Agenda 21 = Death

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U.N.‘s urban plan­ning pro­gram turns the pop­u­la­tion into mere serfs who are eas­i­ly con­trolled by the gov­ern­ment

July 1, 2014

Signed in 1992 by mul­ti­ple nations, includ­ing the Unit­ed States, the Unit­ed Nations Agen­da 21 Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment pro­gram is an urban plan­ning “action plan” which calls for gov­ern­ment to even­tu­al­ly take con­trol of all land use with­out leav­ing any deci­sion mak­ing in the hands of pri­vate prop­er­ty own­ers.

The over­all intent of Agen­da 21, which can be best described as neo-feu­dal­ism, is to expand gov­ern­ment pow­er at the expense of indi­vid­ual lib­er­ties by mak­ing the pop­u­la­tion more depen­dent on city infra­struc­ture con­trolled by the gov­ern­ment.

Some of the cur­rent urban plan­ning trends of Agen­da 21 include but are not lim­it­ed to:

- The clo­sure of rur­al land for pub­lic use and the ero­sion of rur­al prop­er­ty own­er­ship

- The devel­op­ment of “mul­ti-use” con­dos with the first floor des­ig­nat­ed for busi­ness­es cater­ing to the ten­ants above, encour­ag­ing con­do dwellers to remain close to home much like serfs from the Mid­dle Ages

- The pur­pose­ful lack of easy free­way access in cities which sim­i­lar­ly ensures that res­i­dents nev­er ven­ture far from their neigh­bor­hoods

- The con­struc­tion of expen­sive and inef­fi­cient pub­lic rail sys­tems in cities in order to increase cen­tral­ized gov­ern­ment con­trol while also reduc­ing – and even out­right ban­ning – the use of pri­vate trans­porta­tion such as cars

- The accel­er­at­ed imple­men­ta­tion of toll roads, espe­cial­ly toll roads that dis­cour­age dri­ving by increas­ing prices for trav­el­ing alone or for dri­ving in “con­gest­ed” areas

- Util­i­ties mon­i­tored by “Smart Meters” which can be con­trolled – and shut off – remote­ly by pub­lic util­i­ty com­pa­nies

While Agen­da 21 pro­po­nents con­stant­ly sug­gest that the pro­gram is sim­ply “vol­un­tary,” this is a moot point when so many Amer­i­can cities are already imple­ment­ing Agen­da 21 which clear­ly ben­e­fits the gov­ern­ment at the expense of its cit­i­zens.