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Intro ep to a new FF series – probably going to be the biggest

  1. Today – episode to give the bird’s eye view of the overall topic – massive topic – ranges from education, energy, transportation, medicine prices, along with 1,000 other things 
  2. Spend a number of episodes on each of these elements – look at finer details – may seem unrelated –
    1. Everything in this series – form part of the 17 SDGs set out by the UN in Agenda 2030
    2. This may be a bit long – lots to initially unpack – but very important ep – side to history most people don’t know about – that still affects us to this day

What is Agenda 2030?

  1. Most people haven’t probably heard about this – that is okay – not discussed/addressed often – but it exists
    1. 193 countries signed on to this almost 4 years ago – we were one of them (Australia)
  2. If you are one of the few who have heard of this – probably had one of two reactions,
    1. First thought of the conspiracy theories that are brought up in relation to this topic or
    2. You were thinking about the plans for a one-world government – ‘new world order’ – conspiring to provide top-down legislation to all individual governments –
  3. Term Conspiracy theory – Conspire – make secret plans jointly to commit an unlawful or harmful act –
    1. People are charged for committing conspiracy in criminal law – if you agreed with your friends to sneak out of the house when you were a kid, you conspired with them against your parents’ ‘laws’
    2. Important to not be dismissive of the label of conspiracy theory – as some of the biggest atrocities in history were committed through conspiracy theory turned into action – conspiring is theorising with another party/making plans – then if you go through with the action – it turns into another crime – conspiracy to rob a bank versus armed robbery of a bank – only individuals are charged with conspiracy –
    3. Who is in charge of governments or unelected groups like the UN? Individuals – a lot of history showing lots of conspiracies


Quick history of some conspiracies – on the Governmental/global level

  • It was a Conspiracy that sparked USA entry into WW1 – prolonging the war for 2-3 years – millions more dead – and set up the treaty of Versailles – most historians attribute conditions of this to the aftermath in Germany and rise of the Third Reich – which lead to WW2 – This was the sinking of the Lusitania –
    1. WW1 breaks out – all know story – assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by a Serbian nationalist in 1914 – hardly sufficient reason to plunge the world war – claim over ten million lives and twenty million wounded – let alone the generation suffering from shell shock
    2. Well – if you listened to the Fiat rise – with the initial financing model of the 5 Rothschild brothers – this was around 100 years into use by now – and nations took advantage – finance trade, colonial territories, expansion
    3. An arms race had been in progress for many years; large, standing armies had been recruited and trained; military alliances had been hammered together; all in preparation for war – but once it broke out they needed more money – EU banks had no money left – to turn to USA
    4. selected the House of Morgan-acting as partners of the Rothschilds-to act as sales agent for their bonds – money began to flow in January of 1915 when the House of Morgan signed a contract with the British Army Council and the Admiralty – Also loaned to French and Russians
  • By end of 1915 – Germany looked like they would win the war– France and Brittan on ropes – Germany offered peace in 1916 – basis of status quo – pre-war frontiers – but Franco Prussian wars of 1871 – turned down –
  • the conspiracy was already in action – JP and other bankers would lose a lot of money if England and France lost and couldn’t pay debts back – How to save their interests? US needs to enter
    1. Through the whole war – German Uboats (form of early sub) devastating military – but couldn’t fire on civilian ships – so allies used civilian ships but outfitted them with weapons and used them to ship war supplies
    2. Lusitania was one – and Germans knew it – treaty that they can ‘arrest’ and search – but allies opened fire as soon as UBoat rose – so they started just sinking every ship civilian or military – most were the same thing
    3. Germany tried to warn the population not to get on the ship – send warnings to be printed to US newspapers –
    4. JPM – also had control over international shipping – German and England – largest lines – English competitor had the Lusitania as one of flagships – British passenger liner that sailed regularly between Liverpool and New York – But retrofitted with 12 guns on the decks – and carry munitions
    5. Left NY on May 1 1915 – sunk 6 days later – 1,195 dead – 195 Americans – event that turned US public into pro-war
      1. JP Morgan had 1000 journalists on payroll – and strong control over media through ownerships/investments
      2. Financial records show through ‘New Haven Railroads’ – Cost $400k p.a. in 1915 – Held bonds in Boston Herald and hundreds of other companies
  • Warnings Never got published – Needed something to turn the public pro war – as 90% didn’t want to go, and the rest were split on backing the allies, or Germans as a lot were German immigrants – Elected Wilson as he promised no war – but his campaign financers wanted differently – guess who
  1. 1916, Woodrow Wilson formally sanctioned the undertaking in negotiations for war – conversations between Colonel House and the leaders of England and France – secret to public – so once public convinced all they have to do is pass the act of war
    1. Morgan with Newspapers pushed hard on war narrative – Covered up that Lusitania was military
    2. in 1917 – USA joined – JP was saved
  2. Around same time – Conspiracy which sparked the Soviet Union – Lenin – After the outbreak of the February Revolution, German authorities allowed Lenin and his lieutenants to cross Germany en route from Switzerland to Sweden in a sealed railway car.
    1. German leaders hoped, correctly, that the return of the anti-war socialists to Russia would undermine the Russian war effort, which was continuing under the provisional government – with the US entry – needed Russia out – so they conspired to smuggle Lenin into Russia –
  3. Long and short – Morgan saved his billions – made much more – all through conspiring to withhold real news, drive public policy through the newspapers and have the politicians ready to act – Real conspiracy – all documented – look at first hand sources of testimonies in congress


Could go on and on – but acts of conspiracy exist – individuals do it – but the level of power they have to commit action on conspiracy matters – bank robber versus the power to spark a war –


The whole point of this series

– not look at conspiracies – but will be to look into each of the SDGs set out in Agenda 2030 –

  1. Will be using the information provided from the UN and the corporate sponsors/partners – explain it in detail
    1. Look at policy decisions, who they partner with, who has financial interests in these policies, what primary source materials provide as fact.
    2. Any news article or Wikipedia page about history can be changed at will, but if you can find information on the event from the words of someone who was there in a format that remains unchained and in full (so not a sentence out of context)
  2. Going to be using historical events as illustration throughout the episodes – helps to provide an example of what happens down the road from certain policy decisions
  3. Agenda 2030 is rarely ever mentioned – but you would likely hear about one of the initiatives every day, just don’t know it is part of the UNs Global Initiative


Before we get into each of the SDGs and overview of topics next ep – look at Who the UN is, and where it came from –

  1. “Declaration of United Nations” drafted by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (call him FDR), British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Roosevelt aide Harry Hopkins in 29 December 1941 – UN was FDR’s highest postwar priority.
    1. incorporated Soviet suggestions – but left no role for France
    2. term “United Nations” was on January 1942 – 26 Governments signed the Declaration. One major change from the Atlantic Charter was the addition of a provision for religious freedom, which Stalin approved after Roosevelt insisted.
    3. agreed to the basic structure of the new body at the Dumbarton Oaks Conference in 1944.  At Yalta, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin agreed to the establishment of the United Nations, as well as the structure of the United Nations Security Council. Stalin insisted on having a veto and FDR finally agreed.
    4. By early 1945 it had been signed by 21 more countries (Aus) – Big Four of the United States, Britain, Soviet Union and China would make the major decisions
  2. UN– a global diplomatic and political organization dedicated to international peace and stability – their words
    1. It is the dream of all authoritarians – mass control of global population brings peace and stability – they have to do what you say –
  3. Stalin and Roosevelt were some strange bedfellows – pretty good friends by political standards – Both believed in a fascist society –
    1. Roosevelt and Stalin – shared the same outlook for the postwar world – formed a friendship to shape the global stage
    2. Roosevelt worked hard to win Stalin – Stalin initially unconvinced that FDRs planned world organization with police powers would stop one nation from breaking away to start a war – Stalin’s opinion evolved -view FDR as key to peace
    3. Odd that Stalin – mass-murdering authoritarian would be so keen on the concept of the UN – Rings alarm bells
  4. UN Scandals – Conspiracy theory – International Paedophile ring is run through the UN –
    1. 2017 – UN Secretary General admitted to 145 incidents involving 311 victims in 2016 alone – most in peace operations
      1. startling admission at a high-level meeting on the wings of the UN General Assembly meeting.
    2. Antonio Guterres said “sexual exploitation and abuse is not a problem of peacekeeping, it is a problem of the entire United Nations. Contrary to the information spreading that this is a question related to our peacekeeping operations, it is necessary to say that the majority of the cases of sexual exploitation and abuse are done by the civilian organisations of the United Nations, and not in peacekeeping operations.”
      1. If the admitted 311 cases in peace operations are a minority – at least double cases occurred
    3. All happened in the wake of the Oxfam scandal which was very similar to this. And individuals in Clinton foundation that were caught trying to traffic kids out of Haiti.
  5. These are the same organisation that leaders of nations are taking their marching orders from – but what happens?
    1. Go into nations as a ‘peace keeping mission’ and committing such atrocities – someone who says they are a plumber turning up at your house and forcing their way in to fix the pipes, but then ripping some out for copper and running away – If it just happened once, shame on them, but twice, let alone hundreds
  6. This is a perfect conspiracy though – at the minimum, a massive number of people are conspiring to commit one of the greatest atrocities on those in society who are the most vulnerable – At the extreme level it was the Illuminati doing it for child sacrifices and adrenochrome – either way – the outcome is the same regardless of conspiracy in intentions –


The UN doesn’t work as a collective – policy the same – usually get given ‘ideas’ for policy from Non for profits or corporate think tanks. Many different individuals working through independent departments – but with the same goal

  1. Individuals can do bad things – especially when no accountability – absolute power and all – only thing that keeps politicians in line (sometimes barely) – stops a lot of authoritarian powers = the balance of power of the people – but if that slowly gets eroded over time from those already immune from the eyes of the wrathful public – easy strategy
  2. Use social pressure as coercion tactic – everyone is doing it mentality – getting all nations to sign on or else – shows conformity – look at what happens to a country when they don’t go along with it – media dumps on them as the black sheep – and the people by extension for having such non-progressive politicians – social shame tactics – so we then elect the people wanting to put these policies in place and do the bidding of the UN
  3. Very subtle – happens over years and years – but look at comedy shows now – not comedy anymore but political tools of disinformation
    1. Disarm with comedy and paint a narrative – all step in lock and march to the same thing as what the UN want
    2. Massive claims – But it is very complex – as to do this needs to be so complex and implemented over a long time and different stages which seem unrelated but really serve the same outcome
  4. To end – quickly look at one element of the SDGs in next weeks ep – that is people
    1. I want to do the best job in fully laying this out – there are lots of different bits to go through


But – something to think about over the next week – UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 

  1. People – This one where it all starts – people need to willingly want these policies – UN helps with this as well
  2. UNESCO – first General Conference took place from 19 November to 10 December 1946, and elected Dr. Julian Huxley to Director-General
  3. British evolutionary biologist, eugenicist, and internationalist – Huxley was a prominent member of the British Eugenics Society and was its president from 1959 to 1962. In 1959 he received a Special Award of the Lasker Foundation in the category Planned Parenthood – World Population. 
  4. Huxley’s dream was the same as Aldous Huxleys – Brave new world – where only those set fit to breed could do so
  5. Founding of UNESCO 1946 – ‘This even though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake, so that much that now is unthinkable may at lease become thinkable’ –
  6. “…taking the techniques of persuasion and information and true propaganda that we have learnt to apply nationally in war, and deliberately bending them to the international tasks of peace, if necessary utilizing them — as Lenin envisaged – to ‘overcome the resistance of millions’ to desirable change.
  7. “Using drama to reveal reality and art as the method by which, in Sir Stephen Tallent’s works, ‘truth becomes impressive and a living principle of action,’ and aiming to produce concerted effort, which — top quote Grierson once more — needs a background of faith and a sense of destiny. This must be a mass philosophy, a mass creed, and it can never be achieved without the use of the media and of mass communication. Unesco, in the press of its detailed work, must never forget this enormous feat.” 
  8. “There are thus two tasks for the Mass Media division of Unesco; the one general; the other special. The special one is to enlist the press and the radio and the cinema to the fullest extent in the service of formal and adult education, of science and learning, of art and culture. The general one is to see that these agencies are used both to contribute to mutual comprehension between nations and cultures, and also to promote the growth of a common outlook shared by all nations and cultures.” p. 60
  9. Think on that while you ponder the irony of statements like ‘abortions save lives’ – or why you wont see the UNs policies discussed in anything more than a soundbite or positive light – where only idiots wouldn’t do as the UN policies want


Covered a lot – and jumped around a bit between historical conspiracies –

Take away – Conspiracies happen – and the UN shouldn’t be blindly trusted – That what you see from the media or politicians shouldn’t be blindly trusted either if pushing for policy from UN – Carrying out wishes of UN rather than national population –

Representative democracy stops representing the people – going to look into this further in next ep

References from today:

JP Morgan Loans to England and France



Huxley quotes – https://www.crossroad.to/Quotes/globalism/julian-huxley.htm


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