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    When I was in my teens it was called “creeping socialism.” That was six decades before most of us ever heard the phrase “incrementalism.” The long march towards interpreting the importance Socialists place on incrementalism is understandable. It took a century for enough evidence to pile up showing that incrementalism is essential to the Socialist/Communist agenda. Indeed, so essential, socialism without incrementalism is like a locomotive without tracks; it ain’t going anywhere.

    The first failure

    Socialists are the first to admit they have been driving towards socialized medicine for a century. They never admit they had to ram it down the country’s throat. That makes the Affordable Care Act incrementalism’s only failure that I know of. The failure will be undeniable if the High Court overturns it or it is repealed.

    On the negative side Socialists will revert to small bite incrementalism à la Hillary Clinton after HillaryCare went down in flames:


    “I am disappointed we were not able to make more progress. Now I’m from the school of smaller steps, but I believe we must continue to make progress.”
    Parenthetically, in 2010 Hussein compared the HillaryCare fiasco to his own magnificence with this remark:

    “Well, the big difference here and in '94 was you've got me. We're going to see how much difference that makes now."
    http://www.politico.com/blogs/glennt..._94_is_me.html

    NOTE: Socialists have the personalty of cockroaches; those unchanging, persistent, little insects that scurry from the light. On the plus side, socialism’s incrementalism can be killed by repealing the XVI Amendment. It is the Income Tax Amendment that fuels the aforementioned locomotive.

    There are too many examples of socialism’s incrementalism to cover here. I do want to look at one of the most insidious —— environmental incrementalism and its connection to International law. I think most Americans know how environmental incrementalism works. If you read the brilliant analysis in the enclosed article you will see a more dangerous incremental goal. Whenever you read or hear about International law think of Robert Bork in his book Coercing Virtue:


    "International law is not law but politics, ... there is no such law, and the pretense that it exists is a harmful fantasy."
    In spite of Hussein implementing the UN’s global warming fraud —— environmental incrementalism is being challenged, while non-existent International law incrementalism is grinding ahead with almost no opposition.

    Finally, the shelf life of UN treaties is incrementalism at its foulest. Let me repeat my long-standing argument.

    Presidents should be required to at least make an effort to ratify treaties born in their administration. Congress should pass a law stating that whenever a president fails to get one of his treaties ratified before leaving office that treaty is automatically rejected for all time. Congress could even insist that negotiators include a ratification expiration date in every treaty. Say 2 years.

    Naturally, America’s interests would be best-served if this country only signed treaties with individual sovereign nations. Serendipitously, UN-loving quislings would drown in their own bile if UN treaties were eliminated altogether.


    Agenda 21 treaty on the horizon
    Henry Lamb Saturday, March 24, 2012

    While liberal journalists continue to claim that Agenda 21 is just a “conspiracy theory” being advanced by right-wing crackpots, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the International Council for Environmental Law (ICEL) have released their fourth Draft of the International Covenant on Environment and Development. This document was designed from the beginning to convert the “soft-law” non-binding Agenda 21 into firmly binding global law - enforceable through the International Criminal Court and/or the dispute resolution features of the Convention on the Law of the Sea.

    Two excellent analyses of this document are available here, and here. Read the entire 242-page document here.

    Few people understand that it is standard operating procedure for the U.N. to issue a massive non-binding policy document to test the water and make adjustments to its plans before introducing the real, legally-binding treaty. For example, the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a “soft-law” instrument, was the precursor to the two 1966 U.N. Covenants on Human Rights. The 1992 U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change called for “voluntary” compliance. But at the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention, the group agreed to create a Kyoto Protocol to the Convention that would set legally-binding targets for all member nations.

    Noah M. Sachs, a University of Richmond law professor and environmental expert, said: “Agenda 21 has been a dead letter for 20 years, its recommendations have not been implemented by most governments, and the U.S. has largely ignored it.”

    Mr. Sachs is either ignorant of the facts, or is deliberately trying to mislead his readers. President Clinton’s President’s Council on Sustainable Development operated between 1993 and 1999 expressly for the purpose of implementing the recommendations in Agenda 21. At the 11th meeting of the PCSD, Ron Brown, then- Secretary of the Department of Commerce, said that his department could implement 67% of the recommendations under his jurisdiction by rule, without the need for new legislation.

    ICLEI: Advancing Agenda 21 around the world

    The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) was created at the behest of the U.N. expressly for the purpose of advancing Agenda 21 around the world. They claim more than 1200 cities around the world have joined their organization for assistance in implementing “sustainable development”—defined to be the recommendations contained in Agenda 21. More than 600 of these cities are in the United States.

    Mr. Sachs: Agenda 21 is not a dead letter!

    A few organizations, Freedom21, Freedom Advocates in California, and the American Policy Center have been teaching Agenda 21 to people since the mid 1990s. In the last few years, Tea Parties, 9/12 and property rights groups have seen how ICLEI and liberal local officials have been converting the recommendations in Agenda 21 into binding law, by incorporating these recommendations into comprehensive land use plans. Dozens of cities have terminated their membership in ICLEI after local groups showed their elected officials how their plans actually reflect the recommendations in Agenda 21.

    Those who like to ridicule by pointing to an imaginary global plot to rule the world, are either ignorant of the facts, or don’t want people to know that the IUCN and the ICEL have been working since 1995 to get Agenda 21 converted into binding international law. It is not a plot. It is not a conspiracy. It is a fact. The IUCN is not going to stop until they are successful. Virtually every environmental treaty adopted by the U.N. in the last several decades was written by the IUCN.

    The IUCN consists of governments, government agencies, and non-government organizations. Seven federal agencies pay more than $500,000 per year to be members of the IUCN. Many of these people are the same people who are delegates and attend the U. N. meetings where these treaties are adopted. Federal employees helped write this fourth draft of the International Covenant on Environment and Development.

    President Obama is on the Agenda 21 bandwagon

    President Obama is on the Agenda 21 bandwagon. In addition to challenge grants offered by federal agencies to entice local communities to create comprehensive land use plans, he, like Bill Clinton, has issued Executive Orders to advance the agenda without interference from Congress. Obama issued an Executive Order to create the White House Rural Council last year. On March 15, he issued another Executive order creating the White House Council on Strong Cities, Strong Communities. The next day, another Executive Order, National Defense Resources Preparedness, vastly expanded the President’s power to control virtually all resources in times of emergency.

    In view of the facts that are readily available and undeniable, whenever a journalist or a politician, or an ordinary environmental extremist claims that Agenda 21 is not real, or is just a “conspiracy theory,” or the imaginations of right-wing crackpots, their comments can be dismissed and their motives challenged.

    The U.N., the IUCN, and the ICEL—are working as hard as they can to get Agenda 21 converted into binding international law

    The international community—the U.N., the IUCN, and the ICEL—are working as hard as they can to get Agenda 21 converted into binding international law. It will happen unless informed Americans stand up—as they have begun to do across the country—and kick out ICLEI, Agenda 21, and realize that use of the term “sustainable development” is nothing more than a sound-good substitute for Agenda 21.

    Everyone should learn all they can about Agenda 21 and sustainable development, and join the battle to keep it away from America. A great place to start is here (video 18:54).

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/45478
    Last edited by Flanders; Mar 25 2012 at 05:26 AM.
    Flanders

    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    Agenda 21 is a symptom.

    The underlying disease is the incredibly corrupt UN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxcutter View Post
    Agenda 21 is a symptom.

    The underlying disease is the incredibly corrupt UN.
    To Taxcutter: Nancy Pelosi is the carrier akin to Typhoid Mary spreading the UN’s disease except that Mary Mallon did not know she was infected:

    “. . . August 5, 1992. That’s the day when Nancy Pelosi (CA) introduced a concurrent resolution in Congress (H.Con. Res. 353), dictating that the United States of America should reform all domestic and foreign policy to adhere to the agreements, develop a national strategy to implement Agenda 21, and regularly report to the United Nations our progress on that path. (freedom21santacruz.net).

    “Undaunted by slow going in Congress, Nancy Pelosi returned to the house floor on March 29, 1993 and introduced a joint resolution (H.J. Res 166) to renew the call for the United States “to assume a strong leadership role in implementing…Agenda 21 and other Earth Summit agreements.”

    Pelosi eventually gathered 67 co-sponsors for her bill, about half of whom are still collecting Congress pay checks to this very day.

    Pelosi’s revolutionary resolutions were picked up by an incoming President Bill Clinton, who on June 14, 1993, with only six months in office, signed an executive order establishing the President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD)—which would carry out the exact functions called for in Pelosi’s earlier resolutions.

    Frick and Frack, once Pelosi and Clinton, is now Pelosi and Obama.
    Nancy Pelosi Chief Facilitator in Selling Off America to UN
    Judi McLeod Monday, March 26, 2012

    http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/45509
    Flanders

    The basic test of freedom is perhaps less in what we are free to do than in what we are free not to do. It is the freedom to refrain, withdraw and abstain which makes a totalitarian regime impossible. Eric Hoffer

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    In any case, "incrementalism" is the way government works.

    Boiling the frog - - slowly.

    People don't want revolution. They want evolution. Government has known this since the Romans. The socialists merely exploit this tendency.

    This is why we must fight it out on the smallest point. Government has a ratchet and they never move in reverse. You give up a millimeter and government implacably wants more.
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