By Alan Mercer
Local government representatives from around the world are invited to share their professional local sustainable development knowledge by completing the Implementing Agenda 21 online survey, hosted by ICLEI Canada.
One of the project studies is called Community Collaboration for Sustainability: Incentive and Disincentives for Partner Organization Engagement in Collaborative Community Sustainability Strategies
The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) is an independent, non-partisan think tank focused on international governance.
World “leadership”. Bridging knowledge and “power”.
“We” confront these “global” problems “together”. There’s a lot of sharing going on.
Paul Martin is one of the presenters in the above video.
Funded by the Government of Canada, Government of Ontario, major foundations, and corporations, etc. The list includes Power Corporation and the Rockefeller Foundation, for example.
This is what I mean by “globalist” in case you don’t believe me. It’s not a “theory”. Here are the simple facts. These governments and corporations are all globalist, and they’re still very busy phasing in Agenda 21 and phasing out national sovereignty. Part of the strategy is through influencing local municipal governments through “partnership” “sustainability” strategies.
Didn’t you hear? It’s the “right direction” for the future. You don’t even need to agree. Someone’s already made up your mind for you. And they’re working on more ways to “overcome” “resistance to change”.