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Old 06-05-2009, 10:20 PM   #26
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It was so important for the United States to get approval from the United Nations to attack Iraq. Why?


Does the U.N. Charter supersede the U.S. Constitution? Is the U.N. Charter a non-human document? How about replacing the U.N. Charter with the U.S. Constitution? How about the following:

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Old 06-05-2009, 11:11 PM   #27
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Listen to Alan Watt speak about Agenda 21:

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Old 06-06-2009, 01:36 AM   #28
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Perhaps 'Agenda 21' should be called 'Alien Agenda 2012'. This madness goes way beyond international cooperation and conflict resolution. This is tyranny. Perhaps the Alien Nation is rounding up their cattle...and thinning the herd...and the United Nations are the ranchers. We the People of Earth are an Endangered Species.

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Old 06-06-2009, 12:41 PM   #29
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Here is the website associated with this freedom movement:

Freedom21.org

The group is having a conference in Oklahoma August 13 - 15, 2009:

The website says that the conference will include discussions on:
  • U.N.'s Agenda 21 and its policy of Sustainable Development and that Agenda 21 stamps out private property, limited government, and free enterprise
  • Assault on Health Freedom
  • Threat of an International ID system through Real ID
  • Scam called Climate Change
  • The new state Sovereignty movement
  • How private property can end poverty
  • Gun rights
  • Doing away with the Federal Reserve
  • Real reasons children aren't learning in public classrooms
  • How the Trans Texas Corridor is being defeated on the local level
  • Much, much more

So this conference covers much more than Agenda 21...
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Old 06-06-2009, 01:49 PM   #30
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I felt a bit uneasy regarding my last two posts...but I am simply not seeing a group of U.N. people legitimately and rationally taking steps to help create a better world. What they are doing does not seem to be in humanity's best interest. So...in who's best interest is it?
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Old 06-06-2009, 02:09 PM   #31
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The President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD) was created by Executive Order on June 29, 1993.

It's interesting to note that on page 2 of the order it states that the council would last for 2 years, unless extended. Guess it was extended...

It's also interesting to note that on page 2 the order revokes the Presidentís Commission
on Environmental Quality...

Here is a link to the PCSD's final report to the President, "Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century," May, 1999: http://clinton2.nara.gov/PCSD/Publications/tsa.pdf
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Old 06-06-2009, 02:35 PM   #32
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There is an organization called the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI.) It was founded in 1990 by the World Congress of Local Governments for a Sustainable Future at the United Nations in New York.

They're going to be having a conference June 14-18, 2009 in Edmonton (Canada).

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The ICLEI has published "The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide: An Introduction to Sustainable Development Planning."

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Have you ever heard the term "communitarian"?

It sounds a lot like "communist" to me. I learned the term by listening to a person named Niki Raapana being interviewed on the Jeff Rense program a couple of years ago...

Here's the dictionary definition: A member or supporter of a small cooperative or a collectivist community.

An article by Niki Raapana states that communitarian law is designed to over-rule all national law, including the U.S. Constitution and Bill or Rights.

She states that communitarianism puts the rights of the community over the rights of the individuals living in the community, and that the term "community," when used by global communitarians, can define everything from the smallest rural area to the entire region.

She states that the United Nations is based entirely in the supremacy of communitarian law, and that communitarian law supports the mandates for sustainable growth principles established in UN Local Agenda 21.

She and her daughter have founded an organization called the Anti Communitarian League.

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Old 06-06-2009, 05:49 PM   #35
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...Here's another view of the abiotic oil production theory:

Abiotic Oil: Science or Politics...
The term "abiotic" is not found in the Engdahl article. From Rense.com, here's the entire text of the article:

Confessions Of An
'Ex' Peak Oil Believer
By F. William Engdahl
9-25-7

The good news is that panic scenarios about the world running out of oil anytime soon are wrong. The bad news is that the price of oil is going to continue to rise. Peak Oil is not our problem. Politics is. Big Oil wants to sustain high oil prices. Dick Cheney and friends are all too willing to assist.

On a personal note, I've researched questions of petroleum, since the first oil shocks of the 1970's. I was intrigued in 2003 with something called Peak Oil theory. It seemed to explain the otherwise inexplicable decision by Washington to risk all in a military move on Iraq.

Peak Oil advocates, led by former BP geologist Colin Campbell, and Texas banker Matt Simmons, argued that the world faced a new crisis, an end to cheap oil, or Absolute Peak Oil, perhaps by 2012, perhaps by 2007. Oil was supposedly on its last drops. They pointed to our soaring gasoline and oil prices, to the declines in output of North Sea and Alaska and other fields as proof they were right.

According to Campbell, the fact that no new North Sea-size fields had been discovered since the North Sea in the late 1960's was proof. He reportedly managed to convince the International Energy Agency and the Swedish government. That, however, does not prove him correct.

Intellectual fossils?

The Peak Oil school rests its theory on conventional Western geology textbooks, most by American or British geologists, which claim oil is a 'fossil fuel,' a biological residue or detritus of either fossilized dinosaur remains or perhaps algae, hence a product in finite supply. Biological origin is central to Peak Oil theory, used to explain why oil is only found in certain parts of the world where it was geologically trapped millions of years ago. That would mean that, say, dead dinosaur remains became compressed and over tens of millions of years fossilized and trapped in underground reservoirs perhaps 4-6,000 feet below the surface of the earth. In rare cases, so goes the theory, huge amounts of biological matter should have been trapped in rock formations in the shallower ocean offshore as in the Gulf of Mexico or North Sea or Gulf of Guinea. Geology should be only about figuring out where these pockets in the layers of the earth, called reservoirs, lie within certain sedimentary basins.

An entirely alternative theory of oil formation has existed since the early 1950's in Russia, almost unknown to the West. It claims conventional American biological origins theory is an unscientific absurdity that is un-provable. They point to the fact that western geologists have repeatedly predicted finite oil over the past century, only to then find more, lots more.

Not only has this alternative explanation of the origins of oil and gas existed in theory. The emergence of Russia and prior of the USSR as the world's largest oil producer and natural gas producer has been based on the application of the theory in practice. This has geopolitical consequences of staggering magnitude.

Necessity: the mother of invention

In the 1950's the Soviet Union faced 'Iron Curtain' isolation from the West. The Cold War was in high gear. Russia had little oil to fuel its economy. Finding sufficient oil indigenously was a national security priority of the highest order.

Scientists at the Institute of the Physics of the Earth of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Ukraine Academy of Sciences began a fundamental inquiry in the late 1940's: where does oil come from?

In 1956, Prof. Vladimir Porfir'yev announced their conclusions: 'Crude oil and natural petroleum gas have no intrinsic connection with biological matter originating near the surface of the earth. They are primordial materials which have been erupted from great depths.' The Soviet geologists had turned Western orthodox geology on its head. They called their theory of oil origin the 'a-biotic' theory-non-biological-to distinguish from the Western biological theory of origins.

If they were right, oil supply on earth would be limited only by the amount of organic hydrocarbon constituents present deep in the earth at the time of the earth's formation. Availability of oil would depend only on technology to drill ultra-deep wells and explore into the earth's inner regions. They also realized old fields could be revived to continue producing, so called self-replentishing fields. They argued that oil is formed deep in the earth, formed in conditions of very high temperature and very high pressure, like that required for diamonds to form. 'Oil is a primordial material of deep origin which is transported at high pressure via 'cold' eruptive processes into the crust of the earth,' Porfir'yev stated. His team dismissed the idea that oil is was biological residue of plant and animal fossil remains as a hoax designed to perpetuate the myth of limited supply.

Defying conventional geology

That radically different Russian and Ukrainian scientific approach to the discovery of oil allowed the USSR to develop huge gas and oil discoveries in regions previously judged unsuitable, according to Western geological exploration theories, for presence of oil. The new petroleum theory was used in the early 1990's, well after the dissolution of the USSR, to drill for oil and gas in a region believed for more than forty-five years, to be geologically barren-the Dnieper-Donets Basin in the region between Russia and Ukraine.

Following their a-biotic or non-fossil theory of the deep origins of petroleum, the Russian and Ukrainian petroleum geophysicists and chemists began with a detailed analysis of the tectonic history and geological structure of the crystalline basement of the Dnieper-Donets Basin. After a tectonic and deep structural analysis of the area, they made geophysical and geochemical investigations.

A total of sixty one wells were drilled, of which thirty seven were commercially productive, an extremely impressive exploration success rate of almost sixty percent. The size of the field discovered compared with the North Slope of Alaska. By contrast, US wildcat drilling was considered successful with a ten percent success rate. Nine of ten wells are typically "dry holes."

That Russian geophysics experience in finding oil and gas was tightly wrapped in the usual Soviet veil of state security during the Cold War era, and went largely unknown to Western geophysicists, who continued to teach fossil origins and, hence, the severe physical limits of petroleum. Slowly it begin to dawn on some strategists in and around the Pentagon well after the 2003 Iraq war, that the Russian geophysicists might be on to something of profound strategic importance.

If Russia had the scientific know-how and Western geology not, Russia possessed a strategic trump card of staggering geopolitical import. It was not surprising that Washington would go about erecting a "wall of steel"-a network of military bases and ballistic anti-missile shields around Russia, to cut her pipeline and port links to western Europe, China and the rest of Eurasia. Halford Mackinder's worst nightmare--a cooperative convergence of mutual interests of the major states of Eurasia, born of necessity and need for oil to fuel economic growth--was emerging. Ironically, it was the blatant US grab for the vast oil riches of Iraq and, potentially, of Iran, that catalyzed closer cooperation between traditional Eurasian foes, China and Russia, and a growing realization in western Europe that their options too were narrowing.

The Peak King

Peak Oil theory is based on a 1956 paper done by the late Marion King Hubbert, a Texas geologist working for Shell Oil. He argued that oil wells produced in a bell curve manner, and once their "peak" was hit, inevitable decline followed. He predicted the United States oil production would peak in 1970. A modest man, he named the production curve he invented, Hubbert's Curve, and the peak as Hubbert's Peak. When US oil output began to decline in around 1970 Hubbert gained a certain fame.

The only problem was, it peaked not because of resource depletion in the US fields. It "peaked" because Shell, Mobil, Texaco and the other partners of Saudi Aramco were flooding the US market with dirt cheap Middle East imports, tariff free, at prices so low California and many Texas domestic producers could not compete and were forced to shut their wells in.

Vietnam success

While the American oil multinationals were busy controlling the easily accessible large fields of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran and other areas of cheap, abundant oil during the 1960's, the Russians were busy testing their alternative theory. They began drilling in a supposedly barren region of Siberia. There they developed eleven major oil fields and one Giant field based on their deep 'a-biotic' geological estimates. They drilled into crystalline basement rock and hit black gold of a scale comparable to the Alaska North Slope.

They then went to Vietnam in the 1980s and offered to finance drilling costs to show their new geological theory worked. The Russian company Petrosov drilled in Vietnam's White Tiger oilfield offshore into basalt rock some 17,000 feet down and extracted 6,000 barrels a day of oil to feed the energy-starved Vietnam economy. In the USSR, a-biotic-trained Russian geologists perfected their knowledge and the USSR emerged as the world's largest oil producer by the mid-1980's. Few in the West understood why, or bothered to ask.

Dr. J. F. Kenney is one of the only Western geophysicists who has taught and worked in Russia, studying under Vladilen Krayushkin, who developed the huge Dnieper-Donets Basin. Kenney told me in a recent interview that "alone to have produced the amount of oil to date that (Saudi Arabia's) Ghawar field has produced would have required a cube of fossilized dinosaur detritus, assuming 100% conversion efficiency, measuring 19 miles deep, wide and high." In short, an absurdity.

Western geologists do not bother to offer hard scientific proof of fossil origins. They merely assert as a holy truth. The Russians have produced volumes of scientific papers, most in Russian. The dominant Western journals have no interest in publishing such a revolutionary view. Careers, entire academic professions are at stake after all.

Closing the door

The 2003 arrest of Russian Mikhail Khodorkovsky, of Yukos Oil, took place just before he could sell a dominant stake in Yukos to ExxonMobil after a private meeting with Dick Cheney. Had Exxon got the stake they would have control of the world's largest resource of geologists and engineers trained in the a-biotic techniques of deep drilling.

Since 2003 Russian scientific sharing of their knowledge has markedly lessened. Offers in the early 1990's to share their knowledge with US and other oil geophysicists were met with cold rejection according to American geophysicists involved.

Why then the high-risk war to control Iraq? For a century US and allied Western oil giants have controlled world oil via control of Saudi Arabia or Kuwait or Nigeria. Today, as many giant fields are declining, the companies see the state-controlled oilfields of Iraq and Iran as the largest remaining base of cheap, easy oil. With the huge demand for oil from China and now India, it becomes a geopolitical imperative for the United States to take direct, military control of those Middle East reserves as fast as possible. Vice President Dick Cheney, came to the job from Halliburton Corp., the world's largest oil geophysical services company. The only potential threat to that US control of oil just happens to lie inside Russia and with the now-state-controlled Russian energy giants. Hmmmm.

According to Kenney the Russian geophysicists used the theories of the brilliant German scientist Alfred Wegener fully 30 years before the Western geologists "discovered" Wegener in the 1960's. In 1915 Wegener published the seminal text, The Origin of Continents and Oceans, which suggested an original unified landmass or "pangaea" more than 200 million years ago which separated into present Continents by what he called Continental Drift.

Up to the 1960's supposed US scientists such as Dr Frank Press, White House science advisor referred to Wegener as "lunatic." Geologists at the end of the 1960's were forced to eat their words as Wegener offered the only interpretation that allowed them to discover the vast oil resources of the North Sea. Perhaps in some decades Western geologists will rethink their mythology of fossil origins and realize what the Russians have known since the 1950's. In the meantime Moscow holds a massive energy trump card.
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Old 06-06-2009, 06:28 PM   #36
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...And here is a quote from an essay on Agenda 21 entitled "Agenda 21 or Freedom 21: Making the right choice" by Tom DeWeese dated April 27, 2005...
I was searching on the web for information about how Local Agenda 21 is impacting people at the grassroots level. I came across this website for an organization called Educators of Liberty. If you click on "Agenda 21" it will show a menu of "Videos." The video "What is Agenda 21?" features Tom DeWeese. The video is about a situation facing a lady in the state of Maine...
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Perhaps 'Agenda 21' should be called 'Alien Agenda 2012'. This madness goes way beyond international cooperation and conflict resolution. This is tyranny. Perhaps the Alien Nation is rounding up their cattle...and thinning the herd...and the United Nations are the ranchers. We the People of Earth are an Endangered Species.
If this is what is going on, the best thing that we can do is educate ourselves and refuse to cooperate with the agenda.
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Tom DeWeese is President of a non-profit organization called the American Policy Center.





The website offers numerous articles about the United Nations. Here's one of them:

UNís Agenda 21 Targets Your Mayor

June 7, 2005

By Tom DeWeese

Weíve all seen the bumper stickers, "Think Globally Ė Act Locally." Itís a creation of those who seek to impose international guidelines, rules and regulations on how we all live. Americans are about to find that itís not just an empty slogan.

From June 1 through 5, 2005, the city of San Francisco was the site of an international conference called "World Environment Day." But the agenda of this conference was much bigger than just another hippy dance in the park. This meeting of the global elite had a specific target and an agenda with teeth. The goal was the full implementation of the UNís Agenda 21 policy called Sustainable Development, a ruling principle for top-down control of every aspect of our lives Ė from food, to health care, to community development, and beyond. This time, the target audience is our nationís mayors. The UNís new tactic, on full display at this conference, is to ignore federal and state governments and go straight to the roots of American society. Think globally Ė act locally.

As part of their participation in the conference, mayors were pressed to commit their communities to specific legislative and policy goals by signing a slate of United Nations accords. Two documents were presented for the mayorsí signature.

The first document is called the "Green Cities Declaration," a statement of principles which set the agenda for the mayorsí assigned task. It says, in part, "Believing as Mayors of cities around the globe, we have a unique opportunity to provide leadership to develop truly sustainable urban centers based on culturally and economically appropriate local actionsÖ" The Declaration is amazingly bold in that it details exactly how the UN intends to implement a very specific agenda in every town and city in the nation. The document includes lots of rhetoric about the need to curtail greenhouse gases and preserve resources. But the final line of the Green Cities Declaration was the point of the whole affair: "Signatory cities shall work to implement the following Urban Environment Accords. Each year cities shall pick three actions to adopt as policies or laws."

The raw meat of the agenda is outlined in detail in the second document, called the "Urban Environment Accords." The Accords include exactly 21 specific actions (as in Agenda 21) for the mayors to take, controlled by a time table for implementation.

Hereís a quick look at a few of the 21 agenda actions called for. Under the topic of energy, action item number one calls for mayors to implement a policy to increase the use of "renewable" energy by 10% within seven years. Renewable energy includes solar and wind power.

Not stated in the UN documents is the fact that in order to meet the goal, a community would have to reserve thousands of acres of land to set up expensive solar panels or even more land for wind mills. Consider that it takes a current 50 megawatt gas-fired generating plant about 2-5 acres of land to produce its power. Yet to create that same amount of power through the use of solar panels would require at least 1,000 acres. Using wind mills to generate 50 megawatts would require over 4,000 acres of land, while chopping up birds and creating a deafening roar. The cost of such "alternative" energy to the community would be vastly prohibitive. Yet, such unworkable ideas are the environmentally-correct orders of the days that the mayors are being urged to follow.

Energy Actions two and three deal with the issue of reducing energy consumption. Both of these are backdoor sneak attacks by the UN to enforce the discredited Kyoto Global Warming Treaty, which President Bush has refused to implement. Kyoto would force the United States to reduce its energy consumption by at least 30 percent, forcing energy shortages and severely damaging the nationís economy. Kyoto is the centerpiece of the UNís drive to control the world economy and redistribute wealth to Third World nations. It would do nothing to help the environment. Yet, the mayors are being pushed to help implement this destructive treaty city-by-city.

Perhaps the most egregious action offered in the Urban Environmental Accords deals with the topic of water. Action number twenty calls for adoption and implementation of a policy to reduce individual water consumption by 10% by 2020. Interestingly, UN begins by stating: "Cities with potable water consumption greater than 100 liters per capita per day will adopt and implement policies to reduce consumption by 10 percent by 2015."

There is no basis for the 100 liter figure other than employing a very clever use of numbers to lower the bar and control the debate. One must be aware that 100 liters equals about 26 gallons per person, per day. According to the UN, each person should only have 10% less than 26 gallons each day to drink, bathe, flush toilets, wash clothes, water lawns, wash dishes, cook, and more.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, Americans need about 100 GALLONS per day to perform these basic functions. Consider also that there is no specific water shortage in the United States. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, annual water withdrawal across the nation is about 407 billion gallons, while consumption (including evaporation and plant use, is about 94 billion gallons. Such restrictions, as outlined in the Urban Environment Accords, are really nothing more than a major campaign by the UN to control water consumption. Yet the nationís mayors are being pushed to impose policies to take away our free use of water.

The rest of the Accords deal with a variety of subjects including waste reduction, recycling, transportation, health, and nature. Perhaps the most blatant promise of action is Action number sixteen in which the mayors are supposed to agree to: "Every year identify three products, chemicals, or compounds that are used within your city that represents the greatest risk to human health and adopt a law to eliminate their sale and use in the city."

There you have it. Every year, our nationís mayors are to promise to ban something! What if there isnít a "chemical or compound" that poses a risk? Gotta ban something anyway. Thatís not an idle threat. In the 1990ís Anchorage, Alaska had some of the most pristine water in the nation. It had no pollution. Yet the federal government ordered the city to meet strict federal clean water standards that required it to remove a certain percentage of pollution. In order to meet those requirements, Anchorage was forced to dump fish parts into its pristine water so that it could then clean out the required quotas. Your cityís mayor may have to ban the ink in your fountain pen to meet his quota Ė and ban it he will.

And what is the mayorís reward for destroying private property rights, increasing energy costs on less consumption, and banning something useful every year? He gets green stars. Thatís right. According to UN documents, if your mayor can complete 8-11 of the prescribed 21 actions, the town will get a green star and the designation, "Local Sustainable City." 12-17 actions completed will garner two green stars and the designation, "National Sustainable City." 15-18 actions completed will bring in three green stars and the title "Regional Sustainable City." Finally, the energizer bunny mayor who gets 19-21 actions completed will get a full four green stars and the ultimate designation of "Global Sustainable City." Certainly he or she will also get a plaque and get to sit at the head table at the next UN Sustainable Development conference.

In the San Francisco summit, the mayors were wooed by the elite, from UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to Maurice Strong, to Senator Diane Feinstein, to Hollywood activists Robert Redford and Martin Sheen, to chimp-master Jane Goodall. All the usual suspects were there to press the flesh and push the agenda. Businesses like Mitsubishi, which hope to make huge profits from green industry by using such policy to destroy competition, helped pay for the event. The news media was well represented too, not in a journalistic role to report the news, but as full-fledged sponsors helping to spread their own brand of propaganda. All understood that a new governing elite, elected by no one, answerable to their own set of standards, is being created for the care and feeding of us all. With the right contacts and the proper show of public spirit, there are riches and power to be created. Even for your local mayor.

Sustainable Development is truly stunning in its magnitude to transform the world into feudal-like governance by making nature the central organizing principle for our economy and society. It is a scheme fueled by unsound science and discredited economics that can only lead modern society down the road to a new dark ages. It is a policy of banning goods and regulating and controlling human action. It is systematically implemented through the creation of non-elected visioning boards and planning commissions. There is no place in the Sustainable world for individual thought, private property or free enterprise. It is the exact opposite of the free society envisioned by this nationís founders.

Even before the San Francisco conference, the UNís influence over the nationís mayors has been felt as 132 U.S. mayors have moved to implement the Kyoto Treaty in defiance of the Bush Administrationís rejection of it. Moreover, the treaty is the centerpiece of the agenda for the national meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, slated for Chicago just one week after the San Francisco meeting. Think globally and act locally is no longer just a slogan on the back of a Volvo. Itís a well entrenched national policy bleeding down into your local community, carried there by Judas goats who have been elected by you.

Americaís mayors are the elected representatives closest to the people. They are the ones that our founders intended to have the most influence over our daily lives. If the UN succeeds in its efforts to enforce Sustainable Development policy through our mayors, the process will accelerate at an astounding rate and locally-controlled government will cease to exist. But signs, adorned with green stars, will certainly greet us at every city limit line as the inhabitants, stripped of their property rights; buried under huge tax burdens; struggling under reduced energy flow, shuffle on as their proud mayor gleams in the global limelight under the banner "think globally and act locally."



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Here is an article from a website called Freedom Advocates:

Agenda 21 -- The Blueprint to Advance Sustainable Development
by Daniel Beckett
Tuesday, 15 June 2004

In this straightforward expose of Agenda 21 -- the blueprint to advance Sustainable Development -- Beckett examines the notion of "sustainability". His conclusion: The American people need to be better informed so they understand that Sustainable Development is a pseudonym for centralized control over human life.

Santa Cruz County, CA

The policies of Sustainable Development are changing the very fabric of America.

Sustainable Development entered the world officially in 1987 in a report of the United Nations Commission on Environment and Development entitled, "Our Common Future". This commission was chaired by Gro Harlem Bruntland, Prime minister of Norway and Vice-President of the World Socialist Party. A well known mantra that originated from that report is "meeting today's need's without compromising future generations to meet their own needs". If one is to look, this mission statement has been incorporated into many government and non-government organizations. Is it a surprise that it was also reflected in the old Soviet constitution?

Then in 1992 the United Nations conference on "Environment and Development" was held in Rio De Janeiro Brazil. This summit is commonly referred to as the "Earth Summit". Then-President George H. Bush signed what is commonly referred to as the "Rio Accords". Out of this conference came the "Agenda 21" document. Agenda 21 was adopted as a work plan to implement Sustainable Development by 179 nations including our own.

The following year, newly-elected President Bill Clinton created "The Presidents Council on Sustainable Development" through executive order. This order created the framework for the federal government to begin implementing sustainable development programs nationwide. All of this has been moving forward with virtually no legislative debate.

I first became aware of Agenda 21 in the summer of 2000 when I was given a copy of the Santa Cruz Local Agenda 21 document, a regurgitated version of the global document. This local plan was endorsed by our esteemed Congressman Sam Farr on June 3rd, 1997. Is it any coincidence that Mr. Farr flies the United Nations flag at his Congressional office in Washington, DC?

So what could be wrong with the idea of being sustainable? We don't want to be unsustainable, do we? The problem with Sustainable Development is that it flies in the face of man's will to advance. America is the greatest country in the world. Why? Because its citizens were allowed the use of its bountiful resources. There was no king or dictator to control man's creative action.

The idea behind Sustainable Development is to foster a mentality of guilt in people over the use of natural resources. Every time one starts their car... Every time one turns on a water faucet... Remember, be sustainable! Don't exceed your allotment of resources... Big Brother is watching you. We all must learn to live the same, think the same and most importantly... be sustainable!

America was not created using this mindset. America was created with the mindset of full speed ahead!!! I don't think NASA was concerned about being sustainable when they were going to the moon.

You see, the real agenda behind Sustainable Development has nothing to do with protecting the environment. It is about controlling the natural resources. If the resources are controlled, the people are controlled. The screws are already tightening on us. Does it make any sense that we must use poisonous, difficult to dispose of, fluorescent lighting in kitchens now? These things should be a personal choice. No doubt in time the use of all natural resources will be highly regulated.

Of course, as in the old Soviet Union, not everyone will be required to live the peasant lifestyle. Those who play along will be rewarded. But the reward will only be a temporary one. It comes down to "the end justifies the means". The "useful idiots" will be in for a big surprise when they realize the noose they helped to tie will be placed around their own necks.

Problem is, most of the Think Global, Act Local socialists realize that most adults are smart enough to see through their utopian pipe dreams. Their solution? Brainwash the school children. It's not education anymore. It's indoctrination. That's why it's so important to have good teachers in the system. The local Packard Foundation (billions of dollars in assets at last check) funds a great many projects related to Sustainable Development. The next generation is being prepared to live in a new controlled society where people are discouraged from reaching their personal best. All this is being done with the help of our tax money.

Indicators of Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 are everywhere. The city of Watsonville is busy implementing its own Agenda 21 Plan, called ACTION Pajaro Valley. The county is neck-deep with valley and village plans, such as in Corralitos and Aptos. Then there is the City of Marina redevelopment plan. The name of this type of planning is "community planning", "comprehensive planning", "growth management planning", or "smart growth". They all mean the same thing. Oh, then let's not forget about Highway 1. The plan on that is to stall long enough, until we all give up on our cars due to unbearable congestion. We are being molded into complying with a more controlled and less independent form of transportation, such as the proposed rail line. Then there won't be a need to widen the highway. We have become guinea pigs in a social experiment.

Getting back to community planning, it is based on the creation of councils called "visioning councils". These councils are manipulated in such a way as to come to a pre-determined outcome. The professional facilitators of the meeting work hard to make sure all those involved are easily swayed into being agreeable. The process utilizes group manipulation tactics. Most people fear the thought of looking foolish in front of others and tend to keep quiet. If one is vocal, and unwilling to go along, a wily facilitator will pick up on this and use mockery to shut the person up. I have seen this demonstrated on numerous occasions. These so-called "visioning councils" are based on a very similar method of government such as that which was used in the Soviet Union. It is a top down form of governance where the local representatives blindly follow along behind their higher ups. The infrastructure for the brave new world of tomorrow is being created today right in front of our eyes. It's not about free enterprise providing the type of housing people want anymore. It's about government dictating the type of housing it will allow people to live in. I guess the government has forgotten the fact that it is not its role to control the housing market.

In fact, there is a lot of so-called public land in this county. But activities for outdoor sports and recreation are becoming increasingly restricted. There is big demand for activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, etc., but these activities are often considered to be unsustainable and therefore not allowed. A lot of this so-called open space is just plain closed off to all human use. More and more regulation is being placed on the use of public lands. I am not a big proponent of the government acquiring any more land, either directly or through "funnel" agencies such as Land Trusts -- who usually sell back to the government at a profit and then repeat the cycle.

If one is willing to take the time and do the research, you will come to realize -- as I did -- that we are in big trouble in this country. It doesn't seem to make much difference who is in power, be it Democrat or Republican, the Agenda 21 beat goes on. It is a very troubling and discouraging to realize that our own government is implementing a program that would make the Marxists proud. Did all those brave American soldiers die in the second World War fighting tyrannical regimes, for this? The American people need to be informed so they have a chance to voice their opposition to this form of tyranny. Forget about any major media willing to discuss this issue. I would suggest Freedom Advocates as a good start.

If America is to remain the land of the free and home of the brave the truth must get out. All patriotic Americans need to take the time to understand what is happening. I assure you, you will not like what you find. It's a bitter pill to swallow, but necessary if we are to stand a chance in saving our country. Take the time to be informed and speak out against those who wish to change America from the land of the free to the home of the regulated and controlled. Do it now -- before it's too late.
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Agenda 21 is made up of 4 sections and 40 chapters. Here is the table of contents, drawn from the link in the opening post:

United Nations Conference on Environment & Development

Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992

AGENDA 21

CONTENTS

Chapter

1. Preamble

SECTION I. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS

2. International cooperation to accelerate sustainable development in developing countries and related domestic policies
3. Combating poverty
4. Changing consumption patterns
5. Demographic dynamics and sustainability 66
6. Protecting and promoting human health conditions -
7. Promoting sustainable human settlement development
8. Integrating environment and development in decision-making

SECTION II. CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES FOR DEVELOPMENT

9. Protection of the atmosphere
10. Integrated approach to the planning and management of land resources
11. Combating deforestation
12. Managing fragile ecosystems: combating desertification and drought
13. Managing fragile ecosystems: sustainable mountain development
14. Promoting sustainable agriculture and rural development
15. Conservation of biological diversity
16. Environmentally sound management of biotechnology
17. Protection of the oceans, all kinds of seas, including enclosed and semi-enclosed seas, and coastal
areas and the protection, rational use and development of their living resources
18. Protection of the quality and supply of freshwater resources: application of integrated approaches to
the development, management and use of water resources
19. Environmentally sound management of toxic chemicals, including prevention of illegal international
traffic in toxic and dangerous products
20. Environmentally sound management of hazardous wastes, in hazardous wastes
21. Environmentally sound management of solid wastes and sewage-related issues
22. Safe and environmentally sound management of radioactive wastes

SECTION III. STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF MAJOR GROUPS

23. Preamble
24. Global action for women towards sustainable and equitable development
25. Children and youth in sustainable development -
26. Recognizing and strengthening the role of indigenous people and their communities
27. Strengthening the role of non-governmental organizations: partners for sustainable development
28. Local authorities' initiatives in support of Agenda 21
29. Strengthening the role of workers and their trade unions
30. Strengthening the role of business and industry -
31. Scientific and technological community 31.1 - 31.12
32. Strengthening the role of farmers

SECTION IV. MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION

33. Financial resources and mechanisms
34. Transfer of environmentally sound technology, cooperation and capacity-building
35. Science for sustainable development
36. Promoting education, public awareness and training
37. National mechanisms and international cooperation for capacity-building in developing countries
38. International institutional arrangements
39. International legal instruments and mechanisms
40. Information for decision-making

_______________________________________________

Local Agenda 21 is based on chapter 28, "Local authorities' initiatives in support of Agenda 21."

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Old 06-07-2009, 05:51 PM   #41
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There is an occult signature attached to words.That signature is ic, as in (i see. )The below message is I See Lie. In order for us to see , we have to become like ICE that floats at 32 degrees. The true message is always hidden in the abreviations that create a Mantra.

Shin is the 21st letter of the hebrew alphabet.To fall short of becomming a master, is a Sin ,as in Cen tury 21.


I see Lie 666
LI = 21

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Old 06-07-2009, 06:17 PM   #42
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In order for us to see , we have to become like ICE that floats at 32 degrees.
I don't get this part. Please elaborate.

At first I'm thinking 32 degree angle. But it's 32 degree F.?

But I still don't get it...
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I don't get this part. Please elaborate.

At first I'm thinking 32 degree angle. But it's 32 degree F.?

But I still don't get it...
32 degrees is when water free zes and becomes ice, or I see. The e is 99% silent in the Occult.

As our chi ascend up 32 vertabrae (degrees) up the spinal column,we began to see truth. 3+2 is 5 the 5th element that goes up the spine, the Chi. We become Free at 32 degrees to Z ero point

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There is an occult signature attached to words.That signature is ic, as in (i see. )The below message is I See Lie. In order for us to see , we have to become like ICE that floats at 32 degrees. The true message is always hidden in the abreviations that create a Mantra.
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32 degrees is when water free zes and becomes ice, or I see. The e is 99% silent in the Occult.

As our chi ascend up 32 vertabrae (degrees) up the spinal column,we began to see truth. 3+2 is 5 the 5th element that goes up the spine, the Chi. We become Free at 32 degrees to Z ero point


So you reverse the E and I to get lie. And you get ice from IC because the e is silent.

And out of the word "ice" comes this profound message that's hidden. If we had all this knowledge, we would be free...

Am I on track?
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So you reverse the E and I to get lie. And you get ice from IC because the e is silent.

And out of the word "ice" comes this profound message that's hidden. If we had all this knowledge, we would be free...

Am I on track?
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Okay I'm making progress...

Now...

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Shin is the 21st letter of the hebrew alphabet.To fall short of becomming a master, is a Sin ,as in Cen tury 21.
What does this have to do with "I see Lie 666"?

And please explain the "LI=21." You're referring to 9-11?
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Okay I'm making progress...

Now...



What does this have to do with "I see Lie 666"?

And please explain the "LI=21." You're referring to 9-11?
I don't mean to take your post off topic,but here we go.

L= 12
I = 9
9+12=21

666= 360 degrees of perception.This means you have to turn yourself upside down like the hang man in the tarot, to truly percieve this reality.In other words ,don't look at things in only one way.

The 911 is a li , is a code for repeat 911 at 21

Another Xample is the word Agenda

A = 1
g = 7 Ag =8 the sacred feminine number for eternity
n = 14 or 77
877=22 = zero point energy- Two 7s create the letter Z
Z is the 26th letter of the alphabet 2+6=8.Right there hidden in plain view in the letter Z are the numbers 877 or 22

e is silent
d=4
a=1

Total 5 the fifth element

So you can say it fast like, Agenda 21, or slow- Age End At 21.

Its a code of sounds, letters and numbers

Its called casting a spell, by using spelling.

Seashore is, beginning to see the shore for sure

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I don't consider this off-topic because I think it's part of understanding the big picture and learning to think outside the box so that we can take control of things...

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...Shin is the 21st letter of the hebrew alphabet.To fall short of becoming a master, is a Sin...
Okay, you're referring to not having the knowledge symbolized by "ice" is a sin, which is associated by sound with shin, which is the 21st letter of the alphabet. Additionally LI(E) translates to 21 numerically.

Please correct me on any part of this that's not what you meant...

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...code for repeat 911 at 21...
I don't get it. I must not have an aptitude for this. Please spell it out...
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I don't consider this off-topic because I think it's part of understanding the big picture and learning to think outside the box so that we can take control of things...



Okay, you're referring to not having the knowledge symbolized by "ice" is a sin, which is associated by sound with shin, which is the 21st letter of the alphabet. Additionally LI(E) translates to 21 numerically.

Please correct me on any part of this that's not what you meant...



I don't get it. I must not have an aptitude for this. Please spell it out...
Watch this

911 or 9+2 =11 or 9X2 =18=666

11 is judgement or duality collapsing ie twin towers

Now watch 21 turn into 666

21=3 or 111

A 360 degree turn around the clock is 60 minutes

3 times 60 60 60 or 666 or 18 or 9 this is 360 degrees of perception.
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...code for repeat 911 at 21...
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911 or 9+2 =11 or 9X2 =18=666
Where is the 21 in your explanation?
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