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Self-marginalization is not the way of the freedom fighter







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By Kathleen Marquardt
4, 2012

In part I, I gave you the first half of the overview of Agenda 21. This is part 2 of the overview. Keep in mind that it is just an overview; I will expound upon the key aspects in later articles.

In order to build a sustainable global community, the nations of the world must renew their commitment to the United Nations, fulfill their obligations under existing international agreements, and support the implementation of Earth Charter principles with an international legally binding instrument on environment and development. The Earth Charter

As Tom DeWeese puts it, “The fact is, Agenda 21 is a blueprint to completely change our society to a top-down planned central economy in a strange mixture of Socialism, fascism and corporatism. This is a political movement led by those who seek to control the world economy, dictate development and redistribute the world’s wealth. They use the philosophical base of Karl Marx, the tactics of Adolph Hitler, and the rhetoric of the Sierra Club.”

The next order of business for the globalist was to convince the general public that the fate of the world was at stake, that we had to do something right now and that “something” would require us to not only give up our standard of living but would have us give up our basic freedoms. But what could they come up with to achieve all this -- a big order even for the Maurice Strong's, Al Gore's and George Soros' of the world.

In the past we were hit with everything from a new ice age to global food shortages and starvation. But those dire threats didn’t pan out; not enough people were willing to swallow the Kool Aid yet. But all those New Age forecasters were not ready to give up on scaring the bejesus out of us. How else would they achieve their ends? Heidi and Alvin Toffler, John Naisbitt, Amatei Etzioni, with the Club of Rome and the Rand Corporation among others, have been looking for that exact universal scare to make us beg them to take control of the world; to have people crying, “just protect us.”

And what did they come up with? A biggie. Environmental Armageddon. Stop everything you are doing and the world might be able to correct itself; go on using natural resources and we doom not only ourselves but the entire rest of the world. What could be better? Put on your hair shirt, get rid of your middle class home and become one with the earth, i.e., throw out God and turn to Gaia worship and then maybe, just maybe, the globalists can steer us into a safe harbor of post-carbon existence. (Note that we will be living in a post-carbon world, but the globalists will still be using carbon because they have to live comfortably so they can better rule over us. Like other extremists i.e. communists and animal rightists, as soon as they get the world in control {set up Utopias,free the animals} they will then join us in the post-carbon nightmare. In their dreams.)

Do you doubt what I am saying, then consider this quote by Alexander King, co-founder of the Club of Rome: “In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill…All of these dangers are caused by human intervention…the real enemy then, is humanity.”

Do these scenarios sound familiar? Water shortages, famine, global warming -- all in the news daily; all to make humanity the enemy of Mother Earth, Gaia. We are constantly being bombarded with news stories (like the threat of global warming) that make man the evil doer, a cancer on the face of the earth in spite of evidence to the contrary.[1]

Now that the globalists have decided how to make this “wrenching transformation of society” according to Al Gore, they have been moving quite swiftly and efficiently. The transformation is to get humans first out of the rural areas, then out of the suburbs, and when they have us in the human settlement areas, to reduce our numbers by civil unrest, natural attrition, and eventually starvation. How will this come about?

In conjunction with NGOs (Non-governmental Organizations affiliated with the United Nations) as well as corporations and private individuals, our state and federal governments are working to promulgate rules, regulations, fees and taxes that trickle all the way down to the smallest town, community and individual citizen.

Our local bureaucrats are either ignorant (or pretending to be) of the fact that this is all coming down from above -- from the mighty UN and the global elite. They, the bureaucrats, tell us that they are just working hard to design a template for our future, creating the necessary planning that will take us and our progeny into the next century with sustainability for even future generations and centuries. They claim that none of what they are doing has anything at all to do with the UN; that they are coming up with these cityscapes with stack-em and pack-em housing connecting to public transportation on their own. They claim any talk to the contrary is just the claptrap of right wing radical conspiracy theorists; they figure if they tell this lie often enough, as Nazi Joseph Goebbels said, people will believe it and drink the Kool Aid.

People are waking up to the dishonesty and collusion, enough so that the powers-that-be, the NGOs and the global elite, are having to rename things to try to hide them again. Consider this quote from J. Gary Lawrence, a planner for the city of Seattle, and an advisor to the President’s Council for Sustainable Development: “Participating in a U.N. advocated planning process would very likely bring out many…who would actively work to defeat any elected official…undertaking Local Agenda 21. So we will call our process something else, such as “comprehensive planning,” “growth management,” or “smart growth.”

Do you see what I mean?

In his new Sustainable Development Manual, Tom DeWeese pulls these quotes from the UN’s Our Common Future: Sustainable Development involves “. . . a progressive transformation of the economy and society (p.43), . . . international interdependence (p. 47), . . . redistribution of wealth (p.50), . . . less material and more equitable growth (p.50-52), . . . ensuring a sustainable level of population (p.55), . . . merging environment and economics in decision making (p.62), . . . and a new ethics that will include the relationship between man and nature above all (p.71). Clearly there is more to Sustainable Development than good stewardship of natural resources.[2]

Put that all together and it equals what we so-called conspiracy theorists have been saying all along: this is a plan to control every aspect of our lives, economic, environmental, spiritual, educational, reproduction. The state will not only be in our pocketbooks and our bedrooms, but in our schools and churches. They will decide what foods we can eat (food-sheds), if we can have children, how much education each child will be allowed, how much space we can inhabit, and what we will worship -- Jehovah or Gaia or something else entirely.

So how is Al Gore’s wrenching transformation going to transpire?

There are five paths being used to transform America from the land of the brave to the pen of the slave, they are:

For the rural areas it’s the Wildlands Project.

For the cities it’s smart growth.

In business it’s Public/Private Partnerships.

In government it’s called stakeholder councils and non-elected boards and regional government – or reinvented government.

And in the schools it is called No Child Left Behind.

Wildlands Project

Dave Foreman, formerly of the Wilderness Society and the Nature Conservancy, first dreamed up Earth First!, the club of eco-terrorists, then decided to play “grown up” and along with Arne Naess (Norwegian deep-ecologist), drew up the plans to re-wild North America. I say that he was playing at being grown up because no sane, reasoning person would want to take civilization back to a primitive stage.

The Wildlands Project literally calls for the “re-wilding” of 50% of all the land in every state – back to the way it was before Christopher Columbus set foot on this land.

In 1983, when Foreman first dreamed up the scheme for the Wildlands Project, he said: “It is not enough to preserve the roadless, undeveloped country remaining. We must re-create wilderness in large regions: move out the cars and civilized people, dismantle the roads and dams, reclaim the plowed lands and clearcuts,-- reintroduce extirpated species.”

In order to re-wild America, the people must go somewhere else. They must be driven from their farms and rural homes (and even cabins) and crammed into cities, in Newspeak, human settlements. Human settlements is a much more descriptive word for the globalists plans than cities, as cities as we know them will be mutated into holding areas for great numbers of human beings. (See Smart Growth below.)

The Wildlands Project (the product of a very disturbed mind, as I intimated before) actually became the blueprint for the UN’s Biodiversity Treaty. So now we have an eco-warrior’s sick idea of Utopia becoming the prototype for international re-wilding of the world and it has the power of law.

And what kind of person gleefully says, “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrial nations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?” That was Maurice Strong basically praising Foreman’s folly at the Earth Summit.

Smart Growth

The second path to Sustainable Development is Smart Growth. According to the Wildlands map, certain areas have been designated as human habitat areas; those are the larger cities of our country. You might want to look human habitat areas this way: it is rather like at a zoo. Creatures are penned and other creatures are free to roam and look at the penned creatures; this time it will be humans in the pens and the animals having the run of the country.

There are many ways in which the globalists are achieving this scenario. One was the U.S. Conference of Mayors in San Francisco. On June 5 (World Environment Day), 2005, two documents - the "Green Cities Declaration" and the "Urban Environmental Accords" - were presented. Every mayor in attendance signed them. The two documents are part and parcel of the United Nations’ Agenda 21. The first is the declaration that the mayors of all the cities of the United States and the world are going to be the implementers of Agenda 21. The second explains how it will be implemented, closing with the statement “The goal is for cities to pick three actions to adopt each year.” (more about this in a future article)

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Smart Growth cities have stack-em and pack-em housing often connected to public transportation; there will be no garages or parking lots other than for bicycles. Yes, I said connected. Often a train line comes right under the building. You can see examples of this in Seattle, Portland, Oregon and San Francisco. We once thought that living near a freeway or railroad was undesirable. I still do, but it is in the plans for all of our futures -- railroads that is, freeways must go the way of the dinosaur because in Newspeak, “think elevator not automobile when you think of transportation to work.” That is, you will be riding the elevator up from your living quarters to your work in the dream (nightmare) world of Sustainable Development.

All this seems overwhelming and you want to holler, “stop, enough.” Regretfully there is more. In part 3, I will finish up the overview of Agenda 21/Sustainable Development and then will go into more depth on the important areas of A21 and bring in other relevant pieces of the puzzle. For part one click below.

Click here for part -----> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,

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1. Simon, Julian, The Ultimate Resource, Princeton University Press, 1981. p. 45. “Environmental, resource, and population stresses are diminishing, and with the passage of time will have less influence than now upon the quality of human life on our planet. These stresses have in the past always caused many people to suffer from lack of food, shelter, health, and jobs, but the trends is toward less rather than more of such suffering. . . . Because of increases in knowledge, the earth’s “carrying capacity” has been increasing throughout the decades and centuries and millennia to such an extent that the term “carrying capacity” has by now no useful meaning.”
2. DeWeese, Tom. Sustainable Development Manual/Stop Agenda 21, p.122

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Kathleen Marquardt has been in the freedom movement since before it was called that. She was founder and chairman of Putting People First, a non-profit organization combatting the animal rights movement. Her book, AnimalScam: the Beastly Abuse of Human Rights, was published by Regnery in 1993. Kathleen has been Vice President of American Policy Center since 2000 and is the Agenda 21/Sustainable Development expert for Rocky Top Freedom Campaign. She is a contributing writer and researcher for Freedom Advocates.





People are waking up to the dishonesty and collusion, enough so that the powers-that-be, the NGOs and the global elite, are having to rename things to try to hide them again.