Agenda 21 is reminiscent to me of the type of storytelling of George Orwell. Harriet Parke proposes a life where environmentalism runs rampant and everything is measured by the impact that it has on that environment. Socialism is one of the few ways to force people into this world with the "it’s the best thing for us" mentality. When we join the story, a few generations have passed since the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 21 program and the world is separated into communities. People, are treated like commodities and are utilized accordingly. The major problem with this worldview is that those at the top are removed from the lives of everyday people, and are better than the rest because they get to make the rules. This book is a look at preventing rampant environmentalism and socialism. I feel that Harriet Parke has written a winner in this book in that it is trying to wake up America to the point that the United Nations while a governing body is not our governing body, and we need to make the best choices for America not the entire world. Five Platypires.