TROJAN HORSE TO SOME - Why would Tennessee lawmakers feel the need to pass a resolution condemning United Nations Agenda 21 on March 15, 2012? Perhaps some of our leaders have stopped drinking the Kool-Aid, laced with ideologies of grandiose utopian societies.
Condemning Agenda 21, the resolution stated, “the radical so-called “sustainable development”, views the American way of life of private property ownership, single-family homes, private car ownership and individual travel choices, and privately owned farms all as destructive to the environment.” (House Joint resolution 587 here)
“But what these people want to do is they want to cap the number of people this planet can have … So ladies and gentlemen, if that doesn’t bother you, if those words don’t scare you, we’ve got to talk,” stated Rep. Glen Casada.
The Agenda 21 plan is non-binding as well as the HJR 587, but citizens are concerned how local government entities are being pushed to further the goals of Agenda 21. This insidious plan should be renamed the “Hidden Agenda of Global Elite”.
Citizens have been concerned since the industrialized age began that corporate profits reigned supreme over environmental impacts. The poisoning of our waterways and air has had a tremendous impact on the health of local communities. The EPA began addressing those issues with mixed results. Generally speaking, every oversight agency needs some oversight themselves. The EPA is now implementing Agenda 21 directives.
Governments around the world are addressing environmental issues with what can only be called hysterical extremes.
Instead of looking at the top eco-disasters like BP, Chernobyl, Fukishima, Bhopal, Seveso, Exxon Valdez, Piper Alpha, Amoco Cadiz, the Gulf War with the 650 oil well fires, the Love Canal Chemical Waste dump, the Baia Mare cyanide spill, the fatal mad cow disease crisis, the Spanish waste water spill, and the Three Mile Island Nuclear disaster, and changing their policies, intensifying their scrutiny, and penalizing industries, the world leaders decided to turn their pointy little fingers at the world population and claim our existence was creating global warming and depopulation would resolve much of the issues.
All the while, the population swims in the swill of corporate maleficent.
This pernicious viewpoint and irrational premise has divided scientists. In fact, it has been open season on dissenting scientists, with record numbers of “mysterious” deaths.
History has provided us with a huge list of evil leaders who seek to create a perfect race, or perfect society, controlling all aspects of the human experience. Hitler is the first to come to mind but there is Mussolini, Stalin, Castro, Mao and Che.
By various degrees they used their iron grip to control the masses and cull their sheep. War, itself, is nothing more than a culling. The repression of medical cures is a culling. Allowing the starvation of African’s and sterilizing them through inoculations, is a culling.
But take heart, Kansas and North Carolina have passed similar resolutions against Agenda 21.
These small victories are like beacon lights on light house shorelines, warning of imminent danger.
Still there exists, a few sound minds, in the hallowed halls of our American institutions, which have not succumbed to gutting the Declaration of Independence.
Protecting our self-determination and our human rights is as relevant today, as it was when we fought for our independence from Britain in 1782.We must fight the insidious plot against humanity guised as environmental sustainability. It was so smart of them to use our concerns against ourselves.
Read overview on how Agenda 21 is currently being implemented, by Tom Deweese.
Read HJR 983 N. Carolina opposing Agenda 21.
Read HR6032 Kansas opposing Agenda 21.
Efforts in Alabama and Louisiana are still active. Georgia lawmakers failed to pass their resolution on March 29. New Hampshire's bill to study the implementation of Agenda 21 was killed that same day.
Minnesota’s bill to assess the principles' impacts of Agenda 21 died as well. Arizona State Senate approved SB1507 but allowed the measure to die on May 3 after the House failed to vote on the measure. This is not acceptable.
In January, the Republican National Committee (RNC), passed a resolution that rejects Agenda 21. The committee agreed to distribute the "Resolution Exposing United Nations Agenda 21" and called on governments to be "well informed of the underlying harmful implications" of the principles "destructive strategies for 'sustainable development.'" So far, this is a bipartisan effort.
The John Birch Society's has singled out, ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, as an organization for "covertly pushing" the Agenda 21 principles on cities and towns nationwide.
Originally called the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, the nonprofit organization is based in Bonn, Germany, with US headquarters in Oakland, Calif. They not only sell software on reducing carbon footprints, they advise local officials, and participate in UN climate negotiations conferences worldwide.
The real propaganda comes straight from the UN. The United Nations defines Agenda 21 as a “comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments and Major Groups in every area which human impacts on the environment.“
In 1993, the UN published “Agenda 21: The Earth Summit Strategy to Save Our Planet.” The UN described Agenda 21: “Agenda 21 proposes an array of actions which are intended to be implemented by every person on earth… it calls for specific changes in the activities of all people … Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation of all humans, unlike anything the world has ever experienced.”
Presidents Clinton and Obama passed Executive Orders that force the implementation of UN Agenda 21 and our legislation has mimicked the ideology and plans of Agenda 21. Barack Obama's science advisor, John P. Holdren, co-authored a 1977 textbook entitled "Ecoscience". He actually advocated mass sterilization, compulsory abortion, a one world government and a global police force to enforce population control.
On page 837, he advocates compulsory abortion as perfectly legal under the US Constitution.
“Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.”
On page 917, he advocates the surrender of U.S. national sovereignty to an international organization.
“If this could be accomplished, security might be provided by an armed international organization, a global analogue of a police force. Many people have recognized this as a goal, but the way to reach it remains obscure in a world where factionalism seems, if anything, to be increasing. The first step necessarily involves partial surrender of sovereignty to an international organization.”
On page 943, he advocates planetary regimes controlling population.
“The Planetary Regime might be given responsibility for determining the optimum population for the world and for each region and for arbitrating various countries’ shares within their regional limits. Control of population size might remain the responsibility of each government, but the Regime would have some power to enforce the agreed limits.”
There are plenty of like minded leaders, acting as sheep in wolf’s clothing. The discussion on sustainability has a chilling effect because the root of it stems from Agenda 21 goals. No matter how eco-minded you are, you have to look at the subversive intentions of Agenda 21 supporters.
Local politicians do not want to be seen as anti-environment, but are instead, by legislation, becoming anti-American. Bombarded by massive and unrelenting new legislation, very little time goes into dialogues and debates or investigations and research. Either our legislators are being duped, or tragically they are selling out America and using the Constitution as toilet paper.
Tax paying citizens have less and less input on important environmental issues within their own counties. Bike paths, walkways, green belts, zoning laws, high density areas, and conservation areas, are being filtered through this sustainability plan and goal of Agenda 21. Local leaders are being influenced by UN held conferences and asked to sign agreements to support Agenda 21 efforts.
Unsuspecting citizens are being sold “visions” built on a “consensus” that are not in their long term best interest, and hides a more sinister plan. The population has no idea what the “globalists” have in mind.
Map of Wildlands Project, presented to the Senate by the United Nations depicts the UN’s plan for human habitat. Guess it is no scarier than the American Indians being relocated for their own good.
Our government signed the United Nations' World Heritage Treaty, in 1972. The treaty creates "World Heritage Sites" and “Biosphere Reserves". At least 68% of our US national parks, monuments and preserves have been designated as World Heritage Sites. While visiting these sites you can see the UN signs. Melissa Wiedbrauk, a research associate with The National Center for Public Policy Research, has a website dedicated to this issue.
As a person who recycles, does community clean ups, and has the tradition of taking my grandsons on their birthdays to clean local sites as a way to give back to the world, I take great pride in keeping America clean.
I grew up on PSA’s like, “Give a Hoot, Don’t Pollute”. We knew who the real boogey man was in the world of eco-destruction.
Every city and every town knew which companies were dumping toxic waste, or polluting our skies from their spewing chimneys.
Many lawsuits flooded the courts by victims of corporate crime. For the most part, corporations got away with decimating the eco-systems.
Now the tables have been turned. The corporate heads, like Bill Gates, are blaming us, for the woes of the world. They are blaming us for our consumerism while they lure us with advertisements, and blame us for consumption while they are using up natural resources. Forcing upgrades on society and stymieing our ability use our purchases over a lifetime.
The hypocrisy of world leaders who delve into bio-weapons, drop nuclear and uranium enriched bombs, who experiment on their citizenry, propagate hate and war, who pit nation against nation for the military dollar…leaves us all heart sick, and we’re not going to take it anymore!
Keep a watchful eye on world events pertaining to sustainability. Apply pressure to your elected leaders to oppose implementation of Agenda 21 by getting a resolution passed.
Read Agenda 21 here.
Read the primer for Agenda 21 here.
Overview of Agenda 21 implementation here.
(Lisa Cerda is a contributor to CityWatch, a community activist, Chair of Tarzana Residents Against Poorly Planned Development, and former Tarzana Neighborhood Council board member.) –cw
Tags: Lisa Cerda, UN Agenda 21, sustainability, environment, global warming
Vol 10 Issue 45
Pub: June 5, 2012