Rio +20 Earth Summit will tie population into green knots

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh  

The United Nations is not giving up its assault on the economic and political future of our country and of our planet. The first installment of the United Nations to control the globe environmentally and economically was “The UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED),” held in Rio in 1992. The UN Bruntland Commission released its official UN Agenda 21 that same year, following the Conference on Human Settlements in 1976 and the 1987 report, “Our Common Future.”

The policy of Sustainable Development, land use, education, population control and reduction, made nature and its protection the central principle for all member nations.

The 65-page socialist document released from the Conference on Human Settlements (1976) declared private land ownership and wealth as primary reasons for “social injustice.” Its recommendations that were later incorporated in UN Agenda 21 are:

  • Redistribution of population according to resources
  • Government control of land use in order to achieve equitable distribution of resources
  • Land use control through zoning and planning
  • Government control of excessive profits from land use
  • Urban and rural land control through public land ownership
  • Developing rights must be held by public authorities

The next episode of the saga will play again in Brazil—“Rio +20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development,” twenty years later. The 19-page draft was released on January 10, 2012 under the title, “The Future We Want.” Who is “WE?”

The 40 chapters of the U.N. Agenda 21  signed in 1992 in Rio is not really a treaty, “It is a soft-law document.” The nations whose representatives signed the document were “morally obligated to implement them, according to the United Nations.” (Henry Lamb)

The United States, represented by George Bush, and 178 other nations signed the document that proposed regulations, organizations, and practices that limit the economic behavior of citizens, organizations, and firms with regard to water use, land use, transfer of technology, and human habitation under global governance.

Because the recommendations were not legally binding, strongly suggested regulations were implemented administratively, bypassing Congress. Congress has not debated nor adopted UN Agenda 21, yet certain provisions have been included in law from time to time.

The full Senate scheduled a vote after the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Convention on Biological Diversity by a vote of 16-3 on June 29, 1994. One hour before the vote, the “treaty” was pulled from the schedule. (Henry Lamb)

President Clinton signed Executive Order 12852, creating the President’s Council on Sustainable Development to translate UN Agenda 21 into U.S. public policy called “ecosystem management,” administered by the federal government.

The President’s Council created “Sustainable America” with 16 “we believe” statements. The ultimate goals were to abolish private property, control education, control and reduce population, and control the economy. Currently, every federal government agency has a sustainable UN Agenda 21 plan. (fedcenter.gov)

In June 20-22, 2012, participants will sign on to 10 new sustainable development goals for the planet and promise to build a global green economy in order to reduce consumption and poverty. (The Guardian)

Countries will have to agree to protect oceans against overfishing, publish and approve an annual state of the planet report, subscribe to a single world agency for the environment, and appoint a Global High Commissioner for Future Generations or “ombudsperson.”

Stephen Hale, Oxfam’s deputy advocacy and campaigns director, wants the Rio negotiations to develop “concrete proposals on sustainable agriculture and food security.”

Ruth Davis, chief policy advisor of Greenpeace, UK, wants an end to “the wild-west plundering of the high seas.” Might she be referring to Somali pirates? Joking aside, she believes the ocean population has been depleted. I still marvel how they can count creatures per cubic foot when they are constantly in motion.

The Obama administration wants to ratify “The Convention on the Law of the Sea.” Member nations surrender sovereignty over their territorial seas when they voluntarily agree to act according to the treaty and “other rules of international law.” (Henry Lamb)

“The sovereignty over the territorial sea is exercised subject to this Convention and to other rules of international law.” (Article 2, (3))

The UN bemoans in its Rio +20 draft the setbacks in food insecurity, climate change, biodiversity loss, the existence of 1.4 billion people who live in extreme poverty and one-sixth under-nourished, pandemics, and epidemics. “Unsustainable development has increased the stress on the earth’s limited natural resources and on the carrying capacity of ecosystems. Our planet supports seven billion people expected to be 9 billion by 2050.”

“We emphasize the importance of culture for sustainable development. We call for a holistic approach to sustainable development which will guide humanity to live in harmony with nature.”

The new United Nations Rio +20 conference in June 2012 will demand:

  • Universal access and right to information and communications technology
  • Poverty eradication
  • Integration of local governments into all levels of decision making in sustainable development
  • The need to reflect the views of children and youth
  • No new trade barriers
  • No new conditions on aid and finance
  • No subsidies
  • Green technology in the public domain for all to share
  • Global policy framework requiring all listed and large private companies to integrate sustainability information within UN required reporting cycles
  • Move the entire world to low-carbon development
  • The UN-established specialized agency for the environment with universal membership should be located in Nairobi
  • Regular review of the state of the planet and Earth’s carrying capacity
  • Global trade should be regulated by World Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization, and regional development banks
  • Development and implementation of integrated water resource management
  • Efficient human settlements
  • Restoration and enhancement of natural capital
  • Sustainable land and water management practices
  • Family farming, ecological farming, organic production systems
  • Sustainable forest management
  • Rational use of biodiversity for economic purposes
  • New markets linked to renewable and unconventional energy sources
  • Green job creation/green economy
  • Promote education for sustainable development

It looks like the greenologists and the third world dictators at the UN have a lot of work to do between now and June, determining how to better steal our wealth, technology, to indoctrinate impressionable youth into the religion of Gaia, and replenish their bank accounts with U.S. and western money and economic aid under the “wise” United Nations global governance and the guise of eradicating poverty.

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