In defiance of anything that might be done at the federal level to stop Agenda 21 and 2030 (there is no difference between the two, Agenda 21 was merely renamed to Agenda 2030) States and Cities and Towns are plowing ahead with the goals of urbanism and regionalism, which is the subject of this blog.
According to the American Policy Center’s Tom DeWeese, there is no difference in the goals and as we have noted locally, the agenda(s) keep marching on.
“The 2030 Agenda is nothing more than a reboot of Agenda 21. The UN uses such updates of plans to keep their people excited and involved. The 2030 Agenda simply goes in to more detail as to how and what they intend to do. Remember, Agenda 21 was introduced as the “comprehensive blueprint for the reorganization of human society.” The 2030 Agenda gives more detail on how that is to be done, along with providing a more specific date for its full implementation. In reality there’s nothing new here. It’s still Agenda 21!” he wrote.