Texas Senate Bill 445, introduced by Texas State Senator Bob Hall, and a companion bill introduced by State Rep. Molly White, would ban implementation of Agenda 21 with Texas state boundaries. SB 445 reads in part:
“A governmental entity may not enter into an agreement or contract with, accept money from, or grant money or other financial aid to a nongovernmental or intergovernmental organization accredited by the United Nations to implement a policy that originated in the Agenda 21 plan adopted by members of the United Nations at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in June 1992.”
The United States officially embraced Agenda 21 when President George H.W. Bush signed on to a treaty with 177 other countries at a U.N. meeting called the “Earth Summit” in Rio De Janiero, Brazil.
Alabama first put forth a ban on Agenda 21 in the summer of 2012 with Senate Bill 447 which states:
“The State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to ‘Agenda 21,’ ” the law states, adding a brief background on the UN plan hatched at the 1992 “Earth Summit” in Rio de Janeiro.
Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said at the 20th anniversary of Agenda 21’s creation held in Palo Alto, California called it “the rarest of opportunities to truly change the world” at the expense of individual liberty, telling us how to work, where to live, what power we can use, what cars we can drive, etc. …