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Originally posted by timetothink
reply to post by DaRAGE
It is about everything all land, waterways, everything that produces carbon, all food production you name it being under the control of the UN.
No more independent nations with their own laws or property rights etc.
If that is OK with you then I guess there is nothing more for you to gain from this thread.
Originally posted by TheMindWar
Agenda 21 is really bad.
Notice however, Agenda 21 does nothing to stop corporations from polluting the planet, it only attacks the less well off in society.
His research shows that the death toll from democide is far greater than the death toll from war. After studying over 8,000 reports of government-caused deaths, Rummel estimates that there have been 262 million victims of democide in the last century. According to his figures, six times as many people have died from the inflictions of people working for governments than have died in battle.
1. Agenda 21 was implemented decades ago, presumably in the 1970's.
Originally posted by MRuss
reply to post by Ex_MislTech
I learned more in your post than I have in months elsewhere. Thank you for adding to this discussion.
In your opinion, what is a likely timeline?
Does your background help to form your opinion?
Originally posted by yorkshirelad
so let me get this straight there is a NON BINDING plan, called Agenda 21, drawn up by the united nations to try and tackle some of the environmental issues WE ALL KNOW we have. There is an obsessive conspiracist called Rense who makes up all sorts of nonsense on his website to back up his claim that this Agenda 21 is a mass global conspiracy.
We can dismiss this for what it is or follow Renses' lead down the path of ignorance........
Agenda 21 in the United States The United States is a signatory country to Agenda 21 but since Agenda 21 is not a treaty, it's not possible for it to be formally debated/voted on by the Senate nor introduced/ratified by the executive branch. However, several congressmen and senators have spoken on the the floor of Congress directly in support of Agenda 21, like Representative Nancy Pelosi, Senator John Kerry, and Senator Harry Reid.Within the executive branch of the US government, President H.W. Bush, President Clinton, and President Obama have all signed executive orders that broadly support the tenets of Agenda 21 but do not make reference to Agenda 21 by name. Locally across the United States, over 528 cities are members of ICLEI, an international sustainability organization that broadly helps implement the Agenda 21 and Local Agenda 21 concepts across the world. The United States boasts nearly half of the ICLEI's global membership of 1,200 cities promoting sustainable development at a local level. As a first world nation, the United States features one of the most comprehensively documented Agenda 21 status reports of any global nation.