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Oct 15 (Reuters) - Tea Party activist Judd Saul admits that he can sound a little unhinged when he gets talking about an issue close to his heart that most Americans have never heard of.
"Agenda 21 is an elusive enemy that floats in and chokes you gradually," said Saul, of the Cedar Valley Tea Party in Cedar Falls, Iowa. "They want to destroy the middle-class way of life."
"Agenda 21 aims to undermine your property rights and force you" to live in cities, Jake Robinson told Tea Party members at a meeting in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in April.
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by joyride0187
I sincerely was just arguing over this on facebook. They guy I was arguing with pulled out every conspiracy theorist insult he could. He went from "tin foil hat" to "we inhabit two different realities.. to me, yours is a mix between ruby ridge and land of the lost" (that last one made no sense to me).
I mean, I am not particularly conspiratorial. He kept bringing up that it's "Non. Binding. Agreement." but I pointed out that the ICLEI is in hundreds of cities and that people are apt to lose their property. I get just more insults.