Monday, August 19, 2013

The Controlled World That The Elite Envision

Here is the elite vision of the future:

Controlled, tightly compact cities, enslaved populace, calorie cards where every morsel of food you eat is counted. The woman praising the "Global Food Council" is nauseating, we saw how that worked for Maoist China when Mao micromanaged the food and millions starved.

This basically is where Agenda 21 is headed and the rest of it. Their vision of the future looks sterile, and dead with no soul. The elites desire their power and control. Even on my last article watching the endless minions of brainwashed global elites going on about "sustainability" and "peace", I knew this all inter-connects. Don't miss the part in the first video where the gleeful NWO citizen points out where only the super-rich have cars.

Here is the group FORUM FOR THE FUTURE, that made this video. They look like a cheerful though very deceived lot. At the bottom of the first page, is the partners which include major corporations like Cargill, Bank of America, World Wildlife Fund, PepsiCo, Shell, Target, Land Rover, Jaguar, and various well-known energy and drug companies who have signed on too.

Here they have all 4 versions of their future presented.....[posted by someone on Youtube who sees through all their "visions" of the future as ECO-FASCISM]

There is a disclaimer on their website...

"Forum for the Future’s scenarios are not predictions or depictions of desirable futures which we wish to promote, and they do not represent our vision of a sustainable future. They are pictures of different possible futures, designed to help people understand the major trends that are shaping our world."

Given they repeat the word SUSTAINABLE over and over, in my opinion they do want to direct things and Agenda 21 is the prevailing plan....

See this website too: America 2050

"Agenda 21 has been broken up and repackaged as three new organizations:
America 2050, Forum for the Future, and the Rewilding Project. The re-branding of Agenda 21 also allows the globalists to advance another older concepts that has been in the works for a long time, mainly The North American Union.
Through these three organizations, the globalists have implemented and started executing a strategy that will bring about an Orwellian state where all 50 states are merged into mega regions and where people are rationed food, water, and energy."


Anonymous said...


California definitely has some weird planning going on - not in the best interests of the people living here. High speed train costing BILLIONS going in. Bay area used to be four counties, now it is nine counties. Rural places 80 and 100 miles from San Fransisco have tiny, old, modest houses for over $200,000.

Yet, the grassy hills near Livermore have no homes built on them because they are protected under the "Every Hilltop is Sacred" act. True story. So instead, commuters are developing the best farmland in the world (San Joaquin Valley) into tract housing for commuters and leaving the hills closer to the bay area undeveloped.

I live in a rural, mountainous area of CA where housing costs and living expenses are very reasonable, but unemployment is very high. My husband has struggled for a few years with job situations, and now has accepted a job where he has to be in San Fransisco two days a week. It is a 3 1/2 hour drive for him. We considered moving, but housing costs are so, so high, and we have a big family. We can't easily squeeze into a tiny apartment. So for now he drives.

It is frustrating to lead a life that doesn't really make sense. Can't afford to live near your work. Can't find a job near your home. Can't save for retirement or college for children, but at least we still have a place to live and food to eat.

Bible Believer said...

Hi Joy,

I am sure California has some weird planning going on. Very strange. How can they afford the billions of dollar train when they are having to let prisoners go? A lot of stuff doesn't add up does it? San Francisco to a lot of the rest of the country is known as ultra-super expensive. Wonder how many commute in? I knew people in my old rural town who commuted an hour or more each way for work, and well, some of them were forced to move when the gas prices went up. That is sad what is happening to the best farming land in the world. I am glad you are in a rural area but you are right unemployment is very high in those areas. My old rural town had major unemployment problems and the powers that be never wanted them discussed. Things were radically changing and falling apart too from the few jobs leaving town that there were. I and my husband was forced to move. I looked up this map once..and told someone, maybe they are returning this place to "wilderness" at the bidding of Agenda 21.

That is a lot of travel to do two days a week, I understand the housing costs and more just not being worth it. I will pray your husband can find a job that is more local or they stop requiring the travel. I think a lot of things don't make sense now as we have the wicked definitely running this world and doing things that make no sense. Making what used to be simple like being part of a community and being able to make a living into a labyrinth complex maze where the costs of just doing business are immense. Glad you have a roof over your heads and food. I know I don't take those things for granted either and am thankful to God for them. I know the pressures of today are more. I really do believe their greater plans-Agenda 21, etc have a great deal with what is happening out there.

Anonymous said...


Wow. Interesting map. I wish it was higher resolution. The percentage of land that is "normal use" is so low! The entire Sierra Nevada mountain range (where I live) is in the "little to no human use" area.

The federal government already owns 30% of the land in the US (650 million acres of land). There are approx. 313 million people in the USA. There is PLENTY of room for the people to spread out, own land, live where we want, enough for each family unit to own several acres. This is an artificial shortage of land and jobs.

Check out this map:

Steve said...

I can't remember where I read this...but if you placed every single human on the planet the same population density as a big city (like New York)...

Every single person on planet earth would fit in Texas.