Dr. Dan Eichenbaum condemns sustainable development
The elimination of private property ownership in all forms is the cornerstone of Marxism and its plan for a one-world collectivist tyranny. Socialism, Communism, and the Marxist agenda are not dead. They did not disappear 20 years ago when the Berlin Wall fell and the Soviet Union disintegrated. Instead, Marxists realized that they could defeat us from the inside by destroying our moral integrity, the family unit, and using the environmental movement to destroy our industrial base.
We've heard these arguments before from the mouths of those who claim to act for the benefit of mankind out of selfless disregard for their own well-being. They say, "It's for your own good," or "It's for the collective good." They are so smart and know so much that they believe we should be grateful for the opportunity to allow them to control our lives. Meanwhile, they are personally exempt from the rules. Their "Do as I say, not as I do" mentality and attitude characterizes the elitist ideology.
Agenda 21 is the weapon Marxists have chosen to create a socialist, redistributive society. Under the guise of “sustainability”, America would lose her sovereignty to a one-world government run by self-appointed elitists, shielded by the banner of the United Nations. Confiscation of private property would force all human beings to live in prison-like high-rise cubicles in “smart” urban zones. All aspects of our lives would be closely monitored and strictly regimented.
Agenda 21 is, therefore, the single greatest threat to our individual freedom.
When the stark choice of slavery or freedom presented itself to Patrick Henry, his proclamation, “Give me liberty or give me death,” served as the rallying cry for American patriots.
I, for one, cannot and will not accept continued loss of personal freedom and further restrictions of my rights while the Constitution is ignored.
I have signed the Resolution below Exposing United Nations Agenda 21 and urge the Republican National Committee to to the same. I also challenge all public officials and candidates for public office to join me in condemning sustainable development.
On these matters of principle, compromise is not an option.
Trust in Freedom,
Dr Dan Eichenbaum