Who are the Globalist Elite? An analysis of the Resilient Cities Program and its connection to the Club of Rome – part 2.

Twenty years later the Club of Rome identified “global challenges” such as international crime terrorism and climate change as key drivers of global societal change. On page 115 of the 1993 publication of a report by the Council of the Club of Rome called “The First Global Revolution” now archived [1]they wrote:

“The First Global Revolution in searching for the new enemy to unite us we came up with the idea that pollution the threat of global warming water shortages famine and the like would fit the bill.In their totality and in their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which demands the solidarity of all peoples. But in designating them as the enemy we fall into the trap about which we have already warned by human intervention and it is only through changing attitudes and behaviours that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”

In August 2009 Ban Ki-moon UN Secretary-General stated at the Incheon Conference “Building an Alliance of Local Governments for Disaster Risk Reduction:” “I urge world leaders to address climate change and reduce the growing risk of disasters and world leaders must include mayors townships and community leaders.”

This may help to explain why mayors and local councils were imposed on many electorates including Malta.

What is the “100 Resilient Cities Project” [now archived too][2]? It was pioneered and financially supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and is described as “dedicated to helping cities around the world to become more resilient to the physical social and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21stcentury”. It also claims that:

“Crisis is the new normal for cities in the 21st century. Because of the collision of globalisation urbanisation and climate change not a week goes by that there’s not a disruption to a city somewhere in the world: a cyber attack a natural disaster or economic or social upheaval.”

This project included partners[3]from the private public academic and non-profit sectors who are: Amex Foster Wheelerwho ‘assist cities protect their assets in preparation from climate change’; Arup whose director Robert Care was until recently chair of the Common Purpose Charitable Trust; Cities Alliancewhich works to “promote social inclusion in urban planning and development“; Csiro which “gives cities access to building simulation tools to assess the energy efficiency of building design options for low-carbon development at the city scale“; Deutsche Bankto “assist and implement solutions that provide Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to property owners“; Earth Economicsto help cities “develop their natural capital strategic initiatives“; R20 Regions of Climate Actionfinancial modelling associated with streetlight upgrades and waste and recycling management systems; The Nature Conservancy  Veolia and  Microsoft City Next [4]“developing a cyber-resilience roadmap” for cities. [facial surveillance cameras concept]. The Microsoft CityNext provides digital services for governments whose founder who happened to also be Bill Gates who also happened to be the one whose other foundation has funded the Covid-19 vaccines and who has also become the pioneer of climate change.

Two areas of public concern immediately come to mind. First there is the belief that the government is spying on us via our computers phones cars buses streetlights at airports and on the street mobile scanners and drones Smart Meters and Smart TVs. Second Microsoft the computer software behemoth that disclosed a potentially catastrophic vulnerability in nearly all versions of Windows in 2014 should be trusted [or was already trusted] with developing citywide cyber-resilience.

According to UK Column researchers the International Rescue Committee (IRC) is another program partner of the 100 Resilient Cities project. IRC works with member cities to “humanely accommodate or otherwise integrate influxes of displaced populations into the cities’ social economic and cultural fabric in a manner that enhances the cities’ social economic and cultural fabric.”

Who chaired this committee? David Rockefeller. Who is a partner[5]of this committee? “Open Society”[6] of which George Soros is founder and chairman.

With so many interconnecting and inter-related webs with friends of friends funding each other and scratching each others’ back are things becoming slightly clearer?


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