Barbara H. Peterson
If you don’t think that the global “sustainability” movement pushed by the United Nations’ Agenda 21 mandate is exactly the opposite of what the very essence of sustainability is meant to be, then consider this… Monsanto just joined The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
The WBCSD is a CEO-led organization of forward-thinking companies that galvanizes the global business community to create a sustainable future for business, society and the environment.
“The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has put out a press release, announcing that Monsanto has joined the effort for “global sustainable development”. The Council consists of several global mega-corporations such as Dutch Royal Shell and Coca Cola, to mention just a few.
The press-release notes that by joining the Council “Monsanto is taking an important step along a continuum towards developing a more sustainable agriculture system – one that improves our daily lives, respects our global environment and recognizes the importance of the world’s small-holder farmers”.
This is a leading worldwide group of major corporations banded together to implement Agenda 21, Sustainable Development.
But just what is Agenda 21?
“Agenda 21 is the agenda for the 21st Century…where everything you cherished and held true no longer exists. It defines itself as a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the U.N. systems. It elevates nature above man. “Sustainable Development” is the philosophy designed to bring human beings across the globe under the full control of a narrow human elite.” (Agenda 21 for Dummies)
So, we have a global program called Agenda 21, which is intended to strip we the people of our rights in the name of sustainable development, and Monsanto is set to head the agricultural “sustainability” part. A hoax. A farce. A global takeover of mammoth proportions. But it’s for our own good! After all, with Monsanto, Pepsi, Coca Cola, Dow, DuPont, BASF, Bayer and Deutsche Bank, along with a whole host of other ne’er do wells all in for piece of the action, what could possibly go wrong? Let me count the ways…
C’mon guys! This is the essence of hypocrisy. Some of the biggest polluters on the planet are now joined hand in hand to make the planet more sustainable? For whom? Certainly not for life as it exists now. But who cares? Not this conglomerate of psychopathic thugs. I’ll just bet that dreams of genetically modified children eating genetically modified food and dancing around in genetically modified forests with genetically modified animals fill their nights in some sort of bizzaro-world fetish. Bugs? We don’t need no stinkin’ bugs. And bees? They gotta go. Get it? Yeah, now that’s sustainable and natural. Might even be organic if everyone forgets what “organic” really means.
Don’t like it? We’ll just genetically modify you so that you will. And while we’re at it we’ll change the meanings of the words so that what you think you know you don’t.
Let me tell you what “organic” does not mean. It does not mean diced and spliced in a lab, dowsed with chemicals and then artificially colored and flavored so that the rancid chemical taste doesn’t get in the way of your “healthy” meal.
And let’s talk about the word “sustainable.” The Monsanto agricultural model is NOT sustainable:
…according to Penn State’s Mortensen, grappling with glyphosate resistance was already costing farmers nearly $1 billion per year in 2011. It will also likely mean a jump in toxic herbicides entering streams, messing with frogs and polluting people’s drinking water. (Mother Jones)
Unless of course you are talking about Monsanto profits in additional sales of weed killer. Yeah, maybe that’s what “sustainable” means to these people – a steady profit. But at some point in time if you kill off all of your prey/customers in the name of global sustainability don’t you simply run out? Oh well, we’ll just get to that when it happens. I’m sure another opportunity for profit will arise. Until then, bon appetite! Let them eat GMO cake.
Maybe we should follow suit and and redefine the word “people” to include soulless beasts who eat their own young for profit.
©2013 Barbara H. Peterson