Five Short Bullet Points on Rosa Koire:
• Rosa Koire was an American author and activist best known for her book "Behind the Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21".
• She was diagnosed with aggressive lung cancer a few days before her death, and passed away on 31 May 2021 after a battle with the disease.
• Rosa was a forensic commercial real estate appraiser and served as a District Branch Chief for the California Department of Transportation for 28 years.
• She was in a relationship with her partner Kay Tokerud for almost 30 years and dedicated her life to fighting against U.N. Agenda 2•
• At the time of her death, Rosa Koire had an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Who was Rosa Koire?
Rosa Koire was an American author, a forensic commercial real estate appraiser, best known to the world for her book “Behind the Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21”, among her numerous other accomplishments as an activist.
What Happened to Rosa Koire?
Rosa Koire was diagnosed with aggressive lung cancer a few days before her death. Due to difficulty breathing, she was admitted to Kaiser Hospital in Santa Rosa, California.
Rosa was negative for Covid-19, but a CAT scan showed that she suffered from a pulmonary embolism. Moreover, it was revealed that she had metastatic lung cancer. She fought the disease for the next 11 days, but as her illness was too advanced to be treatable, Rosa sadly passed away on 31 May 2021.
A couple of days before she was admitted to the hospital, Rosa returned from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. She often visited the place where she owned a home with her partner Kay Tokerud.
Rosa Koire Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Rosa Koire was born on 28 March 1956 under the Aries zodiac sign, in Santa Rosa, northern California, USA.
She didn’t reveal the exact place of her birth, not the names and professions of her parents; it’s known that she has a brother, Steven Koire.
Her early education is a mystery, while it is known that she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1982.
Rosa launched her career as a forensic commercial real estate appraiser specializing in eminent domain valuation.
She subsequently served as a District Branch Chief for the California Department of Transportation for 28 years before retiring. During this time, she exposed the impacts of Sustainable Development on private property rights and individual liberty.
Thanks to her hard work, Rosa won many hearts, and in 2005 she was elected to a citizens’ oversight committee in Santa Rosa. She was hired to review a proposed 1,300-acre redevelopment project in which 10,000 people already lived and worked.
She eventually found illegal action, and together with the people of Santa Rosa and her partner Kay Tokerud, after raising $500,000 and a pro bono legal work, sued the authorities of the City of Santa Rosa to stop the project.
They had serious issues as the court ruled against them several times, but the economy’s collapse ultimately stopped the redevelopment project.
U.N. Agenda 21
While putting all efforts into stopping the redevelopment project, she became aware of the source of the planning revolution she had observed over more than 10 years: U.N. Agenda 21.
She joined many others who were against U.N. Agenda 21 and started the DemocratsAgainstUNAgenda21.com and PostSustainabilityInstitute.org websites to rally against it.
She dedicated the rest of her life fighting against the plan, and has exposed and explained the dark side of sustainable development through her book “Behind the Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21”. Essentially, it’s a ‘non-binding UN resolution that suggests ways for governments and NGOs to promote sustainable development, (but) is the linchpin in a plot to subjugate humanity under an eco-totalitarian regime.’
Clearly, there is, still a huge devide between proponents and opponents of U.N. Agenda 21, as noted in various states bills either supporting or banning support of the proposals included.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Rosa launched the non-profit organization the Post Sustainability Institute.
Moreover, Rosa appeared in several documentaries in which she talked about the problems of sustainability.
In 2015, she featured in the documentary “ShadowRing”, and five years later featured in “Unsustainable: The U.N.’s Agenda for World Dominion”, followed by the appearance in the documentary “Return to Eden, It’s All About Coming Home”.
At the time of her death, Rosa Koire’s net worth was estimated at close to $1 million, earned through her career as an activist and a specialist in real estate appraisal.
Personal Life, Lesbian, Married?
Rosa was very secretive about intimate aspects of her life. However, since becoming a national and international celebrity, a few details have surfaced about her.
According to sources, she was in a relationship with a woman named Kay Tokerud, who supported her in her fight against false sustainability. They were together for almost 30 years, during which they supported same-sex marriage, and a number of LGBT organizations.
Rosa and Kay fought for equal rights of the LGBT community, and though the two never married, they lived together. They didn’t have children.