Push the accelerator to the floor on Biodiversity (population control) and sustainable development (Agenda 21).
This is pasted from an email from ICLEI to Mark Kleinschmidt Mayor of Chapel Hill:
“ICLEI Strategy 2010-2015 –We have got a new strategy!
Rapid action, radical solutions
ICLEI Members are doing fantastic work and are making a difference in sustainable development in their area. However…[in] the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and resource depletion, we do need to act jointly, we need to act fast and we need effective, scalable solutions.”
Why so fast? What’s the rush? Maybe it is because they know their “hiding in plain sight” gig is over. It may be that ICLEI was anticipating the Executive Order signed by President Obama on the 18th that in essence gave Federal Agencies the green light to accelerate funding and or regulations that foster the three E’s of the sustainability agenda in the US: Please share this post with as many people as you can. It is very important that North Carolina citizen’s, and citizen’s of other municipalities that have joined the UN via ICLEI, know the extent of communication their mayors, city councilman, and county commissioners are having with the United Nations front group ICLEI.
Mark Kleinschmidt-Mayor, Chapel Hill, ICLEI Member City
Click Presidents Obama, Hu: Declare Global Climate Emergency, say Green Business Leaders, NGOs to read.
There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of NGO’s, Non-Government Organizations, that are cobbled together to advance the UN’s sustainability agenda known as Agenda 21. ICLEI is an Accredited NGO for the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development that has already brought 25% of the US population under their authority. How? Because 600 towns, cities, or counties have become members of ICLEI without the consent of State or US Congress authorization. Now ICLEI is not directly on this list, however NGO’s such as the Sierra Club, who helped write ICLEI’s STAR Sustainable Community Guidelines, are. Click here to read them.
Gaspee has uncovered several references lately, by the UN and ICLEI, of how emergency situations should potentially be handled. Please follow the following links to the previous stories.
Is the UN preparing to step in if an “emergency situation” transpires?
Secretary General (Czar) of ICLEI the “disaster risk” elements of local communities need to help accelerate “sustainability”adaptation
It probably would not be a bad idea to pass this information on to your local Sheriff. Your Sheriff is the ultimate Constitutional authority within the jurisdiction of his/her county.
Through a North Carolina Public Records request Gaspee has received 600+ pages from an ICLEI member town in NC. Found this little jewel of a story among the documents. Yet another UN entity that is connected directly to ICLEI The ISDR is listed as an “endorsing partner” of ICLEI in the documents Gaspee has acquired.
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction: The America's
Conclusions and Recommendations on Disaster Preparedness and Response from the Seventh Plenary Assembly of Forum of the Americas.
The Working Group no. 1 “Preparedness and response to natural and human disasters, and emergency situations” of the Seventh Plenary Assembly of the Parliamentary Forum of the Americas, held in Mexico City from November 17 to 19, 2010, presented its findings and recommendations. To download the document click here.
I tried to download the document but the link was not working.
Gaspee reported last week that ICLEI Sec. Gen Konrad Otto-Zimmermann, stated there is a need for “The well-established disaster risk community and those who work in climate change need to work together to accelerate adaptation in cities.”
If you see Blue Helmets in your town you heard it here first.