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  November 2018 Agenda21course.com Newsletter

Table of Contents

     Understanding Agenda 21 and the Goals and Tactics used by the Progressives

     Trump administration finalizes birth control opt-out policy

      California’s Paradise Lost

The Bureaucracy Is Now More Powerful Than Congress

President Donald J. Trump Is Upholding the Rule of Law and Ensuring Consequences for Those Who Illegally Cross Our Border

The Humanitarian Hoax of Collectivism

Inspirational: Garbage collector pulls 93-year-old in truck to save her from California Camp Fire

 Understanding Agenda 21 and the Goals and Tactics of the Progressives
The goal of the 1992 United Nations Agenda for the 21st Century treaty (also called Agenda 21, sustainable development, or Agenda 2030) is to control all of the human behaviors of all the humans across the globe. To accomplish this the Progressives on the Left (and Right) for a hundred years have been  creating ways to control what you do, how you do it, where you go, how you get there, what you think, what you say, where you live, how many children you have, and on and on.

The three primary tools used to accomplish this are called the 3 E’s; social justice (identity politics, political correctness), economic justice (socialism and communism), and environmental justice (Global Warming/Climate Change and other environmental issues).

For the Progressives to fully implement Agenda 21 and gain control over mankind they must destroy our traditional Judeo Christian values, our legal system and law and order, capitalism, the Constitution, private property rights, Continue reading

The Bureaucracy Is Now More Powerful Than Congress

For the Progressives to take over control of America, the Progressives must transfer control from the elected official to the unelected bureaucrat. This short article does a great job of highlighting the how’s and why’s of the takeover of the government by the bureaucracy. Further, the article discusses a potential legislative fix (the REINS Act), which was first forwarded in 2011 and most recently resubmitted early last (2017) spring to Congress, where it passed the House, but failed in the Senate. For this bill to pass, we must be aware of its existence and lobby our legislators to pass it. To learn more click on this link.