By Pad Finnigan
The public is invited to participate in a free public meeting about the United Nations’ Agenda 21 at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22, at the Environmental Services Building near the Chambers Bay Golf Course. The address is 9850 64th St. W., University Place WA 98467.
Clint Didier, an Eastern Washington farmer, former candidate for governor and Commissioner of Public Lands in Washington State, and a former NFL player and Super Bowl champion, will explain how the United Nations passed its Agenda 21 in 1992. He will tell how it supposedly promotes “sustainable development” on a world-wide basis, but how its implementation actually diminishes property rights and other cherished freedoms.
The United States constitution and our citizens value freedom more than any other document or people in the world. Yet the country, our state, and many local jurisdictions often cede freedoms to environmental activists’ agencies and social engineers which make rules and regulations that reduce our freedoms. Think Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Ecology, the Growth Management Act, the Department of Transportation, environmental impact statements. Think Spotted Owl, Pocket Gophers, wetlands, light rail, etc. These US and local agencies and programs are part of a global effort – Agenda 21 – to restructure society and stop us from achieving our unalienable rights of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.
After Didier’s presentation, there will be time for public discussion and/or questions. Two Washington Redskins footballs, autographed by Didier, will be auctioned off, along with Glen Beck’s book Agenda 21 and other prizes.
No reservations required. For questions, call 209-6504 or 381-6058.