AGENDA 21: The New World Order?
The Agenda 21 program was developed during the United Nations Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992. It outlines, in detail, the U.N.'s vision for a centrally controlled global society. The contract it provides bind governments from around the world to inventory and control all land, all water, all mineral, all plant, all animal, all construction, all means of energy, all education, all information and all human beings on the planet. At the initial summit, 129 nations officially signed on and more have since pledged their support. The plan will use federal and local authorities and community groups. Chapter 28 calls for each community to formulate its own local Agenda 21 chapter.
Nearly, 12,000 local and federal authorities have legally committed to the contract. These authorities and all their plans and policies must not counteract any part of Agenda 21's contract. Local authorities are audited by U.N. inspectors and the results are posted on the U.N. website. Agenda 21 consists of 115 different and very specific programs designed to facilitate, or to force, the transition to Sustainable Development. This to bring a change in the present system of independent nations. The Agenda is broken up into 8 program areas for action which include: Agriculture, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management, Education, Energy,and Sustainable Economic Development. We encourage everyone to do their own research to find out what is going on at your local, community and state levels.
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