Retrieved by Pat Darnell | Nov 14, 2012 | Bryan TX
Agenda for the 21st century:: Everyone everywhere today is asking 'So, what's the Plan?'
But did you know about in the 1990's the UN was making plans for all who might be asking. It is a bonafide piece of work signed by 178 world leaders, in 1992, called the Agenda 21 -- referring to the 21st Century -- at the UN Conference on Environment and Development, UNCED, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,... " aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but also for generations to come." Signed by Pres George H W Bush here in the USA.
Two words stand out from the preambles of the documentation and plans from the 'voluntarily signed Agenda' -- Sustainable Development. That seems to imply 'everything besides fossil fuel developments.'
Who might be asking today in 2012 for a plan? That would be the millions of people who participated in the 'revolutions' all through the Muslim Dictatorships, and those of us who just participated in our 2012 national election. We all in fact should be asking: What is the Plan, now?
When you Google around for Agenda 21 you get the following documentation, a list of where to go in counties to get your plan on :
The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide :: AN INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
Main entry under title: The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide “In June 1992, the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development adopted Agenda 21, the global action plan for sustainable development.”—Introd. Includes bibliographical references, case studies ISBN: 0-88936-801-5
1. Sustainable Development —Planning—Handbooks, Manuals, etc.
2. Community Development—Environmental aspects—Planning—Handbooks, manuals, etc.
3. Economic Development—Environmental aspects—Planning—Handbooks, manuals, etc.
I. International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives
II. International Development Research Centre (Canada)
HC79.E5157 1996 338.9 C96-980128-9 -- Legal deposit: 2nd quarter 1996 National Library of Canada -- A microfiche edition is available
Agenda 21 is a 300-page document divided into 40 chapters that have been grouped into 4 sections:
Section I: Social and Economic Dimensions This section is directed toward combating poverty, especially in developing countries, changing consumption patterns, promoting health, achieving a more sustainable population, and sustainable settlement in decision making.
Section II: Conservation and Management of Resources for Development Includes atmospheric protection, combating deforestation, protecting fragile environments, conservation of biological diversity (biodiversity), control of pollution and the management of biotechnology, and radioactive wastes.
Section III: Strengthening the Role of Major Groups Includes the roles of children and youth, women, NGOs, local authorities, business and workers and strengthening the role of indigenous peoples, their communities, and farmers.
Section IV: Means of Implementation Implementation includes science, technology transfer, education, international institutions and financial mechanisms.
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In many respects it is a New World Order, one that tries to diffuse the tensions of 7 billion people dependent on non-renewable fossil fuels. People are tense; yes very agitated. But one wonders why all this tension is released in the decade following Y2K.
Is all this tension after all an artificial development in populations worldwide? That would be a first. In the last century there was 'lag times' for planetary movement of people. For example: the USA did not enter the World Wars right away, for instance. Or, NASA didn't continue to visit the moon after 1969... and why not? We the people 'nation wide' had to take some time to make up our minds.
What is the hurry now? The 'pillars' of the document refer to priority in addressing the world's poor, hungry, and destitute. Those pillars also mimic green slogans like: standards including organic, Rainforest Alliance, fair trade, UTZ Certified, Bird Friendly, and The Common Code for the Coffee Community, and so on.
It turns out that someone thought to include a non-eugenic pillar:
" ... Indigenous peoples have argued, through various international forums such as the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the Convention on Biological Diversity, that there are four pillars of sustainable development, the fourth being cultural. The Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, UNESCO, 2001, further elaborates the concept by stating that "... cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature”; it becomes “one of the roots of development understood not simply in terms of economic growth, but also as a means to achieve a more satisfactory intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual existence". In this vision, cultural diversity is the fourth policy area of sustainable development. (HERE) ... "CONCLUSION
So this is not a eugenics based plan, that would further prompt ignoble people to destroy large sky scrapers around the world's cities, to force a nation to attack bad guys in their dictatorship castles?
Unfortunately best laid plans of mice and men often go astray. It would not surprise me if this Agenda 21, now in its second decade of existence, will fall short of its altruist goals.
- NEXT WEEK :: PART TWO -- The Guys in Charge
Some Key words: sustainable development, Maurice Strong, Pres George H W Bush, Agenda 21, 1992 UNCED, eugenics, diversity, Communitarianism