Thursday, October 31, 2013

Redistribution Of Wealth By The UN - Politicians Engineered Domestic Industrial Decline

With every day that passes it becomes more apparent that national politicians are ignoring the various peoples they are elected to represent and are devoting their time imposing an internationally agreed global agenda based on equality of nations.

It doesn't take a genius to work out that in order to achieve this it will require a global redistribution of wealth on a massive scale; it also doesn't take a genius to work out that the developed world will have to suffer a severe downgrade in order to get anywhere near an equality of nations.

Conspiracy theories abound that the world is being run by Freemasons, Bilderbergers, Jewish Bankers and even shape shifting lizards.  These can be discounted on the basis of their unlikelihood, therefore I would suggest that instead of wasting valuable resources investigating these theories, attention should be switched to the United Nations.

The documents relating to 'redeploying world industry' and a global redistribution of wealth are there for all to see; one only has to look.

National politicians do not want their various populations to read these documents and to discover what their true intentions are; they rely instead on keeping their people ignorant, preferring state supplied 'bread and circuses' to divert their attention away from their treacherous actions.

After all, what kind of geek would sacrifice their precious time to plough through the Constitution of The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and the Lima Declaration, when they could be watching football or sitting in the local watering hole imbibing on their favourite ale. (Watching football in the local watering hole is a better option).

I happen to know one such geek and my findings are as follows:

The above mentioned UN organisation is better known as UNIDO and it serves as the vehicle that was specifically constructed to bring about the 'progressive' wet dream of global equality.

I will post links at the end of this post so that people interested in knowing the truth about how and why their industries disappeared will be enlightened.

The opening paragraph on the very first page gives an indication of what is to come.

The Preamble to the UNIDO Constitution states that:

"Bearing in mind the broad objectives in the resolutions adopted by the sixth special session of the General Assembly of the United Nations on the establishment of a New World International Economic Order in the UNIDO Second General Conference's Lima Declaration and Plan of Action for Industrial Development and Co-operation......"

In layman's language, UNIDO was set up as an agency under the auspices of the UN in order to engineer a New International Economic Order.

The later Lima Declaration agreed the means and processes to achieve this.

Article 1 reiterates the Preamble:

"The primary objective of the Organisation shall be the promotion and acceleration of industrial development in the developing countries with a view to assisting in the establishment of a New International Economic Order.  The Organisation shall also promote industrial development and co-operation on global, regional and national, as well as sectoral levels" 

The UN, using UNIDO, will be involved in global industrial development and redistribution of industry at all levels, including individual industries which are based in individual countries.

Article 2 paragraph (j) goes some way to explaining how industries and jobs disappeared from the developed world.

"Promote, encourage and assist in the development, selection, adaptation, transfer and use of industrial technology, with due regard for the socio-economic conditions and the specific requirements of the industry concerned, with special reference to the transfer of technology from the industrialized to the developing countries....'

After the setting up of UNIDO, the global redistribution of wealth started in earnest and the processes were embedded into national priorities by the Lima Declaration.

This is the document that confirms the deliberate de-industrialization and downgrading of the developed world by politicians who gave the well being of their own people a lower priority than their global 'progressive' agenda.

The Lima Declaration could have been written by Karl Marx himself and ignores the fact that socialist central planning has failed in every country where its been imposed, including the Soviet Union and China.  How the political elite expect central planning to work on a global basis is a lesson in the collective lunacy of the communist/socialist/progressive community.

The following are a few extracts to give readers an idea of where the jobs went and the sheer malignant behavior of national politicians toward their own people.

The pre-planned degradation of the developed world is summed up in Para 35.

Paragraph 35. "That special attention should be given to the least developed countries , which should enjoy a net transfer of resources from the developed countries in the form of technical and financial resources as well as capital goods, to enable the least developed countries in conformity with the policies and plans for development.."

Even countries who are in the process of developing are being asked to redistribute what they have managed to accumulate:

Paragraph 36. "That developing countries with sufficient means at their disposal should give careful consideration to the possibility of ensuring a net transfer for financial and technical resources to the least developed countries".

Like any controlling bureaucracy it has an inbuilt, uncontrollable urge to expand and increase its budget; they just can't help themselves.  The following paragraph is such an amateurish attempt at justifying expansion it's embarrassing.

Paragraph 68. "In order that it may intensify and extend its activities in the manner indicated above and play the central co-ordinating role in the field of industrial development within the UN system, and in order to increase its ability to render assistance to the developing countries in the most efficient way, it is essential that UNIDO's autonomy and functions be increased and expanded substantially and that UNIDO be provided with the resources for this purpose".

It truly is pathetic and frightening at the same time.

UNIDO and the Lima Declaration were designed so that treacherous national politicians could give away the wealth, technology, industry and jobs of their own people in order to comply with the requirements of the global elite of which they hope some day to be a part.

For the record, the USA and Australia were members of UNIDO but have since resigned their membership, declaring that free market solutions would help the third world develop faster as opposed to socialist central planning by the dysfunctional UN.

It is estimated that Australian politicians transferred around 200,000 agricultural jobs alone during its short membership of UNIDO.

As far as I know Great Britain is still a member of UNIDO and its political leadership remains committed to transferring technology, industries, jobs and treasure at the expense of their own people.

UNIDO Constitution

Lima Declaration and Action Plan

What is the Lima Declaration?


  1. 'The following are a few extracts to give readers an idea of where the jobs went and the sheer malignant behavior of national politicians toward their own people.'

    Speaking as both a citizen of the United Kingdom and a native Englishman my experience is it's like being stuck between two competing ideas. On one side you have the experimentalists, those who like to play god with human nature. Then there's the other side who think a country is just a very large business park. Neither gives a damn about people. Socialism sees people as political actors and Capital sees people as utility.

    Another highly informative article, Daniel. Thanks.


    1. Thanks for your contribution Steve. There have been lots of explanations banded about to explain the dramatic demise of a global industrial super power like Great Britain. It must be remembered that the industrial revolution began here.

      Victorian engineers were most skilled and innovative in the world. One only has to look the scale of what they did. Everything from aircraft to canals, roads, tunnels bridges, cars, motorcycles, were made in Great Britain.

      Now Great Britain can hardly produce an ingot of pig iron without foreign ownership.

      This post was an attempt to explain why the fall of British, and indeed western, industries was so spectacular.

      If I have time I will expand on this theme tomorrow.

  2. Have you read The Slow Death of British Industry - A Sixty-Year Suicide 1952-2012, by Nicholas Comfort? If not I can recommend it - ISBN 978-1-84954-463-4.

    When I qualified as a precision engineering craftsman, in '79, the writing was on the wall. NC machine tools were replacing skilled men but they were unreliable and very expensive, however I left industry anyway and joined the Army. When went back into aerospace, NC had become CNC and they were much more reliable, and cheaper - and more importantly they were foreign made. That is progress. The problem is we as a country should have been leading this new revolution. We didn't and our engineering has shrunk dramatically along with our skills base. Eye off the ball.


    1. Thanks for the tip Steve, I will give it a read. You are correct when you say that we as a country should have been leading the second industrial revolution. i.e modernization and adaptation.

      That would have taken political leadership; but , in my opinion, they had different priorities which included meeting their commitments to UNIDO and the Lima Declaration. They had no business signing up to it the first place without a national debate.

      With EU and UN treaties plus G8, G12 agreements and other international obligations, government is moving further away from the people and into the hands of unaccountable bureaucrats. Its time to re-balance the equation.

  3. Both the government(s) and the unions have a lot to answer for, Daniel.

    Post-war we went into a decline - though we'd been falling behind the USA since the turn of the century - which got sharper as we hit the '70's. They had/have different priorities, as you say. The problem for them is we are now stuck with population size more suited to an economy from the 1940's. At the very least we should have 'downsized' for a post-industrial economy. No, they went in the opposite direction, with uncontrolled mass Third World immigration. Nothing makes sense as overpopulation will impoverish millions. We need to hang a few then perhaps they'll see sense.


    1. You are absolutely right Steve, deliberately increasing the population when the traditional labour intensive industries are declining appears to be madness. It will indeed impoverish millions; in my opinion that's part of the overall plan.

      To the self serving political class, it is much better to have millions of people poor dependent on government than millions of prosperous people independent of government.

      There's method in their madness.

  4. Very educational! I had no idea that UNIDO even existed, let alone the Lima declaration.

    To the list (of two) countries that have withdrawn from UNIDO add New Zealand which has deposited a 'denunciation' of the Constitution of UNIDO with the Secretary General and as of 31st Dec 2013 will no longer be a signatory. This is a surprise as the John Key led National Party government has shown a great willingness to toe the UN line having gone to the extent of sneaking a coalition partner, Maori Party co-leader Peter Sharples, off to New York to sign the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in secret. Even his predecessor, Labour's odious Helen Clark, now head of the UNDP, would not sign it because it was too extreme.

    1. Further to the above, New Zealand is currently involved in negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership between Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam. These negotiations are being held in secret and are aimed at the abolition of tariffs and the liberalisation of their economies.
      Amongst the concerns being expressed from what little is known about the agreement are:-
      - international legal standards overriding domestic laws on both trade and nontrade matters,
      - foreign investors’ right to sue governments in international tribunals that would overrule the national sovereignty
      - environmental regulations concerning nuclear energy, pollution, sustainability
      - financial deregulation giving more power and privileges to the bankers and financiers
      - food safety with lowering food self-sufficiency, prohibition of mandatory labeling of genetically modified products
      - Government procurement with respect to buying locally produced/grown
      - Internet freedom
      - labor with regard to workplace safety and relocating domestic jobs abroad
      - patent protection and copyrights which will result in an decrease in access to affordable medicine and easier prosecution
      - public access to essential services such as water electricity and gas may be restricted due to investment rules.

      The US Government has been reluctant to enter in trade agreements with many of these countries in the past. It seems to me that their sudden willingness to do so has been to advance the Administrations agenda and to see to the interests of their backers such as the big banks and the film and music industry - ergo the Kim Dotcom saga.

    2. Thanks for the information. There's some good news tempered with bad news. New Zealand pulling out of UNIDO is great, but at what cost over the years? How many jobs have transferred during membership?

      I am going to look into this Rights of Indigenous Peoples nonsense, its sound like a white guilt trip to me, which usually involves taxpayers money.

      My initial happiness was dimmed somewhat after reading the second half of your comment. The TPP sounds a bit dodgy to me. Any time politicians hold negotiations in secret be prepared for a costly stitch up. If it was good for the people there would be no need for secrecy.

      If point 8 means the transfer of jobs abroad then it looks like pulling out of UNIDO and the Lima Declaration was a PR exercise.

      My advice is to watch this like hawk on steroids; if it's anything like the EU there will be a surrender of sovereignty and then your goose is cooked for generations. You will never get it back and bureaucrats will take over the government, don't touch it with a bargepole.