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Alabama Protects Citizens From “Insidious” U.N. Agenda 21 Implementation
Property Rights: Few have heard of Agenda 21,
the U.N. plan for sustainable development that tosses property rights
aside. But Alabama has, and it recently secured a victory as important
as that over union power in Wisconsin.
After Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s stunning triumph over the
excesses and abuses of public-sector unions, the London Telegraph’s
James Delingpole, an indefatigable opponent of global warming fraud,
opined in a piece titled, “How Wisconsin And Alabama Helped Save The
World,” that we should take note of “an equally important but perhaps
less well-publicized victory won in the Alabama House and Senate over
the U.N.’s malign and insidious Agenda 21.”
Agenda 21 is one of those compacts, like Law of the Sea, Kyoto and
New START, that are supported by an apologetic administration with a
fondness for the redistribution of American power and wealth on a local
and global scale.
It fits in perfectly with President Obama’s pledge to “fundamentally transform” America, its institutions and its heritage of capitalist freedom.
Agenda 21 has not been ratified by the U.S. Senate, but it may not have to be if in a second Obama
term the Environmental Protection Agency pursues it by stealth, as it
has other environmental agendas that make war on the free enterprise
system and rights we hold dear.
One of those is property rights. “Land . . . cannot be treated as an
ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures
and inefficiencies of the market,” Agenda 21 says.
“Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of
accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to
social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the
planning and implementation of development schemes.”
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