Tag Archives: sustainable development

Republicans outfox Democrats on climate votes

In November (2014) the legislators in Washington D.C., both old and new, were given a mandate to stop the left’s redistributive and green agenda. Now that the lame duck session is over, it is time for the Republicans to get to work.

On January 21, 2015 the work began. The Senate Republicans, through a series of amendments revolving around the Keystone Pipeline legislation, eventually voted to agree the climate was changing, but would not be maneuvered into saying that the change was being driven by man’s activity.

To read more about the tricky maneuvering used to sidestep the left’s attempt to legitimatize Climate Change, follow this link.

NOTE: Remember, President Bush the Elder, a Republican, signed the treaty Agenda for the 21st Century (aka Agenda 21). While we must be happy the Republicans this time resisted the efforts to blame man for climate change, we must stay vigilant to keep the Republican Party consistent in its efforts to resist sustainable development policies.

Try, Try, Again-Mo. Lawmaker’s Bill Would Protect Private Property From Agenda 21

Missouri Representative Mike Moon appears unwilling to allow the veto last year by the Missouri governor of a bill to stop property right infringement through the use of Agenda 21 policies to remain unchallenged. On December 12, 2014, Representative Moon introduced House Bill 216. While currently not on the House of Representative calendar, we must hope for its further advancement, as what happens in other states affects our own. To learn more click on this link.

“Blue” the Film that Unmasks the UN’s Agenda 21 Plan!

Are you perhaps looking for a way to teach others about Agenda 21 without lecturing, or, perhaps because of the complexity of the topic, you just would not know where to begin. Possibly BLUE, an independently funded and filmed documentary by director JD King, is the answer. This 58 minute video, using example taken from the lives of actual citizens, will challenge the idea that the environmental movement is about protecting the environment or that the environmentalist are the best stewards of the land. To learn more about this movie and how to order it follow this link.

If You Have a Roof, You May be Taxed for It

Several years ago the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District created a new regulation that would create a new tax burden on the citizens. This tax would be determined by measuring the amount of impermeable surface (roof, asphalt driveway, etc) on a property (business, home, church, etc.). The logic (and I use this term loosely) goes something like this. The more impermeable surface you have, the more storm water run-off you create, and you, the citizen must pay for any harm to the environment that might be created.

Unfortunately, there is no proof that the water that runs off of your roof does any damage to the environment, nor did you the citizen have any chance to voice your objection to this tax (Does “taxation without representation” ring any bells?).

Again, for those of us who understand Agenda 21, this is just another way to tax the citizen into the poor house while “nudging” us to build taller, narrower, and hopefully smaller homes. Got to love those folks who just can’t get through a day without trying to control our every decision.

Last month (September 2014) the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law provided a Merit Brief to the Supreme Court of Ohio. The results of this case, which could have important implications beyond the state, will not be known for some time. To learn more about this case, follow this link. To get more history on this issue, follow this link.

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

Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley Join Banks Edging Away From Coal

As stated in the short video, Agenda 21 Threat, to implement Agenda 21 a government will choose certain businesses to reward with certain perks (not necessarily is it always money). In return the government will expect the chosen business (or business sector) to support the government’s agenda. Sometimes this is called Crony Capitalism. If over time the government can gain enough control over the business (or business sector), to all extents and purposes the company is now being run by the government, and fascism is advanced. Perhaps you have heard people call GM (General Motors) Government Motors for this very reason.

This short article provides a perfect example of how a sector of our economy, the banking industry, has over time simply become an arm of the federal government and is now doing its bidding by helping to destroy the coal industry..  Please learn more by clicking on this link.

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

Whether it is the “Garbage Police” in Seattle or Smart Meters in Maryland, the Goal is NOT to Protect you, but to Control YOU

As you no doubt know, if the left can keep environmental justice moving down the track, we will be nudged/forced off of the rural lands and into town to be monitored through the use of Smart Growth policies. Here are two examples of Smart Growth policies . To learn how the behavior of Seattle citizens are being controlled by the “garbage police”, click on this link. To watch a powerful 3 minute video on the radiation poisoning of a Maryland women by Smart Meters click on this link.