Green policies will have homeowners seeing red
UN-sustainable development goals
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LIKE 99.99 PER CENT OF PEOPLE living on Earth, I want a clean and healthy environment for my children to grow up in. I also recognize that idealistic green policies can sometimes have an unnecessary negative impact on our society and quality of life. If you ask me, there must be a balance between the two.
Recently, I was surprised to learn from media that my balanced opinions are considered dangerous to the future of humanity. According to CAAD (Climate Action Against Disinformation) and reporters at the National Observer, I’m suffering from something called “Climate Denialism.” They claim anyone advocating for calm reason and caution when implementing radical climate action is somehow a danger to our collective safety. They even go as far as advocating that “people like me” should be silenced and lobby media platforms remove content like mine.
So, what is it that has the green lobby so concerned they’re calling for censorship? It’s related to the growing movement of people concerned with topics surrounding sustainable development. The term was first used in 1987 to describe the development of human settlements in an environmentally conscious way. Back then, we were clear-cutting forests, there was a hole in the ozone layer and Captain Planet was saving the day every Saturday morning. Intuitively, it made sense we had to act to protect the environment. But the modern definition of sustainable development has evolved into something entirely different.
According to the United Nations, Sustainable Development is based on three pillars: Social, Economic and Environmental. We must first adopt the UN framework called Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and apply these factors to every decision we make as a society. Only then will we achieve true sustainable development.
My motivation lies in leaving a better place for my children in the future, and if that means I must stand up and take some negative press to get there, I’m willing to do it. Continued at
Start where you live
Are you familiar with the swearing in of local elected government and the power of local unelected bureaucrats? In East Gwillimbury, Ontario the Mayor makes a DECLARATION OF OFFICE FOR MAYOR that includes:
30:57 mins Mayor’s declaration: I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to his majesty King Charles III.
Councilors make a DECLARATION OF OFFICE FOR WARD COUNCILLORS that includes
42:25 mins I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to his majesty King Charles III.
Will the people rebut local government swearing true Allegiance to King Charles III instead of to the people who elect and pay their salaries to protect and serve the people and the community?
Who is shaking the jar?
There is a solution in progress, with minimal effort, for individuals who do not consent to erosion of personal and national sovereignty by elected and unelected bureaucrats foreign and domestic advancing a world coup d’état. 00:59 seconds
Without prejudice and without recourse
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