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This is a short but comprehensive analysis of the UN's controversial program established in 1992 as a "sustainable development plan" for the entire world, for the 21st century. Its main points are coincidental to the "Communist Manifesto", issued by Karl Marx in 1848. It includes the abolition of all private property, banning inheritances, reducing the population, and the transfer of all resources into the hands of UN bureaucrats.

The author analyzes every single section of the Agenda 21 Act, as published by UN, and quotes several foreign journalists that were present at the Rio de Janeiro summit, where some 96 heads of state approved the plan, hoping to obtain large amounts of money to implement it in their own countries, something that never materialized. It is apparent that the USA has been selected as the proving ground for this UN power grab.

The last four administrations embarked wholeheartedly on the path to subvert American sovereignty to the idea of total UN control, in order to establish the one-world, one-currency government, so dear to the authors of the Agenda 21 Act. This audiobook presents all the data that was made available for public consumption, quoting some foreign sources who agree that a great deal of material was not published by UN, as either too controversial or confidential.

One of the main goals, that of reducing the availability of consumer goods and energy "to save the planet", is analyzed from several angles.

Evidently, the aim of the Agenda 21 Act is to reduce the standard of living in all the industrialized nations, in revenge, or as a punishment for the colonial sins of the past. The author does not draw any conclusions as to the degree of harmfulness of the Agenda 21 Act, living the listener to come with his or her own evaluation.

©2014 Julian Chitta (P)2014 Julian Chitta

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Great source of additional information on Agenda 21

This book entails many aspects of agenda 21 that no one else is covering. The author Julian, takes you through Agenda 21 as if you have no prior knowledge of it (which is great since so little do). This is a thorough in depth look at the good and bass of agenda 21 as well as being well sourced. The author does not make claims that are not sourced with good information. If your a beginner to the study of Agenda 21 and its totalitarian paths than this is a great book to start with.

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Bombshell

This information should be common knowledge to everyone in the world and most particularly to everyone in the United States.

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Eye opener

The UN is not reported on as much as it should be. The names of influential people in this book have connected dots for me as to what is happening in our country now in 2019.

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Heading Optional but required?

It kept me interested and was very informative, however, I took a star away due to corrections. I do like that she added the last chapter to acknowledge it and the readers questions.

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Didn't want to miss a thing!

I read some one else's book prior to this and I was just so hungry for the information I just listened to! Thank You! Great job explaining everything in such detail! I am older than my gay partner but we both talk about the signs going on around us all the time even in commercials like planting trees of a loved one who died of covid-19 to remove their footprint. Amazon has a Sustainability Coordinator now that is in charge of making sure they are at net 0°by 2050!, with their electronic vans and Windmills!

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Informative

very informative of how world leaders are teaming up in hopes of having a one world government.

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  • 06-30-21

Meh

Meh. Personally I think it's bias, an anti UN monolog. Would I listen to it again? No

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  • AllanJensen
  • 07-10-18

Scary stuff.

This audiobook points out the sinister agenda of the people in charge, with only themselves and theirs in mind. "Nature don't care. It we do stupid stuff, we will perish".

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  • 03-27-17

Very well informed, golden revision knowledge

Where does Agenda 21, an Analysis rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I am a geography student and learn a lot about this subject. It is the best interms of my course content, but i prefur the experts themselves narrating.

What did you like best about this story?

why countries (developing and industrial) are reluctant to take up policies on agenda 21

What about Ruth Golding’s performance did you like?

at first, I struggled to listen because of the constant "quote" "end quote" but her voice grew on me. I now like her

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes this was a one sitting book, and defiantly one i would recommend to my classmates.