Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. I read “Agenda 21” in between everything else happening and it was so creepy, it made me sick. Actually I was sick, but the book, not a literary masterpiece but very clever, is now entwined in my mind with feeling awful.
Beck (with Harriet Parke) has come up with a way to reach the culture (movie next?) on an issue that most people would never think about let alone attempt to learn its boring details. He is reaching out in this novel to Rush’s “low information voters” figuring to get people to pay attention through entertainment (gee, not a new idea!). At the end of the dark, did I say creepy, futuristic story that is filled with suspense, he includes a resource guide and discussion of the UN Agenda 21 initiative.
If you are thinking—UN that doesn’t affect me—consider this:
For local folks, O’Malley’s PlanMaryland, the septic bill and even that Washington County Rail Trail plan that flamed-out this past summer are all Agenda 21 projects. Remember all of the “viewshed” mumbo-jumbo from the Antietam Battlefield landuse wars 20 years ago in Washington County—UN concept.
The simple message of Agenda 21 is: Get the people out of the country to save nature, get them back in the city and get rid of cars. If you are thinking, that is preposterous, no it isn’t, they are already doing it, in pieces! so you won’t notice so much. They have a long view.
For those of you thinking this is some sort of conspiracy theory, so then does the entire GOP which Beck tells us has a 2012 party platform plank opposing Agenda 21. Here is Beck:
Finally, since those who speak about Agenda 21 are constantly marginalized as radicals or conspiracy theorists, I wanted to include a link to the official 2012 GOP platform, which formalizes the party’s opposition to the plan:
We strongly reject the UN Agenda 21 as erosive of American sovereignty, and we oppose any form of UN Global Tax.
Did I mention that Agenda 21 also foresees us giving boatloads of tax dollars to bring the third world up (and us down) in the name of social and environmental “justice.”
It is too bad the GOP did such a rotten job of letting the “low information voters” know what they stood for in 2012. How about in the future using the methods the Left has used so successfully to reach people—through entertainment!
Attend the MD CAN conference January 12th and learn more about the “war on the suburbs” with experts: Richard Rothschild, Carroll County Commissioner who is now a nationally recognized speaker on Agenda 21, Stanley Kurtz, author of Spreading the wealth: how Obama is robbing the suburbs to pay for the cities about the redistribution of your wealth from one part of the population to another, and Frederick County Commissioner and radio talk-show host Blaine Young who is leading local efforts against the O’Malley land use juggernaut.