It’s a Rich Man’s Game – Change the Words to Play the Name Game – Sustainable to Resilient/Resilience

You can learn quite a bit from watching other ‘resilient/resilience’ (formerly used term -sustainable) city/university meetings worldwide. I chose to view Beirut’s held at the American University of Beirut (AUB)… and please all… if you watch the video embedded below… don’t watch it to the end so that they don’t receive a Google kickback for viewing.

All I can say is just WOW! The Liberals have been flying under the radar amassing their clown components across the globe for about 4 years or so.

The Homepage from AUB

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Nice touch there Princeton! NOT!

I love the links, especially what studies have been discontinued…

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Hmm? What does AUB know that the rest of the world does not? For instance… are Arab Uprisings over? No research allowed for Arab World Program… in Beirut? The UN is not relevant to the Arab World? Are there no youths in the Arab World?

The Rich Man or should it be MEN on the Board of Trustees of AUB from Wikipedia! That’s a group of people that need to be researched…

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And what does the Board of Trustees want students to learn and from whom? Ah yes… the talking points of Resilient Cities and Chief Resilience Officers aka Liberal Infiltrators into your locale by appointment from the Rockefeller Foundation. These are not legitimate political positions by any means and should not have point to point contact with your duly elected politicians.

Published on Jan 25, 2017
The American University of Beirut’s Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International affairs, in collaboration with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, held a Panel Discussion “Paris Agreement, SDGs, and the New Urban Agenda: Opportunities for Sustainable Urban Development” by
Michele Zuin, Technical Energy and Climate Expert – ICLEI European Secretariat
Faraj El-Awar, (Ph.D.) Head of the Global Water Operators Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA) Secretariat at UN-Habitat Office in Barcelona, Spain
Tony Sfeir, Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) for the City of Byblos

I just love the gentleman at the 43 minute mark… minutes before he had been talking and clearly using the word ‘themes’, but after the 43 minute mark… he slipped and the used ‘scheme’. Amazing!

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