A far-reaching United Nations plot to re-engineer civilization and impose global socialism on humanity, variously dubbed “Agenda 2030” and the “Sustainable Development Agenda,” was ushered in on Friday with a “thunderous standing ovation,” the UN Department of Public Information reported. Every one of the 193 UN member governments on the planet — from communist and Islamist dictatorships to those ruling what remains of the “Free World” — vowed to help impose the UN's controversial goals on their subjects. Indeed, according to the UN and the global agreement itself, not a single human being will be allowed to escape what one prominent internationalist ominously referred to as the next “Great Leap Forward.”
That the UN Agenda 2030's 17 so-called “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) and its accompanying 169 targets are essentially a recipe for global socialism and corporatism is hardly open for dispute, as countless analysts have pointed out in recent weeks. Goal number 10, for example, calls on the UN, national governments, and every person on Earth to “reduce inequality within and among countries.” To do that, the agreement continues, will “only be possible if wealth is shared and income inequality is addressed.” The brutal communist dictatorship ruling mainland China even boasted of its “crucial role” in creating the UN agenda. But as the UN document makes clear, national socialism to “combat inequality” domestically is simply not enough — international socialism is needed to battle inequality even “among” countries.
In other words, Western taxpayers: Prepare to be fleeced so that your wealth can redistributed internationally. Of course, as has been the case for generations, most of the wealth extracted from the productive sector in what remains of the free world will be redistributed to the UN and Third World regimes — not the victims of those regimes, impoverished largely through domestic socialist policies imposed by the same corrupt regimes that will be propped up with more Western aid. More than a few governments and dictators also announced that they would be “aligning their national development plans with the Sustainable Development Agenda,” essentially ensuring a growing supply of poor people to exploit as a pretext for more UN-led global socialism.
The UN document, formally entitled “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” was adopted on Friday, September 25, at the start of the UN's three-day Summit on Sustainable Development in New York. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the confab, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon hinted at just how far-reaching the plot really is. “The new agenda is a promise by leaders to all people everywhere,” he explained, presumably conflating “leaders” with mass-murdering gangsters such as Kim Jong Un, Raul Castro, and Robert Mugabe who somehow managed to seize control over entire nations. “It is a universal, integrated and transformative vision for a better world.”
"Behind the green mask UN Agenda 21" Rosa Koire is the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute. Impacting every aspect of our lives, UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a corporate manipulation using the Green Mask of environmental concern to forward a globalist plan.
Following Alabama’s lead, lawmakers in the Oklahoma House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to approve popular legislation protecting private-property rights and banning a controversial United Nations “sustainable development” scheme known as Agenda 21, which critics say represents a serious threat to American values and liberty. If approved by the Senate as expected, the law would also prohibit state and local governments from working with the UN or its affiliates to implement any sort of “international law” that violates the U.S. or Oklahoma constitutions.
The bill, H.B. 1412, was passed in the state House last week on a bipartisan vote, with a Republican-led coalition of 67 supporting the legislation against 17 Democrats who opposed the measure. It originally passed out of the States’ Rights Committee in late February and is now in the state Senate, where a broad coalition of activists — supporters of national sovereignty, private property, the Constitution, individual liberty, Tea Party groups, and more — is working to ensure its passage.
Of course, Oklahoma is just the latest state to take action against the highly controversial UN plan, which calls for a transformation of human civilization under the guise of promoting so-called “sustainability.” In May of last year, Alabama became the first state to officially ban UN Agenda 21 after a law to protect private property and due process rights was signed by Gov. Robert Bentley. The wildly popular bi-partisan legislation was approved unanimously in both houses of the state legislature.
Before that, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle in Tennessee adopted a resolution blasting the dubious UN agenda as a radical “socialist” plot at odds with individual liberty, private-property rights, and the U.S. Constitution. Lawmakers in Kansas followed suit. Numerous other state governments, under heavy pressure from activists across the political spectrum, are also working to ban the “sustainable development” scheme in their jurisdictions. City and county governments, meanwhile, are taking action to protect residents, too.
The most important thing I’ve learned from studying Agenda 21 is that most people are good and have good intentions. The worst thing I’ve learned is that good people are easily led and that there are loads of good people with good intentions, whose good intentions end up being co-opted for nefarious intent.
Even though I’ve read that about 4% of the people are sociopaths and put their own interests above others without conscience, most are not pathological or criminal on a worldwide scale. Thankfully, we would be in much more trouble worldwide than we are presently if all of that 4% were as charming and motivated as the few that drive Agenda 21.
Those few that wreak havoc for the rest of the 96%+, are highly intelligent and motivated to have not only wealth, but power. These people, from political positions to captains of industry, gravitate to positions of power with their ruthless ambition. Many of these charming, ruthless people are very good at organizing others in agendas that further their own ambitions and not those of the groups they lead, as the “joiners” are led to believe. They are also good at attracting other sociopaths who aren’t as expert in leadership abilities to follow them in the hopes of “cashing-in,” which they regularly do - sometimes subverting tax dollars to themselves.
Maurice Strong, the main organizer of Agenda 21, said of himself that he is a capitalist when it comes to his vast business holdings, but a collectivist when it comes to saving the planet. The two are directly opposed to one another, yet there is no dissonance in his mind, otherwise he would never make such a ludicrous statement.
Maurice Strong, along with his supporters and followers, know that there are few people who would knowingly trash their own backyard, including our planet, or not want a healthy natural environment. Using environmentalism, Agenda 21 has woven its way into most facets of government, public-private partnerships, and agencies that profess good intention while enforcing a tyranny on individuals in the name of communitarianism or collectivism. On deeper analysis, much of that reasoning is faulty. By maneuvering people to a pronounced fear of destruction and implying that average people, not corporations or governments, perpetrate environmental crimes, these sociopaths are accomplishing their goal of total control of the “little people.” In fact, they propose that corporations and public-private partnerships can accomplish with tax dollars what individuals used to do with money earned from fulfilling customers’ needs.
We all have neighbors, friends or relatives who have jobs working for entities whose prime directive is “sustainability” and “saving us from ourselves.” They work on the pretense that they can make us safe when it’s obvious that nothing but perhaps spiritual beliefs can keep anyone safe from moment to moment. Most troubling is that these people believe it because they have been told over and over again that they can make a difference for society as a whole when there is no basis in fact for their interventions or what might be called meddling by independent folks.
In an MSNBC article scientists are calling for human populations to live in closely tightknit cities.
“We certainly don’t want them strolling about the entire countryside. We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together].”
These scientists want populations to be confined to mega-cities, locked up so they are easily controlled. Michail Fragkias, chief scientist for the UIN’s “Planet under Pressure” said that the answer to population growth is denser cities.
“If cities can develop in height rather than in width that would be much more preferable and environmentally not as harmful.”
NASA and UNEP released a statement citing that denser cities would mitigate “worldwide population growth”. This document precedes the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in June of 2012.
Organizers of “Planet Under Pressure” is calling our time the “Anthropocene” era where humans, not natural conditions, are altering the planet’s geological processes. Martin Rees of the Royal Society spoke at the conference:
“This century is special in the Earth’s history. It is the first when one species — ours — has the planet’s future in its hands. We’ve invented a new geological era: the Anthropocene.”
Tennessee lawmakers passed a resolution Thursday condemning a United Nations environmental plan as a “destructive and insidious” effort to advance a communist agenda through the guise of community planning.
The state House of Representatives voted 72-23 in favor of House Joint Resolution 587, which denounces the nonbinding Agenda 21 plan adopted by a United Nations environmental conference two decades ago.
The plan called on members of the United Nations to adopt sustainable development principles to alleviate poverty and combat global warming. But the resolution approved by Tennessee lawmakers on Thursday depicts it as a plan for the “socialist/communist redistribution of wealth” through energy conservation policies, zoning restrictions and forced abortions.
“It reads well. It has nice words like sustainability and helping the poor,” said state Rep. Glen Casada, R-Franklin. “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.”
Little known even in environmental and planning circles until recently, Agenda 21 has grabbed the attention of conservative groups, who say the document calls on national and local governments to pursue environmental goals by limiting property rights and freedom.
Charlotte Iserbyt is the consummate whistleblower! Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms. Iserbyt is a former school board director in Camden, Maine and was co-founder and research analyst of Guardians of Education for Maine (GEM) from 1978 to 2000. She has also served in the American Red Cross on Guam and Japan during the Korean War, and in the United States Foreign Service in Belgium and in the Republic of South Africa. Iserbyt is a speaker and writer, best known for her 1985 booklet Back to Basics Reform or OBE: Skinnerian International Curriculum and her 1989 pamphlet Soviets in the Classroom: America's Latest Education Fad which covered the details of the U.S.-Soviet and Carnegie-Soviet Education Agreements which remain in effect to this day. She is a freelance writer and has had articles published in Human Events, The Washington Times, The Bangor Daily News, and included in the record of Congressional hearings.
Life in America Under Agenda 21
with whistleblower Charlotte Iserbyt - Part 1
American Sport Fishing Association generated public support for dam demolition in the Klamath, along with other "non" profits" listed in Dan Bacher's article "It's TIme to Take the Klamath Dams Down!" using the excuse of toxic algae. It appears that these stakeholders can't understand that it is more effective to remedy pollution at its source. Algae is caused by agricultural runoff from fertilizers (mostly synthetic). If farmers went back to traditional crop rotation, then legumes could replace nitrogen in the soil resulting in a decrease of fertilizer use.
These goups fail to publicize that their algae solution to increase protected wetlands just won't work unless 40% of the farms in the Upper Klamath Basin are converted to wetlands. They also fail to inform the public that the outlook for salmon recovery is negative.
Department of Interior chief Ken Salazar will have until March 2012 to make the final decison in the dams (and he has track record that favors UN Agenda 21).
Agenda 21 is the action plan to implement the UN Sustainable Development for total control and depopulation. The Wildlands Project is the blueprint to scrape humans off of 50% of America's landscape through "rewilding". Beneficial dams are being destroyed in the name or rewilding or restoration, using phony environmentalism to achieve these UN goals:
Human geography: herding humans into areas of water availability, as it is essential for life
Depopulation: when water is cut off from farmers, this affects the food supply
Water rights: massive water rights re-allocation hangs in the balance (the Colorado River may be up for grabs)
Hydro power dam destruction: collapse of energy infrastructure to return to a primitive existence
Private property: land use & value are drastically changed when property is turned into a swamp or desert
Federal control: centralized control over resources follows UN policy
Smart Grid: overwhelming and centralized control that is inefficient and open to sabotage
For details on the direct links between Agenda 21 and dam demolition, watch Dr. Michael Coffman's excellent video here.
The Mercury, March 8, reported that Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, will be letting its membership in ICLEI (International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives), lapse due to constituent pressure and dislike for ICLEI’s message, Agenda 21.
Montgomery County commissioners learned what that meant at a recent meeting held in the county seat, Norristown, when local residents, Maggie Roddin and Ruth Miller charged the county commissioners with “being in league with the U.N. to promote that organization’s global warming agenda.”
Montgomery, and surrounding counties, including neighboring Philadelphia County, joined in 2007 for, like many other communities, “the purpose of buying software to calculate the county’s carbon footprint. ICLEI’s mission is to help local governments achieve ‘global sustainability,’ according to the organization’s charter.” Edmond, Oklahoma joined for the same reason but the city recently rejected its membership, partly because local residents learned that a city’s agreement to that same charter places the city under the jurisdiction of the ICLEI.
At the Norristown meeting, Commissioner Joseph Hoeffel, amused at Roddin’s and Miller’s allegations, said, “The only thing I laugh at is absurd allegations that the county has a treaty with the United Nations or a treaty with a foreign government.”
But across the country, in Edmond, a grassroots effort, Govern Edmond Locally (GEL) came up against the same denials from its city officials. GEL found it quite easy to connect ICLEI membership with the United Nations and has issued its “ 3 Click Challenge,” available on its website, to warn residents of the U.N. connection. Residents of other cities already embroiled with Agenda 21, or in those communities considering it, find the easy to understand Challenge a useful tool in combating the misinformation circulating about sustainability by making the connection in three mouse clicks.