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Agenda 21 is a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory - CharliePrime - 04-21-2014

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has released a report entitled, “Agenda 21: The UN, Sustainability and Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory” which details how far-right groups have “transformed” the concept of Agenda 21 in the minds of the American public.”

The SPLC said that organizations such as the John Birch Society (JBS) and the Republican National Committee (RNC) have twisted the meaning of Agenda 21 to be perceived as “a secret plot to impose a totalitarian world government [and] a nefarious effort to crush freedom in the name of environmentalism.”

Denounced “by extremist groups, pro-propagandists [and] far-right fear-mongers” the SPLC claims that the Agenda 21 document simply is “meant to help local communities deal with overpopulation, pollution, poverty and resource depletion” and not facilitate “a secret conspiracy to impose global governance.”

This trend to condemn Agenda 21, according to the SPLC, is furthered by the efforts of “politicians, commentators, activists, conspiracy theorists [and] anti-Agenda 21 zealots” that are incapable of rational debate which makes ‘discussion of the environment and related issues extremely difficult” and ensures that our planet suffers because “public decision is poisoned with groundless conspiracy theories.”

The SPLC names activist groups that are convincing the public that Agenda 21 is “a secret plant to destroy property rights, redistribute wealth and ultimately force the United States and other countries into a tyrannical, one-world government.”

RE: Agenda 21 is a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory - Watchdog - 04-21-2014

Let me see if I get this... The strategy is to acknowledge that there is a conspiracy and spell it out as it is, ridicule it, tell people the true goal of Agenda 21 (i.e. the official version of the U.N.), and then find a scapegoat (i.e. the Right-Wing Conspiracy fear mongers) so that people have someone to blame when they learn about the conspiracy.

I guess it's sort of a preventative measure; they know that eventually people will hear about the true objectives of Agenda 21, so they preempt this by telling people not to believe in what they will learn, but instead to believe in a lie.

Hmmm... This makes sense to me, but I'm not sure I'm explaining it correctly.

RE: Agenda 21 is a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory - CharliePrime - 04-22-2014

(04-21-2014, 10:09 PM)Watchdog Wrote: Let me see if I get this...

That's pretty much it. Smile

Collectivism is a religion. As such, facts are irrelevant to believers. The crusade to win converts is all that matters.

The SPLC doesn't even care that much. Their goal is merely to win financial donations from true believers. Nothing more.

I constantly battle email spam from Republican fund-raising outfits. They don't really give a flip about facts or society. Their #1 call to action (a marketing term) is... "THE OTHER TEAM IS WINNING - SEND MONEY NOW !!!" These retards don't even know they are collectivists.