Sustainable Development: Agenda 21 explained

This is a video by John Anthony, an expert on Agenda 21 and government regulations, and he spends almost 90 minutes breaking down Agenda 21 in full. I’m about 51 minutes in and it’s quite interesting what he has to say about it.

In case you aren’t familiar with it, here is a broad definition of Agenda 21 (Agenda for the 21st Century):

Sustainable developers have designed a global movement coordinated through a global-to-local action plan to create world government in accordance with certain objectives. These objectives include:

  • An end to national sovereignty
  • Abolition of private property
  • Restructure of the family unit
  • Increasing limitations and restrictions on mobility and individual opportunity


This is a plan that’s been underway since the 80s and three presidents have signed off on it, starting with George H. W. Bush. It’s already at the local level in the U.S. – even my city has a sustainability council.

I highly encourage you to watch the video below and it’s an excellent breakdown of Agenda 21:

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