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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Sustainable Development (UN Agenda 21) : The devious plan to steal sovereignty from America

Under the pretense of saving the planet the Luciferian bankster cartel came up with a plan to rule the world.

They are masters of deception and double speak. They use terms like ‘Sustainable Development’, ‘Smart Growth’, ‘Biodiversity’, ‘Wildlands project’, Wetlands’, etc. to sound like benign, well meaning, programs to save the environment. All the while they are taking our freedoms away one regulation at a time.

If you hear these terms used by your local community planning board, know that they are implementing UN Agenda 21 and stop them in their tracks!

This is from their (IISD) International Institute for Sustainable Development website:

What is Sustainable Development?

Environmental, economic and social well-being for today and tomorrow

Sustainable development has been defined in many ways, but the most frequently quoted definition is from Our Common Future, also known as the Brundtland Report:[1]

"Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It contains within it two key concepts:

  • the concept of needs, in particular the essential needs of the world's poor, to which overriding priority should be given; and

  • the idea of limitations imposed by the state of technology and social organization on the environment's ability to meet present and future needs."


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All definitions of sustainable development require that we see the world as a system—a system that connects space; and a system that connects time.

When you think of the world as a system over space, you grow to understand that air pollution from North America affects air quality in Asia, and that pesticides sprayed in Argentina could harm fish stocks off the coast of Australia.

And when you think of the world as a system over time, you start to realize that the decisions our grandparents made about how to farm the land continue to affect agricultural practice today; and the economic policies we endorse today will have an impact on urban poverty when our children are adults.

We also understand that quality of life is a system, too. It's good to be physically healthy, but what if you are poor and don't have access to education? It's good to have a secure income, but what if the air in your part of the world is unclean? And it's good to have freedom of religious expression, but what if you can't feed your family?

The concept of sustainable development is rooted in this sort of systems thinking. It helps us understand ourselves and our world. The problems we face are complex and serious—and we can't address them in the same way we created them. But we can address them.

It's that basic optimism that motivates IISD's staff, associates and board to innovate for a healthy and meaningful future for this planet and its inhabitants.

Contents
  • Twenty Years After Brundtland
    This conference was held in Ottawa, Ontario, October 18-19, 2007 to reflect on the past twenty years of sustainable development in Canada since the publication of the Brundtland report in 1987. The presentations are now available as well as information from the conference.

  • Ten Years After Rio: Successes and Failures
    Looks at the most important successes and failures in SD in the decade following the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. Published in 2002 to coincide with the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.

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