Making the Unfamiliar Familiar
Because you don’t participate in local government, you won’t think the terms you are about to read are of any particular importance. How do I know you don’t participate? That’s an easy question for which I have a ready answer: I know you don’t becuase I do and I seldom, if ever, see you. Yeah, yeah, yeah – I’ve heard you say how city council meetings are so boooring. Boring to you? You just don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes.
Try These On For Size
What’s Behind These Terms?
- “If cities can develop in height rather than in width that would be much more preferable and environmentally not as harmful. “ – Michail Fragkias, chief scientist for the UIN’s “Planet under Pressure”
- “We certainly don’t want them (‘them’ is you and me) strolling about the entire countryside. We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together].” – Yale University professor Karen Seto
- “The global environment crisis is, as we say in Tennessee, real as rain, and I cannot stand the thought of leaving my children with a degraded earth and a diminished future.” – Al Gore
- “We know that global climate change is one of the biggest threats of this generation — an economic, environmental, and national security catastrophe in the making. We affirm the science of climate change, commit to significantly reducing the pollution that causes climate change, and know we have to meet this challenge by driving smart policies that lead to greater growth in clean energy generation and result in a range of economic and social benefits.” – 2012 Democrat Party Platform
What Happened to Global Warming?
Real science refutes ‘global warming’ claims. “Climate Change” is the new term. At the end of the day, either term is useful to the cause of global governance – big government. But, wait, you say, Al Gore has huge investments in “green technologies”. Isn’t that correct? He’s a true believer in global-warming-cum-climate-change, right?
Let’s take a look at Al Gore’s company, Generation Investment Management LLP. Gore’s company website says it is focused on “climate change and environmental degradation; poverty and development; water and natural resource scarcity; pandemics and healthcare; and demographics, migration and urbanization.” Herewith is what we learn from SEC filings.
“Generation Investment says it is all about climate change, but it is just a typical investment fund with typical stocks. It has Amazon, Colgate Palmolive, eBay, Nielsen, Qualcomm, Strayer University and a smattering of stocks from biotech and health care. Not one company that makes solar panels, or windmills or biogas or electric cars. Catheters and commercial real estate, yes. Solar panels, no.” – Bill Gunderson, president of Gunderson Capital Management
What can you do? Start off educating yourself on the eight (8) facets of Agenda 21. Attend city council meetings and talk with your city’s planning and zoning department heads.
Is all this Agenda 21 talk just a bunch of right-wing conspiracy jabber? If yes, then it’s also a bunch of left-wing conspiracy jabber – look at the website Democrats Against U.N. Agenda 21
Moving on, let’s mosey over to the official U.N. Website Development section and enter “agenda 21” into that tiny little search box in the upper right-hand corner of the page. This is what the website returned to me on 5 January 2013 at 0645 hours:
Results 1 – 10 of about 41200. Search took 0.82 seconds
41, 200 times the term “agenda 21” is found in various United Nations English-language documents. So, you see, we’re not talking left-wing, right-wing conspiracy jabber. Agenda 21 is out in the open and in your face, but you don’t know. You don’t participate in local government.
There is so much more that can be said about the threats to American liberty, but my desire is to motivate you – Mr. and Mrs. America – to open your eyes, to take personal responsibility and to participate in LOCAL government.
Our republican form of government requires informed voters to elect reliable representatives at every level from city councils to Washington, D.C. Afterward we must hold our elected representatives accountable. Neither of these are possible if you fail to participate.