Letter To The Editor: Agenda 21 "Threatens" American Government

Field Searcy has strong words against Agenda 21.


Editor's note: the following is a letter to the editor from Field Searcy, the man who gave the presentation on Agenda 21 in a meeting last month organized by Sen. Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock). 

When I read on Page 185 of the March 2011 Cobb County Comprehensive Plan that the county supports the advancement of sustainable development policies as defined by the United Nations Division of Sustainable Development, I could no longer ignore that the U.N. Agenda 21 (A21) policies were real and thriving in America.

The U.N. policies are detailed in a 300-page document along with the Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide. Sold as protecting the environment, sustainable development policies are more far-reaching than our fields and streams.

A21 outlines plans for the control of land use, housing, transportation, food production, consumption patterns, water, energy, education, the role of industry and health care. Sounding familiar? We have been bombarded with these global plans of change.

Warm and fuzzy words like “comprehensive planning,” “smart growth,” “public-private partnerships” and “outcome-based education” were chosen by central planners to camouflage a desired alternate outcome.

As adults, we are familiar with marketers using positive labels to encourage us to act in ways not always in our best interest. These words in the A21 plan were carefully chosen to make us feel better about giving up our sovereign rights. Conversely, negative labeling and hate speech are used when citizens disagree.

This is not a Republican or Democratic issue. Elected servants in both parties have worked to implement regionalism and public-private partnerships to fundamentally transform America.

Economic models endorsing public-private partnerships violate free market principles by benefiting favored corporations, protecting private gains and leaving taxpayers obligated for losses. It proposes a “Communitarian” model of governance that is diametrically opposed to the American way.

In reality, the U.N. policies include plans to re-engineer human society through regional equity schemes to spread the wealth. Regionalism as a subset of A21 gives appointed regional councils control of vast sums of taxpayer dollars while working unchecked.

Once appointed, the taxpayers are unable to remove these councils through elections. It threatens our representative form of government. It violates our one-person, one-vote principle to equal legislative representation.

The goals of protecting our natural resources are worthy. We can embrace the need to conserve the air, water and land as well as educate our children in a positive way.

The real issue is the need for deeper research and honest dialogue into the ultimate goals of U.N. Sustainable Development while preserving the American principles of respect for private property rights, free enterprise and representative government.

We need to root out who really benefits from the sweeping changes, as it is not the American people. It is no accident citizens across the U.S., including Georgians, are rejecting U.N. Agenda 21 policies.

Field Searcy

Guy Bailey November 29, 2012 at 04:20 PM
What Field Searcy doesn't mention - possibly because he doesn't understand - is that Agenda21 is purely aimed at Africa and other developing nations who are building their infrastructures out for the first time. At least he has the good sense to leave out the mentions to the Rand Corporation and Delphi mind-control this time...
Phil Zieber December 05, 2012 at 04:14 AM
Why, then, would Cobb County be interested in complying with a United Nations strategy aimed at Africa? The term "agenda" is both sinister and operative here and begs the kind of investigation that Mr. Searcy is suggesting. Surely you would support a full understanding of the protocol (?) -- this time (ref. Obamacare), before it becomes the law of the land.
Shell December 07, 2012 at 01:18 PM
@GuyBailey Agenda 21 is VERY REAL. It is not a conspiracy theory, and it IS being implemented in the US at the local levels where many officials don't know what it is. The "sustainability" and "smart growth" movements are how it is being sold. But, we CAN beat it if we root it out in our local communities. Check into your local governments and planning commissions ... city, county, and state. This is not a right - left, repub - dem issue, and it's not a conspiracy theory! PLEASE check into Agenda 21 further ... LIBERTY needs you to find the truth. www [dot] democratsagainstunagenda21 [dot] com


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