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Letter: You and the U.N.

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

Your property rights and land use are changing. How? why? A brief U.N. timeline involving your land use will help you understand how the past, present and future are evolving. A U.N. ideology of international redistribution of wealth, resources and land using the environment is as follows:

1987—The United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development originates the term "sustainable development" in their official report titled "Our Common Future," authored by Gro Harlem Brundtland, VP of the World Socialist Party. He tied the environment to the Socialist goals of international redistribution of wealth. In numerous documents over the years, the U.N. reiterates this consensus: "Private land ownership is a principal instrument of accumulating wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice. Public control of land is therefore indispensable."

1992—U.N. Conference on Environment & Development, aka,...

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