The Democrat mayor of Phoenix, Arizona, Kate Gallego, has taken steps toward enforcing the globalist agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF) by moving to ban meat and dairy consumption and private car ownership in an effort to meet the radical goals of the green agenda.
Gallego is reportedly laying the groundwork to usher in WEF founder Klaus Schwab’s 2030 Agenda in Phoenix.
The mayor has been working with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.
As Slay News recently reported, c40 Cities is a collective of American cities that signed a pact to meet the WEF’s “climate” before 2030.
Globalist leaders around the world have agreed to ban the public from obtaining meat, dairy, and private vehicles by 2030.
C40 Cities also requires limits on the number of items of clothing individuals can purchase each year and will restrict members of the public to only travel by air once every three years.
The organization is headed by billionaire globalist Democrat Mike Bloomberg.
Much of the funding comes from Bloomberg Philanthropies.
As of August 4, 2023, C40 has a membership with “mayors of nearly 100 world-leading cities collaborating to confront the climate crisis,” according to the group’s website.
So far, 14 U.S. cities have signed the pact and agreed to meet the radical green agenda goals before 2023, as Slay News reported.
The organization’s webpage advocates for a “Global Green New Deal” that “lays out a set of principles to be adopted by cities worldwide and takes a collaborative approach to climate action.” These include:
Principles of the Global Green New Deal
- We recognise the global climate emergency.
- We are committed to keeping global heating below the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement by curbing emissions in the sectors that are the most significant contributors to the climate crisis: transportation, buildings, and waste.
- We are committed to putting inclusive climate action at the centre of all urban decision-making to create thriving and equitable communities for everyone.
- We invite our partners – political leaders, CEOs, trade unions, investors, and civil society – to join us in recognising the global climate emergency and help us deliver on science-based action to overcome it.
Phoenix Mayor Gallego, a member of C40 since 2020, now serves as “Vice Chair of the C40 Steering Committee,” which” provides strategic oversight to ensure C40’s mission and mandate are directly driven by and responsive to the needs of C40 cities.”
Their mission and mandate include a Race to Zero global campaign to reach net-zero carbon emissions in 1,000 cities worldwide and “sustainable food policies” that support “an overall increase of healthy plant-based food consumption in our cities by shifting away from unsustainable, unhealthy diets,” A.K.A. carnivorous diets.
This also comes as Arizona’s Democrat Governor Katie Hobbs recently declared a “heat state of emergency,” mainly in Phoenix.
Many argue that the move from Hobbs is likely meant to accelerate the implementation of these radical “climate” policies.
Jeff Caldwell with EZAZ.org published more on his research into the City of Phoenix and Mayor Kate Gallego’s agenda “to reduce meat consumption” in Arizona.
‼️@MayorGallego Meat Bans🚫🐮🐣🐷⁉️
Here are the receipts⬇️
I demonstrate step by step the policies Phoenix is implementing to reduce meat consumption in this article: https://t.co/7y0iH5KYmH
— Jeff Caldwell, II (@JSCaldwell2) September 18, 2023
Arizona Patriots showed up to give Public Comment at a recent Phoenix City Council meeting and reportedly “told the mayor they do not support policies banning meat.”
Later that day, the nervous Phoenix mayor posted a bizarre photo on Twitter/X.
In the post, Gallego claimed she is not working to ban meat or milk.
In the poorly staged propaganda photo, Gallego is seen pouring milk into a bowl and seemingly “enjoying cereal” with a knife.
There’s been a lot of false info about my work to make PHX more sustainable.
What I’m not doing:
❌ banning meat or milk
What I am doing:
✅ increasing housing options
✅ improving walkability and transit
✅ reducing emissions and energy bills
✅ enjoying cereal pic.twitter.com/ZzViZ3bT0O
— Mayor Kate Gallego (@MayorGallego) September 7, 2023