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Because of the magnitutde and depth of this UN program, many people can't believe Agenda 21 is true. Or they have their beliefs so firmly rooted in environmental propaganda, that they dismiss the destructive policies of Agenda 21. Or they believe it's just a "conspiracy theory".
Agenda 21 is not a "conspiracy theory", it is an Action Plan. Sustainable Development is beyond theory and is in the process of implementation in your community right now. The UN Convention on Biodiversity Treaty is proof of the UN backed action plan: it was a piece of legislation designed as a blank check to abolish private property. It was struck down in the Senate in 1994.
This was accomplished by many people opposing the treaty, educating their Senators and taking action.
When an individual has intention and determination, much can be accomplished. When individuals join with other like minded people, that power multiplies exponentially. What is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)? NGOs are tools used by globalists; they appear to be of an altruistic, philanthropic nature, representive of the common people, but the truth is revealed in these disturbing passages taken from Wikipedia. This information is hidden in plain sight:
International NGO's date back to at least 1839; the phrase "non-governmental organizations" came into popular use with the establishment of the UN in 1945, with a consultant status. The UN defines it as "any international organization that is not founded by an international treaty".
The vital role of NGOs and other "major groups" in sustainable development was recognized in Chapter 27 of Agenda 21, leading to intense arrangements for a consultative relationship between the United Nations and non-governmental organizations.
Rapid development of the non-governmental sector occurred in western countries as a result of the processes of restructurization of the welfare state. Further globalization of that process occurred after the fall of the communist system and was an important part of the Washington consensus.
Globalization during the 20th century gave rise to the importance of NGOs. Many problems could not be solved within a nation. International treaties and international organizations such as the World Trade Organization were perceived as being too centered on the interests of capitalist enterprises.
Some have argued that in forums like these, NGOs take the place of what should belong to popular movements of the poor. Others argue that NGOs are often imperialist in nature, that they sometimes operate in a racialized manner in dominant countries, and that they fulfill a similar function to that of the clergy during the high colonial era. The philosopher Peter Hallward argues that they are an aristocratic form of politics. Whatever the case, NGO transnational networking is now extensive.
USAID refers to NGOs as private voluntary organisations. However many scholars have argued that this definition is highly problematic as many NGOs are in fact state and corporate funded and managed projects with professional staff.
The International Leftists are working to take away your rights, and your freedoms, as individuals through a policy known as Agenda 21. The politicians at the federal level, state level, and local level have just about all bought into this devious international plot to destroy American sovereignty.
California’s Senate Bill 1 is what the founding fathers fought against. Straight from the U.N. Agenda 21’s playbook, SB1 will give power to a county to form a “Sustainable Communities Investment Authority” (SCIA). These Authorities have the power of eminent domain and can confiscate private property to build “sustainable communities.” The bill essentially paves the way for the loss of any true private property in California, resulting in the loss of freedom and driving down home values. If the Senate passes the modified bill, only Governor Jerry Brown (D - CA) will stand in its way of becoming law.
This means that city and county governments can create unelected bureaucracies with the power to do what’s necessary to create “sustainable communities.” It also means that the definition of “blight” will change from the original definition of abandoned and decaying buildings on residential lots to a much wider definition including anything the bureaucracies need to create sustainable communities.’
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