Agenda 21: Everything you need to know about the secret U.N. plot, in one comic

By Greg Hanscom / grist.org
Aug 27, 2012
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Agenda 21: It’s the biggest threat to your freedom, and unless you regularly attend yahoo-filled local planning and zoning meetings, you’ve probably never even heard of it. Until recently, this 20-year-old United Nations plan to promote “sustainable development” was known only to stalwart defenders of Liberty and Freedom like the John Birch Society. But the underground resistance is about to go mainstream. GOP intellectual it boy Ted Cruz leads the counterstrike, and the Republican Party is even considering a public flambéing of Agenda 21in its official 2012 platform.

Looking to help break the siege of bike paths and high-quality education on our freedoms? Here’s what you’ll need to know.

 

Agenda 21: It came to take your freedom!

Concocted by the U.N. during the 1992 Earth Summit and signed by the 1st President Bush ... in the dark of the night!

A comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering and global political control, Agenda 21 is being covertly pushed into local communities!

If implemented, Agenda 21 would wreak unspeakable havoc on the American way of life!

Imagine what our lives would be like under this Reign Of Terror!

Happily, there is a bright spot in this dark cloud! Shortly after the Earth Summit, the United States forgot Agenda 21 even existed!

 

This paranoid fantasy has been brought to you by: The Republican National Committee, The Water Fluoridators, The Gub'ment Mind Jockeys, and the evil elves that live in your walls!!!

 

Want more? Read all 400+ pages of Agenda 21 on the U.N.’s website, or check out these past stories in Grist:

Chuck Nesci's artwork has been seen in such places as Tattoo magazine, on the ToysREvil website, and at Toy Tokyo in NYC. A multimedia artist, he is an avid woodworker and a lifelong fan of sequential art. Currently tattooing at Body FX Tattoo in Elkridge, MD, Chuck resides in Baltimore with his wife, Amy, and their 3 cats, Badger, Goblin, and Princess Tiny Feet.
Greg Hanscom is a senior editor at Grist. He tweets about cities, bikes, transportation, policy, and sustainability at @ghanscom.
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