Agenda for the 21st Century

Death of the United States - Rise of Global, Technocratic Market State Fascism

Co-opting the Universities for the
Red-Green Agenda

The Movement

Economic Development for Russia

The Green Marshall Plan

Global Common Law for the Environment?

Insanity Globalized

Red and Green – Christmas Colors and your present is Communism

Green Communists, Red Fascists and Management of Regional Jurisdictions

The Socialist International

Rise of the Socialist International

High Tech Communist Agenda Wrapped in a Green Package

Rio 1992:  Launch of the New Green Deal

Technology for the Environment or the Police State?

The Business of Social Control

Young Female Minority Bartender Wants to Change the World

A. O’Crazio Cortez’s New Green Deal

United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, 1972

The Stockholm Declaration

In Progress…coming soon

Earth Summit, 1992

President's Council on Sustainable Development

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War By Other Means

June 9, 1993 – Commerce Secretary Ron Brown speaking at an American Stock Exchange conference.  He announced that he would be working on an industrial policy for the U.S.  With the benefit of hindsight, it’s clear that what he was saying was that they would be implementing communist central planning (by definition through the use of technology) and that his department  would become the marketing representatives for technology corporations.

Full video on C-Span

June 10, 1993 – Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell gave the commencement speech at Harvard University.   It was the first time since 1947 that an active duty military officer had given the commencement speech at Harvard.  In 1947, it was General George Marshall who gave the Address and his purpose was to announce the Marshall Plan.  He announced the “Powell Plan” to rebuild Russia and the soviet states to help them recover from the ravages of communism and as it turned out, the tables were turned on us through the Green Agenda to communize the United States . . . more

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June 14, 1993, Clinton announces the establishment of the President’s Commission on Sustainable Development.  Commerce Secretary Ron Brown will lead the effort.

Full video on C-Span

June 14, 1993  – Vice President Al Gore speaks to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development Development and he announced to the UN, the President Clinton would establish the President’s Commission on Sustainable Development.

Full video on C-Span

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“The Department of Commerce is the Department of Sustainable Development.  The Department is where trade, technology and environmental policies meet.  There is a real confluence here.”  Ron Brown, Secretary of Commerce

October 18, 1993 – 2nd meeting of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development, hosted by the Commerce Department with Ron Brown, Secretary giving the introduction and describing the purpose.  With the benefit of hindsight, they were initiating a technocratic coup d’etat on our country.  These people were conspirators in treason against the United States of America.  They had the intent as stated to “reinvent” government using technology while changing our economic system to “green accounting”.   

Full Video on C-Span

Before the Earth Summit

June 1, 1992  Press Conference in the Senate Gallery about the Bush Administration’s position on the Earth Summit treaties.

Full Press Conference

June 2, 1992  Interview about the Earth Summit and the purpose of it. 

Full Interview

Events at the Earth Summit

June 5, 1992  Al Gore gave the Keynote speech at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. 

Full Speech

After the Earth Summit

July 28, 1992  Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing to discuss the implementation of policies and agreements arising out of the Earth Summit.   EPA Administrator William K. Reilly testifying.  

Full Hearing

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