21st Century Wire
Nowadays, the word “agenda” is more than just a buzzword or catch phrase. People like to talk about “agendas” to such an extent that they end up believing that everybody has one up his sleeve, ready to throw it on the table at the last moment, proving that his intentions were dubious from the beginning.
On the other hand, as regards the so-called “elites”, in the public eye they are also already slandered as being in possession of various “agendas” and, despite their wealth and power, all they do is being subjected to prescriptions of those “master-plans”.
The first assumption of the majority – “majority” being people who from various reasons accept the verity of the moving image of reality presented by mass media – is merely an expression of intrinsic human crookedness: the individual surmises that everything other people do is conditioned solely by their narrow self-interest and is usually accomplished at the expense of others.
The second assumption – an expression of intrinsic human intuition of truth – is a proper subject of this analysis.
There would be nothing wrong with it were it not for one implication. Namely, masses of today generally believe that Age of Transition, or Globalization, is an expression of as many agendas as they can chose to imagine. We’ll have to rectify this assumption a tad.
The elites that initiated an attempt at fundamental world-wide transformation and are, with dubious success, trying to steer it, have in fact only one, entirely public, fundamental agenda. It was codified as one of the six documents produced by UN Commission for Environment and Development in the aftermath of UN Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro from 03. to 14th of June, 1992. and later published as the “operative blueprint” for implementation of sustainable development in 21st Century.
Short and easy to remember: as the “Plan” or, to use a common buzzword, Agenda 21.
The hypothesis presented in this analysis is that Agenda 21 is nothing less than Constitution of Globalization.
Bearing in mind that any Constitution – not to mention a global one – is a document to be as much as possible read and interpreted in it’s own right, we’ll keep description of historical circumstances of Agenda 21 inception to bare outlines. Although it is by no means a document written in historical vacuum – and was followed with whole piles of similar ones, the latest being the so called Agenda 2030 – even with minimal knowledge of historical circumstances and other related documents, this voluminous text (351 pg.) clearly summarizes and uncovers the labors of a policy progressively forming our lives for more than two decades, without most of us even knowing it; the policy whose historical roots are too deep to explore here, but whose ambitions are megalomaniacal and dangerous to such a degree that no amount of political correctness can adequately hide them.
Agenda 21 is a very straightforward document. To understand it properly, one only needs to take it literally and suspend his own cynicism. Namely, then and only then the cynicism of it’s authors erupts in our understanding like a volcano, and things suddenly get their true and ominous perspective.