What is sustainable development? What is “unsustainable”?
At first glance, “sustainable development” –and the idea of teaching it in schools, museums, zoos, movies, media and planning commissions– might sound so reasonable as to make anyone opposing the sustainable obsession appear quite stupid.
“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” http://www.sd-commission.org.uk/pages/what-is-sustainable-development.html
But when you do a little digging, you see that it’s insane to follow “sustainability” as defined by the United Nations’ –and increasingly, the U.S. Dept. of Education’s, programs.
The U.N. wants to influence all students –and all humans– to focus on forced “sustainability” to the exclusion of all other things. All Other Things.
This stack-n-pack high rise is supposedly the ideal for a globally sustainable future. It makes the humans take up less space so the plants can grow. This is your sustainable future if the U.N. gets its way.
No private homes. No private property. No golf courses, no grazing flocks, no intrusions on the earth with scuba diving or snowskiing. Rip up pavement so that as few paved roads as possible remain. And allow few human births.
It’s not a horror movie. It’s the actual plan of UNESCO and many, many other “globally minded” politicians and individuals.
Read, read. It’s all referenced. Everything I am writing here is linked to documents you can verify, all written by the United Nations, not by any critic of the U.N.
So, “UNSUSTAINABLE” choices now include:
- Using cars, planes, or even ice in your beverage – this, according to Rajendra Pachauri, the chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/29/rajendra-pachauri-climate-warning-copenhagen
- The use of oil and coal that heat our homes and run our cars – according to the United Nations’ World Meteorological Association http://www.gcrio.org/ipcc/qa/04.html
and, according to the UNEP Global Biodiversity Assessment Report, it’s also unsustanable to have:
- Ski Runs
- Grazing of Livestock: cows, sheep, goats, horses
- Scuba Diving
- Disturbance of the Soil Surface
- Large hoofed animals
- Fencing of Pastures or Paddocks
- Modern Farm Production Systems
- Building Materials
- Industrial Activities
- Human-Made “caves” of brick and mortar, concrete and steel
- Paved and Tarred roads, highways, rails
- Floor and Wall Tiles
- Technology Improvements
- Farmlands, Rangelands
- Pastures, Rangelands
- Fish Ponds
- Modern Hunting
- Harvesting of Timber
- Logging Activities
- Fossil Fuels – Used for driving various kinds of machines
- Dams, Reservoirs, Straightening Rivers
- Power Line Construction
- Economic systems that fail to set a proper value on the environment
- Inappropriate Social Structures
- Weaknesses in Legal and Institutional Systems
- Modern Attitudes toward nature – Judaeo-Christian-Islamic religions
- Private Property
- Population Growth – Human Population Density
- Consumerism and population figures
- Fragmentation of Habitat – cemeteries, derelict lands, rubbish tips, etc.
- Sewers, Drain Systems, Pipelines
- Land use that serves human needs
- Golf Courses
- Synthetic drugs
- Fragmentation – Agricultural development, etc.
For links to the above list, see page numbers here: UNEP Global Biodiversity Assessment Report. Here are scanned copies of this list and if you continue to scroll down the pdf, you will see the actual referenced pages from the Global Biodiversity Assessment. Thanks go to the Freedom Advocates, who compiled most of the above on their website.
PAGE REFERENCES from “The Global Biodiversity Assessment” <scanned article and relevant pages
It seems that the “sustainablists” are driven by the desire to control humanity without fully considering the wider impacts of what happens when you take away protective Constitutions, personal property and local sovereignty, for the reason that “sustainability” demands it.
The UK sustainablists write: “the focus of sustainable development is far broader than just the environment. It’s also about ensuring a strong, healthy and just society. This means meeting the diverse needs of all people in existing and future communities, promoting personal wellbeing, social cohesion and inclusion, and creating equal opportunity.”
The ultimate way to enforce equality is to redistribute everything and enforce that redistribution with government/military force.