land ownership ... contributes to social injustice.... Public
control of land use is therefore indispensable."
United Nations "Habitat I" Conference Report, 1976
Are you concerned that...
- The UN is militantly anti-property rights?
The UN is dominated by
socialist, communist, and other collectivist regimes that are
hostile to private property, the basis of our freedom and
prosperity. Karl Marx wrote in the Communist Manifesto that
"the theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single
sentence: abolition of private property." Marx continued:
"In one word, you reproach us with intending to do away with
your property. Precisely so; that is just what we intend."
- The UN intends to carry out Marx's plan?
In true Marxist
fashion, the report of the UN "Habitat I" Conference
declares that private land ownership "contributes to social
injustice.... Public control of land use is therefore
indispensable...." Agenda 21, the UN's massive environmental
manifesto, envisions a UN empowered to control and micro-manage
our planetary environment and the actions of every person on
Earth. It says: "All countries should undertake a
comprehensive national inventory of their land resources" and
"develop national land-management plans." The UN's
Assessment would "reallocate" property rights and have
"stakeholder groups," instead of property owners, make
decisions on private land use.
- Our own U.S. government is adopting many of the UN's
anti-property rights and policies and treaties?
The U.S. has signed
Agenda 21 and has begun implementing the UN's "Wildlands
Project," an incredible plan to push millions of Americans
off their land to make vast nature preserves out of half of the
nation. Also, under the UN's 1988 Convention on Narcotics, the
U.S. has adopted unconstitutional "asset forfeiture"
laws that allow seizure of property without due process.
- UN treaties could destroy our heritage of freedom?
economist, Friedrich A. Hayek, noted that "the system of
private property is the most important guaranty of freedom, not
only for those who own property, but scarcely less for those who
do not. It is only because the control of the means of production
is divided among many people acting independently that nobody has
complete power over us, that we as individuals can decide what to
do with ourselves."
Does it concern you that the UN wants control of your children?
... the Wildlands Project advocate the end
of industrial civilization? Most assuredly.
Everything civilized must go."
John Davis in the
UN Wildlands Project's
collective needs of non-human species must
take precedence over the needs and desires
Wildlands Project Co-architect Reed Noss
must undergo a radical change in its
attitudes, values, and behavior ... a new
global ethics is taking form, and it is
finding expression in international
International Union for the Conservation of
Nature's Earth Ethics magazine