Agenda 21 … it isn’t a Hoax

April 16, 2015

I’ve totally stolen this … but it needs to be out …

While most Americans remain blissfully unaware, the United Nations “sustainable development” scheme known as Agenda 21 will affect virtually every area of life — and it is already here. A short new documentary about the UN plan, using the global organization’s own documents and other sources, explores the implications of this far-reaching agenda and what it means to you and your family.

The film emphasizes the obvious importance of protecting the environment — everybody wants clean air and clean water. However, as the documentary points out, when environmentalism came to a fork in the road, the agenda took one route while the rhetoric took another. For those concerned with freedom, the picture appears grim at first.

America, of course, was founded on the principles of individual liberty and God-given rights, which include the ownership of private property. “Private property and freedom are inseparable,” reads a quote from George Washington cited in the documentary. The Founding Fathers also understood the danger of big government, even waging a war for independence against what was then the most powerful big government on earth — the British Crown.

Beginning some three decades ago, however, the UN began its push to allegedly “save the environment” and achieve what it called “sustainable development.” The short documentary — entitled Agenda 21: How Will It Affect You? — introduces viewers to some of the key players in the scheme including socialist Gro Harlem Brundtland, one of the chief architects of the UN plan.

The film also goes through important milestones such as the 1992 “Earth Summit” in the global effort to impose “sustainability” on the people of the planet. At that crucial conference two decades ago, rulers from all over the world came together and created what came to be known as “Agenda 21.” It quickly became clear what the scheme was about.

“Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class — involving high meat intake, the use of fossil fuels, electrical appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning and suburban housing — are not sustainable,” noted Earth Summit Secretary-General Maurice Strong as he ushered in Agenda 21. In other words, the UN sustainability agenda eventually seeks to curtail people’s choices in terms of food, transportation, housing — even family size, as in Communist China.

The final document at the summit was signed by 178 world leaders including then-U.S. President George H.W. Bush as well as dozens of totalitarian despots. It was never ratified by the U.S. Senate as required by the Constitution. Since then, however, presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have signed myriad executive orders and agreements advancing Agenda 21 in the United States, the film explains.

Meanwhile, with federal help, the UN scheme has already found its way into local communities all across the nation through Local Agenda 21 and a deeply controversial international organization known as ICLEI — formerly the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. More than 500 local governments in the United States are already involved with the group.

A significant segment of the film is devoted to exploring the true intentions of Agenda 21’s architects. It also explores in some detail what the scheme really means to Americans and the people of the world — and how it will affect the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. Individuals who cherish freedom may find the information disturbing.

Much of the information, however, is drawn from the UN’s own documents, more than a few of which openly attack private property rights, population growth, the market system, cheap energy, and much more. The film offers a short review of some of the key points presented in important UN reports, giving viewers a brief but well-rounded view of the global agenda and its implications.

However, there is good news as well. The film also covers, albeit briefly, the fact that opposition to Agenda 21 is growing all across America. At the local level, for example, activists are securing countless victories in the battle to expel the UN and its “sustainable development” plan. Numerous communities have already ditched ICLEI while state legislatures across America get involved as well.

The powerful documentary was produced by The John Birch Society, a liberty-minded non-profit organization that has been working against UN scheming and all forms of totalitarianism for more than five decades. Its motto encapsulates the mission well: “Less government, more responsibility, and — with God’s help — a better world.”

The consequences of doing nothing and letting the UN’s Agenda 21 take a firmer hold in America would be disastrous. So, on that note, the video, which is also available on DVD, ends by encouraging citizens to get involved and by pointing activists to online JBS resources for the fight.

Who Brought Down the Market?

August 29, 2013

Meglomaniac, messianical George Soros of course!!!

Read a little about George Soros here:

A couple of his quotes:

” World financial crisis was ‘stimulating’ and ‘in a way, the culmination of my life’s work'”

George Soros during an interfiew with Sixy Minute’s Steve Kroft:

KROFT:  My understanding is that you went out with this protector of yours
who swore that you were his adopted godson.

SOROS:  Yes.  Yes.

KROFT:  Went out, in fact, and helped in the confiscation of property from
your fellow Jews, friends and neighbors.

SOROS:  Yes.  That’s right.  Yes.

KROFT:  I mean, that sounds like an experience that would send lots of people to the psychiatric couch for many, many years.  Was it difficult?

SOROS:  Not, not at all.  Not at all, I rather enjoyed it.

KROFT:  No feeling of guilt?

SOROS:  No, only feelings of absolute power.


Seriously, this is the guy that gives Barak Obama all of his financial advice.  It’s no wonder the money in the USA is being sucked out of the country, it’s not even trickling anymore, it’s literally being HOOVERED out by this guy, in the name of NEW WORLD ORDER.  It’s really quite disgusting.

Soros has been actively working to destroy America from the inside out for some years now.  People have been warning us.  Two years ago news sources reported that “Soros [is] an extremist who wants open borders, a one-world foreign policy, legalized drugs, euthanasia, and on and on.  This is off-the-chart dangerous.”

Tell me what you all think …

Here is the continuity of our country

July 4, 2011

Belly’ing Under

May 19, 2011

I know you all think I’m gone like Ghandi, but I’m not, you’re all still making me smile and laugh and belly laugh!

I honestly just ran out of things to say

I will tell you a quick jaunty story about mah dawg Sookie.

I took over my parents house ( they live on a corner lot and have a HUMONGOUS backyard ) when they were out of town. Sookie FINALLY went down the stairs all by herself and then ran around like a LUNATIC!

After she did that she bellied up to the gate ( the one that my father ran into with his racing trailer so that even my fat ass could now belly up under it ) and looked at me. Then she looked at the gate, then she looked at me … then she looked at the gate and bellied closer, then … POOF she made a RUN FOR IT!

I stood on the deck and giggled on the inside while making mad ‘mama’ faces and do you know what she did? Bellied back under the gate and into the yard, apparently she is a HUGE clown and if I don’t laugh … it’s not fun anymore!

Just a quick allo!

November 20, 2010

Hiya folksies!!!

Here’s a few updates on me.  I’ve been busy, but unfortunately not taking photos.  I had to drop my photo class as it was interfering with work.  Working nights, sleeping days — I just wasn’t hitting things right.  So we’ll try again in the spring. *sad face for now*

On a more positive note, even though I’m not in class, I am studying my book, and I have a list of all of the assignments for the quarter, so I’m snapping photos at my leisure, based on the assignment requirements.  Since I don’t have a dark room, I’m having the photos developed via 1 hr photo and just using my loupe to see what’s what.  I’ll be better prepared for the spring semester this way, so YAY!!!

The holidays are coming up, and I seriously can’t believe nearly another year has gone by!!! It’s just CRAYZEE!!!

I can’t believe I posted on Oct 4 and then FAILED to tell you all about my automobile debacle!!! Where oh where is my BRAIN these days?

Okay … so on September 10th.  I was out running errands and my Suzuki started acting super duper wonky.  By wonky I mean it acted as though it was being electrically charged from the outside, like bolts of lightening were hitting it. 

I took it to my mechanic post haste.  They guy put it up on the auto scanner thingie-ma-bob.  When he came back out the news was grim, and basically along these lines.  “Your truck is nearly toast and I’d trade it in today if possible.”

Well … it wasn’t in the plans, but it certainly was possible.  So I scooted the thing (which was miraculously still running) down to the Nissan dealership. 

(I’d had my eye on a Rogue for a while now)

Test drove a Rogue, said yes to the dress, signed the papers and then headed home for some much needed sleep. 


That’s the story, so now I have a little Nissan Rogue, AWD.  I’m safe and happy and she runs like a dream. 

Still … I really didn’t have that purchase in the cards for at least another year … but at least I won’t be stranded on the side of the road, in the middle of the night … WOOT WOOT!

Hope all is well with my peeps!

Blessings and Happy Holidays!


let’s just stay here forever

November 14, 2010

AHA! Ya’ll thought you could …

October 4, 2010

Y’all thought you could get rid of me, ever so easily, right? Broken bones will stop me, right? NOPE.  A summer’s break from blogging will stop me, right? NO WAY! Lack of anything interesting or profound to say will stop me, right? HECK NO!!!

Although come to think of it, I have neither the profound nor the interesting to talk about … soooo I’m going to talk about my Photography class.

Before I do that … I have to go make some sense of something for work.  Hold tight!


I’ll just be a moment!!

Okay … I’m back … now … ONTO the Photo class.

First of all, I want to tell you all I had fully intended on posting some of my prints on here (well there SweetPeaSurrySnaps ) but I’ve recently been reminded that to do so for the first few classes would actually require a scanner, as it IS in FACT a film loaded 35mm SLR camera that I am using for class.  So you will all just have to bear with me as I try to muddle my way through explainations and whatnot. 

(I actually DO have a scanner, but it’s been so long since it’s been hooked up, I don’t know if it works, the printer part of it died so I was planning on tossing it out.  I’ll likely get something soon though, I’m trying to budget for it, I really DO actually need a printer too!)

So … my current project (after doing the basics like Photograms and playing around in the darkroom) is to photograph moving objects while playing with Aperature and Speed.  (Speed = how fast the shutter opens and closes and Aperature = how far you allow the shutter to open and close) 2 rolls, 2 venues.

For the first roll of film; first venue, I took my niece and nephew to the park and started changing settings and snapping away.  That was really really enjoyable. 

For my second roll of film; second venue, I headed out to the racetrack to see my dad race his car.  That was really really loud!

Monday (when you will all likely be reading this) we will develop the film and if time permits start making some prints.  Wednesday will be actual print making day.

Did you know … that once film is developed you can view it in the light, but in order to develop it, you have to do it all in the dark.  There is no ‘safe light’ for film as there is for prints.  (The safelight has to do with the print paper and not the actual negatives!) Interesting … huh? Well … I’m in the class to learn … and I certainly learned that. 

That is pretty much it so far. 

A side note.  I have a film developing tank

that I use to develope the film.  See that little white reel over there? I have to load the film out of the film canister (the thing that goes in the back of your camera) onto that reel in pitch black darkness, by feel only. 


(sometimes I just can’t wait to go digital but I know that what I’m learning here is invaluable! And often times, you get a better depth in your photos when you use film. *sighs*)

So … that’s what I’ll be doing in the ‘dark dark’ room this morning (Monday).

We’ll see how my snapshots turned out at a later date. (hopefully I can get one or two good prints out of it!!! Cross ya fingers and toes and pinkies!)

All my best!