July 20, 2019

An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine

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*Editor’s Note* – While this proposed legislation could be a good one, wouldn’t the difficulty in this proposed law present itself through poor definitions? As an example: This proposal prohibits the implementation of laws and policy/programs that originate from Agenda 21. Agenda 21, and all of its associated fascist regulations and ideology are so deeply ingrained within the fabric of the United States that it would be virtually impossible to stop. Any person who is a member of any local municipality, for instance, could have the same ideology as Agenda 21, through choice or was achieved through forms of brainwashing, propagandizing and educational programs. How do you stop that now?

Agenda 21 is a terrible regulation guideline that only totalitarian rule and the desire for it would seek. Passage of this proposed bill might curtail such activities but because the senseless, ideology is so heavily infused into U.S. culture, I doubt it will get much support. Please prove me wrong.

This may be a wake-up call and a good reminder that after the fact, it’s often too late for action.

An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine as follows:
Sec. 1. 1 MRSA c. 22 is enacted to read:

CHAPTER 22

PROTECTION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS

ยง 831. United Nations Agenda 21; international laws

1. Definitions. As used in this section, unless the context otherwise indicates, the following terms have the following meanings.
A. “Agenda 21” means the plan of action adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development and published in “Agenda 21: Earth Summit – The United Nations Programme of Action from Rio” (United Nations publication, ISBN 9789211005097, 1993).
B. “Political subdivision” means any municipality, plantation, county, quasi-municipal corporation or special purpose district, including any public-private partnership, of the State.
C. “Public-private partnership” means any partnership in which the State or a municipality, plantation, county, quasi-municipal corporation or special purpose district is a partner.
D. “State” means the State and any office, department, agency, authority, commission, board, institution, hospital or other instrumentality of the State.
2. Prohibition on restricting private property rights. The State or any political subdivision may not adopt or implement policies that intentionally or recklessly infringe on or restrict private property rights without due process as may be required by policy recommendations originating in or traceable to Agenda 21 or any international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the United States Constitution or the Constitution of Maine.
3. Prohibition on transactions with organizations assisting in implementation of Agenda 21 policies. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the State or any political subdivision may not enter into any agreement with, expend any sum of money for, receive funds or contract services from or give financial aid to any nongovernmental or intergovernmental organization accredited or enlisted by the United Nations to assist in the implementation of the United Nations policies related to Agenda 21.

SUMMARY

This bill prohibits the State or any political subdivision of the State from adopting or implementing policies originating in the United Nations Agenda 21 or other international laws that restrict private property rights without due process. Because the United Nations has accredited and enlisted numerous nongovernmental and intergovernmental organizations to assist in the implementation of its policies related to Agenda 21 around the world, the bill prohibits the State or any political subdivision from entering into agreements or financial arrangements with those organizations.

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