We, citizens of the world, hereby resolve to establish a world federation to be governed in accordance with this Constitution for the Federation of Earth.
While one may easily disagree with the specifics presented (I won't regurgitate what can be easily Googled, since I'm writing an article, not a book here).
3. To engineer and bring about the destruction of religion, and more especially, the Christian Religion (with the exception of money, of course).
I've addressed this elsewhere, largely through the voice of my deceased friend, Deana Jensen, who certainly did her homework on the topic click here
4. To establish the ability to control of each and every person through means of mind control and what Zbignew Brzezinski called techonotronics, which would create human-like robots and a system of terror which would make Felix Dzerzinhski's Red Terror look like children at play.
I wish the invisibles good luck. In a quarter century of teaching elementary school, and working my behind off, I stand firmly on the conviction that "it isn't possible." For support, I suggest you ask any teacher you know.
5. To bring about the end to all industrialization and the production of nuclear generated electric power in what they call "the post-industrial zero-growth society".
So far, not too bad! We need zero-growth on a finite planet and we have all benefited from computer- and service industries, to the point that we'd be mighty hard-pressed to live without them.
The rest of point #5 is that with "free trade agreements," other US industries will be exported to countries such as Mexico where abundant slave labor is available. Don't we know this, and isn't this why we're voting for Sanders (with an intent to watch him closely and get more involved in politics generally)?
6. To encourage, and eventually legalize the use of drugs and make pornography an "art-form", which will be widely accepted and, eventually, become quite commonplace. Marijuana is but the first, of course Big Pharma is doing its job in creating "prescribed addicts."
Isn't pornography legally already an "art form"? And a source of much-needed testosterone reduction for many? Not to mention a viable form of therapy, used by many sex therapists? Some claim that porn saved their marriage. Did you see "The People vs. Larry Flynt"? Please give me a break and at least open a window around here. This is as absurd as Chris Hedges and Robert Jensen writing an article proclaiming that "Pornography is what the end of the world looks like."
7. "To bring about depopulation of large cities""
Damn good and commendable idea! I'd like to start that one here in Salt Lake, where Mormons, like Catholics and many other religions, have long encouraged overpopulation of our fragile planet. Most biologists who've studied the situation come up with 500,000 as the Earth's carrying capacity for humans, as do I, based on wanting to see a planet graced with life, not being overrun by weeds, starlings, cockroaches, and miserable humans. But I also add promptly NOT
"according to the trial run carried out by the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia. It is interesting to note that Pol Pot's genocidal plans were drawn up in the US by one of the Club of Rome's research foundations, and overseen by Thomas Enders, a high-ranking State Department official. It is also interesting that the committee is currently seeking to reinstate the Pol Pot butchers in Cambodia."About all I can do here is quote Carl Sagan:"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence"--which are grandly lacking in the original article, not to mention totally absent.
8. "To suppress all scientific development except for those deemed beneficial by the Illuminati. Especially targeted is nuclear energy for peaceful purposes."
If the unknown "illuminati" were intelligent, ethical scientists, or even thinking people, this would basically be a good thing, if we did not suppress research on things outside the scientific mainstream.