Stop Agenda 21!
My Petition to Congress
 

To my U.S. Senators and Representatives:

Agenda 21 must be abolished at all costs.

 

Agenda 21 is a land use planning mechanism developed by the United Nations to guide national and local policymakers in creating so-called “sustainable development.”

 

It was written by foreign nations where people are property, for foreign nations where people are property. It does not recognize, and if fact detests, your right to own a home, drive a car or have private property. It achieves the phony goal of “sustainable development” by declaring much of the United States off-limits to human use.


Even worse, the federal government is spending your tax dollars to promote it, through the State Department and EPA. Congress doesn’t want you to know that.

 

It does not recognize private property rights, restrictions on government abuse of eminent domain or other restrictions on government power Americans enjoy under the United States Constitution.

 

It is radical environmentalism in its purest form, a guttural hatred of humanity expressed in international policy jargon. Sustainable development is the new label they slapped over the old, faded word ‘socialism’ when it became too ugly to use.

Incorporating U.N guidelines into their local planning authority is just their way of sneering down their noses at neighbors they consider inferior. It’s typical abusive liberal arrogance, and it’s targeting your right to own property, a home and a car.

 

That is why I am joining thousands of other supporters of Americans For A Better Economy in directing you to co-sponsor and vote for legislation:

 

1) Abolishing the State Department's "Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs," which funds and coordinates with the U.N.'s designated Agenda 21 "focal point."

 

2) Abolishing the EPA, which funds and coordinates with the U.N.'s designated Agenda 21 "focal point."

 

3) Prohibiting any and all Federal agencies and employees from carrying out activities intended to comply with Agenda 21 directives.

 

Signed,

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