Thank you for publishing the series exposing the dangers of the United Nation’s Agenda 21 program (Local Governments for Sustainability). The United Nations Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering and global political control that was initiated at the United Nations Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992. This plan of “sustainable development” views the American way of life as destructive to the environment. History has proven that the best stewards of our environment are decent, law-abiding citizens who own their own property.
According to Alabama’s SB477, its purpose is “to prohibit the State of Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that, without due process, would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owner of the property.” Tennessee passed a non-binding, anti-Agenda 21 resolution in both houses in April, 2012. Eight states introduced Stop Agenda 21 bills this year: Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Tennessee.
There is a pending resolution which has been introduced to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, which will reject the United Nation’s Agenda 21 radical policies and also asks for rejection of any grant monies attached to it. This resolution needs to be passed now.
What can we citizens do about this? Urge the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors to pass the “Exposing United Nations Agenda 21″ resolution and then contact their California State legislators to introduce and pass a bill modeled after Alabama’s SB477.
The cities and counties in El Dorado County need to introduce, co-sponsor and vote for withdrawing and terminating their membership in ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives) now referred to as Local Governments for Sustainability. And the cities and counties need to not only end the membership in ICLEI, but also repeal all ICLEI-recommended laws, ordinances, regulations and zoning codes already enacted.
Former California State Senator