Saturday, March 17, 2012

Texas Mayor Officially Cancels Agenda 21 Membership

ICLEI -- click to enlarge propaganda
Joe Wright
Activist Post

The city of Irving, Texas has officially withdrawn its membership from ICLEI -- the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives.  This NGO was established in 1990 and is the action division of the policies laid out under the UN's Agenda 21 plan -- the globalist initiative to usher in a post-industrial world for the 21st century through the creation of local laws and requirements for city planning that essentially erase personal property rights and even steal land under a "sustainable" umbrella.

On ICLEI's own website (under the "Programs" section), they state, "Our campaigns, programs, and projects promote Local Agenda 21 as a participatory, long-term, strategic planning process that addresses local sustainability while protecting global common goods." Cities pay dues in order to obtain direction from ICLEI in establishing local policy and law. This is a violation of the Constitution, Article 1, Section 10:  "No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance or Confederation..." ICLEI receives funding by the David Rockefeller Fund, United States EPA, etc. ICLEI targets mayors -- in the 'Cool Mayor' program, and other local officials to implement Agenda 21. (Source)

The Achilles Heel of ICLEI is exactly what has been targeted by Tommy Gonzalez, the Irving City Manager, and Mayor Beth Van Duyne; namely that local implementation is susceptible to public pressure and principled local officials who can resist the globalist march into their communities.

The resistance must spread, for the world that is planned under the co-opted term of sustainability is nothing short of a futuristic dystopia of people herded into high-density living spaces, rationing of infrastructure and services, removal of personal property rights, and strict government monitoring and control over every aspect of the lives of individuals.  It is a collectivist model that is distinctly anti-American, as the Planned-opolis video below demonstrates:

One can immediately sense the anti-entrepreneurial, anti-free market rhetoric that sets up a class warfare argument for proposing solutions that have historically led to a serf-lord relationship under bureaucratic totalitarian regimes.  This is, in fact, neo-feudalism.

We should applaud local resistance to the fallacious schemes put forth by fake environmentalism, and assert the need for true sustainable local solutions, not the collectivist doctrine of acquiring the resources and productivity created by individuals only to give it back to us at a fraction of its original worth.  For a thorough explanation of Agenda 21, please see the video below.  For further reading about the origins of Agenda 21 and its many permutations, please visit Cassandra Anderson's excellent website devoted to these issues at MorphCity.

Please tell us about any initiatives in your city for resisting ICLEI; if not, use this precedent in Irving, Texas as a way to introduce the topic for discussion and educate your neighbors and officials about the insidious nature of what is being paraded as a solution to save humanity, when in reality it is one of the cornerstones that globalist interests are implementing to ensure our permanent slavery.


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Anonymous said...

Now, that's one gutsy mayor. Right On!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad I voted for Mayor Beth Van Duyne. Gutsy indeed.

Anonymous said...

In the mighty words of Goldberg: Who's Next!! Excellent job Texas!

Anonymous said...

Is there a grassroots organization yet committed to rolling back this Agenda 21 poison on a city by city basis???

Ghana Serapis said...

It should become the first question for any person wanting to become a candidate for a city or county elected position, "What do you know about Agenda 21?" From that point on a person can be judged a viable candidate for that seat or not. Period.

Anonymous said...

There are 2 very active groups in San Fran:

Also American Stewards(search for website)is a good resource as well as Citizen's Alliance for Property Rights,

I live in the Sierra Foothills of N. California and the 3 Tea Parties in our area are very much aware. We are educating ourselves and attending county meetings to raise questions about the current rewriting of our General Plan which includes many elements of AGENDA 21 in the proposed changes.

Anonymous said...

Those teaparty folks are seriously ok (except for my local teaparty's support for Israel).

Surely there is someone organizing on a state or national level to tackle this agenda 21 beast?

Anonymous said...

Good for them. As a side note, no one holds allodial title on any land in the U.S.. This is why you are taxed in perpetuity on land that you "supposedly own". All you can do is rid yourself of vigorish payments to banks.

Jolly Roger said...

Don't look to join big organizations that oppose this(agenda 21). They will probably be false-opposition groups designed to waste your time and resources while accomplishing nothing.

Start your own group and keep it small. You should cooperate with like-minded groups, but don't follow leaders. A lot of small activist groups can't be subverted like one big one can, and they have a stronger political effect because they appear to represent the entire population rather than being easily marginalized as "a group of nutters"

Anonymous said...

My thoughts exactly, Jolly Roger. Individuals working together locally is what's needed. We have asked ourselves the same questions about so many workshops and seminars being offered at costs beyond what should be needed to put on the event.

The information we need is available. It's called "do the research"; read the bills, city/ county agendas, etc. then have your own workshops and educate each other. It's not the easy way but it's the most effective way.

patriot1776 said...

Great point indeed Jolly Roger!

Anonymous said...

I already live in "high-density living spaces", they're called apartments.

Fighting For Freedom said...

" The information we need is available. It's called "do the research"; read the bills, city/ county agendas, etc. then have your own workshops and educate each other. It's not the easy way but it's the most effective way."

I want to confirm that this statement is true. Focus on local first.

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