Saturday, June 1, 2013

Agenda 21--Bankrupting America into Utopia, One City at a Time

The origins of the term "global warming" are commonly attributed to a scientist named Wallace Broecker of Columbia University who, in 1975, authored a paper titled, "Climactic Change: Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?"  Broecker's premise was that the earth was getting hotter and hotter due to greenhouse gas emissions from the rising number of humans on earth and human use of aerosols.  Although Broecker is credited with coining the phrase, it actually pre-dates him.  "Global warming" is the theme of a 1973 sci-fi movie titled "Soylent Green" starring Charlton Heston in which the earth's temperature has increased so much that agriculture is no longer possible, people are forced to live in crowded cities, the only food substance is plankton from the oceans and a handful of wealthy elites run the world.  (According to one post I read, the term "global warming" appears in this film. The term also appears in some newspaper articles from the 1950's.)

In 1988 NASA scientist James E. Hansen testified to Congress about "global warming"-specifically global warming from greenhouse gases.  After his testimony, the phrase and the concept grew in popularity along with the idea that the human race needed to take dramatic steps to reduce the negative effects of people on planet earth.

It was in such an environment that, in 1992, the United Nations held its Earth Summit and produced Agenda 21--its policy document for how to completely remake our world into a new world order.  The main premise of Agenda 21 is that Western, and especially American, wealth and prosperity are the cause of all of the world's environmental problems and that the solution is to replace the free market systems that have produced this prosperity with centralized planning and a system of rationing for all resources. Wealth redistribution, scarcity and rationing on a global scale are Agenda 21's answers to all of the world's ills. The document calls for all of the nations of the world to advance its goals through federal laws, but vigilance in the United States by many who understand the destructive nature of these policies has prevented passage of a federal climate change bill so far.

Now, it seems that the earth has gone into a cooling phase, or at least that "global warming" has paused.  Even proponents of the pseudo-science of climate change acknowledge this.  A report released in the United Kingdom this past Christmas indicates that, contrary to the predictions of Broecker and his climate conspirators, the global median temperature is not higher than it was a decade ago.  A Huffington Post article published in January of 2013 tries to make sense of the pause in global warming with the preposterous claim that perhaps coal usage in China is artificially cooling the earth and preventing the full effects of global warming from taking place.  Only in the upside down world of global environmentalism does Chinese coal burning produce planet-saving cooling, while in the U.S. this same practice further destroys the planet.
With on-going "global warming" now in dispute, proponents of global environmentalism have now turned their attention to climate change. They attribute every tragedy, from the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma, last week to Hurricane Sandy last fall, to human actions and demand a federal climate change bill.  Proponents of climate change legislation know that the solution has already been devised in Agenda 21--they just need to either find or create the right problem so that we will let them implement this "solution" fully.

President Obama ran in 2008 on a climate change platform in which he made the promise to set the boundaries of the oceans.  (Really?  One man has the power to set the boundaries of the oceans by getting the right set of laws passed?  Really?)  Though he does not yet have his climate change bill, he continues to advance the climate change agenda through various agencies, like the EPA, and through his policies which are redefining how Americans work, live and travel and even how much we are allowed to eat.

Agenda 21 is being implemented at every level of our society through both federal initiatives and local ones. Agenda 21 is in my hometown of El Paso, Texas--if it is not in your hometown it soon will be. It is not now, nor has it ever been, about "saving the planet."  It is about destroying American wealth and influence in the world and bankrupting our country--one city at a time.

On Sunday, May 19th, I was asked to speak on the subject of Agenda 21. After you watch this presentation, get involved in your community to put the brakes on Agenda 21. Last June, Alabama passed a law banning implementation of Agenda 21; this year Oklahoma and Missouri are working on similar bills.  This threat to our prosperity and our national sovereignty advances one city at a time, and we can stop it one city at a time--if we will.  If we don't, we will wake up in a few years to learn that we have allowed ourselves to be bankrupted into a globalist hell worthy of any sci-fi scriptwriter.

Alexandra Swann is the author of No Regrets: How Homeschooling Earned me a Master's Degree at Age Sixteen and several other books. Her novel, The Planner, about an out of control, environmentally-driven federal government implementing Agenda 21, is available on Kindle and in paperback. For more information, visit her website at

1 comment:

  1. Nice speech on youtube.
    But your speech keep referring to something on the slide, which was not shown in the video.
    Could you please post a link to your slide presentation for this speech?