What on Earth is Sustainable Development?

By Rene Holaday for  www.citizenreviewonline.org/

I believe that Tony Blair, previous Prime Minister of the UK, said it best when he said, “There is Capitalism, Communism, and now there is Sustainable Development.”

Sustainable Development is the term used to describe a new form of communism-based global governance that is Environmental or Eco-Governance. This Environmental Governance is a process of governing every action people make based upon the peoples’ impact on the environment.

This Sustainable Development comes from the UN and is the UN’s form of governance over all its member nations, including the USA. The full name of Sustainable Development is actually “The UN’s Sustainable Development Agenda 21”, and was presented to the world at the UN Conference in Rio De Janeiro in 1992. George Bush Sr. agreed to this Sustainable Development Agenda 21 and instantly put it to work on American soil. 

I was shocked to find out that Sustainable Development was started right here in our very own Stevens County in 1993-just 6 months after the UN Conference. It is called the “Stevens County Comprehensive Planning”.  Sustainable Development, or Agenda 21, is foreign governing principles implemented at the state and local levels, while the UN is the body governing through regulations over all our activities. 

All the private property and water rights infringements we have been seeing come directly out of the Sustainable Development programs. They come in a wide variety of names to throw people off, such as Comprehensive Planning, Growth Management, Smart Growth, etc.

Sustainable Development; Friend or Foe? Not only did the UN’s form of governing just get implemented into the county levels, but last year, the communist based agenda, Sustainable Development, was implemented into 500 major cities in the USA. Spokane, WA was the only one of those 500 cities that was researched well enough to oppose it, and many people, including myself, showed up at the City Council Hearing to give passionate testimony against it. It was passed anyway. 

To decide if Sustainable Development is friend or foe, let’s look at a few things that UN considers to be “UN-Sustainable”. According to”The UN’s Global Biodiversity Assessment Report”, here is a partial list of things the UN, and all its environmental based governance structures, plan to eradicate in all of its member nations -including the USA:
-Private Property- p.s’ 767, 782
-Grazing of Livestock p.350
-Large hoofed animals, compaction of soil, reducing
filtration p. 350
-Agriculture p. 728
-Harvesting of timber p. 738
-Logging activities p. 749
-Farmlands, rangelands p.733
-Fencing of Pastures, Paddocks p. 351
-Ski Runs p. 337
-Golf Courses p. 970
– Scuba Diving p.728
-Modern attitudes toward nature,
Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions p.s, 766, 782
-Population Growth p. 771
-Modern Hunting p. 738
-Disturbance of the soil surface p.351
-Industrial Activities p. 730

When I look at this partial list of things considered un-sustainable, I can see why there are matching regulations coming about through things like Comprehensive Planning and Growth Management. 

To understand the insidiousness of Sustainable Development, you also need to know that the UN Charter, which is based upon the Communist Manifesto, is also a pagan based belief system called GAIA. GAIA is the belief that opposes the Judeo-Christian belief that man comes before the animals and environment as we read in Genesis. GAIA says that the environment and wildlife take precedence over man and all of mans’ activities. 

This is why all of our activities/livelihoods are being judged by their environmental impacts. If you log and you come across some water on the ground, you are restricted from disturbing the area. If you own livestock and they can drink from a creek, then they want you to permanently fence off your own land to prevent any upset of potential fish habitat. If you want to irrigate your crops and somebody decides it isn’t good for a certain insect, then you no longer have irrigation rights.

All of these instances are happening daily in our state, and western WA has already been ravaged by all the UN’s environmental policies. People have had their
private property rights stolen out from under them, and some people who have drilled new wells cannot even use them now. There is also well metering that has been happening in western WA also. 

This is all due to the foreign governance of the UN in our country under their Sustainable Development Agenda 21. The UN’s dictates affect all of the infrastructure in our country. They are involved in re-shaping the way people think, what they’re taught in schools and universities, socio-economical models, global-to-local style governance, food regulations control(NAIS/ADT), etc, etc. These control programs are active through something called UNESCO, and other UN programs which affect every part of our daily lives. 

The UN’s 3 primary goals are:
1.) Food Control- Through NAIS/ADT/APHIS
2.) Guns/weapons control-Hillary Clinton just signed the UN’s International guns/weapons ban.
3.) Population Control- Through things like “The Wildlands Project” and the newly signed mirror to the Wildlands Project called “America’s Great Outdoors Initiative”. Obama signed that Initiative in May of 2010. This initiative states how people are to be moved away from wild areas and will be encouraged to move into Sustainable cities. 

So you can decide for yourself; Sustainable Development, Friend or Foe? If it’s your friend, then you won’t mind losing all your rights to your own water and private property and watching food prices soar as farmers are regulated out of business.

Here are a few links to learn more about NAIS/ADT, the UN, and Sustainable Development:
www.freedomadvocates.org www.nonais.org
www.womensgroup.org www.nonaiswa.org

(Rene Holaday is an activist and educator in eastern Washington, and is running for County Commissioner, Position #2 for Stevens County, WA. Her website is at www.electreneholaday.com)

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Holaday has proposed the following Bill to the State Legislature: 

ENGROSSED COMBINED SENATE/HOUSE BILL
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State of Washington 2010 Regular Session

By Rene’ Holaday, Rep. Candidate for Stevens County Commissioner, Pos. #2

An Act to establish new laws to protect the people of Washington State from all agencies, both state and federal, that wish to infringe upon the people’s private property rights, and water rights. As it stands, there are currently no oversight laws that have been established that serve to protect the private property rights and water rights of the people of the State of Washington from the out of control state and/or federal agency regulations. Considering that a man-made global warming scenario has never been unanimously proven and supported by the global scientific population, all environmental preservation precedence over people’s private property rights and water rights must be considered null and void. This Bill addresses new laws to protect the people from a fraudulent agenda that has been in practice over the past decade.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Washington:

NEW CHAPTER 1

NEW SECTION. Sec. 1. No state or federal agency may employ any action of land use regulation against a private property owner in the attempt to regulate the landowner’s usage of his privately owned property, unless;
 
1.) It is established through a court of law and jury trial, which reaches a unanimous verdict of guilt against the landowner, in which the land owner has caused undeniable bodily harm to another person, or another person’s privately owned animals/livestock which was directly caused by actions/practices used on his private property.

NEW SECTION. Sec. 2. No state or federal agency may employ any action of water use regulation against a private property owner in the attempt to regulate the landowner’s usage of water from any type of hand dug or drilled well, permitted or non-permitted, located within the landowner’s private property boundary lines, unless;

1.) It is established through a court of law and jury trial that reaches a unanimous verdict of guilt against the landowner, in which the land owner has caused undeniable, temporary(meaning 24 consecutive hours or more) or permanent absence of water to any other landowner as a provable direct result of his actions taken on his own land, with the water which came from his privately owned wells, of which were located within the property boundary lines of his land.

NEW SECTION. Sec. 3. No state or federal agency may employ any action of water use regulation against a private property owner in the attempt to regulate the landowner’s usage of water from any naturally occurring springs, ponds, lakes, wetlands, sub-irrigated lands that originate within the landowner’s private property boundary lines, unless;

1.) It is established through a court of law and jury trial that reaches a unanimous verdict of guilt against the landowner, in which the land owner has caused undeniable, temporary(meaning 24 consecutive hours or more) or permanent absence of water to any other landowner, as a provable direct result of his actions taken on his own land, with the water which came from any of his naturally occurring springs, ponds, lakes, wetlands, sub-irrigated lands, that were located within the property boundary lines of his land.

NEW SECTION. Sec. 4. No state or federal agency may employ any action of water use regulation against a private property owner in the attempt to regulate the landowner’s usage of water from any body of water passing through the landowner’s private property boundary lines, unless;

1.) The landowner plans to use water from that body of water, for commercial purposes associated with agricultural, mining, logging, or other commercial usage. Any commercial usage would require a no-charge permit.

NEW SECTION. Sec. 5. No state or federal agency may levy fines against any private property owner for any reason, unless;

1.) It is established through a court of law and jury trial that reaches a unanimous verdict of guilt against the landowner for violation against regulations associated with the commercial water usage permits associated with the landowners who use more than 5,000 gallons per day, and;
 A.) The fine amounts cannot total more than 1% of the user’s annual income.

NEW SECTION. Sec. 6. No state or federal agency may employ any action of water use regulation against a private property owner, in the attempt to regulate the landowner’s usage of water from rain, snow, hail, or condensation that falls upon the land within the private property boundary lines, unless;

1.) It is established through a court of law and jury trial that reaches a unanimous verdict of guilt against the landowner in which the land owner has used this water/precipitation that fell from the sky, to cause undeniable bodily harm to another person or their privately owned animals/livestock.

Editorial Note:  The Citizen Review group has given KAPO permission to use this article on our bolg.

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