Finally, VICTORY! An anti-Agenda 21 bill has PASSED a state legislature: Senate Bill 477 bans any state involvement in Agenda 21 programs that infringe on personal property rights and also bans any Alabama municipality from joining ICLEI (although ICLEI is not mentioned by name).
Earlier in the day, House members passed and sent to the governor a measure aimed to protect Alabama from a world government. Senate Bill 477 was developed and passed to counter United Nations Agenda 21. The bill reads, “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,’”
That ought to do it! Defund your mayor, too!
Read it and weep, globalists! This ought to have an effect on the Alabama cities in ICLEI! (They are: Birmingham and Huntsville)
I also have a unofficial report that Governor Bentley signed it but I cannot find an official source yet.
20 TO BE ENTITLED
21 AN ACT
23 Relating to due process; to prohibit the State of
24 Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and
25 developing environmental and developmental policies that,
1 without due process, would infringe or restrict the private
2 property rights of the owner of the property.
3 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA:
4 Section 1. (a) As used in this section, “political
5 subdivisions” means all state, county, incorporated city,
6 unincorporated city, public local entity, public-private
7 partnership, and any other public entity of the state, a
8 county, or city.
9 (b) The State of Alabama and all political
10 subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations
11 that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict
12 private property rights without due process, as may be
13 required by policy recommendations originating in, or
14 traceable to “Agenda 21,” adopted by the United Nations in
15 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development or any
16 other international law or ancillary plan of action that
17 contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the
18 Constitution of the State of Alabama.
19 (c) Since the United Nations has accredited and
20 enlisted numerous non-governmental and inter-governmental
21 organizations to assist in the implementation of its policies
22 relative to Agenda 21 around the world, the State of Alabama
23 and all political subdivisions may not enter into any
24 agreement, expend any sum of money, or receive funds
25 contracting services, or giving financial aid to or from those
1 non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations as
2 defined in Agenda 21.
3 Section 2. This act shall become effective on the
4 first day of the third month following its passage and
5 approval by the Governor, or its otherwise becoming law.
Of course, I am pleased (Bama Law 83) that Alabama did it first. But ICLEI is a signature away from being banned in one of our fifty states. Praise the Lord Jesus! Now for the other 49…