The United Nation’s Agenda 21 pushes a fascist policy
Agenda 21 has raised many eyebrows, and for good reason. What is Agenda 21? What does it mean for my freedom? What does it mean for my country’s future?
Agenda 21 is a voluntarily sustainability planning program of the United Nations which offers suggestions for sustainable development on a local and global scale. Over 170 countries voted to sign on to the program at the United Nations Earth Summit in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro.
The United Nations describes Agenda 21 as “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.”
Basically, this allows the United Nations to control everything in every corner of the earth. When you break down the statement above, it refers to every area in which human impacts on the environment. Where exactly do humans have an impact the environment? Well, everywhere.
Agenda 21 also has a scheme to redistribute wealth throughout the world. While promoting continual growth and sustainability, more money will be taken from the developed and wealthy countries, and handed over to poorer countries.
The United Nations states that Agenda 21 “will require a substantial flow of new and additional financial resources to developing countries in order to cover the incremental costs for the actions they have to undertake to deal with global environmental problems and to accelerate sustainable development.”
So the United Nations plans to accelerate sustainable development while redistributing wealth, but what is behind this sustainable development and what does it even mean?
The United Nations has described sustainable development as development that meets the needs of the present without comprising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Basically, they want to power to approve or decline anything and everything you or your country plans to do, just to make sure it’s for the good of the collective. Your individual thoughts, plans, intentions don’t matter; it’s all about the prosperity of the future global society.
Does anyone else think this sounds a lot like George Orwell’s 1984? The more we learn about Agenda 21, the more it starts to sound like a plan for absolute control.
Agenda 21 has the power to determine where you are allowed to live and what certain areas of land are to be used for. This is not decided by your local government, but by the United Nations.
One of the objectives of Agenda 21 is to “provide for the land requirements of human settlement development through environmentally sound physical planning and land use so as to ensure access to land to all households and, where appropriate, the encouragement of communally and collectively owned and managed land.”
So, Agenda 21 would control all land, water, and natural resources. You may as well add humans to the list as well. They plan on creating areas for human-dense mega cities, and areas forbidden for humans, specifically set aside for nature.
Why is this an issue? It’s all about control and influence, even on a micro-level. They are not only controlling governments, they are bypassing the governments and coming straight for the people.
If you thought Agenda 21 sounded dubious, wait until you hear about the 2030 Agenda. At the end of September 2015, the United Nations will launch the 2030 Agenda at a major conference in New York.
Although promoted as a new universal Agenda for humanity; focusing on climate change, economics, gender equality health and other issues, it sounds more like a master plan to control the whole planet.
The messaging around “climate change” and “sustainability” are a façade for the limits they want to place on our freedom and our ability to make our own decisions. Apparently humans are incapable of weighing up how our decisions will impact the new collective global society.
This move towards new world order has many people worried. The 2030 Agenda states, “all countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan”. Doesn’t sound like we have a choice do we? That is surely something to be worried about.
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