While Georgians were preparing for the Christmas holiday, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal was already passing out one of his gifts. Then State Senate Majority Leader, Chip Rogers, was the recipient of that gift. He was being appointed as the executive producer of Georgia Public Broadcasting, and, at the same time, resigning his recently won State Senate seat...
...While Rogers might seem like an ordinary corrupt politician, one who believes in things being “revealed” at the right time, the fact is there’s a rather embarrassing reason why Rogers quit the Georgia State Senate. He believes in a conspiracy. Specifically, he believes in the Agenda 21 conspiracy. He believes in it so much that, during his tenure in the Georgia State Senate, he held an educational meeting on the ‘dangers’ of Agenda 21. In other words, he spent Georgia taxpayer money to share his paranoia in a public forum.
What exactly is Agenda 21? It is a 20-year-old U.N. Resolution that suggests ways for metropolitan areas to deal with issues of growth. Conspiracy theorists believe that the Obama administration is working with the U.N. by using mind control to force people to move from their current rural homes into large cities. To prove the point, the meeting included a PowerPoint presentation of the conspiracy theory, as well as a 90-minute showing of an anti-Agenda 21 documentary called Agenda – Grinding America Down.
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