The Tea Party (NHTPC) would like to advertise what they are doing to stop this Agenda 21 stuff in our towns.
From US State Dept documents we find:
“Good governance at all levels is critical to our ability to make good on our Agenda 21 commitments. While national governments will make the political commitments, we rely upon regional and local governments to implement new policies in the context of local situations, to enforce environmental regulations, to innovate and adapt solutions that will succeed in unique environmental, social, and political realities. Some of the most creative solutions to our sustainable development challenges are emerging in the U.S. from our state, regional and local governments. We should encourage communities to do integrated planning, to develop sustainability plans and a local Agenda 21.” and “We can identify and leverage solutions to improve access to water, sanitation, food, and energy that will help us to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.”
~ Objectives of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development:http://www.state.gov/e/oes/rls/remarks/2011/157993.htm
~ Sustainable Development for the Next Twenty Years–United States Views on Rio+20: http://www.state.gov/e/oes/sus/releases/176863.htm
~ High Level Dialogue on the Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development: http://www.state.gov/e/oes/rls/remarks/2011/176361.htm
(pay particular attention to paragraphs 1-4-5-6-11)
You can read plenty more on both the NHTPC and Southern NH 912 websites, both are spearheading the issues. They have done years of combined research.
Anyone who continues to deny this is the United Nations promoting it's agenda through ICLEI and unelected Regional Planning Commissions right at our doorstep in our local town government, is turning a blind eye to the coming totalitarianism.
Here's another post you should read to educate oneself about how this agenda is promoted in our schools.http://www.mvsd-ib.org/ib/2012/10/12/who-controls-education/To get a lot of views, start videotaping these meetings.
Meetings of the 'central planners' here:http://www.governmentoversite.com/
We have pursued this issue for quite some time now.http://granitestatefuture.org/our-plans/http://www.plannh.org/
In NH, when you hear Plan NH, Granite State Future, or Sustainable Communities Initiative, please run to your nearest town planner, town selectmen, town or city council, or alderman meetings. Be particularly aware of groups who pretend to be 'giving you a voice' like NH Listens (http://www.nhlistens.org/
) or AIM (http://www.actionmedia.org
), who are PR experts that actually brag how well they can help you 'neutralize resistence'. Their job isn’t to listen, but to persuade. Watch out for legal firms like CELDF.org who will appear in your spring town meetings to promote “collective rights” and “rights of nature”.
It's happening all over the country under different names. It's the attempt to regionalise us, and nullify local control. It's communism.http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org/tea/2012/09/30/baldwin-county-alabama-nukes-horizon-2025/https://www.planning.org/
(these folks write the manuals on what to push for)http://www.nharpc.org/http://www.nh.gov/water-sustainability/aboutus/index.htm
Get educated. Get active. Stop complaining about 'conspiracies'. It's all here, now.http://windham.patch.com/articles/letter-why-town-shouldn-t-have-approved-scihttp://www.postsustainabilityinstitute.org/
(Rosa Koire -- any videos by this person are good to watch)http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/
ONE FINAL WORD: If people are truly interested in having a 'free state' they will come out in droves to help us oppose this kind of nonsense from ICLEI. (http://www.iclei.org
) Otherwise, NH will be no better off than any other state... after all isn't this why you came here?
Thanks for listening.