Saturday, March 15, 2014

Agenda 21

Help Bluegrass State and MORE Fight UN
Control, Save American Sovereignty
URGENT ALERT: Kentucky State Senator John Schikel will soon present his anti-Agenda 21 Senate Bill 31 before the full State Senate in an effort to stop the United Nation's Agenda 21 takeover of every facet of our lives.
From how we live to where we live and everything in between – even the length of our showers and our consumption of heating and electricity – is fair game for control under the thumb of U.N. powermongers!
Thankfully, Sen. Schikel realizes the Agenda 21 limitations on liberty are far from some rightwing conspiracy theory but are rather a devious, dangerous re-tooling of government control over our lives. Agenda 21 advances a vast expansion of the already too big government plus bureaucracies that cast international authorities in the U.N. as the overseers of centralized decision-making in OUR communities…
"I don't look at it as a threat, but, we believe, and I believe, and many of my constituents believe that United States officials, Kentucky officials and local officials should be making our environmental laws and making those decisions and not international organizations."
In 2013, we encouraged and supported state-level efforts similar to Kentucky's to HALT the U.N.'s globalist AGENDA 21 in 20 of our States… standing up for freedom against draconian global meddling in our local government, and in our individual liberty.
This is the kind of offensive action we need in ALL 50 States and ON CAPITOL HILL to COMBAT the insidious Agenda 21!
Americans NEED to get their State legislators awake! ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability – is a main Agenda 21 promotion vehicle in state and local government. Touting itself as the world's leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development, "ICLEI is a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities and urban regions, 450 large cities as well as 450 small and medium-sized cities and towns in 84 countries."
Its website says, "ICLEI promotes local action for global sustainability and supports cities to become sustainable, resilient, resource-efficient, biodiverse, low-carbon; to build a smart infrastructure; and to develop an inclusive, green urban economy. The ultimate aim is to achieve healthy and happy communities. We have developed stable, long-term programs to support local-level sustainability and continue to develop innovative new programs to respond to issues of international concern." So much for your LOCAL and STATE autonomy.
ICLEI was founded in 1990 as the 'International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives,' with more than 200 local governments from 43 countries convened at the World Congress of Local Governments for a Sustainable Future, at the United Nations in New York. Its number one mission is the advancement of Agenda 21 "sustainable development and environmental protection policies."

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