SPLC Blames ‘Right-Wing Conspiracy Theorists’ for Ruining Agenda 21

SPLC Blames ‘Right-Wing Conspiracy Theorists’ for Ruining Agenda 21

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April 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.”

They condemn Alabama, New Hampshire, Kansas, Tennessee and other US states that have passed anti-Agenda 21 legislation, voting out of office local lawmakers that support Agenda 21 and dismantling Planning and Zoning commissions (PZCs) that are implementing Agenda 21 in local communities.

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.”

The SPLC names activists who are seeking to ensure that the perspective of Agenda 21 remain a “seditious new plan [for] totalitarianism.”

• Tom De Weese, head of the American Policy Center (APC)
• Michael Chapman, head of Ed Watch
• John Bush, member of Texans for Accountable Government (TAG)
• Dick Morris, former adviser to the Clinton administration and current “Fox News conspiracy theorist”
• Rosa Koire, author and public speaker on Agenda 21
• Glenn Beck
• Former Oklahoma Senator Sally Kern
• Arizona state senator Judy Burges
• Former Georgia senate majority leader Chip Rogers
• Georgia state senator Bill Heath

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.”

• American Policy Center
• Constitution Party
• Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA)
• Declaration Alliance
• Defend Rural America (DRA)
• Democrats Against UN Agenda 21 (DAUNAG21)
• Eagle Forum
• Environmental Perspectives, LLC
• Freedom Advocates
• The Heritage Foundation (HF)

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