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Agenda 21

12 October 2012
The H.S. Chapman Society hosted Kenneth Freeman and Don Casey, Chair and 'Vice-chair of the Alliance for Citizens Rights, Alabama USA, who told of their battle over 15 years in Alabama to banish the United Nations Agenda 21 from interference in their state.  We were pleased to note the host for the occasion was Andrew Fraser, Deputy Speaker and National Party MP for Coffs Harbour.  The MP is to be commended for standing up for his people’s freedoms.

The Revolt of the State of Alabama, USA in 2012
Alabama became the first state in the U.S.A. to prohibit any government involvement with, or participation in, the controversial 1992 Agenda 21 of the United Nations and its ICLEI (International Councils Local Environment Initiatives).  They did so because the UN had tried to foist Agenda 21 on them by enlisting a broad array of non -governmental and inter-governmental organisations - masterminded, since 1999, in a world conference centre in Bonn, Germny.

Alabama Senate Bill (SB) 477 struck an extraordinary blow for freedom
(b) The Senate of Alabama, and all political subdivisions, may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately, or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to, Agenda 21 adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development or any other international law, or ancillary plan of action, that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Alabama.

(c) Since the United Nations has accredited, and enlisted numerous non-governmental organizations to assist in the implementation of its politics relative to Agenda 21 around the world, the State e of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not enter into any agreement, expend any sum of money, or receive funds contracting services, or giving financial aid to or from those non-governmental services and inter- governmental organizations as defined in Agenda 21.

We remind readers:
The Great Leap Forward was taken at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), held in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992 where Australia's delegate, then Environment Minister Ros 'Whiteboard' Kelly (Labor), signed Agenda 21.

Agenda 21 is 800 pages long, it consists of 40 chapters, and is a comprehensive programme for the planning and management of the economic and social development of the entire world during the twenty-first century.

Under Agenda 21, the Australian government committed itself to act as the de facto agent, at national level, for the United Nations, in controlling the following:
 •  patterns of human consumption (what people are allowed to eat)
 •  human habitats (where and how people are allowed to live) in 'sustainable communities'.
 •  the planning of all future development world-wide
 •  the composition of the atmosphere (at the time ‘greenhouse gas emissions’, now ‘climate change’ and/or ‘global warming’)
 •  the planning and management of land use (Vegetation Management Act, Desertification Treaty)
 •  control of the utilisation of forests (ref: closing of sawmills on the Atherton Tableland).
 •  control of the development in mountain areas
 •  control of types and methods of agriculture (sustainable agriculture, best practice manuals)
 •  control of areas set aside to protect biological diversity (biodiversity treaty)
 •  management and use of water, worldwide
 •  management of wastes, including toxic chemicals, hazardous wastes, solid and radioactive wastes.

It is from Agenda 21 that the word 'sustainable' comes - e.g. 'sustainable development', 'sustainable agriculture' and 'sustainable communities'.  'Sustainable' communities are to be 'energy-efficient' communities, where people are herded into high-rise dwellings built on public transit lines.

Found here....Australia’s Global ‘Exit’: Tribalism and International Institutions
Friday, 16 September 2016    
"Increasingly the rights of private land owners are eroded under the guise of environmental concerns, the UN biodiversity programme and Agenda 21 and the principle of distributive justice and intergenerational justice," according to Gerry Bates at the Conference on Rural Land Use Change.

Increasingly numbers of property owners are having their Property Rights wantonly disregarded by government departments, agencies and quangos in an ongoing manner with no relief in sight. A crucial foundation upon which our long-standing prosperity rests is the institution of private property - especially houses and land. As community attitudes to heritage, conservation and environmental management have changed, government has imposed more and more controls on what can be done with privately owned property - in many cases without consultation or compensation for long-term owners."

- - Professor Joe Poprzeczny, West Australian University        

Alliance For Citizens’ Private Property Rights: Host: H.S. Chapman Society - Why?
19 July 2013 http://www.alor.org/Volume49/Vol49No28.htm
Agenda 21 of UN's Earth Charter (M. Gorbachev) 1992 is destroying Australia as we know it, to tie us to a communist United Nations.

Speakers: Dr Amy McGrath OAM - Agenda 21, ICLEI, Councils : Dr F. McGrath AM - Referendum on local government (The intentions of the Framers of the Constitution) : Shooters and Fishers:  A Guest Speaker from Toowoomba

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