Remarks given by Sue Forde
to the Republican Women of Clallam County
March 11, 2013
The move to replace our Constitution with the principles behind the Wildlands Project, UN Agenda 21 and The Earth charter is an “American” issue, not a political one. This agenda affects each and every one of us, stealing our liberty and our rights under the US and WA State Constitutions. Article I, Section I of the State Constitution says:
“All political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights.”
I ask: Which of our “individual rights” is any of this protecting?
The Wildlands Project, UN Agenda 21, and The Earth Charter: These three concepts blend together for a common purpose. That purpose: To control our lives in every area.
These concepts have been made “real” across the nation, reaching into every nook and cranny of our lives, perpetrated by federal and state agencies – unelected, unaccountable and bureaucratic. (This action officially began with an Executive Order signed by former President Bill Clinton establishing the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD)).
Keywords that clue us into these concepts include: Climate change, buffer zones, open space, growth management, comprehensive planning, ecosystems, biodiversity, green living, conservation easements, precautionary principle, public/private partnerships, global warming, sustainable communities, visioning meetings, walkable communities, livable communities, watersheds, land trust, water trust and many more. Continue reading
Wondering what the New World Religion looks like? This was a “news” release direct from the United Nations:
General Assembly GA/11075 Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York
20 April 2011
Not Too Late to Change Unsustainable Economic Growth Model, Improve Relationship
with Mother Earth, but ‘Time Is Running Short,’ General Assembly Told
Mother Earth Day Observed with Interactive Debate on ‘Harmony with Nature;’
Panels: Holistic Approach to Sustainable Development; Sharing National Experiences
The world’s current economic growth model – characterized by extreme production and consumption, slashed forests, and polluted air and water supplies — was operating at nature’s expense and, while it was not too late to change course and improve our relationship with Mother Earth, “time is running short,” the General Assembly was told today. Continue reading