Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Agenda 21 consolidating international "human resources"



by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...



the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.

"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"

In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)

I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

Agenda 21, the Green Movement, and "Human Resources"

by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...

the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.



"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-J1kOqiQsg



In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)



I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

Agenda 21 consolidating international "human resources"



by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...



the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.

"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"

In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)

I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

Agenda 21, the Green Movement, and "Human Resources"

by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...

the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.



"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-J1kOqiQsg



In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)



I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

Agenda 21 consolidating international "human resources"



by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...



the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.

"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"

In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)

I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

Agenda 21, the Green Movement, and "Human Resources"

by: Aaron Franz
TransAlchemy.com

The following article is an email that I sent to a friend who asked for my opinion on Agenda 21. By default, there is absolutely no privacy on the internet, so I figured instead of simply sending this off to my friend, I would share it here. Everything we write on the internet goes off to that great database in the "sky" anyway. By law, our emails MUST BE given over to federal authority by internet service providers. Don't ever forget that.

As for Agenda 21...

the actual report will not overtly mention the Rothschild family, nor will any other such official document. However, this does not mean that they have nothing to do with this. Their story is long and involved, but to sum it up they literally own half the world. The money for this worldwide system of commerce has to come from somewhere. Who has the authority to make it? International banks literally have private owners and investors who run the entire operation for profit, but this a one giant tangent.



"the promise and vision" of the U.N.'s "founders" (George H.W. Bush quote) has everything to do with ultimate unification. Uniting Nations is simply a large business consolidation, an act of pure practicality. So who is running this business? Who is the CEO, and even more important who owns commanding interest in terms of "stock?" What are the connotations of the word "stock" itself, and what "energy source" actually fuels world commerce? It is human beings. Human resources have to be intelligently utilized if you want to reap "big profits"



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-J1kOqiQsg



In the U.N. Agenda for the 21'st Century a good number of important human resource allocation techniques are outlined. This is indeed an agenda. That point has to be remembered. It is a business plan. Basically, the idea is to use the justification of "sustainable development" to convince people to alter their lifestyles. More than this, the document lays out the plan to establish "smart growth areas," which are simply urban areas. Within these cities growth is to be encouraged, while in the outlying areas people are to be slowly phased out and moved to the city. Eventually, in the name of conservation, we are all to be living in cities, and the land is to be restored to its natural beauty. The long and short of it is we are to be slowly corraled into the big cities.

I know that the document calls for the creation of local groups that can help with their project of "sustainability." In this way it would appear as though the entire "green" movement is grassroots, when in fact it is an international operation. The U.N. itself is an incredibly interesting thing. It was built and maintained with huge amounts of American tax dollars, just as all other international business deals have. The many wars that we have funded are part of the world unification project. They are meant to "bring democracy to the world," which really means that they are standardizing world business operations. All the while "culture" is being standardized through mass media (Hollywood movies etc.)



I haven't actually read Agenda 21, although i do have it on hand for whenever i feel like printing it out and going through its hundreds of pages. I'm depraved enough to actually do it, just haven't done so yet. Because of this, I only know bits and pieces. The best way to really understand it would be to read the whole thing, and compare it to the analysis of those who criticize it on the internet.

With all of the information that I have gathered, I personally see the U.N. as the smiling face that disguises a dark personality. It uses a lot of peace and love style propaganda to get people on board with something that they don't fully understand. I know from reading the 1947 document "UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy" that they want to bring "education, science, and culture" to the world. The goal is to unify minds first, so that an "intelligent" new system can be built. Eugenics is discussed at length in that document, as it is a part of the education system they want to institute globally. A "scientific world humanism" is the new unifying creed they wish to create. The ramifications of this are huge.

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A) Is your universe real?

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