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“Welcome to Agenda 21 (excerpts)”
by Rosa Koire   
December 12th, 2015

What is UN Agenda 21? Perhaps a better question would be, 'What isn't Agenda 21?' That's because, as anti-U.N. Agenda 21 activist Rosa Koire says,

"It is the blueprint, it is the action plan, to inventory and control all land, all water, all plants, all minerals, all construction, all animals, all means of production, all energy, all information and all the human beings in the world. It is a completely comprehensive plan, it's global and it's implemented locally... It is in every single town all across the United States and across the world. It is run by the United Nations via an NGO (Non Government Organization) called 'International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives', commonly known as ICLEI (pronounced Ik-lee), Local Governments for Sustainability".

Global Warming proponents claim that the ‘imminent ecological crisis’ will cause a massive rise in sea level which will drown many of the worlds largest cities and displace hundreds of millions of people. In his “so called” Academy Award winning ‘documentary’ Al Gore claimed that if either the West Antarctic Ice Shelf or the ice sheets around Greenland melt the mean global sea level will rise by 20 feet. Greenpeace claims that global warming will “result in a catastrophic global sea level rise of 7 meters. That would mean the end of Bangladesh, Netherlands, Florida and would make London the new Atlantis.”

However when one begins to strip away at the surface level information provided by global warming experts, peel away at the reporting of the mainstream media news, and see through the political chess games manoeuvring being played by various nations at the annual ecology summits, it becomes clear that the global warming agenda could be one of the most significant initiatives that will help to accelerate a global government by uniting mankind through the fear of imminent disaster. And sitting at the top of this global project for environmental change is an initiative known as Agenda 21.

Some towns and cities in the United States are waking up to the dangerous impact of Agenda 21. In 2013, The Post Sustainability Institute / Democrats Against UN Agenda 21 and Freedom Advocates launched a legal challenge to Plan Bay Area which is an aggressive implementation of UN Agenda 21's "islands of human habitation." It is an all-encompassing land use and transportation plan that regionalizes all 9 counties and 101 cities of the San Francisco Bay Area by limiting new construction to specific locations (only 4% of the land area) and requiring high density development: more apartments and condos on top of shops. If cities want federal and state transportation dollars they will have to agree to this Sustainable Communities Strategies plan.

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