George Washington said, “Private property and freedom are inseparable.” John Adams agreed that “Property must be secured, or liberty cannot exist.”
The United Nations Agenda 21 believes in government control of our economy, environment and social equity because “individual rights must take a back seat to the collective.”
On Sept. 22, 2010 the president signed a “Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development.” This is a policy focused on “sustainable development outcomes,” the hallmark of United Nations Agenda 21.
Because Congress does not agree to all these United Nations schemes to steal our property and destroy our economy, they are passed by fiat, executive orders, proclamations, directives and generous grants given to local communities who are suffering under our depressed, mismanaged economy.
The NADO Research Foundation in Washington, D.C. and the Minnesota Housing Partnership in St. Paul will “target their efforts in strengthening sustainability practices for tribes, small towns and rural places.”
This example of collaborative effort to “invest” in sustainable communities was announced on Aug. 17, 2011 between HUD and EPA and involved a $5.65 million grant “competitively awarded to eight organizations.”
Every one of you is a smart individual. I challenge you to investigate United Nations Agenda 21. An excellent place to start is: www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com and determine how it is affecting our lives right here in Cook County. The UN advocates starting locally.