At the Rio +20 summit in Brazil this year, it was announced that climate change was no longer the main issue that the world is facing. Climate change was no less of a danger in their eyes, it was simply re branded into poverty. Which was now hailed to be the biggest problem. This fooled very few people, and I have now been seeing another attempt at re branding of the man made climate change theory.
At a recent United Nations event that we covered at the McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton, the panel was discussing how climate change and environmental issues had to be repackaged as health issues. “Quote” because they effect human health. Climate change has gone from a environmental issue, to a poverty issue, and now it is a health issue. All within a year.
Since that event I have been looking into the health industry in Canada, to see if they are implementing policies that back this new re branding and this is what I have found.
Health Canada our main federal health institution has implemented a sustainable development strategy. Which reads exactly like any other sustainable development protocol. With goals that include:
Theme 1: Addressing Climate Change and Air Quality
Theme 2: Maintaining Water Quality and Availability
Theme 3: Protecting Nature
Theme 4: Shrinking the Environmental Footprint – Beginning with Government
Read it in full here: hc-sc.gc.ca
Just like anything else in Agenda 21 and sustainable development. On the surface everything looks great! Who doesn’t want to be healthier and live in a healthier environment?
For those of you who have researched into agenda 21 you know that the real goal, is complete control of everything in your life. Sounds drastic but is very true. And when it comes to the Health Canada’s sustainable development plan all one needs to do, is follow where and how they are spending their money.
According to the spending chart in section 5 of this 2008-2009 Health Canada departmental overview tbs-sct.gc.ca
The two area’s that are receiving more funding than most others are health products and sustainable environmental health.
To anyone who hasn’t been paying attention to Health Canada’s policies towards natural health products in the last 10 years. A vast majority of the health product funding has gone into programs that are restricting Canadians abilities to manufacture or purchase natural health products. SWAT team styled raids against natural health practitioners, and funding absurd studies that state products are unsafe (most recent example is a push to ban citronella bug repellents). Are just a couple of examples of this.
This flies in the face of anyone with any common sense. Trying to build a sustainable future by blocking access to natural herbs, plants, and medicines? While allowing the Big Pharma companies to produce man made drugs at will. Regardless of how much of these medications are ending up in our water supplies through the sewage systems. That is, in fact the exact opposite of being “sustainable”. But makes total sense under agenda 21. More control over the people through access to health care.
Sustainable environmental health is explained in the above goals. Through these 4 themes Health Canada falls in line with the 2008 federal governments “Federal Sustainable Development Act”. Which once again seems harmless. Using less energy, printing less paper, driving less, etc.
Ultimately what this means is less jobs. A shrinking of the economy. The federal government is doing this all levels, as planned out in the Federal strategy. Which also states that shrinking government positions is only the first step of the plan. Ask any environmentalist and they will tell you that “we need to shrink the economy”. Just think about that. A growing population, with less jobs. How would that work? That is where the depopulation area of Agenda 21 will kick in!
Our country, the people, and everything we value is quickly being eroded. We must take a stand against both Health Canada and the United Nations NOW! if we do not. The future is very bleak.