That is not true. The quotes cite the author and the organization the author represents. They provide a good overview of goals and ideology of speakers. They highlight the problems under discussion regarding the agenda of Agenda 21. Characterizing them as "spamming" is not only unfair Mick, it's a bit mean-spirited considering your position of ultimate control in the debate.
I'm not deleting them, am I?
But for such quotes to be persuasive, you need to have some evidence that the quote is A) genuine, and that B) it actually means what it says when taken in context.
Bill Gates, for example, does not want to kill people with vaccines. That alone is so ludicrously wrong it deserves dismissing the rest until its been addressed.
Bu not wanting to cherry pick, I've offered to let muttkat defend his quotes one at a time, and he gets to pick which one to start with.