U.N.‘s Agenda 21’s `Walkability’

August 3, 2011 05:56

When are Americans going to wake up that ignorant or purposefully Marxist state and local representatives paid by the United Nations umbrella of Agenda 21 are going to “fundamentally change America” and the way we live without Congressional approval, without our approval?

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh at Canada Free Press


the United Nation’s “Sustainability” Agenda 21 marches on with the help of a myriad of private and governmental organizations nationwide dedicated to the “fundamental change” of America as we know it.

The HUD Secretary just announced on July 28, 2011 the availability of $95 million to support “sustainable local initiatives” through the fiscal year 2011 Regional Planning and Community Challenge Planning Grant Programs. …… It is a good idea if you want to live in housing tenements with no cars while the streets will be replaced by trains.

Do we no longer have a voice? I do not recall the American people being asked if they want to live in Sustainable Communities. Is our government no longer “for the people and by the people?”

All Americans should think of COMMUNISM and LOSS OF FREEDOM when they hear and read the word sustainable in any sentence.

For those citizens who are non-believers or sitting on the fence, Agenda 21 has been around since 1992 but the last two years have witnessed its acceleration: No Child Left Inside Act of Maryland (forcing environmental literacy in order to graduate from high school), White House Rural Council, Codex Alimentarius, smart growth plans, social engineering, sustainable development, sustainable rural communities, ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives), Watershed Protection Plans, Habitat Conservation Plans, County Parks and Open Space Plans, all implemented without Congressional approval. Fifty percent of private land in the country is slated to be conserved or protected—that may include your land, your home, or your farm.

“Dr.  Ileana Johnson Paugh is a freelance writer (Canada Free Press, Modern Conservative, Anystreet.org, Romanian Conservative, Lucianne) and speaker who recently published a book about her 20-year experience with communist life, “Echoes of Communism,” available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Short essays describe health care, education, poverty, social engineering, and confiscation of property, among other subjects.

Dr. Johnson can be reached at: ileana1959@gmail.com


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