October 21, 2009
Editors Note: The following excerpt was taken from a 1998 article written by Breit Kjos
Agenda 21, the UN blueprint for global transformation, sounds good to many well meaning people. Drafted for the purpose of creating "sustainable societies", it has been welcomed by nations around the world. Political, cultural, and media leaders have embraced its alluring visions of social justice and a healthy planet. They hide the lies behind its doomsday scenarios and fraudulent science. Relatively few consider the contrary facts and colossal costs.
After all, what could be wrong with preserving resources for the next generation? Why not limit consumption and reduce energy use? Why not abolish poverty and establish a global welfare system to train parents, monitor intolerance, and meet all our needs? Why not save the planet by trading cars for bikes, an open market for "self-sustaining communities," and single dwellings for dense "human settlements" (located on transit lines) where everyone would dialogue, share common ground, and be equal?
The answer is simple. Marxist economics has never worked. Socialism produces poverty, not prosperity. Collectivism creates oppression, not freedom. Trusting environmental "scientists" who depend on government funding and must produce politically useful "information" will lead to economic and social disaster.
UN AGENDA 21
Structure and contents
There are 40 chapters in the Agenda 21, divided into four main sections.
Section I: Social and Economic Dimensions
Includes combating poverty, changing consumption patterns, population and demographic dynamics, promoting health, promoting sustainable settlement patterns and integrating environment and development into decision-making.
Section II: Conservation and Management of Resources for Development
Includes atmospheric protection, combating deforestation, protecting fragile environments, conservation of biological diversity (biodiversity), and control of pollution.
Section III: Strengthening the Role of Major Groups
Includes the roles of children and youth, women, NGOs, local authorities, business and workers.
Section IV: Means of Implementation
Implementation includes science, technology transfer, education, international institutions and mechanisms and financial mechanisms.
Map Of the Wildlands Project:
Red - Off limits to human beings - no resource development, No human activity. If you live there, you won't
Yellow - Areas for MAJOR control of all human activity. If you live there, you won't
Black Dots - Smart Growth zones. That's where human beings are to be "stacked and packed" in small living units along rail tracks. Smart Growth programs ultimately has jobs assigned and children are cared for by the state.