The road to 2030.
NEW UN TREATY
Unelected world bodies are moving once against to ‘preserve’ large parts of the planet.
Members of the United Nations have adopted a world-first treaty to “protect marine life in the high seas”, with the U.N’s chief hailing the “historic” agreement as “giving the ocean a fighting chance.”
Delegates from the 193 member nations burst into applause and then stood up in a standing ovation after hearing no objections to the treaty’s approval.
Such an agreement has been under discussion for more than 20 years, and had repeatedly stalled. But in March, delegates to an intergovernmental conference began the negotiations.
The treaty is designed to “protect biodiversity in waters outside national boundaries”, known as the high seas, covering nearly half of earth’s surface:
That’s right, the U.N. is moving to take control of all ocean regions outside of national boundaries in order to enforce greater restrictions on how they are used.
The treaty will create a new body to “manage conservation of ocean life and establish marine protected areas in the high seas”, as if there wasn’t enough that is off-limits already.
It also establishes “ground rules for conducting environmental impact assessments for commercial activities in the oceans”, giving more power to this off-shore UN power structure.
The new treaty will fall under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea, which came into force in 1994, before marine biodiversity was a well-established concept.
It will take effect once it is ratified by 60 countries.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told delegates that the adoption of the treaty comes at a critical time, with “…the oceans under threat on many fronts”.
“Climate change is disrupting weather patterns and ocean currents, raising sea temperatures, and altering marine ecosystems and the species living there.“
Yes, the old ‘climate change’ power-grab chestnut. We must give the UN more powers to ‘save the planet’ from ourselves.
He also noted that “…marine biodiversity is under attack from overfishing, over-exploitation and ocean acidification.”
Guterres said the treaty is “vital” to address these threats and he urged all countries to “spare no efforts to ensure that it is signed and ratified as soon as possible”.
This new treaty is just the latest in a recent string of moves that gives more authority to the UN to govern most of the planet’s land mass and oceans.
In the near future, humans will not be permitted to enter any UN-controlled zones for ‘the greater good’, as we steamroll towards 2030.
= AGENDA 2030
The United Nations continues their creep to take control of most of Earth’s resources, for which humans will be banned or face major restrictions just to use over the next few decades.
In December, UN negotiators have reached a “historic” deal at the COP15 biodiversity conference, representing “the most significant effort to protect the world’s lands and oceans” by 2030.
Countries cheered the achievement of the international deal, likening it to ‘nature’s equivalent of the Paris Agreement’, and likely serves as the catalyst for this new treaty.
“I think we have enough to declare it the Paris Agreement for nature,” said Espen Barth Eide, Norway’s Environment Minister, at the time of signing.
It’s not just the seas these parasitic elitists are planning to control.
In June 2022, an international team of UN scientists called for more than 40 per cent of Earth’s land surface ‘to be conserved’ in order to ‘protect biodiversity’.
The researchers found that a total of 64 million square kilometres, or 44 per cent of the Earth’s land surface, needs “to be protected from development” if we are “to halt the current decline in biodiversity”.
But here’s the catch.
The study reads: “The authors emphasize that much of the needed area is occupied by human populations, emphasizing the importance of improving sustainable cohabitation and ecosystem protection in these regions.”
We aren’t talking about ‘protecting’ much of the beautiful, wild environment that is out there — much of which is already listed under marine and heritage listings.
No, the areas that need ‘protecting’ are located where humans occupy.
At present, about 70 per cent of the land on Earth is already considered “ecologically intact”, and includes large swathes of habitat in regions like Australia’s remote interior.
Why do they need even more?
They need it because this is all a cover to take control of most of the planet under the guise of ‘safety and security’. The same think-tanks that want you to eat bugs also don’t want any humans leaving their smart city slave farms, and so they plan to make it all off-limits.
In 2019, just a few months before the ‘pandemic’ began, the UN called for an “international green deal” and overhaul of the world’s financial order to deliver on the Agenda 2030 plan.
The Gates Foundation are also contributing a whopping $1.2 billion towards Agenda 2030 for “a change of approach” to achieving all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
Australia, as always, is front-and-centre in any international shift that occurs, lapping up to the UN and any other unelected world body they can get their hands on.
Who made these people kings of the world?
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