The two-decade-old United Nations program known as Agenda 21 is relatively unknown to most Americans. But the global scheme has the potential to wipe out freedoms of all U.S. citizens.
“Sustainable Development” was created and defined by the United Nations in 1987, and the action plan to implement it was signed onto in 1992 by President Bush and 178 other nations. Clinton began to implement it in the US in 1993 by giving the American Planning Association a multi-million dollar grant to write a land use legislative blueprint for every municipality in the US.
Far from being a ‘conspiracy theory’ or a ‘tin-foil hat’ fantasy, this is an actual United Nations plan. The UN called it Agenda 21 because it is the Agenda for the 21st century. According to UN Secretary General Maurice Strong, the ‘affluent middle-class American lifestyle is unsustainable.’ Considered unsustainable under this plan: middle class lifestyle, single family homes, private vehicles, meat-eating, air conditioning, appliances, dams, farming, you. This is what they consider a threat to the planet.
After George Bush signed it in 1992, it was brought back to the US by President Clinton (1993) when he created the President’s Council on Sustainable Development for the sole purpose of getting it into every city, county, and state in the US through federal rules, regulations, and grants. This is a global plan but is implemented locally. You’ll see it as a regional plan. It might be called Vision 2035, or Your Town 2025, or One Bay Area, or Plan NY…all of these regional plans are the same. They call for stack and pack housing, restricted mobility, and regional government. Domestic surveillance, smart meters, GMO’s, loss of freedom—all UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
This might sound like a silly plan that doesn’t affect you. But look around. This economic collapse IS UN Agenda 21. You’ll hear that this plan is non-binding, that it’s a dusty old plan with no teeth. That is a lie. In fact over the last 20 years this plan has been implemented all over the United States. It’s called Sustainable Development. The 3 E’s: ecology, economy, equity.
“…sustainable development is the UN’s Agenda 21 program for the global control and restriction over your daily life, including your private property, individual rights, and civil liberties…”
UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world. INVENTORY AND CONTROL. You are losing your rights. You are being manipulated. You are being lied to. YOU are the Resistance.
Who is funding this deadly regime?
EXCERPTED FROM: DAU21 Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook Model Statues for Planning and the Management of Change was funded by grants from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (the lead federal agency); Federal Highway Administration (US Department of Transportation); US Environmental Protection Agency; the Federal Transit Administration (DOT); the Rural Economic and Community Development Administration (US Department of Agriculture). All of these agencies were members of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development which ran from 1993-1999.
Private funders included the Siemens Corporation; Henry M. Jackson Foundation; Annie E. Casey Foundation; and the American Planning Association. These private organizations promote smart growth.
Siemens, for instance, benefits from the development of the ‘smart grid’ and is a key private for-profit corporation for solar, biomass, and other subsidized power generation. This huge multi-national corporation is involved in health care, building systems, financing, communications and more. Siemens USA has revenue of over $20 Billion. They also just appointed Michael Kruklinski Head of Siemens Real Estate for the Americas. In this role he’ll oversee all operations for Siemens Real Estate in the U.S. He also is on the NEW YORK CITY REGIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATION BOARD. Siemens is a German company that was nearly bankrupt until Hitler generously supplied free slave labor and money for technological development. http://www.usa.siemens.com/answers/en/
The Henry M. ‘Scoop’ Jackson (he sponsored the legislation to create the EPA) Foundation is a major grant funder. Their involvement on an international scale is detailed here:
The Foundation seeks to leverage its influence and effectiveness by convening and participating actively in groups of like-minded funders to discuss topics of mutual interest. Examples of funder partners or networks follow:
International Human Rights Funders Group
The Jackson Foundation is a founding member and former steering committee member of the International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG), an association of grantmakers dedicated to supporting efforts to protect human rights on both national and international scales. Members meet at least twice yearly to discuss issues of common concern in human rights philanthropy and reach out to potential funders to attract greater dollars to the human rights field. IHRFG also seeks to inform public policy on a national level. (text in italics is directly from the Jackson Foundation website–take a look at the funders)
The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth
The Jackson Foundation is a founding member of the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, a coalition that seeks to strengthen and expand philanthropic leadership and grantmaking that improves communities through better development decisions and growth policies. It brings together foundations, nonprofit organizations and other partners to address a range of environmental, social, and economic problems. (Text in italics is from The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth website)
I suggest that you look carefully at the members of the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities to see where the UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development money trail leads. Money and power flow back and forth along these channels. Enterprise Community Development and LISC, for example, are on the list. They are for-profit affordable housing developers who benefit hugely from subsidies in smart growth and redevelopment (urban renewal) zones. Wal-Mart is a partner. The Orton Family Foundation is a partner. You’ll find over 100 foundations and corporations on the list. Take a look. and look at this too, as an example of who funds the Smart Growth conferences.On the issue of devaluation of property through regulatory means, we find it reprehensible that counties and cities recognize that development rights have value when they’re being purchased in conservation easements, but they have no value when they’re being taken away through regulations. You won’t find many General or Comprehensive Plans that don’t embed sustainable communities strategies in their elements. Most states require it by law through their legislation. These policies fund and support UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
More and more non-profit organizations are being created, fragmenting from others, spinning off and creating more non-profits. Funding comes from state and federal grants, from your taxes and fees, private grants, donations (tax write-offs), and from lawsuits. You’ll find the League of Women Voters advocating for Smart Growth. The Lung Association lobbies for Smart Growth. The National Association of Realtors advocates for Smart Growth. The Chamber of Commerce does too. So does the AFL-CIO. Are your dues or professional fees paying for UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development. Are you volunteering for a group supporting UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development?
Here’s a light rail train made by ….Siemens. Trains to nowhere that take decades longer than planned to build. You vote for a 1/2 cent sales tax and then you pay and pay and pay.
Since the program was launched in 2005, America 2050 has published influential research and made policy recommendations on key issues impacting the future growth and competitiveness of the United States. In 2008-2009, America 2050 led a national campaign on Rebuilding and Renewing America, which hosted major conferences in eight of the nation’s megaregions to identify strategic infrastructure priorities for a national infrastructure plan.
Starting in 2009, America 2050 has shaped the national debate on high-speed rail and developed recommendations on how national investments should be focused in corridors with the greatest demand for ridership. America 2050’s research has also highlighted international lessons on high-speed rail for U.S. policy makers.
In 2012, America 2050’s research has focused on accelerating investments in restoring the nation’s infrastructure, including strategies for expediting the environmental review process on major job generating infrastructure projects of national significance.
SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY: SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES PLANNING GRANTS
Charles Winkler, a retired intelligence analyst, shares his research into Agenda 21 and particularly ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives) and its impact on national security. Could foreign powers be using ICLEI as a way to gather intelligence? Considering that ICLEI is a foreign entity, he raises some interesting questions. Charles uses good supporting evidence and years of experience to back it up. This is the full presentation with questions and answers at the end.
THE DECISIVE BATTLE FOR CONTROL OF AMERICAN LOCALITIES HAS BEGUN!
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ICLEI claims ‘Generous Giving. Sustained Growth’
‘ICLEI is able to provide best-in-class service to our members and elevate local climate action and sustainability to remarkable levels only through the generous support of the following private foundations, federal agencies and other entities:
- Boone Family Foundation
- Houston Endowment
- Meadows Foundation
- Oak Hill Fund
- Rauch Foundation
- Seattle Foundation
- The Cadmus Group Incorporated-Arlington
- The Energy Foundation
- The Kaiser Foundation
- The Kendeda Fund
- The Kresge Foundation
- The Overbrook Foundation
- The San Diego Foundation
- The Summit Foundation
- The Surdna Foundation
- The Turner Foundation
- The University of Michigan, School of Public Health (Ann Arbor)
- U.S. Department of State
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- U.S. Green Building Council (this is NOT a government agency)
- Waste Management
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About America 2050
America 2050 is Regional Plan Association’s national infrastructure planning and policy program, providing leadership on a broad range of transportation, sustainability, and economic-development issues impacting America’s growth in the 21st century.
A major focus of America 2050 is the emergence of Megaregions – large networks of metropolitan areas, where “most of the population” growth by mid-century will take place. Examples of megaregions are the Northeast Megaregion, from Boston to Washington, or Southern California, from Los Angeles to Tijuana, Mexico. Megaregions comprise multiple, adjacent metropolitan areas connected by overlapping commuting patterns, business travel, environmental landscapes and watersheds, linked economies, and social networks. America 2050 has identified 11 megaregions in the United States.
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WHO WAS ON THE PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (1993-1999)?
M E M B E R S
Ray C. Anderson, Chairman, President and CEO, Interface, Inc.
Jonathan Lash, President, World Resources Institute
John H. Adams, Executive Director, Natural Resources Defense Council
Aida Alvarez, Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration
Bruce Babbitt, Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior
Scott Bernstein, President, Center for Neighborhood Technology
Carol M. Browner, Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
David T. Buzzelli, Director and Senior Consultant, The Dow Chemical Company
Andrew Cuomo, Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
William Daley, Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce
Dianne Dillon-Ridgley, Executive Director, Women’s Environment and Development Organization
E. Linn Draper, Jr., Chairman, American Electric Power
Randall Franke, Commissioner, Marion County, Oregon
Dan Glickman, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Samuel C. Johnson, Chairman, S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Fred D. Krupp, Executive Director, Environmental Defense Fund
Kenneth L. Lay, Chairman and CEO, Enron Corporation
Harry J. Pearce, Vice Chairman, General Motors Corporation
Steve Percy, Chairman, CEO, BP Amoco Inc.
Michelle Perrault, International Vice President, Sierra Club
Bill Richardson, Secretary U.S. Department of Energy
Richard W. Riley, Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
Susan Savage, Mayor, City of Tulsa, Oklahoma
John C. Sawhill, President, The Nature Conservancy
Rodney Slater, Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation
Theodore Strong, Executive Director, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
D. James Baker, Undersecretary for Oceans and Atmosphere, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
Sherri Goodman, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Environmental Security),U.S. Department of Defense
Richard E. Rominger, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Richard Barth, President, Chairman, and CEO (retired), Ciba-Geigy Corp.
Richard Clarke, Chairman and CEO (retired), Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Jay D. Hair, President, World Conservation Union
George Frampton, Acting Chair, Council on Environmental Quality Martin Spitzer
Regional Smart Growth Organizations (from the EPA website–CLICK HERE FOR MORE)
- 1000 Friends of Florida
- 1000 Friends of Iowa
- 1000 Friends of Maryland
- 1000 Friends of Oregon
- 1000 Friends of Wisconsin
- 10000 Friends of Pennsylvania
- Campaign for Sensible Growth (Chicago area)
- Environment Colorado
- Envision Minnesota
- Futurewise (Seattle, WA)
- The Georgia Conservancy
- Greater Ohio
- Greenbelt Alliance (San Francisco Bay Area)
- Grow Smart Rhode Island
- GrowSmart Maine
- Gulf Coast Institute (Houston, TX)
- Hawaii’s Thousand Friends
- Idaho Smart Growth
- Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance
- Michigan Environmental Council
- Montana Smart Growth Coalition
- New Jersey Future
- North Carolina Smart Growth Alliance
- Pennsylvania Environmental Council
- Piedmont Environmental Council (Virginia)
- Regional Plan Association (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York)
- South Carolina Coastal Conservation League
- Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council (Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin, and Palm Beach Counties, Florida)
- Smart Growth Vermont
EPA is one of the founding partners of the Smart Growth Network. The full list of partners includes:
- American Farmland Trust
- American Institute of Architects, Center for Communities by Design
- American Planning Association
- American Public Health Association
- American Society of Landscape Architects
- Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations
- Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
- Cascade Land Conservancy
- Center for Neighborhood Technology
- Congress for the New Urbanism
- Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance
- Environmental Finance Center Network
- Environmental Law Institute
- Florida Department of Health
- Funders Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities
- Institute of Transportation Engineers
- International City/County Management Association
- Local Government Commission
- Local Initiatives Support Corporation
- NACo Center for Sustainable Communities
- National Association of Conservation Districts
- National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals
- National Association of Realtors
- National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education
- National Multi Housing Council
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- National Trust for Historic Preservation
- Natural Resources Defense Council
- Northeast-Midwest Institute
- Project for Public Spaces
- Rails-To-Trails Conservancy
- Scenic America
- Smart Growth America
- State of Maryland
- Surface Transportation Policy Project’s Transportation Action Network
- Sustainable Community Development Group
- The Conservation Fund
- Trust for Public Land
- Urban Land Institute
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- U.S. Forest Service
- Virginia Tech Metropolitan Institute
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Community over individual rights
The communitarian point of view believes giving up some measure of privacy serves the “common good.” That includes the FBI wire tapping your phone conversations, emails, medical records, computer access, videos you’ve rented, your credit card purchases, and personal information about your companion on your trip to Acapulco.
When government has total control over your privacy then they can better protect you and society by knowing everything there is to know about your personal life.
Communitarianism – Globalization and localization
Communitarianism is a social and political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of “community in the functioning of political life,” in the analysis and evaluation of political institutions, and in understanding human identity and well-being.
There are strong communitarian elements in many modern and historical political and religious belief systems—e.g., in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and the Christian New Testament (Acts 4:32: “Now the whole group of those who believed were of one heart and soul, and “NO ONE CLAIMED PRIVATE OWNERSHIP” any possessions, but everything they owned was held in common”); in the early Islamic concept of shūrā (“consultation”); in Confucianism; in Roman Catholic social thought (the papal encyclical Rerum Novarum ); in moderate conservatism (“To be attached to the subdivision, to love the little platoon we belong to in society, is the first principle…of public affections”—Edmund Burke); and in social democracy, especially Fabianism.
UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is implemented worldwide to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, and all human beings in the world. INVENTORY AND CONTROL.
It gets even worse!
Common Core is the ‘new’ inventory and control system adopted by nearly every state in the US to fully implement Skinnerian Training. This system creates people who will go along to get along, who will be ‘good obedient citizens’. RESIST! TELL YOUR SCHOOL BOARD THAT YOU WANT OUT OF COMMON CORE. This is a top down federal/global system for pseudo-education and is a tremendous threat to our independence as individuals and as a nation.
Kids have no voice. Everyone pretends to care, but it is never true, and it’s the children who are being blamed for all the failings in the education system. People do not learn when they are in such an autocracy environment. Public schools are an under the government control with unrestricted authority, even over the parent, so you’re basically handing over the care and well-being of your child to that authority.
The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 (Uniform Act) Also falls under Presidential Executive Orders
In a changing America, government programs designed to “benefit the public” as a whole often result in acquisition of private property, and sometimes in the displacement of people from their homes, businesses or farms.
Did you know that America’s founding fathers for Regina were considering the Decoration Independence to read we hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal and that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among these are life liberty and “property” that’s right the founding fathers were so concerned about recognizing and protecting the rights on “private property” that they consider using it in a very document the founded our nation.
Private property rights in California are being subjected to Agenda 21, a United Nation’s declaration on the collective society’s right to control private property.