We watched the moving speech of her father coping with his stammer at the beginning of WW2 in The King’s Speech, but it appears that neither he nor she has any idea as to who is actually pulling the strings. Royalty wouldn’t want to ever fall foul of the powerful, who might overturn their privileged position. That would be understandable.
But does The Queen really understand the speech she is reading out in this clip at the opening of Britain’s Parliament, in which she declares that the priorities of the UN are the priorities of ‘my’ government? Surely she knows that one day the real emperors will emerge from behind the scenes, and that her throne could be sidelined or usurped. Until that moment she will be used to dupe the British nation into subservience. Our soldiers will continue to be sent to kill and die in favour of the profits of the oil cartel and the central bankers.
Here is the clip of The Queen opening Parliament saying that she approves of the United Nations’ agenda becoming the purpose of her rule –
Here is the bit she doesn’t get – the real agenda of the United Nations.
It includes amongst other things an ending of Christianity and all Christian rituals. The Cross will not be permitted as a religious symbol.
Does the Queen know this?
Does the Queen no longer believe in God?
Maybe it’s time she checked out the United Nation’s Agenda 21 and Habitat 2, before she reads out too many more speeches which suggest it has her full support.
Here’s a slice of the story to save Her Majesty some time in checking this out –
The UN Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) which met June 3-14 in Istanbul, painted an alarming picture of the 21st century community. The American ways – free speech, individualism, travel, and Christianity- are out.
A new set of economic, environmental, and social guidelines are in. Citizenship, democracy, and education have been redefined – such as the end of national sovereignty and private property.
Handpicked civil leaders will implement UN “laws”, bypassing state and national representatives to work directly with the UN – Heard of Common Purpose, anyone?
And politically correct “tolerance”- meaning “the rejection of dogmatism and absolutism” as well as “appreciation” for the world’s religions and lifestyles – is “not only a moral duty, it is also a political and legal requirement.” – Christians will be merged with Moslems, and all other religions without the opportunity to refuse, unless you like the idea of internment in a concentration camp.
Hard to believe? Not for veteran UN observers who faced boos and hisses for expressing concern in open UN assemblies. Nor for pro-family members of NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) who faced exclusion from public dialogues for opposing feminist commander Bella Abzug and her radical agenda. And not for those who watched the ecstatic welcome given Fidel Castro and his anti-American diatribe.
Yet, our president and our non-elected American delegates, headed by U.S. Secretary Henry Cisneros, endorse this revolutionary plan, and our U.S. Department of Education is already establishing the framework for its local implementation. Why? What is happening?
PRO-COMMUNIST IDEALS. “We are the world and the world does not yield to masters nor to suicidal policies,” declared Castro, concluding his June 14 plenary remarks aimed at Western capitalist nations. “The world does not accept that a minority of selfish, insane and irresponsible people lead it to annihilation.”
“Fidel, Fidel…” shouted the audience. The thunderous applause followed him all the way back to the Cuban section on the other side of the hall, where fans lined up to shake his hand.
Why are you so enthusiastic?” I asked some of his fans after the session.
“Because he stood up to America,” someone answered.
“Because he is a living myth,” explained another. “He was a simple guerrilla, fighting for the oppressed against the rich and powerful.”
“Fighting for the oppressed…” The UN claims that mission, but third-world women who have faced its abusive birth control practices tell a different story.
Like the Communist Manifesto, the alluring UN promises designed to win support cloak an agenda that shows little compassion once power has been won.
In fact, Communist ideology permeated major NGO (non-governmental organizations) workshops, official UN literature, and the organizational guidelines for local communities. Entering the huge “Best Practices” exhibition of model cities, visitors immediately faced wall-sized pictures and elaborate models of Chinese housing projects and community plans. Displays from the rest of the world shared the strips along the outer perimeter of the cavernous hall.
Behind the huge Chinese section, visitors watched Turner Broadcasting videos. Featuring Jane Fonda who once brought anti-American greetings to North Vietnam, each film taught a politically correct plan for personal empowerment: A roomful of men learn to use Singer sewing machines. Women are trained to run a collective construction company. A sad mother holding a crying baby brings a politically correct message: “Baby Miguel’s life would be different if his mother was educated and working.” A tough Jamaican supervisor at a women’s collective shouts, “We don’t want to make babies, we want to make money! We can become meaningful people to society without having children! WE MUST PRODUCE, NOT REPRODUCE!”
Where did we hear that one before – Work Makes Free etc.?
POPULATION CONTROL. The Turner-Fonda message matches the feminist agenda. Former U.S. congresswoman Bella Abzug, who had led the onslaught on traditional values at the 1995 UN conference in Beijing, now helped engineer an official partnership between UN leaders, national delegates, and NGOs that support the UN gender agenda.
Stationed around the world, her feminist troops promise to serve as watchdogs, making sure “civil society” implements their program for indoctrinating students with feminist ideology. Inspired by the spirits of earthy goddesses such as Athena and Ishtar whom they worshipped in Beijing, they have little tolerance for Christians and others who oppose their agenda.
“We want to change things,” declared Abzug. “We’ll be on executive boards. We want the participation of NGOs on the security council.”
She serves the globalist purpose well. Mobilizing worldwide rebellion against Christian values, pushing birth control and gender-role equality for every family, demanding sex education for every student, and requiring international surveillance to monitor compliance, her followers are speeding the global revolution. Like countless other UN partners, they are winning by propaganda, intimidation, and growing popular consent.
Population Control Means Controlling People Not Just Births
Note that population control means controlling people, not merely births. Regarded as international law, the Habitat Agenda negotiated in Istanbul includes all the intrusive action plans outlined at former UN world conferences. “We want to ensure that previously endorses language [from former UN conferences] is upheld and incorporated into this document,” declared Henry Cisneros, U.S. Secretary for Housing and Urban Development (HUD) who led the US delegation.
This “international law” would limit not only the size of the world population but also housing, production, consumption, parenting, communication, and religious expression. Its alarming resemblance to the USSR Constitution implies far greater restrictions than those specifically stated in the Habitat Agenda. Since many specifics were detailed at previous UN conferences, it cannot be fully understood outside the context of the progressive plan for global governance as outlined in all the documents.
Training in global citizenship would begin with the universal education system outlined at the 1990 UN World Conference on Education for All. It matches Goals 2000, America’s version of the international education system. Already molding minds around the world, the UN plan for “lifelong learning” indoctrinates young and old with the socialist ideology and earth-centered spirituality designed to create solidarity, an essential element to the envisioned world of peace.
SOLIDARITY. Traditional beliefs simply don’t fit the UN vision for 21st Century communities. To find more universal values, Habitat leaders convened a day-long “Dialogue” on the meaning of Solidarity at the elegant Ciragan Palace in Istanbul. The official list of 21 panel members included former Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek, historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr, and Maurice Strong who led the 1992 UN conference on environment.
“I have gathered leaders with tremendous wisdom and prestige,” began Habitat Secretary-General Wally N’Dow. “They are bringing the spiritual dimension-the only ingredient that can bind societies together.” He had chosen an American moderator who would add credibility to the discussion: Robert MacNeil (of MacNeil-Lehrer), “one of the spiritual lights of the media industry today.”
This hand-picked “interfaith group” left little doubt that solidarity meant a universal shift to the new globalist-New Age paradigm (or world-view). “Change your whole way of thinking, because the new order of the spirit is confronting and challenging you,” said Millard Fuller, President of Habitat for Humanity.
“Citizenship for the next century is learning to live together,” said Federico Mayor, Director General of UNESCO. “The 21st Century city will be a city of social solidarity…. We have to redefine the words… [and write a new] social contract.”
“We should stop bemoaning the growth of cities,” added Dr. Ismail Serageldin, Vice President of The World Bank. “It’s going to happen and it’s a good thing, because cities are the vectors of social change and transformation. Let’s just make sure that social change and transformation are going in the right direction.” Later he added, “The media must act as part of the education process that counters individualism.”
The heart of lifelong education would be spiritual training. “What’s needed is an interfaith center in every city of the globe,” said James Morton, dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine, who organized the panel. “The new interfaith centers will honor the rituals of every… faith tradition: Islam, Hinduism, Jain, Christian [a cross-less version that blends with other beliefs]… and provide opportunity for sacred expressions needed to bind the people of the planet into a viable, meaningful, and sustainable solidarity.”
TAP – Bang – there’s goes any mention of Jesus Christ’s cruxifixion and resurrection in future.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. The guiding principle of the new universal education system is “sustainable development.” People everywhere must be taught “facts” about environmental “risks” that are sensational enough to scare them into compliance. They must be persuaded to accept unthinkable limits on consumption, land use, transportation, and family size. Everyone must protect resources for future generations, say UN leaders, but they agree that the real meaning of sustainability is based on the E’s: Environment, Economy, and Equity, which point to a redistribution of the world’s resources-money, energy, water, and people-in order to create global equality.
TAP – That usually means give all your money and property to the state, and only a privileged few can actually live any kind of decent lives.
History has shown the emptiness of these promises. Long ago the Communist Manifesto announced a proletarian revolution which would empower the poor by redistributing wealth. Everyone would be equal. Men and women alike would join the socialist workforce, and children would be trained by the state.
It happened! All but the leaders became equally poor, and all the children were indoctrinated with an anti-Christian socialist philosophy. Morally and economically, the masses sank to the level of the lowest common denominator.
The similarities between the Communist Manifesto and the UN agenda (outlined in the Beijing Declaration and incorporated into the Habitat Agenda) should be a call to action. Both revolutions–
* Use psychology and sociology to establish the victimhood, blame and anger needed to fuel the revolution.
* Use education to conform minds to the new ideology.
* Use synthesis (blending opposing views into compromise beliefs that match new goals) to produce group consensus.
* Promise economic equality to seduce the masses.
* Spread hatred toward “extremists” who refuse to compromise.
The Communist Manifesto led to religious, moral and economic bankruptcy. Yet UN-led activists and their US partners are determined to fulfill their utopian visions.
IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN. The US Network for Habitat II is one of a myriad of national and international UN organizations committed to carry out the UN plan in local communities. “The Network is a forum for making sure people are heard,” explained one of its leaders. “Its role is to tie together the messages from all six UN conferences into practical action.”7
“Partnerships will be increasingly important,” he continued. “People in faith communities can help us. We use the African proverb: “‘It takes a village to raise a child.’
…Collaboration that links…government, the private sector, and the civil sector.”
TAP – that’s pure William Hague and David Cameron. They’ve obviously booked their tickets in the first class cabin. Next time you hear public/private partnership, just remember what it actually means. The state takes your property away from you, and Hague and Cameron get to use it for themselves or their boyfriends and other hangers-on.
Do you see the resemblance to the “People’s Government” that characterized the local “soviets” in the former USSR? Lenin knew he couldn’t win through representative democracy, so he organized local assemblies called Soviets. Linked through a national federation of Soviets, each local Soviet was ruled by the uneducated proletariat, the “raw material to be molded by an audacious leader” skilled in the use of propaganda. Private merchants, landlords, and priests were excluded from leadership.
TAP – These imbeciles can’t cope with anyone being educated as they can’t compete with intelligence. So they resort to bullying.
The chosen elites were supervised and disciplined by rulers at a higher level. Few dared complain. As Andrei Vishinsky wrote in The Law of the Soviet State, “There can be no place for freedom of speech, press, and so on for the foes of socialism.”
The UN plan matches US plans. The UN agenda fits well into the policy-making framework already being established in US communities. Three official plans for transforming cities show how UN tactics for change works hand-in-globe with US strategies.
In 1995, school districts from coast to coast were asked to use Education Secretary Riley’s Community Action Toolkit to change public opinion and win support for Goals 2000. In 1996, two similar plans for local transformation were introduced:
* The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide, the Habitat II action plan based on Agenda 21, the environmental program negotiated at the 1992 UN World Conference on Environment and Development.
* Sustainable America: A New Consensus, a report by The President’s Council for Sustainable Development.
The striking similarity between the three plans suggest an alarming cooperation between the UN and US authors. All three share the following buzzwords or concepts: partnerships, consensus, lifelong learning, baselines or benchmarks, monitoring, assessment, data gathering, systemic change, system thinking, social development, etc. All stress the need to measure, assess, and monitor progress.
All are designed to bypass traditional government and govern people through a form of “citizens” or “grassroots participation” which the Encyclopedia Britannica refers to as “totalitarian democracy” and Communist leaders have called “People’s Government.” In the US, this system is already bypassing both state and national representative governments. As in Lenin’s Soviets, neither UN forums nor the US community meetings on education will acknowledge dissenting voices. Resisters are silenced by trained facilitators who only record voices that echo the “right” ideology.
Notice below how the UN’s Local Agenda 21 and President Clinton’s Sustainable America fit into the new bureaucratic framework already being established through America’s official Community Action Toolkit. Note also how they match Hitler’s strategies, which he learned from watching the USSR.