No Smoke Without Fire 8: The Green King (Part 3)

As Debi Evans and Brian Gerrish continue to discuss the Green King and his plans, they touch on a strange paper found on the Scottish Government website. It seems to debate the best route for global governance: the European Union or the Commonwealth? Before Brexit, this seemed a strange choice, but today, the Green King’s Commonwealth ambitions are creating that new and disturbing future for mankind. 

It’s been a busy time for Royals, with sickness, breakdown of the family and controversy. But behind the scenes, Charles, the GreenKing, is a powerhouse driving for change in the world. Meet the monarch and his Terra Carta as he says:

The Terra Carta offers the basis of a recovery plan that puts Nature, People and the Planet at the heart of global value creation—one that will harness the precious, irreplaceable power of Nature combined with the transformative innovation and resources of the private sector.

If you don’t get a warm feeling from the idea that the private sector is going to be at the heart of “global value creation”, we agree—especially when the Green King is proud that he’s helped magic up $8.9 trillion to support transition to Net Zero while millions worldwide are starving in abject poverty and lack clean water. 

As if his Terra Carta is not enough, the Green King is plotting to use his Commonwealth as his private army of youthful change agents to help his agenda(s) become reality. He waxes lyrical on the strength of the Commonwealth:

We have common ambitions for a better future working together. The Commonwealth family is strongest through friendship. It’s like the wiring of a house and the current that runs through.

He is particularly focused on the young people: the Commonwealth represents one third of the world population, and two thirds of the Commonwealth population are young.