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Rio Plus 20 (I Spy Minute Podcast)

It’s been two decades since the socialists and communists scored a bigger victory over the world than they ever did under Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Mussolini, or any other glorious leader.

It’s the 20th Anniversary of the glorious Rio Earth Summit.

Take a listen: I Spy Minute Thurs June 14 2012

Or read the transcript below:

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A week from now, the UN will be in their second day of their latest “Earth Summit”, which they’re calling Rio Plus 20.

Twenty years ago, the UN’s earth summit in Rio produced a massive overreach of government and abuse of individual freedoms, better known as Agenda 21, which is the blueprint for international control of natural resource and the loss of personal liberty.

It also laid the foundation for the “green economy,” creating the means not to save the earth but to extort 100s of billions of dollars from the public and private sectors

The vast majority of all of this goes to fund far left, socialist programs.

Now, Hillary Clinton, that bastion of moderate democrats, will be leading the US delegation to Rio Plus 20…

Where they want to include new demands for “resource justice” and to punish the U.S. for over-using our own natural resources.

By far the biggest target on the list this year is national sovereignty

It’s bad enough we can’t harvest our timber because someone in NY wants to protect an owl they’ve never seen. Just wait until the French add their demands.

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  1. Pacific Patriot's Gravatar Pacific Patriot
    June 14, 2012    

    Thank you, I Spy! The time bomb is ticking, while too many people are oblivious to the depth of what is happening to America, at the hands of the UN, and the far left, central planning, communist minds in our nation. Referencing one of my favorite quotes:

    “History will record with the greatest astonishment, that those who had the most to lose, did the least to prevent it’s happening” –Ronald Reagan, 1964

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