A Tribute to Henry Lamb

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By Freedom Advocates   
Saturday, 23 June 2012 11:15
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“Henry Lamb is the Grandfather of the Agenda 21 awareness movement.”  – Michael Shaw

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Henry Lamb, Jr. (May 16, 1938 - May 23, 2012). His unyielding devotion to "advance the cause of freedom in the 21st century" has been monumental.

Public Officials Must Learn About Agenda 21

Henry Lamb consistently educated people on Agenda 21 – Sustainable Development policies. He revealed the conflict between certain forms of environmentalism and private property. He warned of soft law implementation parroting the United Nations Action Plan (Agenda 21) and how Agenda 21 policies operate through public private partnerships, non-elected councils and regional plans. Today these unchecked policies have negatively affected the culture of society and the rights of every American. 

We appreciate the various articles and radio interviews that Henry shared with FreedomAdvocates.org. Comprehensive history can be found at Sovereignty.net, Freedom21.org and the Environmental Conservation Organization, plus an internet search reveals Henry's further publications in books, articles, conference productions, DVDs, radio shows, and commentary.

More political, social and personal perspectives on Henry Lamb can be found in the following writings: Arlen Williams' article on Henry Lamb and Tom DeWeese' R.I.P. article.

People throughout the world appreciate Henry Lamb's generous contribution to advance the cause of freedom in the 21st century. His work will no doubt continue to be studied and showcased throughout time.

Henry Lamb will be greatly missed.

 


A Tribute to Henry Lamb by Freedom Advocates
 

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