The United Nations’ Agenda 21 depopulation and eugenics program is being pursued by governments at all levels in Ontario in the name of “Sustainable Development.”
The City of Toronto is ground zero for the implementation of Agenda 21 – which is marketed as “Sustainable Development.”
Need more proof? In 1996 the ICLEI Local Agenda 21 Initiative, City Hall, Toronto; in conjunction with; The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Ottawa (A Canadian Crown Corporation); and, UNEP Department of Information and Public Affairs, Nairobi, Kenya, published:
The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide - An Introduction to Sustainable Development
Or, you can go to the federal government’s website and search Agenda 21 and you will find chapter and verse with respect to its implementation in Canada.
So, let’s get over the “conspiracy theory” label. Agenda 21 – now Agenda 2030 – exists and has been implemented in Ontario for over 20 years.
What is Agenda 21?
Agenda 21 is a global, top down, authoritarian, collectivist ideology, masquerading as a grassroots, environmental movement.
The objectives of Agenda 21 can be divided into three broad categories:
- Replace individual common-law/natural rights with a communitarian system of “human rights”
- Depopulate rural lands
- Impose high-density development/destabilize neighbourhoods
- Restrict mobility
- Censor dissent
- Advantage select “people” & “groups”
- Impose a surveillance-control (“smart”) grid
- Impose dangerous technologies/waste resources
- Restrict/ban useful technologies/substances
- Integrate the precautionary principle into all development decision-making processes, except... when it comes to human health & safety
- Restrict access to natural resources as a means to manufacture artificial scarcity
- De-industrialize the economies of western developed nations
- Replace simple, robust, inexpensive infrastructure, with complex,
- Transfer wealth from the productive class to the corporatocracy
- Ration the basic necessities of life (i.e., land, water, energy, food,
- Drastically reduce overall consumption
- Replace elected, representative forms of government with a scientific technocracy administered by unelected, appointed “experts” to micromanage every aspect of life
- Centralize governance
- Eliminate national sovereignty
The two overarching goals of Agenda 21 are to destroy human agency/free will and
impose a eugenics program on western developed nations.
The Green Energy Act (GEA) is the most obvious manifestation of the implementation of Agenda 21 in Ontario. The primary goals and objectives of the GEA are to inflict energy poverty on rural folks and make rural folks sick as a means to de-populate rural Ontario and also to siphon money from ratepayers to parasitic, crony-coporatists. There is nothing “green” about industrial wind turbines, or, even for that matter, solar panels.
What is not being reported in the mainstream media is the role of Ontario’s land use planning legislative and regulatory framework, beyond the GEA, in the implementation of Agenda 21 in Ontario.
It began with the demonization of the acquisition and use of private property by the working class. It took generations to finally accomplish this objective, but today the "immorality" of “sprawl” has a strong foothold in people’s consciousness. The indoctrination is so deep that the few people who question growth management – restrictive land use planning policies designed to solve the “problem” of “sprawl” – are often confronted by a somewhat bewildering emotional response – which is indicative not of an opinion reached through the logical examination of facts and evidence, but rather indicates that the “sprawl is immoral” concept has been deeply implanted in people’s minds through neuro-linguistic programming.
For example, ask yourself, what is the definition of “sprawl?” The industry joke is that “sprawl is the guy who moves in 6 months after you did,” which exposes the hypocrisy of the people living in single family dwellings who also decry “sprawl.”
A more accurate definition is:
Sprawl - a pejorative term coined by the elite to describe the acquisition and use of private property by the working class.
Ontario. A big f*cking province. No shortage of land.
It is also no coincidence that the elitist social engineers’ solution to EVERY land use “problem” is exactly the same:
1. Problem: House poor people?
Solution: High-density development (i.e., Regent Park)
2. Problem: House young, urban professionals?
Solution: High-density development. (i.e., St. James Town)
3. Problem: Protect the environment?
Solution: High-density development.
In the first two examples, Toronto residents rightly protested the imposition of high-density development, as residents understood that it destabilizes neighbourhoods, and it was halted.
So what are the results of the imposition of growth management and all the related “Sustainable Development” policies in Ontario, including massive taxes on housing (development charges, municipal land transfer taxes, HST), changes to the building code, etc.?
- The creation of an artificial shortage of developable land leading to a shortage of single-family dwellings
- Exorbitant house prices leading to housing poverty/debt slavery
- De-industrialization of western developed nations leading to lower wages
- Reduction in family size
For example, I know of two young, professional couples who got married, recently bought single-family dwellings and want to start families, but are in so much debt they cannot take ANY time off of work to have a baby, forget 2 or 3 babies.
And don’t think that buying a condo is the answer. The Condominium Act is structured to make you a debt slave as well. Condo fees never go down and never end. By the time you wrestle your mortgage debt into submission, your condo fee is scheduled to skyrocket. Condos are also a means to destroy human agency and limit your ability to accumulate wealth. Not so very long ago, working class couples/families in Ontario could afford to buy and maintain a single-family home on one salary and they could fix it up themselves. Condos don’t work that way. Need a new roof? Well, if you live in a condo, you are restricted from saving money by doing it yourself or with the help of your friends on the weekend. So, overtime, people have lost those skills and the opportunity to use sweat equity to improve their lives and accumulate wealth.
Lastly, to those that insist on maintaining that “Sustainable Development” is necessary to “save the environment,” I say bollocks. I have yet to see one “Sustainable Development” policy that has achieved its stated objective and plenty that are massive failures. For example, how does forcing the use of CFLs protect the environment, i.e., since when did filling up landfills with mercury protect the environment?
As for cities in general and the City of Toronto, below are four concrete “sustainable development” policy fails:
- The imposition of high-density development - and all the concrete that entails – has caused more frequent and more severe floods;
- The imposition of high density development concentrates pollution and stresses the local environment;
- The imposition of smart meters that emit radio frequency/microwave electromagnetic frequencies, which rip up DNA; and,
- The mandatory use of grey water for outdoor watering of condo landscapes, which salts the earth and kills the plants.
“Sustainable development” is not about protecting the environment, it’s about controlling the population and planning for poverty. The current fuss over identity politics is merely a distraction to hide the hideousness of what the elite boomers (the "me" generation) in the governing class have done to your generation.
And it’s only going to get worse.
See: Crombie Advisory Panel Report: Recommendations Include Growing The Greenbelt And Tighter Controls On Settlement Area Expansion