That’s the agenda, from ground up

LETTER

Re: Rural communities don’t ask for a lot, July 1 column.

Local Government NZ is where UN agenda 21 drives from. The agenda openly states that its objectives are to be achieved locally from the ground up. They have manuals on how to direct community involvement so that local communities think that they are driving the changes. In actual fact the agenda is already set and conferences like this use the delphi technique to make sure that the desired outcomes are successfully implanted on local communities. Billions of dollars have been spent on techniques for “guiding” community consensus, hence the catch cry “Riding the localism wave: Putting communities in charge”.

There is nothing local about this approach.

Communities are powerless to make real change unless that change fits in with the UN agenda.

Here is where the climate change agenda gets its power. This how they do it to us.

Peter Jones

Re: Rural communities don’t ask for a lot, July 1 column.

Local Government NZ is where UN agenda 21 drives from. The agenda openly states that its objectives are to be achieved locally from the ground up. They have manuals on how to direct community involvement so that local communities think that they are driving the changes. In actual fact the agenda is already set and conferences like this use the delphi technique to make sure that the desired outcomes are successfully implanted on local communities. Billions of dollars have been spent on techniques for “guiding” community consensus, hence the catch cry “Riding the localism wave: Putting communities in charge”.

There is nothing local about this approach.

Communities are powerless to make real change unless that change fits in with the UN agenda.

Here is where the climate change agenda gets its power. This how they do it to us.

Peter Jones

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And Fruit Loops too - 4 months ago
Where can I buy their promotional merchandise though? Especially the tin foil hats and the Kool aid.

Peter Jones - 4 months ago
The kool aid is in the tap water and you will need more than a tin foil hat when there is a 5G radio transmitter and street video cams on every second lampost or in the street lights. They don't call it the "Green New Deal" for nothing.

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