Government Releases Sustainable Development Goals Report Volume 2
Government Lying to the People About So Called ‘Non-binding’ International Agreements
By Graham Williamson
Background ‘Non-Binding’ Agenda 21
For a quarter of a century the Australian government, State governments, and local Councils, have been implementing the United Nations Agenda 21 program in Australia. Agenda 21 has been implemented on a bipartisan basis without the democratic approval of the people. But it is the persistent and pervasive government campaign to falsely convince the people Agenda 21 is ‘non-binding’ (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) and therefore innocuous, which is most alarming. Clearly, any deliberate attempt to force Australians to comply with laws which have been initiated and controlled by a foreign agency constitutes what many would consider to be treasonous activity which is most definitely counter to Australian interests.
And as the Australian government also admits in their “Road to Rio+20” fact sheet, they have been busy forcing Australian citizens to comply with the dictates of the UN and their ‘non-binding’ Agenda 21 program:
Australia has participated in sustainable development discussions for more than four decades. We have signed international treaties, supported regional initiatives and enacted international commitments through new laws and policies at home
Amazingly, in apparent violation of Section 128 of the Constitution, The Australian government emphasises that when the Commonwealth lacks Constitutional authority, international agreements such as Agenda 21 and the 2030 agenda are utilised in order to obtain constitutional justification for policies which would otherwise be unconstitutional:
Poor policies are taking Australia into tough times.
There are four priorities for the coming election.
Firstly: Decimate the Foreign Green Snakes in the Grass.
The climate/emissions obsession started with unelected foreigners in the UN and the IPCC who drafted deep green agendas to be imposed via elected Federal, State and Local governments. Australia must immediately withdraw from the Lima/Paris/Kyoto agreements, reject the 2030 Agenda, and repeal all the green tape they spawned. This costly mess creates no measurable climate or environmental benefits.
Indoctrinating Schoolchildren to Support the
United Nations Global Agenda.
Children Become ‘Activists’ in Support of
UN Climate/Sustainability Agenda.
January 2019 (Summary version)
Note: This analysis is in two documents: the summary below (and its PDF version here: un-education-summary [38 KB] and the full document here: un-education [PDF, 213 KB].
Australian Educational Standards Declining as the Curriculum Becomes Increasingly Politicised
According to reports, Australia is now at the bottom of the list of wealthy countries when it comes to global educational standards. Evidence of political indoctrination of school students, or exploitation of children for political purposes, is extensive in Australia. With an emphasis on climate/sustainability activism, sexual orientation, gender expression, and gender identity, in current ALP policies, Australia is rising to the top of the UN indoctrination rankings.
Global UN Values and ‘Dumbing Down’ of Students Replace Australian Values in Schools
Through the UN Agenda 21 agreement agreed to by the Keating government in 1993, and consolidated by the Howard, Rudd, and Gillard governments, Australian politicians have long been dedicated to destroying traditional Australian values and replacing them with imported ‘global’ values approved by the UN. Education, and our children, have been at the forefront of this anti-Australian campaign. Fear has always been a popular tool used by the UN to achieve their goals as far as indoctrinating children is concerned. Continue reading “UN Indoctrination”
An Enquiry into the Public Scrutiny and Democratic Foundations of Importing Laws via International Agreements
Drafted by Graham Williamson and proposed by the Saltbush Club
Christiana Figueres is a world authority on global climate change and was the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC from 2010-2016. Ms. Figueres is currently Vice-Chair of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy.
Figueres continues: “global society, is moving to the point where we are going to need more and more global governance muscle… Climate change… is only the first of the major, major planetary challenges that we are being given, almost as a playground… to go into that playground and exercise our global governance capacity”
“Agenda 21 stands as a comprehensive blueprint for action to be taken globally — from now into the twenty-first century — by Governments, United Nations organizations, development agencies, non-governmental organizations and independent-sector groups, in every area in which human activity impacts on the environment.”Continue reading “The Naked Truth of Agenda 21”
A NSW judge has stopped development of the small Rocky Hill coking coal mine because the Commonwealth Government has signed the Paris Climate agreement which requires “rapid and deep reduction in GHG emissions”.
Yet another ‘non-binding’ UN global pact upon which to base UN controlled global laws begins its journey through the UN system, supported by the Australian government.
From January 14th-18th UN member countries met in Nairobi to begin negotiating the details of the Global Pact for the Environment. Initially agreed to by the Turnbull government, now being supported by the Morrison government, environmental activists, legal experts, and globalists, are hoping the Pact will address ‘gaps’ in global law, and eventually result in binding global laws which will enforce the provisions of the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Climate Change Agreement. There is even a suggestion that these laws be made ‘non-regressive’ or irreversible, irrespective of scientific or democratic considerations.