The Modern Enslavement of Africa Begins on November 15
There is something brewing in Africa that will have epic consequences for the entire world.
Here’s the background:
· A treaty between the European Union and African countries is up for renewal. The new treaty will be in force for the next 20 years.
· The original treaty was focused on trade and economic issues.
· The EU has expanded the scope of the new treaty to encompass social, sexual, educational, environmental, and human rights issues.
So, what’s the big deal? Isn’t it a good idea for Europe and Africa to cooperate? The big deal is that elements of the treaty aim to constrict the political freedom of the entire continent of Africa and beyond, solidify a permanent majority vote at the UN in essentially all global negotiations, and alter the core values of much of humanity.
The EU’s own description of the expanded treaty says, “The deal covers a wide range of areas, from sustainable development and growth, to human rights and peace and security.” The old treaty was called the Cotonou Agreement. The new version is called the Post-Cotonou Agreement or the EU-ACP Treaty. (ACP stands for African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries.)
The ramifications the treaty may have for Africa and for humanity are staggering. Here are just three of the many concerning elements of this treaty:
1.The Treaty Captures the Votes of African Countries
The treaty is touted by the EU as a mutually beneficial agreement that will advance common goals and values. The truth is, however, that the treaty intends to meld the votes of the African UN member states with the votes of European member states so that they vote as a massive conglomerate. On the EU’s website it states:
“The EU and the African, Caribbean and Pacific states represent over 1.5 billion people and more than half of the seats at the United Nations. With this new agreement, we will be better equipped to address emerging needs and global challenges, such as climate change, ocean governance, migration, health, peace and security.”
This statement makes it clear that an anticipated benefit of the Agreement is to secure a majority of votes at the UN. What they’re essentially saying is, when they get the African nations to agree to vote in concert with the EU on virtually every issue, they will be able to steamroll through UN negotiations and push their global agenda forward a lot more rapidly.
While some UN actions require unanimous agreement to move forward, securing a majority vote would go a long way toward suppressing dissent in UN negotiations, especially since it is frequently African diplomats that stand in opposition to radical proposals at the UN. Additionally, it has been rumored that there may be changes in UN protocols so that unanimous agreement is no longer required in key settings. That would make the ratification of the EU-ACP Agreement even more momentous.
Additionally, the EU-ACP Treaty strengthens the role of the “Council of Ministers” (co-chaired by the EU), which will have power to make binding legal decisions impacting the laws and policies of 48 African countries.
2.The Treaty Requires Africa to Endorse Extreme Environmentalism
Extreme environmentalism focused on “fighting climate change” is one of the flagship issues of the Agreement. The EU says that by enacting the EU-ACP Treaty it aims to create a “comprehensive political agreement, supporting our commitment to sustainable development and climate action, building on the UN 2030 Agenda, the European Consensus on development, and the Paris Agreement.”
The EU-ACP treaty refers to climate change 187 times. Article 80 says, “The Parties shall intensify cooperation to promote strong and decisive collective action on environmental sustainability and on climate change, raising global ambition and leading the way to reach the long-term goals of the Paris Agreement.”
While most people agree that taking steps to safeguard the environment is important, the Paris Agreement goes far beyond reasonable environmental safeguards and commits billions of dollars to an extreme and potentially catastrophic course of action. The Paris Agreement—a legally binding international treaty—locks its adherents into what some call “green shackles” by paving the way for limiting development, assuming control of energy resources, and forcing companies and countries to take actions that are contrary to their own flourishing.
3.The Treaty Requires African Countries to Adopt Radical Sexual Policies
Africa has long been a battleground for sexual activism. Invasive forces have attempted to upend traditional African values and strongarm Africans into adopting Western attitudes about sex and sexuality. A major response to this attempted ideological colonization of Africa has been fierce resistance on the part of African countries.
That’s one reason the EU has chosen a new strategy: Propose a nice sounding treaty, cleverly load it up with everything they’ve ever wanted including a radical sexual agenda, entice the Africans to sign the treaty voluntarily, and hope they don’t notice what they’re signing up for.
Article 40 of the Agreement directs treaty parties to promote “universal access” to “sexual and reproductive health information and education” and “relevant health-care services.” One of the “relevant health-care services” they are referring to, of course, is abortion, which is seen as an abhorrent practice throughout much of Africa but is a cornerstone of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Promoting “sexual and reproductive health information and education” means promoting comprehensive sexuality education. Comprehensive sexuality education programs developed in Western countries and exported to Africa often present sexual pleasure as a right for children, instruct children how to give and receive sexual pleasure, promote abortion, promote homosexual sex, denigrate traditional family values, and promote transgender theory which teaches children that their body does not determine whether they are male or female. These elements hasten the erosion of the family unit and therefore, the erosion of society itself.
Article 40 of the Agreement directs treaty parties to utilize UNESCO’s International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education document. This document not only promotes sexual rights for children but normalizes homosexuality, sexual self-stimulation, sex outside marriage, and trains children how to say yes to sex. Additionally, the EU-ACP treaty pushes the door wide open for foreign aid to be used to coerce African countries into complying with EU values, including sexual values which are in direct opposition to the beliefs of most Africans.
Conclusion: The Treaty Enslaves the Nations of Africa
The EU-ACP Treaty binds Africa and the surrounding countries to endorse the United Nations Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals, commit to extreme climate activism, surrender their independent vote in international settings, and implement comprehensive sexuality education and LGBT policies that are contrary to their core value systems.
When African dignitaries sign this treaty, they are voluntarily putting their people in bondage to the European Union. Though the treaty is often sold as an equal partnership between the EU and the ACP countries, it is unlikely that the EU will happily bow to the wishes of African diplomats. Africans will no doubt be expected to do what their wise, white neighbors to the north tell them to do. In fact, that appears to be the very intent of the treaty: To bring the culturally unruly African countries under the control of supposedly more civilized forces.
The EU-ACP Treaty could be likened to modern day re-enslavement of African peoples to European masters. And African countries—if they sign this treaty—will not be able to escape this enslavement for at least the next 20 years.
The treaty is set to be enacted on November 15, 2023.
Namibia is the first African country to officially declare it will not sign the new treaty. Let us hope other countries quickly follow suit. The future of the world may depend upon it.