Private Property Rights And Freedom - American Policy Center President Tom DeWeese
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 3/31/19
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Tom DeWeese is the Founder and President of American Policy Center (www.americanpolicy.org), one of the most important organizations in America today exposing the crimes being committed in the guise of saving the world. United Nations Agenda 21, as famously described by Rosa Koire, is a global program to inventory and control every item and living being on the planet, as part of a goal of consolidated world tyranny, meant to control every part of our lives (https://youtu.be/s1IacmUWVa4). Private property rights stand in the way of such programs, and an important part of APC's work is to educate us on why and how this works. Free market capitalism (not special deals between government and toxic corporations), including the freedom to acquire and own your own property, was supposed to be the operating system in America. It hasn't really been implemented yet, but it still could be.
Tom will be explaining how the "voluntary" programs of Agenda 21 are being implemented across America and worldwide, using sophisticated systems of bribery by government and NGO's to communities, trapping them into situations where they have no option but to comply, and in the end take away many of our freedoms to live as we choose, including how we use what is supposedly our own property. All kinds of important connected issues will come up in this discussion, from the role of central banks to the current allopathic medical tyranny. The important bottom line is, how can we, in our local communities, stop the "authorities" from gradually enslaving us and stealing what we have in the name of saving the Earth? Tom is the expert to answer this question. I think you will find his input of value.
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