Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara
The Telegraph article below informs us that Prince Charles, the man with special Royal genes and “the heir to the throne”, has launched a new global unit, “the International Sustainability Unit”. The unit will work with governments and branches of the UN to form a one world opinion and strategy (a legal global accord) to manage the world’s supply of food, water and energy. Of course the pampered Prince will not lead the unit, it will be overseen by a former government advisor to the unpopular Tony Blair, Justin Mundy. The extract following the Telegraph’s promotion allotment shows this has been part of the plan for a long while and did not spring from the dim crevasses of Charlie’s mind.
By Richard Eden
“Prince of Wales opens new front in global warming fight
“The Prince of Wales, who warned last year that there were ‘less than 100 months’ to save the planet from irreversible damage due to climate change, is stepping up his own efforts.
” ‘This is the most important cause that His Royal Highness has ever taken on,’ says one of Prince Charles’s friends. ‘He hopes that the unit will make a real difference on the global stage.’
“A spokesman for the Prince says the organisation will work with national governments and global bodies such as the World Bank to promote ‘sustainable’ development.
” ‘The unit aims to address the depletion of the world’s natural capital by helping to create a consensus as to the best ways to enhance long-term food, water and energy security.’
“the Prince’s Charities are now advertising for senior staff at the unit, which will be led by Justin Mundy, a former adviser to the Labour government under Tony Blair.
Elitist Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell (1872-1970), was a Nobel Prize winner, who experimented with education techniques for young children, was hired by the British government, and was an award winner of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. It’s safe to say he was a highly respected man by the excessively rich dominant minority whom he was apart of. In his book “The Impact of Science of Society” (1952) he recommended when we’ve reached the globalization stage that an international authority should be setup to manage the security of the world’s food capital. On page 124 he said, “To deal with this problem it will be necessary to find ways of preventing an increase in world population. If this is to be done otherwise than by wars, pestilence, and famines, it will demand a powerful international authority. This authority should deal out the world’s food to the various nations in proportion to their population at the time of the establishment of the authority. If any nation subsequently increased its population it should not on that account receive any more food. The motive for not increasing population would therefore be very compelling. What method of preventing an increase might be preferred should be left to each state to decide.”
The top say today that 6 billion is too many people and 100 years ago they said 1 billion people was too many. It’s not surprising the wealthy dominate minority all have the same opinions on these agendas since they just mingle within their own circles. Prince Charles and his father fly around the world on luxury jets to give us this message (as published by the Telegraph, June 10 2010): “The Prince said the Earth could not ‘sustain us all’, particularly if a ‘vast proportion’ is consuming natural resources at ‘Western levels’.”
Outsourcing manufacturing to China, bankrupting the West by bailing out private banks with monstrous debt, and then whacking on new taxes should help a great deal in lowering Western levels, don’t you think? These types of people implementing a security consensus on the world’s food, water, and energy supplies will not be beneficial for us, even when propaganda says everything they do is good.