What you need to know about the UN Agenda 21 plan in New Zealand

The vast majority of New Zealanders and the world in general are so distracted by day to day busy-ness, reality television and sports that most are oblivious to the socialism creeping in at the local level through Agenda 21.

Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation of all human society, unlike anything the world has ever experienced a major shift in the priorities of both governments and individuals and an unprecedented redeployment of human and financial resources.

This shift will demand that a concern for the environmental consequences of every human action be integrated into individual and collective decision-making at every level.”

– excerpt, UN Agenda 21

New Zealanders need to know that although the information presented and documents revealed are mostly originating from the United States, this is a GLOBAL plan that is already starting to be implemented here in NZ. Hamilton City has been chosen as an experimental model city for the Agenda 21 program. RushFM.com

New Zealand is officially an Agenda 21 “country”, and also evidenced by the random push towards national cycle ways which in fact make sense under the requirements of Agenda 21 in moving people away from using cars.

For an excellent and relatively brief overview of the impacts of Agenda 21 for you and some key signs of it’s implementation that you will recognise yourself once you are aware of them – listen to this interivew with Rosa Koire who is an international expert on Agenda 21.



7 thoughts on “What you need to know about the UN Agenda 21 plan in New Zealand”

  1. Hi Pam – can’t access Rosa’s video – still can’t email you on a personal email – won’t work.

    Keep up the good work – it is great.



  2. I live in the United States. I am sad that much of our world is hurt by people in the U.S. who have no idea how evil and anti-liberty this agenda 21 is. I still run into people who have never heard about it. I also have run into some who have, and think it is all about strenghtening the economy and the aesthetics of the city. Sigh.


    1. Thanks Relaxed Mormon Homeschool. Great to hear from you & sad yes but not personally your fault. We who point to your country know it is the tiny banking percentage that is controlling the evil. And yes, much ignorance on the topic for sure. Keep waking people up! It’s one at a time & awareness is growing.

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  3. I clicked on the link at the bottom and it is like a complete book. It is blog post after blog post in one contupinuous stream. I am here in Utah, U.S.A. going regularly to city council meetings and visioning meetings. One person at a time, I am informing others. Also, I very calmly ask questions which make it sound like I know absolutely nothing and which make it seem as if I do not know who Rosa Koire is, but which make the people in the room who are actually local, think about things and consider things.

    At the latest meeting, which was a meeting of a group of cities (a regional meeting), I used a pseudonym so they would not know where to find me and I told them I was from a completely different city. The people there were city planners, the mayor, and some city council members of different cities. Also in attendance were some NGO organization representatives and the Wasatch Front Regional Council, of course, a group run by ICLEI and funded by the RDA and NGO’s.

    Here are some questions I asked at some of the meetings and at city council meetings for the regular citizens like me in attendance, to hear.

    1) What city do YOU live in? (because the facilitators do not mention that to the people).

    2) Where is the building you work from located and what is the name of the organization that employs you?

    3) Is this paid for by our taxes?

    4) I noticed that the grant the Wasatch Front Regional Council is for $75,000. How much would that building on the screen cost a city?

    5) What does “multiuse” mean?

    6) I like the bus system. It’s great. I rode the bus. What are the plans for the bus system (asked of the bus system representative in front of a few others during the adult coloring activity)? Where are the bus hubs? What are we going to do in that area?

    (Some of these, like this one, get really smart people answering, but this does not help the WFRC facilitators. I had a man start telling the whole room how much a building like that costs. Then someone else (also clueless about agenda 21) asked, “Will that increase costs? How will that not raise taxes?” Then lots of people started to get a bit disturbed and mumble. The facilitator said we had to “move on,” because they had “a lot to cover.” At least people went home thinking about it. That’s a start!

    At this latest meeting, there was a lot about happiness. I have read “Education 2030 Incheon Declaration,” which is the education part of the implementation of Agenda 21 worldwide. Because of this, the happiness levels of citizens being in a meeting about Regional Infrastructure was not shocking to me. However, I wanted people in the room to think, so I wish I had asked this question aloud, but I only asked the facilitator sitting next to ne in the back:

    “What do happiness levels have to do with transportation? I thought this meeting was about buildings and roads.”

    So she explained it in a whisper. She said something about how happiness is so important.

    (It is, indeed. The global power-holders would not want a revolution, now, would they?)

    I whispered an innocent, “Oh, I see.”

    I kept asking her questions even though they were not out loud for the whole room to hear. They were not informative to me. They did serve the purpose of making me look innocent and naïve to her. Also, people started looking my way, and my innocent questions were in a whisper loud enough that at least a few peope could actually hear my questions. This, so I could make some of the people think about it in a different light without disrupting the meeting officially.


    1. Thanks re the link … yes this is a prob with this site. It is an excellent site but hard to link to because of this. I will try and find a way around it.
      And thanks for your feedback. Good for you. So glad to hear a proactive person going for it. It’s a topic that seems hard to wake people on. Keep in touch 🙂

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