U. S. Department of Energy promotes "sustainable development" in accordance with United Nations' scheme
By Sue Forde, Citizen Review
August 17, 2002
The U. S. Department of Energy has joined in promoting the concept of "sustainable development", as revealed by their website. One of the "solutions" offered is "relocation" of property owners. This is something we are seeing on a local level here in Clallam County, Washington.
“Sustainable Development” was first introduced by Maurice Strong, socialist, senior adviser to the Commission on Global Governance and driving force behind the concept of “sustainability”. When introducing the term at the 1992 Rio Conference (Earth Summit II), he stated: Industrialized countries [Americans] have “developed and benefited from the unsustainable patterns of production and consumption which have produced our present dilemma. It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption pattern of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning and suburban housing – are not sustainable. A shift is necessary toward lifestyles less geared to environmentally damaging consumption patterns.” Strong also explains in an essay that the concept of sovereignty has to yield in favor of the “new imperatives of global environmental cooperative.”
Following are some alarming excerpts from the U.S. Department of Energy's website:
The Dept. of Energy bases much of its rhetoric on the false premise that humans are the cause of "global warming" - when in fact, global warming is a theory, not scientifically proven. See Global Warming Models Labeled 'Fairy Tale' By Team of Scientists.
The insurance industry has been pulled into the game of “Sustainable Development”, too. The website states: “Increasingly, the insurance industry is taking an interest in global climate change as a possible contributor to the dramatic rise in costly natural disasters. Industry leaders share with advocates of sustainable development a desire to mitigate weather-related damages and make communities stronger. Insurance and The Natural Sciences: Partners in the Public Interest, a speech presented in September 1996 by Franklin W. Nutter, president of the Reinsurance Association of America, further explains this ‘insurance connection.’”
As a “public/private” partnership, the move toward fascism continues.
The Dept. of Energy website refers the reader to the United Nations for more information. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, through Global Change, a magazine about climate change and ozone depletion published by the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security.
Action you can take: Write to President Bush and request that he reverse the "Sustainable Development" trend in the agencies he controls. Find contact information here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/
 Agenda 21 stresses “ Improving human settlement management; Promoting sustainable land-use planning and management; Promoting sustainable energy and transport systems in human settlements, to name a few – in other words, “managing humans” is the goal at a global level.
Study Debunks Global Warming.
studies of temperatures and ice cap
movement in that same area indicate that
is not the case. In fact,
Antarctica is becoming colder. Dr.
Peter Dorman and his team of scientists have
determined that since 1986, temperatures
have been dropping an average of 1.2
degrees Fahrenheit per decade and similar
downturns have occurred since 1978 in the
McMurdo Dry Valleys of east Antarctica.
When the scientists noticed that
“glacial ice wasn’t melting, streams
weren’t flowing, lakes were shrinking
and microorganisms were disappearing, they
decided to expand their data collection
and discovered that “Antarctica as a
whole had gotten considerably
study seems to confirm what 17,000
scientists have previously determined;
there is no “global warming.”
defined: “a governmental system with
strong centralized power, permitting no
opposition or criticism, controlling all
affairs of the nation (industrial,
commercial, etc.), emphasizing an
aggressive nationalism.” (The American
College Dictionary, c. 1951, P 438)
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