From the Humanitad Website - Initiatives

We think it might be helpful to summarize the points we've attempted to make in this series from a research rather than personal point of view. 

In my observation, the fundamental differences between groups appear to boil down to loyalty to those whose ideas you think are best for the planet and those people you think can best facilitate them.  The stronger the loyalty to your group's people and goals, the greater the divide when these groups disagree with each other.  Additionally, our basic core beliefs tend to color our perspective throughout.

Although we tried to keep this series as light as possible, it's no secret we're quite unhappy with the Humanitad/New Earth Trust/ITNJ people for telling us they wanted one thing then rejecting it when we produced it, not to mention some of the surprisingly immature behavior of some of its members when we withdrew our support.  We're particularly not happy with ourselves to find that had we done our due diligence as the experienced researchers we like to say we are, we would have said, "thank you, but no" to the project from the beginning.  It wasn't about anyone "stealing" our work with the ITNJ, it was about our concern over gradual changes in the original plan we were asked to facilitate that morphed into a plan we no longer recognized.  We wanted to get to the bottom of that concern, flesh it out, and see the facts beneath it.

The map we created for the ITNJ structure isn't ours -- it was and always will be our gift to anyone who sees value in it.

Opinions are one thing.  But facts are another.

The Millenium Development Goals of the United Nations looks good.  End poverty, sickness, feed the poor, promote equality for all, combat disease, etc.  But there have been no studies to date that report much progress.   So I decided to delve into the details a bit more.  I found some reports and articles that you can read for yourself.  While I read them with as open a mind as I could, I still found one thing in common with all of these reports.

Goals are set in blocks of target-date years, the priorities for each block tend to change, and to date, none of these goals has been achieved to where they can be removed from this list and replaced with others. 

The reports go into some detail as to why they haven't been achieved, but after doing some deeper research I did come to these basic conclusions:
  • Perpetual war prevents global partnerships for development.  
  • Debt slavery prevents funding for any of these projects such that they can ever achieve total success. 
  • The lack of necessary and complete relief for disasters caused by weather continues a cycle of poverty and sickness.  
  • The lack of proper healthcare along with the suppression of the benefits of natural cures for disease are not addressed.  
  • Government waste and corruption prevent any funding coming from the international community to be of much help due to its perpetual need to divert those funds in order to deal with it.
  • Agriculture and the quality of our food isn't properly addressed.
  • A system of standardized education hasn't proven itself to be fruitful; and
  • the control of all of these problems -- and the solutions -- is in the hands of a small group of people compared to the billions of people who are most in need of assistance.
These reports are boring to read because they're full of statistics, but I found them enlightening in that they provided some cold, hard facts to support my opinion of the United Nations MDG's as being non-productive and therefore falsely advertised.

In addition, a search for United Nations Corruption just in the last year led me to pages and pages of results.

So the problem to me appears to lie not so much with the United Nations' published goals as the corruption within the organization coupled with corruption and twisted priorities in government spending that prevent any of these goals from being achieved.  It also doesn't ask for nor take into account the wishes of the people they claim they want to assist.

Below are the links to the research papers I read on the U.N. MDG to read for yourself.

Millenium Development Goals: Wikipedia

United Nations July 2015 MDG Report

November 2014 Abstract - MDG Assessment

World Bank 50-Country Study -- MDG findings

The Power of Numbers-Why the MDGs Were Flawed and Post-2015 Goals Look Set to Go the Same Way


Can you create your own world aside from this one and do better?  Absolutely.  Is this what Humanitad/New Earth Trust/ITNJ is attempting to do?  With great caution, I say -- maybe.

My biggest concern is the control of funding, land ownership, justice, and implementation of it remains as it is now -- in the hands of a few people, and the result is, the people still lack the voice in designing their own individual destinies.

So it boils down to trust in a small group of people to do the right thing.

And this is another problem I have with this group.  I simply don't trust they're transparent in word and deed -- and I've attempted to lay out why in this series.

If we as a whole are unwilling to take control of our own destiny, there is always someone who's willing to do it for us.  The trade off is we will have to do things their way.


All Articles In This Series:
Part I      The ITNJ Rears Its Ugly Head:  A Warning
Part II     Money, Money, Money
Part III    When You Need to Act Like You Know The Law But Don't Have a Clue
Part IV    The Living, Breathing, Adjustable, Sellable ITNJ Constitution
Part V      Humanitad, ITNJ, the United Nations, and The New Age Order
Part VI    The Great Harvest v.2, or How to Work for The Titles
Part VII   The Law of the New Age Order
Part VIII  A Summary of Research Points
Part IX     Natural Law vs. The Corporation:  Why it Won’t Work
Part X     Pedophilia, Child Trafficking and the Perpetual Band Aid
Epilogue Part XI