UN Agenda 21 is a non-binding agreement signed by 178 nations at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Peru was one of the signatories as was Mexico and all of the countries of Central and South America. Agenda 21 is the agenda for the 21st century and although it is ‘non-binding’ and was not a treaty, all governments made Local Agenda 21 plans and changed their policies and laws to implement Sustainable Development programs. It is a global plan and is implemented locally under many different names, so that it can be difficult to identify. It is a globalization plan designed to ultimately erase jurisdictional, governmental boundaries completely. The plan is an enormous mega-corporate plan covered by the ‘green mask’ of protecting the environment. Major corporations want open borders in order to create, sell, and move goods and personnel across the world without legal impediments. Globalization is the standardization of all systems. Whether the systems are law enforcement, judicial, educational, structural, or governmental, the intent is to remove borders and block the people from representative government. The interim step to full globalization is regionalization. Regionalization installs a layer of bureaucracy that is not answerable to the people and is not elected.
Restrictions on land use are the core of the plan. Every clause of the 300 page, 40 chapter Agenda 21 plan requires data collection and sharing. This is a total information plan that requires systems of surveillance, monitoring, assessment, rating and tracking of the entire planet. There are thousands of individual land use plans around the world but they are all the same plan with different country names and place names on them. Some of the names: Mexico 2030, Plan Panama, Hanoi Center 2030, London 2030, PlanBayArea, Horizon 2067, Centrope, Vision 2050 etc. The plans are paid for with tax money and with grants from foundations and organizations like the Rockefeller Foundation, the Ford Foundation, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, the International Human Rights Funders Group, and many, many others.
The Plan is designed to move people out of the rural areas and into the cities where they can be more easily managed, controlled, and surveilled. The Wildlands Project is the plan for the restriction of resource use. In the North American continent it is planned to reserve 50% of the continent as inaccessible to humans. Hundreds, if not thousands, of non-profit organizations are supporting this plan. Some of those groups are World Wildlife Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council, Sierra Club. They are funded in large part by major grants from huge corporations, and foundations.
The ‘story’ of UN Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development is that it will eradicate poverty and advance the developing world. Population control and reduction is part of the plan. Free sterilization for both men and women is offered in villages throughout Latin America. In order to bring money into developing areas tourism is advocated. Tourism requires the ‘protection’ of places and practices that tourists want to see, but the commercialization of culture carries a social price. In addition, economic development and industry are often not scenic and can be restricted to distant areas so that local jobs are limited.
To get a bit more perspective on the concept of the Wildlands here is an interview with 'anti-anthropologist' Professor Maurice Bloch, as quoted in Eurozine 2/28/2008,
Maurice Bloch: "To that I would add one thing that I think is very important. That is that in Madagascar, the development experts are being replaced by conservationists who wield tremendous power. They are largely motivated by some general kind of ideologies about ecology in the world, about preserving forests or some species, which is obviously a good idea. But what they really want is to have large reserves in places like Madagascar. They want to turn the whole country into a national park. Countries like Madagascar are hugely indebted. And European and North-American countries perform a kind of blackmail, which they call "swapping debt for nature". If you'll have natural parks then we'll drop the debt. And of course, the Malagassy government can't resist. The Malagassy elite are quite happy to have as many natural parks as the wealthy countries like, because the parks bring experts and the experts bring their money. But for the local people, it means that their land is just being taken away. They are not allowed to cultivate their land anymore. And they say, quite rightly, "the land has gone to the Americans". Villagers see their field on the other side of the fence; if they go to their field they will be fined or imprisoned, while they see American or European natural scientists wandering around on it. It's a terrible situation.
"Those anthropologists who work there have denounced very strongly what is going on in ecology. But they find that because of the power and self-righteousness of the ecological discourse, it is difficult to get heard.”
Privatization of natural resources and systems (education, law enforcement, government) is an outgrowth of UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development. The Cochabamba water fight in Bolivia against the Bechtel consortium is an example of the negative aspects of ‘capacity building’ in the lesser developed nations. Privatization of roads, prisons, and schools places for-profit corporations in control and blocks the ability of private individuals to oversee them and opens the way for corruption.
The concept of 'capacity building' pervades UN Agenda 21's 300 pages but out in the world the NGO-driven pretense of developing local economies is masking the real goal: destroy independence and eliminate competition for global corporations.
Here is just one example of methods used to destroy independence and small business:
Thousands of upper and middle class US students who are between the last year of high school and the first year of college are doing ‘community service’ by working with non-governmental organizations. These young Americans are sent to lesser developed countries (LDC's) in order to 'teach' the poor about micro-finance. These high school students have no experience with or specialized information about micro-finance and are themselves financed by parents paying between $10,000 and $45,000 for their third world vacation. In the post-UN Agenda 21 world, sending high school students to 'teach' the poor how to be successful is really about teaching the high school students how to be poor and find it virtuous in the face of their tremendous first-world shame.
What is micro-finance and what is it doing to the poor of the world? Touted as a way to 'empower the poor, women, youth, minorities, indigenous, under-represented etc', micro-finance is extremely popular with non-profit groups acting as the lowest level of bureaucracy of first world governments. These NGOs act to covertly implement foreign policy and the policy of UN Agenda 21. Micro-finance provides small loans directly to small, often one person businesses in order to assist them in getting started. A charming proposal, but what is the reality?
A February 23, 2014 article in the New York Times and February 24, 2012 article in the Business Insider detail just a few of the stories that have filled the news over the last 15 years. All tell of the miserable struggles that rural Indians are facing through small loan defaults. Debt and spiraling interest payments drive these inexperienced borrowers to suicide. In a horrific nod to the feudal era, the families of the borrowers in India, Cambodia, Kenya, Uganda and other countries are responsible for their family-members' debts. Known in pre-twentieth century England as 'entailments,' generational debts are still a devastating crippler of the future across the world. Early American law did away with the entail and ended the practice of chaining future generations to the debt of their ancestors. Present-day micro-finance, pushed by UN Agenda 21 change agents viewing themselves as the saviors of the poor, are destroying fledgling businesses and families across the developing world for generations. Children are born with personal debt---debt that must be paid. For some people suicide seems like the only answer to the tremendous stress in rural areas. According to the NYT article, "the suicide rate for farmers is nearly three times the national average...with global competition and rising costs cutting into their lean profits, their ranks are dwindling."
Universities throughout the world are partners in this plan. Sustainable Development as a concept is woven into every class from kindergarten through graduate school. What is taught is Organizational Management; a method of crafting public opinion. Social pressure is used to block dissent and neutralize those who object to the plan. Young people who enter universities are channeled into studying Sustainable Development and become the bureaucrats who will implement these plans.
The world media is a partner in this plan. You know that your newspapers and other media are controlled by huge mega-corporations that are using propaganda to convince you that this plan is good for you and necessary for the continuing life of the planet. It is important that you think for yourself and ask questions. Here are some questions: Who is behind this ‘local’ plan; Where is the money coming from; Does anything I say make a change in the plan or is it already set even though we are asked for our opinion; This is supposedly our plan but why is it identical to every other plan in the world?) When you encounter people who will attack you for asking these questions you know you are looking behind the green mask. Don’t give up. Insist that your questions be answered.
The UN Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development plan is designed to raise the standard of living of the lesser developed nations and to lower the standard of living of the developed nations. Although people in lesser developed nations may benefit from the ‘green mask,’ ultimately the plan will result in people living in denser city centers dependent on others for their food and water. The level of surveillance that we endure at this time will be greatly increased and standardized under this plan with satellite, 5G, Fusion Centers, international data sharing, biometrics, and, ultimately, social credit scoring. Social Credit Scoring: you will be rated as a human being for your worthiness, and may have your access to food, housing, jobs, and transportation restricted if your rating is low.
We must bring awareness of this plan to the people. This article is far too short to explain the UN Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development plan in detail. We invite you to watch one of my talks which was translated into Spanish so that you can become more informed. The UN became so concerned about anti-Agenda 21 activists that they renamed the plan Agenda 2030, but don’t be fooled: it is the same plan, Agenda 21. Agenda 2030 is a 30 year milestone into the 21st century plan. I believe that we, as human beings, have the ability and the right to live free. You must be careful that you do not assist this plan yourself. When you volunteer for non-profits, or give money, accept grants, join groups, enter agreements, or vote for politicians, you have to do some checking to see if these are related to UN Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development. Take the time to do your research. Do not blindly assume that all non-profits are good, or that every university program is a good one. It’s your job to protect your rights and freedom. All across the world millions of people are becoming aware of the restrictions, manipulations, and dangers of UN Agenda 21 / Sustainable Development.
You are not alone. You are the Resistance.