Sustainable Development and or Agenda 21
The biggest threat to imperialist monopolies has always been property rights for little individuals, and property rights are the primary target under all new U.S.-U.N. Sustainable Development Laws.
How can anyone not question this, it is here and NAIS is part of it.
Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development is here in the USA.
Visible Signs of the New World Order
|When our President says, “It’s a new world,” he’s right about that. However, this new world has yet to be explained to the American people in any way, shape, or form. So, what does the New World Order mean to us, and how will it affect our lives and the lives of our children? First, let’s make clear what a New World Order (NWO) means. |
Through many decades of behind the scenes deals, treaties, and agreements between governments all over the world and international corporations and banks, a new kind of government was planned and organized. Today, that government exists.
This new governing body has a central bank, called the World Bank, as its apex or Executive Branch. Just beneath the World Bank is the World Trade Organization, which carries out the economic missions of the World Bank. We’ll call this the Economic Branch of government. Next are the Legislative and Judicial Branches combined, which makes and carries out the laws necessary to fulfill the missions of the World Bank. The Legislative/Judicial Branch of the New World Order is the United Nations.
The United Nations now presents their new laws to all countries in agreement with the New World Order. These countries, via signed agreements and treaties with the U.N., agreed to comply with the missions of the World Bank. The United States, and 158 other countries in the world, signed these agreements and treaties.
The United Nations then came up with a book of plans to implement the missions of the New World Order into the 159 signatory countries. The plans are called Agenda 21, meaning the New World Order agenda for the 21st century. You may read Agenda 21 by going to the U.N. website.
Beginning in 1992, Al Gore agreed, with his signature, that the United States would implement the missions documented in Agenda 21, and our country then began politically and socially restructuring to meet the requirements of the World Bank, The World Trade Organization, and the United Nations.
In brief, Agenda 21 calls for a new kind of American government that is based upon corporate/financial governance. What that means is that both international and national corporations now dictate governmental policy in 159 countries in the world. Policy is based upon economic profits for businesses and banks. If you happen to be at the top of a very large business totem pole, you may fair well as long as you follow the rules of the U.N.. However, if you happen to be of the average working class, which is about 99% of the American population, your world is rapidly changing.
Let’s look at some of the things we can all immediately recognize in our daily lives that are a direct result of Agenda 21:
· Our schools have changed. We are terribly confused by the new curriculums, the proficiency testing, required parental signatures that promise our children are keeping up, finishing homework, and are exactly where they should be in comprehension of subject matter. We are actually forced to sign weekly and monthly papers and return our signature agreements to our children’s teachers. If our children fall behind, they are left behind as teachers do not wait for or help children who cannot keep up with a very rapid flow of curriculum. Any child who now falls behind in any subject is immediately singled out and sent to a “group” with another special teacher. Equally, hours of homework, even in elementary grades, are now required nightly. There is little to no deviation in weekly tasks and homework. All handouts and worksheets are pre-designed, and teacher creativity has vanished. This we know because we have all become slaves to our children’s “take-home folders,” which require a full half-hour attention five nights a week. Our children, in school for 7 hours a day, now spend 2-3 hours each night doing home work while parents initial their work, verifying their child has mastered all lessons. · Also, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags, worn by school children, have arrived and will soon be mainstreamed into all public schools. RFID tags are tracking devices.
· Our energy bills, heating, cooling, and transportation, have all but tripled since 1992.
· Our communication devices have all gone digital, allowing for global tracking of our telephones, our purchases via RFID labels, our automobiles, our computer systems, our cable TV, our digital radios, our bank and medical records, our IRS records, or, in other words, every call we make, email we send, every illness we acquire, every item we buy, every reservation we make – in essence, every thing that we do as consumers and tax payers is traceable.
· If you are a rural American, particularly a citizen living in a wilderness or remote farming area, you may have become particularly aware of the taking of thousands upon thousands of acres of land by conservation organizations ranging from The Nature Conservancy, the Wildlands Project, the Conservancy Fund, The Department of Natural Resources, and many other groups that all seem to be somehow connected to each other. They invite locals to attend stakeholder meetings and then envision how your land should be protected from developers. But they facilitate the visions with manipulations such as, "Let us help you preserve and protect your pristine land. Tourists will come and boost your economy. We will help you find the money,” they will say, while smiling and assuring you that they are working for the good of your community. And so, you agree that their ideas are good ideas, and their offers to help are accepted. Unfortunately, their truthful agendas are to expand U.N Biosphere Reserves in the United States where, in the very near future, no tourists or locals will be permitted to go.
· Another very visible sign of Agenda 21 operating in America is the new housing communities being built in urban, suburban, and suburban outskirt areas. These communities are much like tiny towns that are stylistically coordinated, often interconnected or condo-like, many with nice walking paths and landscaped gardens; some with small stores, post offices, and many encouraging the use of electric cart transportation. These communities usually offer expensive though small living quarters that are very pretty. Oftentimes they are mostly paved with a commons area for a community-centered green space. Some have small ponds or lakes, picnic areas, and planned events for residents. These communities are literally being built everywhere in all 50 states. You rarely see middle class home building. You will, however, see enormous one, two, and three million dollar homes that are being raised on the borders of the wild and most rural areas. These homes are sold to wealthy people, erected on land that was to be protected from development. Profit, however, is the objective of the NWO, and that includes conservation organizations. This, too, is happening in all 50 states. And the question of why the mega-mansions and the eco-communities built at the same time surfaces. Either there are many, many multi-millionaires or perhaps corporations are building the mansions, but for whom?
· You will notice the drastic change in television in the last 10-13 years. It’s pretty safe to say that television has become extremely addicting. Peculiar reality television and very dark and futuristic-type crime dramas have literally taken over prime time and at the expense of family programming. Television has become positively strange.
· You will notice that grocery prices are off the charts and that eating has become a key component of big marketing firms. We are told every year about new foods that we should be eating, should not be eating, avoiding, or adding to our diets. You will notice that the food pyramid made us pretty fat, which is now an “Obesity Crisis” according to the U.N., and that protein diets supposedly make us thin, but the beef industry is under constant criticism, threat, and control - even to the point of implanting tracking chips into cattle headed to market supposedly due to Mad Cow Disease. Bird Flu and the poultry industries are under constant scrutiny as a cause for a potential global pandemic. One cannot help but wonder about global food control. Equally, you will notice the constant criticism of parents feeding drive-through food to their children, and it being responsible for childhood obesity, yet schools partner with drive-through chains and give children drive-through food on their birthdays and coupons for drive-through food for good grades. Many schools actually have these chains operating inside school buildings.
· Entrepreneurship and working from home is highly encouraged by the government, as is volunteerism – even compulsory volunteerism.
· Homes, automobiles, college educations, health care and insurance became virtually unaffordable to almost all American people just about 10-13 years ago.
· Autism has been scientifically linked to childhood vaccines, which are still mandatory for entrance into public schools, and yet autism is in epidemic numbers in the United States. The government allowed the drug industry to continue using Mercury as a catalyst in a vaccine, knowing it contributed to autism, but chose to disregard the knowledge.
· Terrorism is supposedly the top priority in our country, and yet the northern and southern borders are 150% open. Jobless and hungry, those crossing then become the burden of financially strapped American taxpayers and we are clueless as to who or what crosses our borders, minus, of course, the tens of thousand of weapons-bearing drug dealers.
· NGOs (non-governmental organizations) are intruding into community boards rooms and local governments all across the nation, as well. They, too, come as helpers to communities, but they are also come to “envision,” which means to convince boards and mayors to participate in their agendas. Many of the NGOs are trained propagandists who are working for larger corporations and organizations. The real job of NGOs, on local levels, is to dismantle local government and, oftentimes, county boundary lines. NGOs then replace local government as appointed versus elected officials.
These are but just a few of the visible signs of Agenda 21 in America. And you will notice that the discrepancies are many, but there is a rhyme and a reason for the changes in our country. It’s called the New World Order – “Order” meaning governance.
The future of an America governed by the United Nations is terrifying. One of the primary goals of Agenda 21 is to eliminate private property from American citizens. Private property is described as a primary contributor to class distinction, or the haves and have-nots. However, Agenda 21 also seeks to absorb private property, governing its use, and eliminating public access roads on the property taken in the name of conservation. Big conservation takes private property in the United States, sells it to the government, which then gives it to the U.N.. Truth.
Every American citizen needs to understand what is happening in our neighborhoods and country. There has been a virtual media blackout of the changing of the guard. Therefore, we must get ourselves informed and understand that our way of life is being dismantled by a foreign entity. But even more to the fact, we were not made privy to the deals and treaties, partnerships and bureaucracies, business models and economic missions of global governance. All occurred without our knowledge and in gatherings that took place in foreign countries such as Brazil, Argentina, South Africa, Thailand, and many others. Many of our local, county, state, and upper-level elected officials are heavily involved with plans to further implement Agenda 21 in America, and they purposefully haven’t told us though have sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America - this being the largest discrepancy and terrorist act of all.
Below are Websites for Wisdoms. If you take time to go through these sites, they will begin to bring you up to speed on the state of our nation, and it’s not good. Our liberties and freedoms as American people, those guaranteed by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, are being systematically eroded by the new global governance. Equally, we, the American people, have been specifically kept in the dark as we clearly have the most to lose. Please study the facts of our new world. It’s a complicated web that’s been woven, but our futures, and certainly the futures of our children and grandchildren rest on our willingness to learn.
Websites for Wisdoms: the listed sites are not linked, copy and paste
www.eco.freedom.org - excellent and clear information
www.restoringamerica.org - look for Biosphere Reserves in U.S
www.spychips.com/what-is-rfid.html - RFID tracking technology
www.worldnetdaily.com - excellent source for current news
www.un.org/esa/sustdev/agenda21.htm - a United Nations site for Agenda 21
This site will further explain Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 which are the same thing!!!
There are many faces of globalism, and it comes with many names, but in all cases, the goal of globalism is to erase national borders, eliminate national sovereignty, reduce national identities, and move toward global governance through the United Nations.
The European Union is the prime example of the results of globalism, where once-proud nations have surrendered famous currencies like the deutsche mark, the franc, and the lira. It's where ancient cultures like Greece and Rome have erased their borders and buried their cultures, to be led by a Union of Socialists with loyalty to nothing but the drive for more and more power.
Yet it's done in the name of equity, economic prosperity, and ecological integrity. Globalism is sold to the unsuspecting public with words like free trade, open borders, and environmental protection, but it's really about redistribution of wealth; your wealth.
It's about erasing national borders and national sovereignty. And it's about top-down control, not necessarily by elected officials, but by special interests called Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which are only sanctioned by the United Nations.
Globalism calls for a wrenching transformation of our society, away from representative government and independent nations, to the establishment of a global village with global citizens. The entire plan is outlined in detail in the U.N.'s Agenda 21, a treaty signed by then-President George Bush at the U.N.'s Earth Summit in 1992.
You've heard some of the terms used to implement that treaty. The Wildlands Project is one. Smart Growth is another. The Wildlands Project calls for the “re-wilding” of 50% of all of the land in every state, restoring everything back to the way it was before Christopher Columbus stepped foot on the continent. In other words, the elimination of human presence on over 50% of the American landscape.
Smart Growth is the plan to herd us all into specific human habitat areas, out of the suburbs and our beautiful yards, and into crowded cities and high-rises. As one smart growth advocate gleefully put it: “It will be the humans in cages, with the animals looking in.”
Both of these schemes are part of an overall agenda called “Sustainable Development.” If you remember nothing else, remember these words. Sustainable Development. And, remember that Sustainable Development is your enemy.
What is it? Imagine an America in which a specific “ruling principle” is created to decide proper societal conduct for every citizen. That principle would be used to consider everything you eat, what you wear, the kind of home you live in, the way you get to work, the way you dispose of waste, the number of children you may have, even your education and employment decisions. That “ruling principle” is Sustainable Development.
The goal of Sustainable Development is to transform the world into feudal-like governance by making NATURE the central organizing principle for our economy and society.
This is what Sustainable Development policy advocates: “Nature has an integral set of different values (cultural, spiritual, and material) where humans are one strand in nature's web, and all living creatures are considered equal. Therefore, the natural way is the right way, and human activities should be molded along nature's rhythms.” This quote comes from the U.N.'s Biodiversity Treaty.
An international agenda has been set in motion, beginning with the United Nations' treaties and agreements. That agenda is now working its way down through federal to state to local government policy. It is now the official policy of the United States government, and every single city, town and small burg in this nation are working on plans to implement it. There are no exceptions.
Wherever you live there is an average of 10 to 18 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) working directly with your elected councilmen and commissioners on plans for your community, to determine:
How your property will be used;
How business may operate in the community (indeed which businesses may even operate);
The type of housing that may be built;
Where roads may or may not be run;
How food is to be grown;
How labor is to be used, and how your children are to be educated.
The plan is to change your way of life to fit into the new global society. According to Sustainable Development policies, air conditioning, convenience foods, single-family housing, and cars are among the products, habitats and modes of transportation that have already been determined to be “unsustainable.”
Add to them, ski runs, grazing of livestock, plowing fields, logging, dams and reservoirs, and power line construction, as outlined in the U.N.'s Biodiversity Treaty (also a product of the Earth Summit) and you can get the full picture of America under Sustainable Development.
Across this nation, people are already suffering under Sustainable Development policies, as they are losing their homes, their jobs, and in some cases, whole communities, under this wrenching transformation of our society in the name of the global village.
There has never been a single vote in Congress to create Sustainable Development. It's all done through cleverly rearranged wording of existing programs and budgets, using U.N. treaties as guidelines. It's all under the radar.
Sustainable Development is anti-property rights. Anti-free enterprise. It is anti-individual liberty. It is anti-national sovereignty and national borders. It is anti-Western culture. There can be no hope of living in a nation of limited government with Sustainable Development as official government policy, because the two are diametrically opposed.
Americans would never concede their liberty to Swastikas or Hammers and Sickles, but tuck it in a green blanket for environmental protection, and we'll toss it all on the fire, like an old-fashioned book-burning.
This is about totalitarianism. It's about controlling every aspect of our lives with decisions made by non-elected committees that will get more powerful and more oppressive with each passing day and each new regulation proposed by newly-empowered special interest groups.
Sustainable Development is anti-science.
It is anti-knowledge.
It is anti-human.
It is the creed of the mindless savage, who seeks brute force over reasoned thought.
And if we don't learn of its evil now, if we don't heed the warning, if we don't rip it out of every level of government policy by its well-entrenched roots, then American life, indeed human existence, as we know it, will enter new dark ages of pain and misery unlike any ever experienced by the community of man.
There is one sure way to stop Sustainable Development and the globalist movement. I tell it to everyone I meet, everyday of my life. I tell it to you now. Get the United States out of the United Nations.
By Berit Kjos - 1998
This Global action plan matches PCSD report: Sustainable America
"...current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class - involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing - are not sustainable. A shift is necessary. which will require a vast strengthening of the multilateral system, including the United Nations..."  Maurice Strong , opening speech at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development
Agenda 21, the UN blueprint for global transformation, sounds good to many well meaning people. Drafted for the purpose of creating "sustainable societies", it has been welcomed by nations around the world. Political, cultural, and media leaders have embraced its alluring visions of social justice and a healthy planet. They hide the lies behind its doomsday scenarios and fraudulent science. Relatively few consider the contrary facts and colossal
After all, what could be wrong with preserving resources for the next generation? Why not limit consumption and reduce energy use? Why not abolish poverty and establish a global welfare system to train parents, monitor intolerance, and meet all our needs? Why not save the planet by trading cars for bikes, an open market for "self-
sustaining communities," and single dwellings for dense "human settlements" (located on transit lines) where everyone would dialogue, share common ground, and be equal?
The answer is simple. Marxist economics has never worked. Socialism produces poverty, not prosperity. Collectivism creates oppression, not freedom. Trusting environmental "scientists" who depend on
government funding and must produce politically useful "information" will lead to economic and social disaster. 3
Even so, local and national leaders around the world are following the UN blueprint for global management and "sustainable communities," and President Clinton is leading the way. A letter I received from The President's Council on Sustainable Development states that -
In April 1997, President Clinton asked the council to advise him on:
next steps in building a new environmental management system for the 21st century... and policies that foster U.S. leadership on sustainable development internationally. The council was also charged to ensure that social equity issues are fully integrated ... (Emphasis added)
Many of our representatives are backing his plan. In a 1997 letter congratulating the Local Agenda 21 Advisory Board in Santa Cruz for completing their Action Plan, Congressman Sam Farr wrote, "The Local Agenda 21 Action Plan not only has local significance, it also will have regional and national impacts. As you know, the
President's Council on Sustainable Development is beginning Phase III of its work with an emphasis on sustainable communities." 4 (emphasis added)
This agenda may already be driving your community as "development", so be alert to the clues. Notice buzzwords such as "visioning," "partners," and "STAKEHOLDERS." Know how to resist the consensus process. Ask questions, but don't always trust the answers. Remember, political activists, like self-proclaimed education "change agents", have put expediency above integrity. As North Carolina school superintendent Jim Causby said at a 1994 international model school conference, "We have actually been given a course in how not to tell the truth. You've had that course in public relations where you learn to put the best spin on things."5
To recognize and resist this unconstitutional shadow government of laws and regulations being imposed on our nation without congressional approval, take a closer look at its history and nature.
This global contract binds governments around the world to the UN plan for changing the ways we live, eat, learn, and communicate - all under the noble banner of saving the earth. Its regulations would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation - even deny human access to our most treasured wilderness areas. If implemented,
it would manage and monitor all lands and people. No one would be free from the watchful eye of the new global tracking and information system
This agenda for the 21st Century was signed by 179 nations at the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Among other things, it called for a Global Biodiversity Assessment of
the state of the planet. Prepared by the UN Environmental Programme (UNEP), this GBA armed UN leaders with the "information" and "science" they needed to validate their global management system. Its doomsday predictions were designed to excuse radical population reduction, oppressive lifestyle regulations, and a coercive return to
earth-centered religions as the basis for environmental values and self-sustaining human settlements.
The GBA concluded on page 763 that "the root causes of the loss of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources." The main culprit? Judeo-Christian values. Chapter 12.2.3 states that-
This world view is characteristic of large scale societies, heavily dependent on resources brought from considerable distances. It is a world view that is characterized by the denial of sacred attributes in nature, a characteristic that became firmly established about 2000 years ago with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious traditions.
Eastern cultures with religious traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically from the perspective of humans as members of a community of beings including other living and non-living elements.6
Maurice Strong, who led the Rio conference, seems to agree. His ranch in Colorado is a gathering place for Buddhist, Bahai, Native American, and other earth-centered religions. Yet, while spearheading the restructuring of the United Nations (see " World Heritage Protection?"), he also helped design the blueprint for the transformation of our communities. And in his introduction to The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide, he called local leaders around the world to "undertake a consultative process with their populations and achieve a consensus on 'Local Agenda 21' for their communities."
Achieving that consensus meant painting scary scenarios of a hurting, dying planet that frighten children, anger youth, and persuade adults to submit to the unthinkable regulations. (See "Saving the Earth") It means blaming climate change on human activities and ignoring the natural factors that have - throughout time - brought cyclical
changes in climate, storm patterns, wildlife migration, and ozone thinning (there has never been a "hole").Natural factors you seldom hear about:
the earth's orbit around the sun
the gravitational pull of the moon (affects tidal forces and trigger volcanoes which cool the earth and produce El Ninos)
major volcanic eruptions which affect the ozone layer far more than all human activity
sunspot activity (times of great solar turbulence which heat the earth and recurs every nine to thirteen years)
the earth's relationship to other stars and planets
the earth's magnetic field (deflects storm tracks)
the annual decrease of stratospheric ozone each southern winter (our summer) when the sun's seasonal absence prevents ultraviolet rays from interacting with oxygen and producing ozone.
Local Agenda 21
Chapter 28 of Agenda 21 specifically calls for each community to formulate its own Local Agenda 21:
Each local authority should enter into a dialogue with its citizens, local organizations, and private enterprises and adopt 'a local Agenda 21.' Through consultation and consensus-building, local authorities would learn from citizens and from local, civic, community, business and industrial organizations and acquire the information needed for formulating the best strategies. (Agenda 21, Chapter 28, sec 1,3.)
This tactic may sound reasonable until you realize that the dedicated "STAKEHOLDER GROUP" that organizes and oversees local transformation IS NOT ELECTED BY THE PUBLIC. And the people selected
to represent the "citizens" in your community will not present your interests. The chosen "partners", professional staff, and working groups are implenting a new system of governance without asking your opinion.
They probably don't even want you to know what they are doing until the regulatory framework is well under way. You may read in your local paper about "visioning", working groups, Total Quality Management, and partnership between churches, welfare and social service agencies, and other community groups. These are clues that,
behind the scenes, the plan is moving forward.
The goals and strategies are outlined in Sustainable America, the report from our President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD). President Clinton's PCSD is merely one of about 150 similar councils established by nations around the world, all following guidelines from the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development.
The same steps and strategies are detailed in The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide: An introduction to Sustainable Development. This "planning framework for sustainable development at the local level" was prepared by The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) in partnership with the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and the International Development Research Centre of Canada. Remember, UNEP also prepared the GBA which supposedly proves the environmental "crisis." Could there be a conflict of interest here?
ICLEI's step-by-step plan for transforming communities was made available to reporters during the 1996 UN Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II). I started to read my bulky copy on the flight home from Istanbul. I soon learned how STAKEHOLDERS can broaden their working base and still maintain the original consensus:
they simply seek partners who share their vision. After all, partners who challenge the Stakeholders' ideology would cause gridlock and slow progress. (Such gridlock is one of many criticism of the American political system voiced at various global conferences.)
The ICLEI Planning Guide suggests that Stakeholders select two kinds of people to serve their agenda: (1) ordinary people who don't have "a stake" in the old system and would expect to gain power by establishing a new political system, and (2) media, business, political, church, and education leaders who must be wooed and
persuaded to promote the transformation within their sphere of influence. The following ICLEI list includes both:
A. Community Residents: women, youth, indigenous people, community leaders, teachers
B. Community-Based Organizations: churches, formal women's groups, traditional social groups, special interest groups
C. Independent Sector: Non-governmental organizations (NGO). academia, media
D. Private/Entrepreneurial Sector: environmental service agencies, small business/cooperatives, banks
E. Local Government and Associations: elected officials, management staff, regional associations
F. National/Regional Government: planning commission, utilities, service agencies, financial agencies.7
All participants must embrace the collective vision of a "sustainable community". They must commit to pursue the three E's of "sustainable development": Environment, Economy and Equity referring to the UN blueprint for environmental regulations, economic controls, and social equity.
"Sustainable development is a process of bringing these three development processes into balance with each other," states ICLEID's Agenda 21 Planning Guide on page 21. "The implementation of a sustainable development strategy therefore involves negotiation among the primary interest groups (STAKEHOLDERS) involved in these development processes. Once an Action Plan for balancing these development processes is established, these stakeholders must each take responsibility and leadership to implement the plan."
Meanwhile, opposing voices must be silenced. "Implementing the 'sustainable agenda' requires marginalizing critics," says Craig Rucker, Executive Director of CFACT, a conservative public interest group in Washington, D.C. dealing with consumer and environmental issues. He explains,
Distinguished scientists who disagree with the globalist agenda are ridiculed and said to speak for conservative interests or industry (whether or not they receive industry funding) and their scientific arguments are never heard. Some of these marginalized critics are very distinguished scientists, like Dr. Frederic Seitz, former president of the National Academies of Science and a sharp critic of ozone depletion and global warming theories, Dr. S. Fred Singer, who helped establish the satellite and balloon measuring devices to track global warming, and Dr. Edward Krug, who served on NAPAAP, among others. Some, like Dr. William Happer were even fired from their jobs for
questioning environmental dogma (in his case, on the issue of ozone depletion).8
Ignoring these facts, nearly two thousand communities around.....
WHY ARE AMERICANS IGNORANT OF 'AGENDA 21'?
August 6, 2006
The United Nations Agenda 21 was signed by the United States in 1992 and 14 years later, people are still in the dark. If you were to ask at random the question, "Have you heard of Agenda 21?" the answer would be an over-whelming "No," although it is being implemented in every local community.
Agenda 21 is a 40 chapter document listing goals to be achieved globally. It is the global plan to change the way we "live, eat, learn and communicate" because we must "save the earth."
"Its regulation would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation - even deny human access to our most treasured wilderness areas, it would monitor all lands and people. No one would be free from the watchful eye of the new global tracking and information system," according to Berit Kjos, author of Brave New Schools.
Maurice Strong, Secretary-general of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro said, "...[C]urrent lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class - involving high meat consumption and large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and workplace air-conditioning, and suburban housing are not sustainable. A shift is necessary which will require a vast strengthening of the multilateral system, including the United Nations.
In other words, the Global plan is for us to live on the level of third world nations. That means no box mixes or microwave meals, limited use of fuel of any kind, no air-conditioning and very little meat. When the cost of freon skyrocketed, when mad cow disease hit, the National Animal Identification System introduced, the price of fuel soared, it has become apparent that given time, these sustainable controls will be put into place - one way or another - and the Global Governance is powerful.
In 1992, Agenda 21 began to change our lives. In that same year, Al Gore wrote his book, Earth in the Balance. To advance his cause, he has now written another piece of fiction entitled, An Inconvenient Truth about global warming…..he even starred in the movie. He also thinks he invented the internet.
Although groundwork had been laid, it took a Bill Clinton to actually introduce something so invasive to our nation and get by with it without the public becoming aware. President Clinton appointed his "President’s Council on Sustainable Development" and he literally gave away the rights and freedoms the framers of the Constitution had provided.
People in the United States may not know about Agenda 21 and the President’s Council on Sustainable Development, but people around the world do. They know that Chicago has one of the greatest numbers of activities existing at the local, neighborhood and/or microregional level. They also know that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) monitors and promotes activities in this field through their Office for Sustainable Ecosystem and Communities.
Found on a Slovakian website: "To the leading countries in the field of development but especially of practical using of sustainable development indicators belong to the U.S.A. At the top level these activities are promoted by the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (1996), which defined a set of ten national goals toward sustainable development. These goals express in concrete terms the elements of sustainability. Alongside the goals are suggested indicators that can be used to help measure progress toward achieving them.”
Agenda 21 is certainly not a secret. The internet is full of how Agenda 21 has been fulfilled through Smart Growth planning, land use, sustainable development and extreme environmentalism. The so-called agenda is grant driven to your city council or county board in terms of sustainable, visioning, partners, tourism and stakeholders, along with consensus and other terms with the intent to make you believe we are running out of all our resources and we must do our part and "save for tomorrow. [See Agenda 21's Table of Contents.]
It has nothing to do about “saving anything” – it has everything to do with “control.” Sadly, very few congressmen even know Agenda 21 is actually running our country when they are voting to send grant money back home. Agenda 21 is incentive driven as the planners know that greed in the heart of man will be his downfall.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, better known as ANWR, has oil we need to be drilling for the security of our nation. Environmentalists don’t seem to understand we are dependent on foreign oil from nations who do not like us and our nation’s defense is at stake. The area where drilling would occur is just a dot in this vast land, yet they would gamble the strength of our nation in behalf of their favorite word --"pristine."
At the same time, technology is advancing and we may not need the oil later. But we do need it now.
Henry Lamb of Eco-logic, Restructuring the U.N.,
The world changed on 9-11. No longer can the world tilt at the windmills of a fantasized "global village." No longer can visions of "sustainable development" be justified in a world where "sustainable freedom" is the only possible solution to the economic and power vacuum that foments acts of terrorism.
There is a better way.
Nations can and, ultimately, must learn to live as neighbors, free from the web of "international laws" that dictate which activities are "sustainable" and which are xenophobic and unacceptable. Nation-to-nation relationships, just like neighbor-to-neighbor relationships, should be fashioned voluntarily, driven by mutual benefit. For the first time in a century, the United States may be exploring this possibility.
Henry Lamb is right. We can live as neighbors with other nations but we do not need to live under a "web of international law." There are dedicated citizens in the United States who are wise enough to set our nation’s guidelines without following Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development as set forth by the United Nations. [See DVD: Liberty or Sustainable Development?]
One of the main goals of Agenda 21 is to redistribute the wealth to third world countries and to bring our great nation to its knees in the name of socialism, fascism, communism or some other “ism.” Our founding fathers founded this nation on the belief of a Sovereign God and we have been blessed. Do you know the Gods of the nations to which we would become equal?
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Joyce Morrison attempts to educate the public regarding the dangers coming to their local communities through Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 programs which are designed to gradually take control of all private property through undue regulations.
Morrison writes for Eco-logic Powerhouse, NewsWithViews.com, Range Magazine, SOWER magazine as well as numerous other publications. She is a weekly participant on the teleconference of the Illinois Policy Institute, a conservative think tank and is a pro-life, pro-family activist.
She is a chapter leader for Concerned Women for America as well as Secretary to the Board of Directors of Rural Restoration/ADOPT Mission, a national farm ministry located in Sikeston, MO. FarmersRuralRestoration.com. Her most enjoyable time is spent teaching a senior adult Sunday School class which is a focus on hope and encouragement.