Thursday, August 29, 2013

Agenda 21 Local Implementation

All of the plans adopted by our cities and counties over the past few years were taken from UN Agenda 21 adopted and customized by the American Planning Association and distributed by the UN sponsored International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI).  These plans are identical from city to city throughout the U.S.  These are not bottom-up plans.  They are top-down, imposed cookie-cutter plans aimed at implementing UN Agenda 21.

They all include a push for public transit, bike lanes, multi-purpose trails, parks, green space, etc.  Cities and counties are eligible for federal grants if they include these elements in their infrastructure projects. Voters are objecting to these additions where they are considered by voters to be low priority, low utilization mal-investments.
States are required to create Regional Commissions to usurp county and city “home rule” to remove the voter from the decision making process, introduce cross-county tax revenue sharing and push the planning agenda. States comply to be eligible for federal grants.

In addition, cities and counties are required to create Zoning, Land Use Comprehensive Plans that include intrusive requirements that are riddled with property taking schemes using easements, rights-of-way, eminent domain, stream buffers, corridors, boundaries and conservation easements. 

Federal agencies have been dispatched to implement Agenda 21 with regulatory overreach using junk science and unconstitutional usurpation of local authority.  The DOT and HUD write regulations and give federal grants.  The EPA writes regulations based on the global warming hoax and supports the UN takeover of our food and water supplies.  The Interior Department seizes land and shuts down needed private enterprise. The FDA closes down farms based on a whim.
The only thing voters can do is to push for the repeal of the laws that set these unconstitutional actions into motion. As elected officials are only receptive to voter wishes right before elections, voter demands are required now.  The election results in 2013 and 2014 and state and local legislative initiatives to repeal all Agenda 21 enabling laws in are critical.

Alabama banned Agenda 21 in 2012.  Every state should do the same.
Norb Leahy, Dunwoody GA Tea Party Leader

1 comment:

Priscilla King said...

Too right! Even though some of these things (like bike lanes) are good in themselves, the land/power grab is the wrong way to get them.