Oklahoma State Senator Patrick Anderson has introduced a bill that would block implementation of UN “Agenda 21” policies in the state.
SB 23 would amend the Oklahoma Code concerning state and local administration. From the bill’s introduction:
An Act relating to property; prohibiting state and political subdivisions from implementing certain Agenda 21 policies supported by the United Nations; defining term; providing for codification; and providing an effective date.
This bill would nullify the UN’s resolution, “Agenda 21” which is a plan for “sustainable” development worldwide. This plan would make the United Nations stronger and could be a step towards 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.
SB 23 has been assigned to the Energy Committee.
If you live in Oklahoma, contact your state legislator. Let him/her know of your concern for the UN’s Agenda 21 and expect support for this legislation. Click here for contact infromation.
If you live outside of Oklahoma, still contact your state legislator. Inform him/her that you hope for similar legislation will be introduced in your state.
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