Former UN Exec. Director abd Club of Rome member explains Global Takeover

Former UN Exec. Director abd Club of Rome member explains Global Takeover

  • 8 million children go missing every year.
  • The cabal wanted to introduce their plans in 2016 but the election of Trump prevented this.

Somehow, this eluded me. This man is not no one.\

First look at this man’s pedigree.

It is a wonder it’s still up on Wikipedia.

Perhaps the American exceptionalists overlook Romanians?

Călin Georgescu (born 1962) is a Romanian senior expert in sustainable development, with an acknowledged recognition in the field, following 17 years of service in the environmental area in the United Nations system. Georgescu was appointed the executive director of the United Nations Global Sustainable Index Institute in Geneva and Vaduz for the period 2015–2016. Prior to that, he served as President of the European Research Centre for the Club of Rome (2013–2015). He is also member of the Club of Rome International in Switzerland.

Călin GeorBVCFCu
Executive director of the United Nations Global Sustainable Index Institute in Geneva/Vaduz
In office
President of the European Research Centre for the Club of Rome
In office
Personal details
Born 26 March 1962 (age 61)
BucharestRomanian People’s Republic
Citizenship Romania
Education University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (1986)
Carol I National Defence University (2007)
Profession Agronomist


Georgescu was born in the Cotroceni neighborhood of Bucharest, the son of Scarlat Georgescu and Aneta Georgescu, née Popescu.[1] He is a graduate of the Land Reclamation College, Nicolae Bălcescu Institute of Agronomy in Bucharest (1986) and obtained his Ph.D. in soil science in 1999.


Georgescu acted as the executive director of the National Centre for Sustainable Development in Bucharest from 2000 to 2013. An acknowledged authority in strategic planning and public policies design, he was appointed by the Romanian Government to coordinate the development of two consecutive versions of the National Sustainable Development Strategy (in 1999 and 2008), in line with the guidelines of the European Strategy for Sustainable Development.

He combines comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practice of sustainable development with hands-on field experience by working with stakeholders in the public and private sectors as well as with the civil society in order to design, implement and follow through to completion specific projects under Local Agenda 21 (initiated by United Nations Development Programme in 1992) for more than 40 Romanian municipalities.

A former Senior Fellow with the United Nations Development Programme, Georgescu also held various positions in the UN system, such as UN Special Rapporteur on the adverse effects of the illicit movement and dumping of toxic and dangerous products and waste on the enjoyment of human rights and Representative of the UNEP National Committee for Romania.

He also held such positions as: Adviser to the Minister of Environment, Secretary General of the Ministry of Environment, Director of the International Economic Organisations Department in the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Secretary General of the Romanian Association for the Club of Rome and executive director of the Institute for Innovation and Development Projects.

According to a statement given in November 2020, Georgescu stated that Ion Antonescu and Corneliu Zelea Codreanu are heroes through whom “he lived the national history, through them speaks and spoke the national history and not through the lackeys of the globalist powers that lead Romania today temporarily”.[2]

Georgescu was proposed as prime minister by the Alliance for the Union of Romanians (AUR), a party that just entered the Romanian Parliament following the December 2020 Romanian legislative election.[3] During the 2021 Romanian political crisis which resulted in the removal from office of the Cîțu Cabinet, the same party proposed him again.[4]

This is a brief summary

This is the full interview

Dec 25, 2022 – Călin Georgescu (former UN Executive Director & European Rep for the Club of Rome) says the main problem is a “World Oligarch System.” The UN won’t be the “New World Order, One World Government System”; the UN is the platform or “bridge” for the World Oligarch System to control.

Dr. Reiner Fuellmich“In this revealing and insightful interview, former UN Executive Director Călin Georgescu describes the process of infiltration and global takeover of the United Nations by oligarchs, particularly Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum (WEF).

He outlines the power structures of the UN, its covert manipulation, exploitation, and enslavement of people around the world, and reveals the sobering reality of a once benevolent organization.

Călin Georgescu tells the story of his own tipping-point, of turning his back on the destructive agenda of the oligarchs. He emphasizes the importance of (re)connecting with nature, ourselves, and our fellow human beings, which shall guide us to true sovereignty, harmony, and the Divine.

“May his wise words of encouragement and compassion be an inspiration to us all.”

ICIC | SESSION 6 – Oligarchs own the U.N.


International Crimes Investigative Committee

See also:
Former UN Employee “United Nations Hijacked By Great Reset Agenda” (Mary Otto-Chang)

Former United Nations Executive Director & Club Of Rome Member Explains Global Takeover [Dec 2022]

Another UN whistleblower has come forward. Calin Georgescu (former United Nations Executive Director and former Club of Rome representative for Europe) explains the Global Takeover to Dr. Reiner Fuellmich of the International Crimes Investigative Committee, stating the main problem is a “World Oligarch System.”

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