Mississippi Outlaws Agenda 21 and Washington State looking to do same

Mississippi legislature passed House Bill 490 (HB490) by a margin of 79 to 36. Introduced by Representative Becky Currie (R), this bill will effectively prohibit Agenda 21 from being implemented in the state of Mississippi. This bill will now move to the Mississippi Senate and assigned to a committee for consideration. In essence, this would be a statewide ban on adopting or developing United Nations policies from all counties and cities within the state.

An Act To Prohibit The State Of Mississippi And All Political Subdivisions Of The State From Adopting The United States Rio Declaration On Environment And The Statement Of Principles For Sustainable Development Known As “agenda 21”; To Prohibit The State Of Mississippi And All Political Subdivisions Of The State From Implementing Programs Of, Expending Any Sum Of Money For, Being A Member Of, Receiving Funding From, Contracting Services From, Or Giving Financial Or Other Forms Of Aid To The International Council For Local Environmental Initiatives Or Any Of Its Related Or Affiliated Organizations To Include, But Not Be Limited To, Countdown 2010, Local Action For Biodiversity, European Center For Nature Conservation, The International Union For Conservation Of Nature And The President’s Council On Sustainable Development; And For Related Purposes.

Source: Legiscan

United Nations Agenda 21, also known as Sustainable Development, has its roots in world socialism, climate extremism and social darwinism. It is a plan implemented worldwide to gain control of all means of production, land, water, minerals, agriculture, energy, education and access to information, and this plan was formally introduced to the world in Rio de Jainerio at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, in June 1992. One can see the overtones of socialism and the needs of the collective being held above the rights of the individual.

Mississippi’s proposed prohibition on UN Agenda 21 is just the beginning of a worldwide push back against this insidious power-grab. The passing of this bill shows a major turnaround in local legislature. Of course, it must be mentioned that there will be other tactics used to push the United Nations Agenda with or without this legislation. New names and cryptic language will be used to usher in this plan regardless of state or national legislation. An excerpt of the bill is quoted here:

The State of Mississippi and all political subdivisions thereof shall not adopt, nor implement, the creed, doctrine, principle or any tenet of the United States Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and the Statement of Principles for Sustainable Development known as “Agenda 21,” adopted at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, held from June 3-14, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, or any other international law contravening the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Mississippi.


Bill to Stop Agenda 21 in Washington State: SB5191

Washington State SB5191 would ban implementation of or participation in United Nations’ Agenda 21 and other similar programs. It must pass successfully through the Senate Law & Justice Committee before it can receive a full vote in the state senate. Please take the following action steps to ensure the success of this important bill.

1. Call the Senate Law & Justice Committee Chair, Mike Padden. Strongly, but respectfully urge him to move this important bill forward to a vote in his committee. A phone call has 10x the impact of an email.

(360) 786-7606

2. Call the rest of the committee members. Again, be strong, but respectful. Urge each of them to take action to move the bill forward and vote YES on SB5191.

Steve O’Ban (R) Vice Chair (360) 786-7654
Jamie Pedersen (D) (360) 786-7628
Jeannie Darneille (D) (360) 786-7652
Jeanne Kohl-Welles (D) (360) 786-7670
Kirk Pearson (R) (360) 786-7676
Pam Roach (R) (360) 786-7660

Start now to make sure you are staying prepared.


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