ICLEI - Bad News For African Cities ?
AGENDA 21 is a plan for your life in the 21st century. It is meant to encompass nearly every aspect of life in one way or another. It contains exquisite detail about where you may live, how you may work, whether or not you can drive a car and much much more.
It may sound like science fiction, but it is not. Even though it was never asked for or voted on by you, it is being implemented right now, and it is deadly serious. The method used has been to circumvent elected officials for the most part. Instead, unelected "committees" and foundations have quietly slipped their global plans to your local governments, telling them "this is what EVERYONE is doing... you too should be on board." Bribery (in the form of grants etc.) are usually also used to persuade your local officials.
The following African cities have become members of this private Non Govermental Organisation and have adopted, or are seeking to adopt, the ICLEI agenda;
Amuwo - Odofin Local Government, Nigeria
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Bafut Council, Cameroon
Beaufort West Municipality, South Africa
Botswana Association of Local Authorities (BALA), (Associate Member)
Buffalo City Municipality, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
Capricorn, South Africa
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Durban, South Africa
Ekurhuleni, South Africa
Geita City, Tanzania
Ido Local Government, Nigeria
Isoko South, Nigeria
Johannesburg, South Africa
Kampala City Authority, Uganda
Kasese District Local Government, Uganda
Lagos State Government, Nigeria
Lichinga City Municipality, Mozambique
Lilongwe City Council, Malawi
Mangaung, South Africa
MDPESA, Zimbabwe (Associate Member)
Moka Flacq, Mauritius
Mariental Municipality - Namibia
Motheo District Municipality, South Africa
Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa
Nioro du Rip Municipality, Senegal
Ondangwa Council, Namibia
Pamplemousses and Riviere du Rempart, Mauritius
Port Louis Municipal Council, Mauritius
Vacoas Phoenix, Mauritius
Pretoria (Tshwane), South Africa
Sabce Municipal Council, Burkina Faso
SALGA, South Africa
Sedibeng, South Africa
Sol Plaatje, South Africa
Steve Tshwete Local Municipality, South Africa
Swakopmund Municipality, Namibia
Tlokwe, South Africa
ULGA (Uganda Local Governments Association)
uMgungundlovu District Municipality
Walvis Bay, Namibia
Water Research Commision, South Africa (Associate Member)
Yokadouma Commune, Cameroon
Xai Xai, Mozambique
Should we not be concerned? Consider what is happening in the United States...
KICKING ICLEI OUT - Post Sustainability Institute - End AGENDA 21 Despotism
ICLEI = International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives
ICLEI is a United Nations associated organization tasked with subordinating your property, liberty, agriculture, and transportation rights to global government. Members of your local board of directors may semi-secretly belong to this treasonous organization.
ICLEI seeks to implement AGENDA 21 - a plan concocted by the United Nations to control nearly every aspect of your life in the not too distant future.
AGENDA 21 sounds like science fiction, but it is not. AGENDA 21 is the shocking plan which the UN and affiliated agencies are implementing within the United States - under the innocent disguise of "sustainable development."
Under this plan, you and your family are eventually to be herded into beehive-like ("sustainable") apartments in large cities. Vast interconnected swaths of the now inhabited and farmed countryside are to be depopulated and made into "human-free" zones. What is defined as "sustainable" is determined by unelected and unaccountable United Nations bureaucrats operating at the behest of robber barons and global corporations.
This is being implemented right now - today.
For More Information about AGENDA 21
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