As a years long person (mostly lurking) on ATS, I have been surprised that there hasn't been much discussion about Agenda 21- "Sustainable 'Smart
Growth' and Development". I searched ATS and found a few short threads that said very little. It is a 300 page, 40 chapter policy document adopted
in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 adopted by the delegates to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.
The more one researches and reads about this Agenda, the more one can see that it isn't about the "environment", though that is its premise. Many
of the poor souls in the eco-movement are truly good people that want to make a difference, however they are mere pawns, being used through their own
good intentions. The eco-issues are veils being used by a much higher group of people who want to completely alter society and the very way of life
the human race leads by their socialist ideas of cultural engineering and population control.
You may read in your local paper about Vision Millenium, WorkGroups, Total Quality Management, and Partnerships between Churches, welfare and social
service agencies... etc. These are flags that, behind the scenes, the plan is moving forward. The need for us all to recognize animals as having
"equal" or superior rights as/to people, the need for us all to relinquish our owned property to "conservation efforts", the frustration of years
of zoning approvals to build even a shed on one's own property, the need for distribution of birth control to middle school students...
Many goals and strategies are outlined in Sustainable America, the report from our former President Clinton's President's Council on Sustainable
Development (PCSD). Former President Clinton's PCSD is merely one of about 150 similar councils established worldwide governments, following the
guidelines from United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development.
Keep in mind that those who define the policy terms will write the rules. These great "sages" will show the "science" to educate the "ignorant
However, nowhere is the usurption of our Rights more evident than in its policies regarding governing private property rights and the use of land and
(b) All countries should establish as a matter of urgency a national policy on human settlements
, embodying the distribution of
population...over the national territory.
(c)(v) Such a policy should be devised to facilitate population redistribution to accord with the availability of resources.
(a) Public ownership or effective control of land in the public interest
is the single most important means of...achieving a more equitable
distribution of the benefits of development whilst assuring that environmental impacts are considered.
(b) Land is a scarce resource whose management should be subject to public surveillance or control in the interest of the nation.
(d) Governments must maintain full jurisdiction and exercise complete sovereignty over such land
with a view to freely planning development of
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“The hope that fired up the election of Barack Obama has flickered out, leaving a national mood of despair and disappointment. Americans are
dispirited over how wrong things are and uncertain they can be made right again. Hope may have been a quick breakfast, but it has proved a poor
supper.”—Mortimer Zuckerman, Editor-in-Chief, US News & World Report, July 2, 2010