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NC Republican Party Resolution to Oppose Agenda 21/ICLEI


WHEREAS, the United Nations Agenda 21 has been covertly pushed into local governments throughout the United States through International Counsel of Local Environmental Initiatives ("ICLEI"), now known as Local Governments for Sustainability, as using local "sustainable development" policies such as Smart Growth, Wildlands Project, Resilient Cities, Regional Visioning Projects, and other "Green" or "Alternative" projects;


WHEREAS, since the United Nations has accredited and enlisted numerous non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations to assist in the implementation of UN policies under Agenda 21;


WHEREAS, many non-governmental organizations and international non-governmental

organizations receive federal, state and municipal funding aimed at further implementing

provisions of UN Agenda 21, including its sustainable development initiatives, at the local level;


WHEREAS, the North Carolina Republican Party recognizes the destructive nature of United Nations Agenda 21, as evidence by the approved resolution passed in the 2012 NC Republican Party State Convention;


WHEREAS, neither the United States government, the state of North Carolina nor any municipal governments are bound by the provisions of Agenda 21 because it has not be ratified or endorsed by the United States Senate;


WHEREAS, the North Carolina Republican Party ("NCGOP") recognizes that local officials must uphold the state and federal Constitutions and are not bound by the Charter of the United Nations or any affiliated entity. Therefore, the NCGOP opposes any attempt by local governments or any other political subdivision of the state to sign a contract with ICLEI or facilitate public-private partnerships, stakeholder councils, visioning projects and policies and/or related initiatives that are proven to promote and/or implement "sustainable development" under Agenda 21. The NCGOP further recognizes that free enterprise cannot exist in a managed "sustainable" society;


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the NCGOP opposes any effort by a federal, state, or local governments to enact or abide by any provision of Agenda 21, ICLEI, or any other foreign law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes any provision of the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of North Carolina and opposes all efforts by local governments or political subdivisions to fund or otherwise implement any such efforts;


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon the approval of this resolution the NCGOP shall distribute by email, hand out or mailer a copy of this resolution to all known Republican candidates for United States Congress in North Carolina, all known Republican candidates for the North Carolina General Assembly, and recommend that opposition to this issue be reflected in the North Carolina Republican Party Platform.