Rosa Koire gave a lecture about Agenda 21 in september 2013 at the Open Mind Conference in Skanderborg Denmark. Rosa Koire was the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute. Impacting every aspect of our lives, UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a corporate manipulation using the Green Mask of environmental concern to forward a globalist plan. Agenda 21 also has another, more updated name – The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Sadly, Rosa Koire passed away on May 31, 2021. She was a retired forensic commercial real estate appraiser who specialized in eminent domain valuation. A former District Branch Chief for the California Department of Transportation, her twenty-eight year career in litigation support on land use has culminated in exposing the impacts of Sustainable Development on private property rights and individual liberty. She wrote a book about the subject titled ‘Behind the Green Mask: UN Agenda 21‘.
Rosa’s website explains how and why she became vocal in speaking about the true intentions of Agenda 21:
In 2005 she was elected to a citizens’ oversight committee in Santa Rosa, Northern California, to review a proposed 1,300 acre redevelopment project in which 10,000 people live and work. Her research into the documents justifying the plans led her, with her partner Kay Tokerud, to challenge the fraudulent basis for the huge Gateways Redevelopment Project. The City, in an attempt to block Koire from exposing the project, removed the neighborhood in which Koire and Tokerud’s properties were located from the redevelopment area.
Koire and Tokerud fought on, however, not wanting to abandon the thousands of business and property owners still in the area. They formed a business and property owners association and a non-profit organization (Concerned Citizens of Santa Rosa Against Redevelopment Law Abuse) and were able to raise nearly $500,000 in donations and pro bono legal work to sue the City of Santa Rosa to stop the project. The court case, Tokerud v. City of Santa Rosa, lost in Superior Court but the court ruled that they could continue, and they appealed to the San Francisco First District Court of Appeals where they lost again in 2009. The three years of litigation fighting eminent domain and the redevelopment project succeeded in delaying the project while the economy collapsed–the City has failed to implement its plans, but, if Redevelopment had not been ended in California in 2012, would have had the power of eminent domain over the 1,100 acre area until 2018.
Over the course of the legal challenge Rosa Koire became aware of the source of the planning revolution she had observed over more than 10 years: UN Agenda 21. Through her research she found that much of the funding to implement local UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development land use programs comes through the diversion of property taxes to redevelopment agencies. Her work in providing information and solutions for communities fighting UN Agenda 21 has spread across the nation as more and more people become aware of the increased restrictions on their property rights, and the methods used to implement social engineering. Through her website DemocratsAgainstUNAgenda21.com and her grassroots tactical organization, Santa Rosa Neighborhood Coalition, she, with other community leaders, has enabled activists on many seemingly unconnected issues to come together and fight the source: UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
In 2010 the non-profit organization she and her partner founded was expanded in scope and renamed The Post Sustainability Institute. Rosa spoke internationally on UN Agenda 21, blogged regularly on the Democrats website, and is the author of BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: UN Agenda 21.
Sustainable Development Goals
Now, let us look at the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, as delineated by the United Nations, and agreed upon by the all the close to 200 cuntries that signed on to this program back in 1992.
In addition to looking at these lofty goals, let us then quickly just note what is ultimately needed to bring them to fruition:
- No Poverty – Sounds amazing. Yet, in order to make this a reality, the government must take from the rich to give to the poor
- Zero Hunger – Another amazing goal. Yet, again, the government must take from the rich to give to the poor in order to ensure that nobody remains hungry.
- Good health and well-being – A wonderful goal. Yet, again, the government must be able to enforce what people eat and do with their lives to attain this goal.
- Quality education – Another wonderful goal. Yet, again, the governments must have full control of all educational institutions to enforce this. However, that means that parents would no longer have free choice to decide upon their children’s educations. In addition, it ignores the established fact that in many countries, public school education tends to be much, much lower quality than private schools, and as seen in many US schools today, parents are livid at the evil and inappropriate values and education government is enforcing upon children, especially regarding sex education and gender issues.
- Gender Equality – Beautiful! As certain Scandinavian countries already aim for this goal, the path to achieving this is clear, government control via affirmative action to attain 50% equality for all positions.
- Clean water and sanitation – Great! Finally, a goal that sounds good without any government control, right? Unfortunately, no, this is not the case for this goal either. Some countries, like Israel, already have laws that forbid citizens from using any water on their private property or even harvesting rainwater that falls on their property. While not necessarily forbidden, many countries, like Canada, and many US States, have restrictions on rainwater harvesting on private property. So, here too, in order to accomplish this goal, the government will have to control all sources of water, including private water spots and all rain water.
- Affordable and clean energy – Here again, the goal sounds great. First all all, let us seperate affordable and clean. They are two totally different goals. Just because an energy is clean does not mean that it is affordable. Plenty of the less clean energy sources are much cheaper than the cleaner energy sources. And with regards to ensuring “clean” energy, California is already paving the way, showing us all what that means. California recently passed a law to outlaw all non-electric cars, and then “encouraged” California residents to not charge their electric cars between 4pm-9pm. Again, we see that government control is needed.
- Decent work and economic growth – Another wonderful sounding goal. However, again, the government can not control this goal unless it is the government providing the jobs. Also, the website says that this includes “inclusive and sustainable economic growth”. Wonderful buzz words that are impossible to achieve, because all three concepts are seperate. Inclusivity can only be achieved through government control. Sustainability can only be achieved through government control. And economic growth is not something the government can control, definitely not with endless regulations on industry and employment rules. When people are hired based on identity politics to achieve inclusivity, instead of based on skills, economic growth is stunted not grown.
- Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure – With this goal, the WEF explains “build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation”. Government should definitely build infrastructure. In terms of ‘inclusive and sustainable industrialization,’ the same note above regarding goal #8 applies here as well. In terms of innovation, the one thing government can do to foster innovation is fund innovation while limiting control and regulations.
- Reduce inequalities among countries – Sounds very utopian. However, the only way to achieve this is if international institutions control individual countries to ensure that rich countries transfer wealth and resources to poorer countries.
- Sustainable cities and communities – “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable” – again, the only way international organizations and governments will ensure “inclusiveness” and sustainability” is by control over our lives.
- Responsible consumption and production – Again, this is only possible if the government regulates our consumption and production.
- Climate action – This is only possible by the government regulating our lives, like the push to outlaw gas cars, and the whole personal carbon tracking direction, as spoken about at a recent World Economic Forum Symposium, where the speaker said straight out that the purpose is to have everyone’s carbon footprint tracked.
Four Final Generic Goals
- Life Below Water – by “conserving and sustainably using resources. Sounds great.
- Life on Land – Another one sounds great.
- Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions – The United Nations is an absolute failure at this for decades, and this is the actual goal of its establishment. With trants and despots having an equal vote in the institution, and the ability to actually run committees and organizations! Why do people think it that this institution has any shred of credibility to succeed at any of its goals by contorling our lives, if it is not even successful in it’s core purpose?
- Partnerships for the goals – So nice.
The bottom line is that the overall theme that connects all the various sustainable development goals is absolute government control over our lives, with a component of an international organization taking away sovereignty from our governments. Basically, in no uncertain terms, these goals are only enforcable with the removal of our personal freedoms
This is exactly the message that Rosa Koire was trying to warn us all about for years. The ultimate agenda of the United Nations Agenda 21 & the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is total government control on an international level, and no more freedom.
Close to 200 organizations have signed on to Agenda 21 and the 2030 Agenda, Israel included. This basically means, that while our governmnts use wonderful sounding buzz words on how they are trying to improve our lives, in essence, they are all working together to create a global infrastrucutre that will take more and more freedoms away from the voting citizens.
Israel just had three such international treaties that I and other Israelis tried to fight by petitioning our politicians.
Treaty #1: The WHO global pandemic treaty which cedes national sovereignty to the WHO for future pandemics.
Treaty #2: The UN Istanbul Gender treaty – allowing the United Nations to enforece and punish countries for not following gender inclusivity norms. Interestingly enough, Turkey, one of the first countries to sign on to the treaty, pulled out of the treaty because they realized it forced them to close separate schools for boys and girls, as per Islamic tradition. The treaty is billed as “protecting women’s rights”, but those are just wonderful sounding buzz words that hide behind it the controlling agenda of the international community.
Law #3: Climate change basic law – this law is intended to be a basic law, comparable to a constitutional right, which enshrines climate considerations into all other government decisions and the working together with international organizations in pushing climate change enforcement in Israel. The Israeli government has already approved one dangerous climate change law.
We must all be vigilant. These programs are already three decades deep in our government ministries, working on them since 1992. Until this moment, most of us did not have a clue about Agenda 21 or the 2030 sustainable development agenda, and how integrated it already is within our governments. Now, we know. Now, we must be vigilant and vocal to stop our governments from continuing to pursue this international agenda which is all about taking away our freedoms and liberty.