HICKENLOOPER’S GREENPRINT DENVER AGENDA INSPIRED BY UN ORGANIZATION THAT SEEKS TO REPLACE THE US CONSTITUTION
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By Jim Frazier
Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, Democratic candidate for Governor of Colorado, is a model for other mayors according to the United Nations affiliated organization ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives).
In fact, Hickenlooper was nominated by the organization as one of the most outstanding mayors of the world in 2006, and in 2009 he was named a “Cool Mayor” for implementing carbon emission controls.
In short, Mayor Hickenlooper is a “poster boy” for ICLEI and Agenda 21,” said Stacy Lynne, an advocate of resisting Agenda 21. Since 1992, Agenda 21 has been implemented in Denver and approximately 600 other cities across America with ICLEI training that promotes ‘sustainability’ and “bio-diversity.” Around the world, over 1200 cities have joined the organization.
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“The entire ICLEI agenda is based on the deceptive belief of man-made global warming,” said Lynne. “Man-made global warming, now proven to be a hoax, is a tool being used by the United Nations to transform our US government,” Lynne said. “Man-made global warming was designed by global elites to create a need for a carbon tax on each person, car, animal, and even items in your house – like your refrigerator and stove,” she said. The carbon tax is designed to fund the elites and their new world government – a new world order run by the United Nations. This one-world government is not planned as a republic created ‘by the people, for the people,’” she said. “Representatives are appointed by the elite. The creators of Agenda 21 were not American citizens, and they don’t respect the individual rights of American citizens, and our love of freedom.”
ICLEI’s website admits that their goal is to implement “Agenda 21” and various “Bio-Diversity” Treaties. Here is a link to ICLEI. http://www.iclei.org/index.php?id=about.
Agenda 21 was never voted on by the US Congress, or approved by the Colorado State house, or even the Denver city council. So how did the agenda, created at the Earth Summit in Brazil in 1992, become approved in the United States?
Back in 1993, a Democratic congresswoman from California, Nancy Pelosi – now Speaker of the House–urged President Bill Clinton to sign onto the plan. He implemented the agenda in the United States by Executive Order on June 14th, 1993. He created the President’s Council on Sustainable Development which carried out the purposes of Agenda 21. Gradually, aspects of the agenda seeped into every federal agency without the knowledge of most Americans.
“You can see their method,” said Lynne. “It was done bureaucratically. The entire process is designed to circumvent elected representatives, and subvert the basic purpose of our republic. We, the People, are accountable for our government, but when our officials sneak things into place, it becomes difficult to ensure we are being represented. ICLEI is using deception to transform our republic,” she said.
The city of Denver joined ICLEI and began implementing Agenda 21 back in 1992. About eleven years later, when Hickenlooper was elected Mayor in 2003, he began a study on “sustainability.” After two years of study, he implemented Denver massive “sustainability” project, GreenPrint Denver, by his own Executive Order. “Again, the people of Denver were not informed,” Lynne said. “This huge plan was implemented by the Executive Order of one person – Mayor Hickenlooper.” Here is a link to Greenprint Denver: http://www.greenprintdenver.org/
Included in GreenPrint Denver are the Mayor’s ideas for eliminating the use of personal vehicles, Lynne said. “He plans to implement a statewide policy called ‘pay as you drive’ and also a ‘feebate’ program. Pay-as-you-drive would require insurance companies to charge you a per-mile and/or a per-minute fee in addition to your normal premium cost. The ‘feebate’ program would require people who purchase SUV’s, pickup trucks and similar vehicles to pay an additional fee which would be given to people who buy cars which are approved by the government as fuel efficient.
So what is wrong with programs like GreenPrint Denver, and ideas like sustainability?
“Deception is one problem,” said Michael Shaw, creator of an anti-ICLEI website, www.FreedomAdvocates.org
He is a resident of the Santa Cruz, California area where Agenda 21 was tested before being adopted at the 1992 Earth Summit. “Agenda 21 destroyed our local economy,” he said. “They took control of viable land and were able to stop development. They implemented costly regulations and taxes. Agenda 21 created havoc in our economy,” he said. You can see him in the video: Agenda 21 For Dummies Video
Shaw maintains that the goal of Agenda 21 is to weaken the industrial nations of the world, destroy the wealth and prosperity of the United States, destroy personal property rights, and give control of public lands to the United Nations — like national parks, seaports and grasslands.
The idea is to get naïve mayors and cities hooked on Agenda 21,” said Stacy Lynne. “City staffers are trained by ICLEI to suggest plans to the mayor and councilmen who are too busy, or too naïve to seek out the full implications. Mayor Hickenlooper has taken the bait – hook, line and sinker. But if he is elected governor, he will no doubt continue to expand the agenda at all levels of Colorado’s government, and that will be a disaster for the economy of our state.”
Lynne maintains that the agenda will increase taxes, fees and regulations to the point that businesses are strangled. “An example is Governor Ritter’s over-regulation and weakening of the oil and gas industry in Colorado,” Lynne said. “That was done under the guise of protecting the environment, and enforcing sustainability.”
“The Agenda 21 plan is to bring America down to third-world status,” Lynne said. “The agenda proposes to use public education to further the ideals of socialism, destroy foundations of the nuclear family, wreck factory production in industrial nations, open the borders between nations, destroy the concept of sovereign nations, and at the same time, spread the wealth of America to poorer nations. Worse, the agenda seeks to replace our US Constitution with a pledge to the United Nations that changes the concept of individual rights granted by God, to collective or group rights.” The process is considered to be “creating a balance” – a new world order.
She warns that Hickenlooper is committed to this process and understands the goals of ICLEI.
“If an organization is deceptive, elected officials and the public can be fooled,” she said. “The reason that Americans are so angry when they learn about ICLEI and Agenda 21 is that this agenda is being implemented, with deception, by circumventing the elected representatives. People and officials become angry when they realize they are being deceived by their local government. The primary cause of this deception is ICLEI,” she said.
Fort Collins, Loveland, Boulder, Denver and about twenty other towns, cities and counties in Colorado are members of IECLI. Greeley has never joined the organization, but surrounding rural communities in Weld County are in involved with sustainability consultants who are directing town council actions. In Loveland, a group has recently organized to fight ICLEI.
The following statement is from ICLEI’s website.
A Worldwide Movement of Local Governments
Through its international programs, and projects, ICLEI works with local governments to generate political awareness of key themes by:
establishing plans of action to meet defined, concrete, measurable targets
working toward meeting these targets through the implementation of projects
evaluating local and cumulative progress toward sustainable development
Our programs, and projects promote participatory, long-term, strategic planning process that address local sustainability while protecting global common goods. This approach links local action to internationally agreed-upon goals and targets such as:
the Rio Conventions:
The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change,
The UN Convention on Biological Diversity,
The UN Convention to Combat Desertification
the Habitat Agenda,
the Millennium Development Goals,
the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation
For a more complete understanding be sure to watch this video: Agenda 21 For Dummies Video