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Posted by gamecocksunlimited on January 19, 2012

B.l. Cozad Jr


Breakdown of UN Agenda 21 implementation: This includes the UN Agenda 21 plan for population reduction. The establishment elite are corrupt elected officials (Dem and Rep alike) in Washington DC have been selling out America for many years. They are traitors to their oath to defend our Constitution, traitors to us, traitors of our children and traitors of America.


Read the full article here:


Social Aspects of Sustainable Development


As early as 1976, the UN adopted a policy relating to land use and population distribution:

“All countries should establish as a matter of urgency a national policy on human settlements, embodying the distribution of population…over national territory. Such a policy should be devised to facilitate population redistribution to accord with the availability of resources.” (Recommendation A.1, HABITAT I, Vancouver).


The Commission on Sustainable Development’s report laments “The U.S. does not have an official population policy…. The U.S. also has no specific policies to modify the spatial distribution of the population.” The report applauds, however, the U.S.’s expenditure of $25 million “on the development of new contraceptive methods,” and the $144 million spent on “all aspects of population research.”


The UN report says that in America, the Department of Health & Human Services operates an Office of Population Affairs (OPA) which serves nearly 5 million people through a network of 4,800 clinics to provide “contraceptive services and supplies.” Moreover, USAID works through the United Nations Population Fund to provide population control assistance in 60 countries. The report says that in America, “policy has shifted from discouraging contraception on the basis of age and marital status to promoting it to all who do not have access to services.”




Education is a key ingredient in the transformation to a sustainable society. The UN Commission on Sustainable Development reports that in America, “the national strategy on education is prepared by the Department of Education and includes such programmes as Goals 2000 and School to Work” (emphasis added). The National Environmental Education Advisory Council to the Department of Education consists of eleven individuals appointed by the EPA Administrator and includes representatives of women, NGOs, and local authorities (visioning councils). The U.S. State Department reported to the UN that:


“At the primary school level, school curricula have already been reviewed and revised, and at the secondary school level, the revision of school curricula is being undertaken currently to address environment and development as a cross cutting issue.”


The State Department also told the UN:


“The U.S. has been involved in several awareness raising programmes and activities aimmed at the population at large (Earth Day, industry supported campaigns, Ad Council, Program KAB, Arbor Day, GLOBE Program, Discovery Channel, National Geographic programmes, CNN, ZooQ, As it Happens, and water clean-up programmes.”


While land use and zoning regulations are still considered to be a matter of local control,


“the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) operates a Land Use Systems Technology Program, and a Sustainable Communities Development System” (emphasis in original). The programs are aimed at “providing overall policy and technical purview of technologies affecting all dimensions of the ecological, land, natural resources, industrial, and development aspects of urbanization.” The report says that “The U.S. played an active role in HABITAT II. USAID’s urban programming approaches promote the principles of sustainable human settlements.” (See cologic, July/August, 1996 for comprehensive reports on HABITAT II).




The transition from free-market agriculture to managed sustainable agriculture is well advanced in America, according to the UN report. Sustainable agriculture is defined in American law (Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990 – 7 USE 3101) to be:


“an integrated system of plant and animal production practices having a site-specific application that will, over the long term, satisfy human food and fiber needs; enhance environmental quality and the natural resource base upon which the agriculture economy depends; make the most efficient use of nonrenewable resources and on-farm resources and integrate, where appropriate, natural biological cycles and controls; sustain the economic viability of farm operation; and enhance the quality of life for farmers and members of rural communities, and society as a whole.”


To achieve sustainable agriculture in America, the U.S. Department of Agriculture works “in concert with the President’s Council on Sustainable Development” to implement several programs such as the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EPUIP), and the Farmland Protection Program, which was created to purchase development rights on up to 137,600 ha of private property. The Conservation Reserve Program has an additional 36 million acres of private property out of production, at least temporarily.




The USDA also funds the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) to provide information and advocacy to NGOs and the public. Other USDA programs in place to promote sustainable agriculture include the Integrated Farm Management Systems; Integrated Pest Management; Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas; and the Alternative Farming Systems Information Center. The Soil Conservation Service has been transformed into the Natural Resource Conservation Service with agents in virtually every county “to assist landowners with resource planning.” A revolving loan fund has been established to assist farmers in becoming sustainable through the development through the development of “non-food, non-feed, non-traditional agricultural products” such as the “manufacture of paper from straw; manufacture of high-quality furniture from low-quality logs; the use of kenaf as a mat for seeding lawn grass making newsprint and fiberboard; and the use of milkweed as a filler for pillows and comforters.”


America’s efforts to achieve Agenda 21’s objectives relating to the atmosphere are rated as “good.” The State Department report to the UN boasts that the EPA, the Department of Energy, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are “full-fledged” members of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development. “The President’s Climate Change Plan includes nearly 50 initiatives…” according to the report. The U.S. supports the “conservation and enhancement” of carbon sinks, which is biomass and forests (bioregions), whether publicly or privately owned. The report boasts that the U.S. spent $31.9 billion on air pollution abatement in 1993.




Interestingly, the Convention on Biological Diversity is described as “signed in 1993, but not yet ratified.” Nevertheless, the report says “Cooperative efforts involving various levels of government and the private sector are underway to implement the biosphere reserve concept in several regions.” The Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Program (SAMAB), and the International Sonoran Desert Alliance, “a cluster of biosphere reserves in northwestern Mexico and Arizona,” are identified as example of implementation of the objectives of Agenda 21. The Nature Conservancy is particularly identified as having “pioneered” biodiversity conservation.


To achieve the objectives of Agenda 21, and the Convention on Biological Diversity, the report identifies several federal initiatives, including: the National Biological Service; Interagency Committee on the Environment and Natural Resources; Interagency Ecosystem Management Task Force, and the Ecosystem Management Initiative.


“Ecosystem management strategies have been adopted by the Department of Interior, Agriculture, Defense, Energy, EPA, and NOAA. In some cases, broad-scale organizational frameworks are being implemented. For example, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in the Department of Interior has defined approximately 50 ecosystem units across the country as a basis for future planning related to sustainable management….”


The report says that USAID provides funding to the Biodiversity Conservation Network, which coordinates NGOs and “private sector partners,” as well as to the Indonesia Biodiversity Foundation, the Mexican Conservation Fund, and a $3 million grant to Conservation International.




B.l. Cozad Jr



While by no means complete, this summary of the United States’ report to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development should put to rest any doubt that the Clinton/Gore Administration is, in fact, deliberately implementing Agenda 21 in America. Where laws have been revised, Congress has not been told that the purpose of the revision is to comply with the mandates of Agenda 21. Where policies can be implemented administratively, Congress is not even consulted. At the state and local level, elected officials are deliberately by-passed until local support can be generated by a “stakeholders” council, led by NGO professionals, funded by the federal government or by foundations in “partnership” with the federal government.


Agenda 21 embraces virtually every aspect of human life; it is being implemented aggressively in the United States. Congress has never examined the totality of the Agenda. Instead, Congress is fed only bits and pieces in the context of “protecting the environment.” The ultimate objective of Agenda 21 is to establish “international norms” of personal behavior that are dictated by a handful of the world’s enlightened elite who believe they know best how people ought to live. The UN Commission on Sustainable Development is not the result of a treaty ratified by the Senate. America participates in the UN organization by Executive Decree. Through the Clinton/Gore Administration, America is actually driving the agenda globally, and making it possible for the UN to dictate, not only in America, but around the world, how all people must live.



B.l. Cozad Jr


The Three Main Objectives of Agenda 21:


Abolition of Private Property

Education for Global Citizenship

Monitor and Control of All Human Activity


Orwell said that if you can control the language and can manipulate key phrases can control policy…sustainable development, wildlands, biodiversity, spreading of wealth, smart growth, alternative transportation, alternative energy. These ideas are delivered to the local community in the form of a comprehensive land use plan.


There are hundreds of thousands of examples of people having their lives destroyed due to this type of regulations.


All political leaders in this country, Democrat and Republicans, are tied to the Agenda 21 policy.


Non-Government Organizations (NGO)


All are certified by the U.N. to implement Agenda 21. I.C.L.E.I. signs contracts with cities around the world, with 1,054 currently signed on. California has 110 I.C.L.E.I. cities.




.I.C.L.E.I. is the most dangerous organization in our country. The cities are now under the control of regional/federal MPOs, Metropolitan Planning Organizations. It’s a whole system of government that most Americans don’t know about. and there is no accountability to the people whatsoever.


Your elected officials are all members of national organizations for mayors, councilmen, supervisors, etc. The APA, American Planning Association, is recognized as a quasi-planning organization that does not look like Agenda 21, yet it and other groups are just as dangerous. It is an NGO, certified by the United Nations to implement Agenda 21. These are both very dangerous organizations.


Agenda 21 is a United Nations Agreement that does not need legislative approval like a treaty, but rather Administrative approval. We have had 4 administrations, Democrat and Republican, who have implemented the policies of Agenda 21. Virtually all grants are targeted at Agenda 21.


Our industries are being closed down, our farms are being shut down, all in the interest of protecting the environment, yet these restrictions don’t apply to China and other countries where the jobs are being shipped off to, so it’s about the redistribution of wealth.


How are they going to move humans off of rural lands? Will they confiscate the farms? They will do it by destroying our currency, by restricting our occupation of the rural lands and force us into the cities where we are easier to manage or perhaps exterminate with the dropping of a bomb or creation of some other disaster or economic hardship like starvation.


Every person running for President (except Ron Paul) is firmly committed to Agenda 21, so we will not win this from the top down “unless we can get him elected”. Our only hope is that the American people will wake up and realize that we need to take control and get rid of all of these extra departments and controls. We must alert our neighbors, family, friends and every one that we can to spread this information as the United Nations has now put the implementation of Agenda 21 in the United States on a fast trac prior to the coming 20th Anniversary of the Earth Summit that will be celebrated at a meeting in June of 2012 in Brazil. At this meeting, the soft policies of Agenda 21 will likely move toward becoming hard law.

Agenda 21 For Dummies


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