May 4, 2012
Part 5 When the RINO becomes the norm
“Disguise thyself as thou wilt, still, Slavery,” said I, “still thou art a bitter draught.” -Laurence Sterne, The Passport
Tennessee passed a resolution, HJR 587, condemning the destructive and insidious nature of the United Nations’ Agenda 21 and reject any affiliated radical policies and any grant monies attached to it. Regretfully, this is a resolution and as such has no teeth; a waste of time considering the 20th anniversary of Agenda 21 is in June when the globalists hope to make A21 hard law. Proponents say that it at least educates the legislators and the people about Agenda 21 and its inherent evils. Much more than a day late and a dollar short.
Also in this legislative session, Bill HB 3571 was proposed which would prohibit the state, counties, towns, and cities from implementing programs of, expending money for, receiving funding from, or contracting with the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), also known as ICLEI -- Local Governments for Sustainability. Bill SB 3407 would also prohibit the state, counties, towns, and cities from implementing programs of, expending money for, receiving funding from, or contracting with ICLEI.” [link] But these two bills have been shelved for another year.
Why am I pooh-poohing the Tennessee resolution? If it were a law and if that law were to be passed, it would be the greatest achievement of the decade; no, of this century. It would herald the beginning of the end of the destruction of the Great American Experiment, the Constitution and individual freedom. It would say that the spark of freedom was struck in Tennessee. Instead it is just words that are going nowhere. Regretfully this step should have been taken by the mid-1990s. People who are awakening to Agenda 21 now are coming in at the closing credits. It is all over but the shooting.
How did we get here in just 20 years? We didn’t -- it took a century, but the denouement came with the Rio Accords in 1992 and again this June. Why didn’t we stop this? Where were our leaders who were supposedly looking our for our best interests, protecting our freedom, sovereignty and, in truth, our very lives?
Where were the Republicans who were fighting for “small government,” for property rights, for the American dream? Let me show you where they were and what they were doing.
parties voted to raise the debt ceiling
Both parties voted for Obamacare
Both parties passed NDAA
Both parties voted for H.R. 347 suppressing free speech where secret service are present (for protesting.) i.e., abridgement of freedom of speech
Both parties just voted for CISPA
There are hundreds more examples but you get the picture. The problem is, do you understand that there is NO difference between the Republican Party and the Democrat Party? All of us who give talks about Agenda 21 say, “ this is not a left/right issue; both parties contribute.” But most conservatives cannot get away from wanting the Republicans to get us out of this. How can they when THEY ARE AN EQUAL PART OF THE PROBLEM?
We have to understand that the Republican Party is not our friend and has not been for decades. Read Chey Simonton’s article here (link) and you will have a better understanding of those who have taken control of the Republican party and to where they are leading it.
It was George H.W. Bush who said in February, even months before signing the Rio Accord in 1992, “It is the sacred principles enshrined in the United Nations Charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance.” A Republican president proclaiming to the world that we will be pledging our allegiance to a One World Government. Where was the outrage in the Republican Party when all of this was going on? There was none. Why? Because the Republican Party is an equal partner with the Democrat Party behind ALL OF THIS evil.
Yes, there are local Republican officials who are good guys, but they are not part of the leadership; they do not have a say in what the Party stands for nor do they have a say in how the money is spent. So follow the money. It is going to promote legislation that is redistributing our wealth and will make us slaves -- those few who are still standing when the smoke clears.
Yesterday I came to the conclusion that it is too late. In June, globalists, UN officials, NGOs, Democrats and Republicans will be in Rio celebrating 20 years of the insidious spreading of this evil, vile program, Agenda 21. They will be making it hard law. That means that the “suggestions” that we reduce our greenhouse gasses to a percentage below the levels we were supposedly producing in 1991. An impossible task; an unnecessary one too. This will be the straw that broke the camel’s back.
This will take us into the Post-Carbon Era. If you haven’t heard of this, you had best get on the web and start finding out what is in store for us. This is not going to be an era that comes spontaneously because of our actions; this has been in the works for decades. Check this out: The Oil Depletion Protocol, (aka the Rimini or Uppsala Protocol) a blueprint for an international agreement to avoid price and supply volatility problems associated with global oil production decline by gradually and collaboratively lowering the global rate of oil production and oil consumption.
There is not a shortage of available oil, but the powers that be, the globalists, etc., have planned (read Agenda 21) the unavailability of oil -- at least for the masses. To get up to speed on what the globalists have planned for us, you might want read up on transitions towns, the original one, Totnes, here and the US version here. We are supposed to be excited that we get to descend to a primitive living standard. I am sure that all those Greens who support Earth First! and Dave Foreman are happy as pigs in doo doo. I would love to see how they do when “roughing it” becomes real life not their utopian dream.
Why am I so irate at Republicans? Because you need to understand that if we had real Republicans, and for that matter Classical Liberals, in office we would not be facing this horrible mess now. But it is way too late to belabor this point. Now we have to be figuring out how we intend to insure that civilization can spark again in the New Dark Age into which we are descending. Barbarians drove out the Roman Empire in the Sixth Century, beginning the period called the Dark Age which lasted until the 11th Century.
Now we must put the focus on our local areas. We will be very restricted in the not too distant future vis a vis travel and communication therefore we need to put our time and effort into where we live. Besides all the preparations we must do to insure our food and shelter, we need to try to wrest what governance there is locally away from the globalists.
All of this is planned and has been in the works for a very long time -- not decades but closer to a century. And because we weren’t vigilant, we have lost -- lost maybe more than we can recover in the foreseeable future. But we must not give up.
We must teach our progeny about the Constitution, the Great American Experiment, and individual freedom so that when the New Dark Age has burned out, they can teach the world what we had and let slip through our fingers because we weren’t vigilant.
© 2012 Kathleen Marquardt - All Rights Reserved
Kathleen Marquardt has been in the freedom movement since before it was called that. She was founder and chairman of Putting People First, a non-profit organization combatting the animal rights movement. Her book, AnimalScam: the Beastly Abuse of Human Rights, was published by Regnery in 1993. Kathleen has been Vice President of American Policy Center since 2000 and is the Agenda 21/Sustainable Development expert for Rocky Top Freedom Campaign. She is a contributing writer and researcher for Freedom Advocates.