… World Governance is their Aim
Anticipate their next moves to achieve their objective, such as false flags and emergency summits to announce international agreements.
More telling, however, will be their actions.
For they will not invite you to attend, they will not provide full video coverage of their meetings (speeches are merely staged acting), and they will not provide full disclosure of the documents, with origins, and all who attend – including advisors and observers. The non-disclosure and secrecy nature is a feature of the ruler/master to the slave/citizen relationship.
Consider how they will force compliance, taxation, mass surveillance, cashless society, and other means.
Expect to see and read summit headlines empty of any details with specificity.
Note the rare and much hyped appearance of the Pope to address the U.N. (and the ancient Roman empire influence continues)…
September (Autumnal Equinox) apparently is a ritual month, never forget the September 9, 2001 false flag, and please search the internet for September ritual sacrifices.
Pope Francis is scheduled for Washington DC·Philadelphia·New York:
- to address a joint meeting of Congress on Sept. 24, 2015
- to visit the White House
- to speak at the United Nations: 25 Sept. 2015
- to participate in a massive Catholic rally for families in Philadelphia 26 & 27 Sept. 2015
Question everything and follow the money. Remember it is not an Accident, it is Policy. ~Ron
(Vatican Radio) The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon met with Pope Francis in the Vatican on Tuesday before going on to address a conference exploring the moral issues connected to climate change. The one day international symposium has been organized by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and will include a video message to participants from Pope Francis about the Christian imperative of stewardship of creation. The UN leader said he had a “fruitful and wide ranging conversation with the Pope and he commended participants in the symposium for raising awareness of the urgent need to tackle climate change and promote sustainable development
Your Eminence Monsignor Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo,
Your Eminence Cardinal Peter Turkson,
I thank the Pontifical Academy of Sciences for hosting this important symposium, and His Holiness Pope Francis for extending such a warm welcome.
Pope Francis and I have just had a fruitful and wide ranging conversation.
I commend His Holiness, and all faith and scientific leaders here, for raising awareness of the urgent need to promote sustainable development and address climate.
Mitigating climate change and adapting to its effects are necessary to eradicate extreme poverty, reduce inequality and secure equitable, sustainable economic development.
That is why I say climate change is the defining issue of our time.
Responding to it effectively is essential for sustainable development.
This year, with the upcoming encyclical, the Sustainable Development Goals Summit in September, and a global climate agreement, we have an unprecedented opportunity to articulate –and create – a more sustainable future and a life of dignity for all. –United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
In September, The U.N. Launches Major Sustainable Development Agenda for Entire Planet | Agenda 21
The UN plans to launch a brand new plan for managing the entire globe at the Sustainable Development Summit that it will be hosting from September 25th to September 27th, 2015.
“For those wishing to expand the scope of “global governance”, sustainable development is the perfect umbrella because just about all human activity affects the environment in some way. The phrase “for the good of the planet” can be used as an excuse to micromanage virtually every aspect of our lives.
So for those that are concerned about the growing power of the United Nations, this summit in September is something to keep an eye on.
Never before have I seen such an effort to promote a UN summit on the environment, and this new sustainable development agenda is literally a framework for managing the entire” [Earth].
The United Nations is now in the process of defining Sustainable Development Goals as part a new sustainable development agenda that must finish the job and leave no one behind. This agenda, to be launched at the Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015, is currently being discussed at the UN General Assembly, where Member States and civil society are making contributions to the agenda.The process of arriving at the post 2015 development agenda is Member State-led with broad participation from Major Groups and other civil society stakeholders. There have been numerous inputs to the agenda, notably a set of Sustainable Development Goals proposed by an open working group of the General Assembly, the report of an intergovernmental committee of experts on sustainable development financing, General Assembly dialogues on technology facilitation and many others.
One More Reminder:
Institutional governance have not asked for your thoughts, they are implementing restrictions on (herding) you without your consent.
National slave farms agreeing to herd their domesticated live stock World Wide.
Can you say world wide CA$H Cows?
STATE SPONSORED… ~Ron