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U.N. official calls for urgent action to boost sustainable development agenda in US

In Agenda 21 on September 3, 2011 at 9:27 AM

The United Nations has determined that Sustainable Development (Agenda 21) must move forward pretty quickly, placed on the fast track at the next major meeting of the United Nations. June 2012, is the next meeting to discuss Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development in Rio Dijeneiro.

The United Nations has encouraged the United States to take the lead in this endeavor and spearhead the next 20 years since the Earth Summitt in 1992, thus the name Rio+20. I feel this meeting will be intended to catapult Agenda 21 to the forefront of their endeavors to further assault our sovereignty and property rights.

This is a real effort with dire consequences, this is no game and the United Nations is no longer playing the waiting game. They are going on the offensive and we had better be attentive the next year and decide how important the next presidential election is to saving our Republic.

Below is a letter sent out by the UN’s Sha Zukang to World members recently! Read carefully and tell me we dont have something to worry about!

The letter reads:
Concerted global efforts are needed to accelerate the sustainable development agenda set by the United Nations, a senior U.N. official said here on Tuesday.

“Right now, humanity stands at a crossroad. Some signs point to the right direction…Yet, other signs point to the wrong direction,” said Sha Zukang, secretary-general of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) at the National Press Club in Washington, Xinhua reported.

“As environment change accelerates, we, as an international community, must accelerate our actions. We must advance faster on the path to sustainable development,” said Sha.

The Rio+20 conference, aimed at boosting green economy and eradicating poverty in the context of sustainable development, is scheduled to be held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro in June 2012. The U.N.’s first conference on sustainable development was held in 1992 in the same city.

Sha, also the U.N.’s Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, noted that there is an urgency to move the agenda ahead with Rio+20 less than a year away.

He urged the United States to take the lead to push the Rio+20 agenda ahead and called for governments as well as public and private sectors to participate in this process and make contributions.

Meanwhile, Sha noted that the three pillars of sustainable development — social, economic development and environmental protection — are closely interdependent.

Pass this around, get the word out, then contact your elected officials to either not attend or simply tell them we dont want the UN directing our future in the United States!

Source:Trend News Agency s information pulled directly from the United Nations website at http://www.un.org!

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