Sustainable Development/Agenda 21 is an important topic of which every freedom-loving American should be made aware. The tenets of Sustainable Development were enacted as official policy by our federal government in1970 through the National Environmental Policy Act. In 1987 this official US policy was labeled Sustainable Development by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development. In 1992, The United States and the UN met in Rio de Janeiro along with 179 member states to formally endorse the Sustainable Development philosophy. At this conference, commonly known as the Earth Summit, Agenda 21 was adopted. According to the UN.org website, Agenda 21 is “a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts (sic) the environment.”
Under the guise of public benefit, privately owned land is being transformed into human free zones, thereby abridging our God given un-a-lienable rights recognized in the Declaration of Independence. Understanding Sustainable Development-Agenda 21-A Guide for Public Officials states that “Sustainable Development is restructuring our lives and is targeting our children through an educational regime that seeks to develop collectivist attitudes, values, and beliefs. Sustainable Development documents expressly call for the elimination of private property and the freedom that private property supports. It supplants long-standing State laws, and causes irreparable harm to our economy and our society. If individual members of our society do nothing, the continuing loss of liberty will result in increasing social confusion and discord, rising resource shortages, financial decay, and a dimming future for us and our posterity.”
This presentation was sponsored by Concerned Americans of Lee County, AL (CALCAL). The organization has provided the community with educational opportunities, forums for political candidates, and guest speakers since 2008. Our weekly meetings on Tuesday at 7:00 pm in Auburn, AL are guided by national, state and county issues - however lively and spontaneous discussions on current events or historical documents are not uncommon. The Fed is often a topic of great interest. All of our neighbors in Lee, Macon, and Russell counties are welcomed and encouraged to visit with us and participate in our in-house and outreach programs. For further information please, email Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org
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