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1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (Part 1)

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Uploaded on May 13, 2009

In June of 1972, leaders and bureaucrats from around the world met in Stockholm, Sweden, for the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, which marked the globalization of the Rockefeller-funded environmental movement. One of the leading names behind the conference, who was the Secretary-General of the event, is Canadian businessman and globalist new ager Maurice Strong, who is considered to be the father of the global environmental movement and today is very much behind the inner workings of the corporate-sponsored, foundation-funded "Green" movement, which is leading the push towards increasing wealth redistribution from the West to the East and third world nations, global taxation and regulation, more international law, the evisceration of national sovereignty, the elimination of property rights, more government control (ie. the elimination of basic freedoms), and eventually global communism under a totalitarian New World Order.

In this video you will see, along with the aforementioned Strong, people like former SS officer and then UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, addressing the conference calling for "global solutions" to this "global problem," as well as names such as population reduction advocate Paul Ehrlich (author of 'The Population Bomb') and then World Bank President, Robert McNamera.

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