Agenda 21 Plus 20
John’s on vacation this week so it’s a good time for a round table.
We’ve haven’t done one of those in a while.
Almost 20 years have elapsed since the United Nations Conference on
Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.
The treaties from that conference were rejected for ratification by
the U.S. senate, notably because Agenda 21 is extremely hostile to
the private ownership of property, flying in the face of our
constitution. Nevertheless, despite a lack of ratification, Agenda
21 was implemented at the national, state, and local levels these
last two decades. Why so? It’s another end-run around the system
that’s transforming government in this country.
Since John’s playing hooky, no boralogue today.