Yr Wonkette has a terrible racist uncle who is vaguely like Victoria Jackson. (Yes, the royal “we” is not grammatically nonsensical there. We ALL have that terrible racist uncle. You do too.) A lot racist and a bit paranoid, prone to odd conspiracy theories about the government that were somehow never quite so ascendant until BLACKITY BLACK BLACK BLACK PRESIDENT. However, no terrible racist paranoid uncle can really scale the heights of crazy like Victoria Jackson. What’s up today, VicJack?
I had dinner with Beverly the Alderman (old-fashioned word meaning head of city council) of Franklin, TN.
Before we unpack how dada-ist that dinner must have been for poor Beverly, a quick note. VicJack, “alderman” does not mean “head of city council” nor is it antiquated. It means anyone who serves on a municipal assembly where they call their councilcritters alderman, because they can. See, for example, Chicago, which has approximately one billion alderman and is the subject of an almost infinite number of crappy television shows and movies where one alderman or the other is corrupt.
She was explaining to me that although “Franklin Tomorrow” sounds like an Agenda 21 front group, (they have all the buzzwords: parks, open space, bike paths, “sustainability” posters) – they are simply a group of concerned citizens who want to keep their town clean and pretty and “sustainable” in the future. They have solar-powered-trash-compactor-garbage-cans on Main Street. Does that mean they’re communist or just economically frugal with their local tax-payer money?
I asked Beverly why they are using Agenda 21 buzzwords if they are not supporting Agenda 21. Beverly said she has read the entire Agenda 21 (United Nation’s plan for global socialism that ultimately takes private property away from US citizens and forces them into community housing and public transportation) and does not support it in any way. She even had her town of Franklin “un-join” ICLEI when she realized that the past Alderman had joined it. She explained to the city council that ICLEI was bad not good.
It’s the “Green Movement.” It’s a false religion. This definition assumes that there is some problem anticipated in the future in feeding or sheltering the people or something. It hints at population control. It reeks of Earth Worship which has been hijacked by the Progressives/Socialists for political use in spreading their anti-freedom, feudalistic, political system...
Christians prepare for the future but don’t worry about it. I believe if more millions are born, God will provide more food and shelter, if the people follow Him.Related video