Thank you, Wildwood leader against ICLEI
To the Editor:
The one Wildwood Council dissenter that voted against any connection with ICLEI and the U.N. knew more than all the others (West Newsmagazine, Sept. 5). City officials and the author of “Wildwood moves toward sustainability” needed more facts. In this day of fast communication, each of us must first check our facts even if they appear safe.
Wildwood has agreed to more than being “committed to sustainable development,” they have pledged allegiance to the U.N., which supersedes American laws.
There are official websites to check. Search the U.N. Site and type in Agenda 21 to review over 44,000 articles; or search ICLEI, the International Council of Local Environmental Initiative; or search “sustainability.”
“Sustainable Development,” one of a few dozen code words every American should be leery of, has spawned Cap ’n Trade, global warming, population control, open borders, refusal to drill American oil, education restructuring, farming “reform,” wetlands and control of waterways.
There is no way any of these policies can be sugar coated, and all are the polar opposite of our Constitutional freedoms.
Discover where the trail of money leads. ICLEI is connected to the United Nations, with original honorable-sounding intentions but in recent decades now uses U.S. money to do the U.N.’s bidding which will undo America.
Attend seminars throughout St. Louis County for insight into those farming “reform” and waterways code words that point to a world governance closing off our supply to food and water.
It’s time to discover what that $600 fee really bought the citizens of Wildwood.
Your research will find that thousands of towns across America have bought into this thicket of demands, but keep looking for the 67 towns in America that have repealed their participation in Agenda 21 just this year.
It’s also time to take a few classes on the Constitution to know exactly what freedoms we too easily give away. American free market solutions can be the answer, rather than the international ICLEI solutions full of strings.