Nobody wants to talk about population control…Well we can’t kill everybody…” David Terungwa, Executive Director, Global Initiative for Food Security and Ecosystem Preservation.
We need to change behavior at an individual’s level. We must start acting now,” Satay Tripathi, UN Assistant Secretary General.
Those were just a few of the radical comments from speakers at the United Nations’ 68th Annual Conference for Civil Societies, taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah this week.
CFACT’s on-the-ground operative is attending the conference under-cover, reporting back on the radical plans the UN has for communities across the United States.
By holding these swanky conferences, the UN is attempting to “normalize” a dangerous urban planning agenda – and it may be coming to your hometown sooner than you think.
Here’s what our investigative reporter has found:
A Dangerous Urban Planning Agenda
An estimated 5,000 attendees from all over the world, plus hundreds of volunteers (and hundreds of young people), are discussing how to establish “sustainable communities” across the United States. This includes a transition to 100% so-called renewable energy, urban and suburban planning, encouraging or mandating rooftop gardens, and finding ways to incentivize “behavior change” to mitigate climate change........To Read More....