,
1974 for consideration by the President.
cc: Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
NSSM 200:
December 10, 1974

….use the authority provided by the World Population Plan of Action

Famine, pestilence, war, or birth control will stop population growth far short of this figure.

short of Draconian measures there is no possibility that any LDC can stabilize its population at less than double its present size

“there are 13 countries where we currently judge the problem and risks to be the most serious. They are: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia

In North Africa, Egypt’s population of 33 million in 1970 is projected to double by 2000. The large and increasing size of Egypt’s population is, and will remain for many years, an important consideration in the formulation of many foreign and domestic policies not only of Egypt but also of neighbouring countries.

Western South Asia, demographically dominated by Turkey and seven oil-rich states (including Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Kuwait) is projected to be one of the fastest growing LDC regions, with an annual average growth rate of 2.9 percent between 1970 and 2000. Part of this growth will be due to immigration, as for example, into Kuwait.

Latin America. Rapid population growth is projected for tropical South American which includes Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia

Perhaps the most significant population trend from the viewpoint of the United States is the prospect that Mexico’s population will increase from 50 million in 1970 to over 130 million by the year 2000. Even under most optimistic conditions, in which the country’s average fertility falls to replacement level by 2000, Mexico’s population is likely to exceed 100 million by the end of this century.

Women being forced into the work force in order to stop them from breeding

”how much does it cost to educate a girl to the point where her fertility will be reduced”

employment outside the home offers an alternative to early marriage and childbearing, and an incentive to have fewer children after marriage. The woman who must stay home to take care of her children must forego the income she could earn outside the home. Research indicates that female wage employment outside the home is related to fertility reduction.

Why are charities so concerned with infant mortality?
“High infant and child mortality rates, evident in many developing countries, lead parents to be concerned about the number of their children who are likely to survive. Parents may overcompensate for possible child losses by having additional children

Indoctrination “Concentration on Education and Indoctrination of The Rising Generation of Children Regarding the Desirability of Smaller Family Size”

C. Utilization of Mass Media and Satellite Communications Systems for Family Planning
1. Utilization of Mass Media for Dissemination of Family Planning Services and Information
2. Use of U.S. broadcast satellites for dissemination of family planning and health information to key LDC countries

One new supporting technology which has been under development is the broadcast satellite. NASA and Fairchild have now developed an ATS (Applied Technology Satellite), now in orbit, which has the capability of beaming educational television programs to isolated areas via small inexpensive community receivers.

our aim should be for the world to achieve a replacement level of fertility, (a two-child family on the average), by about the year 2000……. Once this level is attained, it is possible that fertility will continue to decline below replacement level
Bill Gates – Reducing population through vaccines

Some of the countries in the high priority group cited above (e.g. Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand) –
Akha Vaccinations and Miscarriages
Forced vaccinations
"Non Voluntary Vaccinations of Akha Women. Possibility of link to In-utero deaths among Akha women which are frequent in this region. This vaccination given twice to three times during pregnancy. Akha women in Thailand say that if they object they are told that they will not be given identity papers for their child when born."

Employment and Dependence Created in India

USAID - More Autonomy _Hoping To 'Think For Itself', National Journal, June 3: The head of the U.S. Agency for International Development announced that his group will begin seeking a greater voice for humanitarian aid with the launch of a new policy arm. In a speech at the InterAction Forum in Washington, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah announced the creation of the agency's own "bureau of policy, planning and learning" as it attempts to "move towards five or even 10‐year country strategies." The official announcement of the bureau by USAID had not been made as of press time, and USAID officials would not go on record.‐hoping‐to.php

UN Dept of Economic & Social Affairs POPULATION Division

Summary: 2010 Supplemental Appropriations Act, U.S. House Committee on Appropriations, May 26
Emergency Food Assistance: $50 million for The Emergency Food Assistance Program for food purchases to
distribute through local emergency food providers.‐

“Global Food Security and School Feeding: Establishing a Policy Framework for
School Feeding,” Remarks by Marshall Matz to the Global Child Nutrition Foundation, June 2

Sustainable Food Systems – Food for All Forever
Date: June 29th, 2010
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
The right technological solutions combined with the right policy directions for the future can effectively contribute to a sustainable and equitable global food system. A new global food system should assure that everybody has access to sufficient food and that poverty should be reduced significantly without doing damage to the natural environment.


National Geographic – When Humans Disappear
The World Without Humans – This new world is filled with opportunities

History Channel – Life After People
David Rockefeller speaks about population control.
"For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as internationalists and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it." – David Rockefeller

Georgia Guide stones

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Establish a world solidarity fund to eradicate poverty

Develop national programmes for sustainable development

Promote women’s equal access to and full participation

Ensure that children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling

Provide access to agricultural resources for people living in poverty, especially women and indigenous communities, and promote, as appropriate land tenure arrangements


At the same time the population growth rate has been declining during the past several decades,
dropping from around 1.65% per year in the early 1990s to 1.2% per year in the late 2000s. This
represents a 27% decline in the growth rate between 1992 and 2010. There is a strong correlation
between a country’s economic state and its growth rate: developing countries tend to have a 2-3
times higher growth rate than developed countries.
This overall, global “decrease in the increase” means that the world’s population and its population
growth rate are increasing more slowly, and could eventually stabilise around 10 thousand million
people in 2100 (UN 2011).

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