Another U.S. State to “outlaw Agenda 21” …. when will Ontarians wake up?

Posted: January 31, 2013 in Uncategorized

Olivia Chow in Ottawa today is rambling on about the state of our Transportation situation in Toronto and across the country and how a 20 year plan should be forced onto Provinces by the Federal Government to relieve the grid lock such as there is in Toronto.

This is just one more item that Agenda 21 from the United Nations wants to implement around the world to “control people’s movements and freedoms”.

In her and her counterparts perverted view of the world big cities would be car-free, with “human stations” alongside rail lines to deliver people from work to home and vive versa without ever getting inside their cars.

High rise pods that would accommodate lower income people would allow everyone in the Province to live in an urban environment and be “taken care of” by the State from “Birth to Grave”!

This is the real agenda behind all the warm and fuzzy BS rhetoric that these treasonous “sales people for totalitarianism” are preaching!

Some U.S. States have moved beyond just exposing these traitors but are actually OUTLAWING any further involvement in this cancerous Agenda 21 discussion!

When will Ontario and Canada follow suit?

Bills opposing Agenda 21 being presented in Oklahoma legislative session

January 31/2013

When the new legislative session opens in Oklahoma City next week, two bills opposing Agenda 21 will be presented in the state senate.

SB23 by State Senator Patrick Anderson and SB53 by State Senator Dahm will make it illegal for state and local governments to accept or give money to any organization that is defined in the United Nations’ Agenda 21.

Agenda 21 is a policy presented by the UN to promote “sustainable development” throughout the world. A UN report written in 1987 defines sustainable development as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

” The goal of this policy is to evaluate each individual person’s impact on the environment and integrate the individual into collective decision making at every level of society.



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