Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Glen Beck's Strange Agenda 21 Commericials

from Fanatic for Jesus:


UN's Agenda 21: Sinister Commercials



Just so you know these commercials were NOT RUN by the United Nations but by Glenn Beck. They were basically fake commercials run to advance his new book. Course I find myself thinking why advertise for something you supposedly are AGAINST as many people watching those commercials who are not Christian believers will AGREE with the sentiments displayed? How many of those folks will come back and realize they were commercials run by Glenn Beck?

"For weeks, a series of suspicious advertisements have been airing during the breaks on TheBlaze. These ads have been promoting pieces of Agenda 21, and advocate for eugenics and other horrible policies. Now, Glenn has been clear in the past that he is a capitalist, but would he really allow ads to run that advocated for Agenda 21, a U.N. program that he first discussed when he was on FOX News several years ago? Today, the truth behind the ads was revealed: Agenda 21 is a new fiction book written by Glenn Beck which looks at a future where Agenda 21 has been implemented to it’s full extent. 
  “If you don’t know what Agenda 21 is, it’s the U.N. division of sustainable development. It’s a terrifying, terrifying reality and it’s all being done locally. This is something that I talked about two years ago on Fox, but of course, the conspiracy theorists among us say that I’m part of Agenda 21 and this ad is just proof positive to some.” 
One kooky website went so far as to call Glenn a globalist operative: “Infowars.com has exposed Beck as a globalist operative assigned to undermine and neutralize the liberty movement. ‘Glenn Beck specializes in disinformation ops designed to trick his ‘conservative’ followers and lead them into dead-ends and cul-de-sacs that ultimately neutralize the political opposition,’ we wrote in June.” 
“Probably the best operative of all time,” Pat joked. “I’m going to come clean. That’s why I hired a team of filmmakers to make these four commercials for Agenda 21. I’m going to come clean with you. The United Nations did not pay for those commercials. I paid for them. I made them and I paid for them,” Glenn said."
Ah yes more battles for the show....if you get what I mean... Here's the book. I read elsewhere supposedly this other co-author lady actually wrote this book, and Glenn Beck made a deal to put his name on it. Be careful of that link, the author still thinks the "US Constitution is the law of the land", and that Agenda 21 is harmless.

Glenn Beck has written a new FICTION book called Agenda 21.   Isn't it interesting how these sorts always desire to profit off misery? More indoctrination and desensitization to a future system? [kind of like Hunger Games?]

Agenda 21 is a real deal. One can go to the United Nations website and look for themselves as to what Agenda 21 entails. I don't want to put the link here, but go and look at the preambles, sections etc. It covers everything from transportation, all various parts of industry and much much more. The amount of desired control and globalist micro-management you will see before your eyes, is awe-inspiring.



I am not sure what Beck's game is here yet. To get everyone against Agenda 21 labeled as "kooks"?
Any guy making a habit of hanging out with the Vatican is a hypocrite when it comes to standing up against the implementation of world government. The Pope after all pushes the Agenda 21 "green" programs and world government every chance he gets.  Of course we know Glenn Beck is a deceiver and in my belief pro-Agenda 21 commercials were made with helping to indoctrinate people in mind.


4 comments:

Bornagain Soldier said...
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JL said...

If this commercials were done as a advertisement for Glenn Beck's book, you would think there'd be a message at the end of the commerical, directing to his book. No, no such message.

When I read Agenda 21, there was this section that was disturbing. It looks like its calling for mandatory family planning.


5.3. The growth of world population and production combined with unsustainable consumption patterns places increasingly severe stress on the life-supporting capacities of our planet.
The human dimensions are key elements to consider in this intricate set of relationships and they should be adequately taken into consideration in comprehensive policies for sustainable development.
5.4. There is a need to develop strategies to mitigate both the adverse impact on the environment of human activities and the adverse impact of environmental change on human populations.
5.17. Full integration of population concerns into national planning, policy and decision-making processes should continue. Population policies and programmes should be considered, with full recognition of women's rights.

5.21. Vulnerable population groups (such as rural landless workers, ethnic minorities, refugees, migrants, displaced people, women heads of household) whose changes in demographic structure may have specific impacts on sustainable development should be identified.

5.49. Reproductive health programmes and services, should, as appropriate, be developed and enhanced to reduce maternal and infant mortality from all causes and enable women and men to fulfil their personal aspirations in terms of family size, in a way in keeping with their freedom and dignity and personally held values.

5.50. Governments should take active steps to implement, as a matter of urgency, in accordance with country-specific conditions and legal systems, measures to ensure that women and men have the same right to decide freely and responsibly on the number and spacing of their children, to have access to the information, education and means, as appropriate, to enable them to exercise this right in keeping with their freedom, dignity and personally held values taking into account ethical and cultural considerations.



Bible Believer said...

I agree bornagainsolider...definitely

JL Yeah notice there was nothing negative, it's almost like Beck made the commercials for the UN. Made to help influence and folks to embrace this stuff.

Maybe I'll go closer through the segments, did you get that off the UN link. Population control is a biggie, think China one child policies for the entire world. Here they will tell you we are giving you more "rights" such as the women but its complete and utter nonsense.

JL said...

Yes, I got that off the UN link. I was reading through the segments, and some of them sound really good, such as creating an world economy were everyone is making living wages. However, the saints recognize the cynide laced kool aid. To have a world economy, you need a world leader...hmmm.

You are correct about the nonsense of womens rights. Can they just cut to the chase and just say "One child policy and free abortions for all undesirables listed in section 5.21."