Less than two weeks post-election, Don Casey drove 600 miles from Birmingham to Columbus – to educate a group of Ohioans about the shadowy issue of Agenda 21, aka Sustainable Development.
The Ohio Liberty Coalition hosted the statewide meeting on Agenda 21 and Thorium energy on November 17. Mr. Casey, who helped spearhead the anti-Agenda 21 legislation as Vice-chair of Alabama’s Alliance for Citizens Rights (ACR), addressed a group of nearly 200 in central Ohio.
Casey has studied Agenda 21 for twenty years and was instrumental in Alabama’s successful passage of Senate Bill 477. Continue reading
Written March 19, 2012
More and more local communities are rising up to oppose local comprehensive land use plans and local ordinances because they claim the policies contained in the documents reflect the recommendations found in the U.N.’s Agenda 21, which result in the loss of property rights and individual freedom. Consequently, proponents of professional planning and sustainable development increase their criticism of the opposition, often resorting to ridicule and personal attacks. So who’s right about Agenda 21?
Imagine waking up in a country where a high-ranking government official stands in front of citizens and rails against personal property rights:
“The American system of justice must be changed to conform to that of the rest of the world, and there must be a shift in attitudes. Individual wants, needs and desires are to be conformed to the views and dictates of government planners. In the process of implementing Sustainable Development, individual rights will have to take a back seat to the collective.” Continue reading