Agenda 21: what kind of world will it bring?

This is the third in a multi-part series by Jeffrey Kibler designed to inform readers of the impending danger of United Nations (UN) Agenda 21.

Agenda 21, also known as “sustainable development,” is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world.  It was signed onto in 1992 by President George HW Bush along with 178 other world leaders. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development was held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 3 to 14 June 1992, in conformity with General Assembly resolution 45/211 of December 21, 1990 and its decision 46/468 of April 13, 1992.

agenda_21_1The unfortunate re-election of the most “transformational president” in American history is certainly welcome by the proponents of Agenda 21. Another four years of lavish spending and punitive socialist redistribution of wealth under Mr. Obama will undoubtedly advance implementation of this UN nightmare of a plan. So what will America be like in the next 10-20 years following this implementation? Not so good, predicts the Atlantic Council, a think tank, in their just released report, “Envisioning 2030: U.S. Leadership in a Post-Western World.” The intent of this report was to “help prepare the Obama Administration and its global partners for unprecedented change.” It predicts a future of “vast economic and political volatility, environmental catastrophe, and conflicting, inward-looking nationalisms that would be unlike any period that the United States (US) has seen before.” It also outlines a US leadership strategy for the period ahead to 2030 and offers policy approaches in key subject areas intended to ensure a positive outcome at this inflection point toward a “post-Western world.” This opinion is based on their belief we will see historic shifts in political and economic influence throughout the world.

The National Intelligence Council (NIC) issued a companion report to the Atlantic Council report, “Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds,” which models and forecasts the potential worlds in the next 20 years. The four potential worlds are: Stalled Engines, Fusion, Genie-Out-of-the-Bottle, and a Non-State World. The “Stalled Engines” world would be one where globalization stalls and interstate conflict grows. The “Fusion” world would be one where the US China and cooperate. The “Genie-Out-of-the-Bottle” world would be one where the US is no longer the world’s policeman and pocketbook, inequalities explode, no more international welfare, some countries prosper, some countries fail). The “Non-State World” would be one where the leaders become Non-Government Organizations (NGO), multinational businesses, academic institutions, or wealthy individuals. The “Non-State World” appears to be the most likely as it is the most closely aligned with the desire to create and control the individual through mega-cities such as those envisioned by Agenda 21. The elites would become the leaders, control global public opinion, and form hybrid coalitions, and take power.

Jeffrey Kibler is a contributor to The Brenner Brief.

Jeffrey Kibler is a contributor to The Brenner Brief.

The NIC report provides a survey of the emerging economic and geopolitical landscape and outlines a US strategy to avoid conflict and enhance cooperation. The six elements of the proposed strategy are:

  1. Develop policies from a more strategic and long-term perspective.
  2. Emphasize “nation-building at home” as the first foreign policy priority.
  3. Act energetically to shape dynamic and uncertain global trends,.
  4. Reinforce the transatlantic relationship as its strategic base and develop collaborative forms of leadership.
  5. Deepen cooperation with China.
  6. Address the locus of instability in the 21st century — the Middle East.

The fact that these two newly released reports exist publicly and align so closely with the goals and objectives of Agenda 21 is frightening. The thought of living in a “post-Western world” where the American standard of living has been significantly reduced to align with the rest of the world is unnerving. But this is precisely what is going to happen in America under Mr. Obama in his second term aided by UN schemes such as Agenda 21. The sooner Americans wake up the better off we will all be.

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Comments

  1. abaworlock says:

    It reads like the script for a bad SI-FI movie. But the scary part is that you can see it being implemented on the feds web site and on my states web site. The warning signs are there. Their trying to take control of the Internet on a global scale, going after our rights, trying to disarm us so we’re defenseless and their manipulating the press.
    They think this agenda is more important than human life just look at their operation fast and furious, last count I believe the death toll was over 200 and is expected to rise.
    So they wont have a problem with the population reduction.

  2. agenda for the 21 first centruy, a new world order, (what is the old world order?) I sumise all of this is really an attempt by those who have the power and weatlh to consolidate their power over the people, so they can have their garden of eden paradise or peace as it were without worrying about the masses using up resources, gaining wealth and power themselves and have their servant class at just the right numbers and education for control, thus not worrying about losing what they worked so hard to gain. thus putting everyone who is allowed to live in prison cities where they can be watched 24/7 to make sure they don’t revolt or unify against them in some way, and to find servants they can trust to manage these cities for them (so they can produce all the things the elites need like their fuel for thier machines, electricity for their mansions (you and I would not get any energy for our little boxes) growing their food, building their boats, yachts, electronics etc, you get the picture. a master slave class, the masters put out of your reach, I mena how far can you go without a car, no access to buses or trains that can go off line to where the elites live? and how far can you get if your monitered 24/7 even on these trains?no they are looking for their own kingdom, and we aer not part of the leisure class only the laboring class. so agenda 21 is basically a bait and switch, the bait looks really wonderful almost paradisaic, (unless people point out to you the flaws) when in reality the switch, is designed to be a living nightmare.

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