Marx on Monday: Agenda 21

Can you believe that, in spite of overwhelming evidence that global warming is not only happening but is entirely caused by man-made carbon emissions, there are still some people out there who are climate change deniers? Luckily for the future of our planet President Obama is not one of them. Luckily he has the vision and intelligence to support the radical United Nations Agenda 21.

Agenda 21 was written by Gro Harlem Bruntland, the Vice President of the World Socialist Party, and adopted by the United Nations as Agenda 21 in 1992.

It was signed by George W. Bush, along with 178 other world leaders, at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, and has since been ratified by President Clinton in 1995.

I have to admit that, until last week, I didn’t know much about Agenda 21. I had popped out to get some Kentucky Fried Chicken and ahead of me in the queue, ordering a Big Daddy Ultra Meal with a side order of Hot Wings, was the world’s most powerful man – President Obama. I ordered a Zinger Tower Burger Meal and, as we were both told our food would take about fifteen minutes to prepare, I took the opportunity to ask the great man himself just exactly what Agenda 21 was.

“Simple,” Barack replied, “it’s the earth summit strategy to save our planet.”

“Save our planet from what?” I naively asked.

“From global warming,” he replied.

“And what does it entail?”

“It is basically an agenda to put nature above man,” he explained, “global warming, deforestation and the extinction of animal species is caused by a combination of over-population and a selfish lifestyle by humankind.”

“So how does Agenda 21 tackle over-population?” I asked.

“We need to reduce the worlds’ population by 90%,” he replied, “Agenda 21, in line with the principles of the “Georgia Guidestones”, aims to keep human population down to under 500 million – so that humanity is in perpetual balance with nature.”

“And how do we reduce the global population by 90%,” I asked, “do we just let the third world starve?”

“Absolutely not,” he snapped back, “the west, particularly America, has been selfish for too long. We need to reduce America’s population from its current level of around 315 million to 31 ½ million.”

“How?”

“By a combination of selective breeding, sterilization and abortion,” he replied.

“But most Americans wouldn’t stand for that.”

“They won’t stand for it because they’re too highly educated,” he explained, “and education increases the threat to sustainability. Under Agenda 21 children will be taken away from their families and raised by the government, as global citizens in global villages. They can then be indoctrinated in sustainability and green politics.”

“But you can’t take children away from their parents,” I said, “what about their human rights?”

“Human rights will cease to have precedence over the rights of animals and the planet in general,” Obama replied.

“But won’t such a policy decimate the American economy?” I asked.

“Yes and rightly so,” he replied, “Americans are too rich. Agenda 21 envisages a  Brave New World which not only puts nature above man but creates a socialist world government  with all countries sharing equal wealth and all speaking a new common language. So not only do we have to reduce America’s population by 90% we have to make the remaining 10% as poor as Africans – which if you look at our economy you can see I’m well on the way to achieving.”

“But if you reduce the American population by 90%,” I said, “most towns and cities will be empty. America will be full of ghost towns.”

“Exactly,” the President concurred, “the guiding principle of Agenda 21 is that mankind should not scratch mother earth’s surface. The majority of the country will be returned to nature and we would ban the mining or extraction of fossil fuels.”

“But without fossil fuels how will people travel around?”

“They won’t have to,” Obama explained, “everyone will live in urban settlements comprising environmentally friendly 14 storey buildings. Roads will be torn up and cars banned. People will walk or cycle to work. No-one will be allowed to leave the settlement and go into the countryside. That will be reserved for nature. Agenda 21 puts the rights of animals and nature above those of mankind. Apart from in the limited settlements the entire country will be off limits to humans.”

“But isn’t the basic tenet of Christianity that God created the world for mans’ enjoyment? I asked.

“Religion will not be allowed,” the President explained, “unless it concurs with the logical aims of Agenda 21.”

“But Christianity doesn’t concur with Agenda 21,” I said.

“Then Christianity will be banned,” he confirmed, “as an evil doctrine and an enemy of the new world order.”

“So nobody will be allowed out into the countryside?” I asked.

“Other than Native Americans,” he replied, “they will be free to live as they used to – at one with nature – before we colonists came along and ruined their simple and noble way of life.”

“But doesn’t the land currently belong to people,” I asked, “how will they be compensated?”

“They won’t,” he replied, “private land ownership leads to inequality of wealth which, in turn, leads to social injustice. The land will be confiscated by the government.”

“And those people in the settlements,” I asked, “how will they live?”

“They’ll live simply,” the President replied, “Agenda 21 sets out those things that are harmful to the environment which will be banned.”

“And what are those?”

“Things like motor cars, paved roads, air conditioning, heating, electricity, family pets and private property ownership,” he replied, “basically anything which might contribute to global warming.”

“What about television?” I asked.

“There will certainly be no television,” he laughed.

“Well perhaps that’s no bad thing,” I volunteered, “it will get children outside playing sports.”

“Sport will be banned,” said the President, “Agenda 21 specifically prohibits the use of land and water for sports recreational use by humans – that means no environmentally damaging sports like golf, skiing, football, baseball or hockey.”

“And what will the people in the settlements eat?” I asked.

“There will be farms owned by and run by the government providing grain, fruit and vegetables for everybody,” the President replied, “no-one will go hungry.”

“And what about meat?”

“Meat will be banned,” said the President, “as will all dairy products. Animal farming is not good for the environment.”

“So what will you do with farm animals like cows, sheep, pigs and chickens?”

“They’ll all be destroyed,” Obama replied, “especially the cows. The methane they produce is a significant cause of global warming.”

“It sounds to me like life will be miserable,” I complained, “it will be barely worth living.”

“Under Agenda 21,” he replied, “the quality of human life will be sacrificed for the good of the environment and the animal kingdom.”

“That’s all well and good,” I said, “but how do you expect to get such a radical proposal through Congress?”

“I don’t need to,” he replied, “I can use my executive powers.”

“And when will you do that?” I asked.

“I already have,” President Obama smiled, “on June 9th 2011 I signed my 86th executive order setting up the Whitehouse Rural Council to implement the provisions of the United Nations Agenda 21.”

“But surely America can’t just go it alone,” I pointed out, “what about the rest of the world?”

“178 countries have already signed up for it,” President Obama replied, “including all of the G8 nations and China. Your own Prime Minister David Cameron is totally committed to Agenda 21.”

“So Agenda 21 is definitely going to happen?”

“I am absolutely committed to implementing Agenda 21,” the President confirmed, “and with that action I am destined to go down in history as the man who saved the planet and created the Brave New World envisaged by John Lennon in his song Imagine – which, by the way, will become the new world national anthem.”

8 comments on “Marx on Monday: Agenda 21

  1. Brian the Rhetor
    April 23, 2013 at 8:30 am #

    At the beginning of the article I thought you were joking.
    But that pretty well covers what they have in mind, if their documentation is to be believed.

  2. Brian Williams
    April 23, 2013 at 10:44 am #

    As this article appears ironic, I take it that (hopefully) you are against Agenda 21. So are you really a Marxist? Because it looks to me like all of the mechanisms being used, including AGW, are being pushed by agents of the left (including Cameron).

  3. GAI
    April 24, 2013 at 10:42 am #

    A very good synopsis of Agenda 21.

    Rosa Koire, a Californian bureaucrat covers the actual implementation in this video

    Also see her blogs:
    Democrats Against Agenda 21:
    http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/

    The Post Sustainability Institute:
    http://www.postsustainabilityinstitute.org/the-post-sustainable-future.html

    She covers everything I have dug out and much more. It is nice to have it all in one place for reference.

  4. Brian the Rhetor
    April 24, 2013 at 2:54 pm #

    I must say Marx on Monday is a very fine vehicle. It’s a second comment, because I came back for a second read.

  5. dr
    April 26, 2013 at 11:55 am #

    One thing I have noticed recently about the Web, is that, in principle, it is a great source of information. However, I now believe that it is taking longer than it used to, to sort out what the truth is, on any given issue.
    I’m not quite sure what drives this increase in time. I think that with easy access to information, more people can choose to comment on any given issue or subject and so the amount of content on any given issue goes up. Hence finding out the truth becomes more challenging and takes longer.
    I now know that there are issues, where I would claim that I don’t know what my viewpoint is on that issue, because the information that I happen to know on that issue comes from a variety of conflicting sources.
    I understand that when you read information you are supposed to take into account the author, to be able to correct for any bias in the article, but I feel that, on the web, people can misrepresent their position to add weight to their arguments.
    For example, a wind developer may claim in an article supporting a wind farm, that they are a local resident, or they may ask a local resident to post an article on their behalf, to create an impression with the reader that a wind development is welcome in an area, so that whilst the content that gets posted doesn’t change, the bias with which it is delivered is transformed.
    So with Agenda 21, I know that in general, right-wing people tend to have an opinion that they are opposed to Agenda 21, and I know that left-wing people tend to have an opinion that they are in support of Agenda 21. What I also know is that I don’t have the time to work out what’s really true and what is fiction and what the threats and benefits may be and to whom they may accrue.

    • Letmethink
      April 27, 2013 at 9:51 am #

      Yes you do have the time . . .

      Just read Agenda 21 – you can download it from he UN website

  6. Paul
    May 4, 2013 at 10:48 pm #

    “They won’t stand for it because they’re too highly educated,”

    But hasn’t it been shown that education promotes a reduced birth rate by empowering people to make their own choices?

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