According to a United Nations document titled Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing released in 2013, in order for the World to fight (fictional) Climate Change countries must become more Sustainable:
“..international, national and local governance across the world must fully embrace the requirements of a sustainable development future, as must civil society and the private sector. At the same time, local communities must be encouraged to participate actively and consistently in conceptualizing, planning and executing sustainable policies. Central to this is including young people in society, in politics and in the economy.”
It would seem that the Obama Administration, and the City of St. Louis, have taken this UN directive to heart.
According to a press release on the City of St. Louis’s website, on 1/16/14 the Obama Administration chose St. Louis to receive Federal help in executing the Mayor’s Sustainability plan. This federal help consists of, among other things, Federal Advisers in the Mayor’s Office:
The Obama Administration announced it is expanding the Strong Cities, Strong Communities (SC2) Initiative to include Brownsville, TX; Flint, MI; Gary, IN; Macon, GA; Rockford, IL; St. Louis, MO; and Rocky Mount, NC. President Obama established SC2 in 2011as an innovative and flexible program designed to strengthen local capacity, coordinate federal investments, and spark growth in economically distressed communities. The SC2 Initiative was developed through engagement with mayors, Members of Congress, foundations, nonprofits and other community partners who are committed to addressing the challenges facing local governments as they work to create economic opportunity for all residents.
A Community Solutions Team from Strong Cities, Strong Communities (SC2) will be embedded in Mayor Francis Slay’s Office to work alongside City leadership, community organizations, local businesses and philanthropy to help carry out the City’s Sustainability Plan, as well as the Northside Regeneration Project.
What does the Mayor of St. Louis’s Sustainability plan include you ask?
Didn’t you read the UN paper excerpt? It includes the youth of St. Louis of course.
According to the City of St. Louis’s Sustainability Plan they are going to use that Federal assistance to push fictional Climate Change in public schools and in the community. Here are some screen shots of that plan:
I wonder if that “education” will look something like this:
I mean really… what could possibly go wrong when Federal Advisers move into the Mayor’s office so that they can help push his plan to transform the City of St. Louis into a more Sustainable one by pushing fictional Climate Change down the throats of your children and your fellow citizens? It’s not like they’re using your own tax money against you or anything.. right?