SPLC Admits U.N. Losing Battle With Grassroot Activists Over Agenda 21
The Southern Poverty Law Center recently admitted that proponents of the United Nations’ neo-feudalism program known as Agenda 21 are losing public support due to the ever-growing influence of grassroot organizations.
In its latest report entitled “Agenda 21: The U.N., Sustainability and Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory,” the SPLC indicates that the implementation of Agenda 21, a United Nations program designed to replace private control of land with government planning, is slowing down due to successful resistance by liberty activists across the country.
“At least three states — Arizona, Missouri and Oklahoma — have considered laws, each of which passed one chamber of their legislatures, to halt the purportedly noxious effects of Agenda 21; Alabama went all the way, passing a 2012 law that was signed by Gov. Robert Bentley,” the report states. “Major political battles have broken out over it in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Montana, Ohio and Texas.”
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