On 7 July 2023, the Mayor of Glastonbury debated her council's Net Zero carbon dioxide emissions policy with several speakers and an attentive audience at Glastonbury Town Hall. The event was chaired by Sandi Adams.
Sandi Adams trained as a set designer in London and worked for many years in theatre, TV, film and corporate live events.
Having a passion for social justice, Sandi found designing corporate live events for GlaxoSmithKline, Google, Microsoft, and other large corporations a challenge.
Aware that rampant hyper-globalisation was the aim of most of these large corporations, she took a step back and reduced her workload to spend time looking at what is really going on in our world, moving from London to Glastonbury in 2009 and giving up the corporate world.
Since then, her interest in the United Nations' Agenda 21 / Agenda 2030 and the Great Reset (World Economic Forum) has grown, and for the last fifteen years she has been hosting talks on the subject, to raise awareness of the coming top-down global-governance, technocratic agenda.
Sandi is currently writing a book about UN Agenda 2030 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The events of the last three years have confirmed the research she has been doing, as most of it has manifested.
This has been a personal revelation: that we are in a human and spiritual battle for our destiny as human beings on this planet, to determine how we will survive it and endure the pernicious march towards transhumanism and AI, the theft of our souls.
Sandi is a researcher, speaker, presenter, mother, and grandmother.
Mayor Indra Donfrancesco
Councillor Indra Donfrancesco is the new Green Mayor of Glastonbury Town Council.
She has been involved in environmental campaigning and direct action for over 25 years.
She is committed to the Town Deal in Glastonbury to deliver net zero by 2030.
Our thanks to Sandi Adams, Eli Everyman and Matthew Williams for their hosting and technical efforts on the night.