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Foro Económico Mundial aboga por sostenibilidad en todo, menos el gasto excesivo

POR LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | ENERO 25, 2013

Parece que la sostenibilidad es un concepto que no es aplicable al dinero y la deuda. Al comenzar, invitados del Foro Económico Mundial en Suiza, han centrado sus presentaciones en la exigencia de que el mundo se financie a nivel mundial a través de la “ecologización” de la política, lo que podría costar unos $ 14 trillones. Los líderes gubernamentales y corporativos continúan usando el alarmismo sobre el calentamiento global – aunque datos de la NASA muestran que poco o ningún calentamiento ha ocurrido en los últimos 20 años.

Los oradores en Davos han hecho lo que ha sido llamado por The Independent como una dura advertencia a largo plazo sobre el crecimiento sostenible, que por alguna razón incluye toda actividad humana, menos la creación de más deuda. Según los participantes, el mundo tiene que gastar lo que sea necesario para financiar su soñada Agencia Ambiental Mundial que determinará qué se puede hacer y que no, sobre la base de supuestas normas ambientales.

Uno de los participantes más activos ha sido el ex presidente de México, Felipe Calderón, quien hizo eco de las llamadas para salvarnos a todos de los “efectos devastadores” del calentamiento global. Globalistas detrás de gente como Calderón, quieren cambiar dramáticamente la forma en que el mundo funciona erradicando gran parte de las actividades humanas relacionadas con la industria, la gestión forestal, agua y energía, producción de alimentos y otros.

El intento de desindustrialización el planeta comenzó en el núcleo de las Naciones Unidas, donde los tecnócratas llaman a menudo para que los Estados reconozcan la necesidad de tener un gobierno mundial. Ese poder mundial estaría formado por entidades como la Agencia Ambiental Mundial, la recién creada entidad financiera europea gobernada de acuerdo al Mecanismo Europeo de Estabilidad – el mecanismo para controlar todas las transacciones financieras – y las organizaciones adheridas a la Organización Mundial de la Salud y la Organización Mundial del Comercio.

La denominada nueva política ambiental tiene su origen en el Programa de las Naciones conocido como Agenda 21, que en última instancia tiene la intención de obligar a la gente a vivir en ciudades prisión bajo completa vigilancia y sometidos a estándares de vida mucho más bajos.

En 2012, la conferencia de Davos formó la Alianza de Acción para el Crecimiento Verde, que es el organismo encargado de la coordinación de políticas ambientales que se relacionan con el desarrollo. De acuerdo con el ex presidente mexicano, la afluencia de dinero en efectivo ayudaría a los esfuerzos mundiales para frenar los desafíos que presenta el cambio climático. Inicialmente, el fondo ambiental recibiría una inyección de $ 700 mil millones al año hasta el 2030, y el dinero supuestamente sería utilizado para pagar por los costos de “salvarnos” del  calentamiento global.

Calderón no detalló las características específicas del gasto de esos fondos. Como el líder de la Alianza, Calderón claramente se refirió a los EE.UU. al usar los daños causados por el huracán Sandy para conseguir apoyo para su plan. Él utilizó el término «adelantarse» para referirse a asegurar el apoyo financiero para los desastres naturales desconocidos que, según él, están a la vuelta de la esquina.

Calderón no explicó cómo él determinó el costo total de la financiación de los esfuerzos de preparación y mitigación de desastres naturales, tales como Sandy. Según un informe elaborado por la consultora Accenture, que se usa como una especie de vara de medir y determinar el impacto de los daños causados ​​por un desastre natural, el costo de lidiar con las consecuencias del huracán Sandy fueron de $ 50 mil millones.

Felipe Calderón, quien terminó su mandato como presidente de México en noviembre, no pudo hacerse cargo de su propio país durante los seis años que ocupó la presidencia, pero sus manejadores creen que está capacitado para responsabilizarse por un asunto aún más complicado, como las supuestas consecuencias que implica el calentamiento global. “Está claro que estamos frente a una crisis climática con impactos potencialmente devastadores en la economía global”, dijo Calderón al hablar en Davos.

“El crecimiento económico ecológico es la única manera de satisfacer las necesidades de la población actual y la gente hasta 9 mil millones en 2050, impulsando el desarrollo y el bienestar mientras se reducen las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero y se aumenta la productividad de los recursos naturales.”

Calderón no habló de los graves problemas ambientales causados ​​por las corporaciones internacionales que contaminan el planeta con sus experimentos al aire libre como las estelas químicas y los organismos genéticamente modificados. Estos temas no parecen estar en la agenda de los temas que deben ser tratados en Davos. La razón de esto es que el Foro Económico Mundial, al igual que el Foro Social Mundial no son nada más que ejemplos de oposición controlada utilizada por las grandes corporaciones para estafar a la sociedad en la creencia de que tienen una voz en los asuntos.

Calderón también recitó el mismo discurso globalista que otros de sus compinches suelen utilizar para impulsar la falsa agenda ambiental: “El crecimiento económico y la sostenibilidad son inter-dependientes, no se puede tener uno sin el otro, y la inversión ecológica es el pre-requisito para la realización de los dos objetivos “. Lo que esto significa es que si los globalistas logran hacer lo que quieren, todo lo creado, distribuido y consumido tendrá que cumplir con los niveles irracionales de las normas ambientales que hacen que sea imposible que tener una economía real.

La Alianza liderada por Calderón es respaldada por entidades como el Banco Mundial, el Deutsche Bank y el Banco Europeo para la Reconstrucción y el Desarrollo. Su plan incluye una propuesta para exigir que el dinero de los contribuyentes se use para garantizar, asegurar y / o incentivar la aplicación de los regímenes de emisiones bajas en carbono que acelerará la desindustrialización de la economía mundial mediante la eliminación de las actuales fuentes de energía, como centrales de carbón y combustibles fósiles sin tener una alternativa real para sustituirlos.

Lo que Calderón y el resto de la cábala globalista están pidiendo a los países es que financien los mecanismos de control mientras abandonan proyectos en sus países que podrían mejorar los niveles de vida en los países, o en programas que realmente podrían ayudar a la gente a mitigar el impacto de graves problemas y las crisis fabricadas por las grandes corporaciones que controlan el planeta, tales como el hambre y la guerra.

Los miembros de la Alianza quieren convencer a los asistentes a apoyar su plan de utilizar $ 5 trillones al año, que se utiliza en la producción, tecnología y producción de energía tradicional, para supuestamente construir alternativas más ecológicas. Calderón probablemente no es consciente del caso Español, donde el gobierno fallidamente promulgó una estructura para crear e impulsar una economía verde.

El país invirtió fuertemente en las llamadas fuentes alternativas de energía, utilizando miles de millones de dólares del dinero de los contribuyentes para presuntamente financiar proyectos en conjunto con las empresas privadas que, al final, tal como sucedió en los Estados Unidos bajo Barack Obama, se marcharon con el dinero en efectivo sin producir ninguna fuente alternativa de energía.

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World Economic Forum calls for Sustainability on everything but out of control Spending

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 22, 2013

It seems that sustainability is a concept that is not applicable to money and debt. As the World Economic Forum begins in Davos, Switzerland, the first round of speeches has been focused on demanding that the world finances a global ‘greening’ policy which could cost as much as $ 14 trillion. Government and corporate leaders are at it again, scare mongering about global warming — no matter NASA’s own data shows little or no warming for the past 20 years.

Speakers at Davos are delivering what has been called by The Independent as a stark warning about long-term sustainable growth, which for some reason includes every single human activity but out of control debt creation. According to participants, the world must spend itself into oblivion to finance their dreamed global environmental agency which will dictate what can be done based on supposed environmental standards.

One of the most outspoken participants yesterday, was former Mexican president Felipe Calderon, who echoed calls for saving us all from the ‘devastating effects’ of global warming. Globalists behind people like Calderon, intend to dramatically change the way the world functions by downsizing all human activity related to industry, forestry, water and power management, food production and others.

The move to de-industrialize the planet, began at the core of the United Nations, where technocrats often call for a one world government that needs to be recognized by all nation-states. That world power would be formed by entities like the global environmental agency, the newly created European financial entity ruled according to the European Stability Mechanism — the mechanism to control all financial transactions — and organizations adhered to the World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization. The new so-called environmental policy is rooted on the United Nation’s Agenda 21, which ultimately intends to cram people into prison cities under complete surveillance and according to new lower living standards.

In 2012, the Davos conference formed the Green Growth Action Alliance, which is the organization in charge of coordination environmental policy as it relate to development. According to the former Mexican president, the influx of cash would truthfully aid the global effort to curb the challenges presented by climate change. Initially, the environmental fund would receive an injection of $700 billion a year up until 2030 and the money would allegedly be used to pay for the costs of ‘saving us’ all from global warming.

Mr. Calderon did not detail the specifics of the spending.As the leader of the Alliance, Calderon clearly address the U.S. by making use of hurricane Sandy to rally support for his plan. He used the term ‘pre-empt’ to refer to securing financial support for unknown natural disasters that according to him are just around the corner. Mr. Calderon did not explain how he came up with the total cost of financing any efforts to prepare and mitigate natural disasters such as Sandy.According to a report produced by Accenture Consultancy, which was used as a kind of measuring stick to determine the impact of the damage caused by a natural disaster, the cost of dealing with the consequences of hurricane Sandy were of $50 billion.

Felipe Calderon, who ended his tenure as Mexican president back in November, could not take care of his own country for the six years he held the presidency, but someone his handlers believe he can be the poster boy for an even more complicated matter such as the supposed dire consequences posed by global warming. “It is clear that we are facing a climate crisis with potentially devastating impacts on the global economy,” said Calderon while speaking at Davos.

“Greening global economic growth is the only way to satisfy the needs of today’s population and up to 9 billion people by 2050, driving development and well-being while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing natural resource productivity.”

Calderon did not speak about the grave environmental problems caused by international corporation that pollute the planet with their open air experiments using chemtrails and genetically modified organisms. These topics don’t seem to be in the agenda of the issues that must be dealt with at Davos, it seems. The reason for this is that the World Economic Forum, just as the World Social Forum as nothing else than controlled opposition used by the large corporations to swindle society into believing that they have a voice on the issues.

Calderon also recited the same speech other fellow globalists often use to drive attention to the fake environmental agenda: “Economic growth and sustainability are inter-dependent, you cannot have one without the other, and greening investment is the pre-requisite to realizing both goals”. What this really means is that if globalists have their way, everything created, distributed and consumed will have to meet irrational levels of environmental standards that will make it impossible to actually have an economy.

Calderon’s Alliance is backed-up by entities such as the World Bank, Deutsche Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Its plan includes a proposal to demand that taxpayer money to guarantee, insure and / or incentivize the application of low-carbon emission schemes which in itself will cause the acceleration of the de-industrialization of the global economy by eliminating current sources of energy such as coal plants and fossil fuels without having a real alternative to substitute them.

What Calderon and the rest of the globalist cabal are asking countries to do is to finance their mechanisms of control while abandoning projects at home that could potentially improve standards of living on a country by country basis or on programs that could truly help people mitigate the impact of serious challenges and crises manufactured by the large corporations that control the planet, such as famine and war.

Members of the Alliance want to convince attendees to support their plan to use $5 trillion a year that is used in the production of traditional energy technology to supposedly build greener alternatives. Mr. Calderon is probably not aware of Spain’s failure to enact any kind of structure to drive a green economy. The country invested heavily in so-called alternative energy sources, using billions of dollars of taxpayer money to allegedly finance projects in conjunction with private corporations that in the end, just as it happened in the United States under Barack Obama, walked away with the cash without producing one single real alternative source of energy.

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Americans shot in Mexico are CIA Agents

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | AUGUST 30, 2012

Two U.S. agents were wounded on Friday during a shooting with the Mexican Federal Police work for the CIA. This was reported by then The New York Times, adding that the employees of the Central Intelligence Agency, riding on a vehicle with diplomatic plates  were allegedly sent to Mexico by the United States under a training program to support the fight against drug trafficking.

Twelve Mexican federal police have been arrested in connection with the investigation into the shooting of the car, in which the CIA agents — one of whom drove the car — were accompanied by a Mexican navy captain. The three men were allegedly going to a shooting range located near the town of Tres Marias, which is about 50 kilometers south of the capital. The armored vehicle was shot 40 times when the driver tried to flee from gunfire.

The agents were identified by the newspaper El Universal as Jess Hods Garner and Stan Garner Dove Boss, already left the country and did not testified before Mexican authorities. “First they have to be in proper condition for being able to do so. Their testimony will be taken in due course once the conditions are best,” said Marisela Morales, who emphasized that Mexico has “the full cooperation of the U.S. government. ”

Although the U.S. embassy spoke of an “ambush” scenario, a US official quoted by The New York Times say there is no evidence that the intelligence agents were a target for the perpetrators of the shooting, some of whom were in plain clothes. The CIA has refused to comment. The President of Mexico, Felipe Calderón, has promised a thorough investigation. Mr. Calderón has “cooperated” with the US in supposed counter narcotics operations. Programs such as the Merida Initiative, with a budget of 1,600 million dollars (about 1,300 million euros), are said to provide training and equipment to Mexico’s federal police to allegedly fight drug cartels.

There have been three reported in the history of American diplomats in Mexico. On February 15, 2011, a car carrying two agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement was attacked in San Luis Potosi (northeastern region). The incident killed the U.S. agent Jaime Zapata. The perpetrator of the crime was, according to official reports, a member of Los Zetas. The previous event, on March 14, 2010, ended with the death of an employee of the consulate in Ciudad Juarez (north of Mexico). In 1985 an agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Bureau (DEA) Enrique Camarena Salazar died in Michoacan (central Mexico) shot by alleged Mexican drug traffickers.

The arrest of the 12 agents threatens to deteriorate even more the record of the Mexican Federal Police, considered by President Calderón as a model institution. On June 25, 2012, three members of the MFP were murdered by some of his colleagues at the International Airport of Mexico City.

US State Department Arming Mexican Intelligence Agencies

ANTIFASCIST CALLING | MAY 18, 2012

Amid recent reports that the bodies of four Mexican journalists were discovered in a canal in the port city of Veracruz, less than a week after another journalist based in that city was found strangled in her home, the U.S. State Department “plans to award a contract to provide a Mexican government security agency with a system that can intercept and analyze information from all types of communications systems,” NextGov reported.

The most glaring and obvious question is: why?

Since President Felipe Calderón declared “war” against some of the region’s murderous drug cartels in 2006, some 50,000 Mexicans have been butchered. Activists, journalists, honest law enforcement officials but also ordinary citizens caught in the crossfire, the vast majority of victims, have been the targets of mafia-controlled death squads, corrupt police and the military.

Underscoring the savage nature of another “just war” funded by U.S. taxpayers, last week The Dallas Morning News reported that “23 people were found dead Friday–nine hanging from a bridge and 14 decapitated–across the Texas border in the city of Nuevo Laredo.”

The arcane and highly-ritualized character of the violence, often accompanied by sardonic touches meant to instill fear amongst people already ground underfoot by crushing poverty and official corruption that would make the Borgias blush, convey an unmistakable message: “We rule here!”

“The latest massacres are part of a continuing battle between the paramilitary group known as the Zetas and the Sinaloa cartel,” the Morning News averred. “The violence appears to be part of a strategy by the Sinaloa cartel to disrupt one of the most lucrative routes for drug smugglers by bringing increased attention from the federal government.”

According to investigators the “two warring cartels are fighting for control of the corridor that leads into Interstate 35, known as one of the most lucrative routes for smugglers.”

But as Laura Carlsen, the director of the Americas Program pointed out last month in CounterPunch, “In a series of ‘Joint Operations’ between Federal Police and Armed Forces, the Mexican government has deployed more than 45,000 troops into various regions of the country in an unprecedented domestic low-intensity conflict.”

The militarization of Mexican society, as in the “Colossus to the North,” has also seen the expansion of a bloated Surveillance State. Carlsen averred that when the Army and Federal Police are “deployed to communities where civilians are defined as suspected enemies, soldiers and officers have responded too often with arbitrary arrests, personal agendas and corruption, extrajudicial executions, the use of torture, and excessive use of force.”

But expanding the surveillance capabilities of secret state agencies as the State Department proposes in its multimillion dollar gift to the Israeli-founded firm, Verint Systems, far from inhibiting violence by drug gangs and the security apparatus, on the contrary, will only rationalize repression as new “targets” are identified and electronic communications are data-mined for “actionable intelligence.”

Indeed, The New York Times reported last summer that “after months of negotiations, the United States established an intelligence post on a northern Mexican military base.”

Although anonymous “American officials” cited by the Times “declined to provide details about the work being done” by a team of spooks drawn from the Drug Enforcement Administration, the CIA and “retired military personnel members from the Pentagon’s Northern Command,” they said that “the compound had been modeled after ‘fusion intelligence centers’ that the United States operates in Iraq and Afghanistan to monitor insurgent groups.”

Such developments are hardly encouraging considering the role played by “fusion centers” here in the heimat. As the ACLU has amply documented, “Americans have been put under surveillance or harassed by the police just for deciding to organize, march, protest, espouse unusual viewpoints, and engage in normal, innocuous behaviors such as writing notes or taking photographs in public.”

In Mexico, the results will be immeasurably worse; with corruption endemic on both sides of the border, who’s to say authorities won’t sell personal data gleaned from these digital sweeps to the highest bidder?

Only this time, the data scrapped from internet search queries, emails, smartphone chatter or text messages grabbed by bent officials won’t result in annoying targeted ads on your browser but in piles of corpses.

Guns In, Drugs Out: Iran/Contra Redux

While Obama administration officials hypocritically washed their hands of responsibility for failing to clamp-down on what journalist Daniel Hopsicker christened The New American Drug Lords, an old boys club of dodgy bankers, shady investment consultants, defense contractors and other glad handers, the violence following drug flows north like a swarm of locusts is fueled in no small part by arms which federal intelligence and law enforcement allowed to “walk” across the border.

Indeed, as Hopsicker pointed out in MadCow Morning News: “Ten years ago Miami Private Detective Gary McDaniel, a 30-year veteran investigator for both Government prosecutors and attorneys for major drug traffickers, educated me on the basics of the drug trade.”

“‘Every successful drug trafficking organization (DTO) needs four things to be successful,’ he said. He ticked each one off on his fingers: ‘Production, distribution, transportation, and–most important of all–protection’.”

To McDaniel’s list we can add a fifth element: intelligence gleaned from the latest advances in communications’ technologies.

If all this sounds familiar, it should.

During the 1980s, as the Reagan administration waged its anticommunist crusade across Central and South America, the CIA forged their now-infamous “Dark Alliance” with far-right terrorists (our “boys,” the Nicaraguan Contras), Argentine, Bolivian and Chilean death-squad generals and the up-and-coming cocaine cartels who had more on their minds than ideological purity.

By the end of that blood-soaked decade, with much encouragement from Washington, including a get-out-of-jail-free card for their dope dealing assets in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding between the CIA and the Justice Department, the region was on its way towards becoming a multibillion dollar growth engine for the well-connected.

Does history repeat? You bet it does!

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Mexican President: Disarm Everyone. Obama Nods Yes

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Mexican President Felipe Calderón called upon the United States Congress to re-enact the assault weapons ban in a bid to disarm the American people as they are integrated into theNorth American Union system. Further, he placed blame for fueling drug cartels and gang violence squarely on the United States and their supply of firearms.

Calderón made these outrageous and anti-American remarks from the floor of the U.S. Congress during an official visit, and also renewed attacks on the immigration legislation passed by Arizona.

President Obama joined in his cause, making the startling declaration that “We are not defined by our borders” during a press conference welcoming Calderón on the White House lawn. Such a statement with immigration AND “weapons” problems on the border? Whatever happened to the Robert Frost adage ‘Good fences make good neighbors‘?

Calderón told the United States that it must “regulate the sale of these weapons in the right way.” He continued:

“Many of these guns are not going to honest American hands. Instead, thousands are ending up in the hands of criminals.”

Calderón’s Call to Disarmament is particularly inappropriate before Congress, who are Constitutionally barred from making any law which would violate any part of the Bill of Rights– secured to the people and several states in balance against the power given to the Federal Government. Further, Calderón’s plan holds the same fallacy as other attempts at gun control. If carried out, banning “assault” weapons would empower– rather than restrict– narcotrafficking gangs and leave “good” people helpless. It would not, as he naively intends, curb cartel violence or dry out the tools of their intimidation.

Yet his proposals have long been advanced and supported by the likes of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, among others. President Obama voiced general support for a renewed ban last year, but acknowledged that it would be difficult to achieve politically. Moreover, Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder has also expressed support for re-enacting a gun ban, but has shied away from it while the White House has kept it quiet purposely to avoid political damage to other parts of President Obama’s already wildly-radical agenda. Last year, Newsweek scolded Eric Holder for “backing away” from the ban issue and failing to support an issue ‘important to Mexican officials.’

A MESSAGE FOR ARIZONA

President Calderón also used the opportunity to amplify his criticism of Arizona’s immigration laws, a position which is hypocritical on several points. First, why would he have a voice among Mexican people who fled at all costs from the failing and violent narco-state which he heads? Furthermore, how can the Mexican President decry the efforts of Arizona to control its borders and maintain stability, when Mexico has considerably more severe laws against illegal immigration than that recently introduced by the under-pressure border state.

Though Calderón issued a tongue-in-cheek travel advisory to ‘visiting’ Mexican citizens warning them to be wary of the strict new attitude in Arizona, it is his own country which has grown wild with corruption, violence, drug cartels, authoritarian police and the unsustainable blow of mass exodus which has turned Mexico into a vacuum and failed state. While the United States has attempted to progress on issues of discrimination, Mexico continues to openly oppress its minority groups and stifle attempts at resistance. Despite this distinction, many sanctuary cities across the United States have joined with Calderón and proposed bans on Arizona of their own.

‘SOUTHBOUND FLOW OF ILLEGAL WEAPONS’ ISSUE RAISED TO PROMOTE NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION

Most of all, the two heads of state, Calderón and Obama, have demonstrated a reckless and uncaring attitude towards curbing illegal immigration– which threatens to wreck both countries. Yet they have pushed hard for amnesty and other provisions to legalize workers and prevented any attempts to impede the open flow of goods and people across the border.

They have both worked furiously to fast-track North American regional integration. They met in Guadalajara in August 2009alongside Canadian PM Stephen Harper to continue– largely in secret — the agenda announced under the Bush-era Security and Prosperity Partnership for North America agreement (talks included the hot-button issue of “illegal southbound flow of American guns and cash that helps fuel this extraordinary violence”).

President Obama– for someone who claimed ignorance about the North American Union during his 2008 campaign [video]– certainly has gone a long way in supporting the total destruction of United States sovereignty, all while embracing cheap globalist clichés, obliterating the economy and opening-up the floodgates to labor replacement from Mexico and other Latin American countries.

Politicians– through NAFTA, WTO, CAFTA and SPP agreements, among others– are ushering in a corporatist-controlled North American Union, alongside a longer-term global merger. Robert Pastor and other key architects from the Council on Foreign Relations clearly designed the North American Union to circumvent the confines of the U.S. Constitution, and such a system is unlikely (once in power) to allow or accept the resistance of an armed population.

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