Hewlett Packard (HP), right here in Boise, signed a "strategic partnership agreement" with UNESCO to "strengthen their collaboration around existing education projects" and "to support UNESCO’s priority of “Education for All"."
Another project is to promote the spread of World Heritage sites , and to communicate UNESCO's work. HP also contributed money to create biosphere maps to indoctrinate children on this form of sustainable development. The UN has taken it upon themselves to put their logo on some of our most treasured American landmarks and designated them as World Heritage sites (see Trivia 9/3 post). Biospheres are used as a method to ban access and use of US land.
Perhaps HP is not aware of how they are being used to promote UN ideology, that the money they gave to the UN could have been used in Idaho to create an educational program teaching children about American history and Idaho, or even to buy materials for schools. Another example of local Idaho involvement in the redistribution of wealth, corporatism, and advancement of Agenda 21.