A memo has been uncovered from one of the United Nations websites calling all business owners to “action” to implement many aspects of “sustainable development”, “Agenda 21” elements for the “future we want” campaign coming out of the Rio+20 Earth Summit in Rio where the International Chamber of Commerce and the United Nations are plotting to make a final push to finally implement Agenda 21 in our country and across the world.
Pay special attention to the words Sustainable Development, BASD (Business Action for Sustainable Development, future we want and Global Compact. These elements of Agenda 21, specifically from Chapter 30, the business portion coming out of Rio will have an enhanced appearance and you will see a huge effort to finalize this effort and the Chamber of Commerce will be a very willing and useful tool for implementation.
Locally, the Chamber is still following the archaic and outdated continued conspiracy theory mentality somehow dreamed up by local Bradley County Citizens, Conservative and Tea Party types.
I can assure you that this is no conspiracy. The facts present themselves as in this memo from a UN website. The threat is very real and if not stopped, we will be overcome with a huge Socialist type takeover of our businesses and our daily lives as soon as the Earth Summit subsides somewhere around the middle to end of June 2012.
We can no longer debate whether this is conspiracy or not, the facts are displayed and we are running out of time. The powers that be are pushing hard and fast because Americans are waking up to their game and they realize the people of this proud and great country are the only ones willing to stop it.
Many more blogs will soon follow with further evidence of our planned demise. Read below and check the link out your self. Stay tuned, the facts that are coming will probably more than you can bare.
May 3, 2012
Businesses: Make a Commitment
If you are a business owner, consider making a public commitment to help create the future we want. The United Nations, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the UN Global Compact are calling for corporate commitments that will be published on the UN’s Rio+20 website.
What kind of commitments? They can take many forms, according to the UN, including new projects or existing projects that will be scaled-up. All commitments must advance one or more of the UN’s sustainability goals and include measurable targets. Businesses must be willing to have their progress reported to the public each year.
For more information, go to the UN’s “Call for Action” web site or the World Business Council’s site. If you’d like to participate in the corporate sector’s contribution to Rio+20, go to the “Business Action for Sustainable Development” website operated by the World Business Council, the UN Global Compact and the International Chamber of Commerce.