Agenda 21..(formerly the sustainable development), called for certain procedures in implementation, and the ideology that it start in the signing on of the cities, counties, states, would work more efficiently than if the nations would just simply join. (especially the US because of the constitution). So the cities that knowingly signed on to an initiative, or unknowingly simply believing a lie, in order to have help in developing their local domain, will automatically be signed on to this part… (Strong Cities Network)… the reason that the Attorney General signed on is to work within the framework of the Agenda 21(UN name not mine). and skirt the constitution, … if Obama would have signed on, bringing the cities and DOJ, it would have been an executive decision, and against the constitution, allowing a foreign entity power over the constitution. Now let the liberal socialists prove to me otherwise… and not with just lip service. and explain why the UN called for the US to stop gun violence, on the same Sunday that Lynch signed on… bringing selected cities in, (if they wanted to or not)?… We need to get out of the UN while we still have the vote of the people.
Oath Keepers by David Codrea
Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Department of Justice are joining with an international law enforcement coalition for the claimed purpose of “strengthen[ing] community resilience against violent extremism,” a Sept. 28 release from the DOJ’s Office of Public Affairs announced.
“The Strong Cities Network will serve as a vital tool to strengthen capacity-building and improve collaboration,” Lynch proclaimed for the United Nations SCN launch. “As we continue to counter a range of domestic and global terror threats, this innovative platform will enable cities to learn from one another, to develop best practices and to build social cohesion and community resilience here at home and around the world.”
Curious, that she deliberately chose the word “collaboration.” And as for “best practices,” we have them already, in the Constitution, with its Bill of Rights that she swore an oath to uphold. And that’s just the start of…
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