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Welcome, Welcome, welcome. It’s Ed Martin here on the Pro America Report. Great to be together a lot to cover today. And of course, we’re starting out with what you need to know. The daily WYNK. And visit proamericareport.com and you’ll get the WYNK e-mail. What you need to know which comes into your inbox at 8:00 AM East Coast, 5:00 AM Pacific. Very valuable. A few links, a few things, a few details you need to catch up on. For your day and you’re ready. Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM, East Coast, 5:00 AM Pacific proamericareport.com. Welcome. It’s Ed Martin here on the Pro America Report.
We’ve got some things to cover, and I want to set this up for you. This today’s WYNK. What you need to know is about the international, the international, the so-called globalist movement and what’s going on. We’re in the midst of a lot more stuff than people ever realize. And I’ll tell you about that. But let’s let me set this up first.
Over the weekend, at Eagle Council, there was an extraordinary discussion, a panel discussion, and I, I don’t know if you can call it a panel when there’s only two people on it. But there were two people on this panel. One of them was John Schlafly, the oldest son of Phyllis Schlafly and a longtime writer and observer on the issues around conservatism and Alex Newman. Alex Newman is a form, I I would say he’s an investigative journalist. By background, he’s also an author. He’s written a number of books. He’s founder of Liberty Sentinel media company, Liberty sentinel.org, and a very good, very bright guy. High energy guy. Interesting guy. I didn’t know till this weekend session that he lived overseas for a big chunk of his adult life. Also, I think in Denmark, maybe anyway. So he’s a great, impressive speaker. This panel, these two men in this case spent the better part of an hour just talking about the globalists. What that meant, who that is. And so at various times, the conversation that Alex was talking about, the impact of the World Health Organization and on the COVID stuff, John Schlafly was talking about the history of the the movement. One of the really interesting discussion points was Alex Newman. Telling the story that he he received one of his early motivations in this area, the globalists, by reading a book by the late Phyllis Schlafly called Kissinger On the Couch. She wrote a lengthy, it’s a 3, 400 pages, probably almost 400 pages. Analysis of Kissinger’s both policy positions and connection to the long standing and now historically documented sort of globalist movement. The Bilderbergers, Rockefeller Foundation, and other things. So.
But one of the things that I wanted to tell you was you listen to all this stuff and you’re listening to, you know, World Health Organization. You, you, you. And as I told you a while a while ago now, maybe two years, I signed up for an e-mail from the from Politico EU, Politico Europe. There’s a Politico in Europe. Politico.eu is actually the website and it it covers like Politico does in America. It covers European stuff and in in this case it’s heavy on it’s heavy on the European Union specifically, and every morning at about 2:00 in the morning, which would be about 8:00 in the morning in Brussels, this e-mail goes out kind of like my WYNK. And so I wake up when I wake up very early. I see that in my inbox first. It’s very it’s kind of effective. It’s a lesson for you. And I don’t read it every day, but I read it probably 3 times a week. Quick, quick ripping through this e-mail and it’s Always interesting to. To read about the EU, I. Mean it’s a big bureaucracy.
Another detail of our Eagle Council is we had a leading conservative from Poland in his name is Jerzy Kwaśniewski. I’m mispronouncing it, but he heads up a big think tank, a conservative legal think tank in Poland. And he was with us for Eagle Council, and he was talking about the impact of some of. The European Union policies and how they interact and how they’re pushing down on nation states like Poland. But all that to say, in fact, Jerzy was headed up to New York after our meeting because in in New York and the over these yesterday, today, tomorrow in preparation for the UN General Assembly, the annual meeting of the UN, the big General Assembly, there will be what’s called the SDG. SDG Summit SDG what is that? Sustainable Development Summit which met in 2015. OK. And they said we have 17 actual sustainable development goals, that’s sorry, that’s the. The G in it. That sustainable, so the UN Sustainable Development Summit in 2015 came up with 17 SDG’s sustainable development goals. OK, that’s 2015. And they said we have 15 years to get to that 2030. So a little bit more than halfway there.
So now you say. Boy, I haven’t even heard. Of that, I really didn’t even. Yeah. Then. So now you go in and you look at that and you say to yourself, what is all this, sustainable development goals? Now remember, a lot of these goals are stuff that the America signs onto and We end up. Being the biggest. Payer. We end up being the ones that have the most money to be able to cover the reality of sustainable development goals and the you know the the Chinese or others who are in the game, they say Oh yeah, we like that idea, but they’re not gonna put any money in. They just it’s every time we do this, it’s like Lucy and Charlie Brown with the football. They put it out there and we go, we run. Towards it we say it’s going to be great and then we we end up on our back.
And so here’s what you need to know up there in New York. It’s like the greatest gathering of the reality of seeing how fraudulent this is. What do I mean by that? Well, there are literally thousands and thousands. Of connected political types from around the world, but certainly in. America, Bill Clinton’s there with Hillary and and And Chelsea and all these, that’s all those types that have gathered around, hundreds and hundreds and thousands and thousands of politicos who are milking this and billions and billions, trillions of dollars being allocated for some goals that some UN group set up. And if you argue against. Ohh, who’s against sustainable development? Ohh my gosh, who’s, everybody’s for that, right? But it’s the same deal as always.
Two things. One, the control, there’s a there’s an ability. If you’re gonna have sustainable development, you gotta have certain rules, certain regulations, certain laws, certain decisions need to be made in a Certain direction, we’re Going to tell you a a sovereign states like America, Poland, Hungary, anybody else. Which way to go?
And second, it turns out that, no surprise. The greatest hoax Is the implementation of the climate change agenda and that this is an important way that that Vivek Ramaswamy said this, he said it first. I’ve stolen it wholesale because it actually captures it. I don’t even know. I don’t believe any of the scientists anywhere about all the climate change, things about what they say. But I can look at their solutions and the solutions are us Americans paying more money than anybody else to to get the thing fixed? And so ultimately the hoax is. You guys pay and it’ll get better. They they can’t. They can’t, actually, you know, make a a plausible argument that the underlying facts are right, in my opinion, I don’t believe any of it. I don’t believe anybody any any of the science now because it’s so, so clear that we’ve been misled so often. But I can tell you all you have to do is look closely and say. What? You’ve got The the entire UN General Assembly. On a 15 year plan for sustainable development and the Sustainable Development goals, all are overlapping about that about child population, about the climate change, all these kinds of things and you say. Huh. The common denominator is we’re told. What the threat Is, we’re told don’t think about where the numbers come from or who’s doing the analysis. Just think about how you can pay for it, how you guys can pay for it, America, and how you can get yourself aligned with what we think should happen. And if you don’t think that it ends up costing us more money, you’re not paying attention. You are not paying attention and again all you have to do is point to the the the thousands and thousands of people that are gathered here in in New York City. Not here. Gather here you gather in New York City for this all the political types, all the political consultants I looked at there was a spotted out to dinner at the Tavern on the Green if you if you don’t know what the Tavern on the Green is. In in, in, in in Central Park. There is a very high end. Really I’ve I’ve only been to the I’ve been to the the bar or. To the the reception area. I’ve never. I don’t think I’ve ever been to the the dining room. Maybe I’ve been to the dining room? I don’t know. But it’s a nice place. But its location is Central Park and it’s a high end place. Where in the in the Politico EU coverage or Politico coverage in general There’s meat in the in one of the receptions there was all the political types, consultants. Not just, not just elected officials. Consultants, you Know all the, And bureaucrats, all the people.
So again, remember, follow the money. Follow the money Is the great clarifier of what’s going on. And if there’s. Billions and billions and trillions sloshing around, sloshing Around and and. And there’s gonna Be people gathering around and we’re paying, so watch for these boondoggles. Remember, when you look at them now, don’t look at them through The distrust and Verify. When somebody says Ohh look, there’s sustainable development goals you distrust. Then verify that it might be that there’s something good in there, but the starting point in the past was well, we’ll trust it and we’ll see how it works out. We we never really get to the bottom of seeing how it works out. So there you have it. That’s what you need to know. More of your tax dollars being spent for internationalist Globalist goals in New York City over These days and. It’s a mess.
All right, we’ll take a break. We’ll Be right back. It’s Ed Martin. Here on the Pro America Report back in a moment.