What is Agenda 21?
Agenda 21, also known as Sustainable Development, was launched by the United Nations at the Earth Conference in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. At this conference some 178 countries signed on including President George H.W. Bush for the US. The following year President Bill Clinton established the Presidents Council on Sustainable Development by executive order. The purpose of this council was to implement Agenda 21, it published it's report "Sustainable America" in 1996.
Agenda 21 is a 40 chapter master plan which specifies in detail how we, the citizens of planet Earth, are to live in the future. All aspects of life are covered. It further specifies how the Agenda is to be implemented.
Original AGENDA-21 (1992) (351 Pages):
Latest AGENDA-21 (2012) (412 Pages):
Never Voted on by the People. Never Passed by Congress.
Instead, it's slipped in piecemeal, by thousands of bureaucrats, in thousands of jurisdictions, via tens of thousands of commissions, councils, study groups, regulations, statutes, "guidelines" and studies.
Those of us who are discovering what's going have been horrified to find out how far along it is, how it has become entrenched and the full scope of its real "agenda."
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