Saturday, 25 June 2011

United Nations Agenda 21 Project for 'Sustainable Development ... Not For Us Thiough!

Agenda 21 is a programme run by the United Nations (UN) related to sustainable development and was the planet's first summit to discuss global warming related issues. It is 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 in which humans impact the environment.
'Sustainable Development' has become the popularized expression for Agenda 21, so lets list a few of these sustainable developers objectives;

  • The end of Nation Sovereignty
  • The abolition of private property
  • The restructure of the family unit
  • Increasing restrictions and limitations on mobility and opportunity
  • Human beings are to be concentrated into 'Human Settlement Zones'
  • Irrigation - Unsustainable
  • Grazing of Livestock - Unsustainable
  • Farmlands - Unsustainable
  • and much, much more .....
This 40 chapter document is designed as the philosophy to bring human beings across the globe under the full control of a narrow group of elite. It elevates Nature above Mankind, and contains a little ditty called 'The Precautionary Principle' where basically you are guilty until proven innocent.
How do these people plan to do this and make it last ?
You 'steal' a generation of children and you indoctrinate them so that they accept these ideas and become "Global Citizens" in the coming "Global Village." Quite easy really when you can control the education of the planet using a plethora of United Nations agencies.
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) as one example, came out and declared 2005 - 2014 as the "Decade of Education for Sustainable Development." They go on to say that " will encompase the 40 chapters of 'Agenda 21"
"Generally, more highly educated people, who have higher incomes, consume more resources than poorly educated people, who tend to have lower incomes. In this case, more education increases the threat to sustainablility"
Quoted from a Teachers Guide
'Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit' by Rosalyn McKeown
At a meeting of ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives), which is an agency that helps with the implementation of Agenda 21 in local communities, Harvey Ruvin, who was the Vice Chairman of ICLEI, was asked about the clash between the corrolative rights derived from the bill of rights of the people which includes, individual liberties ,private property, freedom of speech etc, and Agenda 21, his response was "Individual rights must take a back seat to the collective"

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