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by Ron Stephens
Never heard of the IISD? You’d think that such an influential international think tank such as IISD in Winnipeg Canada would make headlines in the media. But it never has and there is a reason.
I urge everyone to spend some time investigating the IISD, its members, employees and goals.
IISD established in 1990, headquartered in Winnipeg Canada. It is but one more institution created to continue the false globalist environmental propaganda fed to generations. The Sustainable Development Timeline shows how the propaganda has played out of the years. Always sold to the masses as necessary for the health of the planet with the steady message that “man is the enemy.” As you go through the files and names of those involved understand this is not and never was about environment. It is and always was about global enslavement and control of all resources by a very small group of extremely evil men and women. Why do the same names keep popping up? Is it because they care about the environment or is it because these are the creators and controllers of a massive Global Scam?
IPCC official Ottmar Edenhofer, speaking in November 2010, advised that: “…one has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. Instead, climate change policy is about how we redistribute de facto the world’s wealth…”
The International Institute for Sustainable Development is a Canadian-based, international public policy research institute for sustainable development.
Since it was first articulated in the Brundtland Commission’s Our Common Future in 1987, sustainable development has never been superseded by a more compelling or universally-acceptable expression of humanity’s shared goals. At its simplest level, any form of development that is not sustainable contains the seeds of its own destruction. For development to be sustainable, it must not only generate wealth: it must also advance social justice, reduce and eventually eliminate poverty, and remain within the limits imposed by ecosystem and resource resilience.
The Earth Negotiations Bulletin is a balanced, timely and independent reporting service that provides daily information in print and electronic formats from multilateral negotiations on environment and development. It is published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), a non-profit organization based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The office of the Earth Negotiations Bulletin is based in New York City, two blocks from the United Nations.
The Earth Negotiations Bulletin began as the joint initiative of three individuals from the NGO community, who were participating in the preparations for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. Johannah Bernstein, an environmental lawyer and Director of the Canadian Participatory Committee for UNCED (CPCU), Pamela Chasek, a doctoral student at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and Langston James Goree VI “Kimo”, a former UNDP programme officer and NGO activist from the Western Amazon, created the Earth Summit Bulletin in March 1992.
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