If Idahoans don’t believe the United Nations (UN) has any influence on their lives in Idaho they need to take another look at how the UN is operating here.
The first example, United Water, a water utility that contracts with Boise, announced they have become “Suez Environment”, Suez being a UN business partner. As seen on the same United Water link above they partner with certified UN NGOs American Water Works Association and Water Environment Federation. Suez Environnement is tasked with the responsibility of promoting UN goals of sustainability. Here is a letter written in 2010 to the United Nations Office at Geneva and Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights supporting those objectives by Bertrand Camus, CEO of United Water. United Water continues to expand its control of water in the United States as well as expanding into other utilities such waste management, furthering another Agenda 21 goal of controlling resources. These functions have traditionally been managed by local cities but now, through public private partnerships, the UN is taking control of how we manage our local city services.
So where else is the UN operating in Idaho?
The Gardner company, the primary construction company behind the massive, stack and pack, changes in downtown Boise and other Idaho cities, is implementing the transformation of cities per UN standards. On Gardner’s website, they proudly promote their dedication to constructing LEED certified buildings (second bullet above clients). Here is a description of the LEED program. Boise mayor, Dave Beiter, and his council consistently approve this company’s involvement in transforming Boise into a human settlement.
LEED, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is actually a program of the US Green Building Council (USGBC), which is a certified UN NGO. Under the mission statement, as a UN NGO, the USGBC goal is “To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built, and operated, enabling a sustainable, socially-responsible, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life for all.” AKA, UN designed. The U.S. Green Building Council even has a Idaho chapter located in Boise.
The Gardner company, being dutiful to the UN, is also responsible for promoting human settlement concepts in their planning such as high density housing, mass transportation, biking & walking to services, and mixed use, all human settlement concepts. Chapter 7 of Agenda 21 outlines the objective.
In another example, Hewlett Packard (HP) is a large global corporation with a complex based in Boise. In this 2011 report HP outlined its philosophy for employees and their work environment including global citizenship, diversity and inclusion, and a global human rights policy, really the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The UN explains how they work with “corporate” sectors to enforce their notion of human rights. Thanks HP for forcing UN ideology onto your Idaho employees.
The United Nations Global Compact is a UN conglomerate of large corporations around the world who promote UN goals and objectives. Our own local HP is a member of the Global compact and UN business partner, joining the compact in 2002. In this 2009 brochure, page 4, HP boldly declares one of its seven objectives is Global Citizenship. Here is a link to 49 pages on how they are progressing with this objective and here is the most recent 2013 report. A more in-depth report on how laden HP is with UN objectives can be found here.
One more water example. Throughout Idaho climate stations have been placed to monitor our use of water, our climate, and production. In 2014 the Caribou Soil District, University of Idaho, Bureau of Reclamation, and National Resources Conservation Service “in partnership” with Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), a UN certified NGO, created a project called Irrigation Efficiency in Idaho. “As a signatory to the UN Global Compact CEO Water Mandate and a member of its steering committee, AB InBev has integrated the Mandate’s six core elements in our approach to water management: direct operations, supply chain and watershed management, collective action, public policy, community engagement and transparency,” and “funded the installation of six new AgriMet climate stations, coordinated three case studies to demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology, and incorporated 25 growers into the pilot within our Idaho farming community.” This map shows where those stations are in Idaho. What better way for the UN to monitor Idaho climate, water, and production as NGOs report their information to the UN. AB InBev also promotes global citizenship.
These examples demonstrate corporate fascism, the UN colluding with the government at all levels through the creation of “public private partnerships” so well described throughout Agenda 21. There is no protection from those you elect, both political parties participate in this agenda to advance UN goals.
It is time for Idahoans to wake up. For anyone who thinks this is just conspiracy theory or only tin foil hatter talk, all of this information is available directly from the UN where full descriptions of their activities are given. Idahoans should stand up to the Idaho legislature, demand legislation banning all UN activity in Idaho, and stand up to the federal government refusing all UN integrated legislation into our state, the most recent being SB 1067, now known as HB 1. There is little time left as Technocracy, (Patrick Wood), the UN, and corporations continue to advance their agenda. Do Idahoans want to be subject to these despots as they decide what we possess, how we can act, what we think, what we eat, where and how we live, what we teach our children, and what resources we are allowed? These are only a few examples of how we are being forced to exist under UN doctrine as the United Nations of Idaho.