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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 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

Poverty, the Compassion Cartel, and Environmental Racism

This article written by Tom DeWeese, who runs the American Policy Center and has fought against United Nations Agenda for the 21st Century for decades, is one of his very best articles. It explains so much about how private property rights are critical to uplifting the poor around the globe and for fostering capitalism with all its capabilities to uplift the masses.

 It is arguable that no matter how much the Left redistributes wealth, without giving those across the globe property rights; they may never be anything but poor and enslaved.  Then again, it is quite likely the Leftist Elite have no real desire to uplift the masses but to keep them poor and dependant while scooping up all property with its associate resources for themselves.

If you read nothing else in this newsletter, please, please read this extremely powerful article by clicking on this link.

The ‘Green New Deal’ isn’t just ambitious — it’s insane

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is proof our education system is failing not just her but all of her supporters. While you read this article and are agreeing with the absurdity it represents, realize many of these environmental and social justice ideas are to some degree already in place and accepted in our country. Sadly this underscores the reality socialism and progressivism has their tentacles wrapped around our policies. All Cortez and her ilk have to do is just keep “progressing” the ball down the court bit by bit. Remember, too, if the Green New Deal is ever implemented and then fails, the Progressives still win, because the destruction of America is their goal. To read the details of the Green New Deal click on this link.

The Bureaucracy Is Now More Powerful Than Congress

For the Progressives to take over control of America, the Progressives must transfer control from the elected official to the unelected bureaucrat. This short article does a great job of highlighting the how’s and why’s of the takeover of the government by the bureaucracy. Further, the article discusses a potential legislative fix (the REINS Act), which was first forwarded in 2011 and most recently resubmitted early last (2017) spring to Congress, where it passed the House, but failed in the Senate. For this bill to pass, we must be aware of its existence and lobby our legislators to pass it. To learn more click on this link.

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

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

Catholic Church: New Priests Will be Expected to Preach Global Warming

There are so many things in this article that are disturbing. Let us just focus on one. You can discern the rest on your own.

The article says it is important Christians who deny Climate Change or those who do not alter their lives in a way to prevent Climate Change “need ‘an ecological conversion’, whereby the effects of their encounter with Jesus Christ becomes evidence in their relationship with the world around them”.

Is Pope Francis suggesting that to save our souls, we must save our (possibly unthreatened) planet by embracing the tenets of and accept the sacrifices inherent in the Climate Change dogma? Because if this is where this is going, it leads to a whole different set of questions.

What will happen in the confessional if the parishioners are required to accept and implement proper Climate Change behaviors in their daily life? Will penitents then feel compelled, much like the breaking of one of the Ten Commandments, to admit to the priest  they had their thermostats too high, forgot to recycle the newspaper, failed to buy a Smart Car, or any of dozens of other crimes against the planet? Will the priest hearing the confession be required to punish the penitent for sins against the planet? And what form would that punishment take? Would the penitent need to put solar cells on his house or donate to Green Peace to atone?  Am I crazy or is this crazy?

To read more of the rationalizations the Catholic Church, lead by Pope Francis, is advancing in an effort to create compliance to social justice, economic justice, and environmental justice policies, click on this link.

Pray for Care of Creation

If you would like to read about some of the ways the Catholic Church will ramp up the indoctrination of its flock into the acceptance of Climate Change, being sure to click on at least a few of the “prayer ideas”, click on this link.

Pope Francis and Religion of Climate Change

Belling the Cat is a famous painting with a fabulous moral. A group of mice were tired of not having enough of a warning of the cat’s approach. The mice convened a conference where it was suggested all they needed to do was to put a bell around the cat’s neck. After much back slapping at the brilliance of this idea, one of the mice said, but who is willing to bell the cat? The moral of the story, one the Catholic Church would do well to heed, is it is one thing to say that something should be done, but quite a different matter to do it. In other words, the Catholic Church may think it is a great idea to expect all of the people, especially in developed countries, to reduce their carbon foot print and their dreams, but will the Church hierarchy be willing to do the same? To learn some of the many ways the Church needs to put up or shut up, or reveal itself for just another hypocritical institution, click on this link.