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Vancouver Declaration 1976

April 24, 2014

By Paul Homewood




In 1976, the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements was held in Vancouver. The above paragraph was part of the Vancouver Declaration, which has subsequently formed the basis for much of the UN-Habitat Agenda, itself heavily tied in with Agenda 21.


When they’ve stolen your land, what will they take next?

  1. April 24, 2014 5:17 pm

    Thank you, Paul, for this important piece of information.

    Clearly, the UN is organizing the New World Order.

    The joke is, however, on the UN and it’s officers because the UN and alarmies

  2. Anoneumouse permalink
    April 24, 2014 5:24 pm

    Once a STATE requires by force of LAW an individual, to register themselves and subsequently their progenies existence, you and they cease to be ‘freemen’.

  3. Mickey permalink
    April 24, 2014 5:51 pm

    While the document linked above has plenty of terrifying language in it (ie. New International Economic Order), I am unable to find the paragraph quoted in the graphic. The document does not contain the phrase “private land ownership”, “social injustice”, nor “development schemes”.

    • Mickey permalink
      April 24, 2014 5:55 pm

      Nevermind. The web page is simply a summary of the PDF linked at the top. Open the PDF for all 54 pages of terror.

  4. William Abbott permalink
    April 24, 2014 6:09 pm

    Anoneumouse; Registering births, even of those born free, is pretty ancient. We have had kings for a long time. Paying taxes is old school. Very old school.

    But freeman can own land. They are free to use it and use it as they see fit. They are free to sell it. They own it forever. The Vancouver Action Plan, Para. D1 is immature thinking. The more subtle collectivists have come to realize it is just as effective to control land use as it is to control ownership. If they can control the use of the land they remove all the major obstacles to their “development schemes.” In the United States they use the Endangered Species Act to control and limit land use. They get more and more aggressive, they list more and more species and they “choose” not to enforce the vast powers the law gives them all at once lest the representatives of the people, under electoral pressure, amend the statutes. We are like frogs, slowly being boiled. But someday, if things don’t change, you won’t be able to spade the garden without a permit. Our freedom and our status as “freemen” is in great peril.

    • April 24, 2014 6:44 pm

      In Ontario too the collectivists use an Endangered Species Act to control and limit land use. They use everything they can think of to control everyone.

      Also in Ontario there is an Environmental Bill of Rights Act. I think of it as the Snitch Act. In a glossy 4-colour brochure produced as part of this year’s 20th anniversary celebration, The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario writes (in part):
      “For the past 14 years of my appointment as Commissioner, I have been privileged to see an ongoing dialogue unfold between the public and government ministries entrusted with the stewardship of our common natural environment. Thousands of people use the Environmental Registry each year to comment on government initiatives, ranging from technical compliance rules to sweeping policies on land use. Communities and individuals have also had input into site-specific permits and licenses, commenting on concerns such as local air and water quality, habitat protection, and noise. Ontarians have also used EBR applications and appeals to convince the government to overhaul legislation, change approvals, and bring in new environmental protections….”

      The Environmental Commissioner oversees the use of the Environmental Bill of Rights. It covers 15 Government of Ontario Ministries:
      Northern Development and Mines
      Rural Affairs
      Consumer Services
      Natural Resources
      Agriculture and Food
      Economic Development, Trade and Employment
      Health and Long-Term Care
      Government Services
      Tourism Culture and Sport
      Municipal Affairs and Housing

  5. April 24, 2014 6:36 pm

    A few points about Vancouver to remember – – one of the most expensive cities in the world to live – the most expensive real estate in the world – largest gap between the rich and the poor in Canda – has Canada’s worst and poorest neighbourhood – highest child poverty in all of Canada – one of, if not, the most corrupt police force in Canada – second home to Li-Ka Shing, one of the richest men in the world and head of one of the 13 families. He and his sons own the construction companies and real estate that do the majority building. They own 2/3’s of downtown Vancouver. – worst organized gang problems in Canada. this city is run by Hells Angels and Asian triads, shootings here are a weekly occurrence. –

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  6. April 24, 2014 6:51 pm

    Paul: Thanks for the reminder that the UN and its collectivist pals have been nibbling away at our freedom for at least 50 years.

  7. April 24, 2014 7:10 pm

    Would love to dismiss this as conspiracy nonsense but considering the ‘fun’ with Cliven Bundy vs the nuked turtles you have to wonder.

    This looks to be written circa 1999 and has the same key phrase you highlight Paul

  8. April 24, 2014 7:12 pm

    Reblogged this on CraigM350.

  9. tom0mason permalink
    April 24, 2014 7:20 pm

    I take it that the graphic represents a stick-thin figure protesting over the loss of their rudimentary roof caught in the sights of a high-powered rifle?

    • mkelly permalink
      April 24, 2014 8:03 pm

      Nope I think it is the sign of the Deathly Hallows. Without the stick figure of course.

      • tom0mason permalink
        April 24, 2014 8:05 pm

        About right for the UN.

  10. April 24, 2014 8:46 pm

    “interests of society as a whole” … and who gets to define what that is? And how have they been empowered to do so?

  11. April 27, 2014 2:12 pm

    why are united nations members deciding what rights people have? I guess we will never entertain that the problems they want to address are caused by the united nations policies? do they not see that people see what they do not what they say? gov are the problem of poverty and use of gov power to stifle wealth creation by the poor by gov/corporations who have a vested interst in staying on top creating monopolies and cheap commodities for them. while maintaining their high profits.

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