The following images were offered by Maria to share with you. A botanical intention for healing in the shape of a heart placed in the countryside of Mexico. A PDF of this set of images is available here.
Maria also prepared a PDF with a set of images about the Maya Train project, but due to the number of links I decided to pull out the text so that it was more readable in the blog format. Her images can be viewed or downloaded here as a set, and I will place them at the end of this post, too.
THE TRUTH OF THE “MAYA TRAIN” PROJECT AND UN AGENDA 2030
The Maya Train Project has been so controversial in Mexico, since years ago, as many people are against it due to the fact that the project will destroy the nature, many archeological sites like Mayas, Olmecs (before Mayas) and others since 7,000 B.C. It will violate the Indigenous populations’ human rights with the risk of disappearing those original etnias, their ancestral traditions, and knowledge, as always, by abusing or even killing them.
Besides those issues, the five states that cover the Ruta Maya are rich in natural resources that corporations are craving to exploit. The people fighting against the Ruta Maya, sadly are Mexicans that are unaware of the role of the United Nations (UN) in the project, even ignoring the existence of the Agenda 2030, as the mainstream media and the government suppress this information to to keep them ignorant. Besides, many Mexicans are totally mind controlled and interested only in money, football, celebrities, corruption, and superficialities.
I want to show you how deeply the UN is involved in this project. The Mexican government has almost zero power of decision making. They just obey the UN and the numerous documents and sub-projects, trainings, meetings, and many websites that have been prepared to reach their goals. The “tourism project appearance” is not the only or the main goal. We will see later, that the real intentions are to create efficient smart cities and smart supply chains that will produce products already decided by the UN for Mexico to export worldwide.
I see the Ruta Maya as a kind of a BRI (Belt and Road Initiative) designed to align the economy with the Great Reset, Agenda 2030/21, and all the implications that conveys for the populations. An important factor to consider is that Mexico doesn’t have strong railway lines as other countries do. For tourism there are basically none, just a very small one in Chihuaha state. For civilian transportation between cities there are no trains. People can only travel by bus, airplane, or car. For the transportation of industrial goods there are some lines that cross the country from south to north and from the main ports and are totally privatized. The owner of FERROMEX is the billionaire Germán Larrea.
“The Maya Train is a comprehensive project of land use planning, infrastructure, economic growth and sustainable tourism that seeks the social welfare of the inhabitants of the southeast of Mexico.”
This quote is taken from an August 2021 article by UN-Habitat with the support of FONATUR and the UNESCO laying out twelve guidelines “to promote sustainable urban developments In the municipalities of Southeast Mexico, where the Maya Train stations will be built.”
The Guidelines for Urban Design and Planning will contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the New Urban Agenda (NUA) in the Southeast Region of Mexico.
In this document we see a preliminary map of the Ruta Maya dated “until July, 2021,” which I took from the Guidelines document website last September 2022 when I made the complete report “Truth of the Ruta Maya” in Spanish. However, it’s very curious that if you download now (November, 2022) the same Guidelines document, they deleted page 2 where this map was located, meaning maybe changes in the route or in the extension of the project.
Since 2019, the UN-Habitat has been providing technical assistance to FONATUR (the National Fund for Tourism Development).
The agreement was signed by the UN-Habitat, FONATUR, Ministry of Treasury and Public Credit (SHCP) and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) on May 21st, 2019.
The five states of the Ruta Maya are: Campeche, Yucatán, Chiapas, Quintana Roo and Tabasco. The most important Mexican ports for export & import are conveniently located close to the Ruta Maya route: Salina Cruz Port (next to Chiapas) and Veracruz (next to Tabasco), Veracruz port being more important than Progreso port that is inside the route. Veracruz state plays an important role in the products decided by the UN to be produced for being exported worldwide.
The indigenous etnias original from the five states and still living there in danger of extinction are: Akateko, Ixil, Kaqchikel, Jakalteco, K’iche, Mam, Maya, Q’anjob’al, Q’eqchi, Chuj, Ch’ol, Awakateco, Lacandón, Mocho o qato’k, Teko, Tojolabal, Tseltal, Tzotzil, Zoque, Chontal de Tabasco, Ayapaneco, Nahua.
The Ruta Maya is included in this document called “Atlas Prospectivo Territorial-Industrial para la Atracción de Inversiones” or “PROSPECTIVE ATLAS TERRITORIAL- INDUSTRIAL ATLAS FOR INVESTMENT ATTRACTION” that was published and prepared in 2021 by the UN-Habitat, the ONUDI or UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico.
They “…jointly formulate a novel approach to attract foreign investment that lays its foundations.”
SOURCE OF THE “ATLAS” WEBSITE: https://onuhabitat.org.mx/index.php/atlas-prospectivo-territorial-industrial-de-mexico
The excuse, as they mentioned in their website: “The socioeconomic effects of the pandemic have imposed big challenges to comply with the Agenda 2030.” It’s incredible and cruel that they’re more worried about fulfilling the goals of Agenda 2030 on time than in taking care of the people that has suffered, died, get disabled, that has lost jobs, properties, or even their savings to make richer the unethical doctors with the excuse of the pandemic.
We see real intention behind the tourism facade when reading “The Atlas,” which has identified five strategic industries where Mexico can strengthen their GVC (Global Value Chains) to generate a greater value (below) and by analyzing the GVCs.
It includes new geographical industrial configurations according to the needs required by the “pandemic”, by the T-MEC (Mex-USA-Can Treaty), and according to the principles and goals of the sustainable development agendas. That means new regions that are really new “smart cities clusters” that they called “corridors” in Spanish.
The “Atlas” project will work together hand in hand with the Geospatial Strategy for the United Nations to monitor and plan the spaces in the earth for Agenda 2030. Its role is to “strengthen geospatial mandates…and authoritative services to underpin all aspects of the work of the Organization” and “foster a global integrated, federated and multi-disciplinary geospatial services delivery across the United Nations system “Delivering as One.”
The products that the UN has decided that must be produced (cultivated) for worldwide export in the Ruta Maya region are vanilla and cacao.
The Ruta Maya is the train route that will underpin the supply chain of the economic “Corridor or Smart City cluster named “Coartzacoalcos-Villahermosa-Palenque” that is inside the “Ruta Maya” and conveniently connected to the main ports of the South of Mexico. Municipalities included in the “Corridor” where they’ll gather the vanilla and cacao production for processing and packing prior to export. The cacao and vanilla will be exported to the monopolies. They have even calculated the supply chain, the km, the travel times by air, land and train.
In conclusion, the United Nations is reorganizing the space, creating smart city clusters, assigning economic products and services to each country of the work, and opening areas to exploit natural resources. Who loses? They will kill the middle class or loot them to make them poor, forcing migrants and the poorest people to work in whatever the “masters” want as real slaves, more than before, with advanced technology. It’s more than clear that the United Nations supported by NGOs, universities, and corporations control all the countries.
Spanish: Corredor Regional Tren Maya
English: Tren Maya Technical Assistance
PDF below can be viewed or downloaded here.