Thursday, April 24, 2014

Southern Poverty Law Center Blames Grassroots Activists For Lack Of Agenda 21 Popularity


Agenda 21 is losing public support due to an increase in grassroots efforts to curtail the United Nations program, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the UN Agenda 21 initiative is a voluntary and non-binding action plan which is reportedly focused only on sustainable development.

A total of 178 United Nations countries adopted the Agenda 21 plan in 1992. The global initiative is based upon a program which would in theory abolish poverty and protect “fragile environments” by “properly” managing cities. The United States is a signatory country to Agenda 21. Congressional approval was not required to become a signatory since the plan is non-binding. In America alone, more than 500 large and moderate-sized cities are members of an international sustainability organization that reportedly supports the implementation of Agenda 21.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) report entitled, “
Agenda 21: The U.N., Sustainability and Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory” was recently released to the public. The SPLC contends that support and action on the initiative has slowed down across the country because grassroots activists have embarked on a campaign to thwart Agenda 21 nationwide......Read more at....

My Take - Voluntary and non-binding is a masquerade. Once enough places accept it ....it will be imposed by force. If it was truly voluntary then why is it being pushed so hard by internationalists? Why couldn't these central planners just look over a situation and make a recommendation and then move on. If it really is voluntary, then why do local governments have to pass laws to implement Agenda 21?  That sounds like required….not a suggestion you can ‘voluntarily’ accept or reject! One more thing….who decides what the word “proper” means when managing cities, or anything else for that matter.  It’s always a problem with clarity with the greenies….because they despise clarity for it exposes who they are and what they really want. 

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