United Nations plans to bankrupt developed world with carbon taxes while controlling our lives with “green” policies.
August 15, 2012
As a sometimes frequent traveler, I’ve repeatedly been bombarded by mindless propaganda at hotels across the United States lecturing about the use of towels in relation to saving the environment. Apart from a few hotels in actual desert regions devoid of water, this is mostly just a public relations stunt to promote a green agenda, with little if any tangible results and plenty of implied guilt to do one’s part.
This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen one overtly linked with the United Nations’ Agenda 21 program, which countless critics have exposed as a plan to stifle development and saddle nations with debt paid directly to the bankers in the name of saving planet earth. (Nevermind the real corporate polluters actually wrecking the globe.) Author Rosa Koire rightly calls it a “green mask” to conceal a far more insidious agenda for total control under United Nations auspices.
As these images from a hotel in Germany show, the flyer which promises to save 1 tree for every 5 towels not used includes a “Planet 21” logo branding the chain’s participation in “sustainable development,” the unmistakable buzzword for Agenda 21.
The back of the flyer confirms that this is indeed part of the United Nations’ Agenda 21 environmental program (for eco-tyranny).
Germany was the first nation to have a “Green Party” to gain national prominence, dating back to 1980. Now, environmental controls over daily life can be seen everywhere. Soon, they will be as prevalent across the rest of the Western world as these controls are in places like Germany and California.
For instance, my rental car, like all the others, must display a round, green decal known as an “umweltplakette” in the window proving that a carbon tax was paid in order to drive in restricted areas, a.k.a. “Green Zones” as they are termed by the government (see map). Environmentally sensitive roadways are marked by signs as one enters the downtown areas. Those without the sticker can be fined if stopped in unauthorized areas.
Likewise, the zoo here bragged about its participation in a renewable resources program: