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Obama’s Secret Plan To ‘Reboot’ Agenda 21

More than two decades after it passed the controversial plan known as Agenda 21, the United Nations met this fall and adopted another plan – Agenda 2030 – that some are calling even worse than the original.

It’s been dubbed “Agenda 21 on steroids,” and it passed with the approval of the Obama administration and countries around the world, receiving little media coverage. Eventually, it could be forced on you by your local city council, impacting basic freedoms such as property rights that the Founders assumed would never disappear, all in the name of “sustainable development.”

Agenda 2030 is the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio as we talk to the American Policy Center’s Tom DeWeese, one of the nation’s foremost experts on Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030. He flies around the country throughout the year battling local implementation of the plans.

Agenda 2030, he says, is nothing more than a reboot of Agenda 21 – and we all should be on watch. DeWeese gives us an overview of Agenda 21 and then he tells us:

  • How Agenda 2030 could impact your property rights and even the way in which you use transportation.
  • How the document’s goal of fighting poverty actually means wealth redistribution.
  • How Agenda 2030’s objective of combating climate change could impact your basic liberties, all in the name of making Earth cleaner.
  • How Agenda 21 made its way into local city and county policies without you even knowing it until it was too late.

If you care about freedom and liberty and you oppose government intervention in your life, then this show is one you don’t want to miss!

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