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Date: Saturday - September 29, 2012
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: William Jasper, Rosa Koire

In the first half, William Jasper, a United Nations expert and Senior Editor for The New American magazine (a publication of the John Birch Society), commented on the UN's Agenda 21—a plan he described as a "sweeping grab for power on a global level to micromanage and regiment every aspect of human life on the planet." The authors of the massive document are mostly from UN environmental organizations at the forefront of promoting global governance for the purposes of sustainable development, he revealed.

Those promoting 'sustainable development' are typically socialists, communists, Marxists, and fascists, who believe the state should own and control all assets, Jasper continued. They are antagonistic toward the United States, free enterprise, and the idea of constitutional limits on government, he said, adding that "you can depend on the United Nations to be overwhelmingly, viciously anti-American and anti-freedom." Ultimately, Agenda 21 provides a master plan that encompasses all aspects of life, demanding dictatorial power over the planet and everyone on it, Jasper warned.

During the latter half, Rosa Koire of Democrats Against Agenda 21 weighed in with her views on the UN's globalist plan to control everything. "This is not a left or a right issue... freedom is non-partisan," she declared. Koire, a commercial real estate appraiser, said ten years ago she began noticing limits on what people could do with their land by right, which made her job determining the worth of property nearly impossible. She eventually connected the limits on land usage to Agenda 21, which she identified as a plan to inventory and control all land, water, plants, animals, and human beings in the world.

As an example of what is happening now in America, Koire pointed to satellite mapping of timber on conservation easements. NASA flyovers occur every 16 days and can determine if a single tree has been cut down, she disclosed. Should Agenda 21 be fully implemented people will be moved into densely packed city centers and have their mobility severely restricted, she cautioned. There will be no access to food and water, no employment, and education will become outcome-based with the goal of producing good global citizens, Koire added. She recommended her book, BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: U.N. Agenda 21, for those who wish to learn more about the plan and how to stop it.

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