As many listeners know, the United Nations Agenda for the 21st Century is a global plan that has manifested into local government and regions of the United States and North America. This is under the guise of environmentalism but also as many have researched through the technology of weather warfare – disaster capitalism. The use of buzzwords are important for this agenda. Smart. Livable. Walkable. Vibrant. Bikeable. Consensus. Progressive. Community. Diversity. Carbon Footprint. Vision. Green. Stakeholders. Regional Sustainable. UN Agenda 21 would implement multi- layered restrictions such as limited access to electricity and transportation, imposing unsustainable tax rates, and arbitrarily seizing private property for personal gain. Across the country, individuals are losing their rights to private property, land and water as cities are re-planned for high density, urban development and smart growth.
We look at how ICLEI has systematically invaded the Fort Collins area of Colorado through the traumatic yet courageous story of investigative journalist Stacy Lynne. For four years Stacy Lynne alerted her community about ICLEI, International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives – revealing how large amounts of tax payer money is being spent annually. She saved 300 local jobs, scores of private businesses by bringing awareness to ICLEI policies that were to be mainly voted on in secret. New York City has the same sustainability plan as Fort Collins By exposing the money trail, plus being successful in saving jobs and private businesses, she was retaliated against. Those people who retaliated were then exposed for their Agenda 21 business connections. It gets worse, Stacy’s son was taken from her in what has been described as a complete miscarriage of justice. Guest – Stacy Lynne, investigative journalist who has exposed massive corruption relating to UN Agenda 21 and ICLEI in Ft. Collins, Colorado. Stacy Lynne’s supporters have set up a legal relief fund and contributions may be sent to: The Benefit of Stacy Lynne P.O. Box 1211 Arvada, Co. 80001-1211