Many conservatives and Republicans in our nation operate under the view that the United Nations is directing a number of public policy priorities in the United States.
(Above--Example of United Nations sponsored bike trial in the radical hotbed of Granbury, Texas.)
Across the country, activists with ties to the Tea Party are railing against all sorts of local and state efforts to control sprawl and conserve energy. They brand government action for things like expanding public transportation routes and preserving open space as part of a United Nations-led conspiracy to deny property rights and herd citizens toward cities. They are showing up at planning meetings to denounce bike lanes on public streets and smart meters on home appliances — efforts they equate to a big-government blueprint against individual rights. The protests date to 1992 when the United Nations passed a sweeping, but nonbinding, 100-plus-page resolution called Agenda 21 that was designed to encourage nations to use fewer resources and conserve open land by steering development to already dense areas. They have gained momentum in the past two years because of the emergence of the Tea Party movement, harnessing its suspicion about government power... In January, the Republican Party adopted its own resolution against what it called “the destructive and insidious nature” of Agenda 21. And Newt Gingrich took aim at it during a Republican debate in November."
Fox News has reported on Agenda 21. Fox says that President Obama and the United Nations want to take over rural America.
Mother Jones magazine wrote about this issue last year.
Tea partiers see Agenda 21 behind everything from a septic tank inspection law in Florida to a plan in Maine to reduce traffic on Route 1. The issue even flared up briefly during the midterms, when Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes accused his Democratic opponent of using a bike-sharing program to convert Denver into a "United Nations Community."
You may think that Mitt Romney is some type of moderate or that there remain reasonable people in the mainstream of the Republican Party.
Where are the moderate or reasonable Republican objections to this stuff? There are no liberals or urban planners in this country working or operating under the direction of a United Nations mandate.
These people on the right are paranoid and crazy. They are telling you each day that they are paranoid and crazy.
When somebody tells you who they are--You should believe them.