The road to Rio – EU officially on the bandwagon

The RIO conferences began in 1992, as the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Convened by the original international green loon Maurice Strong, who also co-authored the ‘RIO’ concept as part of the Club of Rome. The latest conference, the 20th, is due next year.  However, his original RIO document was coined as an acronym for ‘Reshaping the International Order’. Was it co-incidental that he organise the first conference in Rio de Janeiro, or a way to bury the real agenda.

  • Unelected supranational governments and institutions – that’s what Rio is about.
  • Control of Food on a global scale – that’s what Rio is about.
  • Control of Money and Finances – that’s what Rio is about.
  • Reshaping Public Opinion on a global scale – that’s what Rio is about.
  • Changing ‘National Sovereignty’ into ‘Functional Sovereignty’ – that’s what Rio is about.
  • International Marxism, International Socialism, International Communitarianism – that is what RIO is REALLY about.

I republished the original RIO agenda last week, take time to read through the 6 part postings, if you want to understand where Strong & his cohorts want you to end up, which is one of the global resources called workers, assigned their roles in life by central planning committees, or dead, surplus to global requirements. Strong is not shy in coming forward with these views, or this earlier work – “The First Global Revolution” (1991) published by the Club of Rome. Members of the Club of Rome include: Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates, George Soros and author of the Kyoto Protocols Maurice Strong.

Since a 2004 agreement between the EU and UN, the EU has funded many projects at a cost of many millions of Euro. That original agreement has just been renewed and now the EU is officially on the bandwagon, and about to give billions of your taxes to the UN to help make it happen, whether you agree with it or not.

Using ‘environmental’ concerns as the vehicle, the objective is for global control over work, industry, energy, food supply, populations and money.

However, back to Rio+20:

In recent years, the European Commission and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have been working together for the environment under a Memorandum of Understanding agreed in 2004.

This cooperation has been translated into several activities, programmes and projects in areas of common concern. EU funds have been channelled through the Thematic Programme for Environment and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources including Energy (ENRTP), the European Development Fund and the Instrument for Stability.

Over the past three years, these funds have provided UNEP with some €50 million to implement 59 projects ranging from chemicals to global biodiversity.

EU Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik and UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner signed a wide-ranging new partnership agreement yesterday (23 February) “aimed at furthering sustainable development in the 21st Century”.

As global discussions on greening the economy intensify, the joint EC-UN statement on a new 2011-2013 strategy signals a novel approach for more strategic international programming, rather than cooperation on individual projects on a case-by-case basis.

The European Commission’s new approach is “a pilot test” for environmental funding where the EU executive will pass a financial envelope to UNEP. An agreement on the amounts should be reached by mid-2011.

The strategy has three priority areas for cooperation: environment for development, strengthening environmental governance and climate change.

We need to understand that the Rio Conferences, as wacky, pointless and stupid as they are having produced the infamous Agenda 21, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, the Statement of Forest Principles, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, and the Kyoto Treaty, are nothing more than a cover for something far more sinister, the original RIO – Reshaping the International Order.

If Rio20 is so important, ask yourself this. Have you ever seen a green job, and if so, have you ever seen one that is self sustainable. Hmm, thought not.

Pay attention people, before history begins to repeat itself, but this time on a global scale unimaginable.

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4 Responses to The road to Rio – EU officially on the bandwagon

  1. Just to say that there is a climate (realist) conference on March 19th, speakers include David Bellamy, Roger Helmer MEP, Fay Tuncay (repealtheact.co.uk), Piers Corbyn weatheraction.com, Prof Stephen Bush, Prof. Nils Axel-Morner (sea level expert), James Dent hydrologist and meteorologist, Austin Williams (author: The Enemies of Progress: the dangers of sustainability) details below or email philip.foster17@ntlworld.com.

    CLIMATE CHANGE?
    Who is paying?
    And for what?

    Saturday 19th March 2011

    Venue: Cromwell Barn, Burleigh Hill Farm, Somersham Road, St Ives, Cambridgeshire PE27 3LY (ten minutes from J26 on A14)

    Speakers
    · Prof.David Bellamy OBE, botanist & environmentalist
    · James Dent FRMetS, CMet Cenv, meteorologist and hydrologist
    · RogerHelmer MEP,
    · Fay Tuncay BSc Archaeology and Environment from University of Surrey. Currently the administrator for the ‘ Campaign to Repeal Climate Change Act 2008’, founded as a Facebook group in April 2010.
    · Prof. Stephen Bush UMIST professor of Engineering & UKIP advisor on energy policy
    · David MacDonald BSc, MSc, MCIWEM
    · Prof. Niklas Nils-Axel Mörner: The former head of the Paleogeophysics and Geodynamics Dept at Stockholm
    University.
    · Piers Corbyn: Solar physicist and director of WeatherAction long-range forecasting
    · Austin Williams: Future Cities Project and author of ‘The Enemies of Progress’
    · Philip Foster MA, author of ‘While the Earth Endures’

    The debate over the reality of human induced climate change is steeped in emotion, disinformation and hysteria. Wrong policies could have catastrophic consequences for the poorest people across the planet,
    and potentially for everyone. This conference brings together specialists in the science of climate, in economics, politics and social affairs. It will enable us to hear opinions of experts in relevant fields and hopefully gain a more balanced view of this controversial subject than much of the media often allows.

    Programme (further details will be provided on application for tickets.)

    9.30am to 10.30am Arrive / Tea & Coffee
    10.30am Introduction Philip Foster: ‘Climate the Long View’
    11am Roger Helmer MEP
    11.45 Prof Stephen Bush & David MacDonald – ‘Energy, Emissions & the Economy policy’
    12.40 Fay Tuncay ‘Repeal the Climate Act’
    1pm lunch
    2pm David Bellamy – ‘The secret life of Carbon Dioxide’
    2.45 Piers Corbyn – ‘Weather, the Met Office and Long range forecasting’
    3.30 Nils-Axel Mörner – ‘The Great Sea Level Illusion’
    4.15 tea break
    4.45 James Dent ‘Extreme Rainfall and Floods – will anything change?’
    5.30 Austin Williams – (future cities project)
    6.30 supper
    8pm Final Plenary Session: Where do we go from here ?
    Entry by ticket only
    Price £20 (includes buffet meals)

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  4. jameshigham says:

    * Unelected supranational governments and institutions – that’s what Rio is about.
    * Control of Food on a global scale – that’s what Rio is about.
    * Control of Money and Finances – that’s what Rio is about.
    * Reshaping Public Opinion on a global scale – that’s what Rio is about.
    * Changing ‘National Sovereignty’ into ‘Functional Sovereignty’ – that’s what Rio is about.
    * International Marxism, International Socialism, International Communitarianism – that is what RIO is REALLY about.

    I wanted to add something wise but you’ve covered it all here.

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