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Missouri Legislature Bans UN Agenda 21

With a veto-proof majority, the Missouri legislature approved a popular bill protecting private property and due process rights by banning a deeply controversial United Nations “sustainability” scheme known as UN Agenda 21. The legislation, SB 265, now heads to Democrat Governor Jay Nixon, who has not yet taken a public position on the issue.

The effort to ban Agenda 21 in Missouri, widely celebrated by activists from across the political spectrum, comes in the wake of similar moves to stop the UN plan across America. In Alabama, for example, lawmakers in both houses unanimously approved a law last year prohibiting the international “sustainable development” agenda within the state. Numerous other states are working to do the same, and multiple legislatures have adopted strongly worded resolutions blasting the program.


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if/when they cut all funding to this beast

they will see how huge and gluttonous it is. There is a point of no return with them (or the illusion of that anyway) when they gain control over filling the basic needs for 'civil' survival. They've been anticipating every need and supplying the services before anyone else knows there is a need... pushing out any free market competition using the power of their 'partnerships' with governments; creating monopolies and dependency.