Yes. WorldNetDaily columnists and quite a few others have covered Agenda 21. Enter "agenda 21" (with the quotes) in a google search to see the UN documents.
And as you see, large scale developers like Agenda 21 and its variants. They'll sneer at any warnings about it. The most recent such effort in my State was "Proposition 21," if I remember correctly (4-5 years ago?).
Anyway, such sustainable development programs will stop competition from smaller developers for a short while. False environmentalists often do local front politics for large scale developers.
The problem for large developers and their banker friends is that they will be next in line, as private properties (including shares) will altogether outlawed in the next step (as discussed by world and US architects of the overall plan). The other problem for them is their self-assurance (vanity) that the plan won't affect them, inducing them to assist with such false environmentalism.
We'll see the push against ownership of private property more clearly after the next Democrat Administration is voted into office, along with the completion of the Democrat plan to turn our government into, in effect, a one party system.
It is not just the Democrats but Republicans also. Years back when the Repbulican party was conservative, the members call those republicans, Rockefellow Republicans. My parents warned me years ago to never vote for these people. It was a republican who donated all the land to the UN in NY.
If nothing else, some of you need to go to the UN website and read.
All fishermen should look out because OCEANS 21 is on its way brought to you by congressman Sam Farr from California who flies a UN flag at his washington office.
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With home ownership up, way up, interest rates still at a 40 year low, and the biggest non union organization, National Association of Realtors, lobbying hard in DC and across our state capitals, they will have a very tough time with private property rights. That is number one on NAR's agenda. We fight the enviornmentalist every day. Here in Oregon we had, for a second time, a landslide victory about private property rights, the tide is turning against enviornmentalists, at least in my state.