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LESSON 3: Wildlands Project

Country BarnThis is the third lesson in a series of ten lessons on Agenda 21, commonly known as Sustainable Development. Today you will learn…

How Sustainable Development Policies Will Force Citizens Off of the Rural Lands.

“Land, because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlement, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market.  Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes. Social justice, urban renewal and development, the provision of decent dwellings-and healthy conditions for people can only be achieved if land is used in the interest of society as a whole.” The preamble to The Vancouver Action Plan approved at Habitat: United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (31 May to 11 June 1976). Continue reading

Lesson 5: Public Private Partnerships

Private Public PartnershipsThis is the fifth lesson in a series of ten lessons on Agenda 21, commonly known as Sustainable Development. Today we will learn…

How Public Private Partnerships Are Used by Government to Take Control of the Economy

A Public Private Partnership is sometimes referred to as a PPP or a 3P.

The definition for a Public Private Partnership is an exclusive partnership between a public entity and a private entity that uses the financial resources of the private sector to carry out the legal activities or functions of the public sector.

3P’s do not work in a free market way where competition decides who wins and who loses.  Continue reading

Lesson 4: Smart Growth

Bike at beach.This is the fourth lesson in a series of ten lessons on Agenda 21, commonly known as Sustainable Development.. Today you will learn…

 How Smart Growth Stategies are Used to Control Human Behavior Within the Human Settlement.

One of the goals of Agenda 21 is to re-wild over 50% (plus an additional 10% for buffer zones around the re-wilded areas) of the United States. Out of necessity, this will force the human population off the rural lands and into, using Agenda 21 language, “human settlements”. Once there, the behavior of humans can be more easily monitored and controlled, thus creating, “sustainability”. Continue reading

Want to See Which Businesses are in Bed with the Feds???

There are two links provided below to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s (WBCSD) website. The first one will take you to the site itself, where if you spend only a few minutes roaming just through the “history” section found on the “about” page, you will see that this organization is not even trying to hide its associations to the United Nations and their Agenda 21 plans.

The second link will take you to where you can see which companies belong to this freedom sucking organization.  After looking at this list you may want, where you can, to rethink where you spend your money .

Remember, in the brave new world of Agenda 21, big business-along with big government, and NGO’s-will have a very large say on the quality of your life and that of your children-if we allow this scam to continue unchecked.  link   link

The Doctor Won’t See You Now. He Has Clocked Out

PPP’s come in so many variations. Take Obamacare for example. As it morphs over time into its various forms, it is taking on all the trappings of a PPP of mega proportions. As this article points out, Obamacare is forcing more and more physicians to leave their private practice to seek the “protection” of large hospitals, where the government can play watch dog for the public in the private hospital setting. However, one should ask who is going to watch the government? Certainly not the hospital, as it becomes within its geographic area, a de facto monopoly ( another sign that this relationship is a type of PPP). The government in return has fewer health care facilities to control, making it easier to control what services the public can and cannot have. After all, even if grannie is relatively healthy, at some point is it really worth spending money on her? Of course no one on the left acknowledges that there are death panels, although they seem to be awfully fond of the Complete Lives System: link

The Purposeful Flooding of America’s Heartland

As you learned in Lesson 3 on the Wildlands, the goal of the Biodiversity Treaty is to return at least 50% (60% if you count the buffer zones) of the U.S. to the condition it was in before Christopher Columbus arrived on our shores. Since obviously there were no dams in existence at that time, the extreme environmentalists have the dams in America in their crosshairs. As is so often the case with the proponent of Agenda 21, they often create 2-fers. In this case by removing the existing dams, they return the river to nature, plus they flood out many of the citizens who live downstream, forcing them over time to move, the environmentalists hope, into town where they can be put under control of the government. To read about more about how the Corp of Engineers at present is needlessly imperiling the property, businesses, and lives of millions of people constituting criminal negligence click on this     link

Dam removal begins in Cuyahoga Falls

This article published on July 30,2013 would best be read after reading the article also posted under Lesson 3 (Wildlands Project) titled The Purposeful Flooding of America’s Heartland as this article gives greater background into how the Federal Government with the support of the Corp of Engineers has made removing dams across the nation a priority in order to return them to their natural flow. This article, Dam Removal Begins in Cuyahoga Falls, provide documentation that this same policy is being followed in Ohio, and for the same reason. No mention is made about the increased likelihood of flooding concerns downstream caused by the removal of this dam. People and property must take a back seat to nature in our new sustainable world. To read more about the removal of this dam, and to view series of DamCam photos showing the removal of the dam, please click on this    link  .

Bessemer Farms calls it quits, says new farm rules too cumbersome

The family farm is in the crosshairs of the federal government through the increasing number of regulations to which farmers are being asked to comply. Click on this link to learn how these regulations drove  Bessemer Farms  in Akron to totally change their farming model, and how, as more farmers follow suit, this will contribute to higher food costs for Americans. link

Federal Plan Aims to Help Wildlife Adapt to Climate Change

This March 27, 2013 article discusses a proposal to establish over the next five years wildlife corridors in Washington State. Keep in mind, to admit there are corridors, means that there must be cores, or what would be the point of corridors? Further, as usual for those pushing Agenda 21 policies, climate change, which is used as the justification for these corridors, is discussed as if climate change is a proven fact. Welcome to your future. To read more: link

Saving Endangered Species: Government Intentions Vs. Results

Some government regulations that are made with good intentions still lead to bad results. The Endangered Species Act is a good example of such a law. In this short video, economics professor Don Boudreaux examines the Endangered Species Act, and uses it to explain how policymakers’ good intentions sometimes go awry. While the law intends to preserve threatened animals, it actually has the effect of giving landowners strong reasons to kill any endangered species they find on their property. This phenomenon is known as “shoot, shovel, and shut up.” Boudreaux implores us not to judge a policy by its intentions, but by its results. We can’t assume a policy will be good just because the intentions of the policymakers are good. To learn more, click on this link