Agenda 21 is an action plan of the United Nations. The UN related to sustainable development and was an outcome of the United Nations conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992.
At its core Agenda 21 is about control. Control over the land, natural recourses, and entire population. It seeks to control the air by regulation of carbon emissions, the ground by sustainable development, and the see through environmental regulations.
Officially stated, Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the United Nation system, governments, and major groups in every area which human impacts on the environment. That means you, because being human will always have an impact on the environment. Agenda 21 paves the way for the extraordinary UN control.
Moreover, the ’21’ in Agenda 21 stands for the 21st Century.
Agenda 21: History Of Development
The whole plan of Agenda 21 was revealed at the UN Conference on Environment and Development, also known as Earth Summit, held on June 13, 1992, where 178 governments voted to adopt the program.
The beginning of the plan stated in 1989, and finalized at this two-week conference.
In 1997, the UN General Assembly held a special session to appraise five years of progress on the implementation of Agenda 21, Rio +5. The Assembly recognized progress as ‘uneven’ and identified key trends including increasing globalization, widening inequalities in income, and continued deterioration of the global environment. A new General Assembly Resolution (S-19/2) promised further action.
After five years, in 2002, The Johannesburg Plan of Implementation, concluded on the World Summit on Sustainable Development, confirmed ‘full implementation’ of Agenda 21.
Later on in 2012, at the same conference, the members reconfirmed their obligation to Agenda 21 in the document ‘The Future We Want.’
Three years later, the Sustainable Development Goals were set. In fact, all goals of Agenda 21 were took, and re-asserted into the basis for sustainable development.
Basic Principles of Agenda 21
There are 40 chapters in Agenda 21that are divided into four main sections:
Section 1: Social and Economic Dimensions
This section deals with poverty, especially for developing countries, changing consumption patterns, promoting health, change population, and installing sustainable settlement in localized decision-making.
Section 2: Conservation and Management of Recourses of Development
This section includes atmospheric poisoning, deforestation, taking control of fragile environments, conservation of biological diversity, biodiversity, control of population, and management of biotechnology, and radioactive wastes.
Section 3: Strengthening the Role of Major Groups.
The section includes the roles of children and youth, women, clubs, groups, organizations, fraternities, local authorities, business and workers, and determining the role of indigenous people in their community, and farmlands sections.
Section 4: Means of Implementation
Implementation includes science, technology, transfer, education, international institutions, and financial mechanisms.
Moreover, if you broke down the plan, Agenda 21 has nine basic tenets:
Move citizens off private land and into urban housing.
Create vast wilderness spaces inhabited by large carnivores.
Eliminate cars and create “walkable” cities.
Support chosen private businesses with public funds for “sustainable development”.
Make policy decision that favor the ‘greater good’ over individuals.
Drastically reduce the use of power, water, and anything else that creates “carbon pollution”.
Use bureaucracies to make sweeping decisions outside of democratic processes.
Increase taxes, fees, and regulations.
Implement policies meant to incentivize a reduced population.
In the various subsections of the Agenda 21 document, the agenda will carried out through a wide range of sub-programs and many acts which would be enacted starting in all of the G8 countries.
Fight Against Agenda 21
Agenda 21 is viewed by the American right as a plan to stealthily impose worldwide centralized control over people attacking private property and energy usage. If you think outside the box, Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering, and global political control.
Ultimately, Agenda 21 is a globalist to empowering an ever tightening stronghold the UN has on the entire world.
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