Posted by Julie on 08/12 at 09:59 PM | #
People in Alabama are very much awake. They recently passed a state law forbidding participation in Agenda 21.
Posted by Ann on 08/06 at 09:52 PM | #
Kelly, I second the comment by H. Parke
The “Progressives” are hitting the people from so many directions that they are getting “punch drunk”. The sad part is that there are so many, especially in the fourth estate, who are willing to go along with those who are systematically destroying their freedom.
I remember how during the Kennedy administration the druggies were taken off the streets and installed in the EPA, PCA, the DNR and the Parks department. And the people wonder how those departments have gone so far astray. I don’t.
If our founding fathers were to be resurrected in this nation at this time, I think that they would at first stand there in total unbelief to see what has been done to the Constitution by the “courts”, and the loss of the Constitutionally limited Republic they gave us, then they would puke. Following that, they would do their utmost to try to bring Freedom back into vogue.
It is disconcerting to see how the miscreants have been able to lead so many down their primrose path leading to the Abyss, but thankfully there are the few who know history and also pay close attention to the machinations of the miscreants and do their best to awaken the GDP (Generally Deceived Public) to the fact that they are being systematically enslaved.
Posted by JohnMinn on 08/06 at 05:55 AM | #
So many people saw this coming and have been 'ignored' by not presenting their works in school. Everyone needs to read (or re-read) 1984. It was all laid out in 1949 by George Orwell.
Posted by oldfart on 08/06 at 04:25 AM | #
I grew up camping, hunting and fishing in the great outdoors..It is an inherent part of my spiritual existence. I don't talk to God much on a walk throught the woods but I do find spiritual renewal and healing. Hence, I find myself in sympathy with the goals of Agenda 21. How long will it be before the world is one big India,China,Pakistan... I can no better explain the benefits of wild lands to a city slicker than I can explain the value of Sunday worship to a non-believer.
Most areas of the United States have problems with noxious weeds. Therefore, it isn't possible at this point to just let nature do its thing. Native plants are replaced with non-native species that destroy the food base for the prey species. We all know how liberals feel about herbicides, so the whole idea cannot be implemented without the aide of man, which makes it a zoo and not a wilderness.
My sympathies lie with the left and their grand notions. My reality is grounded in personal liberty. If the left would work harder at inspiring us and less on conspiring against us I might even support some of their whacky notions.
Posted by edable on 08/06 at 12:42 AM | #
Great column. The program is well under way through the Nature Conservancy that attempts to (and are very successful) have ranchers and farmers, etc. donate their land upon their deaths to their sinister organization. Many times, nothing is done with the land, leaving large areas of good grazing and farmland to go unused. No wonder food prices are rising. Outing the Nature Conservancy would make a fantastic Chapter 2 to your original column.
Posted by Brian B. on 08/05 at 05:05 PM | #
Your column is so well written, and so full of important, accurate information. Thank you.
Posted by H. Parke on 08/05 at 04:56 PM | #
Oddly enough, I was looking at some of the "world saver" sites this morning including the un biodiversity site. Tying these in with the wildlands project and earth island institute is alarming to say the least. People are so unaware of what is being done to them that it is truly frightening. The Aichi biodiversity targets for 2010-2012 should be brought to the public's attention since it easily explains their goals and objective. Exposing these horrific plans should be a priority to somebody. When I mention these types of things to people they look at me like I must be nuts. People need to wake up and understand that all this "sustainable" talk is basically going to get them all living in compounds sooner or later. I fear for my grand kids and the uncertain future if nobody does anything. Slippery slope in action.
Posted by Bill on 08/05 at 10:34 AM | #
Rewilding Network—Saving Globe Through Big Wilderness: Another UN Agenda 21 Hoax
Posted by Kelly OConnell on Aug 7, 2012 at 06:22 PM
Will Reanimation of Extinct Large Carnivores Drive Humans From Western USA?
Attempts to fathom the United Nation’s “Sustainable Development” program Agenda 21 mean continually peering behind the facade of a thousand “harmless” organizations and programs. This because Agenda 21 is ostensibly socialist dogma seeking creation of world collectivist hegemony on land use, human population size, capitalism and consumption of electricity and water. Since transparent socialism was unable to ever attract a majority in America, these programs must always fly below the radar.
Ironically, Agenda 21 is itself transparently directed towards extreme remedies for the “problem” of mankind. Such ideas as reducing human populations and relocating them near industry, while revoking property ownership rights are the remedies proposed for humanity’s errors. In particular “re-wilding”—or returning huge tracts of land to pristine status while restoring all former animal groups—is one of the most dramatically anti-human ideas ever conceived, defined by one author:More...
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