No Need to Fight 1000 Battles
|By Michael Shaw|
|Tuesday, 21 April 2009 15:38|
The umbrella policy plan designed to ‘change’ everything from your backyard gardens to the national borders is called Sustainable Development (aka Agenda 21). Its main goal is absolutely not protection of the environment.
I know about the environmental fraud firsthand. I created one of the most environmentally profound native plant oases in California only to discover that the political environmentalists (of which there are many) could care less. I also sat on the Local Santa Cruz Agenda 21 committee in the 1990's. This program was promoted by the United Nations and Club of Rome along with many government agencies, non-government organizations and private foundations. The predetermined policies were created through phony consensus meetings. [See related articles: The Consensus Process, "Visioning" - Know What You Are Getting Into, How to Handle Predetermined Consensus Meetings]
After many years of intense study I have come to understand that these oppressive policies are being implemented not only in Santa Cruz, CA but all over the globe. There is plenty of funny money being printed to fund these programs. It’s also sneaky in that many different names are used to disguise the same programs.
In fact Sustainable Development itself has been around a long time. Prior to the phrase Sustainable Development these policies advanced under the Fabian Socialists, The Permanent Revolution, Communitarian Law, and the Communist Manifesto just to mention a few. Today we see such terms as equity, environment, economy and common good, etc….
America’s currency is being destroyed, taxes are ballooning, personal privacy is vanishing, private property is being abolished, a “global warming” scam is being perpetrated in order to further control people, and children are being indoctrinated to live as global citizens in ‘new world’ oppression.
There are a thousand points of darkness that are now wafting upon us. What are Americans supposed to do, fight a thousand battles?
If we understand how Sustainable Development operates, we can protect unalienable rights and individual liberty. When you are faced with a community battle whether it is over water or high-density government housing, the choices presented typically appear to offer solutions, but most often they merely present another side of the same coin. Fight the battles on principle and with knowledge of Sustainable Development philosophy and unalienable rights rather than self-serving solutions and we will begin to win!
To resurrect liberty for all, we must fully understand the threat. This why Freedom Advocates makes Sustainable Development the focus of our study and you should too. Freedom Advocates is an information source complete with neighborhood tools designed to assist you in your efforts to preserve and restore liberty. Long live the American ideal!
No Need to Fight 1000 Battles by Michael Shaw
Michael Shaw is President of FreedomAdvocates.org