WHAT THE FUTURE UNDER AGENDA 21 WILL LOOK LIKE By Alan C. Edwards

 WHAT THE FUTURE UNDER AGENDA 21 WILL LOOK LIKE

By Alan C. Edwards 

Agenda 21 is a 40 chapter document that came from the1992 U.N. Rio conference known as the Earth Summit that uses environmental controls to rule the world. The focus is “sustainable development” and how the human population will live or die in the 21st century. It calls for a 90% reduction in the population. The mysterious Georgia Guidestones recommends limiting human population to 500 million people. Some will be eliminated by malnutrition using a plan for controlling food, agriculture and medicine called Codex Alimentarius. Some will be eliminated by diseases induced by forced vaccinations with tainted vaccines. Some by war. The Apocalypse horsemen will ride at full gallop.

25% of the land will be wilderness with no humans, surrounded by a buffer zone where a limited number of humans may enter and engage in allowed activities. National sovereignty will be surrendered to a global government ruled by super-rich elites. Agreements made at Waco, Texas in 2005 will merge Mexico, Canada, and U.S. into the North American Union.

Private property will be abolished and private transportation replaced with public transportation. Those still alive will live like prisoners in constricted cities. The family will be restructured. Parents will provide children to be trained by government. There is much, much more to the program.

If anyone is interested in how their death has been planned or their lifestyle altered they can Google search keywords; Agenda 21, sustainable development, Codex Alimentarius, Earth Summit and Georgia Guidestones. These will lead to several websites and videos.

 

Light of Day: Poems from Joel, Amos and Obadiah

Joel

 

(Joel 1:18-19)

Cattle Moan

The cattle moan;

Herds mill about;

To you, O Lord,

I have cried out.

 

(Joel 2:25)

I Will Repay

I will repay

You for the years

Locusts ate: You’ll

Have much to eat.

 

Amos

 

(Amos 5:14, 7:2)

Seek Good, Not Bad

Seek good, not bad,

That you may live;

I’ve cried to God,

“Won’t you forgive?”

 

 

Obadiah

 

(Obadiah 1:15)

God to Edom

I’ll judge the lands:

That day will come–

You’ll pay in full

For what you’ve done.