The new Unsustainability Agenda coming to you in September

There’s a most ungentlemanly and unChristian reaction to to these people – they are utter p****s.


Unless you view this through Christian-filtered glasses, it hardly makes sense, certainly not for the average watcher.  Just why do these people wish to visit misery and penury on the world’s population?  Why do they wish to wreck the economies of Africa, such as they are and ensure the mass exodus of blacks to Europe, under the guise of humanitarian aid?

Why does Monsanto buy up the seeds and get governments to ban all but their non-renewable hybrids.  Reader Ivan points out that grafting and the like has been going on since horticulturalists began.

Yes but not to the extent of cornering a market and redoing the Joseph motif – you know, huge silos in remote locations from which the PPP metes out the daily ration. Ditto with water and the huge dams at the head of the Tigris and Euphrates at this time [posts passim].

Plus governments colluding by banning competition or free enterprise.

And if one pauses and looks at embittered old men such as Benjamin, Marcuse, Horkheimer, Alinsky, the obvious question is why?

The problem was, that as long as the individual had the belief—or even the hope of the belief—that his or her divine spark of reason could solve the problems facing society, then that society would never reach the state of hopelessness and alienation which Lukacs recognized as the necessary prerequisite for socialist revolution.


The task of the Frankfurt School, then, was first, to undermine the Judeo-Christian legacy through an “abolition of culture” (Aufhebung der Kultur in Lukacs’ German); and, second, to determine new cultural forms which would increase the alienation of the population, thus creating a “new barbarism.”


Gross, a long-time cocaine addict, had died in a Berlin gutter in 1920, while on his way to help the revolution in Budapest; he had developed the theory that mental health could only be achieved through the revival of the ancient cult of Astarte, which would sweep away monotheism and the “bourgeois family.”

You’ll notice the intrusion there of another religion, an ancient mystery religion and most people now are aware who the guardians are of that in their temples of the Scottish and other Rites. It gives the lie to this being the new scientific age.  Science?  IPCC and the hockey stick?  Royal Society?  ROTFL.

If you’re in London, you might like to pop along and visit these people in their wild natural habitat called Chatham House.  You might like to wander about the environs of Dolphin Square.

And so, eventually in this post, Ian Parker-Joseph [] brings us the news:

The UN plans to launch a brand new plan for managing the entire globe at the Sustainable Development Summit that it will be hosting from September 25th to September 27th.  Some of the biggest names on the planet, including Pope Francis, will be speaking at this summit. 

This new sustainable agenda focuses on climate change of course, but it also specifically addresses topics such as economics, agriculture, education and gender equality. 

For those wishing to expand the scope of “global governance”, sustainable development is the perfect umbrella because just about all human activity affects the environment in some way.  The phrase “for the good of the planet” can be used as an excuse to micromanage virtually every aspect of our lives.

What the hell is wrong with the brains of these people?  Or a better question is this – is it sheer greed, a total, unquestioning buying of and obedience to the Narrative or is it, as a Christian would say, that this organization, the UN, is directly working for the other side?

The United Nations is now in the process of defining Sustainable Development Goals as part a new sustainable development agenda that must finish the job and leave no one behind. This agenda, to be launched at the Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015, is currently being discussed at the UN General Assembly, where Member States and civil society are making contributions to the agenda.

Y-e-e-e-s-s-s, haven’t we heard some other bozo say, in the past few days, that he wants to “finish the job he’d started”? And millions around Britain happily gave him the mandate to do it.

So, apart from 3.8 million, most voters saw the choice as either the blues choking us to death in austerity and forcing millions onto the streets or the other lot, the reds, championed by Charlotte Church who would wreck the economy within two years, blowing out the debt to unimaginable proportions and the welfare system collapsing in a heap.

The real choice for 3.8 million people and the beginnings of a way out was, of course ignored by the low information voters.

Was it Mencken who observed that we get the government we deserve?

So it’s increasingly apparent that we are up against some pretty fanatical people but quietly fanatical, in their suits and clubs and with a telephone at hand.  Occasionally they come out into the open in guff-fests such as this sustainability lark.

How can we, the ordinary people, counter this?  The eternal question.

UPDATE: Ho ho ho, as if on cue:

David Cameron is to set out a string of new powers to tackle radicalisation, saying the UK has been a “passively tolerant society” for too long.

No stopping the boy now. And which demographic will get this in the neck? The Muslims who control Britain and create Rotherhams among other things? Not a bit of it. Watch out Breitbart and the other radical press.