Why a Global Government Is the Ultimate Goal of Billionaires

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The European Union’s “Energy Performance of Buildings Directive” — the legislative
instrument that dictates the energy performance standards for buildings within the EU —
will be used to achieve a massive wealth transfer scheme

By 2030, the EU must meet a minimum 55% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. By
2050, they want every building — commercial, public and residential — in the EU to meet
zero-emission standards. To achieve that, they will impose a slew of new renewal energy
requirements on homeowners

For example, heating systems that use fossil fuels are to be completely phased out of
existence by 2035. Homeowners will be required to install new “green,” presumably
electric, heating systems — and pay for it out of pocket. The cost for these new energy
requirements are estimated to be around 100,000 euros for a residential house

The goal is to force people out of their homes. If you cannot afford the required
upgrades, you’ll be forced to sell your home. Asset management companies will then buy
them and turn them into rentals

September 20, 2023, the U.N. General Assembly (UNGA) president approved a
declaration on pandemic prevention, which assigns pandemic authority to the WHO,
without a full assembly vote and over the objections of 11 member states. The
objections should have prevented a consensus adoption the declaration, but the U.N. is
skirting the rules by having the UNGA president, rather than the General Assembly,
approve the declaration
SOURCE URL: https://media.mercola.com/ImageServer/Public/2023/October/PDF/global-government-goal-of-billionaires-pdf.pdf

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  • Posted by mshupe 9 months, 2 weeks ago
    Does it make any sense to condemn this ambiguous category of billionaires as if there's no distinction between earned and unearned wealth?
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