Lubyanka 20, at the Crossroad of Agenda 21
By Marielena Montesino de Stuart
New Leadership and Courage for America
Republican Candidate for the United States Senate 2012 (FL)
The Marxist goal of international Socialism, and ultimately communism, did not end with the fall of the Iron Curtain. It simply changed its name to Agenda 21.
A few days ago I published a commentary titled Socialism is the Death of Freedom. Today’s commentary is a continuation of this very important topic.
The walls at Lubyanka 20 in Moscow are silent witnesses to the torture and death of Russian citizens, who for decades were pulled off the streets simply for being suspected of opposing the Soviet Communist regime.
The rules from the Kremlin were clear: arrest anyone who may be considered “disruptive” of the state and its agenda. No evidence was needed. Detainees were sent from Lubyanka 20 to GULAG prison camps. Millions of prisoners never returned.
This murderous communist agenda continues in Cuba– 90 miles from Key West. Meanwhile, communist China, which carries out this “arrest anyone” practice on a massive scale, is becoming an economic superpower, with the ability to influence and bail out countries that once gave birth or contributed to the greatness of Western Civilization.
An evil Socialist program has been working its way throughout our country under the United Nations Sustainable Development initiative called Agenda 21. The purpose of Agenda 21 is to control every aspect of our lives, under the pretext of environmental stewardship, smart growth, economic development and social justice.
Agenda 21 aims at making each and every one of us “responsible global citizens.” In the United States this globalization approach is violating not just our property rights, but our constitutional rights and our sovereignty.
Sustainable Development dictates that every decision in society be guided by environmental impact, focusing on three issues: global land use, global education, and global population control and reduction. Like any Socialist movement, Agenda 21 is collectivist by design.
Agenda 21’s aggressive global march has been carried out through incremental programs discussed and launched at international summits and conferences. Agenda 21 now encompasses every aspect of a person’s life, including culture.
Agenda 21 for Culture is a tool to turn culture into the “4th Pillar of Sustainable Development”.
Yet, Agenda 21 has never been approved by the United States Congress.
Agenda 21 has been imposed on American citizens through presidential Executive Orders– and has been implemented through programs in the field of education, the environment, our economy, culture, etc. Meanwhile, the United Nations actively promotes Agenda 21 through its International Council of Local Environmental Initiative (ICLEI)– in order to offer “deals” to local governments, cities and counties.
Here are the cities and counties in Florida currently [Dec. 5, 2011] listed as members who are committed to Sustainable Development, through the United Nations Agenda 21 ICLEI program :
- Alachua County, FL
- Boynton Beach, FL
- Broward County, FL
- Collier County, FL
- Cutler Bay, FL
- Davie, FL
- Delray Beach, FL
- Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Gainesville, FL
- Key West, FL
- Lake Worth, FL
- Lee County, FL
- Leon County, FL
- Maitland, FL
- Marathon, FL
- Miami Gardens, FL
- Miami, FL
- Miami-Dade County, FL
- Monroe County, FL
- North Miami, FL
- Orange County, FL
- Orlando, FL
- Palm Bay, FL
- Palm Beach County, FL
- Pinecrest, FL
- Plantation, FL
- Sarasota, FL
- Seminole County, FL
- South Daytona, FL
- South Miami, FL
- Tallahassee, FL
- Tamarac, FL
- Volusia County, FL
- West Palm Beach, FL
Agenda 21’s Socialist goal is to control and determine how you should live.
How to “smell” Agenda 21
American citizens can begin to question Agenda 21’s Sustainable Development at a local level, and its infringement on our rights– by becoming aware of a few “code” terms and programs that should raise a red flag:
Public-Private Partnerships (PPP’s): Special “deals” between government and certain chosen corporations, developers and special districts. Benefits may include tax breaks, grants, credits, etc., and the power to govern and implement sustainable policy.
Local Sustainable Development policies and programs: Transfer of Development Rights (TDR’s), Receiving and Sending Areas, Smart Growth, Wildlands Projects, Resilient Cities, Regional Visioning Projects, STAR Sustainable Communities, Stewardship Community Districts, Local Visioning, conservation easements, development rights, sustainable farming, comprehensive planning, growth management, etc.
Many of these programs use the terms “facilitators” and “consensus”— while dismissing our individual rights and our right to vote.
Agenda 21 entices local governments, corporations and developers who become “useful players” in the Sustainable Development program—through financial incentives. A perfect example of how money and greed is at the root of all evil.
United Nations Agenda 21 was introduced into our communities through millions of dollars in grants to state and local governments, by the American Planning Association and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as part of the “visioning” program.
Citizens need to be aware of how far some individuals and corporations will go, in order to participate in the Sustainable Development game– and gain access to billions of taxpayer dollars, while partnering with politically-correct government agencies. These agencies obstruct our right to energy independence— and are enemies of American innovation and private-sector success.
The hubris behind the Sustainable Development real estate corporate game has financially ruined many private property owners who have become victims of this Socialist scam.
Brainwashing our children and our youth about Sustainable Development and Globalization
The Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002 “reaffirmed the importance of integrating sustainable development into education.”
Every day young children and youth across America are being indoctrinated with Socialism through Sustainable Development and Globalization curricula. This is evident in private and public schools.
This Sustainable Development and Globalization business mentality affects not only how we interact with one another– but also how we engage in trade and conduct our business in the State of Florida. This is important in the context of our property rights and our sovereignty.
Sustainable Development is everywhere
In Latin America one of the most notorious participants and promoters of youth Socialist indoctrination “encounters” is the INCAE School of Business. 
Why is this important? Because INCAE produces many business leaders that actively influence our “free trade” agreements with Latin America.
INCAE has conducted studies to “understand the management needs of Family Planning programs in Central America”—funded by institutions such as the Ford Foundation. Family Planning (population control) is a key component of Agenda 21. 
INCAE was founded as a joint project of the Harvard Business School and USAID. USAID (US Agency for International Development) is notorious for aggressively advancing its population control agenda despite evidence that many countries it targets are actually in dangerous states of population collapse.
Professors from INCAE hobnob with members of the Club of Rome at the Stein am Rhein Symposium, where the powerful Socialist elite discuss their plans for globalization, sustainability, climate-change and de-population.
America is the greatest nation on Earth. American constitutional principles and our love of freedom cannot coexist with Agenda 21.
Don’t accept excuses. Don’t let America collapse into a Socialist abyss. Don’t risk your children’s future by allowing Socialist indoctrination to take hold of their minds.
Lubyanka 20 is closer than you think.
: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability: http://www.iclei.org/index.php?id=11454 (Dec. 5, 2011)
: Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) http://marielenastuart2012.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/campaign-issue-youth-encounter-on-sustainability-yes-sustainable-development-incae.pdf
: The Harvard Business School Bulletin: http://marielenastuart2012.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/incae-harvard-business-school-bulletin-20080206104751747-1.pdf