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Agenda 21: An Expose of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Initiative and the Forfeiture of American Sovereignty and Liberties Kindle Edition

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This book is superb. There are actual multiplied hundreds of millions, even billions of people on this Earth who 1) believe the UN to be benign (big mistake) or 2) believe radical environmentalism is benign or 3) have absolutely no concept or awareness of the very existence of Agenda 21 or 4) marginalize anyone who IS aware and who might sound an alarm about this plot.

This book will encourage thinkers and enrage mere followers. I am not new to this topic and I found the highly targeted observations of author Ron Taylor to be at once enlightening, riveting and chilling. His frequent use of quotes by thinkers both celebrated and obscure, past and present, coupled with his dry wit make this a fascinating read.

The one "weakness," for lack of a better word, is that Mr. Taylor's writing is so comfortable that a reader may be lulled into thinking it's grist for a novel. While the topic undoubtedly COULD be such, this book most certainly is not.

Very well-written. Very well-researched.

This should be on a required reading list for bubble-headed elementary and high school bunny huggers and should be required also for all college/university stoonts who might warrant being referred to as "students" had they actually studied a topic as vital as this.

Kudos and "hoorah" to Ron Taylor!

Reviewed by: arationalaversion

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Agenda 21 is about the United Nations' goal to constrain economic activity in developed nations and fundamentally change the way we live. Consider UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's recent statement: "We aspire to nothing less than a global movement for generational change."

Also, based on recent (August 2014) comments by President Obama, a U.N. climate change treaty may be enacted without Congressional approval by claiming the new climate change treaty is simply an update to the existing treaty; and therefore not subject to review by the Legislative Branch.

As in Obamacare, the Administration is playing games with the legislative process in order to ram an unpopular initiative down the public's throat.

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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By arationalaversion, aka ara on June 11, 2011
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This book is superb. There are actual multiplied hundreds of millions, even billions of people on this Earth who 1) believe the UN to be benign (big mistake) or 2) believe radical environmentalism is benign or 3) have absolutely no concept or awareness of the very existence of Agenda 21 or 4) marginalize anyone who IS aware and who might sound an alarm about this plot.

This book will encourage thinkers and enrage mere followers. I am not new to this topic and I found the highly targeted observations of author Ron Taylor to be at once enlightening, riveting and chilling. His frequent use of quotes by thinkers both celebrated and obscure, past and present, coupled with his dry wit make this a fascinating read.

The one "weakness," for lack of a better word, is that Mr. Taylor's writing is so comfortable that a reader may be lulled into thinking it's grist for a novel. While the topic undoubtedly COULD be such, this book most certainly is not.

Very well-written. Very well-researched.

This should be on a required reading list for bubble-headed elementary and high school bunny huggers and should be required also for all college/university stoonts who might warrant being referred to as "students" had they actually studied a topic as vital as this.

Kudos and "hoorah" to Ron Taylor!
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By T. Fruge on November 10, 2011
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The old saying "Truth is stranger than fiction" really applies here; and in fact I would substitute the word SCARIER for "stranger" in this case.

Agenda 21 is no contrived "conspiracy theory": It is FACT, and a matter of public record at the U.N. Were it anything less, I wouldn't waste time commenting on it, much less recommending it so highly. I grew-up at a time where...at least in my community...children were taught to think critically, objectively, and carefully weigh all of the FACTS before forming an opinion. So little of that is apparent today that it's no wonder we have the incompetent crooks in power we have. But, I digress...

Shakespeare is famous for saying, "Me thinketh they protest too overmuch"; and so have my feelings become regarding the environmentalist movement of the past 20-30 years. Raised to respect, protect, and conserve the ecology; I have seen us go from a society where sane conservation has turned to insane, and even religiously fanatical worship of the environment. So much so, our nation's economic and social structure has been done great damage. I struggled for some time to understand how so many people could suffer such mass delusion concerning the real state of the planet when it finally dawned on me: There's much more afoot here than just "environmental" concerns. Given the irreparable damage it has done to our nation's industries, and the ever-increasingly onerous laws placed upon the average Citizen; it soon became apparent that under the banner of environmentalism, Marxist-socialism was able to carry out the very thing they could never have openly done otherwise: The utter collapse of American industry and commerce.

There's a mountain of evidence out there to prove this contention, and "Agenda 21" merely confirms it.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Mark Ledbetter on February 12, 2012
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Five stars because Agenda 21 is 1) well-written and intelligent, 2) well-researched and informative, 3) at a Kindle-appropriate price, and 4) advocates peaceful solutions.

Ron Taylor does a great job of showing how "mission creep" lets the tentacles of mega-government slither slowly and silently into all facets of our lives. His list of how the president could theoretically cite a national emergency to use Executive Orders already on the books to turn America into a dictatorship is eye-opening.

I am not one of those reviewers, however, who five-stars when I agree and one-stars when I don't. I five-star for quality, not agreement. In the case of Agenda 21, I have serious disagreements. In fact three.

The biggest is this. Agenda 21 warns America of the U.N.'s conspiracy to form a one-world government. Ok, fine. I can get behind that. But there's a problem. Mr. Taylor, distracted by the smaller threat, misses the larger one. Which is: Pax Americana, America As Globocop. We already have a de facto one-world government, but it's headquartered in D.C., not N.Y. In comparison to the worldwide web of US military bases, the U.N.'s little efforts are a puppet show which actually serve America's one-world agenda by providing a forum for unhappy countries to harmlessly vent their anger at global world domination.

Yes, I know. You can make a strong case (not that I do) for the need to have America police the world. What you canNOT do is make a constitutional case. I.e., you cannot make an American case. America can only police the world by giving up its Constitution and the American values embedded therein. America was intended to be, and once was, the light, not the sword, of freedom. Now it has picked up the sword to see the light dim year by year.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LadyPandi on January 25, 2013
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Let me first say that if you are looking for a brief explanation of "agenda 21", the author did gather it and "do his homework". (2 stars for that)
With that said, this 64 pages of information has a lot of personal opinion in it as opposed to unbiased fact.
There is nothing here you can not find on the internet for free. I borrowed this through prime, out of curiosity, and am truly glad I did not pay 2.99 for it. That is far too much for what this is.
Important information? It could very well be. But dollars to content: an expensive hour of unimpressive.
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