Agenda 21 - sustainability

This is our guide to the United Nations Agenda 21 program for sustainability.

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Agenda 21 is the United Nations plan for sustainability and development for the 21st century. It came into being at the United Nations summit in Rio de Janiero in 1992. Set up to address the issue of climate change and global warming, Agenda 21 is designed to replace control and freedom with authority and control by taking control of the environment, resources and entire populations.

"Agenda 21 is a plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations in the United Nations system, governments and major groups in every area where humans impact on the environment."

There are nine core objectives to Agenda 21.

1. Move people out of rural communities and assign them new homes in urban areas.

From this you have the practice of social cleansing where people can be moved, often against their will, to new housing and communities. This process can completely disrupt and destroy someone's life especially when there are no incentives and  no infrastructure in place to help them recover and rebuild their lives. This can have a traumatic emotional and psychological impact which can take years to recover from.

2. Create large wilderness spaces outside urban zones to be inhabited by large carnivores.

This is further interference by Mankind in Nature and biodiversity, which exists in a delicate balance, and can cause widespread disruption of entire ecosystems.

3. Reform transportation by replacing cars and flying with high speed trains and walkable cities.

While Qultura is supportive of public transportation and ecological forms of fuel consumption and transportation (green energy) such transportation has to be reliable and accessible to everyone. Please consider that within this infrastructure, for example, there is no provision for groups of people with motor disabilities to use public transport.

4. Support 'chosen' private businesses and corporations with public funds for 'sustainable development'.

On principle we have nothing against sustainable development, in fact Qultura supports sustainable development and any reduction in mass consumption and restriction of the use of finite resources. But there has to be also respect for human rights and as we can see with the development of the 5G network and IOT (internet of things) actions taken cannot be harmful or hazardous for people, nature and humanity.

5. Make policy decisions that favour the 'greater good' over individuals.

This means that the State decides on matters of your education and employment, not you. Qultura is very strongly opposed to any such measures. We are energetic beings guided by a stream of consciousness. Each one of us is guided by a Life Path and a natural trajectory of emotional and cognitive development which maps out our development and life (see Theory > Individuality) which gives us value. There is no respect for human creativity, which is a fundamental element of existence.

The purpose of existence of life and existence is to develop consciousness and this is the objective of the universe itself, of evolution and Nature and there are very clear principles of universal law where the taking of decisions and making of choices, and acting upon them carry consequences. Universal law is absolute, immutable and fixed. This means that the collective is always imperfect. This Agenda 21 objective allows for authoritarianism, which is contrary to universal law and which will result in chaos, disorder and enslavement rather than harmony, structure and order.

6. Drastically reduce the use of power, water and anything else which creates 'carbon pollution'.

Carbon pollution is not the core issue of climate change and global warming - living beings naturally produce CO2 and CH4 - the dangerous component of climate change and global warming is high frequency energy - which is the danger and hazard of the developing 5G network. High frequency energy is dark energy which does not and cannot support life. If it did then the Earth's atmosphere would extend into the solar system itself.

Everything is subject to universal law and this includes climate change and global warming. High frequency energy is produced through the burning of fossil fuels, through warfare, explosions, detonations and radiation. The frequency of energy can only be reduced through mirroring, creativity and interaction. This is why the polar ice caps are so fundamentally important to climate change, because winter is the only season where high frequency energy can be projected back out into space.

This is why Qultura advocates massive investment in cultural development and the promotion of human creativity and interaction in real time, face to face ways, for the simple fact that it reduces the frequency of atmospheric energy.

7. Use bureaucracies to make decisions out of democratic processes.

Again this objective does not take into account universal law. Democracy is achieved through the sharing of power at local community level where a consensus is reached and this consensus is transferred upwards. The biggest and most serious impediment to democracy is party politics which is resistant to cultural development and social progress because political parties seek to concentrate power for themselves and maintain control.

There is some awareness of this conflict in what is known as progressive but the problem is that the parties which talk about being progressive either aren't progressive enough, not progressive at all, or indeed are more conservative than progressive.

There needs to be a much greater emphasis on government at local community level and more centrally, much more emphasis placed on coalition politics where parties share power for the greater good.

8. Increase taxes, fees and privatize public services.

This is the objective which, arguably more than any other, undermines the entire Agenda 21 program. The root cause of the many social, economic and environmental issues we face is unrestricted monetarism and capitalism which places the acquisition of profit and concentration of financial, material and property as a priority which drives forward social progress and human evolution.

This is contrary to universal law, places an economic value on every human being, and is what is driving forward the development of the above issues and all the social disorder, chaos, division and enslavement.

Individual human creativity is what develops culture, and it is cultural development which drives forward social progress and human evolution. This is not to be taken as any argument against wealth, prosperity or material comfort as it is a natural human desire to want to live in conditions which are comfortable and which promote mental and emotional development. But this needs to be shared and made accessible to everyone and this can only be achieved through the sharing of power and resources and the promotion of community initiatives which emphasize non profit, humanitarian, ecological and social values. We have to stop living to excess and address the growing issues of social division, inequality and social exclusion.

9. Reduce the population through various depopulation strategies.

This places the responsibility for the social, economic and environmental issues on overpopulation and not the actual cause which is inequality and social and political failure. Currently the world population stands (mid 2017) at 7.5 billion and the objective is said to be a target 'sustainable' 1 billion or less.

One of the chief depopulation strategies is the revival of the controversial eugenics T4 programme developed under Nazi Germany where the sick, mentally ill and people with disabilities as well as older people are being denied access to community support, social security and healthcare. We can see this in the United Kingdom with such measures as the Liverpool Care Pathway and the widespread use of benefit sanctions by the Department of Work and Pensions.

We have enough technology, resources, space, property to properly educate, feed, clothe, house, and employ everyone and doing so would use far less resources than is currently being used. Currently according to UNESCO figures 22,000 children alone die as a result of social exclusion worldwide on a daily basis. Qultura estimates that as many as 72% of the world's population are struggling to survive and in the United Kingdom this figure is approaching 35% of the population.

While we support the concept of sustainability because it is fundamental for the functioning of communities, society and for Nature and the planet, we support any renegotiation of Agenda 21 objectives to ones which are far more socially responsible and environmentally friendly.

No is still an option.