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21 Truths About Agenda 21 & Sustainable Development

This is a good posting by Darin Moser from American Alert – Exposing the truth behind Agenda 21, Globalism, and Sustainable Development

1) From the largest metropolitan  cities to the smallest towns of Main Street America, communities all across our  nation are being influenced with a new political philosophy known as  Sustainable Development and its primary framework for implementation called Agenda  21.
2) Agenda 21 is the global blueprint of implementation for Sustainable Development  devised by the United Nations and was signed by 178 world leaders at the Earth  Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992.

3) Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 call for a complete  re-orientation of the world system of governance in every area in which human  impacts on the environment.

4) Sustainable Development, like Communism or Fascism, is a  doctrine or philosophy of governance complete with its own agenda, beliefs, and  goals.
5)  On June 29th, 1993 President  Clinton signed Executive Order 12852 creating The President’s Council on Sustainable Development.  This step began the full-scale implementation of  Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development within the United States of America.

6) Sustainable Development is entrenched  throughout our government at every level from federal, state and regional  agencies to county, city and community councils and planning boards.

7) Sustainable Development or “Sustainability”  is often promoted with the environmental message of “going green”, or “being a  good steward” but in reality there is actually a much, much deeper political  philosophy of control and governance at work.

8) Sustainable Development is a  political philosophy that is built upon three pillars.   These three pillars are known as the “3E’s”, or “the triple bottom line”.  The three pillars of sustainable development  are Ecological Integrity, Economic Prosperity and Social Equity.

9) Sustainable Development demands that  the perfect balance of the triple bottom line” be the deciding lens through which all community development,  growth, and decisions are viewed. All growth which fails to achieve this  perfect balance is considered unsustainable.

10) Communities are being drawn down  the path of Sustainable Development by the lure of numerous monetary grants and  incentives from state and federal government agencies as well as non-governmental  organizations.
11) Sustainable  Development views traditional capitalism and the American way of life as a failing  and inequitable system that must be replaced with a new governance system in  order to achieve sustainability and a just world.

12) An  overwhelming number of businesses and corporations have began shifting to a Sustainable  Development operational model and in so doing have rejected the traditional  “bottom line” of American Capitalism replacing it with the “triple bottom line”  of United Nations Sustainable Development.
13) Almost  every College and University in the nation has become indoctrinated with the  philosophy of Sustainable Development. From campus infrastructure and  administration to student life and the curriculum America’s Colleges and Universities  are awash in this radical, collectivist philosophy.
14) The philosophy  of Sustainable Development calls for a complete change in the lifestyle of the  average American citizen. Numerous aspects of normal American life are subject  to intense scrutiny under this radical new philosophy. Where and how we build  our homes, what products we use, which foods we eat, what and how much we  consume, and which methods of transportation we choose, are just a few examples  of American life that United Nations Sustainable Development seeks to bring  under its controlling grasp.
15) Sustainable  Development and Agenda 21 promote a paradigm shift in attitudes away from the  norm of national borders and individual nation-states toward a globalist,  collective, one-world, interdependent, and interconnected planetary mindset.
16)  Sustainable Development philosophy teaches that mankind is living beyond the  “carrying capacity” of the Earth and that we are in the midst of multiple  crises that are converging to create conditions that are not livable unless  they are halted by a rapid global transition to a sustainable development  system. Some of these perceived crises include overpopulation, global poverty  and wealth inequality, manmade global climate change, and rampant environmental  destruction.
17) Across  our nation numerous communities of all sizes are putting into place the radical  policies of Sustainable Development and United Nations Agenda 21.  From new comprehensive land use plans, to  smart growth, and sustainable community planning, the ideas and infrastructure  of Sustainable Development are being implemented and added to daily.
18) The  policies of sustainable development and Agenda 21 seek to change the way people  live and build their cities and towns. Sustainable Development promotes high  density, urban, pedestrian oriented, low carbon, walkable communities and  discourages traditional American automobile usage, suburban lifestyles and  development.
19) The Sustainable  Development philosophy perceives the automobile and the ongoing use of fossil  fuels as unsustainable.
20) In  addition to the high level efforts within the United Nations and other similar  globalist organizations, much of the work in promotion of Agenda 21 and  Sustainable Development is being carried out by a massive network of Non  Governmental Organizations (NGOs). These organizations have been fully consumed  by this radical collectivist philosophy and are working overwhelmingly to  advance the Sustainable Development Agenda.
21)  Sustainable Development and the implementation of Agenda 21 are not some far off  future possibility.  In fact, America and the  world are in the midst of what the sustainable development movement calls “the  great transition” to a sustainable new model of living.


“If we are to stop the transition toward  this impossible utopian world we must first awaken and face the reality and  seriousness of the situation our nation and the world are in so that we may  rise to the occasion, raise the banner of faith and freedom high and stand  firmly against the onrushing darkness at hand.”  -Darin Moser



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Your Church and Envrionmental Justice?

And what exactly is Environmental Justice, please do tell us? Wikipedia definition

The United States Environmental Protection Agency defines EJ as follows:

“Environmental Justice is the fair treatment and meaningful  involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or  income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement  of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. EPA has this goal for  all communities and persons across this Nation. It will be achieved  when everyone enjoys the same degree of protection from environmental  and health hazards and equal access to the decision-making process to  have a healthy environment in which to live, learn, and work.”[5]

The United States Department of Transportation defines three fundamental EJ principles for the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration as follows:

“1) To avoid, minimize, or mitigate disproportionately high and  adverse human health and environmental effects, including social and  economic effects, on minority populations and low-income populations. 2)  To ensure the full and fair participation by all potentially affected  communities in the transportation decision-making process. 3) To prevent  the denial of, reduction in, or significant delay in the receipt of  benefits by minority and low-income populations.”[6]

Suddenly we have government agencies redefining the guarantees already given in our Constitution.  The EPA and DOT have weighed in with their versions.  A funny thing though, our Constitution already gives citizens of the U.S. equal protection, so why are these agencies defining something called Environmental Justice?  Why don’t we have “Clothing Justice?”  Well then, why don’t we have “Food Justice?” Oh, wait, they are working on those, too.  But I digress.
So as I was researching some other unrelated topic the other day, up popped a site called National Religious Partnerships for the Environment  Seems Environmental Justice is now something our religious organizations have joined.  Hmmm…that’s funny, because Environmentalism is already a religion.
As I looked further into this phenom, I found out that this has been inching its way into American religious life for some years now.  Interestingly enough, the founding of this organization coincides with the UN doctrine of Agenda 21.  It appears to have cropped up just the same year that Bill Clinton established the “President’s Council on Sustainable Development.  Isn’t that a coincidence?  Seems churches have figured out a way to glom onto the most trendy fashion of the day which requires Sustainability according to the UN’s Agenda 21, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, the Obama administration, the Sierra Club, Smart Growth, the American Planning Association, the EPA, DOT, HUD, multiple government agencies, and countless other non-profit and for-profit groups, ad infinitum.
So what’s my problem, you might ask.  Two problems, actually.
The first is the confluence of the church with political exploitation.  I was raised a Methodist and have also been a member of the Presbyterian Church at one time.  During my Christian education I was not taught to trash the earth, but in the contrary, to respect the God’s creations and do my best to take care of them.  I was also taught these lessons from my parents.  In all of my life it never occurs to me to do anything but respect nature.  If I kill a copperhead, I am doing it with all due respect to the damage it can do to me and my family.  If I shelter an injured bird or usher a box turtle across the road, I do it because I respect nature and appreciate what is good.  If I pull a weed I am trying to protect the useful plants that weed would choke to death.
The churches I attended were concerned about getting across the word of God, not the word of the UN or the Sierra Club.  Now, apparently, the word of God is not enough.  The churches have decided they will use the environmentalists to interpret the word of God into a political message.  And vice versa.  Environmentalists are using the churches to advocate a political theology.  And this political theology is not the word of God, but a modern usurpation of the word of God to suit a political agenda.
The second is the idea of turning religion into a control mechanism for our government.  Which may seem a conundrum because I do believe our laws are based on Mosaic law and that is fine with me.  And further, I am completely against putting Sharia law into our society.  So how do I resolve that?  Here’s how:  free will.  There is nothing about Sustainable Development that allows for free will.  There is nothing about environmental justice that actually works under the word of God which gives us free will. Why?  Because environmental justice is about theft and about control.  It is, as B. Obama says, “spreading the wealth around,” albeit by government fiat. It is about Marxism under the trendy name of environmental justice.  This is, as I understand the word of God, the antithesis of free will and individual salvation.
I would also add that the word “justice” heretofore in America referred to our actual legal system.  Now the word is abominated to mean that churches are involved in acting out “justice,” along with the EPA, DOT, HUD, and all the above mentioned depts. and orgs.  So everyone involved is thinking they are implementing “justice?”  Doesn’t that just massage the egos of people who wish to control other people.  (rhetorical statement, not a question.) Excuse me?  (Suddenly I am reminded of an old Laugh In routine by Sammy Davis Jr.  called, “Here come da judge!”)  Ooh, aren’t we all so sanctimonious these days?
HERE you will find a list of churches under the heading of ECO Justice Partners  Maybe you’ll find your church affiliation there.  If so, what does that say about the church you attend?  Is environmental justice your reason for going to that church?  Is Sustainable Development your idea of the word of God?  I wonder if you might ask yourself just where is your tithe going and did you mean for your church to be a tool of the UN, the Federal government, or what?  I’ll bet lots of you are the ones who yell and holler about the separation of church and state.
Great Article at Conservatives On Fire explaining Agenda 21 and Sustainability!!!  Be sure to watch the video….you will understand the threat!

Guest writer: Cheryl Pass

Visit Cheryl’s blog at My Tea Party Chronicle – many great articles to read!


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Sustainable? Not So Much

Please read: Sustinable Trouble; The Attempt to Transfer the Vision of America by Michael Shaw

Click here to go to article: Sustainable Trouble; The Attempt to Transform the Vision of America

The above article is one of the most comprehensive descriptions of what the UN Agenda 21 and Global Government is doing to undermine the principles of liberty and to take down America.  Right now there are so many operatives of this agenda in our government that I am not at all sure what it will take to rid ourselves of them.  Nothing that is happening is a coincidence.  Crises are being orchestrated and manipulated to hand over more power to the Social engineers of Globalism.  (Climate Change?  Look for Smart Meters at your house soon.)

Local politicians in America are being sucked into the “Smart Growth” policies of the UN.  Looking for handouts of Federal money has become the mantra of mayors and city councils.  Those handouts come with strings attached.  It’s called “control.”  Our local politicians are throwing away our rights and our autonomy, granted to us by God and in the U.S. Constitution.  They are doing it to get money for stupid things.  A NASCAR Museum.  A Teapot Museum.  A Whitewater Park.   Greenways.  Parks.  Facades on Main Streets for failing businesses.  Meanwhile crying about not enough money for roads, bridges, schools, etc.  Let them eat cake?  Roman circuses?

The riots in Greece are a harbinger of what is coming to America.  Immigrants with no allegiance to our country looking for handouts and free everything….happened in Greece.  Unfunded social programs that are bankrupting the country…happened in Greece.  Labor Unions demanding Social Justice….happened in Greece.  Devaluation of the currency….coming soon here, happened in Greece.  (i.e. the Euro)  Cap and Trade and the VAT tax….happened in Greece.

What is so undeniably insane is that this socialist model has been proven to fail every time it has been tried.  Tyrants don’t care about history or truth.  All they care about is control of the masses to enrich themselves.  It is a recipe for disaster.   People’s lives are already  ruined by Agenda 21, and the EPA’s implementation of  “biodiversity” projects therein.  Note the San Joaquin Valley in California where farms have been shut down and farmers are out of work, packers and truckers are out of work.  That is just one example of many.  The Kelo decision which annihilates private property rights is another example.

Americans who are duped into thinking they are voting out corporate and government corruption and voting in socialist “feel good” projects to help the poor, are not educating themselves to see the lies behind the politicians’ rhetorical nonsense.  It is Americans who are committing national suicide by stupidity.  Convinced by charlatans of some misplaced undeserved guilt for the plight of poorer nations, Americans with large hearts are not using their heads, and getting sucked down the tubes.  And that is what alarms me the most.  That is the train coming smack at us that I can’t seem to stop.  Organizations that started out as charity, such as Hospice, and Habitat for Humanity, are now co-opted by government grants with strings attached.  NGO’s, Non-profits, and all things that used to be voluntary are being twisted into government obligations.  Public schools that used to be operated by states and local communities are now seeped in  Federal indoctrination and union led teachers.  Youth are being indoctrinated to take up the Obama socialist vision for America.  And all of this is being driven by a globalist view for world wide tyranny run by the likes of Al Gore, Maurice Strong, George Soros, all of the usual suspects.

America….helloooooo…..wake up out there.

Guest writer: Cheryl Pass

Visit Cheryl’s blog at My Tea Party Chronicle

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