Agenda 21 – The Insidious Corruption Part 1

Agenda 21 – some people may not even know what it is.  Some may know, and may agree with it.

But most of those that have researched Agenda 21 come away from their research appalled by its content and bewildered as to how any sane person could possibly think this mega document based on controlling and exterminating the masses could be so embraced by our politicians.  Let’s look at an overview of what Agenda 21 is about.

The basics of Agenda 21 are as follows:

  • Implement “soft laws” that have been drafted by a group at the United Nations
  • Have all nations of the world sign an agreement to adopt them
  • Ultimately gain control over all natural resources above the ground, on the ground, and below the ground
  • Gain control over all aspects of all peoples’ lives on the planet
  • Adopt a one-world government

Sound like a megalomaniac strategy?  You haven’t heard the least of it.  Although this is a great over-simplification, this is a the basis.  Agenda 21 is of course not initially blatant in its verbiage.  In order to gain the control that the politicians that signed this document want, they could not openly implement something of this magnitude.  They have candy-coated most of the document to make it sound like something we might all want, and that our planet might need.  Then they slowly implement it through regulatory agencies because they do not dare to bring Agenda 21 to Congress to be voted on.  Our politicians have also put a nice “Green” coat of paint on it to help it gain acceptance.  Check out these headings on some of the categories in the document:

“2. International cooperation to accelerate sustainable development in developing countries and 
related domestic policies 2.1 – 2.43
3. Combating poverty 3.1 – 3.12
4. Changing consumption patterns 4.1 – 4.27
5. Demographic dynamics and sustainability 5.1 – 5.66
6 Protecting and promoting human health conditions 6.1 – 6.46
7. Promoting sustainable human settlement development 7.1 – 7.80
8. Integrating environment and development in decision-making”

On the surface this all sounds really great.  It is when you start to dig into the document that you see how they wish to implement their ideas that the really scary part comes.

Let’s have a look at “soft laws”.  The first question that comes to mind is what they are.  Soft laws are laws that are designed to be fluid in their interpretation.  Laws that can be changed by the person implementing the law.  They are not true laws because they are not voted on, but are more like regulations that are imposed against our will.  These soft laws were signed into being in 1992 by then-president George H.W. Bush.  The agreement that Bush signed started the implementation for the United States, and although Agenda 21 has changed names over and over to avoid publicity for what it really is, the powers that be have been feverishly pushing Agenda 21 through all the regulatory agencies since 1992.  Remember Bush senior’s famous speech where he talked about a “New World Order”?  Agenda 21 is key to bringing it about.

In the next installment we will explore the implementation and how the tentacles of Agenda 21 are slithering through our regulatory system.  We will also talk about the different names that Agenda 21 goes under to avoid public scrutiny of this un-Constitutional and horrendous concoction of immorality.

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