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Sustainable Development 101

Sustainable Development 101

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Transforming America:
SustainableDevelopment 
The Destruction of Your Rights
Creating Crisis, Shortage anda Police State
 
 
Sustainable Development 
Contents
Introduction: Abundance Ecology ..........................................................1
Sustainable Development 
...................................................................1Shortage Ecology ....................................................................................1Political Theory .......................................................................................2
Unalienable Rights .......................................................................2Granted Rights ..............................................................................2Social Justice ..................................................................................3Equal Justice ..................................................................................3
The Nature of Sustainable Development ................................................3
United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda 21 ............3Sustainable Development is Non-Partisan ...............................4Funding Agenda 21 ......................................................................4The Wildlands Project. .................................................................5Smart Growth ................................................................................5Stakeholder Consensus Councils ...............................................5
The Three E’s of Tyranny ........................................................................6
Equity .............................................................................................6Economy ........................................................................................6Environment ..................................................................................6Conditions for Global State Collectivism ..................................7
Protecting Liberty Before it is Too Late ..................................................7Conclusion ..............................................................................................9
© 2003 First Edition.
Sustainable Development, the Constitution, and What You Can Do.
© 2005 2nd Edition. Freedom 21 Santa Cruz. All rights reserved.To purchase pamphlets or for information:Freedom 21 Santa Cruz, P.O. Box 3330 Freedom California 95019www.f21sc.net(831) 684-2232, Fax (831) 685-1472liberty@freedom21santacruz.net
Transforming America:
 
 Abundance Ecology
Achieving Abundance Ecology requires adirect relationship between man and the land,Abundance Ecologist Michael Shaw said in apresentation to the Davis Mountains Trans-Pecos Heritage Association annual meeting andconference in Alpine Texas in May 2003. Shawspeaks from experience. Shaw has receivedacclaim for creating an ecological oasis froma weedy 75 acre parcel on the central coast ofCalifornia – what he calls “Liberty Garden.”“To release the potential productivity anddiversity of a landscape, an owner must be freeto engage in rigorous disturbance, and free topursue a reasoned and creative process of trialand error. This process would be suited to thechoice of each individual and the uniquenessof each property,” Shaw said. The attached article includes key excerpts fromShaw’s presentation to the Davis Mountains Trans-Pecos Heritage Asso-ciation.
Sustainable Development 
The Destruction of Your RightsCreating Crisis, Shortage and a Police State Shortage Ecology
“Sustainable Development” is the current buzz term that represents theefforts to eliminate private property in America and to control and limithuman action. Sustainable Development is a synonym for “shortageecology”. The philosophy behind the creation of a shortage ecology un-derlies the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Endangered Species Actis the foundation of the land use element of Sustainable Development.The ESA is based on international treaties and is rooted in the Precau-tionary Principle, which abandons the legal standard that presumesinnocence. Since the ESA puts the government in control of plants, theideals of private property are destroyed, natural resource shortagesarise, and natural calamities—such as devastating forest fires—increase.
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