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3. Promote Peace and Prevent Conflicts – Surveillance from Space

The third commitment in Our Common Agenda is about a new peace agenda – Promote Peace and Prevent Conflicts. This means reducing strategic risks such as nuclear weapons, cyber warfare and autonomous weapons. With something that sounds like advanced digital divination, international foresight must also be strengthened. In addition, a peaceful, secure and sustainable use …

2. Protect the Planet – A Planetary Emergency

The second commitment in Our Common Agenda is about protecting the planet. This means zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 or earlier, declaring a global climate emergency, and that no new coal-fired power plants will be built after 2021. In addition, the global food system will be transformed to operate within the planetary boundaries. In this …

World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leaders”

Through its Young Global Leaders program, the World Economic Forum has been instrumental in shaping a world order that undermines all democratic principles. For several decades, this program has nurtured compliant leaders acting as WEF agents in governments around the world. The consequences are far-reaching and may turn out to be devastating for humanity. Updated May …

Advertising – The Elephant in the Room

Since Agenda 2030 was signed in September 2015, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals has come to dominate everything. The aim is to make us consume less and recycle more. Ready to lead us on the path to towards a zero-emission Utopia are the same or same type of multinational corporations that have polluted the environment …

Democracy, power and the global Coup d’Etat. A talk with Jacob Nordangård, PhD.

The Swedish scholar and PhD, Jacob Nordangård has made it his academic mission to analyse and map the global power networks and how they drive societal change. In his latest book he argues that we are experiencing a global Coup d’Etat, orchestrated by a technocratic elite, obsessed with a utopian vision of the perfect society, …

Global Goals and the Global Reset for Global Technological Control

The UN Agenda 2030 with its Sustainable Development Goals is claimed to “ensure peace and prosperity for people and the planet.” The actions are said to tackle poverty and hunger, bring better health and education, reduce inequalities, and save the oceans, forests and the climate. Who can argue against such benevolent goals? But the promised …