Agenda 21: A Review

The fictional novel, Agenda 21, has two people’s names on the cover, Glenn Beck and Harriet Parker. (Beck’s name is the most prominent; where Harriet Parker fits in I don’t know.) In reviewing this book (actually Book 2) I rated it 5 Stars. Later I found and also read Book 1. The cover and link below is for Book 2, which I reviewed.

The population is already controlled and enslaved; it’s maybe 20 years in. Some remember  what it was like, before. But the “new” people, the children, the young adults, have no such memory, and the people who do remember, don’t dare tell them because knowledge is banned. In this new world you are required to do what you are told, and that is all. When you are deemed unnecessary (for whatever reason) you will be recycled.
(The author never told us what “recycled” meant, exactly, but I think most intelligent people can guess.)
After the excess population was “gone,” some people were chosen to be slaves, and some were chosen to be in charge of the slaves.
(Right now today, I can think of some people who could fall into the job of controlling the slaves quite easily, and become brutal quite easily.)
Even the strongest man had no power to protect his family…because he no longer had a family. If his wife wasn’t killed outright she might have been passed to what the authority maybe thought was better suited to her. And his children, well, right away the authority laid claim to them, and somebody else gave them most of what care they needed.
A mother is the main character; her toddler daughter who she rarely can see, and hold even less, has been deemed to be relocated. So this woman, her husband, and an 8-year-old boy she has befriended, escape.
(That’s all I’m saying about the actual plot; it’s a page-turner, especially the last 100 pages.)
Now think of always being afraid, always running, carrying only what you could grab, always looking over your shoulder, hiding, your poorly-manufactured shoes wearing out, bleeding with no first aid, struggling to find food, eating bugs and grass to survive.
Here is an actual short conversation between the main character and some aged people—who were never caught—and who helped them:
“In the history of the world, only one very special nation was founded on the principle of personal freedom & personal destiny.”
“What nation is it?” the main character asked, “Where is it?”
“You mean was, the old man answered, “It’s gone. It was called America.”
Today it seems we have 3 options of who would/could control and enslave us. Islam, Agenda 21, or the Illuminati. I listed the Illuminati last because I feel they are behind both the Islamic invasion of all nations, plus behind the Islamic-controlled UN-inspired Agenda 21.
Right, folks, Agenda 21 is real; it is NOT a conspiracy theory.
Many—too many—people today are weak. If something really bad begins to happen many people will die…quickly…and become enslaved…quickly.
From reading this book, two things now stand out for me more strongly than ever before: FREEDOM AND LOVE.


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