The Heartland Institute wrote a short article that describes the many methods being used to take private property, has examples, and why.
This article by George Russell describes the amount of money the United Nations spends to promote their global agenda.
In another article he explains the UN's agenda to use corporatism to infuse it's objectives into the world, and how the UN is unable to monitor its current waste of money.
"The campaign is also a major step forward in a burgeoning U.N. strategy of becoming a global social-services middleman--harnessing its bureaucratic and inefficient blue-and-white brand to grass-roots networks of local businesses, governments, charities and other non-governmental organizations around the globe, and embedding the world organization, its goals and objectives more deeply into the international social and economic fabric."
"...the new Partnership Facility “ is designed to enhance the capacity of the United Nations to engage in partnerships to help the Organization deliver on its goals and mandates.”
"The SDGs are likely to aim at even more dramatic measures of global income distribution to eradicate “extreme” poverty, provide energy access, water and food to the world’s poorest people, and meet other U.N.-defined social development goals." ..."and social restructuring over the next decades."
"...it is a method to harness the global private sector—and its money-- to the U.N.’s vision and goals."
“...to forge more just, peaceful, tolerant and inclusive societies;”
The United States needs to leave the United Nations. These are the hallmark's of Agenda 21.
One frustration for the UN and Agenda 21 is taking control of all water in the United States. In previous posts it was noted that several attempts have been made and that the Army Corps of Engineers sat down with the UN in order to figure out how to take control of our water.
The EPA, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Bureau of Land Management have come up with a new idea under the Clean Water Act that will take control of all water including water on private land, and water needed for farming, grazing, and energy.
WND has a nice article that explains what they are trying to do.
It cannot be emphasized enough, the UN has accelerated the goals of Agenda 21 with the full support of BHO and his abuse of regulatory agency authority. All of these regulations are bypassing Congress and your representative, who seem to continue to sit by and do nothing to stop this agenda. It may be that we will have to take a stand much like Bundy to get this stopped.
Fortunately, the stand off at the Bundy Ranch ended with the decision by the BLM to back off. There has been much speculation as to the real reason for the escalation of this site, one frequently cited was the alleged back taxes owed by Bundy. Reports also include that he has paid these taxes to the state of Nevada. Another speculation is that Harry Reid was involved in a deal to build a Chinese solar plant in that area.
The bottom line is that regardless of which point is accurate, they all meet Agenda 21 objectives to force us off private property and take over all resources. From corporatism with Reid, to over taxation putting ranchers out of business, to globalizing American soil with foreign countries, and forcing humans off land to protect a species through regulations.
But there is one other striking reality. Water. The UN has struggled on how to gain control of this resource as covered in previous posts. The most recent efforts led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to take control of all "wetlands" in the U.S. effectively wanting every drop of water on private land. Here is an interesting article on this very subject by the American Thinker.
Unless we, as Americans, begin to stand our ground as Bundy did, there is a possibility of increasing events of this nature, the feds coming in with their assault teams. The time is now for states to take the necessary action and take back their sovereignty. This is not the first round for Nevada, it happened once before in 2004, stretching the litigation to 2012, when the BLM and US Forest Service were found guilty. A "travel management plan" has also been considered to restrict our use of the Owhyee area. And instead of the turtle, we now have the sage grouse as the excuse to prohibit use of land.
Idaho needs to wake up, we need a governor and representatives who will create laws that protect us from a Nevada style ambush, and get the feds off our land and out of our state.
The Heartland Institute has an article on Agenda 21, various methods that are being used to take control in the United States, and on topics covered in this site. It is encouraging that more Americans are becoming aware of this problem and why efforts need to be made to stop the influence of Agenda 21 and the United Nations in our lives. Take the time to learn more about Agenda 21 and share this information with everyone that you know.
Here are some other links at Heartland for more information.
Thanks to Tom Dale, previous Nampa mayor, it looks like Nampa is now going to suffer the consequences of another public-private partnership. Prior to his exiting office, Mayor Dale promoted building a new public library in downtown Nampa. The now restructured Nampa Development Corporation, chose the Gardner company, without putting any bids out, to build the library. The Gardner company is responsible for the massive construction going on in downtown Boise.
The Gardner company is actually connected to the United Nations (UN). On the link you will see that it is "LEED" certified. LEED is actually a program of the US Green Building Council, which is a UN NGO. The Gardner company is also responsible for promoting human settlement concepts in their planning such as high density housing, mass transportation, biking & walking to services, all human settlement concepts.
Chapter 31 of Agenda 21 calls for:
31.4.b Promote regional cooperative mechanisms to address regional needs for sustainable development. Such regional cooperative mechanisms could be facilitated through public/private partnerships.
Now, the Gardner company has decided to take advantage of a convenient escape clause in the contract to back out of finishing the development of retail space that is part of the library complex. In doing so they have apparently made out with some extra money according to the Idaho Press Tribune and Idaho Statesman. So, Nampa citizens are now bearing the cost of another public-private partnership debacle.
With the newly restructured Nampa Development Corporation, now managed by only Nampa city council members, hopefully future projects will not be mismanaged and more accountability to the taxpayers will be accomplished. And, let's hope there will be no more deals made with the UN connected Gardner company. Let's hope Mayor Henry will support local Idaho businesses for future developments.
If you have any doubt about Agenda 21's intent to globalize you may be interested to know that the United States Department of Education entered into a memorandum of understanding with Russia for that very purpose.
This article by the Independent Sentinel provides more specifics. Be sure to note the objective similarities to Common Core.
And here is the G8 summary.
This website is non-partisan and is solely dedicated to removing the harmful controls placed on our state and nation through Agenda 21 and its associated programs. We invite all Idahoans to join us in this fight for freedom!