Sandi Adams joins Brian Gerrish for a wide-ranging catch up on Agenda 2030, Climate Change and much more, following our earlier three-part interview with her. Working very hard over many years as a self-taught researcher, Sandi has a built up a tremendous knowledge on the globalist agenda and the means by which it is implemented worldwide. She has given many talks on the subject, explaining what is being planned for us and why.
More recently, Sandi has been active in her local community, warning what is being planned under the label of "fifteen-minute cities", and how the underlying globalist plans will adversely affect local people. Most importantly, she has been showing people how to inform and challenge local authorities such as town councils, who are often implementing Agenda 2030 and Climate Change without any idea of where the agenda leads.
Sandi and Brian’s relaxed conversation weaves through a maze of topics to build an overall picture of what the globalists have planned for us. To help our viewers get the most from the interview, UK Column’s producer Stephanie has set out the key topics discussed below, with links for easy access to the subjects, key documents and essential background reading.
Please don’t just watch the video. Come back and make full use of the links below to research the whole subject for yourself. Fully armed with the background and facts, you will then also be able to stand up and speak out to protect your children and your grandchildren’s future. And that is what being active is all about!
Mentioned in the interview:
Behind the Green Mask: UN Agenda 21—Rosa Koire
Global Biodiversity Assessment—V.H. Heywood, executive editor
The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals
Mindspace document (Institute for Government and UK Government Cabinet Office, 2010)
Social and Emotional Learning—Education Endowment Foundation
Social and Emotional Learning—Education Policy Institute
Surveillance Play tables for very young children
The United Nations' Global Straitjacket—Joan M. Veon, 1999
UNDP Human Development Report, 1993
UN Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro, 1992
Climate change: COP 28 conference, 2023
Two-part article by Iain Davis for UK Column on ESGs