The UN Global Compact for Migration aims to “leverage” migration in order to achieve “all Sustainable Development Goals”
Canada has foolishly, irresponsibly signed the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (which James Delingpole calls “the UN’s sinister blueprint for migration hell”).
The UN claims that
This Global Compact is the product of an unprecedented review of evidence and data gathered during an open, transparent and inclusive process … (Section 10)
However, the draconian “migration hell” agreement has not been debated or voted on in Canada’s Parliament, PM Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government did not inform Canadians, Canada’s taxpayer-funded state broadcaster the CBC has not enlightened its audience, and most of the mainstream media have remained deaf, dumb, and blind about it.
The UN Global Compact references “sustainable development” 22 times, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, 13 times. The UN Global Compact’s plans for nightmarish unfettered, aggressive, free-for-all migration are paired with mandates to meet the UN’s dictatorial “sustainable development” goals.
“Sustainable development” is nothing more than a brazen power grab, the UN’s excuse for a bid for supranational unelected, unaccountable global governance, coerced wealth redistribution, deindustrialization, and the abrogation of national sovereignty, individual freedoms, and democratic rights.
The UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development grew out of the 1992 UN Agenda 21 “programme of action” for sustainable development. The UN created an imaginary planetary climate emergency, supposedly caused by plant food carbon dioxide driving fictitious manmade climate change, which can only be “fought” by UN fiat, diktat, and command-and-control over everyone and everything. The UN decrees that “Sustainable Development” must be at the core of and govern every single human endeavour, including migration.
Thus, the following UN Global Compact directives (emphasis added):
The Global Compact is rooted in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development … Migration contributes to positive development outcomes and to realizing the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development … The Global Compact aims to leverage the potential of migration for the achievement of all Sustainable Development Goals…” (Section 15)
Collect, analyse and use data … with a view to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and related strategies and programmes at the local, national, regional and global levels.” (Section 17)
… develop research, studies and surveys on the interrelationship between migration and the three dimensions of sustainable development (Section 17)
… commit to ensure timely and full implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Section 18)
Promote the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the Sustainable Development Goals … as well as the Paris Agreement … (Section 18)
Invest in programmes that accelerate States’ fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals (Section 18)
Invest in sustainable development at local and national levels in all regions …. drive sustainable development (Section 18)
We commit … to harness the benefits of migration as a source of sustainable development … (Section 35)
Ensure the full and effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development … by fostering and facilitating the positive effects of migration for the realization of all Sustainable Development Goals. (Section 35)
… commit to … aligning the implementation of this Global Compact with … the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development … (Section 39)
Increase international and regional cooperation to accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. (Section 39)
The UN Global Compact for “safe and orderly” (come one, come all) migration is yet another pernicious, insidious UN scheme to advance and enforce its destructive, sovereignty-robbing policies, regulations, laws, and diktats meant to hobble states and tighten the noose of “sustainable development” around the necks of industry, resources, and people.
At the same time the UN Global Compact gives “migrants” the unprecedented “right” to migrate, and foists them on states without the vote or agreement of their citizens. It gives migrants more special rights and freebies than any hardworking or homeless Canadians have ever received. Migrants to Canada will become persons with special status beyond the reach of mere mortal Canadians, who are left to foot the hefty migration bill.
YouTube commentator AmazingPolly brilliantly puts the special status given to migrants into shocking perspective. She posits that under the UN Global Compact, 225 million migrants will become de facto UN citizens that the UN will use, without doing any of the heavy lifting, to colonize signatory states. As she puts it, migrants become walking, “portable UN jurisdictions.” Wherever they go, they will have the protection and “rights” given to them by UN fiat, and the host signatory country is saddled with providing and paying for them. Every migrant will in effect be planting a UN flag in the nation of his or her choice, says AmazingPolly.
The UN Global Compact IS binding, and legally so
Pundits and politicians have been telling us that what’s in the Global Compact is nothing to worry about, because it’s “non-binding.” Andrew Lawton exposes the lie.
The 34-page “Intergovernmentally Negotiated and Agreed Outcome” claims that it is “non-legally binding.”
“This Global Compact presents a non-legally binding, cooperative framework that builds on the commitments agreed upon by Member States in the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants.“ (Section 7)
3 (3) This Act is to be construed and applied in a manner that (f) complies with international rights instruments to which Canada is signatory.
The Global Compact would appear to be an “international rights instrument” and Canada has signed it and the Act must comply with it.
In fact, the EU has already proclaimed that it is “the legal framework on which the participating countries commit themselves to build new legislation.”
Canada, for one, is currently being governed as if UN agreements such as UN Agenda 21, the UN 2030 Agenda, the UN Paris Agreement, et alia, all of them supposedly “non-binding” agreements, are legally binding. In the case of the so-called “non-binding” Paris climate agreement, the Trudeau government in Canada has been acting on and implementing the “commitments” (for example blocking fossil fuel industry operations and needed pipelines) and developing laws (“carbon” taxation) in order to fulfil the UN diktats contained in it.
Trudeau, an apparent globalist (“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada … the first postnational state“) and admirer of “basic dictatorship,” has stated that Canada should take the lead in implementing the UN Global Compact. In fact, he has already been acting in accordance with it, judging by his open Twitter invitation to all comers and the huge number of immigrants/migrants, supposed asylum-seekers heeding the call and streaming illegally across the border from the USA into Canada.
The intentions of Canada’s leaders were made clear when they signed the UN Global Compact, thereby pledging to
… commit to … ensuring that the words in this document translate into concrete actions for the benefit of millions of people in every region of the world. (Section 14)
… a whole-of-government approach is needed …(Section 15)
The UN Global Compact will criminalize “migration speech”
One of the many truly chilling and Orwellian aspects of the UN Global Compact is that signatories agree to engage in “sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology” in order to “promote independent, objective and quality reporting.”
While supposedly “in full respect for the freedom of the media,” signatories are directed to mete out punishment by withholding public funding if the media haven’t been properly sensitized and educated, and therefore are guilty of committing migration wrong-think.
In other words, the media must become government propaganda machines or suffer the consequences. The EU even went so far as to say that “criticism of migration will become a criminal offense.”
So read, share, and discuss while you still can without risking jail!
Oh, the science-illiterate CBC—Canada’s national broadcaster!
The website of its radio program, The Current, has this caption underneath the photo of a generic scientist:
McGill University’s Joe Schwarcz is doing his best to separate the facts from the myths — relying on a novel technique called the scientific method. (Emphasis added – see above.)
Scientific method a novel technique, CBC?! It’s only been around in its modern form since at least the first half of the 13th century, and its underpinnings go back to Aristotle!
The delicious irony being that this caption is part of a segment that is supposed to be about separating fact from fiction in science reporting and blogging! (The Current‘s guest, Joe Schwarcz, Director of McGill University’s Office for Science & Society, has written a new book that he says is intended to “separate sense from nonsense and to give good, reliable information …”)
A serious problem with the clueless CBC (and, with a few notable exceptions, the majority of the mainstream media) is pretending to be scientifically savvy and journalistically objective when actually woefully uninformed, and biased to boot, especially so when it comes to the hypothesis of manmade climate change.
The fact that the CBC seemingly has zero knowledge about the scientific method explains why it eagerly and ignorantly regurgitates every apocalyptic prediction emanating from the UN/IPCC’s climate computer models that have consistently failed to match real-world evidence and data, and why Canada’s national broadcaster never seems to invite any sceptical scientists or experts to join the discussion.
The Current’s segment highlights the extent of the CBC’s delusion about its journalistic skills and objectivity, and its utter failure to act responsibly in reporting on climate science. In fact, the publicly-funded CBC is one of Canada’s most prominent propaganda organs for promoting the scientifically unproven hypothesis of manmade global warming/manmade climate change and the spectre of a non-existent global climate catastrophe.
The segment starts out reasonably enough. Guest Joe Schwarcz poses the question:
Who is trustworthy? … evaluation of information is paramount … the only way you can do that is by having a solid scientific background, by being aware of the peer-reviewed literature, by being aware of how we in the science community claim to know what we know ….
Later in the segment Joe Schwarcz continues by saying, “We don’t have concrete answers to everything” and “Real scientists don’t make dogmatic remarks.” Then,”real scientist” Joe Schwarcz, Ph.D. in Chemistry, completely contradicts himself and feels free to make a concrete, dogmatic statement about manmade climate change.
Before that, however, Schwarcz opines on journalistic fair balance:
… just because there are diverse opinions on many scientific issues it doesn’t mean that they should carry equal weight . . . but in journalism school, very often the principle is taught that you have to, you know, give attention to both sides of a controversy … write up an article, or do a radio/TV piece, presenting it as if the two sides had equal weight …
At that, Anna Maria Tremonti, host of The Current, seems to want to puff up her journalistic bona fides. She says:
As opposed to dealing with the fact, which is what journalists are also supposed to do … right!
Joe Schwarcz continues:
Exactly! Just because you have differences of opinion doesn’t mean you give them equal weight, because in one case you might have the majority of the scientific community supporting one side, and a few rogue outliers on the other, but very often those rogue outliers are very, very convincing and they speak well because they work at it. Most scientists … are not that interested in kind of describing their work to the public, whereas when you look at the activists … a great deal of effort goes into how they should communicate their information.
Host Anna Maria Tremonti can’t resist that opening:
Well, same with scientists who say that climate change doesn’t exist.
This is an extraordinarily stupid, and grossly irresponsible thing for a CBC host to say! (Also gratuitous—the index in Schwarcz’s new book contains no entry for climate change, or global warming, or environment, or carbon dioxide, or CO2. In other words, he did not discuss the climate debate in his book.) We doubt there is any scientist anywhere, of any stripe, of any ability, who would say that climate change doesn’t exist. In fact, even any non-scientist who has ever heard of the Ice Age will logically conclude that climate changes naturally over time—it always has, and always will. Tremonti made a knee-jerk, flip, uninformed statement, devoid of any serious understanding of the issue at hand, typical of the kind of thoughtless CBC climate debate comment that you can expect to hear (or read) on any of the CBC’s public affairs programs from any of its hosts, at any time of the day or night.
Joe Schwarcz enthusiastically takes the bait of Tremonti’s comment with a “concrete answer” and “dogmatic remark”:
Exactly! And that’s one of the classic examples where articles are written apparently giving equal weight to both sides, and yet, when you speak to scientists who do the work—atmospheric chemists who really are up-to-date on all of the research—they will tell you there is no argument here. Climate change is real, and humans do play a role. (Emphasis added.)
First, it’s not true that the CBC, or the majority of the mainstream media, give “equal weight to both sides” of the climate issue. Most articles or radio/TV pieces are skewed to the alarmist side of the debate. Second, would the climate science “rogue outliers” be someone like real Canadian scientist Dr. Tim Ball, who is “up-to-date on all of the research,” and who does have “a solid scientific background, (is) aware of the peer-reviewed literature, (is) aware of how … the science community claim to know what (they) know”?
In any case, CBC mission accomplished! Once again the scientists and other experts who are sceptical about the hypothesis of manmade climate change have been sufficiently bashed by the CBC host, linking them to “rogue outliers”—or “activists” who worry about how to communicate their information. (Well, yes, when most of the mainstream media completely ignores them they do have to make a concerted effort to alert the public about the willful bias, the lies, the propaganda.)
After discussion of other issues, Anna Maria Tremonti asks:
How much responsibility does the mainstream media have to take for leaping on to, like, a big story and then torquing it or just, like, making it sound like so … so, ah, certain?
Joe Schwarcz answers:
Well, you know, the job of the media is to sell the media, right?
CBC’s Anna Maria Tremonti:
Well, it should be, it should be … but it’s not to sell it. It’s to … um … put out information that we are told by some people is accurate, and they’ve studied it, right? So how do you, you know …
Well, because things that are in the news generate more requests for being in the news. I think it is the job of the media to separate the sense from the nonsense. I think journalists have the task of doing the work but these days, unfortunately, people just want sound bites.
Anna Maria Tremonti changes the subject, and later on asks:
So, why should people trust you and what you are saying rather than the other sources that are out there trying to get attention?
Our allegiance is to the scientific method. The only thing that makes a difference is that whatever decision is arrived at, is arrived at through proper scientific methodology, not through hearsay, not through emotion, and not by listening to the all-knowing they-say-that. So, we go by the evidence and that evidence is furnished, of course, by the peer-reviewed literature. It’s not to suggest the peer-reviewed literature is infallible—it isn’t infallible because humans are humans … The referee has to assume that what was submitted is correct … If someone wants to submit fraudulent data, you can get away with it.
The wolf in sheep’s clothing in Ontario
In Part One we tried to understand why useless and destructive industrial wind turbines continue to be forced on unwilling communities in rural Ontario. The Government of Ontario seems to be in the grip of powerful unelected, unaccountable interests that makes it care little for the democratic process, the welfare of the people or the health of the economy.
We discussed how Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, devised by the United Nations, is a plan to inventory and control everything and everyone on the planet. The rationale for the plan is the phoney prognostication of catastrophic climate change brought about by supposed man-made global warming. The leading promoter of this massive doom-and-gloom scenario is the UN’s IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). As James Delingpole put it in his must-read book Watermelons:
…the ‘evidence’ that has been provided for us by the sources of supposed authority (our political leaders, the media, the scientists…) is so corrupt as to be meaningless.
In 1992, Canada was one of the 179 countries to “surrender their sovereignty”, as Delingpole writes, “by signing up to perhaps the most far-reaching and constrictive code of environmentally correct practice in the history of the world …” He describes Agenda 21/Sustainable Development as “a document right up there in significance with the Declaration of Independence and the Magna Carta (though with exactly the opposite effects).” He explains that Agenda 21 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing:
…it contains no legally binding obligations. But then, it doesn’t need to, for its apparently voluntary codes can be enforced – and are regularly enforced – via a mechanism over which sovereign governments have little control anyway: the vast, labyrinthine, democratically unaccountable behemoth that is the United Nations.
Delingpole explains further:
…the apparently ‘voluntary’ codes are enforced in such a way as to pass unnoticed by those outside the system. Those within the system include politicians…UN technocrats, green activists and environmental NGOs. Those outside the system are people like you and me. We don’t know how Agenda 21 works because we are not meant to know.
Delingpole quotes from a 1998 UN discussion paper that suggests how best to keep us in the dark:
This segment of our society who fear ‘one-world government’…would actively work to defeat any elected official who joined ‘the conspiracy’…So, we call our process something else, such as comprehensive planning, growth management, or smart growth.
So there you have it: an agenda, rationalized by a fake planetary emergency, that easily crosses sovereignty lines, and that is deployed and enforced by an unelected, unaccountable body using “lies, deception and a form of Orwellian Newspeak” to hide its true purpose and actions.
Agenda 21 at the local level: “And there ain’t nothing you can do about it”
In Part One we saw how unelected, unaccountable environmental NGOs played a prominent and proud role in creating Ontario’s undemocratic Green Energy Act in 2009. Their malignant influence has not waned since then. Read Parker Gallant’s exposé of who really sets Ontario’s energy policies.
At the local level, things are no better.
As James Delingpole explains in Watermelons, Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is enforced at the local level in small, seemingly unstoppable increments through ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, “the UN-funded pressure group responsible for promoting Agenda 21”. First, local environmental activists form a lobby group, and urge the local councils to sign up with ICLEI to “become part of ICLEI’s network of local governments working together to advance sustainability“. (See the list of ICLEI Canada members here.)
Delingpole describes what happens next:
ICLEI bestows accolades on the local government…for its efforts at advancing the valuable cause of sustainable government. In turn, the local government entity can then boast about its achievements in publicity handouts, showing voters how sensitive and caring it is. These ratings also make it far more likely that the local council will receive grants and/or other financial inducements from any number of UN or…government-sponsored initiatives. In return…the local council feels honour-bound to promote the ‘sustainability’ agenda it has committed to…
He adds: “And there ain’t nothing you can do about it.”
Freedom Advocates lists some of the consequences:
While some of these policies sound good on the surface, they result in consequences such as: high-density housing scams…open space where access is not allowed; government “partnering” with favored private businesses and non-profit agencies using your tax money…undermining Constitutional administration of government; managed control over your life; mismanagement of public utilities; prohibitions on natural resource management leading to increased fire hazards, lack of water, and private property restrictions; increased taxes, fees, regulations and restrictions.
What’s in a word: sustainability
So, is ICLEI or an ICLEI-based mindset or activity operating in your local community? Even if your town is not a direct member of ICLEI, it is subscribing to ICLEI indirectly by virtue of membership in the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, itself an ICLEI member.
Sustainability is hiding in plain sight everywhere in your community. To see it, all you have to do is conduct an online search for the terms ‘sustainable development’ or ‘sustainability’ on the websites of your local governments, schools, colleges and universities, community centres, non-profit and charitable organizations, foundations and institutes. Chances are you will find countless examples of that word popping up, either in the names of organizations, or committees, curricula, programs, funding, mission statements, planning documents, recommendations and reports, official pledges, policies, bylaws, rules, regulations and other legislation. As Delingpole writes:
You thought ‘sustainability’ meant desirable, manageable life-goals…Sustainable Development sounds like a good thing…but in fact its underlying philosophy has much more to do with taxation, regulation and control.
ICLEI at work in your town
The 2011 recommendation from the Town of Milton’s Director of Planning and Development clearly shows the straight-line connection from the origins of the concept of sustainability (which eventually gave birth to Agenda 21), to the automatic infiltration of the concept into municipal governance, to the required implementation of the concept in order to qualify for funding and incentives (emphasis added):
Town of Milton staff is developing a Sustainability Plan for the Town that will be adopted as an amendment to the Official Plan. This plan will ensure the Town meets the requirements under the Agreement for the Transfer of Federal Gas Tax Revenues and also allows the Town more freedom when applying for funding and incentives.
As Mayor and Council may be aware, the word sustainable, and the associated implications, has become a permanent part of planning within a municipality. The Bruntland Commission coined the most often used definition for the term and states that sustainable development is that which “meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
Sustainability initiatives within municipalities can be found in all areas; from policy creation, to new developments, to redevelopment within a built area, as well as in operations and programs. Creating an overall plan to guide these activities has become an integral part of entrenching sustainability in the corporate municipal culture.
Conditions surrounding the Federal Gas Tax have further provided motivation for plan development. An Agreement for the Transfer of Federal Gas Tax Revenues under the New Deal for Cities and Communities allows municipalities to tailor funding to suit local requirements. Section 8.2 of the Municipal Funding Agreement (MFA) requires that, over the life of the Agreement, municipalities develop or enhance an Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP).
In 2010, The Town of the Blue Mountains published a gorgeous, glossy 126-page book called The Blue Mountains Sustainability Path, wherein the fine print says that its preparation was carried out “with assistance from the Green Municipal Fund, a fund financed by the Government of Canada and administered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities”. The cover, however, proclaims that the book was “created by the people of the Blue Mountains and their friends”. This makes it look as if the voters had full knowledge, input, buy-in, or agreement with the contents of the document. This may not have been exactly the case.
On page 5, the book describes how The Town of the Blue Mountains created its ‘sustainable path’. With funding from the previously mentioned Federation of Canadian Municipalities, it started by having ‘Community Partners’ adopt the same definition of sustainability which spawned Agenda 21, the identical one used by the Town of Milton above. Then the Community Partners formed a Sustainable Path Implementation Steering Committee (ISC) to which they also elected a few members of the public (who must show fealty and “formally declare support for the implementation of The Sustainable Path by signing and submitting an Implementation Declaration”). The terms of reference say the ISC is not a committee of the Town, and that “The Town of the Blue Mountains acts as Stewards of the Plan.” Community collaboration and agreement to the plan are thus rationalized. No municipal voting or referendum on the overall direction or commitments required. It’s likely that most of the communities across Ontario and Canada have employed similar procedures for developing and implementing Agenda 21-inspired “sustainability paths”, guided by ICLEI’s boilerplate solutions and action plans.
ICLEI Canada provides “toolkits” for every conceivable sustainability initiative:
Research has identified a set of tools to promote behavior change: obtaining commitments, using prompts, utilizing social norms, designing effective communications, providing incentives, and removing external barriers. Not all tools need to be utilized in any one campaign, but note that they are most effective when used in combination with each other.
ICLEI’s publication Leadership & Legacy: Handbook for Local Elected Officials on Climate Change is instructive, to say the least. It’s the perfect propaganda and brainwashing document on the subject of (debunked) man-made global warming and catastrophic climate change for the unsuspecting or opportunistic elected official, paid for by your tax money: “This resource was made possible thanks to the generous support of Natural Resources Canada: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division.”
Another 111-page ICLEI document, made possible again “thanks to the generous support of Natural Resources Canada: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division”, i.e. your tax money, is Having the Climate Conversation: Strategies for Local Government. If you believe that the notion of man-made global warming is a hoax, and that there is no catastrophic planetary climate change emergency, and that it has all been concocted for nefarious power-grab reasons, and that the IPCC’s lies and data fakery have spawned a huge and lucrative climate change/carbon trading/alternative energy industry, then this handbook makes for very depressing reading indeed. ICLEI provides every communication trick and rationale known to man to help public officials continue to maintain the fiction. For example, on page 52, we read:
Extreme weather events can provide very effective teachable moments where climate change messages become highly relevant to the experiences of an audience. Whether experienced first- hand or remotely in other areas of the world, these events tend to be vivid and dramatic. They also tend to receive considerable attention in the press, which can be used to spark interest and trigger dialogue. Such events can include floods, heat waves, ice and wind storms, or forest fires. These events make it easier to envision a warmer, wetter, and more extreme world, and to anticipate some of the environmental and economic impacts that such a future would bring. As such, extreme events can be effective catalysts for changing behaviour and initiating a dialogue on the need for more adaptive and resilient communities.
Perhaps the most revealing section starts on page 94, in the section called Communication Challenges, especially Challenge #4-Climate Change Uncertainty, on page 99.
Three main areas of uncertainty exist when making climate change projections: The lack of complete knowledge of how climate works; natural variability in the climate system; and the inability to predict what humans will do in the future that has impacts on the climate.
Despite these admissions, the document nevertheless proceeds to explain the IPCC’s ludicrously contorted “Confidence Terminology” and “Degree of confidence in being correct” and its “Likelihood Terminology” and “Likelihood of the occurrence/outcome”, ratings that are somehow supposed to make IPCC predictions believable. You have to see the charts to understand how absolutely feeble and puerile this stuff is, and yet government and the media routinely and dutifully repeat the IPCC’s fabricated, bogus “Extremely likely” rating it has given to its latest fraudulent claims.
The final “Communication Challenge” is odious in its use of language: “Challenge #5-Dealing with skeptics and deniers.” That would be us, and good luck with that!
It ain’t over ’til it’s over
James Delingpole wrote in Watermelons, “And there ain’t nothing you can do about it” but the State of Alabama, for one, did do something:
Alabama became the first state to adopt a tough law protecting private property and due process by prohibiting any government involvement with or participation in a controversial United Nations scheme known as Agenda 21.
Resistance is not futile. Our American neighbours have some advice on how to fight back. The best one is that knowledge is power. Get informed, and become powerful. But you won’t find out much about any of this from the majority of the mainstream media, who take man-made global warming and catastrophic climate change as a given. Do your own research about Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, ICLEI, the IPCC, “green” legislation, “green” NGOs, Ontario’s Green Energy Act. Monitor your local, provincial and federal governments and follow the money.
The cause of the Ontario Liberal government’s industrial wind turbine madness
Why, against all that is rational, ethical, and in the best interests of the people, is the Ontario Liberal government continuing to impose thousands more of the useless, destructive, dangerous, costly, un-green, landscape-blighting industrial wind turbines on large swaths of rural Ontario? The premiers McGunity/Wynne apparently did not do their homework on the efficacy of their green ambitions, which have proven to be economically, environmentally and socially ruinous. And yet Premier Wynne, successor to resigned-in-disgrace McGuinty, is undeterred, charging full blast into further unmitigated disaster, all the while making platitudinous, clichéd promises: ‘My responsibility is to make sure that going forward, we have a better process in place, and that’s what we’re doing.’ It’s a heartless, bullying process of the cruelest sort when you consider the absolute uselessness of it all. All industrial wind turbine operations and development should be stopped immediately.
Why is the Wynne Liberal government wilfully persisting with this monstrous insanity in the face of a colossal failure of fiduciary care? What kind of special craziness is this? What is really going on here?
The answer is unsettling, to say the least. It may be the case that the Ontario Liberal government is in thrall to an international stealth operation that has nothing to do with green, ‘saving the planet’, or improving the lives of the people of Ontario. Here is how author James Delingpole describes the phenomenon:
…the once-worthy cause of environmentalism has been suborned by the international Left as a proxy issue designed to mask its real agenda: the destruction of the capitalist system; global wealth redistribution; the removal of property rights; a gradual takeover by democratically unaccountable Left-leaning bureaucrats and technocrats belonging to organisations like the United Nations and the European Union. Agenda 21 – born at the Marxist Maurice Strong’s Rio Earth Summit – is a key part of this campaign.
Man-made global warming, given as the ostensible rationale for implementing Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, is proving to be the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind. It is a manufactured global crisis which has corrupted science, scientists, the scientific method, science journals, politicians, governments, most of the establishment media, the once well-intentioned green movement. The majority of the mainstream media, for example, takes it as an absolute given that man-made global warming climate change is a fact. The leading proponent of the global warming fiction is the dishonest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which the Climategate scandal confirmed to have been deliberately falsifying scientific data to build the fake case of man-made global warming. The massive operation to lie to the world was aided and abetted by such people as the propagandist fear-monger, profiteer and opportunistic carbon trader Al Gore, and Canada’s own celebrity eco-hypocrite David Suzuki.
Governments and proponents of harmful and costly actions to combat supposed man-made global warming have openly averred they will remain unswayed by the facts. As Forbes reported earlier this year (In Their Own Words: Climate Alarmists Debunk Their ‘Science’):
In 1988, former Canadian Minister of the Environment, told editors and reporters of the Calgary Herald: “No matter if the science of global warming is all phony…climate change [provides] the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world.”
Even with the latest evidence that does not support a theory of man-made global warming or a positive correlation between rising CO2 levels and temperature, the IPCC does not do the right thing and unequivocally give us the glad tidings. Instead, the IPCC persists in obfuscating the truth and coming up with new fantastical assertions, based on its discredited computer simulations, that the missing warming that didn’t show up in the last ten to 15 years is actually hiding in the deepest nethers of the world’s oceans.
UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, a plan to inventory and control everything and everyone on the planet
So what is the UN Agenda 21, and what does Canadian exiled-in-China Maurice Strong have to do with it? A clue is what Strong, as the then-secretary general of the UN Conference on Environment and Development, said at the opening of the UN’s Rio Earth Summit in 1992:
Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?
The master plan ‘to bring that about’ is the UN’s Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, which is
…a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area.
… 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.
And, further, the UN’s Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a blueprint for global governance.
To understand the full impact of the implementation of Agenda 21, underway now for more than 21 years, and its effect on our sovereignty, our freedoms, our productivity, our property, our lives, read James Delingpole’s book Watermelons, and/or study this explanation. Agenda 21 has already been responsible for untold hardship, land seizures, and starvation in some of the developing regions of the world.
An absolutely brilliant essay describing the crux of the climate science debate, the red-herring sideshows, the deathly silence of the mainstream media about the scientific data, the tactics of the “regulating class” who would rule us using fake man-made global warming as a cudgel, the narrowly-averted coup for sovereignty-ending global dominance, and the importance of the Internet in really saving the planet and helping to disseminate the truth, is Climate Coup-The Politics (How the regulating class is using bogus claims about climate change to entrench and extend their economic privileges and political control) by Dr. David M.W. Evans.
ICLEI (ick-ly), the unelected organization to implement Agenda 21 locally
At the UN’s Rio Earth Summit, a total of 179 nations, including Canada, officially signed Agenda 21. So how does the UN attempt to do this? At the local level, the answer is with ICLEI, an unelected, non-governmental organization (NGO), created at the UN in 1990. ICLEI Canada may be sitting in your backyard in communities across Ontario and the rest of Canada, stealthily directing its suggested ‘sustainable’, ‘smart growth’, ‘high density mixed use development’, ‘green’ policies and programs agreed to by your municipal councils. ICLEI, at first named the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, now called Local Governments for Sustainability, is
… the world’s leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development. We are a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities and urban regions, 450 large cities as well as 450 medium-sized cities and towns in 84 countries.
Ontario municipalities influenced by ICLEI – is it lurking in your backyard?
ICLEI Canada lists 12 Ontario towns, cities and regions as members, including the towns of Aurora, Essex, Halton Hills, Oakville, Blue Mountains, the cities of Greater Sudbury, Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener, Thunder Bay, Toronto, and the Durham Region. With the exception of Aurora, all of these municipalities are also included in the 57 municipalities that are affiliated with ICLEI in another way, namely as part of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities‘ (FCM) Partners for Climate Protection (PCP), which is a partnership between the FCM and ICLEI. Across Canada, over 240 municipalities have joined the FCM/ICLEI PCP program since it began in 1994, and have made a commitment to reduce greenhouse gases and act on climate change. According to the FCM website, the 240 municipalities wedded to the PCP objectives ‘cover all provinces and territories, and account for more than 80% of the Canadian population’.
ICLEI entrenched in your community slowly but surely
Municipalities in Ontario, whether or not they are direct members of ICLEI, or committed to ICLEI via FCM and ICLEI’s PCP program, have had a multi-headed monster of planned ‘sustainability’ foisted on them. As we mentioned, the sustainability dogma has been justified on the basis of the IPCC’s massive hoax of a man-made global warming crisis, and propangandized by the transparent hucksterism of global warm-mongers Al Gore and David Suzuki. The people of Ontario have been saddled with a fake climate change emergency from two directions. One is from the top down, with the imposition of the draconian, democracy-robbing, wind-turbine-proliferating, and financially ruinous Green Energy Act, lobbied for by unelected NGOs like the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association and its Alliance:
To convince the government…The Green Energy Act Alliance brought over European experts on advanced renewable tariffs, and held several events at which high profile environmentalists, such as Dr. David Suzuki, reinforced the call for legislation similar to that in Europe. The Alliance also made numerous recommendations on what the legislation should include, particularly: advanced renewable tariffs, guaranteed access to the grid system and an obligation to purchase the green power produced.
The fake emergency is also insisted on from the bottom up with the low-key, do-good-sounding, multi-channel infiltration of an unelected, international authority, ICLEI, armed with its ‘tool kits’ to colonize its agenda in local governments.
In Watermelons, James Delingpole details the method of infiltration. To begin, local environmental activists with the ICLEI mind-set, ‘spouting the mantra, Think Global, Act Local’, say they want to help. They urge the local council to sign on to the cause of sustainability to combat man-made climate change. On a superficial level, a lot of the ideas sound reasonable, voter-pleasing, progressively ‘green’, and the local councils sign on, in part seduced by the prospect of eligibility for government grants and other financial incentives. Thus local governments are committed to promoting and implementing the ICLEI-suggested agenda, such as ‘smart growth’, ‘high density housing’, restrictions on land use and more.
All of this happens without your vote, probably without your knowledge, and even without the awareness of some of your elected municipal representatives, and most certainly without understanding the full import of this incremental, stealth progression to achieving the Communitarianism aims inherent in the UN’s Agenda 21/Sustainable Development plan.
Part Two will deal with more on ICLEI in your communities.