April 5, 2012
An organization calling itself “The Regeneration Project” calls for governments and NGO’s to create “personal carbon quotas, essentially making carbon a new form of currency for Individuals.”
In addition the group suggests “expanding the mandate of the UN Security Council to include environmental issues and security issues related to the environment” as well as “an International Court for the Environment (ICE) to settle disputes related to the environment and international environmental law.”
A global carbon policy, in other words, enforced by global carbon cops. Furthermore, the group advocates implementation of population stabilization policies at the earth summit to be held in Rio in June of this year.
In their manifest Bringing Rio Closer the organization, describing itself as a “collaborative and multi-facetted initiative by Globescan and SustainAbility”, proposes among other things that the UN mandates governments to execute their population reduction agenda:
“Securing commitments from governments to try to stabilize global population”, the document reads.
Stabilize the global population no less, and using the state (governments) as the enforcers of policies designed to achieve that goal. Here we have yet another example, which we document exhaustively, of key globalist players proposing far-reaching measures to exercise control over the masses. One of the ways of enforcing the agreed upon proposals is, what the Regeneration Project calls: “an International Court for the Environment (ICE) to settle disputes related to the environment and international environmental law.”
Another measure proposed by the Regeneration Project:
-Establishing a World Environment Organization (WEO);
This is quite a set of proposals issued by the group that would raise our eyebrows if the group was not co-sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and the World Bank. We have come to expect such things from these organizations. It was the World Bank which back in 1984 suggested (page eight) that “drastic steps” will be necessary if developing nations do not comply with their population control directives.
It was not the first time that the Regeneration Project sought to curb the human population. In their paper Unfinished Business the group advises governments to keep the population under a certain number, reminiscent of the Georgia Guidestones:
“(…) stabilizing population to not more than eight billion people”, the Unfinished Business report explains.
Leading up to the next UN’s “earth summit” we see an acceleration of calls for global population control and global government. We can expect to feel even more dark energy emanating from the scientific dictatorship in the weeks and months to come.