“History is crystallised Politics, not disconnected episodes. Where it is possible to identify a continuous organisation, it is safe to postulate a continuous policy, and as every policy besides having a philosophy, has an appropriate mechanism, or form of organisation . . . ” C. H. Douglas, The Big Idea, 1941 (quote extracted from an essay by this writer titled, The Trinity: Philosophy, Policy and Mechanism)
All policy debates today are continuations of politics crystallized in history. By studying the mechanisms (systems) developed to implement the political thinking, it’s possible to discern the philosophy – the conceptual framework within which the thinkers were working. A simple scan of the news reveals that what is happening to the United States is a social and economic break down as the implementers of the systems attempt to impose a communist (collectivist) system dubbed Sustainable Development on the people of the United States. It’s been a slow-rolling, incremental demolition of the governments (all levels) of the people of the United States replacing them with systems of Governance.
Scholars have already coined a name for this phenomenon: “Governance,” it’s called, or governing without government, or as a supplement to government, through “self-organizing, interorganized networks,” which are “characterized by mutual trust and adjustment,” and which “complement markets and hierarchies.” It’s not coercive, or top-down, or in the hands of hidden agendas. On the other hand, you can’t just call it a bottoms-up approach, because although no one is excluded from taking part, it’s as much a sideways and a diagonal approach as it is anything else. It’s–governance. In America’s metropolitan areas, self-organizing action partnerships have been tackling the toughest questions they can find, including economic cluster strategies, workforce development, sustainable development, citizen empowerment, and ecosystem management. The partnerships have had their problems, as Julia Parzen acknowledges: They are still at a tender stage, identifying opportunities, finding a common language (you have to recognize your own biases and prejudices before you can park them at the door). So far they have successfully been “reinventing planning processes, engaging citizens, and developing thoughtful strategies which have relatively broad support.” But they “have not yet mobilized substantial resources,” and, as of today, “most have not had much impact on core issues like sprawl.” ~ Center for Neighborhood Technology, Chicago, IL. (President’s Council on Sustainable Development) Outlining the New Metropolitan Initiative by Tony Hiss
From 1919 when the League of Nations was established to 1945 when the United Nations was established to today when the United Nations organizations are attempting to impose an amalgamated value system on the people of the United States and the world, the policy objective has been world government under a system of fascist leadership imposing a system of communist collectivism contrary to the U.S. Constitution. There has never been a vote of the people to turn our representatives into proxies for world government.
H. CON. RES 353– Develop a strategy to implement Agenda 21
102nd Congress, introduced August 5, 1992, Nancy Pelosi
Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should assume a strong leadership role in implementing the decisions made at the Earth Summit by developing a national strategy to implement Agenda 21 and other Earth Summit agreements through domestic policy and foreign policy, by cooperating with all countries to identify and initiate further agreements to protect the global environment, and by supporting and participating in a high-level United Nations Sustainable Development Commission.
That is a statement of policy. Legislation that defines mechanisms (systems) implements policy. She was using her position as a representative in the U.S. Congress as a proxy for world government. Senator Paul Simon (D-IL) followed suit in 1993.
103rd Congress, introduced 5/24/1993, Paul Simon
Urges the President to develop and implement a coordinated economic and development policy of action designed to promote broadbased, sustainable development.
The policy development began when President Bill Clinton established the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD) in 1993. The Council worked from 1993 to 1999 when the final report was produced. Implementation of the initiatives were occurring simultaneously over the entire timeframe.
The members of the council can be put in three categories – Environmentalists, Business and Government – but all in the category of government were appointees. There were no elected representatives on the Council. Note in particular, the membership of Tim Wirth. Tim Wirth was an appointee to the U.S. State Department assigned to the newly created position of Administrator of Global Affairs – a newly created department and position.
The President’s Council on Sustainable Development and the task forces and actions of those task forces were the embodiment of associated tyranny – unleashed. This organizational structure is not in alignment with the American form of government as defined by the US and State Constitutions.
All of the task force initial reports were found only in html format except the report on Natural Resources. Because of the inconvenience of html reports, the report text was copied to word documents and converted to pdf format.
Energy and Transportation, 1996
Population and Consumption, 1996
Public Linkage Dialogue Education, 1997
Sustainable Agriculture, 1996
Sustainable Communities, 1997
Natural Resources, 1999
Conversion to Governance - Corporatism - Communism
1) Innovative Local, State, and Regional Approaches;
2) New National Opportunities; and
3) International Leadership.
Climate Change Task Force
Environmental Management Task Force
International Task Force (* Multilateral Agreement on Investment, Global Network – CSD), note Iceland, Honduras)
Metropolitan & Rural Strategies Task Force– built on PCSD work published in Chapter 4, Sustainable America (March 1996), Building on Consensus (January 1997) and Sustainable Communities Task Force Report (1997)
The Road to Sustainable Development: A Snapshot of Activities in the United States, March 1997 html
Eco-Industrial Park Workshop, February 1997, html
Proceedings of the Workshop on Extended Product Responsibility, February 1997, html
Lessons Learned from Collaborative Approaches, April 1997, html, Final Draft, New National Opportunities Task Force
Cover letter to the President, May 5, 1999 presenting the report, Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century
Final Report, Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century, May 5, 1999 pdf format
Fact Sheet (html) Towards a Sustainable America: Advancing Prosperity, Opportunity, and a Healthy Environment for the 21st Century Final Report of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development
When you hear the term, self-government, you probably think of our electoral system and the process of electing men and women to represent us in the country’s law-making bodies but there is another definition that was introduced in the 1930s during the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The idea was for unions to set business rules. The concept was struck down by the Supreme Court. When Clinton and Gore came into office, they returned to FDR’s concept of self-government – releasing corporations to be “self-governing” in partnership with universities with a facade of government overseeing the organizational structure. This is why the pharmaceutical companies are so out of control.
The Metrocrats, Jo Hindman
Agenda 21 Implementation Plan
S.1856, Peace, Prosperity and Democracy Act of 1994, 103rd Congress
Pirates, Ports and Treason – Arizona and Honduras