Iain Davis is an author, blogger, researcher and short film maker.
You can read more of Iain’s work at his blog IainDavis.com. Iain is a former substance misuse counsellor and worked for many years in the health and social care sector. Following redundancy, Iain focused on his passion for research and journalism, obtaining a vocational (CPD) qualification as a journalist. Iain now lives and works on the south coast of England, and when he’s not writing, he toils on his allotment, after someone told him it would be fun. Iain wrote: I published my first book ‘A Dangerous Ideology’ in 2018 and my second Pseudopandemic in 2021. I also contribute to other news sites including UK Column, Unlimited Hangout and the OffGuardian and my work has been featured by the Corbett Report, James Delingpole and Whitney Webb, among others.
I am grateful to Tom Nelson for giving me this opportunity to present the the true nature of sustainable development. I agree with Tom’s view:
There is no climate crisis. The Earth isn’t too hot. The weather isn’t getting worse. Carbon dioxide is *not* the climate control knob.
However, even if that were true, sustainable development has nothing to do with saving the planet from climate catastrophe and everything to do with creating a new global economic system that will centralise power and be used to control every aspect of our lives. That is the topic of this presentation.
Please check out Tom’s excellent podcasts, interviews an discussions.
Whitney Webb and Iain Davis to discuss their new series on Sustainable Development Goals. They also discuss the Rockefellers being behind the UN, the destruction of Central America’s environment under the guise of sustainability and how to dismantle climate narratives.
Follow Whitney on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_whitneywebb
Whitney and Iain’s article on Sustainable Debt Slavery: https://t.co/nlDSSCBxcD
“Green” plan to transform the global financial system: https://t.co/GcGupmRvCD
The Nature Conservancy Board of Directors: https://t.co/1m9dPjLD3d
Belize conserving their oceans through debt conversion: https://t.co/uB8JIyhb2A