A real agenda, not a conspiracy theory

By Field Searcy

When I read on Page 185 of the March 2011 Cobb County Comprehensive Plan that the county supports the advancement of sustainable development policies as defined by the United Nations Division of Sustainable Development, I could no longer ignore that the U.N. Agenda 21 (A21) policies were real and thriving in America.
The U.N. policies are detailed in a 300-page document along with the Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide. Sold as protecting the environment, sustainable development policies are more far-reaching than our fields and streams. A21 outlines plans for the control of land use, housing, transportation, food production, consumption patterns, water, energy, education, the role of industry and health care. Sounding familiar? We have been bombarded with these global plans of change.
Warm and fuzzy words like “comprehensive planning,” “smart growth,” “public-private partnerships” and “outcome-based education” were chosen by central planners to camouflage a desired alternate outcome. As adults, we are familiar with marketers using positive labels to encourage us to act in ways not always in our best interest. These words in the A21 plan were carefully chosen to make us feel better about giving up our sovereign rights. Conversely, negative labeling and hate speech are used when citizens disagree.
This is not a Republican or Democratic issue. Elected servants in both parties have worked to implement regionalism and public-private partnerships to fundamentally transform America. Economic models endorsing public-private partnerships violate free market principles by benefiting favored corporations, protecting private gains and leaving taxpayers obligated for losses. It proposes a “Communitarian” model of governance that is diametrically opposed to the American way.
In reality, the U.N. policies include plans to re-engineer human society through regional equity schemes to spread the wealth. Regionalism as a subset of A21 gives appointed regional councils control of vast sums of taxpayer dollars while working unchecked. Once appointed, the taxpayers are unable to remove these councils through elections. It threatens our representative form of government. It violates our one-person, one-vote principle to equal legislative representation.
The goals of protecting our natural resources are worthy. We can embrace the need to conserve the air, water and land as well as educate our children in a positive way. The real issue is the need for deeper research and honest dialogue into the ultimate goals of U.N. Sustainable Development while preserving the American principles of respect for private property rights, free enterprise and representative government. We need to root out who really benefits from the sweeping changes, as it is not the American people. It is no accident citizens across the U.S., including Georgians, are rejecting U.N. Agenda 21 policies.

Field Searcy, of Cobb County, led a presentation on regionalism and Agenda 21 for Georgia Senate GOP members last month.

4 comments Add your comment

View From Midtown

November 26th, 2012
1:28 pm

Hey Field, that’s a real nice hat you’re wearing there. Very shiny. Tin foil you say? Care for some water? No, no; the flouride in it won’t turn you gay. What? I’m pretty sure I don’t need to check the back of your neck for an CIA-embedded micro-chip. What’s that, you can’t stay and talk more? You have to keep moving so the black helicopters can’t follow you?

Alright then, you run along then, just let me give you these nice rounded scissors instead of those pointy ones because I wouldn’t want you to hurt yourself.

SW Gal

November 26th, 2012
12:35 pm

Message to “elected” officials, local, state, and federal: STOP taking Federal funds with mandates & strings attached that force us to spend money on things we don’t want or need. Here is a helpful hint for you elected ones. It does not matter if it is state or federal funds. ALL those “funds” come from those of us who work hard for a living while you tax us to death to pay for these boondoggles that make all your cronies (and you) wealthy at our expense. Stop it right now. We are onto you. Cobb County Commissioners, we are tired of you wasting our money on sidewalks to nowhere, multi-million dollar land purchases that are then declared “protected” and not on the tax roles. No more mules for the your Hyde Farm or other grandiose ideas. Let the free markets work. The Government is NOT supposed to be in the entertainment business, the healthcare business NOR the real estate business. You ALL should be ousted for “conflict of interests” alone, not to mention all the money under the table deals for which you are GUILTY. City & County Planners, stop blindly following the wishes of the Amer. Planners Asooc. (partially funded by George Soros who has destroyed the monetary markets of at least 3 countries, not counting our own.) Shame on ALL of you. Citizens, WAKE UP!

A mom

November 25th, 2012
4:08 pm

Way to go AJC. Give me a break.I can’t imagine living my life so very scared of everything that’s not in a very narrow comfort zone. I noticed not one so called “conservative”saying a word about two wars being paid for off the books using “supplemental budgeting”,not one word about medicare part D not being funded. There’s your redistrubution of wealth right there.


November 25th, 2012
3:50 pm