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Subject: David Icke Newsletter - July 29th 2012

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The David Icke Newsletter, July 29th, 2012



No, it's not 'global warming', it's Agenda 21.

Hello all ...
The sun is shining on the Isle of Wight for the third day running as I write this and it feels like the longest period without rain since records began, as they say. Well, the spring and summer began, anyway. Record-breaking temperatures in April made way for this record-breaking soggy, soggy, summer.
I am particularly aware of the weather in the summer because I watch my son play cricket and that is a game only played when it isn't raining. But the sky has not required scanning for a possible shower or two because deluge after deluge has been smacking against my office window day after day, week after week, often accompanied by the banging and rattling of ill-fitting frames battered by high winds.
The Isle of Wight, off England's south coast, gets much of its income from tourists who come to enjoy the beaches and beautiful countryside, but there haven't been many tourists this year and those that have come have spent most of their time drying out.
There have been flood warnings after flood warnings throughout the months that should be Britain's driest of the year. The British weather is rarely predictable and that's why we are famous for talking about it, but this has been something else.

Welcome to summer. Beach anyone?
Meanwhile in the United States and Canada the opposite has happened with a catastrophic drought across the country's heartland and food-growing regions which has so many massive potential implications. It began in the spring, just as the rains did in Europe, with an extreme lack of snow that denied the soil the benefits of the annual melt-water.
This was caused by a change in the usual weather patterns that directed winter storms away from North America and a record-breaking heat wave has followed which has not only kept the rains away, but evaporated groundwater and absorbed the little moisture that was in the soil.
This has created a vicious circle in which drought has denied the moisture which the rain-cycle requires and bad has gone to worse and worse. When it does rain the ground is so rock-hard that it cannot absorb it and this can cause flash flooding because if the water can't go downwards it goes outwards.
Some 1,300 counties in 29 states in the US have been declared natural disaster areas and rivers like the Missouri, in serious flood last year, are so low that it is affecting river commerce. Everything that could have gone wrong has done so.

Britain's summer deluge is being blamed on a 'sluggish' jet stream which weather forecasters say normally directs weather patterns from the Atlantic across the United Kingdom and away into Scandinavia. But this year that has not been happening. They say that the jet stream developed 'huge waves' which stopped the rain's momentum and instead caused it to pitch camp mostly over the islands of Britain. One forecaster said:
In a way it is like a rope which is not nice and straight but has kinks in it, making it move right down to the south and then back up to the north. Anything that gets caught by the weather does not have the jet stream to move it along and gets held up in the loop. When the jet stream doesn't push weather systems along, that causes rain and thunderstorms.
It is highly relevant to look at the consequences of all this on both sides of the Atlantic before I outline what I suggest is happening here.
Thousands of record temperatures were matched or broken in a single week in the United States at one point and this has been happening at a crucial time of the year for corn pollination. One report said that many American corn farmers were 'on the brink of total disaster' and financial ruin - exactly as planned.
Corn stockpiles have been falling dramatically and the cost has risen by more than half with knock-on price rises certain for the 75 per cent of American foodstuffs that contain corn. The increased cost of animal feed will increase prices for meat and milk.

The picture is potentially similar in Britain and Ireland. Reports have told of crops rotting in waterlogged fields and farmers forced to feed animals indoors with supplies that should be stockpiled for the winter. Eddie Downey, vice-president of the Irish Farmers' Association, said two weeks ago:
If the weather does not pick up we are looking at a bleak harvest. Farmers won't be able to harvest crops because the ground conditions are so bad. If we got a reasonable spell of weather, a lot of work could be done to avert a catastrophe but we are in salvage territory right now ...
... In northern England and Europe farmers are flooded... and in Poland and America they are burnt out of it. There is a serious shortage of grain and meat in the world and the weather problems could have a major effect on food prices.
So here we have the key consequences of these extremes of weather. (1) Small, medium and family farms are in potentially fatal economic straits; (2) shortages of basic foods; (3) big rises in the cost of food amid already enormous economic challenges for much of the population.
Now let us compare that with the goals of something called Agenda 21 about which I could write for hours and indeed have done so for a book I am currently compiling. But I will keep it focussed on farmers and food on this occasion.

Agenda 21 is a programme for the transformation of human society into a global prison camp and it is being imposed step-by-step through the United Nations. It hides behind 'local Agenda 21 initiatives' which are claimed to be driven and agreed by local people.
But in truth it is all being ruthlessly centrally coordinated around the world by an organisation called the International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives, or ICLE. I realised that the Isle of Wight where I live had agreed to run its affairs in accordance with Agenda 21 as long ago as 2000 and its website claims that local people are making the decisions.
I had no idea until recently that the Island authorities had jumped aboard Agenda 21, never mind 12 years ago, and I have been asking local people as I meet them since then if they have ever heard of it. I have not yet found anyone who has said 'yes'. It is not about local people at all, but global control via local sub-networks of the planned world government.

Agenda 21 was signed at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992 hosted by Maurice Strong, a Canadian oil and business billionaire and long-time frontman for the Rothschilds and Rockefellers.
Strong is a member of the Club of Rome, the environmental Hidden Hand in the network that includes the Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations. Strong said in support of Agenda 21: 'Isn't the only hope for this planet that the industrialised civilisation collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?
We are back to the Big Lie about human-caused global warming or climate change which is the driver of Agenda 21 on the grounds that we must have 'sustainable development' and 'biodiversity'. These are, as always, thoroughly misleading terms when used by the bloodline families and their corporate cartels which have spent hundreds of years in various guises destroying sustainability and biodiversity.
I am all for sustainability in that you don't use more than can be replaced and biodiversity in the sense of allowing a vast array of species to flourish; but the bloodline cartels are doing the opposite of that especially through the World Bank, IMF and the banking system in general which is sucking the life-force out of country after country.
Also in their camp are corporations such as Monsanto which is seeking to destroy diversity to impose its genetically-modified, poison-infested, all-consuming Frankenstein crops that fundamentally threaten the future of species diversity in food, animals and bird life.

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