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Anatomy of a Con Job i.e. “sustainability”


By AL Whitney © copyround 2017
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As an environmentalist, I actively promoted the sustainability movement for many years. I even tried to convince my daughters NOT to have children. Thank God, they didn’t listen to me, for I now have four fabulous grandchildren.

In 2006 I helped found a local group that was part of the Post Carbon Institute’s Relocalization Network. I worked closely with academics that were taught – and still believe – that petroleum comes from fossilized matter. As these academics were the self-proclaimed ‘experts’, I did not think it necessary to investigate their claims.

However, when President George Bush, Jr began mandating the production of massive amounts of corn ethanol – and the environmental non-profits did little or nothing to expose and oppose this unsustainable water polluting and soil-depleting catastrophe – I started investigating the whole “sustainability” movement and the flawed policies that were being advanced in its name.

Data is easy to fabricate and manipulate, as John Truman Wolfe exposes. When it comes to oil, according to Matt Simmons (former President of the world’s largest energy investment company and author of Twilight in the Desert), discovery and production figures are controlled by private corporations. And, NASA’s data regarding global warming has been exposed as flawed many times. In fact, both the peak oil and CO2 global warming theories contain multiple false assumptions/myths. See: The Energy Myths – Peak Oil and Global Warming

Can anyone actually verify the number of humans now living on planet Earth? Are there really 7.5 billion? Does anyone trust the figures of the United Nations – that is a corporation owned and controlled by the World Bank and other globalist entities who are determined to replace the human population with automation and robots?

Many researchers and authors have worked diligently to expose the scams that John Truman Wolfe’s Anatomy of a Con Job targets so well. These include: author F. William Engdahl; geologists J. F. Kenny and Chris Landau; former oil executive Ian Crane; Col Fletcher Prouty (9 years service for the Pentagon); and ecologist Peter Taylor. But, none of them have the understanding of the banking industry and the financial “wizards behind the curtain” that Mr. Wolfe possesses.

For all who care about our planet and the amazing life forms that call planet Earth home, Anatomy of a Con Job is a must read. It is an accurate, easy to understand, and even entertaining look at the “sustainability” movement, the money behind it, and the path of destruction it is now on.

pdf of Anatomy of a Con Job by John Truman Wolfe

The Best Video on Sustainable Development EVER MADE!


by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2012
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As with everything, the devil always seems to be in the details. The information John shares with his audience is likely to directly impact a lot of folks who consider themselves part of the environmental movement. He is not  a liberal nor is he a conservative. He is just a guy who has done some good research and is sharing what he has learned about the seldom discussed pitfalls of Sustainable Development, etc. Remaining ignorant of these details would not be wise for our future and the future of our families. The changes they are implementing regarding education and our children – once understood – will be shocking and unacceptable to most educated parents! I am already seeing evidence of these changes with my grandchildren.

Here is John Anthony’s closing remarks that I support completely. They are simple and wise.

Our local communities are in peril because a small group seeks to convince us that unless we surrender our property and freedoms; unless we subsume our individual right to [‘their version of’] the good of the community, the planet will not survive.

Yet, this is a false choice. As communities, we can pull together to create our own plans to improve the environment without the control of an international group and the seductive lure of easy federal grants [with many strings attached].

Working together we can save our environment and keep our rights and freedoms. That is the real choice.

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The United Nations gives lip service to planetary ‘sustainability’

UN panel aims for a ‘future worth choosing’

Jan 30, 2012
Richard Black, BBC News


Growing inequality, environmental decline and “teetering” economies mean the world must change the way it does business, a UN report concludes.

Health and education must improve, it says. Subsidies on fossil fuels should end, and governments must look beyond the standard economic indicator of GDP.

The High-Level Panel on Global Sustainability was established in 2010 by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

Its report will feed into discussions leading to the Rio+20 summit in June.

It is being launched in Addis Ababa by its two co-chairs, Finnish President Tarja Halonen and her South African counterpart Jacob Zuma.

“With the possibility of the world slipping further into recession, policymakers are hungry for ideas that can help them to navigate these difficult times,” said Mr Zuma.

“Our report makes clear that sustainable development is more important than ever given the multiple crises now enveloping the world.”

Subsidies that damage environmental integrity would be phased out by 2020. The UN estimates that governments spend more than $400bn each year subsidising fossil fuels, while OECD countries alone spend nearly the same amount on agricultural subsidies.

In parallel, access to energy, clean water, sanitation and food would be increased, meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and going beyond them.

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When you hear folks talking about ‘global’ problems and ‘global’ solutions the devil is always in the details. Here are a few facts to consider after reading the above article:

  • We do not elect anyone who works for the United Nations, nor can we have them removed from their positions should we discover they are corrupt or that they do not represent people but really represent global corporations!
  • The United Nations was established by the globalists Rockefeller  and Rothschilds (oil and banking cartels)
  • The idea of ‘partnerships’ between living people and corporations  is just a tactic of The Corporation’s ‘perception managers’.  (Public Relations people are nothing more than propagandists and truly are the scum of the earth! They distort truth and tell lies (spin) to the public for a living! They are without conscience.)
  • In all cases, corporations need to be subservient to humans NOT partners with – as corporations are merely dead legal fiction profit-generating machines!
  • The United Nation’s Millienium Development Goals   partners represent global corporate interests – not people. Just look at the partners listed: World Bank, World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund. These are the same entities that John Perkins explained in his book Confessions of an Economic Hitman which describes the ongoing construction of the corporatocracy.

The people of the planet do have a common threat to us and our children’s future that the United Nations will NEVER mention, that is the growing global corporatocracy.

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Carbon Dioxide is good . . . plants need it!


Part of the Exposing Faux Science series

Scientist: Carbon Dioxide Doesn’t Cause Global Warming

October 7, 2009
By Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers, US News POLITICS

A noted geologist who coauthored the New York Times bestseller Sugar Busters has turned his attention to convincing Congress that carbon dioxide emissions are good for the Earth and don’t cause global warming. Leighton Steward is on Capitol Hill this week armed with studies and his book Fire, Ice and Paradise in a bid to show senators working on the energy bill that the carbon dioxide cap-and-trade scheme could actually hurt the environment by reducing CO2 levels.

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Planned Obsolescence


Here is more evidence of the corporate – not customer – role in the waste of resources and the creation of pollution. To lay the blame at the feet of humanity, corporate perception managers changed the term “customer” to “consumer”.  They also like to blame overpopulation, when in actuality the “growth” paradigm is a critical part of our Federal Reserve created fiat money system. See: Money as Debt

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