Wednesday, June 7, 2017

UN Agenda 21 is Dead

Trump Dumps Agenda 21 Regionalization Mask / Paris Climate Trap, by Rosa Koire, 6/1/17, Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

As I watched President Trump's speech today, I cheered.  I think he gets it.  After Angela Merkel's comment that the Paris Climate Accord is a "key agreement that shapes globalization" it is clear to all who listen that United Nations treaties and agreements are about systems inventory and control.  The Paris Climate Accord is not about whether the planet heats up another 1/10 of 1 percent in 50 years.  This agreement is about crippling the ability of the United States to recover from years of a collapsed economy and loss of individual certainty.  This agreement is about eroding national boundaries and national sovereignty all over the world, and about strengthening the power of the United Nations and non-governmental organizations.

Although the Paris Climate Accord was never brought to the Senate for ratification it is important that it be rejected by President Trump.  Agenda 21 was also not a treaty and was not brought before the Congress, except obliquely, but it was 'de facto' made binding by President Clinton who implemented it administratively and by federal pressure on the States.  President Obama and Hillary Clinton had every intention of implementing the Paris Climate Accord through the usual channels: federal pressure, grants, regulations, restrictions, HUD/EPA/DOT grants and lawsuits, and bogus non-profits working the grassroots.  

During President Trump's speech today he mentioned American sovereignty several times and referred to the Accord as a redistribution of wealth that favored other nations and debilitated American business. That it clearly does do so is apparent in the treatment of China and India as "developing countries" who are exempt from regulations and controls for years---years in which they will continue to grossly pollute while producing cheap goods for export to the United States.

I searched President Obama's speeches for mention of American sovereignty. I didn't find it. What I did find was his address to the United Nations General Assembly in the fall of 2016 stating that we in America 'must bind ourselves to international rules' and not fall prey to 'nationalism.'  The term 'nationalism' is now equated with Hitler or isolationism.  What we are protecting is not just a sense that our country has self-interests both social and economic, but our Constitution, our rule of law, our sovereignty.                                                                 

By refusing to abide by the Paris Climate Accord President Trump is sending a message to those of us who have fought consistently against UN Agenda 21's message of globalization/One World Government.  It takes time and effort to destroy the economy of one of the world's wealthiest nations.  We are hugely in debt and struggle with homelessness, youth who feel hopeless about their future, polarization of the races exacerbated by compressed Smart Growth mega-cities, more and more drug use...we need help.  

The presidency is not a popularity contest.  Whether we like his personality or not is irrelevant.  What is important is the health and welfare of our nation, and our freedom.  


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