Oh Roy, I wish I could see your fine insults and hatred of me. Oh wait, I don't care what you have to say.
Originally Posted by Roy Stuart
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One of the hallmarks of conspiracy theorists is that they, and only they, have 'the genuine, real inside scoop' on everything. Wacked out mindsets finding each other on the Internet & getting all warm & fuzzy & self-affirming with each other, archy....you & gnome post the most idiotic spew on a surfing forum ever.
As for UN Agenda 21:
The irony is that Agenda 21 is all about survival. It was intended to offer a strategic plan to scale down the use of natural resources to levels that meet “the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations.” (The 21 stands for the 21st century.) One hundred and seventy-eight world leaders, including President George H.W. Bush, signed on to the agreement in 1992.
Experts who study conspiracy theories attribute the rise of Agenda 21 fears to distrust of the UN that existed long before the document was drafted and approved at the Earth Summit. “Any time you get some sort of UN program that suggests any kind of change in the way people live, even if it seems outwardly benign and even voluntary, it’s going to be taken up by people of a conspiracist bent,” Michael Barkun, a political science professor at Syracuse University, told the Report.
The fact is that Americans on the extreme right have harbored wild fears about global control, and the loss of national and local power, for at least a century, going back to the League of Nations and even before. Much more recently, in 1991, President George H.W. Bush deepened suspicions about the designs of global elites when he used the phrase “new world order” during a speech to Congress following the Gulf War — an utterance that, in retrospect, has been interpreted as a revealing slip of the tongue.
While there is some opposition to Agenda 21 from the left — from groups like Democrats Against Agenda 21 — it’s on the radical right that the UN plan has become a touchstone of a larger theme that equates environmentalism with totalitarianism and the loss of individual freedom. For a growing cast of far-right hardliners, Agenda 21 is a sort of Trojan horse, a totalitarian scheme with a green environmental mask, lying in wait to destroy America as we know it.
Some are convinced the UN is cutting off access to national forests to leverage natural treasures against foreign debt, or worse, to build prison camps for U.S. citizens. The Tenth Amendment Center and the Oath Keepers have launched propaganda campaigns to curb the supposed UN advance. Even the League of the South (LOS), a neo-Confederate group that advocates a second Southern succession, has gotten involved. Those attending the grand opening in January of the LOS compound in Wetumpka, Ala., had to wipe their shoes on a UN flag before entering the building.
Now, go for it (sigh)....torch another thread with your massive posts about all of the conspiring people, from the UN on down to Sheriff Barney Fife, who are responsible for your misery.
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Jun 2, 2013, 12:31 PM #116
it was implemented in Sonoma County, CA. the plan there is to reduce CO2 emissions back to pre 1990 levels. problem there is the population is growing and CO2 emissions were not measured at that time.
you've told me all about the conspiracy side opinions. tell me than how is Agenda 21 good?
Jun 2, 2013, 02:44 PM #117
Jun 2, 2013, 02:49 PM #118
Jun 2, 2013, 03:09 PM #119
PG&E was monitoring CO2 in 1990. They (California) have been on a green kick for years. They are working towards lower CO2 levels in most urban areas. Much of this work is through green energy projects like hydroelectric, solar, and wind power projects. They are also looking at alternative tranportation methods for more reductions. I don't see this as a bad thing. I have never been for all green energy projects, as I believe some do more harm than good (ie current biofuels), but we do need to work for better solutions to our energy needs.
Jun 2, 2013, 04:40 PM #120
as far as Satanists and Christian conspiracy theorists go, if your faith lies in jesus Christ and you recognize all the wrong doing going on in this world as evil than you can say it in those terms. i'm not a Christian but the bible does correlate a lot of what is happening today.