Another smear article--this one is in the Casper Wyoming Star-Tribune, November 5, 2012. Rosa spoke in Casper in October 2012, and the city planner and vice mayor put their spin on UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development in the article. Take a look at the article: click here
Now compare it with what Rosa really said.
REUTERS INTERNATIONAL INTERVIEWED ROSA FOR A SMEAR ARTICLE PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 15, 2012. Here is the video interview which was not used by the reporter for his article. Instead he wrote a smear suggesting that we are hysterical fanatics. Read the article here
THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE, PROPERTY AND PROBATE, DID A SMEAR ARTICLE ON UN AGENDA 21 IN THEIR JULY/AUGUST 2012 ISSUE. HERE IS THE REAL VIDEO INTERVIEW.
The Huffington Post did a smear article on UN Agenda 21 on May 17, 2012. Here's the interview
Rosa was interviewed by Andrew Reinbach, Huffington Post columnist for an article on opposition to UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development. Reinbach baited Rosa, put words into her mouth, asked her if she was 'afraid that she would be tarred with the same brush as the John Birch Society', and tried to suggest that zoning and UN Agenda 21 are the same thing. Rosa resisted his efforts to marginalize her and the fight against this blueprint for world inventory and control. At the end of the interview Rosa asked Reinbach if he was recording the interview and when he said he was, she told him that she also was recording it. This is probably why he didn't quote her or mention her in his biased article.
THE NORTHBAY BOHEMIAN NEWSPAPER DID A SMEAR ARTICLE ON ROSA KOIRE ON JUNE 15, 2011. Rosa was videoing and has the entire interview for you here. The article is full of misrepresentations and distortions, and poses our concerns about Agenda 21 as a joke. We think it's notable that the Bohemian requested an interview with Rosa two days after she reported Sonoma County Supervisor Valerie Brown to the California Fair Political Practices Commission for alleged conflict of interest. Supervisor Brown sits on the national board of ICLEI and, at the same time, voted for Sonoma County to pay ICLEI $83,000 to design a greenhouse gas emissions protocol for Sonoma County.