The World Economic Forum (“WEF”) and the World Wildlife Fund (“WWF”) have chosen three leading influencers – Greta Thunberg, Jane Goodall and David Attenborough – to market the ideology under the guise of a “new deal for nature.” In a previous article, we briefly looked at Goodall, who is not good at all. In this article, we briefly look at Attenborough.
The “new deal for nature’s” three marketeers are part of a much larger and all-encompassing plan. As highlighted by Professor Dolores Cahill, the United Nations’ (“UN’s”) Agenda 21 is a plan for this entire century and covers the 100 or so years from 1992, when it was adopted, up to the year 2099. There are detailed road maps for each decade – Agenda 2030, Agenda 2040, Agenda 2050 and so on.
As part of Agenda 2030, there are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”). The 17 SDGs were adopted by all UN member States in 2015. Agenda 2030 set out a 15-year plan to achieve the SDGs, i.e., a plan to implement the goals by the end of 2030. The “new deal for nature” falls under SDG14 and SDG15 and is being mis-sold to the public as “protecting biodiversity.”
Two of the marketeers aren’t only mis-selling the “new deal for nature,” that will displace around 300 million indigenous people and countless farmers, but Goodall and Attenborough are also openly marketing depopulation.
Attenborough is an English broadcaster, natural historian and author. He is best known for writing and presenting, in conjunction with the BBC Natural History Unit, the nine natural history documentary series forming the Life collection that constitutes a comprehensive survey of animal and plant life on Earth.
He has also talked for decades about overpopulation and how that drives climate change – a favourite topic with the very richest in the world. He is a member of the UK-based charity Population Matters(formerly known as Optimum Population Trust), was a friend of Prince Philip, has described human beings as a “plague on the Earth” and said sending food to famine-ridden countries is “barmy.”
Population Matters is a London-based think tank seeking to reduce the number of live births globally to reduce human impact on the environment. The organisation promotes widespread abortion, contraception, and sterilisation – styled “family planning” – in poorer countries and encourages smaller family sizes in developed nations. As well as Attenborough, famous patrons include Paul Ehrlich, Chris Packham and Goodall.