Monday, November 23, 2015

United Nations plans require biometric identification and birth registration for all humans on Earth

Most Americans are too busy to pay attention to the United Nations, let alone the actions of their own government. This is unfortunate considering the fact that the place is run by representatives of vile, authoritarian regimes that are always looking for ways to control their respective populations as well as those of other countries.

Many of these efforts are embodied broadly under an initiative known as Agenda 21, which was further exposed recently during a speech by Pope Francis. In an encyclical released over the summer, the pontiff lamented about environmental issues and concentration of wealth in too few hands in a document that actually reads more like a globalist political manifesto than a religious or scientific offering.

At the time, we provided some definition and detail into Agenda 21. Pushed by the United Nations, the agenda consists of a bevy of proposed regulations that have been years in the making and essentially strip individuals of their freedom while asserting centralized control over private property. The provisions amount to population control and reduction in certain areas deemed ripe for "sustainability"; control over local and national economies via the regulation of carbon emissions and other mechanisms of pollutants; and globalized central control over the financial decisions of businesses and especially landowners.

Chipping the global population

Now, as reported by Michael Snyder at Blacklisted News, the UN wants to essentially microchip everyone on the planet so that global elitist "managers" can track us all 24/7/365 by 2030, which is when the elitists undoubtedly believe they will have sufficiently pacified the populace.

Snyder drew in part upon a previous post of his at The Economic Collapse Blog where he discussed 17 new "Global Goals" adopted by UN representatives in late September.

Among those goals is this nugget: "By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration." [See it here and click on item 16, then view the drop-down menu].

"The United Nations is already working hard toward the implementation of this goal – particularly among refugee populations," Snyder writes. "The UN has partnered with Accenture to implement a biometric identification system that reports information 'back to a central database in Geneva.'"

Snyder referenced a piece posted at Find Biometrics, a "global identity management" firm, which states:

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is moving forward with its plans to use biometric technology to identify and track refugees, and has selected a vendor for the project. Accenture, an international technology services provider, has won out in the competitive tendering process and will oversee the implementation of the technology in a three-year contract.

Snyder points out that according to additional information published by Find Biometrics, the technology will be utilized by the UN to eventually encompass every man, woman and child on the planet – not just refugees.

They're taking the world for themselves, and that means taking it away from you

He also notes that none of the language being used by the planetary masterminds is selected at random. We are referred referred to by the UN and many governments as "global citizens"; our economies are becoming more and more integrated (hence the new Trans-Pacific Partnership – the latest effort to advance economic "globalization"); and the tnternet has created global interconnectivity.

Even worse, Americans – the most "independent" of all people – are going along with it.

"Decades ago, most Americans would have been up in arms over something like this," Snyder writes. "But now most people just seem to accept these changes passively. Very powerful secret societies and international organizations have been moving us in this direction for a very long time, and most Americans simply have no idea what is happening."

Much of our inattention can be blamed on other factors. For one, tens of millions of people are distracted because they are trying to eke out a living; others choose to be distracted, spending more time paying attention to what Hollywood is doing or what friends are saying on social media.

Meanwhile, the world is being shaped by the elite, which primarily involves taking it away from – and then managing – you.

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Russia's new secret weapon could unleash massive tidal waves against U.S. coastal cities

As the world focused on the Middle East, and President Obama strove to retreat from the global stage in order to focus more on America's "fundamental transformation" over the past seven years, Russia emerged from its post-Soviet funk and began assuming once more its former role as chief antagonist of the U.S. and global bad boy.

One of the areas where Russia has dramatically improved its capabilities is in its robust effort to modernize its military. For a decade or more following the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s, Moscow's military languished in disarray and disrepair. Warships remained at their docks, rusting. Warplanes remained on their airbases, many of them lapsing into such shabbiness they were no longer airworthy. Conscripted soldiers were disillusioned and often underpaid. On the world stage, no one gave a "beaten" and broke Russia a second thought.

But then the 2000s arrived and with them ex-KGB operative Vladimir Putin, whose nationalism has been infectious during his long tenure alternating as the country's prime minister and president. Fed in large part by vigorous oil sales (and profits), Putin over the last decade has led an amazing revival of the Russian military. That has included the development and fielding of advanced new weapons platforms like the S-300 and S-400 air defense systems, the T-14 heavy tank and serious technological upgrades to Moscow's nuclear arsenal.

And speaking of that, one new atomic weapon is drawing the attention of the U.S. intelligence and defense communities for its dangerous and devastating potential – like, possessing the ability to stealthily approach U.S. coastal cities and obliterate them, leaving a radiation-filled debris field for hundreds of miles that would make the Fukushima disaster in Japan look tame by comparison.

A fearful city killer

As reported by and other media outlets, the Russians are apparently developing a new underwater drone sub that can carry a 10-ton nuclear warhead – enough TNT to destroy New York City, Washington, D.C., and Seattle, among other American cities.

Initially U.S. intelligence agencies called the program "Kanyon," but that designation has since changed.

What American defense officials now know about the program came from the "accidental" release of the vessel's plans during a state-controlled television broadcast of a meeting between Putin and his top defense officials. During the broadcast a television camera peered over the shoulder of a top Russian general as he perused a slide containing details of the sub drone, which reportedly has a range of about 6,200 miles, can travel at depths of about 3,300 feet, reach speeds of 56 knots and can be remotely controlled after being launched by larger conventional subs, reported The Washington Free Beacon.

'Intentional' release of information?

But the payload – the 10 megaton nuclear warhead – is what is most disconcerting to U.S. military planners. Even if the weapon was not guided into a major U.S. port and was instead detonated some miles offshore, some believe that the resultant explosion would create a massive tidal wave that could engulf entire urban populations, and with little warning.

With that in mind – the WFB noted further – some in the U.S. defense community believe that the "accidental" broadcasting of the drone sub's plans were actually done intentionally. Specifically, the site reported:

"Officials said that based on official statements from Moscow, the leaking of the nuclear drone submarine appeared to be part of nuclear saber-rattling and Russian information operations designed to dissuade the United States from deploying missile defenses in Europe that Russia opposes."

It's not clear if the Russians are actually developing this weapon or if the slides and the "intentional" disclosure of them was merely propaganda to get the Obama administration and the next president to back off plans to better protect European allies. But clearly drone technology exists, and has done for some time. It stands to reason that some nation would eventually get around to adapting if for maritime use.