The United Nations and its dizzying array of agencies, along with the UN Foundation, media “partners,” and other allies, are preparing a massive propaganda campaign to promote the next 15-year UN “sustainable development” master plan for humanity and the planet. From unleashing what is being described as the “world’s largest advertising campaign” to “training” and subsidizing so-called journalists to report favorably on the scheming, the UN and its friends are going all-out on “public relations” — much of it with your money. The UN Communications Group will also be training the outfit’s chief propaganda operatives from around the world in mid-June on how to “tell the UN story” and get journalists onboard to push the sustainability plan.

Officially dubbed the “Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals,” the controversial plot the UN will be promoting and foisting on the world represents a brazen attack on liberty, self-government, and national sovereignty — all under the guise of “solving” all of the world’s real and imagined problems.

The Navy has developed silent, miniature drones that are capable of monitoring movements and recording conversations.

In his commencement address at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut on May 20, President Obama elaborated on "the challenge I want to focus on today — one where our Coast Guardsmen are already on the front lines, and that, perhaps more than any other, will shape your entire careers — and that’s the urgent need to combat and adapt to climate change."

A NASA study released on May 14 claims that the Larsen B Ice Shelf in Antarctica is weakening quickly and will likely disintegrate completely in the next few years, contributing to rising sea levels. However, other NASA data released in May dispels this gloomy forecast, and shows show polar sea ice is approximately five percent above the post-1979 average. It was in 1979 that satellite instruments began measuring the ice caps, so figures from that year serve as a base line.

 

With the FCC regulating ISPs in the United States and some as yet unknown international organization assuming control of the assignment of Internet addresses and domains, we may be living in the last days of the Internet as a free and open platform for communication and dissemination of information.

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