Lately I’ve been reading up on Agenda 21 and the ramifications of this U.N. program. For those of you that do not know, Agenda 21 is a United Nations program pertaining to sustainable development. On the surface, it sounds like a feel-good, do-good program to take care of Mother Earth. However, there are some really troubling parts when a person starts reading the actual program. Some items at risk with this program are
- Private Property Ownership
- Single-Family Housing/Homes
- Private vehicle Ownership
- Individual Travel Choices
- Private Owned Farms
There are many others, but these are a few that seem to stick out pretty blatant. The naysayers will hollar, “Conspiracy Nuts!” but then we have to ask, why does it say the aforementioned items (and others) need to be eliminated if it doesn’t mean it? All one has to do is read this program as it is to see for themselves. It’s in the open, in plain view all over the internet.
There are cities and towns throughout American that have adopted this program, one thinks (or at least hopes!) unknowning as to what it actually contains, and some of it is being put into place right in front of our eyes; a town in Oregon is prosecuting a man for collecting rain water! They essentially claim the government owns the rain! There are pretty strong claims that some state government employees in Wisconsin continue to discuss how to effectively bill people for water usage through their own private wells because water should be a government resource. These examples will only increase in number and ridiculousness if we do not make our voices heard to put a stop to this nonsense. Americans need to start banding together and working for the common good of WE THE PEOPLE instead of THEM THE GOVERNMENT. We are the employers; we are the boss; we hire and we fire. Government employees work for us and we damn well better make that known else one day we will wake up just wondering how they were able to place the shackles on us.