Alabama’s Defeat of Agenda 21 and ICLEI + Wisconsin recall result = Good Week

  • Posted June 16, 2012

Last week saw two major events take place which could propel new trends in the future. One was highly publicized, the other not so much. The first event took place when for the FIRST time, a U.S. Governor actually survived a recall election. Scott Walker had been recalled following Wisconsin’s budget repair bill which he proposed. The other event is lesser known, but is probably even be MORE important. The state of Alabama became the FIRST to take significant action in banning the United Nation’s Agenda 21 and ICLEI.

 

Before and After | Agenda 21 and ICLEI | Wisconsin recall | www.Procinctu.info

BEFORE and AFTER


GOV SCOTT WALKER

Governor Scott Walker drew the ire of many in the public sector unions when he proposed the budget repair bill. Walker, faced with a state budget deficit in the billions, realized that the state could not keep on spending as it had and cuts needed to be made. Among other things, the repair bill would require that state employees contribute 5.8% of their salaries to their own pensions [source] (50% of the pension payment). The bill also rolled back collective bargaining rights and even addressed Medicare. Without these requirements, the state was faced with layoffs, tax increases, or both.

Even though Walker knew there would be push-back over the actions, he still took them. Being able to rescind layoffs while not increasing the taxes on the private workforce would otherwise be applauded. But in some cases, it just doesn’t fit the narrative. The public sector unions and supporters then galvanized and were able to force a recall election for the governor. Up until this point, no governor had won a recall election. Walker became the first.

Truth is, the more that this “flat broke” realization takes place now, the harder the fall will be for everyone in the future. As we discuss in Silver For Beginners, the amount of spending by governments in the U.S. is not realistic. Not only is it not realistic, but every day that it goes on, the bigger the crash will be when natural law takes over. The fact that a populous was able to recognize that the money just isn’t there, is hopefully a sign of things to come.

There are still many fundamental problems in the US, but the main point of Scott Walker’s recall was his bold moves in slashing the state budget. Walker, becoming the first governor to survive a recall, based on those actions, may just prove to be the catalyst that will see other governors take the same action.

 

AGENDA 21 AND ICLEI ARE NOT WELCOME IN ALABAMA

By passing SB477, Alabama became the FIRST state to officially ban the United Nations Agenda 21. This is very important as one only needs to look at the ICLEI members list to see how far Agenda 21 has breached our sovereignty through soft-law ‘recommendations.’

Map | Agenda 21 and ICLEI | Wisconsin recall | www.Procinctu.info

Map showing Agenda 21’s intention…here, red means bad…very bad

What is Agenda 21? Well, short answer….it’s a plot to destroy private property rights, and to redistribute resources to the collective, who will be nicely eased into easily managed urban dwellings. Of course, this would not be possible without ‘sustainable development’ and irrational ‘environmentalism.’ I know, I know, you are thinking ‘How can a governing body take over property on a global scale?’ ‘This is a stupid conspiracy theory, right?’

Though often relegated to the mystical YouTube land along with ‘reptilian shapeshifters’ … unfortunately, Agenda 21 is no conspiracy theory….it is real documented policy. Even the Honorable Madam Nancy Pelosi was all giddy as she introduced it to Congress back in 1992 following the Earth Summit in Rio wearing her timeless, red, shoulder-padded business suit (again, like the map, red is bad here).

The Alabama law takes a big time strike at Agenda 21 and its implementation arm, ICLEI. Below is the text from the Alabama bill.

THE LAW

SYNOPSIS:

Under existing law, the state, subject to certain federal laws or rules, has the right to develop its environmental and developmental policies.This bill would prohibit the State of Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that, without due process, would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owner of the property.

A BILL  TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT

Relating to due process; to prohibit the State of Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that, without due process, would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owner of the property.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA:

Section 1.

(a) As used in this section, “political subdivisions” means all state, county, incorporated city, unincorporated city, public local entity, public-private partnership, and any other public entity of the state, a county, or city.

(b) The State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to “Agenda 21,” adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development or any other international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Alabama.

(c) Since the United Nations has accredited and enlisted numerous non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations to assist in the implementation of its policies relative to Agenda 21 around the world, the State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not enter into any agreement, expend any sum of money, or receive funds contracting services, or giving financial aid to or from those non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations as defined in Agenda 21.

Section 2. This act shall become effective on the first day of the third month following its passage and approval by the Governor, or its otherwise becoming law.

 

Hopefully, this is the first of many rebukes of Agenda 21. We don’t need foreign entities foisting their control upon us in the name of ‘green energy’ or ‘sustainable development.’ But even this June 2012, there is yet another Earth Summit in Rio in which the next stages of their takeover will be hatched. Look in your localities for red flags as their main tactic is ‘eco-subsidies.’ Local governments essentially give up their rights for a nice check made out to them! Seriously, go look at the ICLEI list and see if your area is a ‘member.’

 

There is a huge fight ahead. However with the events in Wisconsin and Alabama, at least people are starting to wake up. Will these FIRSTS set a new precedence by which others will soon follow? Will more and more people begin to awaken and realize the dangerous projected path we are on? Or is it too late? It’s up to you.

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