He says he's "connected the dots", but I think what he's really done has cherry-picked the dots to confirm his own ideas about how the world works. He's reading some kind of evil communist plan into pretty benign movements. Is it really that impossible for these movements to exist WITHOUT this NWO conspiracy?
It seems very reasonable to me that people would be doing these things (conservation, sustainability, family planning) in the absence of the NWO. So where then is the evidence for some conspiracy with world domination as its end goal.
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Who are they? They include activist groups with private political agendas including the Environmental Defense Fund, National Audubon Society, The Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation, Zero Population Growth, Planned Parenthood, the Sierra Club, the National Education Association, and hundreds more. These groups all have specific political agendas which they desire to become law of the land. Through work in these international summits and conferences, their political wish lists become official government policy.
This is just fear-mongering nonsense. All "activist groups" have "private political agendas", and obviously they would want the law on their side. But then you could also include the NRA, the Minutemen, the Catholics Defense League, and the Tea Party.
The UN deals with transnational issues, so obviously it's going to be involved with sustainability. To find this suspicious is akin to denying that sustainability is an issue.