Saturday, January 19, 2013

Book Review Excerpt: Agenda 21--a Novel by Glenn Beck and Harriet Parke

Inspired by Glenn Beck's exhortation to do one's own homework about progressive policies which threaten American's liberties, registered nurse Harriet Parke researched the United Nation's Agenda 21.  So Parke wrote a manuscript  which was sold to Glenn Beck’s Mercury Ink (part of Simon &  Schuster).  To expand the reach of the Agenda 21 novel, Beck’s name was splashed prominently on the book cover along with the originator.

[L] Harriet Parke, [R] Glenn Beck

Agenda 21 is a didactic dystopian novel describing the disastrous results of enacting the ultimate aims of the UN's Agenda 21. Imagine no liberty, technology, religiosity when the polity chooses security over liberty.  This cacotopian tale is told through the eyes of Emmaline, a girl who had been sheltered from the full effect of religio-environmental totalitarianism until she comes of age as a citizen in what could be termed this brave new world (sic)...

The publication of the Agenda 21 novel dovetails with Glenn Beck’s de-emphasis upon politics per se on the national level to building up individuals and communities to protect liberty...

 The cacotopian suppositions which frame the Agenda 21 fiction are well documented in the afterwards material...

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