Is the threat of Agenda 21 over? Does it just belong to those who are conspiracy theorists? We’ll find out as Americans continue to make certain choices. For example, through the November elections, choices will be made that will have a great impact on a number of policies and positions taken by our nation.
What’s the future of the Green New Deal? What will be the position America takes concerning what some call, ‘global climate change’? What about the Climate Equity Act, the Clean Water Act, the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule, Sustainable Development, Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030? What about private property rights?
Tom DeWeese is the president of American Policy Center. Tom is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence and protecting our Constitutionally-guaranteed rights. He is author of ‘Sustainable: The War on Free Enterprise, Private Property and Individuals’ and ‘Erase’ a political novel.
This is an information-packed program that began with Tom admitting that through the COVID-19 lock-downs, so many of the goals of Agenda 21 have been achieved. For example, it’s being celebrated that we’re using less energy because we’re traveling less. The result is that there are policies that have been implemented by mayors and governors that they want to continue even after the pandemic is over.
Tom indicated he’s intercepted communications among NGO groups and global organizations and they’re saying that the tactics that have been learned during the pandemic will work with climate change. To prove his point, the World Health Organization is saying that we have to ‘flatten’ the climate curve, while in Colorado, a candidate running for the state legislature has said that the pandemic has proven that we can afford the Green New Deal.
As this program moves along you’ll hear discussion about a victory surrounding the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule, the latest concerning the Law of the Sea Treaty, the critical nature of the President’s Council on Sustainable Development, over-population, healthcare, cheap energy and much more.