This is the final part to a series of articles I had written on real estate.
When hurricane Sandy hit the tri-state region in November 2012, most of us who grew up in such proximity to the ocean knew that at a full moon and high tide we would experience some serious flooding. Fortunately, there was little to no rain, so we were spared a catastrophe, but the media spun this as a “superstorm” and repeated the mantra of climate change when it was nothing more than an average hurricane that hit the northeast. Weeks later, my grandfather got a knock on the door from the EPA to give him a $20,000 fine for contaminating a lagoon with pool water caused by the hurricane. They pulled out satellite images before the storm, during, and after showing “contamination.” The hundreds if not thousands of homes that had experiences like this are never discussed. Nevertheless, this story is real and a small example of the tentacles looking into pummeling the middle class out of existence under the guise of “saving mother earth.”
It should be no secret that driving all of these changes in the real estate market is the climate change agenda. The year 2030 has become some kind of utopian endpoint for all globalist projects, such as the U.N.’s’ Agenda 21/2030 (Sustainable Development) and the World Economic Forum’s 2030Vision. Intersecting with the Great Reset and its endpoint are mass vaccinations (monopolize/centralize the healthcare system), lockdowns (drive down consumption), the virus plot line (sowing discontent, discouraging interpersonal communications) and women’s empowerment (bandwagon effect, lower birthrate).
It all harkens back to the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in 1972 and 1976 United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, which states:
Land, because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlements, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle to the planning and implementation of development’s schemes. Social justice, urban renewal, and development, the provision of decent dwellings and healthy conditions for the people can only ‘be achieved if land is used in the interests of society as a whole.
The due diligence phase got its walking legs during the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in June of 1992. Agenda 21/2030 was broken down into infinite, undetectable components from this big, all-encompassing agenda.
To truncate how the U.N. got into the average American’s backyard and not focus on the Globo-tranny component of Sustainable Development, here is a simple breakdown:
– Brundtland Commission 1983: Named after socialist Gro Harlem Brundtland, who went on to become the Prime Minister of Norway. This commission addressed why nations were not adhering to what was laid out during the 1972 conference.
– Our Common Future Report 1987: This is the main report of the Brundtland Commission that birthed the term sustainable development. Chapter 2 described “what will it take” to save the environment from excessive human consumption (this is where cow farts cause climate change stems from). The report called for an “Earth Summit,” which came to fruition 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro and Agenda 21/2030.
– United Nations Conference on Environment and Development 1992 (Agenda 21): 18,000 “stakeholders” attended a conference to codify Our Common Futures initiatives. The orchestrator of the Earth Summit was Maurice Strong, a Canadian oil mineral tycoon and UN diplomat who led the 1972 United Nations Conference on Human Environment and was on the board of the Bruntland Commission. He founded American Water Development Incorporated two years after leaving the U.N. with the former governor of Colorado Richard Lamm, the first head of the EPA William Ruckelshaus and real estate developer turned philanthropist Samuel Belzberg. In a failed business expedition, Strong and his fellow cronies attempted to privatize a natural aquifer and sell the water back to local counties. It was stopped by a slew of government barriers and outcry from taxpayers. Fast forward 18 years later, Strong was the Secretary-General of the Earth Summit, promoting his report in 40 chapters.
The first page states what Agenda 21 is:
Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that everything we do impacts the environment. This is a grand ambition to manage people’s interaction with the environment.
-George H.W Bush attended the Summit with Prince Charles and seemed to be open to what was presented. On the first anniversary of the summit, Bill Clinton signed an executive order creating the sustainable development council to begin implanting Agenda 21. The council was disbanded in 1999 due to the lack of accomplishments at the lower level but was able to get federal agencies to create various environmental regulations. Presidents control regulatory agencies, which bypasses Congress. A month later, he signed onto the global biodiversity agreement with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voting in support to ratify it. However, Republican senators vehemently opposed and it died in the senate.
-Global Biodiversity Assessment (1994)– An 1100 page inventory of earth resources, what the world would look like if Agenda 21 was brought to fruition and what nations have to do to make this nightmare a reality. The book is the Holy Grail of our dystopian future. The book lays out what is not sustainable such: as ski runs, fishponds, cow pastures, golf courses, concrete, dams, pork, current legal systems for not representing bugs, retail consumption, and private property. This book provided the template for the Wild Lands projects Reserve Corridor System. The Wildlands Project was founded in 1991, which is an NGO promoting the protection of rural lands by driving people out of rural regions.
-In 1997, the U.S. Conference of Mayors created the Joint Center for Sustainable Communities, and in 2001 the National Governors association endorsed “Smart Growth,” or the advancing of Sustainable Development goals. The term Smart Growth is used to cloak Agenda 21 since most Americans would not be okay with a U.N. planning process.
– Barack Obama signed an executive creating the Establishment of the White House Rural Council in June of 2011 to ensure sustainable development goals reach 16% of the rural towns in the country.
The Implantation of Agenda 21/2030 at the local level uses various organs of the neoliberal soft body. The Housing Urban Authority directed money to create the Growing Smart legislative guide with the help of the American Planning Association. The guide lays out what rules and regulations bureaucrats must watch out for when rolling out “Smart Growth” and how to circumnavigate local zoning laws and codes. Once a county takes grant money, it is game over, and if the county chooses not to take the money, it falls behind economically as the grant money is tied to other infrastructure projects or upgrades.
Most if not all NGOs are backers of Sustainable Development. NGOs provide funds for grants, documentation and direction to implement Agenda 21. Many former heads of NGOs turn up running for political office.
When it comes to COVID, it escalated all these ongoing trends, which I already covered here.
For your own sanity, you may type in any town or county and put the words walkable, smart growth, social equity, sustainable communities, and regional planning and see what pops up. Please keep in mind that components involving Agenda 2030/Sustainable Development tend to overlap, which makes it confusing for most. For example, why is it so crucial for a gay bar to be close to a bike-sharing station?
Those “Sustainable Goals” actually have a meaning that affects us all. No one took the time to look underneath the hood on how these goals were implemented because most were and some still are under the notion that “muh constitution” will protect me. We are now at an inflection point where police will send in battle bots over uncut grass to kill you and FEMA 2.0, which changes risk ratings previously based on cost on flood maps and home elevation levels. It will now focus on the cost of rebuilding and the distance to coastal flood sources. The cost of materials has gone up? Let us not be unthoughtful of the 30% of Americans who live on the coastline.
In a sense, Agenda 21/2030 Sustainable Development creates alternative means to resolve a situation directly caused by itself. Ride a bike because we reduce parking spots or work in a coffee shop because we offshore manufacturing and be a sodomite because we brainwashed women. Etc.
In summary, it redistributes wealth from the first world at the global theater level, thus lowering its living standards. In the developing turd world, they will experience modest growth but not enough to raise themselves out of the middle-income trap. The bulk of nations’ growth is via micro financing, with more than 700 million people gaining financial access (debt) between 2011 and 2014. Market principles are ways out of poverty for the underdeveloped via consumption, while in the west, possessions “chain you down.”
So you want to homestead?
Many people on this side of politics dream of moving to Weaseltown America, and have a few acres with some chickens, perhaps working from home doing some gig work and being a member of the laptop class. The neoprimitive lifestyle has its positives, like slow changes in surroundings and provides a stable framework for mental wellbeing, thus giving you a sense of security. Do you think the powers that be did not think ahead of people’s reptilian defense mechanism? The first caveat is finding employment. Within the next few years, you will see massive downsizing in those working via telecommunications. No sense in paying you if I can have Iqbal in Karachi do it for a quarter of the price. As we descend into neo-feudalism, the average American diminishes their expectations of goods and services. Rural areas are inexpensive for the simple reason there are no jobs (shocker). The second issue is property tax which it’s safe to assume will climb, as mentioned in my previous writings. When moving to rural areas it must be realized that the government and corporations do not and will not do any form of infrastructure upgrades. You should expect poorly maintained roads and power outages, lack of medical services, floods and a slew of other issues that are usually associated with the turd world. Your cost of living is negated because you are so far away from inhabited areas. With the lack of upgrades comes liabilities. If you live too far from a fire hydrant or firehouse, you would have a hard time getting a home insured and if your dwelling cannot be insured, you can forget a mortgage.
Then there are the alphabet soup agencies that have the potential of making property owner’s life a living hell. The elephant in the room is how transportation will become a service. How can one live in the entire state of Wyoming or the upper part of Michigan if there are no gas-powered vehicles? How will you get anywhere when 90% of it isn’t reachable by E.V. as there’s no power on the other end to support the masses. Where do you intend to get the power to charge their batteries that cost tens of thousands of dollars?
Another realization is people are being hoodwinked into embracing the minimalist, off-the-grid lifestyle. Sustainable Development repackaged for the peppers, Christian cuckbund, nationalists, and those who simply want to get away from it all. Buying local, having your own garden, solar panels, and pumping groundwater are no different than what’s been laid out by the United Nations. You are larping your way into the feudalistic lifestyle.
I can only give some advice like forming housing or agricultural cooperatives (if you don’t get sued) and the bigger the better, as it will take a good chunk of funds to combat the ever-encroaching bureaucratic state. The state will start making demands like running water or a toilet in barns and chicken coops. There is no opting out of the new normal. If you flee, you are only buying yourself time as each state is XXX amount of years behind whatever state is leading the charge on Agenda 2030/Sustainable Development. You can look at San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and the five boroughs of New York City as a weather vane. If you don’t plan on taking such drastic Amish-style measures, check your local county or city and see if they took any federal grants implementing anything that remotely resembles sustainable development. Keywords to look for are walkability, smart growth, transfer development rights, and downtown revitalization.
You should reach out to local developers, property managers, and general contractors to get a general sense of the atmosphere, not real estate brokers. If a locality dictates things like the “look” of a property or new housing developments requiring sidewalks, that’s a good indicator that you’re in a bad location. No matter what, don’t lose sight of the big picture, as the long-term goal is “by 2030, you will own nothing and be happy”.
There is no place to run and no places to hide as the concept of “flight” is no longer applicable in the second half of the 21st century. You will have to fight it out as reform is a pipedream at this juncture. If you do not fight, I hope you enjoy your Meta Pornhub Rick & Morty Wild Wing entertainment in a rented 300 sqft cubicle, fully boosted and of course with a dog.