In the Feb. 16 edition of the Gazette-Journal, Norris Richardson says that he recently read Agenda 21 and finds it a threat to no one. I congratulate him for reading it, because it is not an easy read. But I was astounded that he found it a non entity. I find it quite the opposite. He goes on to basically say that population growth and limited resources provides the need for sustainable development. My message to him is, sustainable development may not be what he interprets it to be. It has been presented as protecting the world’s resources while its true agenda is to control the world’s resources.
It has three components: global land use, global education and global population control and reduction. The international focus for sustainable development is the United States. This is because America is the only country in the world based on the ideals of private property. Private property is incompatible with the collectivist premise of sustainab...
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