Can You Imagine:

  • Humanity being viewed as an interference on our own planet by influential Governments, NGOs and Corporations?
  • A verifiable, well-laid out plan to prevent your access to 50% of earth's land and ocean surface by 2050?
  • Humanity to be contained in Smart Cities away from the natural beauty of Earth, reduced mainly to walking and biking within 15 mins of home?

For further information on this, read on.

Under the UN sustainable development goals and the Aichi biodiversity target, to name just two of the program players, the mission is to reclaim 30% of earth's land and ocean surface by 2030, and 50% by 2050 for the purpose of 'conservation'.

The Australian Government and Aboriginal Land Council have been buying up millions of hectares for decades, with large acquisitions and extensive land claims over the last decade, with more to come.

The main premise of the purchases by the Federal and State governments is for conservation, in the name of climate change.

Using the environment as a taxation of the people

However, you will see as you read through our related articles on this topic, the use of the land is not just for conservation.

The new economy of carbon capture and carbon trading is the underlying goal, worth $trillions of dollars in trade.

There are valid concerns by landowners and farmers that, unless their properties are deemed as essential agriculture approved by the government, they will either be claimed by the Land Council, acquired by negotiation or resumed (also known as land resumption).

The document Agenda 2030 - Australia's implementation of UN Sustainable Development Goals, gives an overview for the protection of natural spaces in the name of climate change and community wellbeing.

The implementation and underlying meaning of this is multifold when read together with the "30 by 30 plan" and the Aichi Biodiversity Target and World Economic Forum Agendas.

The wording of the document implies that protection of natural spaces and the wider environment from human interference will ensure the freeing up of land for economic use.

The Line- Compact human habitat

Furthermore, we will not have free reign to access these spaces as we once did. In fact, the Smart Cities plan outlined below is to create high-density urban populations in order to reduce the outspread of humans to rural spaces.

The implications of this is huge, and potentially devastating to thousands upon thousands of livelihoods and generational properties.

The Australian government has been purchasing millions of hectares of land over the past 20 years, with more on their hit list in the biggest land grab since colonialism started.

In the name of climate change, the vision of governments, the World Economic Forum and United Nations is to reserve 50% of the earth for the earth, limiting human habitation to the remaining 50%. You can read more on the plan to remove humans from half of the planet in The Guardian.

Basic Planning Points of Smart Cities

  • Build Back Better and Smart Cities are based on moving people from rural areas via “resilience” planning, forcing rural and urban habitation into “precincts” of high-density communities.
  • The plan is to remove all fuel cars off the road, and replace with electric cars and public transport, in addition to biking and walking within 15 minutes of home. Whilst this may appear to be beneficial to all, the bigger underlying picture is cause for alarm.
  • 24-hour surveillance of public spaces with all amenities connected to the Internet of Things, including you.

Discover the Healthy Cities plans for Australia here

  • Furthermore, with the 15-20 minute city, you will be encouraged to only move within your 15-20 minute radius for the most part.
  • Does this mean we are all limited to where we travel, or will we need a passport to travel outside of our radius?
  • Will we be able to access National Parks and State Forests at all?

The dark side of this plan is outlined in altruistic language in an article in The Lancet.

This article was found on the The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre where your health, activities and living standards in relation to mitigating climate change are discussed as the responsibility of government and unelected NGO's.

Australian Smart Cities

Their Rationale for why we Need to be in Habitats for "Our Own Good"

"Many city leaders have vowed to “build back better” through 15-minute or car-free neighbourhoods or zero emission areas, with proximate destinations, public open space, and expanded walking and bicycle infrastructure.

Among the cities studied, a substantial proportion of urban dwellers lived in neighbourhoods with urban design and transport features well below thresholds that support active and sustainable lifestyles, particularly in North America and Australia"

This is according to the WHO and WEF-funded academics in their ivory towers. You can read more in The Lancet about what they have planned for us all and how they use climate change and Covid-19 as their springboard to dystopia

Follow the link below, to the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs to get to a PDF report on the 'Implementation of the sustainable development goals for Australia' which is not far down the page.
For the dedicated diggers, you can read through the 130-page document, and gather your own thoughts on what the underlying inferences may be.

Source: Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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