Nancy Pelosi—conspirator in pearls
By Judi McLeod
Monday, November 13, 2006
Queen of the Democrats Nancy Pelosi will deliver the sovereignty of her own country over to the United Nations. In fact, she’s been working on it since 1992.
An untold story, the 66-year-old’s Resolution 166 has been one of steadfast steps on a long road to stealthy success.
To understand her infinite patience in getting where she wanted to be, one must go back to the beginning.
“On August 5, 1992, Nancy Pelosi (CA) introduced a concurrent resolution in Congress (H.CON.RES. 353), saying that the United States of America should reform all domestic and foreign policy to adhere to the agreements of the Earth Summit, develop a national strategy to implement Agenda 21, and regularly report to the United Nations our progress on that path. (www.freedom21santacruz.net
, Sept. 10, 2004).
“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, 32 of whom are still in Congress.”
As freedom21santacruz.net writer Michael Park points out, researchers on the subject could content themselves that Pelosi’s fancy work got bogged down in subcommittee purgatory, but they would be wrong.
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.
The fix was now in even though many average Americans knew nothing about it...