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U.N. Agenda 21 Testing Ground: Malaysia’s 10 Ideas For Sustainable Development

by Kevin Samson, Activist Post:

The full implementation of Agenda 21 is nearing completion as the global Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations are set on a 2015 timeline. There are already many hints available at the wide-scale transformation set to take place, as multiple locations in the United States continue doing battle with the arrival of sweeping bureaucratic code enforcement.

Agenda 21 is a U.N.-directed action plan that has so many tentacles, it is often difficult to see this creature in its entirety. Essentially, using the threat of climate change and overpopulation as core global concerns, a mountain of new regulations forcing local communities to adopt global directives will usher in global governance literally from the ground up.

The term Sustainable Development was first introduced to the world in the pages of a 1987 report (Our Common Future (300 page .pdf)) produced by the United Nations World Commission on Environmental and Development, authored by Gro Harlem Brundtland, VP of the World Socialist Party.

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1 comment to U.N. Agenda 21 Testing Ground: Malaysia’s 10 Ideas For Sustainable Development

  • Eyes Rolling

    LOL! No worries. The general public here is so thick that sustainable living is a pipe dream. You just have to visit the beautiful waterfalls to see how the public disrespects the environment with all the rubbish strewn everywhere. In Malaysia, the authorities can’t even get their garbage disposal act in order and the average Malaysian has no idea what composting is. And in a land where rainfall is so high and teeming with rivers, there is water rationing from time to time!

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