Trudeau does not matter, so stop wasting your time and energy………
We matter, and so do your children and grandchildren!
This is the end of Elaine DeWar’s book Cloak of Green. I read this book back in 2007 and just finished reading it again. If we are going to win this fight against the globalists, we must know them and understand them. Not unlike when a fighter views video of his opponent before the fight.
We must de-program our people, so they know and understand the enemy. I know of no other publication that can accomplish the task. Every man, woman and child needs to read this book. Then we can Stand, say NO! and Mean it.
We must win this spiritual/psychological war being waged on us, or the children, grandchildren have no future.
The book can be gotten at the library. If your library doesn’t have a copy, they can get a copy from another library. Once you read the book, even those most convinced that Global Warming/Climate Change/Climate Crisis is real, will understand the Fraud.
Everyone involved is in the book, including a lot of Canadians. It will blow your mind. When done reading it, you should be extremely angry. Our taxes have been used to take us down and hand us and our nations over to the globalists.
But…………we can and must stop them.
Last 2 pages of Cloak of Green-
In February of 1995, Maurice Strong and his colleagues made a presentation of great new ideas to the men who run the world at their annual meeting at Davos Switzerland. Strong had been invited along with Stephen Lewis and other old friends in April 1991 to a private meeting that endorsed the private Stockholm Initiative on Global Security Governance. Many politicians, former politicians, or about-to-be politicians also endorsed the Initiative including: Jimmy Carter, Gro Brundtland, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Vaclac Havel, Edward Heath, Bradford Morse, and Eduard Shevardandze. Out of the Initiative had come another private group called the Commission on Global Governance. Strong’s old friend, he prime minister of Sweden, and another old friend, Shridath Ramphal, had chaired it. They had compiled in book form the results of learned studies and their own ideas on new ways to manage us all. These proposals were launched at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum before he gathered heads of businesses worth about $3 trillion. (The UN and the World Economic Forum joined forces, New York, USA, 13 June 2019. The businesses are now reported to be worth $7 trillion) The World Economic Forum had so grown in importance by 1995 that Conrad Black was a featured media speaker, and president Bill Clinton sent greetings by video. The book titled Our Global Neighbourhood, called for more powers to new global institutions, a revamping of the United Nations, a devolution of various national powers down to the neighbourhood. (city states, ending nations states) It argued that competition policy and corruption were among the plethora of global problems requiring global management. Those who affixed their names to this book included: Manuel Solis, Barber Conable, Oscar Arias, Maurice Strong and Stephens Lewis. Other signatories included Adele Simmons of John D and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Jacques Delors of France; Wangari Maathai of Kenya; Sadako Ogata of Japan; and Qian Jiadong of China. The governments of Canada, India, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Indonesisa and Switzerland had helped pay for the Commission to do its work. So had the MacArthur Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation and the Ford Foundation, The usual NGO’s had been gathered up to give advice.
As always the Honourable Maurice Strong (Strong gained the title of Honourable when Mulroney appointed him to the Queen’s Privy Council) had been right – a new system of world governance, a Better World, (Referring to the Better World Society created by Ted Turner, who donated $1 billion to the UN) was not only possible, it was inevitable. In fact, it is upon us.
I thank Elaine DeWar for her four years of investigative work.
It is unfortunate that it was not given to every child in the indoctrination centers/public schools, where they have been mentally abused and made fearful for their futures via the Lies and Propaganda.
Rogelio A. Maduro 21st Century Science and Technology : “Cloak of Green … is a devastating expose of the shady finances of the international environmental movement… if you’ve been snookered into supporting the groups that raise money to prevent environmental doomsdays, this book just might help save your money for real causes.”
Publishers Weekly : “Cloak of Green probed the dark underbrush of environmental politics…”
Joe Woodard BC Report : “This is a must-read for anyone interested in environmentalism and the “global environment” movement…this account of [the author’s] determined four-year journey through environmentalism is a triumph of truth over ideology.
Cloak of Green is truly honest reporting of a threatening future.”
Most concerned citizens trust environmental groups to fight on behalf of the public for sensible solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. But Elaine Dewar discovered that this trust is often misplaced.
In this book the award-winning journalist explores links between key environmental groups, government and big business. Written like a mystery, Cloak of Green follows the author from a Toronto fundraiser for the Kayapo Indians of Brazil to the Amazon rainforest and the global backrooms of Brasilia, Washington and Geneva. Along the way she meets some fascinating people–Anita Roddick of the Body Shop, businessman-politican Maurice Strong, and activists who run key Canadian and American environmental groups. She discovers some disturbing revelations about these groups and their relations to “green” corporations and government.
Cloak of Green is a penetrating investigative study that challenges many established pieties of the environmental movement.
You can read part of the book here, Cloak of Green can be read on line here but you really need to get a copy and read the entire book to get a full understanding of the Fraud.