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Dpitt wrote: Yes they have similar objectives, but the point I'm trying to stress is that ICLEI is in no way "part of" Agenda 21 or, by extension, the UN. A city's voluntary participation in ICLEI programs in no way suggests that government authority or representation is being turned over to that agency, it's staff, the UN, or anyone else.
Wow. Do you think you fool anyone with your bogus claims Dpitt? Democrats against Agenda 21 says you're wrong. http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21... So does Freedom Advocates. Check out: http://www.freedomadvocates.org/image...
When Madeline Rogero tricked former Mayor Haslam into joining ICLEI, did she explain to him that the ICLEI contract stated “Upon receipt of membership fees and an adopted program resolution, your jurisdiction will be considered a full ICLEI Member. All ICLEI Council Members are governed by the ICLEI Charter. A copy of the Charter will be sent to the primary contact indicated above.”
Both Mayor Haslam and Mayor Rogero have claimed that Knoxville doesn’t follow the ICLEI Charter. Knoxville is a dues paying ICLEI member. They signed an agreement with a NGO based in Bonn Germany which is a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
Which is worse? Violating the U.S. Constitution, or taking federal grant money and violating the ICLEI contract?
It takes less than two minutes on Google to learn the ICLEI is part of Agenda 21. You aren’t much of a research person.
Knoxville needs to follow the lead of Gatlinburg and get out of ICLEI. Here is how to do it: