“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince the world he didn’t exist.”
Got your tinfoil hats ready, Hobbits?
Now, we all know that the World Government conspiracy — that is, an end to sovereignty and a movement by transnational progressivism to create a more manageable planet that is “sustainable” (and that they, through their rule, will sustain, by methods they agree upon) — is a fantasy: only kooks and conspiracy theorists believe such things, just as it was only kooks and cranks and Visigoths who believed Obama was something other than just another misguided Democrat pushing traditional liberal policy, a man who, though “good,” was in over his head.
None of which means that what’s on offer in the video is true and not hyperbolic or conspiratorially-minded. It may very well be; after all, I haven’t done a lot of research into Agenda 21.
But I do know this: I don’t trust the UN, and I particularly don’t trust that American progressives working with the UN will promote the foundational values of our constitutional republic over their preferred pet causes of environmental fascism, the State as religion, and collectivism.
Obama’s frequent importuning over how it is government that has made us successful — and so therefore we owe it to “give back” to the government — is of a piece with this kind of thinking. And it is clear that he has used both the bureaucratic arm of his administrative state, as well as executive order, to beat back individual sovereignty and even state sovereignty.
That is, when he hasn’t been first helped out by Congress or, say, John Roberts.
The EPA and Interior are busy shrinking the land available for what it has determined are legitimate human usages and flying drones over farms. The progressive are fighting fossil fuels, taking coal power plants offline, and pushing high speed rail money on states. Hell, our own exhalation has been termed a pollutant, and as such can be regulated by an unelected arm of the federal government.
Again, thanks to a “conservative” Court.
Not to mention the ongoing war against religion, with traditional religious belief and organization now being cast as “hate groups,” while the state commands that religious liberty be excised from the Constitution in the completely cynical name of “women’s rights.” PC and class warfare reign supreme. Gramsci-ism is ascendant on the left and in the halls of power.
Review it alongside the Youtube primer. And decide for yourselves: is it all the SCAREMONGERING! simply scaremongering? And if we can’t be certain, is it more important to cast yourself as the “reasonable” skeptic — to avoid being shamed by the manufactured consent of the bien pensant — or allow yourself to cast as the nutter who buys into things that we all know can never happen here?
– Like, for instance, being told by the Supreme Court that we can’t defend our own borders, or that the Constitution clearly allows Congress to tax us inactivity — and allows us to be told by the government that we must enter into a contract of their writing, though the contract will remain between private companies ordered to adopt that contract, and citizens told we still have our autonomy and choice.
If you can’t name it, how do you fight it?