‘Why does Agenda 21 not mention rural communities?’

July 10, 2019

THOUGHT CONTROL: “They’ve got this consensus thing going and they don’t seem to be able to think for themselves and this is because they are being trained into this system and it is intolerant in the way they say ‘nobody will be left behind’ and what they mean is that you will not be able to exist outside of it.” Agenda 21 campaigner Mark Windows on his observations on councillors, Local Government employees, Police and other public bodies and their reactions to dissent to their plans.

URBAN GRID: “This is a global action plan implemented locally. It is called the Urbanization Agenda and what the actual goal of it is to get everybody living in cities. By 2050 they want 70 per cent of the world’s population living in cities and you would think it is unbelievable, but if you like at the way London is being re-engineered into high density areas, people are being forced into cities.” – This is a recent tower block that is closed to being finished in Poole.

NO SHOW: This sign represents the Agenda 21 movement but you may find it difficult finding this sign or something similar on a stall at a major rural event like the New Forest Show or the Dorset County Show. This plan talks about sustainable development but very little on living sustainably, unless you pack people into cities.

 

A GLOBAL initiative that seems to have good intentions to deal with the world’s environmental crises may not appear what it seems.

Community activist Mark Windows of Windows On The World was speaking to to The Richie Allen Show on 13 June 2018 about the ongoing roll-out of the Agenda 21 programme world-wide and he was explaining how it works. More can be found on this podcast between American Agenda 21 campaigner Rosa Koire and the Corbett Report on 23 January last year.

‘Agenda 21 came out of 1992 Rio Summit’

An action plan came out of the Environmental summit hosted by Rio de Janeiro in 1992 that was attended by many members of the United Nations, including the European Union.

Mark Windows has been having roadshows along with Piers Corbyn and Sandy Allen at a venue in central Somerset. Sandy Allen has been more active at a local level in Somerset.

“What we are being forced into this consensus reality where basically we are being given this narrative which is unreality and I was trying to look where this was coming from. and it actually really goes into the psychological subversion of society.

‘People given illusion of choice at local level’

“A great help to me looking into this was looking at the ancient system of law. With all this consensus reality, this Agenda 21 and Agenda 30 and the controlling of the narrative at every single level it is all done where it is enforced on people via the illusion of choice and this is what is exactly what happens at a local level.”

Windows refers to a UN-administered program called Walkable Cities where cars will be part of history and everyone will walk or cycle. As part of a “act global, think local” agenda councils in which a statement from the original Agenda 21 document reads like this: “Each authority should enter a dialogue with its citizens, local organizations and private enterprises to form a Local Agenda 21 through consultation and consensus building.”

’70 per cent of world’s people to live in cities’

Windows said: “This is a global action plan implemented locally. It is called the Urbanization Agenda and what the actual goal of it is to get everybody living in cities. By 2050 they want 70 per cent of the world’s population living in cities and you would think it is unbelievable, but if you like at the way London is being re-engineered into high density areas, people are being forced into cities.”

Across the UK, readers may have noticed a lot of high-rise buildings under development in Bournemouth and Poole from local knowledge and if you travel on the train in Waterloo into London, you will see cranes all over the place creating new skyscrapers. You may have noticed that amount of bungalows being built has reduced markedly.

‘Local Agenda 21 groups not at rural events’

When I was writing in local newspapers, Agenda 21 was a group listed on press releases in the early Noughties. The groups Windows refers to never had stalls at prominent local events like the Royal Bath and West Show, the Gillingham and Shaftesbury Show or the Dorset Show and this is still the case now. I stand to be corrected if anyone can prove I’m wrong. They say actions speak louder than words.

It might be well reflecting on all the small food producers, craft makers and other artisan folks who have gone out of business in recent years due to loss-leading by supermarkets

Sustainable development doesn’t appear to include rural/suburban communities or sustainable living. Although the phrase “stakeholders” is used quite copiously in council PR departments. Groups, according to Windows, were set up like Locality, Intentionality and Power To Change which as an umbrella organisation.

He said: “They are all sort of NGOs (non-government organisations) and they recruit people into this agenda of sustainability and that’s where it all started to come together for me. I couldn’t understand why people were spouting the same thing.

‘Those left behind don’t have a future’

“They’ve got this consensus thing going and they don’t seem to be able to think for themselves and this is because they are being trained into this system and it is intolerant in the way they say ‘nobody will be left behind’ and what they mean is that you will not be able to exist outside of it.

“What you have to do is find what the actual intentions are underneath what is said in this fluffy sort of language. It is kind of child-line legalese The word “stakeholders” is always used in this plan. What is means is that they have their chosen people, so when they say it is inclusive, it is a lie.

‘Spider’s web is used to subvert local neighbourhood’

“The Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov used to say this a new form of communism. They call it communitarianism. The Soviet defectors describe these people (NGOs, councillors, council officials) as useful idiots and they are put in every useful position of society.

“I can say this with confidence because my interaction with them over the last two years in councils, the police, local authorities, government bodies and you are up against a certain type of mentality and that mentality is very arrogant, they make a lot of assumptions and they are looking for chinks in what you are saying to try and shut you down.

“When they say ‘local engagement’ what they mean there are already groups and organizations set up which are part of this spider’s web of basically subverting your local neighbourhood.

“You might say ‘I haven’t got anything like that around here’, well have a look. When you get involved in anything local, you will start seeing this cropping up.

‘Waltham Forest has changed beyond recognition in 3 years’

Windows claimed that in his former home area of Waltham Forest the local authority has changed beyond recognition with the closure of 70 roads without consultation and all the roads in the borough in the last three years.

“There is high density housing going up everywhere and there is a tower block being built by the Station that is higher than Centrepoint. That place has not change since I was there in 1990. In three years it has been re-engineered into something that like an open concentration camp.”

Windows claims the UN-sponsored project is more about controlling people rather than actually protecting the environment and it has become a sort of new religion that can’t be questioned.

‘There was going to be this Armageddon’

He concluded: “Agenda 21 was originally an environmental program and the UN in their own words ‘was not an environmental program. It came out of the Rio Earth summit in 1992 and it was about that we were using too many resources and we needed to look after this planet because there was going to be this Armageddon.

“It is a religion for the climate change agenda and it’s got an apocalypse as Al Gore keeps trying to remind us. We have all these people who have gone through the education system and trained into this. We have now people who are completely intolerant. You can be can a climate change denier. How can you deny the climate change?”

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DSCW page follower August 3, 2019 at 11:01 pm

Sadly Local Government has been very heavily infiltrated by Common Purpose. It’s a malign cancer in our society

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LD DSCW 1 August 12, 2019 at 9:12 pm

When it comes to the roll out of 5G, rural areas are been targeted by the “rural first” initiatives. Why?

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