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U.N. calls for sustainable development, global governance

Posted on: September 22, 2010

U.N. calls for sustainable development, global governance.

(My face is red again because I was late for a date and did not check the final version of my post yesterday so a lot of gork got on it that was not to be there.    I have fixed it today.  Sorry.  BB  )

You really need to read or listen to this explanation of the actions of the United Nations.  I have been warning that the UN was out to take over the United States because  governance by the  United Nations will be the first step  in Global Government.

Please go to my Categories  and click on those referred to in this article for more information as to what it is and what has been done.  The law of the Seas Treaty for instance is extremely detrimental to the United States and yet Obama is pushing it.  Reagan turned it down with a resounding NO!
This is a battle we in the United States can not lose!  We MUST fight the take over of our nation by the United Nations.  One dirty little secret that many don’t know:  It is believed that the Congress must approve all measures and treaties with the United Nations.  Yes, but some things can be done by Presidential Decree that goes over the heads of our elected officials.  Obama has already done much to undermine our elected officials authority and he will be doing more during this session of the United Nations.

This article at the very least will give you some background.  BB

Convention on the Biological Diversity; Convention on the Law of the Sea; Sustainable development through the implementation of Agenda 21

U.N. calls for sustainable development, global governance

By Henry Lamb  Sunday, September 19, 2010 Click here to listen
The 65th meeting of the U.N. General Assembly kicked off this week with a call from its new president, Joseph Deiss, for the 192-nation body to reclaim the “center of global governance,” in order to achieve sustainable development and the Millennium Development Goals adopted in 2000.


4 Responses to "U.N. calls for sustainable development, global governance"

The links below shows a restriction of access to resources , so again why are they doing these things and why are we not calling them out to Public Debate , if its so important to limit access to earths resources ????
The bureaucrats behind Obama’s “Great Outdoors Initiative” plan on wrapping up their public comment solicitation by November 15. The initiative’s taxpayer-funded website , , has been dominated by left-wing environmental activists proposing human population reduction, private property confiscation, and gun bans, hunting bans, and vehicle bans in national parks.

here is more proof of the way Restriction on access to resources is evolving and limit abundance and quality of life effecting longevity . This all part of the other stuff you are going to post so if you can figure out how to include this stuff please do .

What do we see today going on here ? Howard Dean teaching students how to debate Marxism and win.

Is This History getting Ready to Repeat itself ???

They are doing all these things that will tie up resources and stop Free Enterprises access because they feel we have reached earths carrying capacity ;

the elite have lost their will to continue to rely on free market based supply-side economics as the driver of resource supply and expansion because they fear Earth has reached its Human carrying Capacity

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