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Agenda 21 Exposed in Lake County, CA

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AGENDA 21 LOGO-100.pngAgenda 21 is not the “Bill of Rights”. It is not “The Declaration of Independence”. And it is not the “U.S. Constitution”. It has never been decided on by the American people that “Agenda 21” should be our new bible. Our guiding light into the 21st century. It is being pushed on us by a bunch of progressive liberal elitist like Nancy Pelosi. It empowers those who agree and indoctrinates those who do not, and you are going to think you are having a bad dream when it comes into your home.

© Bill Wink 2007

 

 

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THE MATRIX

 

In the sci-fi classic "The Matrix" there is a "green" world, the world inside the Matrix, and a "blue" world of dreamy illusion that feeds the Matrix.

 

The protagonist Neo, the seeker of truth and reality, must take a red pill or a blue pill to decide which future he will live in. The blue pill will let him stay in his dream world, while the red pill will bring him into the terrible reality of the green world of the Matrix.

 

The central problem facing humanity in the movie is delusion.

 

At one point in the film the rebel hero, Morpheus, tells the protagonist Neo that most people don't understand the illusory nature of the Matrix. Morpheus says: "The Matrix is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth. ... Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself."

 

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DBOC Window poster_small.jpgIn our case, The Matrix is the world we are being told we live in, a world we are told we are making sustainable, a dreamy illusion, while in reality, we are living in a world that is being designed to rob us of all our personal freedoms and liberties and will commit our children to a life unlike anything we can imagine.

 

How will they (the powers who rule the world) do this?

 

 

The number 1 goal of Agenda 21 Sustainable Development is “human control” (“in

every area in which human impacts on the environment”) because that is the only way they can achieve control of the oceans and the land and all of their resources.

 

And as you are very aware we people are now considered “human resources”. I give you as an example the HR Department or Human Resources Department. You are no longer a person (individual) represented by a personnel department.

 

 

Agenda 21

UNCED, 1992

 

“Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.

 

Agenda 21, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the Statement of principles for the Sustainable Management of Forests were adopted by more than 178 Governments at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992.

The Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) was created in December 1992 to ensure effective follow-up of UNCED, to monitor and report on implementation of the agreements at the local, national, regional and international levels. It was agreed that a five year review of Earth Summit progress would be made in 1997 by the United Nations General Assembly meeting in special session.”

 

"Each local authority should enter into a dialogue with its citizens, local organizations, and private enterprises and adopt 'a local Agenda 21.' Through consultation and consensus-building, local authorities would learn from citizens and from local, civic, community, business and industrial organizations and acquire the information needed for formulating the best strategies."
-- Chapter 28.1.3 U.N. Agenda 21

 

 

So, how did this evil make it all the way to Lake County, CA from Rio de Janerio, Brazil?

 

 

Agenda 21 Sustainable Development was adopted by 178 Governments in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992.

 

President George H. W. Bush authorized the U.S.A. to sign.

 

EXPRESSING SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT U.S. SHOULD DEVELOP NATIONAL STRATEGY IMPLEMENTING EARTH SUMMIT AGREEMENTS (House of Representatives - October 02, 1992)

 

The Clerk read as follows:

H. Con. Res. 353

Whereas the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (hereinafter in this preamble referred to as `UNCED'), known as the Earth Summit, assembled in June of 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the largest summit of heads of state in history and outlined a comprehensive action plan for environmentally sustainable development, known as Agenda 21 ;

 

Whereas the United States has a strong national interest in the environmental sustainability of global economic development, and many pressing environmental and economic problems are inherently transboundary and not susceptible to resolution by the actions of any single nation acting alone;

 

Whereas Agenda 21 , a plan of national and international actions to integrate environment and development, negotiated and adopted by the United States and 177 other countries, offers a significant starting point for continuing progress in avoiding environmental degradation and social and economic disintegration in the 21st century;

 

Whereas the role of the United States, as a major economic force and a country that has long been in the forefront of environmental protection activities nationally and internationally, should be one of leadership and positive action in the implementation process of Agenda 21 and all decisions of UNCED;

 

Whereas Agenda 21 urges all governments to adopt national strategies for sustainable development;

 

Whereas Agenda 21 urges all countries to `make significant progress' in incorporating environmental costs into economic decisions, to undertake research or sustainable production methods and consumption patterns, and to undertake other actions to make their economies more environmentally sustainable;

 

Whereas Agenda 21 calls for a `supportive international climate for achieving environment and development goals,' by `providing adequate financial resources to developing countries and dealing with international debt,' and calls for `the reallocation of resources presently committed to military purposes' to support United States policies and the efforts of developing countries to implement Agenda 21 ;

 

Whereas UNCED recommended that high-level United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (hereinafter in this preamble referred to as the `Commission') be established by the 47th United Nations General Assembly to provide a vital forum in which the member states of the United Nations may review progress made by considering reports from national governments, international organizations, and nongovernmental organizations;

 

Whereas the United States was an active and positive participant in UNCED negotiations regarding the Commission, and will play a major role in the decisions of the 47th United Nations General Assembly regarding the specific modalities and effectiveness of the Commission;

 

Whereas the agreements adopted at UNCED are milestones toward the achievement of environmentally sustainable economic development and for holding governments accountable for progress toward integrating environment and development;

 

Whereas many opportunities for agreements concerning more extensive actions on critical issues remained unresolved at UNCED and will require further attention by the nations of the world; and

 

Whereas the ultimate success of achieving sustainable development and a healthy environment at the national and international levels depends upon actions taken at the State and local community levels, and on actions by schools, public offices, businesses, and citizens: Now, therefore, be it

 

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That it is the sense of the Congress that--

(1) effective follow-up to achieve the many goals of the agreements reached at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (hereinafter in this resolution referred to as `UNCED') will depend on the following actions by the President and the United States Government:

(a) The United States should adopt a national strategy for environmentally sustainable development, based on an extensive process of nationwide consultations with all interested organizations and individuals, including State and
local governments, nongovernmental organization, businesses, and labor groups.

(B) The United States Government should encourage and facilitate, at all levels of community and sectors of society, appropriate means for adopting individual Agenda 21 plans of action, including the establishment of local, county, State, business, and other boards and commissions for achieving sustainable development. Each member of the Congress should help initiate this process within their States or districts.

(C) The President should establish an effective mechanism to plan, initiate, and coordinate United States policy for implementing Agenda 21. Responsibility should be vested in a duly constituted office, headed by an appropriate high level official, and the necessary staff support structure should be provided.

(D) Policies should be formulated for foreign policy and foreign assistance in order to help developing countries, and for domestic actions in order to assure appropriate action by the United States to implement Agenda 21 ;

(2) in order to contribute to a transition to a sustainable United States economy, the research and policy initiatives urged in Agenda 21 should be pursued, including research on sustainable consumption and production patterns, creation of a policy framework for sustainable consumption patterns, identification of a strategy to eliminate or reduce subsidies for unsustainable natural resource exploitation, and to improve pricing policies;

(3) the Congress should adopt a plan to reallocate an appropriate amount of savings from reduced defense spending in order to achieve its goals of global environmental protection and sustainable development over the next decade;

(4) the President should urge and actively participate in new and existing multilateral efforts aimed at creating a more favorable international economic climate for developing countries to practice sustainable development, and such efforts should include international consultations regarding reduction in developing country debt linked with environmental policy reforms, and increased loans and concessional assistance upon development and implementation of national sustainable development strategies in developing countries;

(5) the United States should actively support, at the 47th United Nations General Assembly, the effective establishment of a high-level United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (hereinafter in this resolution referred to as the `Commission'), including the establishment of provisions for meaningful participation by organizations of the United Nations system, international financial institutions, and other relevant intergovernmental organizations and nongovernmental organizations recommended by UNCED;

(6) the President should affirm strong United States commitment to the Commission by appointing a high-level representative from the United States to the Commission, and by encouraging the United Nations Secretary General to appoint an Under Secretary General for Sustainable Development to coordinate the implementation of Agenda 21 in the United Nations system and to head the secretariat support structure for the Commission;

(7) the President should submit a national report for the Commission on activities the United States has undertaken to implement Agenda 21 , both domestically and internationally, on progress made toward fulfilling other commitments undertaken at UNCED, and on other environmental and developmental issues that the United States finds relevant, and should strongly encourage all United Nations members to submit national reports;

(8) the United States should encourage the Commission to call for periodic international meetings to continue the process toward developing and advancing international agreement to facilitate sustainable economic development for the protection of the global environment and the promotion of human dignity of current and future generations; and

(9) the President should submit an annual report to the Congress on the steps taken by the United States to implement Agenda 21 and the recommendations made by this resolution, and should make information regarding such steps available to members of the Congress upon their request.

 

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See and hear Nancy Pelosi introduce H. Con 353 at the 102nd Congress 1992 stating Agenda 21 should become National policy

 

 

“The President should establish an effective mechanism to plan, initiate, and coordinate United States policy for implementing Agenda 21. Responsibility should be vested in a duly constituted office, headed by an appropriate high level official, and the necessary staff support structure should be provided.”

 

 

Executive Order No. 12852
June 29, 1993


By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 301 of title 3, United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Establishment

There is established the "President's Council on Sustainable Development"("Council"). The Council shall consist of not more than 25 members to be appointed by the President from the public and private sectors and who represent industrial, environmental, governmental, and not-for-profit organizations with experience relating to matters of sustainable development. The President shall designate from among the Council members such official or officials to be chairperson, chairpersons, vice-chairperson, or vice-chairpersons of the council as he shall deem appropriate. The Council shall coordinate with and report to such officials of the executive branch as the President or Director of the White House Office on Environmental Policy shall from time to time determine.

Section 2. Functions

(a) The Council shall advise the President on matters involving sustainable development. "Sustainable development" is broadly defined as economic growth that will benefit present and future generations without detrimentally affecting the resources or biological systems of the planet.

(b) The council shall develop and recommend to the President a national sustainable development action strategy that will foster economic vitality.

(c) The chairperson or chairpersons may, from time to time, invite experts to submit information to the Council and may form subcommittees of the Council to review and report to the Council on the development of national and local sustainable development plans.

Section 3. Administration

(a) The heads of executive agencies shall, to the extent permitted by law, provide to the Council such information with respect to sustainable development as the Council requires to carry out its functions.

(b) Members of the Council shall serve without compensation, but shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by law for persons serving intermittently in the Government service (5 U.S.C. 5701-5707).

(c) The White House Office on Environmental Policy shall obtain funding for the Council from the Department of the Interior or such other sources (including other Federal agencies) as may lawfully contribute to such activities. The funding received shall provide for the administration and financial support of the Council.

(d) The Office of Administration in the Executive Office of the President shall, on a reimbursable basis, provide such administrative services for the Council as may be required.

Section 4. General.

(a) I have determined that the Council shall be established in compliance with the Federal Advisory Committee Act, as amended, except that of reporting to the Congress, which are applicable to the Council, shall be performed by the Office of the Administration in the Executive Office of the President in accord with the guidelines and procedures established by the Administrator of General Services.

(b) The Council shall exist for a period of 2 years from the date of this order, unless the Council's charter is subsequently extended.

(c) Executive order No. 12737, which established the President's Commission on Environmental Quality, is revoked.

William J. Clinton
The White House


Amendments to Executive Order No. 12852

AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 12852
July 19, 1993


By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 301 of title 3, United States Code, and in order to amend Executive Order No. 12852, it is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 12852, is amended by deleting the text of section 3(d) of the order and inserting in lieu thereof the following text: "The Department of the Interior shall, on a reimbursable basis, provide such administrative services for the Council as may be required" and by deleting the words "Office of Administration in the Executive Office of the President" in Section 4 of that order and inserting the "Department of the Interior" in lieu thereof.


FURTHER AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 12852
June 27, 1995

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States and in order to extend the President's Council on Sustainable Development, it is hereby ordered that section 4(b) of Executive Order No. 12852, as amended, is further amended by deleting "for a period of two years from the date of this order, unless the council's charter is subsequently extended" and inserting in lieu thereof "until June 29, 1997, unless otherwise extended."


FURTHER AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 12852, AS AMENDED
November 17, 1995

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, and in order to add four more members to the President's Council on Sustainable Development, it is hereby ordered that Executive Order No. 12852, as amended, is further amended by deleting the number "25" in section 1 of the order and inserting the number "29" in lieu thereof.


FURTHER AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 12852, AS AMENDED
June 30, 1997

ADDING MEMBERS TO AND EXTENDING THE PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to amend Executive Order 12852 for various purposes, it is hereby ordered that Executive Order 12852, as amended, is further amended by deleting the number "29" from section 1 and inserting the number "35" in lieu thereof; by deleting from section 3(d) and 4(a) the text "Department of the Interior" and inserting in lieu thereof the following text: "Department of Energy"; and by deleting from section 4(b) the text "June 29, 1997" and inserting in lieu thereof the following text: "February 28, 1999."


FURTHER AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 12852, AS AMENDED, EXTENDING THE PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT February 25, 1999

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to further amend Executive Order 12852, as amended, to extend the life of the President's Council on Sustainable Development, it is hereby ordered that Executive Order 12852, as amended, is further amended by deleting from section 4(b) of the order the text "February 28, 1999" and inserting in lieu thereof "June 30, 1999".

 

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INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Decision-Making: Coordinating Bodies  

Created by a 1993 Executive Order, the President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD) is explicitly charged with recommending a national action plan for sustainable development to the President. The PCSD is composed of leaders from government and industry, as well as from environmental, labor and civil rights organizations. The PCSD submitted its report, "Sustainable America: A New Consensus", to the President in early 1996.  In the absence of a multi-sectoral consensus on how to achieve sustainable development in the United States, the PCSD was conceived to formulate recommendations for the implementation of Agenda 21.

http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/usa/inst.htm

 

 

 “B) The United States Government should encourage and facilitate, at all levels of community and sectors of society, appropriate means for adopting individual Agenda 21 plans of action, including the establishment of local, county, State, business, and other boards and commissions for achieving sustainable development. Each member of the Congress should help initiate this process within their States or districts.”

 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

WASHINGTON, D.C. 20250

September 13, 1996

SECRETARY’S MEMORANDUM 9500-6

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

 

·         The March 1996 PCSD (President’s Council for Sustainable Development) report, "Sustainable America--A New Consensus for Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the Future," includes recommendations for USDA to enhance its role, individually and in partnership with others, in sustaining the productivity and quality of agricultural and natural resource goods and services, the natural resource base and ecological systems, and the economic and social vitality of rural communities.

 

·         The philosophy, concepts and principles of sustainable development, involving the balancing of environmental quality, economic development, and the vitality of rural communities, shall be incorporated, as appropriate, into all appropriate Department regulations, policies, and programs, including strategic planning documents, work plans, and performance appraisals. Each agency head shall implement the programs for which the agency head is responsible in ways that are consistent with this policy on sustainable development.

 

READ THE ENTIRE MEMO HERE

 

 

Every Department in the Federal Government received the “recommendations” to enhance its role with others.

 

“The philosophy, concepts and principles of sustainable development, involving the balancing of environmental quality, economic development, and the vitality of rural communities, shall be incorporated, as appropriate, into all appropriate Department regulations, policies, and programs, including strategic planning documents, work plans, and performance appraisals. Each agency head shall implement the programs for which the agency head is responsible in ways that are consistent with this policy on sustainable development.”

 

 

By 1996 we were well on our path to using Agenda 21 Sustainable Development as a blueprint for all decision making being done by the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches of our Government.

 

Agenda 21 Sustainable Development was not just being implemented here in the U.S.A. it was Worldwide and many countries are further into using its blueprint for “sustainability”.

 

Just so you don’t believe Agenda 21 is a partisan issue, don’t forget who swore our allegiance to the United Nations, (1992 – President George H. W. Bush addressing the General Assembly of the U.N. said: "It is the sacred principles enshrined in the United Nations charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance.") and who also agreed to the tenets of Agenda 21 and it continued under the younger Bush President.

 

 

President George W. Bush agrees with Agenda 21 too, as his Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, Paula Dobriansky, told a Brookings-Council on Foreign Relations on Thursday, May 23, 2002 - 12:00 p.m.-1:15 p.m. at The Washington Club, quote:

 

 

“But if Johannesburg is to truly implement the international community's new consensus, demonstrated in Monterrey, to effectively mobilize resources for sustainable development, it should produce compelling results, not merely high sounding rhetoric. We already have agreed upon Agenda 21 and the Millennium Declaration goals. The world community does not need to negotiate new goals or create new global bureaucracies.

 

We in the United States government are working with our friends and allies to promote sustainable development. Yet, no government individually or collectively, developed or developing, can be successful without active partnership with the private sector, with non-profit organizations and other participants.

 

We re-dedicate ourselves to turn our vision into reality and we support immediate concrete action to this end. The test of any man lies not in espousing words but in fulfilling deeds. And the true test of the World Summit on Sustainable Development will not lie in the rhetoric that is negotiated, but in actions taken to improve conditions worldwide. The new vision President Bush emphasized before Monterrey unleashes the potential of those who are poor, instead of locking them into a cycle of dependence.”

 

End quote

 

We already have agreed upon Agenda 21 and the Millennium Declaration goals”; “…we must continue down the path laid out in Monterrey…  no government individually or collectively, developed or developing, can be successful without active partnership with the private sector, with non-profit organizations and other participants.

 

 

Agenda 21 arrives in Lake County, CA

 

 

AGENDA 21 - Chapter 30

STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

B. Promoting responsible entrepreneurship

Basis for action

30.17. Entrepreneurship is one of the most important driving forces for innovations, increasing market efficiencies and responding to challenges and opportunities. Small and medium-sized entrepreneurs, in particular, play a very important role in the social and economic development of a country. Often, they are the major means for rural development, increasing off-farm employment and providing the transitional means for improving the livelihoods of women. Responsible entrepreneurship can play a major role in improving the efficiency of resource use, reducing risks and hazards, minimizing wastes and safeguarding environmental qualities.

Objectives

30.18. The following objectives are proposed:

(a)  To encourage the concept of stewardship in the management and utilization of natural resources by entrepreneurs;

(b)  To increase the number of entrepreneurs engaged in enterprises that subscribe to and implement sustainable development policies.

Activities

30.19. Governments should encourage the establishment and operations of sustainably managed enterprises. The mix would include regulatory measures, economic incentives and streamlining of administrative procedures to assure maximum efficiency in dealing with applications for approval in order to facilitate investment decisions, advice and assistance with information, infrastructural support and stewardship responsibilities.

30.20. Governments should encourage, in cooperation with the private sector, the establishment of venture capital funds for sustainable development projects and programmes.

30.21. In collaboration with business, industry, academia and international organizations, Governments should support training in the environmental aspects of enterprise management. Attention should also be directed towards apprenticeship schemes for youth.

30.22. Business and industry, including transnational corporations, should be encouraged to establish world-wide corporate policies on sustainable development, arrange for environmentally sound technologies to be available to affiliates owned substantially by their parent company in developing countries without extra external charges, encourage overseas affiliates to modify procedures in order to reflect local ecological conditions and share experiences with local authorities, national Governments and international organizations.

30.23. Large business and industry, including transnational corporations, should consider establishing partnership schemes with small and medium-sized enterprises to help facilitate the exchange of experience in managerial skills, market development and technological know-how, where appropriate, with the assistance of international organizations.

30.24. Business and industry should establish national councils for sustainable development and help promote entrepreneurship in the formal and informal sectors. The inclusion of women entrepreneurs should be facilitated.

30.25. Business and industry, including transnational corporations, should increase research and development of environmentally sound technologies and environmental management systems, in collaboration with academia and the scientific/engineering establishments, drawing upon indigenous knowledge, where appropriate.

30.26. Business and industry, including transnational corporations, should ensure responsible and ethical management of products and processes from the point of view of health, safety and environmental aspects. Towards this end, business and industry should increase self-regulation, guided by appropriate codes, charters and initiatives integrated into all elements of business planning and decision-making, and fostering openness and dialogue with employees and the public.

30.27. Multilateral and bilateral financial aid institutions should continue to encourage and support small- and medium-scale entrepreneurs engaged in sustainable development activities.

30.28. United Nations organizations and agencies should improve mechanisms for business and industry inputs, policy and strategy formulation processes, to ensure that environmental aspects are strengthened in foreign investment.

30.29. International organizations should increase support for research and development on improving the technological and managerial requirements for sustainable development, in particular for small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries.

Means of implementation

Financing and cost evaluation

30.30. The activities included under this programme area are mostly changes in the orientation of existing activities and additional costs are not expected to be significant. The cost of activities by Governments and international organizations are already included in other programme areas. 

 

 

57 • Lake County, California • July 2002

 

RECOMMENDATION #18:

Organizational structure: Who’s on first?

APPROXIMATE COST:

Staff time

FUNDING SOURCE:

N/A

RESPONSIBILITY:

County staff

TIMELINE:

Fall 2002/Winter 2003 

DESCRIPTION:

The economic development organizational structure in Lake County can be confusing to the outsider. It is a loose-knit coalition of individuals and organizations overseeing projects and providing services to businesses. As part of unifying the Vision and agreeing upon an integrated plan for all of Lake County, the economic development duties and responsibilities of government, organizations and boards should be clearer. There appears to be six main entities that may be involved in the funding and oversight of this strategy – County of Lake Economic Development Committee, Cities of Lakeport and Clearlake, Tourism Contractor, Economic Development Contractors (CDS & BORT). There are numerous other agencies that would be involved in the implementation. There are three keys to efficient and effective delivery of services and a successful plan from a coalition of service providers, focus, commitment, and collaboration.  Each entity participating in this plan for a sustainable and healthy future for Lake County should agree to these success factors:

• Maintain a focus to ensure the plan is carried out,

• Be committed to the vision and implementation strategy, and

Collaborate with partners to achieve common goals.

 ACTION:

Existing groups should not be abandoned. Each of the cities have their own economic development committees with which they need to work and become a part of this overall vision. Existing committee and organizational structure should be kept in place and enhanced with visionary leaders. Contractors implementing these plans should keep their programs focused on the goals and objectives.  A recommended organizational structure is included in the Supporting Documentation section of this plan.

Support agencies:

• R&R Assoc.

• Chambers of Commerce

• Bus. Merchant Associations

• Main Street

• Tribal groups

• Art Councils

• Wine Commission

• Audubon Society

• BLM Forestry

• State Parks & Recreation

• Visitor Information Center

1. Expand the team to include city managers of Lakeport and Clearlake

2. Meet monthly to ensure work program milestones are being met and to provide updates on the recruitment process, and new tools being developed.

3. Meet quarterly with Support Agencies to review milestones and collaborative work activities.

4. Contractor meets quarterly with Economic Development team.

5. Contractor would continually work, hand in hand, with the Visitor Information Center with regards to publicity, tracking, distribution of marketing materials.

 

RECOMMENDATION #19: 

Create a “Spirit of Entrepreneurs” Program

RESPONSIBILITY:

Recommend contracting with the County ED contractor who currently provides financial technical assistance to oversee designing a program. The ED contractor should work with a Business Coach such as Catalyst Group2 to design the program. Attend a Sirolli workshop to learn the foundations of the Enterprise Facilitation concept. Once the design is finalized, coordinate and pilot test with the City of Lakeport’s business retention program which will be implemented late summer-early fall 2002. Create the program to derive as much publicity, awareness and success so the County becomes known for the unique spirit and service. Sirolli Institute Information is contained in the Examples 2Catalyst Group, Barbara Potts.

 

 

Who is Sirolli and what is the Enterprise Facilitation concept?

 

 

CENTER FOR RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP: 

http://www.ruraleship.org/index_html?page=content/California.htm

Enterprise Facilitation® is a program that transforms individual passion and citizenship into rewarding and sustainable local enterprisesThe Sirolli Institute International is a 501C3 training organization dedicated to teaching civic leaders how to establish and maintain Enterprise Facilitation projects.  The program is currently underway in Lake County, and in the City of Riverbank in California.  Since 1985, thousands of new and expanding businesses resulting in thousands of new jobs have been started with the help of Enterprise Facilitators in dozens of communities in Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom.  Enterprise Facilitation has helped demonstrate that the provision of caring, competent, dedicated advice and support to entrepreneurs is as important as the development of physical infrastructures to the development of a stable and successful economy.

 

Core Partners:

The following core partners provide significant long-term institutional support for the Center's work:

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City, Missouri

                        Partner Ewing Kauffman Foundation:

                        World Federation of the UNAs (WFUNA) http://www.wfuna.org/ 

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LEARNING POINTS TO THE PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE HELD IN NEWCASTLE 1-5 JUNE 1997 RR 5606 http://archived.ccc.govt.nz/council/proceedings/1997/july/strategyresources.asp

 

INTRODUCTION

The conference was designed to build on the June 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) and the 1996 United Nations Habitat II Conference held in Istanbul. The focus was on moving the pattern of human settlements to a more sustainable future, and the emphasis was clearly placed on the role of local government in this and achieving the objectives of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is the agenda for the 21st century drawn up at the UNCED Conference.

 

[Item] 10. Avoiding the Growth versus Environment Conflict

In a highly entertaining and very enjoyable presentation Ernesto Sirolli who is Enterprise Facilitator of the Sirolli Institute in Bozeman USA, drew on his current work, his earlier work experience in Australia and his Italian culture to make a strong case for the importance of fostering and developing entrepreneurship in moving towards sustainability. His central thesis was the simple and obvious one that sustainability requires the development of eco industries and who is going to develop these industries except well motivated entrepreneurs, and they need to be cultured. He was very strong on the role of small business

 

 

So Ernesto Sirolli and the Sirolli Institute travel around the world installing Chapter 30 of Agenda 21 regarding the economy and entrepreneurship. “Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom.”

 

Remember Konocti Facilitation? Agenda 21!

 

Under Leadership of MMA (Middletown Merchant’s Association) members trained by Sirolli, MMA changes its bylaws and becomes MABA (Middletown Area Business Alliance) no longer just serving Middletown and I believe now is under the umbrella of the Lake County Chamber whose parent is an NGO (non-governmental organization) supporting Agenda 21.

 

 

The best I could find was it took Agenda 21 Sustainable Development about 10 years to raise its ugly head in Lake County, CA.

 

The reason for the creation of MATH (Middletown Area Town Hall), a sanctioned advisory board designated by the Lake County Board of Supervisors, was VOM (Voice of Middletown). VOM would have formed a 501c3 filled with like minded people without the over site of any elected body or rules governing elected bodies and would have the ear of all agencies regarding issues facing Middletown.

 

 

This letter to the editor was authored by John Peschon and David Neft, co-founders of the recently created Voice of Middletown (VOM) and endorsed by most of the founding members and many non-member residents. The objective of the VOM is to facilitate the interaction of the residents of Middletown with county and state governments in the areas of community planning, management, and stewardship. It is modeled after the successful Forestville Planning Association of Sonoma County.

 

Editor,

 

Many of us moved with our families from the Bay Area to Middletown in the 1970s to enjoy the scenery, the oak trees, vineyards, mountains, and the small town congeniality. We noticed the aesthetic shortcomings, such as junk piles here and there, but assumed that these kinds of problems would be eventually corrected once Middletown had been discovered by people who wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area and the Central Valley to begin their golden years or raise a family. This hypothesis turned out to be incorrect, although major improvements have taken place. The

streets themselves are clean, and the county gave us the wonderful 104-acre park off Dry Creek Road.

 

Our members frequently have visitors from various Bay Area communities. Their reactions are often "What a shame," and "You are shooting yourselves in the foot economically and employment-wise

because quality employers, entrepreneurs and innovators are not likely to give you a chance until these unacceptable violations (like this junkyard on Main Street) have been eliminated."

 

There are those who oppose code enforcement (as well as other judicial actions) because of their perceived negative impact upon our personal freedoms. Our answer is: not so. The gross violators generate a negative impact on the neighborhood and the community including the local economy, the changing demography, and the pride and satisfaction of those who were born in Middletown and stayed as well as those who moved here more recently.

 

The Press Democrat of Feb. 18 had an article about the "Dutton Plaza Transformation," and this first of its kind lawsuit by the city of Santa Rosa to force property owners to clean up a run-down commercial complex. The case was settled out of court by the owner. It may be that a similar judicial approach is needed to express the opinion of the vast majority of our community.

 

This letter to the editor was authored by John Peschon and David Neft, co-founders of the recently created Voice of Middletown (VOM) and endorsed by most of the founding members and many non-member residents. The objective of the VOM is to facilitate the interaction of the residents of Middletown with county and state governments in the areas of community planning, management, and stewardship. It is modeled after the successful Forestville Planning Association of Sonoma County.

John Peschon and David Neft

Middletown

 

 

 

Is it just a coincidence that the Sirolli Institute found its way to Lake County?

 

Is it just a coincidence that the Sirolli Institute instituted a pattern here that is checker boarded across this country?

 

Is it just a coincidence that the Sirolli Institute’s pattern runs parallel to the economic visions of United Nations Agenda 21?

 

Is it just a coincidence that Ernesto Sirolli, founder of the Sirolli Institute, has been the keynote speaker at events that advocate the institution of Agenda 21?

 

Is it just a coincidence that folks who subscribe to Sirolli’s theories sit on the Board of Directors of the Middletown Luncheon Club?

 

Is it just a coincidence that folks who subscribe to Sirolli’s theories sit on the Board of Directors of the Middletown Merchants Association?

 

Is it just a coincidence that Joan Riback, who addressed the Luncheon Club about forming the Voice of Middletown to mirror the Forestville Planning Association, also sits on the Board of Directors of Seaflow and that their website advocates implementation of Agenda 21.

 

Is it just a coincidence that a realtor who worked out of a certain realty office in Middletown was a subscriber to the Sirolli theories and now the owner of that realty office is advocating patterning Middletown after Forestville?

 

Is it just a coincidence that the ITU (International Telecommunications Union), which is chartered by the United Nations to provide global administration of international telecommunications matters under the guidance of Agenda 21, in 2004, approved Sector Membership for the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) which oversees the SSIT (Society on Social Implications of Technology) who then had as a member of the Board of Governors one of the founders of the VOM (Voice of Middletown)?

 

Is it just a coincidence that South Lake County has a Fire Safe Council?

 

Is it just a coincidence that we have the Upper Putah Creek Stewardship Council?

 

Is it just a coincidence that the promoters of the VOM warned adamantly against incorporation?

 

Is it just a coincidence that incorporation requires a vote of all the people who will be affected?

 

Is it just a coincidence that no vote of the people was needed to form the VOM?

 

Is it just a coincidence that no vote of the people was required to form the Fire Safe Council?

 

Is it just a coincidence that no vote of the people was required to form the Upper Putah Creek Stewardship Council?

 

Is it just a coincidence that that the VOM would not state that living in the area was a prerequisite for serving on the council of the VOM?

 

 

The worst thing about “Agenda 21” is they are implementing it in an un-American way because it is anti- American.  They (the powers who rule the world) know if we the people were asked to vote on it and ratify it by each state, it would never pass.

 

· They are all guilty.  This is not about being a Democrat or a Republican it’s about being an American.  Every elected official who is sneaking this past the citizens of this country is not worthy of calling themselves an American.

 

· There is no middle road here.  You either support implementing Agenda 21 or you oppose implementing Agenda 21.  Which flag is your flag?

 

                                                             AGENDA 21                                                               FREEDOM 21

un-flag             us_flag

 

 

Agenda 21 moves forward leaving Americans in shock and a Congress screaming this would not stand as “property rights” are the basis of our freedom.

 

 

"WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court on Thursday [June 23, 2005] ruled that local governments may seize people's homes and businesses - even against their will - for private economic development.


At issue was the scope of the Fifth Amendment, which allows governments to take private property through eminent domain if the land is for "public use."

The 5-4 ruling represented a defeat for some Connecticut residents whose homes are slated for destruction to make room for an office complex. They argued that cities have no right to take their land except for projects with a clear public use, such as roads or schools, or to revitalize blighted areas.

 

 

Of course nothing happened. Congress did nothing to protect private property rights as private property rights cannot stand under Agenda 21 Sustainable Development.

 

    

Agenda 21 Exposed in Lake County, CA

 

redpill blue pill-50.png Agenda 21

WHAT CAUSED THE VALLEY FIRE TO BE THE 3RD MOST DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN CALIFORNIA HISTORY?

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngWhy you can’t trust anyone

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SUPPORTS UN AGENDA 21 THE ANTI-AMERICAN BLUEPRINT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngMillions expose Agenda 21 as a conspiracy to destroy the USA

RNC RESOLUTION EXPOSING UNITED NATIONS AGENDA 21

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngThe Round Table

THE TRUTH – WHO RUNS THE WORLD.

 

redpill blue pill-50.png1992

THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD OF THE 102ND CONGRESS DISCUSSING AGENDA 21 AND CLIMATE CHANGE

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngHow Agenda 21 became National policy

H.CON.RES.353 -- EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE UNITED STATES SHOULD ASSUME A STRONG LEADERSHIP ROLE IN IMPLEMENTING THE DECISIONS MADE AT THE EARTH SUMMIT BY DEVELOPING A NATIONAL STRATEGY

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngCal-trans and Agenda 21

IS AGENDA 21 IN LAKE COUNTY, CA CONNECTING THE DOTS

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngRegional Planning

FROM AGENDA 21 TO LAKE COUNTY, CA SPECIFICALLY TO LAKE COUNTY REGIONAL BLUE PRINT PLAN

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngTransition Network

TRANSITION LAKE COUNTY

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngICLEI

THE 130 ANTI-AMERICAN CITIES AND COUNTIES OF CALIFORNIA

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngSierra Club, BRBNA, Cache Creek Wilderness

THE WILDLANDS PROJECT AND HOW IT IMPACTS OUR HOME

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngWhat’s a soviet

SOVIET SYSTEM OF GOVERNANCE

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngIt’s not communism, it’s not capitalism

COMMUNITARIANISM - IT IS A STRANGE MIXTURE OF CAPITALISM AND COMMUNISM.

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngThere is more than one kind of terrorism

ENVIRONMENTAL TERRORISM ANGORA FIRE - VALLEY FIRE

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngYour Children Are Being Taught To Think Differently Than The Typical American Way

UNESCO, COMMON CORE, AGENDA 21, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, YOUR CHILDREN AND YOU

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngWhy Would Anyone, Who Is Not An Atheist, Believe God Would Allow Us To Destroy What He Has Created For Us?

HOW I ARRIVED AT MY OPINION THAT CLIMATE CHANGE IS A MYTH

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngGeorge Soros is an Evil Man who is connected to Agenda 21

WHO IS GEORGE SOROS

 

redpill blue pill-50.png1997

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF AGENDA 21 REPORT CARD PREPARED BY THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngCopy of Complete Original Document

UNCSD IMPLEMENTATION OF AGENDA 21 REPORT ON THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngIn other words, our own Government sold our personal and property rights down the river and undermined our governing documents in favor of Agenda 21.

NICRSC NORTHERN INNER COAST RANGE STATE CONSERVANCY IS AGENDA 21

 

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngRewilding is a plan using a network of wildland promoters to establish corridors running north and south to be free of humans for animal migration

REWILDING OF NORTH AMERICA, THE WILDLANDS NETWORK AND CALIFORNIA STATE CONSERVANCIES ARE AGENDA 21

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngThis video looks toward the future 100 years after the Rio accords and Agenda 21. Be sure to have your sound on.

RIO + 100

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngHow and who betrayed the United States of America

THE BETRAYAL OF AMERICA

 

redpill blue pill-50.pngThis video looks at current main stream religions and asks if environmentalism should be classified as a religion. It also presents Pope Benedict XVI’s beliefs and looks at the question of his early departure from his reign as Pope and questions if it had to do with how he viewed the environmental movement and climate change.

SHOULD ENVIRONMENTALISM BE CLASSIFIED AS A RELIGION?

 

 

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