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Some Members of Congress Promote Agenda 21
Advance Bulletin ^ | Sep 13, 2004 | Michael Park

Posted on 09/13/2004 6:34:06 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer

Summary: WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Though Congress never voted to support and implement Agenda 21 -- and its implementation has been accomplished through executive orders and the activities of NGOs -- there is evidence that some representatives tried very hard to push it through early on.

Full text: Why didn't the American public find out a long time ago how some members of Congress are pushing for the United States to submit to an international regime of comprehensive control? After all, the evidence is in the open -- all congressional bills are in the public domain, along with a list of every representative that sponsored or cosponsored them.

Perhaps it is the case that the evidence is only damaging in retrospect, since most researchers didn't see the significance of the bills when they were proposed. After all, even a cursory look at the resolutions and legislation that roll through the congressional calendar reveals how inane most of it is, with resolutions declaring this week to be National Metal Siding Week and next Thursday to be John Doe's Annual Day of Recognition. It's no surprise, then, that actions that pose a grievous threat to the individual liberties of Americans and the sovereignty of our nation sometimes slip through unseen.

Agenda 21 in the Halls of Congress

Congressional support for Agenda 21 arose quietly in 1992 and 1993 in the months before and after the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), which took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 3-14, 1992. As early as January of 1992, Congressman John Porter (IL) introduced a resolution (H. J. RES. 394) calling for President George H.W. Bush to lead a delegation to Brazil.

During the UNCED, also called the Rio Earth Summit, Bush would sign the Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity, endorse the Rio Declaration and the Forest Principles, and adopt Agenda 21 on behalf of the United States of America.

Some members of Congress were eager to get the ball rolling: an aide from Congressman Porter's office told The Scientist (registration required), a magazine for the scientific community, "We have to get something in place this Congress, or we'll have another excuse to do nothing." On July 17, 1992, Porter took the next step and introduced legislation (H.R. 5424) calling for the establishment of a "Commission on Environment and Development" that would monitor all who signed Agenda 21 and the other agreements laid out in Rio, with the express purpose of "advancing the objectives of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development."

"The Rio Commission will help ensure that the promise of the Earth Summit will not be forgotten, but fulfilled," Porter told The Scientist.

Though it appears that Porter's legislation wallowed in committees, the momentum from Rio was still quite strong. Just weeks later, on August 5, 1992, Nancy Pelosi (CA) introduced a concurrent resolution in Congress (H. CON. RES. 353), saying that the United States of America should reform all domestic and foreign policy to adhere to the agreements of the Earth Summit, develop a national strategy to implement Agenda 21, and regularly report to the United Nations our progress on that path. Pelosi's resolution passed the House of Representatives on October 2, 1992, but failed in the Senate.

Back on the international playing field, the United Nations was hard at work establishing an institutional framework to ensure that Agenda 21's comprehensive regulation affecting every aspect of daily life would be enacted. On December 22, 1992, the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) was established by the United Nations Economic and Social Council and empowered by the General Assembly to "examine the progress of the implementation of Agenda 21 at the national, regional and international levels..." The CSD is entering its 13th year, and the United States of America has been a member of the CSD since the very beginning.

Undaunted by slow going in Congress, Nancy Pelosi returned to the House floor on March 29, 1993 and introduced a joint resolution (H. J. RES. 166) to renew the call for the United States to "assume a strong leadership role in implementing ... Agenda 21 and other Earth Summit agreements." Pelosi eventually gathered 67 co-sponsors for her bill, 32 of whom are still in Congress.

H. J. RES. 166 was referred directly to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and then on April 16, 1993, it was referred to the Subcommittee on Economic Policy, Trade and Environment. By all indicators, the bill went no farther than that subcommittee.

Down... But Not Out for the Count

After a flurry of activity to get the United States on board with the international environmental movement to eradicate individual rights and subvert the Constitution, there was a relative calm in Congress, with all the dangerous elements resigned to a purgatory of subcommittees. Historians could consult the federal records, where they would find no concrete evidence that these bills had gone any farther. They would be wrong, however, for the actions called for in Pelosi's resolutions were being carried out, regardless of Congressional support -- or the lack thereof.

On June 14, 1993, President Bill Clinton, after just six months in office, signed an executive order establishing the President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD), which would carry out the exact functions called for in Pelosi's resolutions. In a White House press release, Clinton announced that the Council's primary goals would be to:

"Develop specific policy recommendations for a national strategy for sustainable development that can be implemented by public and private sectors;

"Respond to the recommendations in Agenda 21, the comprehensive international policy declaration nations of the world agreed to as a pledge to global environmental action, and contribute to the U.S. plan to be submitted to the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, the international commission created at the Earth Summit to help ensure implementation of Agenda 21;

"Sponsor projects that demonstrate and test the viability of the Council's recommendations and that encourage comprehensive approaches;

"Establish links with other non-governmental organizations within and outside the United States;

"Recognize outstanding sustainable development achievements through an annual Presidential award; and,

"Educate the public about the far-reaching opportunities in sustainable development." Through the PCSD, Agenda 21 policy recommendations filtered into every federal agency in America. Many of those agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), had their own representatives in attendance at the Rio Earth Summit and were already acting upon Agenda 21, but this new source of support from the White House gave extra muscle to their activities.

Apart from the PCSD, a multitude of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) were working in communities across America to translate the overarching principles and recommendations of Agenda 21 into local policy. One of the most prominent NGOs was the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI). ICLEI, launched in 1990 at the World Congress of Local Governments for a Sustainable Future, is based in Toronto, Canada, but has offices around the globe, including Berkeley, California. Its stated mission is to provide policy recommendations to assist local governments in the implementation of Sustainable Development. ICLEI was instrumental in the development of Agenda 21, having drafted Chapter 28 in 1991 in preparation for the upcoming summit. Their boilerplate sustainable development policies are being implemented in every county in the United States.

As Pelosi's resolution dictated, the United States has been giving periodic reports to the United Nations showing progress in "advancing the objectives of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development." The United States Country Profile report (PDF), available for download on the United Nations' website, was submitted in 2002 as part of the Country Profile series presented at the Johannesburg World Summit for Sustainable Development. According to that report, the Country Profile Series is "the most comprehensive overview to date of the status of implementation of Agenda 21 at the national level." The United Nations also has a map on their website designating the international progress of the implementation of Agenda 21 (PDF). The United States is shown as having "components of sustainable development in place."

Conclusion

Members of Congress are held accountable to their constituents for any actions they undertake contrary to their oath to preserve and protect the Constitution. However, when their bills are stalled in subcommittees, giving them a comfortable excuse for denial of culpability, the responsibility lies with all Americans to remain vigilant as federal, state and local agencies move forward with the piecemeal implementation of Agenda 21's anti-human and anti-liberty policies. Those elected officials who continue to show support for sustainable development despite the clearly detrimental effects should be voted out of office and replaced with Constitutionally-minded individuals whose primary concern is the protection of unalienable rights.


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Government; US: California
KEYWORDS: agenda21; constitutionalism; corruption; development; environment; nancypelosi; napalminthemorning; sustainable; un
Nancy Pelosi hard at work.
1 posted on 09/13/2004 6:34:07 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: take; Fiddlstix; Wonder Warthog; christie; PersonalLiberties; dasboot; Spann_Tillman; Mr. Mojo; ...

New article.


2 posted on 09/13/2004 6:35:05 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer
Oh man, this is not good. Why do these idiots insist on putting us under control of organizations like the UN? It beats all I've ever seen. We've got to get rid of them. NOW, whatever it takes! btw, thanks for the ping. 8-)
3 posted on 09/13/2004 6:42:28 PM PDT by NRA2BFree (Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.)
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To: clmbrmike

PING


4 posted on 09/13/2004 7:00:35 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer

"The United Nations also has a map on their website "

Would it be really hard to make these hotlins ?


5 posted on 09/13/2004 7:01:03 PM PDT by RS (The Truth may be slimy, but it is never slime)
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To: NRA2BFree
Members of Congress are held accountable to their constituents

Californians better start doing their civic duty. Ms Pelosi has demonstrated a lack of loyalty to her country and the people who elected her.
6 posted on 09/13/2004 7:03:08 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: RS

Give me a minute....


7 posted on 09/13/2004 7:03:34 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer

For that matter, why doesn't the public know that over 50 member's of congress are also members of the socialist party?


8 posted on 09/13/2004 7:13:32 PM PDT by MissAmericanPie
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To: RS


H. J. RES. 394

RIO DECLARATION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Forest Principles

Agenda 21

H.R. 5424 H.CON.RES.353

Commission on Sustainable Development

established by the United Nations Economic and Social Council empowered by the General Assembly



H. J. RES. 166

President's Council on Sustainable Development

International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives

The United States Country Profile report

a map on their website designating the international progress of the implementation of Agenda 21

You need to register on the UN site to see the Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Convention on Biological Diversity.
9 posted on 09/13/2004 7:15:04 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer; abbi_normal_2; Ace2U; adam_az; Alamo-Girl; Alas; alfons; alphadog; amom; ...
Rights, farms, environment ping.
Let me know if you wish to be added or removed from this list.
I don't get offended if you want to be removed.
10 posted on 09/13/2004 7:16:18 PM PDT by farmfriend ( In Essentials, Unity...In Non-Essentials, Liberty...In All Things, Charity.)
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To: MissAmericanPie

This information would be very instructive to the American people and explain why so many of our Congressmen are so gung ho for the UN.

If you don't mind, you should this along to people you know and help them to understand the depth of the problem.


11 posted on 09/13/2004 7:16:32 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer

Don't forget the Law of the Sea Treaty.


12 posted on 09/13/2004 7:37:13 PM PDT by lilylangtree (Veni, Vidi, Vici)
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To: hedgetrimmer; farmfriend
Those elected officials who continue to show support for sustainable development despite the clearly detrimental effects should be voted out of office and replaced with Constitutionally-minded individuals whose primary concern is the protection of unalienable rights.

And people wonder why my tag line hasn't changed.

13 posted on 09/13/2004 7:37:14 PM PDT by brityank (The more I learn about the Constitution, the more I realise this Government is UNconstitutional.)
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To: hedgetrimmer
Members of Congress are held accountable to their constituents.

Californians better start doing their civic duty. Ms Pelosi has demonstrated a lack of loyalty to her country and the people who elected her.

I agree. I think everyone has RATS in their state that need to be impeached, recalled or whatever it takes to get them out of office. CA recalled Davis, so they know how to do it. You've got Feinswine, Boxer, Pelosi, and I can't think of any others. We've got Tom Udall, and Jeff Bingaman in NM that we've got to get rid of. We can't keep waiting. It'll be too late, if it isn't already.

14 posted on 09/13/2004 7:39:05 PM PDT by NRA2BFree (Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.)
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To: brityank

Its a very appropriate tagline. A very important question to ask is if an elected official doesn't believe in the Constitution or by their actions shows they don't believe in the Constitution, should they be allowed to run? Free speech does not protect individuals that commit treason or undermine our form of government while in office.


15 posted on 09/13/2004 7:44:04 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer; Carry_Okie
Apart from the PCSD, a multitude of Non-Governmental "Organizations (NGOs) were working in communities across America to translate the overarching principles and recommendations of Agenda 21 into local policy. One of the most prominent NGOs was the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI). ICLEI, launched in 1990 at the World Congress of Local Governments for a Sustainable Future, is based in Toronto, Canada, but has offices around the globe, including Berkeley, California. Its stated mission is to provide policy recommendations to assist local governments in the implementation of Sustainable Development. ICLEI was instrumental in the development of Agenda 21, having drafted Chapter 28 in 1991 in preparation for the upcoming summit. Their boilerplate sustainable development policies are being implemented in every county in the United States.

I don't care how much you try to broach this subject with even rock-ribbed, dyed in the wool Conservatives, let alone anyone else... All you get is glassy-eyed stares and yawns!!!

Looks really familiar, doesn't it Carry_Okie???

16 posted on 09/13/2004 7:44:09 PM PDT by SierraWasp (God Bless AMERICA...The most exceptional nation ever to exist on EARTH!!! (except to Demonicrats)
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To: lilylangtree

I sure haven't.



17 posted on 09/13/2004 7:46:25 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: SierraWasp

Especially the "glassy-eyed stare part."


18 posted on 09/13/2004 7:47:25 PM PDT by Carry_Okie (There are people in power who are truly evil.)
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To: NRA2BFree

It sure is time to start defending our Constitution so our progeny can live in freedom.


19 posted on 09/13/2004 7:49:30 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer
It sure is time to start defending our Constitution so our progeny can live in freedom.

I totally agree. If we don't hurry up and start, it's going to be too late. I've said for a long time that apathy was going to be the downfall of America. I still believe it is.

20 posted on 09/13/2004 8:20:05 PM PDT by NRA2BFree (Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.)
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To: NRA2BFree

Apathy is only part. Ignorance is the rest. Why doesn't the mainstream media report on this? Why do our schools teach children UN curriculum and how to become good global citizens? I think its because most people don't have a clue. After all, how could such a thing be happening in a free country?


21 posted on 09/13/2004 8:25:35 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: bjmorris

Constitutional fundamentalists are just not electable. Alan Keyes is a perfect example. He is viewed as a nut job by most here in Illinois. Yet, he is absolutely dead on the money when it comes to his constitutional knowledge.

Bottom line. Only 10% of the population has a clue what the constitution really says about things. The rest think it is a document written to somehow make sure we all have a chicken in every pot, a full time job, health care, child care, and cheap gas. It would be a joke to ask everybody walking out of WalMart on any given day what the constitution say about anything. Yet, these people are allowed to vote and possibly alter it's enforcement or interpretation. I would feel safer if all of these people had guns than I do with them having the right to vote.


22 posted on 09/13/2004 8:37:44 PM PDT by bjmorris
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To: bjmorris

Maybe if we require our elected officials to take a refresher course in the Constitution when they get elected to be repeated if they get re-elected they would represent us better.


23 posted on 09/13/2004 9:25:20 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: hedgetrimmer

read later


24 posted on 09/13/2004 9:38:55 PM PDT by LiteKeeper (Secularization of America is happening)
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To: hedgetrimmer
Apathy is only part. Ignorance is the rest. Why doesn't the mainstream media report on this? Why do our schools teach children UN curriculum and how to become good global citizens? I think its because most people don't have a clue. After all, how could such a thing be happening in a free country?

The reason they don't have a clue is because of the media. People are fed exactly what the media wants them to know.

25 posted on 09/14/2004 1:43:40 AM PDT by NRA2BFree (Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.)
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To: farmfriend

BTTT!!!!!!


26 posted on 09/14/2004 3:07:23 AM PDT by E.G.C.
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To: hedgetrimmer

As long as the average teacher is not the one doing the instructing on the Constitution


27 posted on 09/14/2004 3:15:59 AM PDT by PersonalLiberties (An honest politician is one who, when he's bought, stays bought. -Simon Cameron, political boss)
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To: NRA2BFree
"..RATS in their state.."

Of course, the 'Rats are a big factor in this, but unfortunately, it is not just the 'Rats. We have "bi-partisanship" now, don't you know.

28 posted on 09/14/2004 6:30:12 AM PDT by Designer (Sysiphus Sr. to Junior; "It was uphill, all the way, both ways!")
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To: lilylangtree
Also, the FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas)

being sold to the Dupes as a "trade agreement", it is primarily about control, and an important building block toward world government. Our Congress will be voting on this early next year. Please put pressure on your senators and congressman to kill it. Find out more here;

http://www.stoptheftaa.org/default.html

29 posted on 09/14/2004 6:50:06 AM PDT by Designer (Sysiphus Sr. to Junior; "It was uphill, all the way, both ways!")
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To: RS

The links are all available in the Advance Bulletin website (www.advancebulletin.net), where the article was originally posted. Hedgetrimmer didn't include all of them...

And the only one that requires registration is a link to the article in The Scientist. The UN site does NOT require it. (And I wouldn't expect anyone here to comply)

By the way, here's the list of those Congressman still in office who supported Pelosi's HJRes 166:

+ Rep Ackerman, Gary L. [NY-5] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Andrews, Robert E. [NJ-1] - 5/19/1993
+ Rep Becerra, Xavier [CA-30] - 6/23/1993
+ Rep Berman, Howard L. [CA-26] - 4/28/1993
+ Rep Bishop, Sanford D., Jr. [GA-2] - 9/14/1993
+ Rep DeFazio, Peter A. [OR-4] - 4/22/1993
+ Rep Deutsch, Peter [FL-20] - 4/28/1993
+ Rep Evans, Lane [IL-17] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Faleomavaega, Eni F. H. [AS] - 4/7/1993
+ Rep Filner, Bob [CA-50] - 4/7/1993
+ Rep Frost, Martin [TX-24] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Gilchrest, Wayne T. [MD-1] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Hinchey, Maurice D. [NY-26] - 4/28/1993
+ Rep Jefferson, William J. [LA-2] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Lantos, Tom [CA-12] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Markey, Edward J. [MA-7] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep McDermott, Jim [WA-7] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Miller, George [CA-7] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Nadler, Jerrold [NY-8] - 6/23/1993
+ Rep Norton, Eleanor Holmes [DC] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Olver, John W. [MA-1] - 4/7/1993
+ Rep Owens, Major R. [NY-11] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Peterson, Collin C. [MN-7] - 5/19/1993
+ Rep Roybal-Allard, Lucille [CA-33] - 6/15/1993
+ Rep Rush, Bobby L. [IL-1] - 4/28/1993
+ Rep Sanders, Bernard [VT-98] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Schumer, Charles E. [NY-9] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Stupak, Bart [MI-1] - 4/22/1993
+ Rep Towns, Edolphus [NY-10] - 3/29/1993
+ Rep Woolsey, Lynn C. [CA-6] - 3/23/1994
+ Rep Wynn, Albert Russell [MD-4] - 7/23/1993


30 posted on 09/14/2004 9:23:26 AM PDT by clmbrmike
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To: Designer
Of course, the 'Rats are a big factor in this, but unfortunately, it is not just the 'Rats. We have "bi-partisanship" now, don't you know.

Oh, yes I forgot about the little RINO traitors! Silly me. Thank you for calling this to my attention. For a brief moment, I regressed to the time that Republicans were actually Conservatives! LOL!

31 posted on 09/14/2004 10:20:47 AM PDT by NRA2BFree (Never frown, even when you are sad, because you never know who is falling in love with your smile.)
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To: hedgetrimmer
Apathy is only part. Ignorance is the rest.

The Totalization Treaty with Mexico is on schedule to go into effect in October. It was signed by the Bush social security administrator June 29. It is before congress and has 60 working days. If congress does nothing, it will automatically become law in October as congress does not have to vote on this.

Right now on FR, the main concern is getting Dan Rather and some mention by the MSM of FR.We have very few days left before this becomes law. Does anyone care? Even Alan Greenspan spoke about the unstable SS recently and encouraged moving the retirement age of the American worker up even more. Again Bush kept his mouth shut with no response as he knows the Totalization Treaty with Mexico is on schedule.

Maybe I am wrong. It looks like the majority of Freepers want to give social security to Mexico and the illegals.

32 posted on 09/14/2004 10:51:10 AM PDT by texastoo (a "has-been" Republican)
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To: hedgetrimmer
Apathy is only part. Ignorance is the rest.

The Totalization Treaty with Mexico is on schedule to go into effect in October. It was signed by the Bush social security administrator June 29. It is before congress and has 60 working days. If congress does nothing, it will automatically become law in October as congress does not have to vote on this.

Right now on FR, the main concern is getting Dan Rather and some mention by the MSM of FR.We have very few days left before this becomes law. Does anyone care? Even Alan Greenspan spoke about the unstable SS recently and encouraged moving the retirement age of the American worker up even more. Again Bush kept his mouth shut with no response as he knows the Totalization Treaty with Mexico is on schedule.

Maybe I am wrong. It looks like the majority of Freepers want to give social security to Mexico and the illegals.

33 posted on 09/14/2004 10:51:50 AM PDT by texastoo (a "has-been" Republican)
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To: NRA2BFree
The UN's analysis of each nation's report is available on the UN web site. A closer examination of what the UN has to say about the United State's implementation of Agenda 21 is most revealing. One of the 32 specific objectives of Agenda 21 is to create a "National Coordinating Body" in each nation. Of the more than 150 participating nations, 73% already have such a body, and an additional 9% are in the process of creating a National Coordinating Body. In the United States, the National Coordinating Body is the President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD). The United Nations report says:

"In the United States, the PCSD was conceived to formulate recommendations for the implementation of Agenda 21."

http://www.sovereignty.net/p/sd/agenda21rpt.htm
34 posted on 09/14/2004 4:56:30 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: texastoo

First I have heard of this treaty with Mexico. Can you provide me a link so I can become better informed? Thanks.


35 posted on 09/14/2004 8:27:55 PM PDT by o_zarkman44
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To: o_zarkman44
United States and Mexico Sign Social Security Agreement

Totalization Treaty With Mexico -- The Sellout of America Continues

SHOULD THERE BE A SOCIAL SECURITY TOTALIZATION AGREEMENT WITH MEXICO?
36 posted on 09/14/2004 9:25:05 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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To: o_zarkman44

Thank you for asking about this.

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/media/pdf/ss/mexicofacts.pdf

For some reason the government has decided not to put the complete treaty online. This is the report that the GAO has submitted to congress. If you will notice we are giving SS to Mexico for only 3,000 US workers and risking a catastrophy in our SS system. We will also be rewarding illegal behavior.

I am hoping you will call your congressmen about this and show your displeasure.


37 posted on 09/14/2004 9:35:58 PM PDT by texastoo (a "has-been" Republican)
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To: hedgetrimmer

I hope you don't mind me changing the subject of your thread. There is no doubt in my mind that totalization is part of agenda 21, poverty. Why else would Bush do this for 3,000 Americans?

I can remember recently when 3,000 Americans lost their jobs from outsourcing, they were told to retrain. Now, when 3,000 people don't like paying taxes in Mexico we create a treaty. What is wrong here?


38 posted on 09/14/2004 9:49:50 PM PDT by texastoo (a "has-been" Republican)
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To: texastoo
There is no doubt in my mind that totalization is part of agenda 21, poverty

Well maybe we can get the thread back on track. I do happen to agree with you, however. Its very clear that sovereignty for all nations is undermined by the UN and Agenda 21, and these international agreements are a part of that.
39 posted on 09/14/2004 10:21:04 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer
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