In 1992 the United Nations Earth Summit was held in Rio De Janeiro and Agenda 21 was born. It outlines, in detail, the UN’s vision for a centrally managed global society. This contract binds governments from around the world to the United Nations plan for controlling the way we live, eat, learn, move and communicate – all under the noble banner of saving the earth. If fully implemented, Agenda 21 will have the government involved in every aspect of life of every human on earth. Agenda 21 spreads its tentacles from governments, to federal and local authorities, right down to community groups.
In 1993, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order #12852, creating a Presidential Council on “Sustainable Development”. This effectively pushed the UN plan into America’s large, churning government machine without the need for any review or discussion by Congress or the American people. The Agenda 21 plan openly targets private property ownership, single-family homes, private vehicle ownership as well as individual travel choices and privately owned farms. Over 600 cities, towns and counties are members of ICLEI (International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives). Do you support your local government agreeing to rules and regulations set up by a UN-based organization that wants private property transferred to government control?
Join us on December 5, 2012 to hear guest speakers Richard Kutas and Greg Gedeon present the facts about Agenda 21, how it has been implemented for the past two decades and what you can do about it.
Enter the raffle for Glenn's new book, Agenda 21. It is personally signed by both Glenn and Pat!
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