Sustainability. Smart Growth. High-density urban mixed-use development.
These terms are more than environmentalist buzzwords. They are the beginning of a blueprint to make you more dependent, more restricted, and therefore, more controlled. It’s called “Agenda 21.”
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. Because not everyone enjoys the standard of living that you do, and freedom under a Constitution such as yours, you must pay.
Because your life must change as some sort of restitution to those who are not so fortunate, the United Nations, that fairest and most just of organizations, is of course going to be the world body that makes sure “social justice” occurs and equality blankets our planet.
Little by little, global bureaucrats, emboldened by the encouragement of our current President, are looking for ways to regulate and weaken the American way of life. Our current President will not honor our Constitution or the Founders’ ideals for America, so it is up to you and me to shine a spotlight on this danger and stop United Nations encroachment upon our liberties!
Government interference in the name of “sustainability” is going to affect:
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 better to move to a densely populated urban center, instead. Furthermore, 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].”
Think about it: how many articles have you seen recently on new condo developments in your area, or, fascinating videos of people who are making the move to compact, 500 square foot dwellings?
YOUR INTERNET FREEDOM – Vint Cerf is typically referred to as “the godfather of the Internet.” In the early 1970’s he helped design the structure behind it, and he now has to become its biggest defender as the United Nations is gathered to work on Internet regulation.
“Starting in 1973, when my colleagues and I proposed the technology behind the Internet, we advocated for an open standard to connect computer networks together. This wasn’t merely philosophical; it was also practical. This openness is why the Internet creates so much value today.” But…a closed-door meeting of the world’s governments is taking place in Dubai, and regulation of the Internet is on the agenda,” he said. “The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is convening a conference from Dec. 3-14 to revise a decades-old treaty, in which only governments have a vote.”
Cerf (and also companies like Google) argue that this treaty could increase censorship and give governments the power to shut down the Internet in their countries—just as we’ve seen happen most recently in Syria, and previously in Egypt.
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.
Only 15 percent of Americans know about Agenda 21, and we want you to help us get the word out about this blueprint for changing the way we “live, eat, learn and communicate,” broken into 8 sections 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.
“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… ” Agenda 21: The Earth Summit Strategy to Save Our Planet (Earthpress, 1993).
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.”
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. Right now, its provisions are probably embedded within your city, county and state ordinances, and you may not even be aware of it.
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? Well…Agenda 21 is invading our cities and towns and implementing regulations that will make sure Obama and the U.N. keep us in line with their worldview.
While it may seem inconceivable that our “leaders” would allow a world body like the United Nations to decimate our rights, it is definitely not out of the question, especially with Barack Obama in the White House! He was raised by people who disliked what America stood for, and all his actions and associations since then have demonstrated that he does not identify with the United States, nor does he feel pride in the American culture.
We need to spread the word about Agenda 21, and encourage people to contact Congress about the U.N.’s plans for our country. Congress needs to protect our Constitution, and that means they need to campaign for those who hold our liberty and sovereignty dear. We cannot afford the world visions of Barack Obama, George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder.