Alabama has become the first state to NULLIFY the United Nations Agenda 21, which was agreed upon by International Government in Rio in 1992 at the Earth Summit on Climate Change, to be imposed on sovereign nations, such as the United States of America.
Alabama SB 477, by Senator Dial, known as the “Due Process for Property Rights Act”, was approved by the Alabama Senate and House, along with achieving a resistant signature from Governor Robert Bentley [Source].
It was rumored that the Governor was nervous about signing the bill, due to his worry about losing Federal funding, as the State has grown dependent as government has grown.
“The moment that idea is admitted into society that property is not as sacred as the Laws of God, and that there is not a force of law and public justice to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence. Property must be sacred or liberty cannot exist” -John Adams
The UN Agenda 21 is a policy which aims to dictate environmental law by international government upon free peoples of sovereign governments. In actuality, the UN would act similar to the EPA-environmental protection agency-dictating regulations, which are really laws, collecting taxes and fees, prohibiting and preventing business, development and housing, raiding farms and kicking property owners out, and so on.
The UN would assume absolute control over all matters environmental within your life and the lives of others, from the cigarette you wanted to smoke, to the amount of air you take in and take out, to the amount of electricity you use in your home.
A large amount of patriots and liberty-minded organizations in Alabama and around the country opposed this UN plan enough, and nullifed it. And rightly so.
Quoting from the text of the Due Process for Property Rights Act,
“The State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to “Agenda 21…” [Continued]
This bill, SB 477, simply highlights the natural property rights of Free men and women. It reiterates what was already known, and should be recognized, in all fifty states. Property and Rights go hand in hand. Your ownership over your body delivers your right to free speech and free thought. Your ownership over land and property assumes and delivers your right to contract, to do business and conduct commerce.
“This bill, that would bar the state from taking over private property without due process, is intended to shelter Alabamians from the United Nations Agenda 21, a sustainable development initiative that some conservatives see as a precursor for the creation of a world government”-Alabama GOP Executive Director T.J. Maloney [Source]
Senator Dial’s legislation has also eliminated any possible cooperation, funding, or access, by the ICLEI, the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. The ICLEI is a non-governmental group of government officials and related agencies who aim to push the tyrannical environmentalist agenda present within UN Agenda 21 through regulation, agency, and elevating in rank within government.
The ICLEI also attempts to use cash “subsidy” (bribery) to push its regulations and agenda.
With the work of many individuals, States are pushing back against the ICLEI and UN Agenda 21, including Kansas, Texas, and Tennessee, and it seems that Alabama is only the first among many states that will nullify Agenda 21, along with coming tyrannical legislation.
One goal of the Liberty movement, to remind the States of what Nullification tastes like, is slowly being achieved.
“The Natural Rights of the colonists are these: first, a right to life; second, to liberty; third to property; together with the right to support and defend them in the best manner they can” -Samuel Adams
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