“Agenda 21” threat to the world ……………..at least the U.S.A. get’s it!

Posted: September 21, 2012 in Uncategorized

Here in Canada people’s eyes “glaze over” when these two words are mentioned……….not so in the U.S.!

U.N.-Backed Agenda 21 Angers Many in Texas

Conservative activists around Texas are citing a 1992 U.N. resolution called Agenda 21 in protesting various local development initiatives. Agenda 21 is a non-binding resolution that promotes sustainable development.

Conservative activists around Texas are citing a 1992 U.N. resolution called Agenda 21 in protesting various local development initiatives. Agenda 21 is a non-binding resolution that promotes sustainable development.  photo illustration by: Todd Wiseman

Conservative activists around Texas are citing a 1992 U.N. resolution called Agenda 21 in protesting various local development initiatives. Agenda 21 is a non-binding resolution that promotes sustainable development.

A Lubbock County judge’s comments last week that President Obama might cede U.S. sovereignty to the United Nations and spark a civil war have been widely ridiculed. But concerns about U.N. overreach are gaining ground, with the attacks mostly focused on a 20-year-old nonbinding U.N. resolution called Agenda 21.

Texas critics of the resolution have seen their fears echoed by activists at city council meetings around the state and adopted by some of the state’s Republican leaders.

Agenda 21 was signed by more than 170 countries, including the U.S., in 1992 and aims to encourage governments to promote environmentally friendly development such as preserving open spaces and discouraging urban sprawl. A variety of organizations around the world promote similar principles.

Such issues have become of particular concern in fast-growing Texas. Many regions are struggling to integrate a steady stream of new residents while avoiding gridlocked roads and retaining communities’ character.

Critics of Agenda 21 view it as a sinister effort by an international organization to tell communities what to do and a blatant infringement on private property rights.

Dean Almy, director of the graduate program in urban design at the University of Texas at Austin, has taught classes on Agenda 21, and described the resolution’s 1992 adoption as an important moment in the history of urban design.

“It has to do with the way our cities are managed,” Almy said. “They’re basically saying things like, ‘It’s good to build more compactly. It’s more sustainable. It’s better ecologically. You use less cars, burn less fossil fuels.'”

Ted Cruz, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate who will speak at the Republican National Convention this week in Tampa, has a page on his campaign website devoted to Agenda 21, describing the measure as an effort to abolish “golf courses, grazing pastures and paved roads.”

“It’s ostensibly to promote sustainable development and it manifests at the local level in all sorts of initiatives that seek to undermine property rights and undermine our economic liberty,” Cruz said on Glenn Beck’s radio show in January. He added later in the program, “More broadly, it’s about putting the tentacles of the United Nations into the very foundations of our government throughout this nation.”

The Republican National Committee adopted a resolution in January against Agenda 21 as “a comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering, and global political control.” The Texas Republican Party followed suit at its state convention in June, adding opposition to Agenda 21 to the party’s platform.

Almy said Agenda 21 has traditionally had greater sway in other countries, where some cities will explicitly cite the resolution in their development plans. Yet over the past year, he’s noticed it cited frequently by conservative activists and groups in Texas and other states amid protests on sustainability projects.

“It’s changing the status quo of how we operate as a country that is developing, and so it’s threatening to some people,” Almy said. “Urban design by its nature is about the collective good, and it isn’t necessarily about the freedom of any one person to do whatever the hell they want.”


Eco-Fascists Push Agenda 21 Mega-Cities to Replace Growing Cities and Rural Areas

By Susanne Posel theintelhub.com September 21, 2012

The globalist march toward Agenda 21 includes the demonization of population growth and our current urban cities. As if there were a correlation between social upheaval and the explosion of urbanization, the propaganda abounds creating villains out of those who fight against eminent domain, the right to live in sprawling rural areas and retain their farm lands.

The UN Population Fund (UNPF) calls for a global population reduction by use of family planning which is code for population stabilization to decrease fertility rates.

A new study published claims that as urbanization continues, there will be a decline of biodiversity and the man-made impact on global warming will increase.

Globalist-supported scientists are suggesting that humanity would be better off living in densely populated centers. “We certainly don’t want them strolling about the entire countryside. We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together].”

Urban areas are expected to expand by 1.2 million square miles by 2030.

American cities in Virginia, Ohio, Florida, and many others are beginning to invest in controlled environments , i.e. megacities, where private cars will be banned, transit centers link high speed light rail systems, and controls over food distribution, energy use and water allocation is overseen by governmental agencies.

Other efforts by supporters of Agenda 21 are transforming our towns into eco-communities that adhere to UN mandates against production of CO2 to the determinant of freedom and innovation.

Karen Seto, lead author and professor of urban environment at the globalist-controlled Yale University, decries against urbanization and the migration of people as the eco-systems of the earth are devastated. Seto believes that unless this human population and urbanization is stopped, by 2030, there will be an increase of 3 to 5% of global land used to house humans. And this is unacceptable because of the “huge impact on biodiversity hotspots and on carbon emissions in those urban areas.”

Back in July, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the construction of 275 to 300 ft micro-apartments in Kips Bay in a beta-test to coerce New Yorkers into living in tight-knit, purposefully dense areas to alter the psychological landscape toward conversation globalist style.

One of the nations on the global Elite’s destruction list is in Asia. China will dominate the need for urbanization as their population advances.

Evidence of eco-devastation emerges with the lack of city planning and makeshift metropolitan centers which lack proper sewage routes, waste management and water services.

Humans are now being compared to invasive species that commandeer territory, disburse indigenous wildlife and destroy the planet in the process.

The move out of rural areas and densification of urbanized centers is being pushed in the American mainstream media as the answer to the devastating effects of humans on the environment. The elimination of suburban areas as compact cities become inundated with more people, there is a need to reinvent these centers to accommodate these swelling numbers.

In America there is a boom involving the building of light rail systems  funded by the US government which will become the mode of transportation once the mega-cities are created.

America 2050 envisions high speed railways built along the east and west coasts of America.

These railways will link the megaregions and megacities which create Cascadia ;an amalgamation of Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, British Columbia with a high speed rail will ensure the protection of designated habitats for animals.

In 2010, experts were asserting the greater importance of urban populations against those in rural areas as it has been the plan of the global Elite to reduce rural resources including people and communities in lieu of promoting clean water, food, forest areas.

Keeping rural areas impoverished and forcing people to move into urban centers has created a need for sustainable urbanization, say the eco-fascists.

Yale researchers assert that in America “78 percent of the population already lives in urban or suburban areas, urban land cover is expected to double by 2030” and with infrastructure investments, current urbanization rates are unsustainable.


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