It has been a long time coming, this demise of our freedom. We have lived a fantasy based upon liberty, freedom, American dreams, and a document called the Constitution of the United States of America. We are a people who believed in God, integrity, honest government, an honest day’s work, and we believed in the foundation of family.
We were led to believe that we had rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, because we were loyal to and grateful for the efforts of our forefathers who wanted religious freedom and the right to live by their labors and conscience. We thought we created and lived in a country that stood as a beacon to all enslaved people in the world that said, “...give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” But in our delusion, which began more than 100 years ago, we left the back door of our government halls wide open. And into our lives walked global banks and global creditors. Now, they control our nation and our future.
Global governance is an old goal, an old effort, and many generations have been active in its pursuit. It is the dream of the world’s wealthiest people, who are bankers. It’s an old money game. What we did not expect, and what we did not prepare for, was just how powerful old money is and to what extremes it would go to accomplish global control. And as each day passes, I understand the sheer magnitude of what has now become a cliché, “The love of money is the root of all evil.” For, in fact, we now live with the truth of God’s cliché, and we must now ask ourselves how it is that an entire nation of people ignored, and continue to ignore to this day, what they claimed to value so dearly – America.
Sustainability is the death of freedom. How can I say it more clearly? How can anyone reach the world’s people and say to them that the sustainable, global movement is the end of all human endeavors? The end of success, the end of brilliance, the end of religion, the end of humanity, morality, compassion, and the absolute end of any hope for freedom.
Sustainable conservation, and all it entails, is not about ecology or nature. It is not about ending poverty or creating equality. It is not about fairness or pollution or equal distribution or health. Sustainable conservation is about power, control, and money. Sustainable conservation is about loyalty to a financial apparatus that was invented by banks and old money. Corporations are the backbone of all sustainability efforts – globally. Corporations fund sustainability enterprises via donations and resulting tax write-offs. Sustainability is about a form of government that sees human beings as lowly paid employees who are allowed to function if, and only if, they serve the profits of the corporations. That is why NGOs have taken over America and the rest of the world. They know that if they don’t play sustainability ball, they will fail to earn livings. That is why there are literally hundreds of thousands of NGOs globally, because the NGO network is the friends, relatives, and known business associates of the corporate world, and they all know that their financial future is based upon corporate and global governance.
The sustainability government, or corporate governance, prepared for global conflict and global resistance. They created a diversion called ecological crisis. That global crisis ushered into place the NGO/stakeholding structures, which now, town by town, city by city, wilderness by wilderness, dissolve the power of voting on local issues. And as local voting powers are dissolved, new territorial lines are drawn based upon the locations of and the employment needs of corporations. And as people lose control of their local governments, and as local governments cease to exist, NGO rules and regulations become law that then answers to state legislation and state politicians whose campaigns are funded by corporations. And as we all now know, the states are complicit players with the environmental/conservation/sustainability groups, which are beholding to the U.N. Agenda 21 mandates – the birthplace of sustainable conservation.
Resistance becomes very difficult when the taking of voting rights and private property are co-joined enterprises. We actually get side tracked by the state-by-state theft of private property. And though fight we must for our land, the bigger corporate picture and the larger plan takes shape.
At the exact same time that property and voting rights are dissolved, legislation like the Patriot Act, compulsory mental health testing; RFID technology, controlled fresh water legislation, road removal, manufactured super-viruses, national security, open borders, social re-engineering of children and federal government take-over of public schools and curriculum, deed-restricted housing, COPS (Community-Oriented Policing Services), Live-Work Units, the anti-religion movement, co-housing or intentional housing development, and many other facts of globalization enter America, and all other nations, in a mad rush. And it was and is all over-whelming and confusing, and that, too, was counted on and planned.
Resistance is expected, anticipated, and that is why the RFID technology, and all its applications, are also here and awaiting legislation, which will most assuredly be hidden legislation and decreed by executive order. And the legislation will work in efforts to paralyze resistance with full spying capability of all people, with limited travel laws including limiting the right to drive, and the most effective paralysis tool will continue to be the current indebtedness of American people. Debt will, indeed, cripple our populous and enslave us to corporations. Most Americans live enslaved to this system now.
Sustainability is the cover story of corporate global governance. The end of private property and voting rights, replaced by corporate ownership of land and consensus governance, which reports to corporate funders, who report to the World Bank and its creators, is the world’s future. All will suffer, but American people, who are guilty of apathy, naivety, complacency, and equally partnering and stakeholding to save themselves rather than their nation, freedom, and free will, will suffer the most. We have the most to lose, as we now know.
100 years, if our great-grandchildren are still here, they will be
living under Fascist governance, and they will have been denied the
knowledge of America and her founding, denied the knowledge of the
Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and they will wonder about the
death of half or more of the human population. They will be people
who are servants to bankers and corporate elites. They will own nothing.
They will have nothing but assigned jobs. Their lives will be stifled
as chipped and controlled people. Their lives will be sustainable
nightmares though, sadly, they may never know of the concept of human
freedom and the pursuit of happiness. Only God knows what their lives
and the world might truly be like by then, but today, and no matter
which way you look at it, the love of money is the root of this evil,
and unconscionable evil is what it is. It cannot be disguised in a
business suit, with smiling bleached teeth, or with a paycheck. Denial
is hardly an option anymore.
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Nancy Levant is a life-long writer, a believer of God, country, Constitutional and individual rights. She resides in rural Southwestern Ohio. She has worked professionally with children since 1974 and is an ardent supporter of home schooling.
Nancy Levant has done radio and television interviews, has been a guest speaker in many venues including college campuses, schools, Indian reservations, human service organizations, and has been the president of a youth sports organization.
Ms. Levant just completed her new book "The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female." to be released May 2006. Equally, she is a writer for freedom and land rights issues and opposes the United Nation's Agenda 21 implementation in America.