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Agenda 21—a short explanation

 

 

1.       What is Agenda 21? This UN agenda is legally non-binding, or “soft law,” document signed in 1992 at the Rio Earth Summit by 178 nations, including the United States. It promotes the philosophy of “Sustainable Development.” Agenda 21 is a UN-sponsored international program, or blueprint, designed to implement internationally-controlled standards for virtually all aspects of life from the use of private property to the places people can and cannot live to how they travel to what they eat. Once standards are adopted, they are difficult to repeal. “Soft law” policy will eventually become international “hard law.”

 

2.       How does it work? Its methods include implementation of international building codes and urban and rural planning, international land use codes, international transportation directives, international control of land, water, energy and agricultural resources, international energy use standards, central planning, and regional governance.  Wealth re-distribution on a national and world scale is part of the goal disguised as “social justice for equity, environmental stewardship, and economic justice,” all under the subtitle of “sustainable development.” These concepts of equity, environment and economy are known as “the 3Es of Sustainability” and symbolized by three interlocking circles.

 

 3.       Like most things in life, it’s mostly about the money: your money. Through “public private partnerships (ppp’s),” “stake holders,” regulation and other entities, Agenda 21 often makes an end run around federal, state and local sovereignty using federal (your) money to implement policy through regulation using the constitutionally questionable use of CFR’s effectively removing representative government from policy-making. Toward that end, the federal government has already divided the nation into “regions” for planning and governance. In many cases, “regionalism,” which literally translates to “soviet” in Russian, has effectively replaced much of your voice in local governance.   

 

 4.       Agenda 21 strikes at the heart of constitutional government and liberty, sovereignty, capitalism, and representative democracy; and seeks to impose socialistic dictatorship for global governance. In order to achieve these goals the UN and its sponsors must hamstring and gut American economic prowess, destroy the middle class, and subvert representative government. The US Senate has never approved this policy as a treaty but implementation proceeds nonetheless.

 

Seventy-five percent (75%) of this agenda is ALREADY IN PLACE! (See tab: UN says almost done)

 

Now they are going for the rest. The federal budget for example is loaded with programs and funding in this direction. Local governments are WAY down the road already. State governments are becoming bigger targets. Regional Councils of Government are prime movers of this agenda as are various professional associations such as the International City-County Management Association, the NC County Commissioner’s Association, the American Planners’ Association, Transportation Planners’ Association, the NC League of Municipalities, and an infinite number of special interest groups.

 

Remember these words. Sustainable Development; Social Justice;  Economic Justice; Social Equity; Public Private Partnership, Stake Holder; Regionalism, Benefit Corporation. When you hear them, you can be sure the term or program is associated with Agenda 21.

 

That's the overview. Now read the next tab, "The New Normal," to see where we are and how we got there.