It’s hard to understand how something as benign as the nuclear family sparked riots in Verona, Italy this past Saturday. Nevertheless, The 13th World Congress of Families actually required security in Verona as the left sparked counter protests around the location of the event, where a reported 20,000 LBGT and feminist groups required riot police and soldiers to set up roadblocks. When speaking at the Congress, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini discussed the atmosphere the media played in the violence, saying it “was not normal” to need protection from riot police to speak about something as uncontroversial as the nuclear family. But isn’t it? Hasn’t it become normal for the far left to vehmenently oppose the traditional family?
Simply put, the destruction of the nuclear family is just one part of a long-term plan by the United Nations that was signed onto in 1992 by former President George H.W. Bush along with 178 other world leaders. The UN dubbed the plan Agenda 21 because it was the Agenda for the 21st century. U.N. Secretary General Maurice Strong said in 1992, “The affluent middle-class American lifestyle is unsustainable. That includes single family homes, private vehicles, appliances, air-conditioning, and meat-eating.” War was declared against the American people decades ago.
And for the past almost three decades, we have seen the steady, deliberate decline of our nation’s wealth, power and families. On his death in 2018, former President H.W. Bush was deified by the American mainstream media. Their obvious worship of Bush was their way of glorifying the first American President to usher in globalism, of which they are open propagandists, pushing for the New World Order every day as part of the overall strategy to destroy nationalism, both here and abroad. Bush openly called for a New World Order in his now infamous January 16, 1991 speech, where he declared: “Where the rule of law…governs the conduct of nations, and “in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the UN’s founders.”
So what was tise vision of the UN? Agenda 21 was conceived in 1992 in Rio DeJaniero at the “Earth Summit.” Its original name, “Sustainable Development,” began in 1987 with Gro Harlem Brundtland, Vice President of the World Socialist Party. The Agenda was passed under the unscientific presumption that the world was running out of natural resources.
Agenda 21 is not a conspiracy theory, but a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the UN, governments, and major groups in every area in which humans impact on the environment. Under the buzzword of sustainability, Agenda 21 policies have been systematically enacted year after year through feminist groups, environmental groups, and global groups, all of which seek to seize public property, cars, and resources and tear down the family and individual sovereignty.
And for 27 years, the world has been running under the insidious policies of the World Socialist Party, including the GOP—all under the banner of feel-good environmentalism. Just let that sink in. But the Agenda 21 plan covers much more than environmental issues. It’s a power grab to enact global policies at the local level, targeting individual freedoms and attacking the nuclear family under the guise of sustainability. In fact, the Commission on Population and Development is one of the main battlegrounds on which radical feminists and their U.N. allies fight conservative and pro-family advocates with its misguided women’s agenda.
They say that what is right is wrong and what is wrong is right; that black is white and white is black; bitter is sweet and sweet is bitter.—Isaiah 5:20
Reporting on the Verno unrest, Breitbart said, “Event organizers decried the rampant fake news surrounding the event, which painted participants as neo-fascists, homophobes, and misogynists (despite the fact that more than half of the speakers were women). ‘From reading the press, one would think the congress were all about condemning homosexuality,’ lamented Brian Brown, President of the International Organization for the Family, ‘when, in fact, homosexuality is not even among the topics discussed.’”
And according to plan, media that did report on the counter protests, framed the World Congress event as Alt-Right. A Euronews title declares, “Protests in Italy as far-right party holds family values conference.” It’s incredible that to be concerned for the state of families globally, sparks this type of animosity, but it becomes much clearer when one sees how the media is the main protagonist. The media is no longer made up of journalists, but activists employed to push an agenda. The Guardian reported, “Christian right summit in Verona draws massive protest.” And there are dozens of other headlines all decrying the group as anti-LGBT and anti-women.