Berkeley City Council Rings in Agenda 21, Declaring ‘Climate Emergency’ and Call for Population Control

David Dees
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The Berkeley City Council unanimously voted in a plan for climate regulations and put on record their desire to “humanely stabilize population”, a euphemism for depopulation, which is the ultimate goal of Agenda 21. The city urges surrounding municipalities and the state of California to buy into its hysteria and to impose harsh regulations that will affect energy, building, the electricity grid and transportation.

The California city that was home to 1960s radicals and known for excessively liberal politics declared a “climate emergency” on Tuesday evening, backing policies to “humanely stabilize” the human population.

The Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to mobilize other California governments “to initiate a just local, state, national, and global climate emergency mobilization to restore a safe climate.”

The council’s resolution, introduced by Council Member Cheryl Davila, warned that man-made global warming was “driving a global fresh water scarcity crisis and the sixth mass extinction of species, which could devastate much of life on earth for the next 10 million years.” The resolution calls for a World War II-level mobilization effort to fight global warming.

Davila’s resolution claims, “The community of Berkeley and surrounding counties, despite well-meaning efforts, have disproportionately contributed to dangerous greenhouse gas emissions and thus must substantially curtail use of fossil fuels and greenhouse gas emissions on behalf of the larger planetary community to enable a rapid, just transition to a stable climate.”

“Reversing global warming and restoring a safe and stable climate requires an emergency mobilization to reach zero greenhouse gas emissions across all sectors at wartime speed, to rapidly and safely drawdown or remove all the excess carbon from the atmosphere, and to implement safe measures to protect all people and species from the consequences of abrupt warming in the near-term,” the resolution claims.

To accomplish this, “requires an effort to preserve and restore half Earth’s biodiversity in interconnected wildlife corridors and to humanely stabilize population,” the resolution claims.

Davila’s resolution also calls for “a shift toward a climate-resilient society and culture that prioritize conservation, community, and mutual aid over consumerism and narcissism.”

The resolution’s main goal is to become a “carbon sink” by 2030, meaning Berkeley would emit net negative greenhouse gas emissions by that time.

Environmental activists were thrilled with Berkeley’s decision to declare a “climate emergency.” Writer Eric Holthaus tweeted it “sets the new standard for what those of us with means should be striving for at this critical moment in Earth history.”

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And there you have it – the real reason for the unbridled mass immigration into America: we’re mean racists if we don’t want the masses coming in, the those same folks who claim that will go along with the A21 BS, including the activation of the 800-1200 concentration camps in America. I’m guessing veterans and others with a pension will be the first ones shipped off to them That includes me.

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Who has researched beyond incomplete science and omissions like geoengineering a.k.a. stratospheric aerosol injection, where planes discharge chemicals to block Sunlight vital to human health and systems upon which all life depends for survival? http://climatism.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/the-creator-fabricator-and-proponent-of-global-warming-maurice-strong

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Why aren’t they (Berkeley City Council) calling for a major immigration slow down and reduction in immigration levels? That’s the main thing that keeps the population growth rate above the replacement level. We’ll need to build the equivalent of our top 10 largest cities over the next 30 to 50 years to contain the population with the current level of immigration – it’s devastating. Replacement level immigration back at historic annual levels before the 1970’s immigration reform opened the flood gates is the way to go.