Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Agenda 21 Swings Into Action

If this wasn't so disturbing, we could laugh about it -
Bolivia will this month table a draft United Nations treaty giving "Mother Earth" the same rights as humans — having just passed a domestic law that does the same for bugs, trees and all other natural things in the South American country.

The bid aims to have the UN recognize the Earth as a living entity that humans have sought to "dominate and exploit" — to the point that the "well-being and existence of many beings" is now threatened.

The wording may yet evolve, but the general structure is meant to mirror Bolivia's Law of the Rights of Mother Earth, which Bolivian President Evo Morales enacted in January.

That document speaks of the country's natural resources as "blessings," and grants the Earth a series of specific rights that include rights to life, water and clean air; the right to repair livelihoods affected by human activities; and the right to be free from pollution.
Let me guess, some government figure gets to represent the Earth.
It also establishes a Ministry of Mother Earth, and provides the planet with an ombudsman whose job is to hear nature's complaints as voiced by activist and other groups, including the state.
The Real Effect
Well, well. Go figure. I love how "harmony" with nature is preached, yet no one can quite define what harmony is. The article admits as much by stating "The wording may yet evolve...". I'm sure it will evolve into a system where humans have few, if any rights, "the environment" has slightly more, and the rule makers enjoy the hard labor of coming up with all of these laws.

Yet, look around. In the last year we've had a catastrophic oil spill in the gulf AND a massive nuclear event in Japan. And this doesn't even address the depleted uranium in use, the GMO crops, etc...

No, this is globalists making laws to get around your rights and well, balance your numbers, with natures.
Think about that for a bit.

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