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Agenda 21 and YOU
Find out how Agenda 21 will affect you, your family, local community
APPLETON, WIS. - November 1, 2011 - Concerned communities across the country are dropping their membership from a sustainable development organization on the basis that it promotes an international agenda (Agenda 21) over local needs and priorities. To better understand Agenda 21 and its goals, The John Birch Society (JBS) has prepared educational tools that members are now distributing. The tools explore how Agenda 21 will affect Americans on various levels.
Author of "Agenda 21 and You," Christian Gomez, research associate for JBS, states the following in a short booklet he prepared:
"Imagine if the government was purposefully rationing the use of electricity, water, gasoline, and natural gas, and that the enactment of these policies came from your local government's committee or department of 'sustainability'?
"These local government sustainability boards will decide how much energy, water, and other natural resources your home is allowed to use, limiting your ability to wash your dishes, take a shower or bath, flush the toilet, and drink a glass of water - regardless the size of your household or how many kids you have."
Additional tools include a pamphlet and an upcoming DVD. All of these tools are available to the media free for review purposes. Learn more on the JBS Choose Freedom, Stop Agenda 21 campaign page (http://www.jbs.org/issues-pages/stop-agenda-21).
To interview Gomez and discuss what has communities upset, please contact me today.
Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, The John Birch Society is dedicated to restoring and preserving freedom under the U.S. Constitution. Members come from all walks of life and are active throughout the 50 states on local, regional and national issues. United by a strong belief in personal freedom and limited government, members work to achieve the mission of the organization: to bring about less government, more responsibility, and - with God's help - a better world by providing leadership, education, and organized volunteer action in accordance with moral and Constitutional principles. Visit JBS.org for more information.