Indiana State Representative Tim Neese has introduced a bill that would block implementation of UN “Agenda 21” policies in the state.
HB 1021 would amend the Indiana Code concerning state and local administration.
“An Indiana governmental entity may not adopt or implement: (1) certain policy recommendations relating to the United Nations’ 1992 ‘Agenda 21’ conference on the environment and development that deliberately or inadvertently infringe on or restricts private property rights without due process; or (2) any other international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Indiana. Provides that an Indiana governmental entity may not enter into any agreement with, expend any sum of money received from, or pay any money to, an ‘Agenda 21′ organization.’”
This bill, if passed, would nullify the UN’s resolution, which could have scary potential. “Agenda 21” was created to be an action plan for sustainable development worldwide. This agenda, makes a stronger UN, and may be another step closer to a single world government. A section from this agenda reads:
“Agenda 21 stands as a comprehensive blueprint for action to be taken globally from now into the twenty-first century-by Governments, United Nations organizations, development agencies, non-governmental organizations and independent-sector groups, in every area in which human activity impacts on the environment”.
It can also be argued that UN “Agenda 21” may be laying out plans for population control. One of the programme areas in the agenda is listed as “improving human settlement and management.” Clearly, this power of the UN has dangerous possibilities, strengthens their role, and brings us closer to a “one-world government.”
HB 1021 will be assigned to a committee when the House reconvenes on Monday, January 7, 2013.
If you live in Indiana, contact your state legislator. Let him or her know of your concern for UN “Agenda 21,” and that you expect support of this legislation. Click here for contact information.
If you live outside of Indiana, still contact your state legislator. Inform him or her that you hope similar legislation will be introduced in your state.