Wednesday, July 2, 2014

The World's Most Presumptuous Job

As we celebrate our freedom this week, we need to always keep foremost in our minds that there are many who long to strip of us those freedoms.  I was reminded of that again today as I read a LinkedIn article about the man with the most "impossible job in the world."  That man, according to LinkedIn, is Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the UN.  As LinkedIn explains, he is a politician with no constituents who presides over 40,000 employees.  What LinkedIn did not say, is that the UN SG is basically the world's unelected paper dictator--spouting edicts and trying to change national laws and traditions without a "smidgen" of authority to do so.  "Impossible"--unfortunately not.  Maybe it should be better classified as the world's most presumptuous job..

Ban Ki-Moon's goals for his final two years as Secretary General include getting the world to work together to solve the problem of global climate change and creating gender parity between men and women.  He is working on the gender parity issue right there at the UN by promoting women. 

I have written extensively over the last two years about the UN campaign to get the developed nations of the world (mainly the U.S.) to embrace a Spartan, austere lifestyle which will bring us all into line with Agenda 21, the United Nation's environmental policy document adopted in 1992. Agenda 21 calls abolition of private property, single family home ownership and private transportation in favor of densely packed public housing, public transportation and collective ownership.  In the US. this is being heavily marketed to Americans using the buzz words "sustainability" "green" and "Smart".  Virtually every new program and initiative today features something "green".  No one is safe.  I was watching "Dora the Explorer" a few days ago with my six year old nephew and I was horrified to see that the entire episode was devoted to Dora and friends winning first place at the science fair with their green energy project.

In 2014, we are starting to feel the practical impacts of Agenda 21.  Obama's new EPA regulations will double electric rates by 2014.  These higher rates are essential to implementing Agenda 21 in the U.S.  When electric rates skyrocket, Americans will be more inclined to move into the small, densely packed housing that is needed for a sustainable future  With the cancellation of the Keystone Pipeline project, we will see higher gas prices.  High gas prices are also essential to the UN's goals.  Al Gore has publicly complained that Americans won't change their driving habits until gasoline is at least $6.00 a gallon.   No wonder the president would not authorize Keystone XL.

But wait--there's more.  The UN wants to stop "over-consumption of food" and actually devotes days of the year to encouraging people to eat less.  This initiative is the true basis of many of the First Lady's anti-obesity programs.  I wrote about how this will impact us in The Real Hunger Games.

This September, the UN will host a global climate change summit in New York City.  Ban Ki Moon sees this crusade to massively expand poverty and reduce our standard of living to that of a third world nation as his mission--his primary job.  Daniel Roth writes in LinkedIn, "The United Nations' goal is to make this whole world sustainable in social, economic and environmental ways."

Actually, Ban Ki Moon should crack open a history book.  The role of the UN after World War II was to prevent another World War.  That was the sole reason that this organization was established after the end of the Second World War--not to tell us how to live, where to live, what to eat or what to consume.  Looking back at the last  69 years I would say that they have basically done a dismal job.

The day after tomorrow we celebrate America's freedom.  Ban Ki-Moon's aggressive UN devoted to promoting climate change agendas is one of the greatest threats to freedom that our world has seen.  Let all patriots take note.
If you want to learn more about the United Nations' initiative Agenda 21, and what it could mean to the future and prosperity of our nation, watch this video:

Alexandra Swann is the author of No Regrets: How Homeschooling Earned me a Master's Degree at Age Sixteen and several other books. Her novel, The Planner, about an out of control, environmentally-driven federal government implementing Agenda 21, is available on Kindle and in paperback. For more information, visit her website at

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