Sustainability. Smart Growth. Globalization. Data mapping. High-density urban mixed-use development.
These terms are more than environmentalist buzzwords. They are the foundational structures of a blueprint meant to make you more dependent, more restricted, and therefore, more controlled. It’s called “Agenda 21” and it is being implemented in your local area, right now.
Private property owners across America are being harassed and served with lawsuits by a group of environmental “warriors” convinced that we are harming our planet. An example is Martha Boneta, a farmer in Fauquier County, Virginia, who faces a lawsuit for planning a birthday party for ten year olds on her farm and advertising a pumpkin carving. Only 15 percent of Americans know about Agenda 21, and we want you to help us get the word out about this emerging United Nations initiative that will change the way we “live, eat, learn and communicate,” addressing every single area a human being could possibly impact during their time on earth: agriculture, ecosystem, education, energy and housing, population, public health, recycling, and transportation.
The United Nations believes there will be no social justice until people in every part of the world have access to wealth redistribution, mostly courtesy of the United States. That means your prosperity is going to have to be taken down a notch or two, in the form of relinquished rights (Small Arms Treaty) or fees (Internet Treaty), and given to others.
Who will dole out this justice? The United Nations, of course, that fairest and most just of organizations. The definition of “social justice” to the U.N. is taking America’s wealth and redistributing it around the world—and then, rearranging our society to ensure that same great wealth doesn’t come around again! You see it’s not fair for one person to own private property if someone else doesn’t have any. It’s not fair to run your air conditioner whenever you want if someone else has to cut back. Don’t you remember Obama telling us we shouldn’t think we were going to be able to keep our thermostats the way we want them and drive our SUV’s?
Agenda 21 began in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. President George H.W. Bush signed it, and then in 1995, President Bill Clinton issued Executive Order #12858 creating the President’s Council on Sustainable Development so the U.S. could start lining up our environmental policy with Agenda 21 directives. Little by little, regulations have crept into federal, state and local laws.
Right now, its provisions are probably embedded within your city, county and state ordinances, and you may not even be aware of it, unless like Ms. Boneta in Virginia, you have had to face it up close.
Maurice Strong, who was Secretary General of the U.N.’s Earth Summit, said at the 1992 conference, “Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work air conditioning, and suburban housing are not sustainable.” And Harvey Ruvin, Vice Chairman of ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability, formerly the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives) said, “Individual rights will have to take a back seat to the collective.”
YOUR FAMILY – The U.N. Population Fund is calling for a global population reduction through family planning. Was it always your plan to have a large family? Better check with the United Nations first.
YOUR HOME – Global warming screamers say farmland and suburbia is harming the planet. You had better to move to a densely populated urban center, instead. The answer to population growth is denser cities. Michail Fragkias, chief scientist for the UIN’s “Planet under Pressure” says, “If cities can develop in height rather than in width that would be much more preferable and environmentally not as harmful. “ Yale University professor Karen Seto agrees, saying “We certainly don’t want them strolling about the entire countryside. We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together].”
YOUR LAND – Obama’s “Great Outdoors Initiative” is his strategy to quietly acquire millions of acres of land—both public and private. Although the government owns about one acre out of every three in America, it’s not enough. Obama’s work is part of the U.N.’s Wildlands Project, which was never ratified by the U.S. Senate and calls for approximately 50 percent of the United States to be set aside as "wildlands", where no human can enter.
Rosa Koire is the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute and blogs on her website Democrats Against UN Agenda 21. She has put out a rallying cry, asking for supporters to help her shut down the spread of Agenda 21 throughout our cities and towns:
“Let's make 2013 the year that we work together to spread awareness of UN Agenda 21. We will inform our elected officials. We will speak out to block laws and regulations that implement UN Agenda 21. We will hold elected officials accountable to our constitution. We will expose ICLEI in our cities. We will oppose unelected boards and commissions that usurp our right to representative government. We will identify UN Agenda 21 in our laws and demand that they be repealed. We will refuse to cooperate with data collection and monitoring. We will reach critical awareness by every means available to us. We will stand strong.”
Congress needs to protect our Constitution, and they need to work at the state and federal level to block regulations meant to stifle and control American citizens and our way of life.