Editor’s Note: The video below is essential viewing for a concise breakdown of what Agenda 21 really means and how it is being directed. As proponents cloak their ‘sustainability’ rhetoric in bright shades of green, the consequences of implementing these globalist proposals are in reality quite bleak. This video is the perfect introduction to James Bennett’s list of what you’re likely to feel if Agenda 21 arrives in full force to your community.
One thing Agenda 21 is NOT is a conspiracy theory.
It feels like a local government that is out of step with your priorities.
It feels like they are deliberately trying to crash your economy.
It feels frustrating as you pay “public servants” to seemingly orchestrate your decline.
It feels like fixtures in the community never earn any seniority or right to be left alone.
It feels condescending when you are patronized and disregarded simultaneously.
It feels like bikes and cars are socially and civilly engineered to be at odds.
It feels like you’re losing your privacy.
It feels like your public servants were identified and installed based on their willingness go along with the program.
It feels like your private property and small business are morphing from an asset to a liability.
It feels like your being taxed and regulated redundantly for reasons that seem to defy your senses.
It feels like your rights are a relationship of someone else’s convenience.
It feels like your civil process has been reduced to disingenuous charade.
It feels like belonging to a club with ever increasing dues, but less and less services.
It feels like more and more of your favorite wilderness is off limits.
It feels like someone else is orchestrating your town.
It feels like you have been betrayed.
It feels like you’re being lied to.
It feels like they’re always talking lack, scarcity and shortages.
It feels like the line between public and private is indiscernible.
It feels like government is picking winners and losers, not the free market.
It feels like city hall is trying to impose themselves on your landscape, like a big municipal male dog; marking on your town.
It feels like your community is being divided against your will or choice.
It feels like neighborhood groups don’t represent your neighborhood.
It feels like agriculture and anything in the country is under assault.
It feels like common sense is a thing of the past.
It feels like your town belongs to someone else.
It feels like birds and critters you’ve never seen are more important than your property rights.
It feels like much of your culture was about cars; now they’re bad.
It feels like government employees make too much money.
It feels like your opinion doesn’t matter.
It feels like city hall has been brainwashed to think they know what’s best for you.
It feels like the local paper and local government have merged.
It feels like your own representation is on a different team, sabotaging your very well being.
It feels disingenuous, like a much-less-than authentic effort is being set forth on your behalf.
It feels like the only things they care about are wasting money and installing more Smart Growth.
It feels like you are an outsider in your own community.
It feels like important decisions are a done deal before you even know about them.
It feels like oppression.
It feels urgent, like if you don’t do something, your community and your abundance will be gone.
It looks like streets are getting smaller and bike lanes are getting bigger.
It looks more and more like a police state with road blocks.
It looks like faux quaint stack ‘n pack development.
It looks like your property isn’t your property anymore.
It looks like they prefer electricity over plentiful natural gas.
It looks like a lot of terms you’ve never heard of before.
It looks like all kinds of weird parking stuff downtown.
It looks like Smart Meters being forced on citizens.
It looks like more and more homeless, without a place to go.
It looks like contrails in the sky that linger for hours.
It looks like everything in the country is getting defunded.
It feels like all you do is pay taxes for things you don’t like.
It looks like little farms, ranches and dairies are having a hard time.
It looks like your water bill is going up even though there’s plenty of water.
It looks like “Roundabouts” where intersections used to be.
It looks like bikes and cars are being forced to collide on the road.
It looks like businesses with “Coming Soon” signs for a year.
It looks like they really like bikes ‘n trains.
It looks like less and less parking, except at the mall.
It looks like they’re trying to make traffic worse.
It looks like all the new stuff is a mall or a stack ‘n pack.
It looks like empty parcels in seemingly desirable locations.
It looks like local small business’ that used to define your town are being deliberately sabotaged through parking manipulations or bypassed completely.
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James Bennett is a business man and prolific activist from Sonoma County, California. James says that , “Although I’ve never been politically active, like many I’ve become someone I never thought I’d be…so that we don’t end up with a life we never thought we’d have.”