Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War Illustrates the Immorality that is the foundation of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Initiatives

Worcester TeaParty movie review of Avengers: Infinity WarMarvel’s latest movie, Avengers: Infinity War will open up every American’s eyes to the horror being imposed upon the United States and all countries via the United Nations’ Sustainable Development initiatives.  Also referred to as Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030, the new Avengers’ movie addresses this somewhat complicated topic in a thrilling and entertaining way.  The Worcester Tea Party strongly recommends this fantastic film.

The supervillain of the movie, Thanos, parallels exactly the immoral justification of the UN planners’ efforts to impose the misnomered “Sustainable Development” initiatives upon every sovereign nation.  The underlying concept is based upon the belief that the human race is destroying the planet, and therefore our proliferation and use of the Earth’s resources must be controlled by a centralized authority.

In the real world, this would be the Elites and Globalist that comprise the United Nations.  In Infinity War, it would be the antagonist, Thanos.  Both equally as evil.

In an exchange with Gamora, a woman he viewed as his daughter, Thanos proclaims, “I saved you,” in which Gamora replies tearfully that her people were happy the way they were, but regardless Thanos murdered half of them.  Thanos then justifies his actions by claiming it was, “A small price to pay for salvation . . . Going to bed hungry, scrounging for scraps? Your planet was on the brink of collapse. I was the one who stopped that. You know what’s happened since then? The children born have known nothing but full bellies and clear skies. It’s a paradise.”

Gamora replies simply, “You’re insane.”

The justifications for Agenda 21 / Agenda 2030 and the disposition of the entire UN Sustainable Development initiatives are founded in the idea that the middle class and our single family homeownership creates environmentally unfriendly “sprawl” because each home must have its own septic, water supply, and “greenspace” (land) to exist.

The UN’s solution is to force all people who are not wealthy enough to buy their freedom to live as they choose into “mixed use, high density” living conditions. Called “growth centers,” the idea is to economize on land use and infrastructure by stacking people on top of each other and structuring societies in such a way that people work in the same general area as they live.

A vast majority of middle class America, of course, would not voluntarily choose to live in such a way, so the use of force must be applied.  This is being done by passing “economic development plans” such as RhodeMapRI in Rhode Island, the Florida Seven/50 initiative, and Thrive MSP 2040 in Minnesota.  All of these efforts are rooted in an anti-freedom, anti-property rights push and wholly opposed to the principles America was founded and designed to destroy local zoning and make it financially impossible for those of modest wealth to live in their own home.

Often shrouded in lofty language that is hard to dispute, the elements of the destruction of the American Dream is unquestionably the motive behind the entire UN Sustainable Development effort.  On page 23, Section 5.3 of Agenda 21 it states:

The growth of world population and production combined with unsustainable consumption patterns places increasingly severe stress on the life-supporting capacities of our planet. These interactive processes affect the use of land, water, air, energy and other resources. Rapidly growing cities, unless well-managed, face major environmental problems.

This paragraph continues by concluding:

Population policy should also recognize the role played by human beings in environmental and development concerns. There is a need to increase awareness of this issue among decision makers at all levels and to provide both better information on which to base national and international policies and a framework against which to interpret this information.

In the following page, Section 5.6c, the UN Agenda 21 documentation even goes so far as to state, “Identifying priority areas for action and developing strategies and programmes to mitigate the adverse impact of environmental change on human populations, and vice versa.”

The United Nations hopes people do not pay attention to the fact that they are not just considering environmental change on humans, but also the assumption that we are destroying our environment.  As anyone living the hell created by the entire Sustainable Development initiatives on their town or state knows, the focus of the Agenda 21 / 2030 goals is squarely targeted on human’s impact on the environment and not in any way the other way around

Therefore, the Worcester Tea Party Eagle Soars meter for the Avengers:  Infinity War is 4.5 out of 5.  The film is truly entertaining and unique in regard to its shocking ending.  It underscores extremely well what was at one time a stealth assault on the American Dream, but now due to the overarching storyline throughout this new Avenger movie, many Americans may better understand this serious threat.