Ever since 1992 when the United Nations held its Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janerio, commonly referred to as the Rio Earth Summit, Sustainable Development has become a household buzzword in local, state, national and international communities. 178 nations attended this conference and President Herbert Walker Bush was the signatory for the United States.
On the surface, Sustainable Development sounds innocuous enough and seems to be inherently positive. It was defined in 1987 at the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development as “Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
The U.S. Senate almost ratified Agenda 21 but at the very last moment they were made aware of the true meaning of Agenda 21 and they refused to ratify. Unfortunately, in 1993, President Bill Clinton circumvented the U.S. Senate and signed Executive Order 12852 and formed the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD) and “…charged it with implementing the provisions of the un-ratified Convention and Agenda 21.” (The Wizardry of Fishery Management).
Let me quote you a couple of statements from the booklet “Understanding Sustainable Development – Agenda 21 –
“At times, the political agenda embodied in Sustainable Development is implemented under other names for purposes of political expediency. J. Gary Lawrence, a planner for the city of Seattle, and advisor to the President’s Council on Sustainable Developmnent, said in 1998, that, “Participating in a U.N. advocated planning process would very likely bring out many … who would actively work to defeat any elected official … undertaking Local Agenda 21. So we will call our process something else, such as, “Comprehensive planning,” “growth management,” or “smart growth.”
The American system of government is directly tied to the institution of private property.
“Private property and freedom are inseperable.” George Washington
“Property must be secured, or liberty cannot exist.” John Adams
The Two Opposing Philosophies:
The U.S. Declaration of Independence:
Purpose of Government:
To protect the natural or unalienable rights of each individual. “That all men are created equal, thaqt they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights…”
You’re born with rights, government exist to protec them. You and the product of your labor belong to you.
The U.N. Declaration of Human Rights:
Purpose of Government:
Control the individual for the greater good of a global community. “Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.”
Government grants, restricts or withdraws your rights according to its needs. You and the product of your labor belong to the community.
In closing, let me say that this entire subject of Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 has as it’s end goals the systematic reduction of the global population growth. It is in accord with “The New World Order that President George H.W. Bush declared and it is ultimately a move toward global governance and the destruction of the sovereignty of America as well as all other nations.
Dr. Michael Coffman, one of the most respected and qualified environmental scientist on earth and author of “Saviors of the Earth?” concluded after reading the 1,000-plus page U.N. Global Biodiversity Assessment and Agenda 21 that it was the most anti-human document he had ever seen. One of the features imbedded in the document are plans to implement “The Wildlands Project.” The goal of The Wildlands Project is the removal of the rural populations and returning “at least 50 percent” of the land mass of the continental United States to “wilderness” with “little or no human use.”
Florida is one of the states that is currently very much under the control of the Agenda 21 planners and “over time 90 percent of state lands will be under ownership of the government and managed according to U.N. Agenda 21and Wildlands Project dictates.”
“In Dr. Coffman’s analysis of The Wildlands Project he states that to carry out the objectives of this plan “means…forcing people to move to permitted human occupation zones and possibly shutting down half of the agriculture, forest products and mining industries.” “Indeed, the United Nations Program of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development produced a manual, The Forced Relocation of Rural Populations,” which included the statement “when rural resident inhabitants are denied access to the natural resources essential to their livelihoods, they will be forced by economics to relocate.”
In conclusion, let me just say that Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 are the most diabolical plans in the works for Amnerica. As I said, it goes to the very destruction of our sovereignty and our individual freedoms. What I cannot understand is why am I the only candidate in the race for the United States Senate that is even talking about it much less taking a stand on it. I challenge every U.S. Senate candidate to issue a position paper on this very critical issue.
Please read the above mentioned document “The Wizardry of Fishery Management”.
For the booklet “Understanding Sustainable Development – Agenda 21 – you can go to www.freedomadvocates.org and order the booklets on line.
Thank you and please stay informed and engaged. America is depending on you!