Is Agenda 21 an International Conspiracy?
The Honourable Ann Bressington Independent MLC Member of the Legislative Council) in South Australia, has reached that undeniable conclusion.
In a segment of her speech captured in the accompanying video, she very adroitly ties together, The Club of Rome, Agenda 21, The Environmental Movement, and a 10 -Region Global World System which could easily extrapolate into a One World Order of Global Governance.
“Ladies and gentlemen the origins of the environmental movement as we see it began back in nineteen sixty eight when the Club of Rome was formed. The Club of Rome has been described as a crisis think-tank which specializes in crisis creation. The main purpose of this think-tank was to formulate a crisis that would unite the world and condition us to the idea of global solutions to local problems. In a document called The First Global Revolution authored by Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, on pages one hundred and four and one hundred and five it stated” in searching for a new enemy to unite us we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like could fit the bill. All these dangers, of course, will be caused by human intervention that will require a global response. That’s the origin of global warming ladies and gentlemen.” (Coloring and emphasis in the foregoing paragraph added by Mass Tea Party)
The Club of Rome published their initial rendering of the 10-Global Regions as follows:
“On 17, September, 1973, the Club of Rome published a report entitled the “Regionalized and Adaptive Model of the Global World System“, which was authored by Eduard Pestel and Mihajlo Mesarovic. The report revealed the Club’s intention to divide the world into ten economic/political regions, called “Kingdoms”, which would unite the entire world under a common leadership. These regions are:
- North America
- Western Europe
- Australia and South Africa
- Eastern Europe
- Latin America
- North Africa and the Middle East
- Main Africa
- South and Southeast Asia
- Centrally Planned Asia
the Club of Rome planned to divide the entire world into ten economic/political regions, which it refers to as ‘kingdoms’
The term “Kingdoms” was left out, when the plan was released in a book entitled “Mankind at the Turning Point“, which stated that the solutions to the problems of the world could only “be developed in a global context.”