Coalition to Govern America
May 17, 2016
Speaking April 22nd at the United Nations headquarters in New York, Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, declared his country's support for the United Nations program, stating that national priorities have been put in place to implement “sustainable development” strategically “in a way that nobody and no section of the society is left behind.”
Agenda 2030 is an outgrowth of the UN's original program for control of all the Earth's population called Agenda 21. Unveiled at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in 1992, Agenda 21 is a 300 page, 40 chapter document that serves as a blueprint for controlling all life on planet earth, regulating everything down the the tiniest organism. Under Agenda 21, property rights will be a thing of the past. Meat consumption will be all but eliminated as will automobiles. Home and workplace air conditioning will be scaled back, as will all electricity usage. Leaders of the world, including the Obama administration, are currently working diligently to make these things so expensive that the average person will not be able to afford them.
A key component to Agenda 21 enforcement, is the roll-out of so-called “smart meters” and the smart grid which are allowing electric companies to charge exorbitant rates to penalize home and business owners for usage behaviors.
From the U.S. Department of Energy, we read:
“Smart grid” generally refers to a class of technology people are using to bring utility electricity delivery systems into the 21st century, using computer-based remote control and automation. These systems are made possible by two-way communication technology and computer processing that has been used for decades in other industries. They are beginning to be used on electricity networks, from the power plants and wind farms all the way to the consumers of electricity in homes and businesses. They offer many benefits to utilities and consumers -- mostly seen in big improvements in energy efficiency on the electricity grid and in the energy users’ homes and offices. (Emphasis added)
Notice the reference to “remote control” and “two-way communication technology”. The Department of Energy speaks of achieving “energy efficiency”. How will this “energy efficiency” be achieved? It is called forced compliance, and “remote control” of your meters and the household appliances with which they interact will be key.
The incentive for the power companies is not to save the home and business owners’ money. The power companies, themselves, will be the ones to save money, as they no longer have to pay people to do on-site meter readings for their residential and business customers. They are able to bill for individual appliances, higher rates for usage during peak hours, while remotely controlling and even shutting down “smart” appliances if they deem it necessary to “manage” the grid. A further incentive is the collection of massive amounts of data on each household, which they may sell to other corporations for marketing and other purposes. Much can be learned from real-time logging of electrical usage patterns, information that would prove priceless to companies and increasingly-nosy government agencies.
As Obama goes to war on coal-fired power plants, the likelihood is great that shortages of electricity are in the future. He promised during his 2008 campaign that it was his plan to make electricity rates "necessarily skyrocket" — one of the few promises that he has kept. Smart meters and the smart grid will be the mechanism to force the population to comply with the UN mandates, outlined in Agenda 21. Due to the efforts of the State Department and the capitulation of Iran, the Iranian people will live under the thumb of the technocratic tyranny, as evidenced by smart meters and the global surveillance grid which will track and control their every move.
Speaking at the United Nations High-level Thematic Debate on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, Zarif declared that “national priorities have been set” and that the “United Nations should play the critical coordinating role in strengthening the global partnership” with Iran.
We have already started national preparations for facilitating our engagements in and follow-up of the Paris Agreement and tomorrow I will sign this Agreement on behalf of my Government.
The implementation of the 2030 Agenda requires more effective international support and solidarity.
The United Nations should play the critical coordinating role in strengthening the global partnership for sustainable development. In this regard, while each country has the primary responsibility for its own development, the objectives of Agenda 2030 should be facilitated by ambitious, fully inclusive and non-discriminatory provision of means of implementation for all developing countries.
There are many common challenges and opportunities in our region in a collective efforts towards peace, stability and development.
We continue to seek to strengthen our collaboration with countries at the regional and sub-regional levels with a view to setting an efficient framework to move towards achieving our regional sustainable development goals.
The announcement that Iran is on board with the UN agenda comes on the heels of Secretary of State John Kerry's nuclear negotiation — the outcome of which was heavily criticized by Republicans as either too lenient, or an outright giveaway to the Islamic Republic.
Turkish News Service, TRT World, cited a Reuters report last year that Secretary of State John Kerry, the purported mastermind of the negotiations, had a dismal outlook for the future of the dollar, should Congress decide to reject the agreement — a statement that suggests that the top-secret negotiations might have been about much more than nuclear nonproliferation, and more about preserving petrodollar hegemony over the region and the world.
The United States Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday dollar might be negatively affected if the US Congress rejects the nuclear deal reached between Iran and the West last month.
The US top foreign diplomat told Reuters that a possible failure regarding the approval of Iran nuclear deal in the Congress could threaten the global position of US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
"If we turn around and nix the deal and then tell them, 'You're going to have to obey our rules and sanctions anyway,' that is a recipe, very quickly ... for the American dollar to cease to be the reserve currency of the world," Kerry said at a Reuters Newsmaker event.
With Iran's foreign minister expressing his commitment to implementation of the Paris climate accord, the Middle Eastern country has signaled that it, too, is on board with the plan for the new world currency, one that will be based on carbon, rather than oil. Meanwhile, U.S. petro-dollar hegemony must be maintained at all costs until the carbon currency is ready to be built upon the smoking ruins of the coming economic collapse. As leaders of the world, multi-national corporations, and Establishment bankers clamor for the elimination of cash, a technocratic computer currency will be waiting in the wings. It will be built, as foreign minister Zarif put it, “in a way that nobody and no section of the society is left behind.”
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