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The Plan For The Future

In the last debate between President Donald Trump and Presidential Candidate Joe Biden, the Democrat Candidate mentioned his campaigns plan to move entirely off fossil fuels and pursue The Green New Deal. The one aspect that caught my attention is the referenced end date of 2050 for accomplishing this goal.

This is where the Rockefeller Foundations document, America 2050: The U.S. Strategy for the next half-century comes in. ~ ~

This is the plan, and it is quite the objective. Within this initiative, 2020, 2025, and 2030 are monumental years. If this year is any indication, I am not sure I want to see what the other milestones have in store for us.

The Rockefeller Foundation is a private foundation based at 420 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Standard Oil owner John D. Rockefeller started the Foundation along with his son John D. Rockefeller Jr. ("Junior"), and their business and philanthropic advisor, Frederick Taylor Gates. The New York State Legislature formally accepted its charter, and the establishment date is recorded as May 14, 1913.

As of 2015, the Foundation is the 39th largest U.S. foundation by total giving. By year-end 2016, the foundations' assets tallied at $4.1 billion, with annual grants of $173 million.

According to the OECD, the Rockefeller Foundation provided USD 107.2 million for development in 2018.

Okay, so it is easy to see, The Rockefeller's' continue to wield power, money, and direct influence over many different facets of our government.

The Rockefeller's have a sketchy past, and when considering their motives, their support for Authoritarian regimes need to be considered. For generations, The Rockefeller's have used their Foundation to push their agenda, alter the socio-economic landscape in their favor, and push for further control over the lives of the United States citizens. When you gaze into their past indiscretions, from the beginning, they have aided in globalist ideals and, if I may be so bold, longed for a New World Order in which control is the commodity.

In 1930 the Rockefeller Foundation provided financial support to the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity, and Eugenics, which later inspired the Third Reich eugenics experiments.

The Rockefeller Foundation funded Nazi racial studies even after it was clear that this research was being used to rationalize the Jewish population and other groups' demonization. Reports submitted to Rockefeller did not hide what violence these studies justified, but Rockefeller continued the funding and refrained from criticizing this research so closely derived from Nazi ideology.

Its overall philanthropic activity consists of five main subject areas:

  • Medical, health, and population sciences

  • Agricultural and natural sciences

  • Arts and humanities

  • Social sciences

  • International relations

Now, with at least a rudimentary understanding of the power and influence this Foundation wields, let's check out the actual document.

Alright, they start off with an explanation of the problem at hand, and it revolves around climate change, reducing emissions, and the recalibration of social equity. One of the main issues that they point to is that the United States relies on 60 percent of its oil imports from foreign and hostile countries. The thing is, in 2019, the United States became oil independent for the first time since 1973.

But again, I believe this plan is already in the works, so despite becoming independent in that area, as great as it is, it doesn't seem to affect the end goal. Because it does state explicitly, "every single U.S. community—no excuses—must be part of the carbon reduction program." And it even goes as far as saying, "Finally, existing consumer lifestyles, built on high levels of personal consumption that constantly increase energy demand, need to be modified through a broad program of education urging Americans to embrace the old New England adage "Use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without."

The need for re-education programs is sprinkled throughout the document, even when referring to congress members, emphasizing "freshman" members of congress. By stating precisely that. "continuous nonpartisan education of congress members (especially freshmen) will be essential in the America 2050 dialogue. "

In order to combat these issues, the document points to the successes in Europe's Mega Regions.

"U.S. regional planning and development also lag behind initiatives in countries such as Japan and South Korea, and clearly behind those in China and India, Asia's Rising Tigers each experiencing a phenomenal boom in infrastructure building. And New high-speed train systems, which are the key to mobility in megaregions, and they are blossoming in some 14 nations worldwide. Yet there is not a single U.S. counterpart. "

So, they have the United States split up into ten mega regions. The northeast, Great Lakes, The Piedmont Atlantic Mega Region, Florida is identified as one by itself, the Gulf Coast, The Arizona Sun Corridor, The Texas Triangle, Cascadia, Northern California, and Southern California.

The vast mega-regions are supposed to be connected by high-speed rail, and they would have to be, seeing as they are going to be between 300 to 600 miles in length. This rail system would allow commuters to travel huge distances quickly for work, and it would reduce carbon emissions by eliminating car travel. They propose a new national land survey to declare areas outside of the megaregions as national park property, effectively ensuring that citizens live within these megacities or megaregions.

The document discusses roles the megaregions would play within the design; the California regions would act as the tech hub and venture capital resources. The great lakes would need to convert to new clean industries that promote the reduction of CO2 emissions and develop wind farms and other sustainable power resources throughout the Midwest. And this is a direct quote "The Great Plains, for example, could be positioned to become the new Persian Gulf of an alternative-energy world. They are the focus of hundreds of millions of acres of relatively fertile land, ideal for growing environmentally acceptable forms of biofuels. Additionally, or alternatively, they could be critical producers of extraordinarily promising new alternative-energy sources with wind farms and solar power. "

I am starting to get the impression that each region will be tasked with putting out a particular commodity for national or global consumption.

But let's move on to the next section. The document continuously references the Three E's that they stand by: "a prosperous Economy, a quality Environment, and social Equity."

However, their main goal, or focus point, is to reduce national carbon emissions by 80 percent by 2050, with clear interim targets for 2020 and 2030. And those targets will move the country onto a fast track toward slowing, stopping, then reversing carbon emissions.

This does seem to be the plan, building the massive cities and effectively corralling us into these regions by naming areas outside as federal property.

We will work towards the goals of the regions, not our passions, and we better get used to it…because we will have to live by the Old New England adage, "Use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without." And That's because luxury will be a thing of the past…unless you're in the in-crowd.

And between this and the transhumanist movement, the if you can't beat em, join em mentality, our future might be filled with a bunch of pissed off half-human cyborgs remembering the good ole days when we could go for a hike in nature.


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