by Ethan A. Huff
February 24, 2013
United Nations (UN) scheme to
surreptitiously seize property rights from people worldwide and pack
the world's populations into tiny micro-cities controlled by a
centralized government has a new ally,
Monsanto, which recently
joined the so-called World Business Council for Sustainable
in pushing for the widespread implementation of the
infamous "Agenda 21."
Personal property ownership, the ability
to travel freely, the ability to live without government intrusion
in every area of your life - these and many other liberties will all
disappear if Agenda 21 is fully implemented as intended.
terminator seeds and accompanying chemical technologies, for
instance, have been contaminating and destroying non-GM and organic
crops for years, and the company has actually sued hundreds of
farmers whose land was illegally trespassed by the company's
Grant will also reportedly serve as a councilman on the global sustainable development coalition, the goal of which is to advance what WBCSD outspokenly refers to on its website as a "One World vision," which will essentially transform all of humanity into the likeness of the UN's blueprint for the world.
As covered recently by Michael Snyder over at The Economic Collapse, Agenda 21 exploits environmental problems for the purpose of expanding government control over humanity.
Individual liberties and freedoms, he writes, are ultimately sacrificed in order to meld the world into a one world government control grid, where every human activity is monitored, tracked, and controlled.
Adding to this, a local resident of Summit Hill, Pennsylvania, explained at a council meeting on sustainable development that the purpose of the whole scheme is to,
Plainly stated, this philosophy is a perfect match for the Monsanto business model, which already seeks to control all of agriculture, and eliminate the freedom of individuals to grow crops that are not patented.
Monsanto also hates freedom of
information, as the biotechnology giant spent more than $8 million
to defeat the Proposition 37 ballot measure in California
that would have required the labeling of GMOs at the retail level.