On the 26th of December, 2012, the Mille Lacs Messenger,
a Minnesota county newspaper, published the
following letter of mine.
by Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer
In response to Brett Larson's recent column about the United
Nations Agenda 21 programme I would like to say: This agenda for the 21st Century
was signed by 179 nations at the UN Conference on Environment and Development
in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Among other things, it called for a Global Biodiversity Assessment of the state
of the planet. Prepared by the UN Environmental Programme, this GBA gave UN leaders
the information and science they needed to further develop their global
Its environmental crisis predictions justified their
mission to [bring about] a major reduction of the earth's human population,
major lifestyle regulations for industrial civilization's middle class people,
and the establishment of a new world religion, an eco-religion - a religion
that will be an earth-centered syncretistic blend of the world's religions.
Archbishop Javier Lozano Barragan, a world renowned theologian, called
the UN lead global ethic movement, a movement that is a part of Agenda
21, an "eco-religion". He said it manifests itself "as a new spirituality
that supplants all religions, because the latter have been unable to
preserve the ecosystem."
The GBA concluded on page 763 that "the root causes of the loss
of biodiversity are embedded in the way societies use resources."
The main culprit being the world view of societies based on Biblical
scriptures. "This world view is characteristic of large scale societies,
heavily dependent on resources brought from considerable distances.
It is a world view that is characterized by the denial of sacred
attributes in nature, a characteristic that became firmly established
about 2000 years ago with the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious traditions."
The document also states that the "Eastern cultures with religious traditions
such as Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism did not depart as drastically" from
healthy environmental values, including a self-sustaining respect
and reverence for nature.
The earth centered religions include the aboriginal religions
of the Western hemisphere and African, reconstructed versions
of pre-Christian European pagan religions, and the beliefs of
an occasional world renowned so-called "Catholic heretic" like
the theologian Rev. Matthew Fox, a person who has given his
support for some of my global initiatives.
The earth centered religions are the spiritual wing
of the UN lead New Age environmental movement. They
worship the Great Spirit and look on the Earth and
its biosphere as a living being to be celebrated and
almost worshipped. They believe that mankind's proper
mission is to learn to live in harmony with the
Earth and its life forms, rather than to dominate
Putting an end to the current international
system that subjugates and dehumanizes aboriginal
peoples, which includes a central foundation part of our USA system,
is a big part of the UN leaders' global management agenda
for the 21 Century.
Thomas Ivan Dahlheimer
Note: This letter can be viewed and read on the Mille Lacs Messenger's
A related article of mine is located