United Nation’s ‘Agenda 21’

Sustainability is ‘green’ Globalist code for Malthusian eugenics.

Re: Garden City reputation at risk; Municipal tax increases out of line; and Don Denton’s photo of buck

Peter Wills’ letter Garden City reputation at risk exhorts Victoria News readers to “wake up and rein-in this CRD gone rogue,” referring to the Capital Regional District’s absurd plan to “try and place a bio-solids plant firmly in an 1890 heritage middle class neighbourhood.”

Irene Monroe’s letter laments that “in Oak Bay there has been a 24-per-cent increase in municipal administrative costs.”

The caption below Don Denton’s photo of a buck in Beacon Hill Park notes that “deer remain a controversial subject in the Capital Region.”

What do all these things have in common?

They are all the predictable consequences of the Capital Regional District’s adherence to the draconian dictates of UN Agenda 21, which pushes the sustainability cult.

Agenda 21 is a United Nations inventory and control plan for the whole planet, and Canada ratified it in 1992.

It mandates the sequestration of 50 per cent of the land and water resources of Earth for wildlife, increasing residential property taxation to finance huge fascistic public-private partnerships driven by unaccountable regional governments, and 90 per cent depopulation.

Sustainability is ‘green’ Globalist code for Malthusian eugenics.

Gregory Hartnell, Victoria

 

 

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