by Allan Essery
Sustainable Development? Part 3
In support of its deception the United Nations through its pseudo-scientific educational programme claims that private ownership of property, including both urban and rural, facilitates environmental degradation.
Acceptance by many of this bizarre UN teaching were caught up in ''Group-Think''. Group-think is almost always associated with feel good philosophies and is the irrational consensus thinking that aggressively rejects alternatives. This is the mentality that causes large numbers of people to accept a bizarre belief that a tax on carbon dioxide can control the climate.
Most Australians would agree that care of the environment is necessary and the development of a locally designed sustainability programme arrived at by democratic process would be acceptable. State governments such as the New South Wales and Victorian governments in particular rejected that and moved to an ecocentric sustainability policy which has been designed by a foreign entity, namely the UN, and is monotored by a foreign entity, again the UN and poses a fundamental and ongoing threat to the sovereignty and democracy of NSW and Victoria and all of their residents.