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Below is a compilation of 14 frequently asked questions and Freedom Advocates' responses.
Your instincts are correct. Agenda 21 is world-wide and has infiltrated every town in America and many others across the globe.
Most Agenda 21 programs give lip service to positive sounding words and programs that in reality are bad for us. In order to understand and counter this deception, it is beneficial to study all parts of this website and continue to research the issues further. Articles are broken down into various categories and give examples of Agenda 21 at work. They also lead you to other excellent researchers and reporters on the subject. There are PowerPoint slides, speech transcripts with up to date local examples, and videos as well.
The Research Center is rich in original documents including the Agenda 21 1992 United Nations book for you to freely use as a research tool. Familiarize yourself with our Neighborhood Tools, Free Downloads , the vast radio shows and the Store. Use the Freedom Advocates website search box to find information on specific topics.
Begin sharing the information with others. Small gatherings and pot luck meals are good ways to bring people together.
If it is a Comprehensive Plan (CP), you can be certain it is Sustainable Development, Agenda 21. In fact one Agenda 21 operator had this to say:
“Participating in a U.N. advocated planning process would
very likely bring out many… who would actively work to defeat any elected
official… undertaking Local Agenda 21/Sustainable Development. So we call our
process something else such as ‘comprehensive planning’, ‘growth management’ or
Review the CP documents and assess whether it is in compliance with "sustainable" objectives. One can identify and understand the warm and fuzzy terms and review the CP in the context of Sustainable Development values which include increasing fees, rules and regulations regarding private property and human behavior.
Hold informative special events, even if it is with a small group. Consider a speaker or show DVDs that are designed to inform others.
Approach other groups but realize that most national and international organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, National Farm Bureaus, etc. advance Agenda 21 principles. Truly grass-roots organizations will be your best avenues for success.
Attend City Council meetings, school boards, County Commissioner meetings, etc... and speak up. Even if the officials do not react favorably, your message will be heard by the audience. If broadcast by TV or internet then a broader public audience will also hear the message. Your important statements and documents should become part of the public record.
Start by studying the ICLEI Primer and ICLEI - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. We have many other articles, videos, radio shows and materials as well. For more, go to the Freedom Advocates website search engine and type in: ICLEI.
People are using one or a combination of the following approaches:
1. Public Awareness via personal presentations and localized websites. The Colorado Plains serves as a good example. Click here for more information.
2. Inform elected officials on the nature of and long term effects of ICLEI involvement, including information regarding the constitutional prohibitions. Watch videos of people speaking out here.
3. Engage in the public initiative process with legislative provisions outlawing ICLEI and cleansing ordinances of Agenda 21 provisions. There are some in the works. See an example from Spokane, WA here.
Agenda 21 is often funded at the local level by federal agencies including the EPA, HUD, Department of Energy, Department of Education, Department of Transportation, Fish and Wildlife, Department of Agriculture, etc. Free money is not free. There are always strings attached.
Yes, Sustainable Development, Agenda 21 commands a one world religion based on "Gaia" (earth worship) through the values of the Earth Charter.
A large number of churches have adopted community organizing as the strategy to implement the action plan of Sustainable Development. Many clergy have been drawn to community organizing because of the lures of "social justice," which is very different from the American principles of "equal justice."
The churches that have succumbed to the doctrine of "social justice" have forged a world-wide movement of interfaith organizations, some operating under an ecumenical concept. These groups often influence City Hall and use aggressive tactics to advance Agenda 21 programs.
The word triggers confusion among different audiences because capitalism has come to mean an economic system that is designed to advance multi-national corporate interests and partnerships between business and government rather than free-enterprise. These partnering corporations and businesses are the ones that are advancing Sustainable Development around the world today.
The evolving definition of words is also part of the take down as foretold by George Orwell in his novel, 1984. Click here
for further reading.
The main mechanisms for Agenda 21's advance are the current monetary system coordinated through the Bank for International Settlements and trade policy dictated by the World Trade Organization. If not stopped they will transform humans into livestock (Agenda 21).
The United Nations’ Agenda 21 Sustainable Development is a movement. The commitment was coordinated by the following:
2) Thousands of NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations) are accredited by the United Nations for purposes of implementing Agenda 21 Sustainable Development.
5) Private foundations including Pew, MacArthur, Packard, Carnegie, Mellon, Turner, Rockefeller, Soros, Gates, Tides, Community Foundations and many others are also financing Agenda 21 Sustainable Development objectives.
Q11. Can you give me solid proof that Imagine Cities are tied into ICLEI/Agenda 21? A group has started this where I live, and I am concerned. They are using the same language and terms, but it is hard to nail it down. Are there other cities that have started Imagine, and then applied for ICLEI?
The term communism is not descriptive of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development yet the judicial thesis of Agenda 21, social justice, is substantially communist in nature. However, the economic system of Agenda 21, public (government) private partnership, is corporatist or fascist – certainly not communist. Some argue that the corporatist achievements are then planned to morph humans into a classless slave or serf society.
we started addressing this word we substituted the word collectivist or communitarian
for communist. It does not cause the same trigger reaction and people
are sometimes curious as to what it means so it makes for an opening
into further discussions.
Today the world is threatened by a totalitarian dictate as the social policy of the Bolsheviks is coupled with the economic policy of Hitler’s Germany. The result is a war on reason and a planned fall of civilization. This is the threat of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development.
Q14. Where does Agenda 21 address population reduction?There are three main documents that direct the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda 21 program, including the approximately 1150 page Global Biodiversity Report which was issued at the same 1992 Rio Earth Summit Conference where Agenda 21 was unveiled. The other core documents are the Earth Charter and the actual Agenda 21 document.
Here's the link to page 773 of the Global Biodiversity Assessment Report:
and also some general info on the population reduction statement and related documents:
The Global Biodiversity Assessment Report put out by the United Nations, page 773, calls for a population reduction to 1 billion people. (An exception is provided: if the world is de-industrialized, a peasant population of 4- 5 billion is to be allowed)
The UN’s Global Biodiversity Report states:
“Population growth has exceeded the capacity of the biosphere”
“It is estimated that an “agricultural world in which most human beings are peasants, should be able to support 5 to 7 billion people”
“In contrast, a reasonable estimate for an industrialized world society at the present North American material standard of living would be 1 billion”
The global biodiversity report also makes numerous calls for the abolition of private property by calling for such things as the elimination of suburban housing, ski resorts, golf courses, and much, much more. Freedom Advocates' article entitled "What is Unsustainable?" now has scanned copies of the direct pages from the Biodiversity Assessment book.