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The top hit that it brings up is The Green Agenda with quotes:
- Agenda 21 spreads it tentacles from Governments, to federal and local authorities, and right down to community groups.
- April 1991, fourteen months before Earth Summit, Prince Charles held a private two day international conference aboard the royal yacht Britannia........... Al Gore was present, along with senior officials from the United Nations and the World Bank.
- At the summit 179 nations officially signed Agenda 21 and many more have followed since.
- The official opening ceremony was conducted by the Dalai Lama and centered around a Viking long-ship that was .........appropriately named Gaia.
- Maurice Strong, Club of Rome member, devout Bahai, founder and first Secretary General of UNEP, has been the driving force behind the birth and imposition of Agenda 21.
Communism did not die behind the Iron Curtain in 1989 – it re-emerged in a more nefarious form around the globe, promoted by the compliant media and hypocritical Hollywood. McCarthy was right about some of them after all.
The has-beens of the old communism and total government control are nostalgic for the good ole days of totalitarianism, romanticizing the past, trying to reclaim their positions of power and privilege. The global communism of U.N. Agenda 21 is making great strides, using environmentalism, land preservation, zoning, and care for the planet as a tool. And the Fabian socialists in the west are winning the hearts and minds of low information voters who believe anything they are told over and over by the mainstream media.
Maurice Strong, a communist, who now lives in Communist China, is deeply involved in Agenda 21. As Tim Ball told 2GB's Alan Jones:
"He very deliberately did it. He set up the United Nations Environment Program and then he worked through that with the World Meteorological Organisation and the IPCC was set up by them. That meant that every government weather agency around the world was involved in the IPCC. They appoint the scientists that they want to be on it and they also of course provide the funding and that has meant that the funding has only got to one side of the debate and Strong knew this. But this is why he organized it that way through the WMO..."Patrick Moore
This blog has recorded (LINK) that Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore noted that the collapse of Communism led to Communists entering the Green Movement.
The Cold War was over and the peace movement was largely disbanded. The peace movement had been mainly Western-based and anti-American in its leanings. Many of its members moved into the environmental movement, bringing with them their neo-Marxist, far-left agendas. To a considerable extent the environmental movement was hijacked by political and social activists who learned to use green language to cloak agendas that had more to do with anticapitalism and antiglobalization than with science or ecology. (Source)Vaclav Klaus
Ex-President of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Klaus, although, while he explicitly rejected suggestions climate change was a kind of communist conspiracy, he did liken the climate change hoax
Drew ended his article by saying, “I know something about what Obama believed in 1980. At that time, the future president was a doctrinaire Marxist revolutionary.” (Source)Mychal Massie wrote in 2012:
“[Saul] Alinsky’s son, David, said: ‘Barack Obama’s training in Chicago by the great community organizers is showing its effectiveness. It is an amazingly powerful format, and the method of my late father always works to get the message out and get supporters on board. When executed meticulously and thoughtfully, it is a powerful strategy for initiating change and making it really happen. Obama learned his lessons [from my father] well.’”
Obama’s mother was as far left as one can get and still have both feet on terra firma. Her Marxist friends referred to her as a “fellow traveler,” i.e., a communist sympathizer. (source)Read More at: Time to admit Obama is a Communist
There may be similarities between the departures from the Green Movement of Patrick Moore and former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown. Christian Kerr wrote: (Link)
Speculation is running strongly that Brown's departure was directly linked to the intensifying power struggle between the environmental wing of the Greens and the increasingly influential bloc of former communists, socialists and members of other hard-left groups, including NSW Senator and former Moscow loyalist Lee Rhiannon, that has formed in the party over the past decade.Adam Bandt
At Murdoch University, Bandt was a student activist and member of the Left Alliance. At that time, he was quoted as calling the Greens a "bourgeois" party.3 In 2008, Bandt completed a Ph.D. in law and politics from Monash University, with his thesis on Marxism.As Ron Boswell via Menzies House reported:
Without Brown, the far left and extremists will steamroll over the others and become the new reigning force within the Greens.
These members include the now Deputy Leader, Adam Bandt, a self-identified former member of the Left Alliance that once admonished ultra-left groups such as Resistance and the International Socialists for not being left-wing enough.
Bandt has referred to the Greens as a ‘bourgeois party’ that can be used as a Trojan horse for pushing an anti-capitalist, socialist Marxist agenda. He has identified the Greens as the best avenue to achieving socialism in Australia.Lee Rhiannon
Ron Boswell on Menzies House again:
Senator Lee Rhiannon, who has long-standing ties with far left and Marxist organisations, has also played a role in pushing the Greens further and further to the left.
She has led the Greens’ push for an anti-Israel boycott, and has openly supported the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, one of the many issues that has divided the Greens party. A former member of the Communist Party of Australia, she once argued that the Greens respresents the closest to the best of the CPA’s politics and methods.Any voter thinking that the Greens are nature-loving, tree-huggers should do some re-thinking. Anyone thinking of voting for the Greens should examine their policies. See Greens Policies Global Governance.
The Australian Greens believe that:
The system of global governance must be reinvigorated to advance global peace and security, justice, human rights, poverty alleviation, health and environmental sustainability.A vote for the Greens is a vote against your country's self-rule.