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Agenda 21: Atheist Sha Zukang Wishes God Will Bless Rio +20

In preparation for the Rio+20 Conference in 2012, UN kingpin Sha Zukang lays out all the  participants and the goals they hope to achieve including a new financial system based on a green economy, regional banks, a global environmental organization, all the usual sustainability snake oil,  and ends declaring that he doesn’t believe in God; but, he hopes God will “bless us.”
This has only had 30 hits so far on Youtube. 
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LTG

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Slide Show Explains Agenda 21 Vendetta Against Property Rights

Dr. Michael Coffman has provided an excellent slideshow explaining the basics of Agenda 21 and how it’s been implemented to take over control of vast swaths of land across America.  I strongly recommend sharing it with as many people as possible.   
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Here is a link to the full Slide Show  “Taking Liberty by Taking Land” website.  The above video was just the brief introduction to whet your appetite.
H/T to our beloved Tina!  You’re a peach, kiddo!
~LTG

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Agenda 21 Visioning Process Does Not Go As Planned

This is a 2-hour video of the One Bay Area public meeting on “Visioning” whereby Agenda 21 facilitators from three NGOs practiced their Delphi Techniques on the target audience that happened to be salted with citizens-activists from nine counties who refused to be  facilitated. (One Bay Area is an unelected Regional Council of NGOs tasked with implementing the Agenda 21 goals in nine California Counties)
While infuriating on one level, it’s also entertaining in that it shows the frustration of the facilitators when their Delphi Technique psychological tactics failed to break down the resistance of individuals in the audience.   The frustration and annoyance of the facilitators is plain.  Wish I’d been there!  Looked like a fun event! ~LTG
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A pro-Agenda 21 website, California Planning & Development Report has a lengthy article about the event,  decrying the Tea Party resistance:
“There were Tea Party activists – and that’s very much self-identified – no question that there was a group organized to participate in the meetings,” said Randy Rentschler, spokesperson for MTC. He added that videographers by the name of Tea Party TV have filmed meetings.
At those meetings, self-identified Tea Party supporters decried nearly every goal of the SB 375 planning process. Speakers criticized the plan for forcing residents into dense housing and impinging on suburban lifestyles. Speakers questioned the notion of regional planning, claiming that top-down planning would usurp local control. These and other objections at one meeting were captured on a two-hour video shot by a Tea Party supporter and posted on the Internet.
“The things they brought to the table were: ‘leave us alone; we don’t need your land use rules. We don’t need people telling us what to do,’” said Rentschler. 
At that meeting and others, participants say that Tea Party opinions all but drowned out other views, according to some.  
“They were very vocal and in some respects they would get obnoxious,” said Joel Ramos, a community planner with the nonprofit group TransForm, who said he attended several meetings in Contra Costa County. “I think that it was ultimately a detractor and that it devalued the overall conversation.”

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Agenda 21? Drinking Water from Sewage? Another Bright Idea from ICLEI?

Texas plant will turn sewage into drinking water

In parched West Texas, it’s often easier to drill for oil than to find new sources of water. So after years of diminishing water supplies made even worse by the second-most severe drought in state history, some communities are resorting to a plan that might have seemed absurd a generation ago: turning sewage into drinking water.
By ANGELA K. BROWN
Associated Press

FORT WORTH, Texas —
In parched West Texas, it’s often easier to drill for oil than to find new sources of water. So after years of diminishing water supplies made even worse by the second-most severe drought in state history, some communities are resorting to a plan that might have seemed absurd a generation ago: turning sewage into drinking water.
Construction recently began on a $13 million water-reclamation plant believed to be the first of its kind in Texas. And officials have worked to dispel any fears that people will be drinking their neighbors’ urine, promising the system will yield clean, safe water. Some residents are prepared to put aside any squeamishness if it means having an abundant water supply.
“Any water is good water, as far as I’m concerned,” said Gary Fuqua, city manager in Big Spring, which will join the cities of Midland, Odessa and Stanton in using the water.
When the water finally reaches the tap, Fuqua said, its origin is “something I wouldn’t think about at all.”
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Fort Worth Sustainable City Network
~LTG

 

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Issue for 2012 Campaign: Focus on Agenda 21

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