Category Archives: Lesson One

Episcopal Diocese of Ohio purchases Hostile Valley Park

In Northeastern Ohio the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio has bought a camp, whose teaching will be centered around sustainability and the education and practice of social justice. This should trigger a series of questions. Should any church be advancing Agenda 21, and in so doing advancing the political goals of the Left? How soon before the government and the Church runs out of “other peoples’ money” to redistribute, and what happens then? Finally, at what point does the government and, in this case, the Catholic Church, become one and the same? To learn more, please click on this link.

Planning: The Problem, the Vision, the Decision

This is article provides a really nice overview of Agenda 21. Without getting in the weeds the article hits the high points of Agenda 21 without even using the term “Agenda 21”. It instead uses the term the left consistently uses; sustainable development. This allows you to use this article in situations where the term Agenda 21 is either a turn-off or will simple open too many cans of worms. To learn more, click on this link.

Agenda 21 Endorsed on the House Floor, October 1992

This 8 minute video was filmed after the 1992 Earth Conference held in Rio de Janeiro where the Agenda for the 21st Century treaty was signed by President George H. W. Bush. The video will show several member of the House of Representative, including Nancy Pelosi, endorsing a resolution to promote Agenda 21 though out the United States. You will hear “from the horse’s mouth” phrases like, this resolution “outlines comprehensive strategies for sustainable development in accordance with the principles of Agenda 21.” To hear more, click on this link

Key Events to the Implementation of Agenda 21/Sustainable Development

1974: U.N. adopted a declaration “New International Economic Order” that declared that government should control the economy.

1976: U.N. Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat I) stated that land cannot be controlled by the individual. Land represents wealth and it is a social injustice for it to be owned by the individual. Continue reading

Team Obama Steps Up Racial Standards for Neighborhoods

From Lesson One at this site you should have learned that the 3 E’s of sustainable development are the drivers being used to transform America. Further you should have learned that social equity/justice is our government’s attempt to punish the wealthy/successful in society and “make whole” the poor/unsuccessful in society (aka redistribution of wealth) to make up for the past injustices the poor have had to endure at the hands of a cruel society. All that said, there is nothing better to get cheap or free than housing. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (in league with the Department of Transportation and the EPA) are busy making that dream come true for the poor in America. HUD is actively locating “too white” neighborhoods and trying to force minorities into these neighborhoods and their schools. Please click on this link to read more about how social justice is about to make a visit in your neighborhood. link

The Ethical Dimension of Sustainability

This article is written to persuade you of the importance of  supporting the 3 E’s. It is good to know their arguments. It is equally important to put on your thinking cap. According to this article, if sustainability is to occur, then  social justice must be implemented, requiring the affluent individuals and countries to become less affluent by giving their wealth to the poorer individuals and the poorer countries. In other words, every country in the world must embrace socialism. Socialism has never worked. That the folks that are pushing this think that this time they can make it work, is very scarey indeed. Further, when you are done with all the lessons in this course you will learn that the Agenda 21 scam is not about “helping your neighbors here and abroad,” so much as total control and likely misery: link