What Our Politicians Have Done To America, Part 14
As we continue to look at the UN’S Agenda 2030 their goal #11 is the make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. This is nothing but a precursor to a “Hunger Games” type of existence. For years these people have decried the urban sprawl. They say that the earth can’t sustain more population growth. Thinking about just how are they going to make cities and human settlements inclusive and safe? First of all, just what is a “human settlement”? I believe that it will be quite similar to the ghettos that Hitler used in WWII. No one will own a gun except for the people enforcing the government’s agenda. As the Jews were in WWII we will be a class of enslaved, impoverished workers being told where we can work. This will be very helpful for the government to enforce goals 12- 20.
We have to look very closely at the wording of this goal. They call for safe cities. The government, in the eyes of the elite, are the only ones that can guarantee safety. That means no citizen will be allowed to have a gun. This also means that the government will have total control and power over all citizens. Freedoms and liberty will not exist. Our Constitution and Bill of Rights will not exist. Just as the Jews were at the mercy of the Nazi’s in WWII, we will be at the mercy of the UN.
They also call for a “sustainable” city. That means that they will control all housing. Individual housing will not exist. Everybody will live in high-rise apartments with minimal square footage for a ‘more effective use of land’. All urban areas will be off limits even though it will be said that it is owned by ‘The People’. There will be surveillance 24/7 in these densely packed WWII styled ghettos, just as it was then. Everyone will be expected to be obedient to the will of the government. Shades of Orwell’s 1984.
Goal #12 is the ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. Again we see the call for ‘sustainable’. This means that there will be rationing on everything and any ‘overconsumption’ will be heavily taxed. Of course, there will be no reasonable limits set on this consumption. This will include food, fossil fuels, water, clothing, and electricity. There probably be very few automobiles, RV’s will be outlawed and the idea of owning more than one vehicle per family will be discouraged as well as highly taxed. What we will see in America is a life style that mimics a Third World nation whose economy cannot withstand the population in that country.
This will create a society of brownnosers, people who spy on their families and neighbors for possible ‘extra credits’ for food and other items. This is typical in all societies where freedoms are restricted and necessary items to live on, food, housing, electricity and gas, are rationed by the government.
We will not even recognize America at this point. It will better resemble the England the pilgrims fled in the 1600’s. All human activity will be controlled by the government. They will tell you IF you can have a child. They might even go as far as to decided whether you are allowed to marry and WHO you are allowed to marry. Everything will be ‘for the good of all’. Individual wants and desires will be discourage. These concepts will be spread through social media and through that media government will encourage people to ‘rat’ on anyone who does not agree with the ‘system’.
Goal #13 calls for urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. As long as they keep the farce of climate change going, they will continue to push this until it is established. At that time they can control literally everything you do. The elimination of the use of fossil fuels is their main goal. The “Hockey puck” chart that has been talked about for years has been debunked as false. They are saying that we are reaching dangerous levels of CO2 which is an outright lie. Leafy trees absorb CO2 and releases the oxygen that we breath. When higher levels of CO2 occur, they simply produce more oxygen. Australian scientists have solved one piece of the climate puzzle. They have confirmed the long-debated fertilization effect.
Plants build their tissues by using photosynthesis to take carbon from the air around them. So more carbon dioxide should mean more vigorous plant growth – though until now this has been very difficult to prove.
Randall Donohue of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Organization in Canberra, Australia, and his colleagues developed a mathematical model to predict the extent of this carbon dioxide fertilization effect.
Between 1982 and 2010, carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere increased by 14 percent. So, their model suggested, foliage worldwide should have increased by between 5 and 10 percent.
It is one thing to predict an effect, quite another to prove it. Satellite observations can and successfully do measure seasonal changes in vegetation, the growth of deserts, the change from open prairie to savannah, the growth of new trees in the tundra and so on, but it’s very difficult to be sure that these changes have anything to do with carbon dioxide fertilization: changes in temperature and rainfall patterns would also have an impact. Literally thousands of laboratory and field experiments have conclusively demonstrated that enriching the air with carbon dioxide stimulates the growth and development of nearly all plants. They have also revealed that higher-than-normal CO2 concentrations dramatically enhance the efficiency with which plants utilize water, sometimes as much as doubling it in response to a doubling of the air’s CO2 content. These CO2-induced improvements typically lead to the development of more extensive and active root systems, enabling plants to more thoroughly explore larger volumes of soil in search of the things they need. Consequently, even in soils lacking sufficient water and nutrients for good growth at today’s CO2 concentrations, plants exposed to the elevated atmospheric CO2 levels expected in the future generally show remarkable increases in vegetative productivity, which should enable them to successfully colonize low-rainfall areas that are presently too dry to support more than isolated patches of desert vegetation.
Elevated levels of atmospheric CO2 also enable plants to better withstand the growth-retarding effects of various environmental stresses, including soil salinity, air pollution, high and low air temperatures, and air-borne and soil-borne plant pathogens. In fact, atmospheric CO2 enrichment can actually mean the difference between life and death for vegetation growing in extremely stressful circumstances. In light of these facts, it is not surprising that Earth’s natural and managed ecosystems have already benefited immensely from the increase in atmospheric CO2 that has accompanied the progression of the Industrial Revolution; and they will further prosper from future CO2 increases. Perhaps the best known consequence of enriching the air with CO2 is that plant growth and development is enhanced. This is because, at a fundamental level, carbon dioxide is the basis of almost all life on Earth; it is the primary raw material utilized by plants to produce the organic matter out of which they construct their tissues. Consequently, the more CO2 there is in the air, the better plants grow, be they terrestrial or aquatic. Such has been the conclusion of literally hundreds of laboratory and field experiments conducted over the years.
For an approximate doubling of the air’s CO2 content, the wealth of data that has been accumulated over decades of meticulous research has convincingly demonstrated that the growth or productivity of most herbaceous plants rises by about a third, while that of most woody species increases by 50% or more. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that the father of modern research in this area — Dr. Sylvan H. Wittwer — has stated that “it should be considered good fortune that we are living in a world of gradually increasing levels of atmospheric CO2.” 
To think that God didn’t prepare for an the possibility that CO2 would begin to increase and have no remedy is foolishness at best. Science has proven that the Earth was warmer 150 years ago before 85% of the population, 80% of manufacturing facilities and farms raising animals for consumption, 100% of the automobiles and planes, diesel trucks and ships. And we are cooler today than then. You have to scratch your head and wonder where some of these scientists’ heads are at.
What their intent is for ‘combating’ climate change is to punish lifestyle decisions that may exceed the government’s concept of energy use. Force people to use public transportation using our friends at TSA and facial recognition software to monitor how much energy we use. Can you say Minority Report? It is coming. We can slow it down, but it is coming.
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