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Immigration Crisis: Why We Aren't Doing More

The United States is currently experiencing an unprecedented surge in immigration, as thousands of people from around the world attempt to cross the country's borders. As Title 42 ends, 30,000 illegal immigrants have been captured in just three days, and the crisis that some are deeming as an invasion, has just begun. This article is an overview of the complex factors driving this phenomenon, including the controversial Agenda 21 initiative, which some believe is contributing to the erosion of American culture and values.

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Immigration Crisis and Agenda 21: A Blueprint for Social Equity and Sustainable Development

In 1992, the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) introduced Agenda 21, a non-binding action plan for sustainable development. Adopted by 178 countries, including the United States under President George H.W. Bush, the agenda aimed to address environmental, social, and economic challenges through cooperation among governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector.

Key Components of Agenda 21

Agenda 21 covers a wide range of issues, such as climate change, biodiversity, energy, water, transportation, waste management, poverty, health, education, and gender equality. The plan encourages the use of renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, and green technologies, as well as the adoption of policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect natural resources. And, it thereby threatens the economic viability for most American families to sustain the increased environmental goals of Agenda 21 in regard to financial aspects with talks about outlawing combustible engines, new restrictions on air conditioning units and the limitations on gas stoves.

The Impact of Agenda 21 on National and Local Policies

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Agenda 21 has served as a guide for many national and local governments, businesses, and civil society organizations in developing policies and programs for sustainable development. Conservatives, Independents and Libertarians argue that the agenda's focus on social equity and environmental protection has led to a weakening of national borders and a loss of American cultural identity. This is currently glaringly evident with the impending invasion of migrants waiting outside the Texas and California borders.

The Immigration Invasion: A Byproduct of Agenda 21?

The current surge in immigration may be linked to the broader goals of Agenda 21. As the initiative seeks to create a more equitable and sustainable world, it could be contributing to the erosion of borders between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. This, in turn, may be facilitating the movement of people across these borders and fueling the current immigration crisis. Agenda 21 is engineered to create a borderless society. A society known as the hypothetical North American Union, which if you are paying attention, is well underway.

The North American Union is a political and economic union that would involve the merging of Canada, the United States, and Mexico into a single entity similar to the European Union. It has been the subject of various discussions and debates, but it does not currently exist as a formal entity.

Some proponents of the North American Union argue that it would promote greater economic integration and efficiency, as well as increased political cooperation and security. However, others are concerned about the potential loss of national sovereignty and cultural identity that could result from such a union.

While there is no official plan or timeline for the creation of a North American Union, and it remains a topic of speculation and debate. However, all the indicators are in place to show that this is a bipartisan issue even to include President Trump who presents himself as a proponent of freedom. President Donald Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on November 30, 2018, which replaced the Clinton era NAFTA agreement. While it encourages a more independent and robust U.S. economic trade agreement, one cannot help but wonder if it is the beginning of the North American Union and an NAU economic structure.

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Discussions and proposals for greater North American integration have been taking place for a while. These conversations have largely been focused on specific policy areas such as trade, security, and migration, rather than on creating a political or economic union. However, if you watch or listen to the movements with cryptocurrency, Americans have cause to be very concerned.

American's are concerned due to it not being begged against a basket of currencies, or pegged against a commodity to create stability. At the present time, cryptocurrencies are decentralized digital assets that are not issued or regulated by any central authority, including central banks. Instead, they rely on distributed ledger technology and cryptographic algorithms to facilitate transactions and maintain the integrity of the network.

Since there is no centralized authority or organization that governs cryptocurrencies, there is no equivalent to a central bank for cryptocurrencies. However, there are various entities that play a role in the development, adoption, and regulation of cryptocurrencies, including cryptocurrency exchanges, developers, miners, and community members.

Yet, some countries have established regulations or guidelines related to cryptocurrencies, and there are international organizations such as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) that have issued guidance on how cryptocurrencies should be regulated and managed to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing. However, these efforts do not constitute a centralized authority over cryptocurrencies. Moreover, we are beginning to hear of the U.S. governments increasing oversight and soon we will see the government take it over. All anyone has to do is look at past trends with crypto currency to foresee the speculative path and then begin to postulate on all the ways that the government could mishandle such an event. They are siloing the issues, or letting them run parallel so that they appear to be separate. However, it is speculated that it is the beginning of economic unions. However, in order to do this, they have to unhinge the world and destabilizing the United States economic base.

For example, the United States, Canada, and Mexico are already part of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which has recently been updated and renamed as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The USMCA aims to modernize and improve the trading relationship between the three countries, but it does not constitute a step towards a North American Union. And, while it doesn't constitute a step towards a North American Union, we must remember that at nobody would have foresaw that biological men would be able to play in women's sports, talks of hate speech allowed to be taught in our public schools, First Amendment Rights squashed throughout most of our universities, or teachers afraid to take student's cells phones away when they were not engaged in class.

The End of Title 42 and the Escalation of Illegal Immigration

As the Biden administration ends Title 42, a public health order invoked during the COVID-19 pandemic to rapidly expel migrants at the border, the number of illegal immigrants entering the United States is skyrocketing. With 30,000 illegal immigrants captured in just three days, the situation is reaching crisis levels.

The Role of Presidents in Shaping Immigration Policies

Several U.S. presidents have played a part in shaping the country's immigration policies, including George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden. Each administration's approach to immigration has had an impact on the number of people attempting to enter the United States and the country's ability to enforce its borders. And, each President has contributed today's crisis.

The Downfall of America: The Loss of Cultural Identity and Values

The immigration surge and the potential connection to Agenda 21 raise concerns about the deterioration of American culture and values. As the country becomes more diverse and its borders become increasingly porous, some fear that the United States is losing its unique identity and that the influx of immigrants is threatening traditional American values.

Civil Societal Structures Under Threat

As the United States grapples with the challenges of the immigration crisis, civil societal structures are also under threat. The influx of migrants is straining resources and infrastructure, and tensions are rising between different cultural and ethnic groups. This could lead to further divisions and fragmentation within American society.

The Need for Sustainable Development and Social Equity

While the immigration crisis poses significant challenges for the United States, it is important to recognize the need for sustainable development and social equity. Agenda 21's goals may be controversial, but they are also an essential part of creating a more just and sustainable future for all.

The Future of Immigration and the United States

The current immigration invasion and Agenda 21 progress has created a crisis and a complex issue with deep-rooted causes and far-reaching implications. As the United States works to find a balance between protecting its borders and upholding the principles of Agenda 21, the country faces an uncertain future. Addressing the challenges of immigration while preserving American culture and values will require thoughtful policies, strong leadership, and a commitment to social equity and sustainable development.

Call, email or visit your legislators to tell them not to support any policies that might enable U.S. leaders or global leaders to succeed with Agenda 21.


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