The Great Lakes, Agenda 21, and The North American UnionSubmitted by zooamerica on Mon, 04/29/2013 - 21:56
What's the most precious commodity on earth?
Can't live without it. It's more important than oil, or any other natural resource.
If one particular group of very powerful, evil people wanted to take control over the entire world and depopulate the planet how would they do it?
Not like any group of people would ever want to do such a thing, but the mysterious Georgia Guidestones first plank suggests that might actually be the case.
"Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature."
It all boils down to water, (pun intended) because we can't make food without it.
Some crazy dictator probably once said, "He who controls the food controls the people."
True...but he who controls the water controls the food, and the people.
Perhaps Monsanto has something to do with "geo-engineering?"
Monsanto | A Sustainable Agriculture Company
Any time you see the word, "sustainable," it should raise a gigantic Agenda 21 red flag in your Freedom loving mind. I read Agenda 21 about 8 years ago, on the United Nations website. And now it is being implemented in American public schools and universities.
The Great Lakes - Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario - are a dominant part of the physical and cultural heritage of North America.
Shared with Canada and spanning more than 750 miles (1,200 kilometers) from west to east, these vast inland freshwater seas provide water for consumption, transportation, power, recreation and a host of other uses.
The Great Lakes are the largest surface freshwater system on the Earth. Only the polar ice caps contain more fresh water.
84% of North America's surface fresh water
about 21% of the world's supply of surface fresh water
"Shared with Canada"
Whatever happened to all of that, "North American Union," talk?
Seems to have went away.
How can the globalistas resuscitate the NAU?
Nikola Tesla's Speech at Niagara Falls Opening Ceremony
"We have many a monument of past ages; we have the palaces and pyramids, the temples of the Greek and the cathedrals of Christendom. In them is exemplified the power of men, the greatness of nations, the love of art and religious devotion. But the monument at Niagara has something of its own, more in accord with our present thoughts and tendencies. It is a monument worthy of our scientific age, a true monument of enlightenment and of peace. It signifies the subjugation of natural forces to the service of man, the discontinuance of barbarous methods, the relieving of millions from want and suffering"
- Nikola Tesla's speech at the opening ceremony of the hydroelectric power station, January 12, 1897.
Something tells me that president Obama's Chief Science Czar, John P. Holdren would really not like this speech.
Bill Gates and every member of the Bohemian Grove and the Bilderberg Group would be appalled.
Rest in Peace, Jim Tucker...this post's for you.