Agenda 21, is a United Nations program designed to create a world based on sustainability. According to the Agenda 21 website, it was passed by 178 countries at a UN conference in Rio in June of 1992.
The Agenda 21 Website is here.
Agenda 21 may sound benign at first, but a little digging sheds a lot of light on this altogether frightening plan. It is a 40 chapter guide to implementing voluntary environmental laws and regulations for a worldwide system of compliance.
Many communities in the United States are participating right now. The International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives, or ICLEI. I found out my hometown spends money on this, does yours?
For those in Johnson County Kansas here’s a video link from NOlathe’s Blog: http://nolathe.net/2012/02/24/county-to-fund-iclei-research-and-development-project/
and the government site:
Using the auspices of environmentalism, the ulterior motive of Agenda 21 may very well be the abrogation of personal property rights and the globalized redistribution of wealth and even (as crazy as it sounds) population redistribution into giant “intelligent” cities.
Now, I’m not wearing my tin foil hat at the moment, and I don’t see Agenda 21 in the shadows of every coincidental happenstance, but the facts are alarming. The United Nations has been crafting legislature on Agenda 21 for over 20 years, and it is here to be reckoned with because it will not go away on its own.