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December 4, 2012 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Campaign 2016, Capitalism, Christianity, climate change, Economy, Family values, Health care reform, immigration reform, patriotism, Politics, socialism, Terrorism, Uncategorized | Tags: Agenda 21, Barack Obama, New World Order, United Nations | Leave a comment
June 21, 2011 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Capitalism, Economy, Family values, Politics, socialism, Uncategorized | Tags: Agenda 21, Barack Obama, United Nations, White House Rural Council | Leave a comment
Obama created something called “The White House Rural Council” (WHRC).
Section One of 13575 states the following:
Section 1. Policy. Sixteen percent of the American population lives in rural counties. Strong, sustainable rural communities are essential to winning the future and ensuring American competitiveness in the years ahead. These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources, and are essential in the development of science and innovation. Though rural communities face numerous challenges, they also present enormous economic potential. The Federal Government has an important role to play in order to expand access to the capital necessary for economic growth, promote innovation, improve access to health care and education, and expand outdoor recreational activities on public lands.
Warning bells should have been sounding all across rural America when the phrase “sustainable rural communities” came up. As we know from researching the UN plan for Sustainable Development known as Agenda 21, these are code words for the true fundamental transformation America.
June 14, 2011 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Capitalism, Economy, Family values, immigration reform, Politics, socialism, Uncategorized | Tags: Agenda 21, automobiles, George Soros, land, private ownership, United Nations | 1 comment
What is Agenda 21? If you do not know about it, you should.
Agenda 21 is a two-decade old, grand plan for global ’Sustainable Development,’ brought to you from the United Nations. George H.W. Bush (and 177 other world leaders) agreed to it back in 1992, and in 1995, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order #12858, creating a Presidential Council on ‘Sustainable Development.’ This effectively pushed the UN plan into America’s large, churning government machine without the need for any review or discussion by Congress or the American people.
‘Sustainable Development’ sounds like a nice idea, right? It sounds nice, until you scratch the surface and find that Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development are really cloaked plans to impose the tenets of Social Justice/Socialism on the world.
At risk from Agenda 21;
- Private Property ownership
- Single-Family homes
- Private car ownership and individual travel choices
- Privately owned farms
November 29, 2010 in Campaign 2008, Campaign 2010, Campaign 2012, Capitalism, climate change, Economy, Family values, immigration reform, Politics, socialism, Uncategorized | Tags: Agenda 21, International Code Counci;, Sustainable Community, United Nations, Urban Service Boundaries | Leave a comment
Familiarize yourselves with the concept of Sustainable Communities, and then look at what your local governments are doing:
Social engineering by the federal government goes beyond regional government and reaches into counties, cities and towns. Often encouraged by the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, the National Council of Mayors, the National Association of County Commissioners and the promise of federal grants, local communities are falling all over themselves to become politically correct sustainable communities.
Sustainable communities present three problems: 1) the initiative for a community to become a sustainable community almost always comes from outside the community; 2) the comprehensive plan through which a community is transformed into a sustainable community always infringes, and in many instances completely destroys, private property rights; and 3) the local community rarely knows anything about the plan until it reaches the final stages of adoption.
This process, of course, is by design. In communities that have been transformed, individuals may discover that they cannot build a house for grandma on five acres of their own land because the county’s comprehensive plan requires no more than one home per 40 acres. Many communities discover that their comprehensive plan includes a provision to incorporate by reference the entire set of 13 different codes developed by the International Code Council. Each of these codes amounts to government dictating human behavior.
For full article: http://gulagbound.com/9399/the-dangers-of-a-sustainable-community