November 4, 2012
But in recent years, a small but vocal contingent of citizens across the country – including here in Cheyenne – has begun to see a sinister side to those very ideas.
To them, terms like “smart growth” are really code for the eventual erosion of private property rights. They fear people in positions of power are colluding – some knowingly, some unwittingly – to convert America into a dystopian society: a land where private property is abolished, where people are forced into prescribed habitation zones, and where all natural resources are under the exclusive control of the government.
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- Wells Fargo Repossesses Stockton, California City Hall
- National Service: David Gergen, City Year and the social change agenda
- RNC Adopts Resolution Exposing Agenda 21
- Breaking: Secret Bilderberg Agenda Leaked by Mole
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- The Health Ranger: Big Pharma’s Secret Agenda Exposed
- Agenda 21 Alert: Obama Railroads Us With the Bullet Train
- Secret Reports, Secret Budgets, Secret Operations, Secret Courts… A Secret Government!
Agenda 21: The United Nations Threat To Control Our Lightbulbs, Our Lifestyles and Our Lives
In my spare time, I am active in the Heritage Preservation movement; I think old buildings and communities are more than relics from the past, they are templates for the future. For the last year I have been trying to determine the cause of a remarkable rise in the belief that property rights are sacrosanct, even in Canada where they were consipicuously left out of the constitution and have not ever really existed. Where heritage preservation used to be derided by many as conservative and reactionary, a bunch of old whiners trying to stop change, now it is suddenly socialist. The more I read, the more I kept coming up against a new term: Agenda 21. And it underpins the ideological opposition to everything from streetcars to planning to lightbulbs to climate change.1 document from the United Nations started goes back to Rio in1992 and is pretty innocuous, given that nobody really pays much attention to these things, and they are not exactly the law of the land. It includes goals such as:
Reduce adverse effects on the atmosphere from the energy sector by promoting policies or programmes, as appropriate, to increase the contribution of environmentally sound and cost-effective energy systems, particularly new and renewable ones, through less polluting and more efficient energy production, transmission, distribution and use.
Develop and promote, as appropriate, cost-effective, more efficient, less polluting and safer transport systems, particularly integrated rural and urban mass transit, as well as environmentally sound road networks, taking into account the needs for sustainable social, economic and development priorities, particularly in developing countries.