Agenda 21, Climate Change, Common Core, and Prostitution


Asylum Watch

This morning I found an e-mail waiting for me from my good friend, Cheryl Pass. Cheryl opertates the My Tea Party Chronicle blog and is a collaborator to the Guest Saturday series here at Asylum. The e-mail contained a link to Chapter 36 of the UN Agenda 21 titled Promoting Education, Public Awareness and Training. Those of you who are concerned about the governments planned “one-size-fits-all” approach to the education of our children; a.k.a, Common Core, should read this chapter of Agenda 21 ansee where many Common Core concepts come from. Here is a small taste that Cheryl highlighted in her e-mail:

Agenda 21

Chapter 36

Promoting Education, Public Awareness And Training

Introduction
1. Education, raising of public awareness and training are linked to virtually all areas in Agenda 21, and even more closely to the ones on meeting basic needs, capacity-building, data and information, science, and the…

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How to instantly tell who’s evil vs. good: the philosophy of ‘control’ vs. ‘empowerment’


Without freewill, we cannot live in harmony with God. He wants us to ‘freely’ come to know Him, not to be forced to do so.
This is why Islam is inherently evil. It forces the human to the foot of the deity. Jesus on the other hand, wants us to come to Him because we want to. This confirms our Love and desire for goodness.

End Time Bible Prophecy

evil vs. good

Mike Adams
Natural News
April 30, 2013

(NaturalNews) I get this question all the time from readers: How can we know whom to believe? Who’s really telling the truth? Which person should I support for political office at the next election?

What if I told you there is an incredibly simple way to tell not only who’s good and who’s bad, but also how to tell who is pushing absolute evil onto our world?

This method is remarkably accurate, and you can use it right now to assess almost anyone.

It all starts with understanding the spectrum of control vs. empowerment.

Imagine a 10-foot string stretched out on the ground. On the far left side of the string, there is a point we’ll call “Control.” On the far right side of the string, another point is called “Empowerment.”

Let’s start with the “Empowerment” side first. This point represents…

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