Thursday, June 14, 2012

Agenda 21: Because There's More Room For Crazy

Thought hemp, raw milk and ending the Fed was the sum of craziness currently infiltrating the Republican Party of Minnesota? Think again. Agenda 21 is the next big thing in making a political party entirely irrelevant in Minnesota. Why can't it ever be the DFL, though?

Wikipedia defines Agenda 21 as follows: "Agenda 21 is an action plan of the United Nations related to sustainable development and was an outcome of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992. It is a comprehensive blueprint of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the UN, governments, and major groups in every area in which humans directly affect the environment."

In other words, another meaningless gesture by the most useless organization known to man in its long history. Think of the Club of Rome & how we were all supposed to be dead now because of starvation due to overpopulation. Think of the tiresome climate alarmists who, in the 1970's, said we'd be dead because of another ice age. Yet some are now taking laughable liberal panic premises seriously?

At the MN GOP state convention in May there were several individuals handing out flyers (chaos is in the eye of the beholder, apparently) warning about Agenda 21. This is the type of detritus that accompanies the fringe Ron Paul movement. MC awaits the rush of scared party officers, spineless elected officials and unprincipled future candidates to pander to the Agenda 21 lunatics. After Ron Paul, the bottom's the limit!

Readers can Google Agenda 21 themselves and digest the information available before coming to their own views. What concerns MC is that the topic increasingly crops up in various Tea Party gatherings to which republican officials are asked to attend. Not clapping in the face of a crowd of trained seals is hard to do, even for those few Minnesota republicans with principles. MC isn't optimistic that they will call out this group for the bat guano crazy types they manifestly are. Not only has MC seen this movie before, it's like some malevolent deity has put it on loop tape.

But don't take MC's word for it. For the first time ever, MC links to The Blaze. Yes. An entry just this day was posted there that can explain so much. Click here to see, not stop, the insanity.

A lack of courage, awareness & what the Republican Party does and does not stand for has brought us to this sorry state. What the "get over it" accommodationists fail to realize is that by standing idly by, mutely observing what the new feral political cats have dragged in, we cease to be a party capable of winning elected office and, instead, become hostage to the denizens of the Star Wars bar.


Bill Krause said...

Brought to you by the guys that brought you the NAFTA Superhighway, and chemtrails.

GOPNeighbor said...

Well-written and spot on! Thank you Minnesota Conservatives!

Anonymous said...

I did receive some Agenda 21 literature at the State Convention.

It's laughable that anyone thinks the UN has the capability to organize at the local level.

Unfortunately, this sort of mongering deflects from two issues:
The embedded antisemitism of the UN and from the real issues that our candidates should be addressing such as the economy, employment and over-regulation.

I think you are right to say it's bat guano crazy for Republicans to focus on Agenda 21.

You are talking sense. Some of the others are talking about something that will lead to fundamental and I believe, catastrophic change in the Republican Party. It will inevitalby lead to a party that cannot oppose the slouching toward toward Socialism, but rather enmeshes itself in issues so removed from daily life that it has no meaning for the regular voter.


Anonymous said...

Wake up sleople! What are our current environmental regulations costing The Sleople in additional taxes and lost business revenue?

Anonymous said...

Didja ever notice that words like "Agenda 21" always seem to cause eerie organ music to start playing, from somewhere? Who are we? Are we frightened by mere words, uttered by irrelevant "world citizens" in convention half a world away, trying to establish their relevance?

Your Blaze article is typical. Rather than simply publish the offending document or excerpts thereof and letting us judge for ourselves the danger, they try to associate the overall agenda with OTHER things we are supposed to fear-- the UN, Soros, and this IC-whatever group (all with the same eerie organ music). Heck, they could all be sending out for pizza together for what we are being told. Or maybe they're in on that whole Area 51 coverup thing, working for the Alpha Centaurians.

J. Ewing

MikeWBL said...

Well done John! Agenda 21 should scare the hell out of anyone who believes in our Founding Father's Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.

I have not seen the UN do one thing right. They would screw up a wet dream!

The North Metro Tea Party was all over Agenda 21 at last night's meeting. Whereas, my BPOU & CD4 are remarkably silent on the subject.

Anonymous said...

I prefer to expend my limited ability to worry about things I cannot control on things that actually concern me, like a federal debt that cannot be paid, or the fact that Social Security and Medicare are broke and running on fumes. If we don't get our fiscal house in order, we won't need the UN to invade us and implant chips in our tinfoil hats.

Anonymous said...

I recently received an email from Annette Meeks, who is hardly a fringe Ron Paul supporter, to attend a recent meeting of the CONSERVATIVE ISSUES GROUP of the EAST METRO. The subject of the meeting was Agenda 21 along with a discussion on its relationship to the INTERNATIONAL BACCALAURETTE program.

Mike, you should take note of the fact that this link is associated with the White Bear Area GOP which is definitely in your geographical vicinity,