reject UN Agenda 21

The Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee will take up two resolutions next week that each condemn and reject UN Agenda 21. These resolutions are, indeed, simply expressions of sentiment by the General Assembly and carry no weight in law. The issue, however, needs to be highlighted since it represents one of the most insidious forms of the approach of what many refer to as “one world government”.

Anyone who doubts the nature of this agenda need simply read the opening paragraph on the UN website for the program.
“Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.” I thought of highlighting the really important words in that sentence, but each one of them expresses the fact that the globalists simply want to invade every organization, elected and otherwise, everywhere in the world and dictate every move you make. They’re not shy about it.

Here are a few examples of the plans that the UN has in store for you. From Chapter 1: “The developmental and environmental objectives of Agenda 21 will require a substantial flow of new and additional financial resources to developing countries….” “Resources”, of course, means your money and the only way anything flows “to” somewhere is if it first comes “from” somewhere—that would be your wallet.

The Agenda, of course, makes the requisite nod to “global warming” which every day is more revealed as a hoax that makes even Bernie Madoff blush. The UN says in Chapter 9 that: “The basic and ultimate objective of this programme area is to reduce adverse effects on the atmosphere from the energy sector by promoting policies or programmes, as appropriate, to increase the contribution of environmentally sound and cost-effective energy systems, particularly new and renewable ones.” The definition of “new and renewable”, as stated in the footnote, is, in part, “solar thermal” and “solar photovoltaic”. When a government promotes (again, with your money) a programme to increase the contribution of new and renewable energy systems, then we get—wait for it—Solyndra.

Agenda 21 goes on for 22 mind-numbing chapters, and I haven’t read them all, but then again I need to keep down three meals a day. The point is that the UN wants your money to move its agenda. The current fear in America is that we have too many politicians, including President Obama, who seem eagerly inclined to accommodate them. A wise man once told me that, “It isn’t a problem until it’s a problem”. Well, it’s a problem.