Yesterday Boris Johnson gave the nod to the UN that our army was at their disposal to reinforce the control measures initiated by its agency the WHO. Measures that I suggest are aimed at controlling the population and not a hyped up virus. Many people are still under the impression that we live in a democracy. I'm sad to say that has not been the case for decades. 192 countries signed up to implement the United Nations millennium goals (MDG's). Agenda 2030. This effectively franchised out our sovereignty to the UN, creating a unified undemocratic One World power hub. The governments we elect are merely administrators, even if Boris is deposed and a Labour landslide results the same UN MDG's goals will still be pursued. The government say they are basing their actions on "the science". This science is not medical science, it's climate science. Those behind the funding for Climate Science, I believe, started with a prescribed outcome i.e. to prove the planet is warming as a result of Co2, rather than the results being of any true investigative science. The results are built on the inverse of the very real problem we face. Oil has been the driver that supercharged industrial and population growth, taking over from coal. The reality is, accessible oil supplies in sufficient volume are running out. This has been widely known for decades and a plan has been put in place to ensure the remaining oil supplies are used to serve a small elite (the top 1% of society who own 90% of the wealth and power) during a transition to other "green" energy sources. The Great Reset... will restore down the population, the control measures being introduced now will make them manageable. Oil has driven economic growth and population growth. The current plan to trash economies around the world will have the reverse effect on population and the control measures that are being initiated are designed to trigger unrest which will be met with lethal force. A paper was published in May 2019 written by David Spratt and Ian Dunlop entitled. "Existential climate-related security risk: A scenario approach"..... David Spratt is a Research Director for Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, Melbourne and co-author of Climate Code Red: The case for emergency action. Ian Dunlop is a member of the Club of Rome. Formerly an international oil, gas and coal industry executive. Chairman of the Australian Coal Association. Chief executive of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and chair of the Australian Greenhouse Office Experts Group on Emissions Trading 1998-2000. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/148cb0_90dc2a2637f348edae45943a88da04d4.pdf In his forword to the paper Admiral Chris Barrie, AC RAN Retied says: ”A doomsday future is not inevitable! But without immediate drastic action our prospects are poor. We must act collectively. We need strong, determined leadership in government, in business and in our communities to ensure a sustainable future for human kind. In particular, our intelligence and security services have a vital role to play, and a fiduciary responsibility, in accepting this existential climate threat, and the need for a fundamentally different approach to its risk management, as central to their considerations and their advice to government. The implications far outweigh conventional geopolitical threats." "We need a social tipping point that flips our thinking before we reach a tipping point in the climate system." This "Tipping point" I believe has been engineered by this phantom "Pandemic". The document goes on to say: " To reduce or avoid such risks and to sustain human civilisation, it is essential to build a zero-emissions industrial system very quickly. This requires the global mobilisation of resources on an emergency basis, AKIN TO A WARTIME LEVEL OF RESPONSE " A key phrase within this is: "In particular, our intelligence and security services have a vital role to play, and a fiduciary responsibility, in accepting this existential climate threat, and the need for a fundamentally different approach to its risk management, as central to their considerations and their advice to government. The implications far outweigh conventional geopolitical threats."" Our intelligence and security services are being encouraged to buy into this flawed science. We need to withdraw from the United Nations millennium goals and set a course to deal with the real problems we face for the interests of the British people.