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UN Agenda 21: Battle San Francisco Bay



The United Nations, and especially its General Assembly, is chief instrument of globalism and international government today, and precursor of world government. (And zero population growth) The UN works against the sovereignty of nation-states.

The growing national scandals surrounding the Internal Revenue Service and Attorney General Eric Holder are bad enough. But they also distract the people from an even larger threat to their fundamental rights. That threat is UN Agenda 21. But two activists in San Francisco Bay are getting ready to file a landmark lawsuit. If they prevail, beleaguered property owners in other States will learn quickly what UN Agenda 21 is – and how to fight it.

What is UN Agenda 21?

UN Agenda 21 is the United Nations’ plan to abolish private property and gain complete control of the people of the world. Any dictator knows how hard total control of the people is to bring about. All that a freedom-loving person needs, is one place to flee to. If he can live independently of any government, and not rely on any one entity to supply his food, water, shelter, and so on, he can live free. So dictators can’t have wide-open spaces where people can support themselves (or worse yet, hunt and gather their own food).

UN Agenda 21 has two goals:

  1. Return vast tracts of rural land to the wild. They even plan to seal them off from any human entry.
  2. Jam all the people into a handful of dense super-cities. And in those cities, don’t allow them any practical independence at all. No car, no single-family house, no garden, nothing.

The United Nations calls this “sustainable development.” They spread the notion that our crowded planet cannot “sustain” human life unless all people work together to plan how to use the land. Except that they don’t mean to use the land. They mean to put the land off-limits to people, as much as they can.

Scott Strczelczyk and Richard Rothschild at The American Thinker explained, more than three and a half years ago, how UN Agenda 21 works. They took the example of Carroll County, Maryland. There, advocates for “smart growth” (another UN Agenda 21 buzz phrase) had a plan. Here are the lowlights. Ironically, it began with rezoning some farmland into office parks. But that’s not so ironical when you realize they didn’t want anybody growing their own food. They also messed with zoning adjustments to:

  • Stop farmers from subdividing their land if they ever had to sell.
  • Re-zone single-family housing land for apartments and condos.
  • Letting developers build small apartment buildings on vacant lots in single-family home neighborhoods.
  • Subsidies to help people move in, or, as they said, to “prettify” the neighborhood.
UN Agenda 21 becomes important to New Jersey

The flag of the United Nations. (Public domain as per UN policy.)

But of course it doesn’t stop there. Eventually the government comes knocking on the door of the best-looking house on the block and says, “Sorry, but we need to take your house away from you; it’s the perfect site for the Block Director’s home and office.” And what would a Block Director be? The Russian word was Upravdom. Does that give you a stronger hint?

Last year, of course, three big hints came about UN Agenda 21. And nearly everyone missed them.


The final plan is more extreme: to jam people into buildings that are not only high-density (“pack ’em, stack ’em”), but also mixed-use. That is, they have “approved” shops on the lower floors, and apartments above. They look like the classic dingbats of southern California. For that reason, CNAV gave them a new name: dingbat dorms.

San Francisco Bay: Bring it on!

But now a major legal battle will shape up, in a traditional liberal haven: San Francisco Bay.

Nine counties each have a piece of San Francisco Bay. But now comes a plan for all those counties to cede their authority to one regional government. They call it the “One Bay Area Plan.” It follows the UN Agenda 21 playbook exactly: take away all authority of counties, towns, and villages to decide for themselves how to use the land. Tell the people they just want to preserve the wide-open spaces and solve the traffic congestion problem. Never mind that a little private decision-making, even in road-building, would solve traffic congestion much faster. But that’s not the object of the game. The object of the game is to keep people away from San Francisco Bay, except as temporary visitors, subject to a whopping fee.

Michael Shaw has a plan of his own: to resist. He runs his own site, called Freedom Advocates, that he dedicates to exposing UN Agenda 21. (Last December he wrote this article setting out what “regionalism” was and why it is such a threat.)

A few years ago he sued Alameda County after they reneged on the permitting process for a storage lot he wanted to build. He won that case. Now he sent the Draft One Bay Area Plan to his lawyer. And here is what that lawyer said: that Draft Plan is unconstitutional, threatens property rights, and is something out of the old Soviet Union!


As soon as the One Bay Area people put that plan out to the public, Shaw and his partner, Rosa Koire, plan to sue. You can read more about their plans here.

The battle against UN Agenda 21 will therefore break out in San Francisco Bay. It’s a battle worth joining.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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