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UN Agenda 21 aims to re-socialize the populace to be obedient

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To The Daily Sun,

United Nations Agenda 21 calls for developed nations to decrease energy usage. It aims to control the West, especially the United States, economically and politically.

Another interpretation of Agenda 21 would be, "from each according to their ability, to each according to their need," as stated by Karl Marx.

For UN Agenda 21 to work you must first break down the traditional methods of learning. Education is the flash point for embedding UN Agenda 21 acceptance in all sectors of the population.

Standardized propaganda is developed for pre-kindergarten to postgraduate school; this is what is meant by "Life Long Learning".

Re-socialize the populace to be obedient, dependent people who are constantly being propagandized and hence they will provide the "human capital" to fully implement UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
Regardless of the content of this nationalized and internationalized system of behavioral modification, the goal and outcome will be to fundamentally destroy the individual's rights.

Parents, educators, students and citizens who object to students being indoctrinated at school in the leftist environmentalism and sustainability will surely be reminded that this document "Executive Order 13423 of January 24, 2007" was signed by President George Bush, which makes me question if this definitive federal takeover of education that Common Core represents is the right direction for America?

As Ronald Reagan said in 1964, "outside of its legitimate functions, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector of the economy."

George Dengel

Hebron