Guide to Agenda 21

What is it?

Agenda 21 stands for 'Agenda for the 21st century' and is the United Nations plan for environmental protection and sustainability to be put into action throughout the 21st century. It was first developed at the United Nations summit in Rio de Janiero in 1992 and was agreed to by 179 nations worldwide.

What is it about?

If there is one word which sums up the entirety of Agenda 21 that word has to be control. Agenda 21 is about taking control of the environment and developing programs for sustainability through governments and government departments and ministries working together with various corporations, banks, local authorities, institutions, and various selected non profit organizations and charities.

Agenda 21 - the document

Work began on Agenda 21 back in 1989 and it was first released on June 13 1992 at the UN Rio summit which took place between June 3-14 1992. There are four main sections to this document and these are:

  • Section 1 - Social and Economic Dimensions (8 chapters)
  • Section 2 - Conservation and Management of Resources for Development (14 chapters)
  • Section 3 - Strengthening the Role of Major Groups (10 chapters)
  • Section 4 - Means of Implementation (8 chapters)

The nine basic tenets of Agenda 21

There are nine basic tenets of Agenda 21:

  1. Move citizens off private and rural land into urban housing
  2. Create large wilderness spaces for large carnivores and wildlife
  3. Eliminate cars and create cities based on efficient public transport and walkable areas
  4. Support chosen private businesses and organizations with public funds for sustainable development
  5. Make policy decisions that favour the greater good over individuals
  6. Drastically reduce the use of power, water, and everything else which produces carbon emissions
  7. Use bureaucracies to make sweeping reforms outside of democratic processes
  8. Increase taxes, fees and regulations and implement austerity measures
  9. Implement policies meant to incentivize a large reduction in the population, i.e. depopulation

Why you need to be concerned

Now you may be forgiven for thinking that large parts of Agenda 21 are positive and even necessary but this is not the case. The entire premise of Agenda 21 is rooted in outdated 19th century thinking and belief systems where it is believed that Mankind can control the environment. We can't. Up against the multidimensional continuum of experience of the universe, and the planet, even the greatest thinkers of Mankind, employing conscious thinking, doesn't even register on the scale. Each and every time Mankind has attempted to control the environment we have failed miserably and ended up destroying it.

Agenda 21 allows for global totalitarianism and fascism

Agenda 21 allows for global totalitarianism and fascism because it is all about organizations taking total control of every single aspect of human life. It is about balancing human life with resources and it is essentially an argument for the Final Solution.

What can be done


It's very clear that we face a growing number of social, environmental and economic issues. It is also very clear that things need to change quite radically and that we cannot continue living as we have done in the past or up until now.

But it is also the truth that fascism exists on the same spectrum as cultural development and that the spectrum embraces culture. As an organization Qultura is opposed to Agenda 21, we are also an outlier organization. We are not supported by the Government and have never received any government funding. As an organization we are very firmly committed to our mission and objectives which is the promotion of human creativity and human individuality. This means we are opposed to fascism and authoritarianism.

Currently we are working to overcome what we describe as AIPAC, which are the five things in society which exist and which is holding everybody back. AIPAC here stands for apathy, ignorance, partisanship, abdication and conformity.

Not being bothered enough about oneself or others to even try to make changes.
A lack of awareness, understanding or knowledge caused by transforming assumptions into personal beliefs.
Much of the conditionality within the benefits system is based on ignorance and assumptions made about people struggling to live in poverty.
This is only being interested in making changes if it suits a particular ideology or agenda.
Transferring responsibility for one's choices, decisions or actions to someone else.
This is closely related to abdication. This is choosing to follow rules and obey them simply because they exist.

What we are seeking to do is to shift the emphasis away from consumption and consumerism back towards an emphasis on the primacy of individual human experience. This is our only agenda. This is why we are making Creative Law (illustrated above), our theory and concepts publicly accessible and working to create a community which empowers the human individual towards individual creativity and individual human experience. This is to promote cultural development at local community level. We do this because we know that it is individual human creativity which motivates human evolution.

It's also especially important to understand that we are not facing these social, environmental or economic issues for the first time. There have been other instances of climate change in history, totalitarianism is not unknown to us, nor indeed is this the first time an economy or society has faced social collapse. Things can change. We can change. The only question is whether we feel it's that important to want to do something about it.