Analysis of United Nations Agenda 21 – Part 6 (in progress, to be updated)
The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it. Power is what all messiahs really seek: not the chance to serve.
—Minority Report: H.L. Mencken’s Notebooks (1956)
Biotechnology and other topics
The statements in Agenda 21 on biotechnology–which is not a very “green” concept at all–are of major interest, so this is one of the themes covered by this post.
biotechnology: 65 instances
biotechnologies: 17 instances
biotechnological: 2 instances
The title of Chapter 5 is DEMOGRAPHIC DYNAMICS AND SUSTAINABILITY.
Regarding population, see, for example:
5.17. Full integration of population concerns into national planning, policy and decision-making processes should continue. Population policies and programmes should be considered, with full recognition of women’s rights.
Is it “national planning” by a democratically elected government (in theory) or global technocratic planning by a private, corporate, unelected group? It’s really the latter, but either way, it requires interfering in private, family life. Moreover, the reality is that health and happiness and having a future depends on the continuation of families and children.
A policy that pushes us into dying out is just fundamentally suspect and I think it has taken generations of conditioning for us to accept a genocidal program sold to us with the message that there “too many of us” and that we should have smaller families.
Governments have systematically funded sterilization procedures and abortion. And some countries like Canada have more recently adopted euthanasia–“M.A.I.D.”–after decades of focus on health care system shortcomings! What about all the cancer? What about all the infertility? In retrospect, can’t we see what the priority is?
As per Merriam-Webster https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/demography, “demography” is defined as:
the statistical study of human populations especially with reference to size and density …, distribution, and vital statistics
According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demography:
Demography … is the statistical study of populations, especially human beings.
Demographic analysis examines and measures the dimensions and dynamics of populations; it can cover whole societies or groups defined by criteria such as education, nationality, religion, and ethnicity….
Demography is the statistical and mathematical study of the size, composition, and spatial distribution of human populations and how these features change over time. Data are obtained from a census of the population and from registries: records of events like birth, deaths, migrations, marriages, divorces, diseases, and employment. …
I believe that depopulation or interference with reproductive abilities is a big part of the intent of Agenda 21 and sustainable development, and that includes the climate change message and resulting carbon tax policies. It seems that there is a lot of resistance to the promotion of abortion and other policies relating to population despite the years of propaganda, even more so back in 1992.
The propaganda attacks on resistance to it have been elevated gradually since then (link). However, mass sterilization programs in various nations have been documented (links)–often by the media–in the 1970s and the 1990s, and these have been going on in the 2000s also. These are definitely more covert in nature, usually violating informed consent in one way or another, and mass awareness of such programs would still cause outrage. It hasn’t been a piece of cake to force this agenda on the whole world, but they do have a willing elite in many countries. It has required constant culturally destructive propaganda of every kind to have affected our mindsets and the way we live–decades of it (link to new order of the barbarians). But since the illegally coerced introduction of the COVID-19 injections, things have ramped up in a huge way (link naomi wolf’s speech at Hillsdale).
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