Kafkaesque: characteristic or reminiscent of the oppressive or nightmarish qualities of Franz Kafka’s fictional world.
The Trial by Franz Kafka is a classic that showcases a man, Joseph K., who is bombarded by legal issues and is summoned to court without any cause or reason. When he appears in court, there is no charge given or reason as to why the warders have summoned him. He is allowed to walk ‘freely’ but he bears the risk of being apprehended at any time. Throughout the book, Joseph battles and struggles with the invisible and oppressive law.
Agenda 21 implemented by the United Nations is precisely what Franz Kafka predicted and feared. The UN’s website defines Agenda 21 as a “comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations system, governments and major groups, in every area in which human impacts on the environment.” 
Essentially, this plan hopes to control ‘every area’ in which humans are involved with the environment…..that’s every country, every city, every place that technology has touched! This sounds eerily similar to a One World Government and population control…
Although portrayed as an effort to be ‘environmentally friendly’, this plan gives governments the power to take control of all private land and then make all decisions in regards to the acquired land. It centralizes the power, authority and ownership of the land and it also takes away all property rights of an individual private owner and instead redistributes it in an effort to ‘spread the wealth.’
This action is justified in the eyes of the UN since it is based on the assumption that most land owners are not good stewards of the Earth and do not tend to their land. They are saying that the needs of the plenty outweigh the needs of the few, but they (the decision-makers, the puppeteers, the ‘One-Percenters’) decide what these needs are and who gets the redistributed wealth.
This is a complete contrast to Libertarianism; a branch of political philosophy that states that all individuals should be given the right to make their own decisions. The government or state does not know what is best for you and as such should not be tasked with making decisions for you. 
But back to Agenda 21, (and its eerie similarities to George Orwell’s 1984) and how it can potentially affect Canadians. Beyond the fact that Canada is on the list of nations that have attended and agreed to the 1992 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (Agenda 21), Canada is also one of the ‘richer’ countries expected to share their wealth with the poorer countries.
At first glance being ‘greener’ and helping bridge income inequality is a great thing, but should we really trust more of our hard earned money and something even more valuable: land, to the government? It’s not as if the governments on that list have never dealt with issues of corruption before… (Brazil , Egypt , Mexico , Germany  and Turkey  just to name a few.)
But aside from the potential fear of outright theft and money being shipped to offshore accounts (Panama Papers ), we are giving the state ultimate authority in decision-making and what we can or cannot do. The PDF file on Agenda 21 on the United Nations’ website clearly reads, “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” What this means is that the implementation of Agenda 21 will have authorities making decisions for us in order to preserve the needs and rights of the future generations. They are going to tell us what we can do with our land, where we go, where we live, and what we drive. Agenda 21 is an attempt to make our decisions for us and to take away our freedoms.
This plan is already underway and most of us have probably never even paid it any mind. More and more condos are being developed because Agenda 21 wants to reorganize cities. It’s plan is to place everyone into ‘high-density’ areas and leave other areas inaccessible to humans. They want people in the city, closer to their workplaces, as opposed to out of the city requiring a 2-shour commute to get to work. Their plan is essentially one of population control: to move people into one concentrated area and leave other parts off-limit.
Previously, cities and communities have been built so that parks, plazas and strip malls are built inside a community. These gathering areas are built in the center of communities so that people come together as a community; as a group. They meet in the middle to debate, communicate and enjoy a sense of companionship. Nowadays, big shopping centres and malls are built outside of communities, forcing residents to leave and abandon this idea of a community.
Agenda 21 is another method for Globalists to achieve a One World Government and to have everyone in line and conforming. It is our duty as citizens to be aware and informed but even more importantly, it is our duty as human beings to help one another and come closer to equality.